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(FA) Pear


By: FlavourArt (FA) - Buy Direct
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Used in 2693 recipes at an average of 1.496%.

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198 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


Pear & Rhubarb - Inspiration? Yankee Candle
Due to its popularity and use Fa pear was always going to find its way here and fills in the very few gaps of Mb shape up pear - this also seems to be an under rated flavour. Mb SUP is the main body here paired with delectable baked rhubarb. Saskatoon berries adds a little darker note and slight tartness. Flv vanilla bean is very mild and subtle, its not thick and rich but is very accurate to a true vanilla bean flavour.

Apples and Pomegranate with a splash of Pear and Dragonfruit.
Ws23 also fits great in this recipe.

A sweet and delicious fruity vape . Perfect for a warm summer day . If you prefer then you can add sweetener or increase / remove the WS-23 , depending on personal taste .
Really shines after a few days of steeping

Get face deep in dragon milk.
Still testing for so far so good

Just threw some FA flavors together and it came out very well for those of you who love a fruity mix throw this together i recommend 1-2 % TFA sweetener . If you like WS-23 add 1-2 % also . also there is A liquid on the market that is 10% for us for in like three or 4% sweetener . so no 10% is a perfect amount for forest fruits especially as a standalone flavor forest fruit is acting as the foundation of the whole recipe and the pear gives it some more depth , with the papaya giving it a delightful experience. Don’t be afraid to mix this!

Just a nice summer vape combo. Mixed for MTL devices.

Honey peach and white peach blend well with FA pear, double apple in there to boost the pear mealiness, a touch of whipped cream to round it off and boost the sweetness. For an even sweeter vape you can add 0.25% sweetener. Can be vaped right off the shake but I'd give it a few days to settle in.

A long time ago (2016, which is like decades in vaping/mixing years), I tried to make a pear recipe that captured my favorite type of pear, the Nashi pear or Asian apple-pear. I did the best I could with the ingredients I had at time. Here it is again, a little better. I've not eaten one of these pears in some time, but this is closer to what I remember. Here's what I used and why.

WF Ripe Pear is the foundation this whole thing is built on. I used TFA Pear before but it's really too sharp and strong to easily bend into one of these sweet and mild juicy delights. WF Ripe Pear is softer and sweeter but still has the body. FA Pear makes it juicy. A touch of TFA Honeysuckle gives it just the right kind of sweet florality, it's that lovely speckled skin of the apple-pear and part of the sugary juice at the same time. I used JF Fuji instead of the FA Fuji to get the appleyness right this time - the old recipe used FA Fuji but that kinda spicy skin too much and it was way too sharp. I smoothed it out with TFA Marshmallow before, but that pulled it off target a bit. Tasting the old recipe again, I get a hint of vanilla and creamiess from the marshmallow that just doesn't belong. Adding a bit of Marshmallow to sweeten, smooth over, and fill out things is so 2016, anyway. Just use better ingredients to begin with and you won't need to do that. JF being softer and not having that hard apple skin eliminated the need for all that mess.

CAP Kiwi is a terrible kiwi flavor. Don't buy it to mix this, it's not worth it. It's not offensive, it doesn't even really even taste like a kiwi. But it's very sweet and just a touch of it makes this taste more like the the Nashi pear than the Ethyl Maltol I used to try to blend with Honeysuckle to get the flavor right four years ago. I'm pleased to have finally found a use for the stuff, and if you have it already, maybe you will be too.

This is not a boldly flavored recipe. It's not meant to be. It's aping a fruit that has a pleasant mild flavor and is meant to be an ADV that doesn't stress the palate with intensity. I'll make a blow-your-face off recipe next, maybe.

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just realized this has said tpa apricot the whole time, i use FA not tpa so my bad everyone my bad, it's fixed lol

MB red cherry laid down at 3% to start shit bangin.
Inw cherries pushin to 1.25% keeps it non medicinal, and slaps your tits off.
Fa apricot and fa pear dippin in at 1% moistens and depth-defies.
Flv Moscato is a white grape that slaps your mouth for talkin back to it. .35% gives another layer of depth to the cherry.
VTA sour lemon at .4 brightens and tartens this shit, fire af dont push it too high or YOU NOTICE IT ya ding-dong.
Super sweet gets this lit, fam, at .5%

Now go run a train.

Once more, this recipe exists because of Foment_life's spectacular pear trinity, as found in his recipe DAAPled Pears. The combination of FA Pear, TFA Pear, and FA Fuji is hands down the best, most realistic pear I've ever had in vape form. I'll, again, repeat what I said in my review of DAAPled Pears: it is a smooth, sweet, crisp work of art. Using it in a take on Charlie Noble's Commodore Peary ( recipe released in 2017: https://charlienoble.com/blogs/the-not-so-discontinued-series/the-not-so-discontinued-series-commodore-pearry ).

Yes, the name is long and flowery . . . no, this is probably not a recipe for the percentage minimalists out there. However, this was a recipe I envisioned while drifting off to sleep last night (which has become common practice in this time of safer-at-home). It is Foment_life's pear utilized in a Commodore Peary-esque recipe, where Holy Holy Grail RY4 acts as the caramel note (instead of FW Caramel Candy). VT Vanilla Cream instead of the FW Bavarian Cream and CAP French Vanilla V2, FLV Sweet Coconut instead of CAP Coconut, FA Custard Premium instead of CAP Vanilla Custard V2, and TFA Red Oak just because I like the way it plays with custards.

The painting is from N.C. Wyeth's cover art for The Bounty Trilogy . . . the emblem is from the book cover beneath the dust jacket. I just thought it went well with the ideas of dissent against a boat's captain and what not. Great off of the shake . . . this 15mL will not see tomorrow. Enjoy!

If you have been hunting a RED APPLE this is a very red juicy apple. I leave the sweetener out of the recipe but I did use 0.5% FW sweetener to round it out and brighten it up.

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