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So I was sitting on my back deck in the sun vaping on the first strap on recipe I had tried which was Trop Cock. I absolutely love Guanabana especially in something like green bastard and was intrigued to see it used in a strap on recipe. Unfortunately I am not the biggest fan of cherimoya, so as I sit vaping on trop cock the idea hit me, "what if I tried switching the cherimoya for kiwi like in green bastard". Low and behold, green bastard strap on was born!
Cap Super Sweet: Take it or leave it! Completely optional I just like using about 1 drop per 15mls when I make green bastard to help give it a little boost, and I feel the same happens here.
Decent off the shake but definitely shines and is excellent after a 2-3 day steep.
Recipe inspired by:
Green Bastard: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/153649#green_bastard_by_yippyo
Trop Cock: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/35505#trop_cock_strap_on_by_deejay_mills
Props to ID10T for his blessings/assistance in this creation!
I present to you: Blackstrap.
Goofing around on DIY_eJuice Discord, wanting to fiddle with Strap-On, @EdibleMalfunction suggested to make one with licorice, cause he knows I love that black gold. He also named it. So all I did was to use the Strap-On and my own licorice blend.
Notes for this are in /r/DIY_eJuice's May 2016 Recipe Thread, but basically it's a fruity framework to build on. I love adding one ingredient to this, and that one ingredient varies depending on my mood. FA Kiwi, TFA Dragonfruit, and INW Cactus are some of my favorites to add to it.
You like strap on recipes? How about a prickly strap on? Sounds painful? Well, i'ts actually pretty tasty.
Since I've received Inawera's Prickly Pear in my last order, I've been tinkering around with it a fair bit. Searching for a nice fit for a great flavor. And this is what I came up with. Many iterations later, this is my (for the foreseeable future) final version of the Prickly Strap On!
INW Prickly Pear:
The main flavor. It's a bit like INW Cactus, but sweeter and more fruity. Just a great single flavor that, as it turns out, mixes really well with other ingredients.
FA Red Summer & CAP Sweet Watermelon:
The first versions of this recipe only had Capella's Sweet Watermelon, and tough being pretty good on it's own, it really drowned in the other flavors. This is where FA's Red Summer comes in. Those two combined give the recipe a very nice watermelon base.
CAP Sweet Strawberry & INW Shisha Strawberry:
A similar story as mentioned with the watermelon, but this time I felt like the INW's Shisha Strawberry needed a little boost, and CAP's Sweet Strawberry really helps. I've also tried TPA's Strawberry and Strawberry (Ripe) in previous batches, but didn't liked it at all.
My apple of choice. As many of you probably know, this flavor can be very overpowering. This is why there are no other apple flavors in here. In my opinion, this suffices to get the apple across in the recipe.
I usually mix it with 0.5% WS-23 (10% dilution in PG). It's very sweet on it's own, so I don't recommend using any sweeteners.
But I'm not your dad, so make your own decision on that.
It's nice right off the shake, but for the full flavor experience I would recommend a 3 day steep at least.
I hope you find as much enjoyment with this recipe as I have, and have a nice vape!
This is a collaboration between myself and /u/boxerdog.
Boxer set out with the idea for a truly tart sour apple with some pleasant melon backing notes. He laid the foundation with FLV Sour Apple and PUR Watermelon. We fleshed out the sour by adding WF Sour Ball Candy and TPA Tart Green Apple and then rounded out the apple and watermelon with the always-reliable Cap Double Apple and FA Red Summer.
Playing around with Kanzi components.
This isn't ment to be a clone but more of a remix.
Used 2 brands of each fruit flavors used in the original 12 Monkeys Kanzi, to get more of a layered profile.
Fizz gives me more of that sour belt candy touch I wanted. Marshmallow compliments Super Sweet, but feel free to cut it out.
Enjoy this recipe and please let me know what you think.
It was the summer of 2018 and I was about 6 months into my DIY journey when I threw this recipe together with an equally small amount of flavorings, knowledge and notes. It was ‘candied’ and ‘sweet’ I was pursuing, and it had to be creamy too. Almost 2yrs. and hundreds of other mixes have passed and I still enjoy this as one of my first successful ventures. Give it a go, I think you’ll be glad ya did!