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(FA) Passion (passionfruit)

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A different take on the Naked 100 Hawaiian Pog inspired by Waynes work & a little bit more citrus to make it pop, I also added a cooling agent because we are currently in summer here in Australia....enjoy and please leave me any ideas of where I could change it up a bit....

Hawaiian POG is all my wife vapes. Found the following recipe, but had to modify it slightly as the passion fruit came off too strong.

Original recipe: ENYAWREKLAW https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/51670#hawaiian_pog_remix_remixmotnh_by_enyawreklaw

Tropical fruit blend. The best flavors of an island getaway.


"If only I could be so grossly incandescent..."
A tribute to the Knight of Astora who never found his sun; and a play on a popular summer Icecream Lolly that we Brits like to suck on.
Sweet and refreshing tropical Icecream vape.
Praise the Sun ☀️

Mamasan Guava Pop was one of the first juices I ever vaped. I didn't like it at first, but ended up really liking it. I tried cloning it a few times with no success. When I started playing around with a few POG recipes I started getting that taste I was looking for. ENYAWREKLAW's POG Remix recipe was the one I was mixing when I found the flavor I was searching for. Thank you Wayne. I added and subtracted, back and forth. This is what I came up with. I may tweak it a tad in the future, but this is tasty.. These fruits just blended into just what I was looking for. In the end I actually like this one better. I get a little more orange flavor. The juicy lemon brings this one together IMO. Good shake and vape. It really comes together after a few days.

Passion kiwi milk light and smooth vape for thous who like passion fruit flavors

Made this for a redditor who wanted something based on this:


I think I hit the nail right on the head. If you want something fruity, calming and lightly floral then look no further.

(can make without the black tea, its good either way)

Description by /u/theamdman on reddit:

"This juice is something different to try, it's nothing like the testosterone filled bottles that caress TFV12 tanks all over the country, but rather something to taste and enjoy a juice that is just pleasant, and not something savory to leave a bland yet powerful taste, instead a flavor that becomes more and more enjoyable, as if it's a fine wine that gets better as your taste buds acquire the caressing of a gentle, tropical hibiscus used to complement an orange stage with hints of black tea putting vocals in the instrumental. It itches an itch that you never even noticed that you had and gives your self a vape that really makes you taste and smell every bit of this nebulous nebula."
Another thing I've noticed is that this juice also seems to be better at a lower power. It's really soft.


The original Hawaiian Pog is my favorite juice of all time, about 5 months ago I started this mission to create this juice that some say is impossible. It took about 60 or more attempts at getting this as close to the original as I could. If you mix this exactly as it's posted you will immediately recognize that familiar smell, but give it at least 5-7 days steep to really let the flavors come together.


I've never actually had a POG juice (beverage or vape) so I relied on some friends to guide me. After a few iterations, this seems to be pretty settled as the final recipe. My friends say the balance is good and that it's pretty similar to Naked 100's. I'm certainly enjoying it.

CAP Sweet Tangerine is so spot on for powdered orange drink just adding the freshness of FW Blood Orange (the best orange) made for a solid orange juice base. FA Passionfruit seems to be the best from reviews, I went with CAP Sweet Guava over FLV Pink Guava because it tastes more ripe and doesn't have the earthy note of the FLV. Then I just needed TPA Dragonfruit to blend it all together and INW Cactus for some extra juiciness.

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