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(FA) Tanger (mandarin)


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This started off as my attempt to clone NOMS X2 Cactus Jackfruit Mandarin. Ended up tasting pretty good after a few days steep, but after a week or 2 of sitting it's absolutely delicious. The profile is spot on to the NOMS X2. Better in my opinion as it's not overtly sweet. Raise or lower sucralose to your liking and enjoy!

Trying to make a fruity custard with an ice cream note

Heavily diyordie influenced. All credit goes to Wayne Walker / DIYORDIE. I just took Wayne's Blood Mango Ice recipe, left out the ice, and raised the %'s up a little. And I've gotta say that this is Pretty...Pretty.....Pretty............Pretty Good!

Cap super sweet at 0.2% or 1 drop per 20mls. Mix at whatever nicotine strength, pg/vg ratio, or cap super sweet % needed to your liking. Enjoy!

So I’m a big time morning smoothie person and I make the best orange cream smoothies in the world by combining orange juice, carrots some milk or heavy whipping cream and what ever random fruit I have around. When I use heavy whipping cream in my real life smoothies I use a 1/2 Tsp of TFA Bavarian cream to sweeten it up and give it a heavy vanilla note.
Made my smoothie into a vape blend using the imaginary fruits I had laying around, peaches, apricot and a few over ripened raspberries. Then I topped the smoothie off with a little Milkshake and Bav Cream for a sweet vanilla creamy finish. I also added some sweetener because a very sweet smoothie is my favorite. I didn’t add WS23 or Polar Blast to mimic the ice I use in the blender in the written recipe but I did add it to the one I’m vaping as an after thought and because I enjoy cool vapes but it’s very good thick and creamy without it too. So it’s up to you if you want to add 0.25% polar Blast.

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This is a Blood Orange, Mango, and Tangerine recipe topped with Ice

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This is a collaboration recipe, there are so many people that worked on this recipe - from our viewers to the TFV team, I just want to thank everyone involved. Here are the related videos:

https://youtu.be/DhWmleeFnP4
https://youtu.be/2OvTG0lokh0
https://youtu.be/TcdO1JO5HLI

The original idea from this blend comes from a Monster Energy drink called Mucho Loco. This drink is a juicy tropical mango, blended with a delicious bright Passion Fruit. The drink has orange in it, and those citrus notes are not there to distract you from the Mango & Passion Fruit - they are there to enhance this combo and make it EXTRA vibrant and colourful. We believe the concentrates used in this mix achieves that. The cactus helps add juicynes to this recipe, and also boosts the Citrus notes in FA Mandarin. Jelly Candy used super low adds a thickish texture to this drink, like a sweetened fruit juice.

Sweeten and cool to taste, we recommend 0.3% CAP SS & 0.5% ws23 (20% Dilution) - I would recommend using Super Sweet, it adds a smidge more body to Cap Jelly Candy.

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I love vaping orange soda, and I've enjoyed enough of it to form my own ideas for improving the popular recipes. I combined the elements I liked from both Fantastic and Funta, then tweaked the balance and added my own ideas to the mix to create a "full-spectrum" orange soda I can call my own.

The Orange layer:
FW Blood Orange provides a delicious blood orange flavor with a slight "orange peel" zest. (FA Blood Orange will work here as well, but I slightly prefer the "zestier" FW version-- use whichever you like). Shisha Orange adds more sweet, bright, syrupy orange notes to the mix, with the two combining into a full and candy-like orange.

The Tangerine layer:
FA Mandarin provides a realistic tangerine base, with CAP Sweet Tangerine adding some sweet notes to the high end. Compared to Fantastic and Funta, the tangerine in this soda is fuller and more prominent, adding more sweetness and less acidity to the "orange spectrum".

The soda layer:
VT Blood Orange Champagne and VT Fizzy Sherbet at low percentages combine into a pleasant citrus fizz, without the alcoholic or lemon-lime notes of higher values. CAP Jelly candy adds some body and nudges the overall orange flavor in a sweeter and more candy-like direction.

"Utility" flavors:
TFA Strawberry helps blend the orange flavors.
TFA Dragonfruit provides emulsification, and extends the life of the juice.
INW Prickly Pear is used for a citrusy cactus-like juiciness modifier. INW Cactus will work as a substitute if you don't have it, it's just not quite as citrusy.

Adjust to taste:
OoO Powdered sugar serves as a citrusy sweetener that also calms down and smooths any harsh topnotes. If you don’t have it, substitute your sweetener of choice.
WS-23 at 1% is ice cold without excessive brainfreeze-- adjust to taste and tolerance.

I hope you enjoy the Sunmist on these hot summer days!

A passionfruit, orange, sweet guava recipe meant for mouth to lung recipes. Made for Live Mixing

Yet another recipe, that looks like it has far too many flavours in, but my oh my do they all come together beautifully in this Strawberry Lime Cider mix!!! Three limes, three strawberries, and a dash of lemon, and this is good enough to drink from the bottle!!

Give it a go, and let me know what you think!!

Taking some inspiration from various Asian fruits and floral notes, I think I may have found my new all day vape. I saw TFA Cherry Blossom and wanted to see how to work that ingredient in a recipe for a nice, sweet floral note. I feel it plays well with the other ingredients.

The overall profile initially has an interesting smoky fruit/floral note on the inhale, the exhale focuses more on the citrusy side with more focus coming through on the WF Starfruit. FA Fuji. and CAP Kiwi. FA Mandarin helps bring a citrus note to the overall profile and FA Lychee adds more of a little juicy mouth-feel imo. Off the bat, it may be a little harsh on the throat, but after a day or two, it really mellows out.

Hope you guys enjoy and comments would be appreciated!

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