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This isn't really meant to mimic anything, it's just supposed to be delicious. If you must give it a "profile," I suppose we could call it a spiced pear torte with butterscotch cream sauce.
As soon as I tried his pear trinity I knew I wanted to try transplanting it to a different base, not that DAAPled Pears wasn't already perfect, but just to see how it might work as a plug-and-play. I took out Foment's cream base, which I hear is also super portable, and replaced it with the pair of CAP bakeries I used for Titanic. However, after steeping and trying it, it seemed to have a hole in it. I stared at that hole until right shape to fill it came to mind, and that shape was FW Butt Rip.
A delicious blend of fruits perfect for lower wattage/mtl/pod set ups.
LA Watermelon is a nice sweet candied type watermelon flavor. It's a little thin and weak so it pairs nicely with other fruits. Gonna make this one a little bit tropical with WF Island Mango. Island Mango is a decent artificial mango flavor. There's not too much funk to make this one weird. It goes nicely with watermelon. Of course I like to add a little FA Pear to most of my fruit mixes to make them nice and juicy. It gives those fruits lots of moisture and texture.
Sweeten to taste.
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Warming apple and cinnamon up front with a creamy rice pudding on the finish. I've been really enjoying vaping this during the miserably cold winter weather.
FLV Apple Filling and PUR Country Apple are a really lovely combo. They taste very autumnal, especially with that lovely cinnamon note Apple Filling has.
I used FE Sweet Rice for the main rice note. VT Rice Base adds a little more dimension as well as helping the Sweet Rice not to fade. I wanted to make the rice pudding layer as simple as possible so I started off with just the FE and VT rice layer and TFA Bavarian Cream. But the little bit of FLV Cream really helped add more creaminess and just overall improved it.
I often don't use sweetener but I found this mix needed some. I thought it wasn't quite sweet enough for the profile. It also subdued the apple slightly to allow the rice pudding to come through more. I don't think you'd necessarily need to use FW. I've used CAP SS in another rice pudding recipe and it worked fine.
Can vape after an overnight steep. But the apple comes through more after 2 days and I found it really improved after 3 days. The apple is more present and its overall better balanced. It also gets creamier, richer and the layers blend together better.
You Voted, We Mixed a Brazilian Lemonade! With special guest Rugly, we mixed what in essence is a Creamy limeade. This version was first mixed without PUR Condensed Milk and was pretty good. So if you don't have PUR Condensed Milk it's fine, but if you do, you'll find it fills out the creamy body much better. See the full Episode and flavor notes at https://youtu.be/S_EhltMj9hM .
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KIng / RE PAZZO by FlavourArt is the real star of this show. It's a fairly thin candied/gummy black currant flavor so it makes an AWESOME base for a juicy soda profile. I don't get much gummy candy from this one but others seem to.
Adding the combo of FA Fuji Apple and FA Pear does a ton of work to make this more of a beverage. They fill out the bottom notes of the mix and add a lot of juiciness. The apple and the pear compliment each other really nicely to get a full fruit profile with texture and mouth feel.
Last, VT Fizzy Sherbet adds just the slightest hint of creamy bubbles and a really pleasant citrus note that finishes off the exhale .
I use 0.5% CAP super sweet in this.
Sweeten to Taste.
This is a recipe that could benefit from cooling (WS23) or menthol if that's your sort of thing.
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A sour blue slush with a twist.
The supporting fruits add another dimension to the slush base and give it that something different but they blend nicely at these %'s to not distract from the profile.
The main base is obviously LB blue razz and WF bbrb along with fizzy sherbet and a little malic acid for slight fizz and sour notes, paired with FA lime the slush has a nice citrus note aswel. FA pear does a good job at rounding some harsh edges off and Apricot & Passionfruit help lift and brighten everything up.
Sweeten to taste 👊
This particular journey started with a search for a hard apple cider. Something akin to the hard cider I make at home.
In the search for the fermented alcohol note I came across this recipe, and realized that a wine yeast is what this needed. It is what I use to make my cider anyway.
MECH MOD RN hit me in the taste buds with this sparkling wine profile.
Thus, we have the alcohol layer of Blood Orange Champagne for that boozy note and a little citrus to brighten things. Golden Syrup and Sparkling wine to round it out.
I wanted a nice full, pure apple flavor so I started with FA Apple Fuji with FA Pear to back it up. It took me a while and a chat with some Fancy Folks to pin down FLV Apple as the compliment.
Super Sweet to make it pop.
I don't know if I will change the ratios, but for now. . . . I dig this. I tested this Max VG for dual coil Kennedy with a .3 round wire and a series mech around 250W.