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An unfiltered double wheat beer with orange slice.
Once I tried RF Baked Bread, I knew this could be the base for the wheat beer. I used this to get the thick, bready taste from the unfiltered beer. I added FLV Wheat to hit the wheat top notes, to get a flavor all the way through the vape. FA Orange is the perfect lemon zest taste, and the hint of FA Mandarin gives a hint of sweetness to the mix, emulated the bit of orange juice that melds into the beer while it sits.
It is pretty tasty shake and vape, but the baked bread does take a while to steep. At a week it will be a deeper wheat taste.
Sometimes Park decides he's tired of vaping deserts and that he wants to do fruits instead. Most of the time they suck dick. This isn't one of those times.
I present to you the Malibu Driver. A Malibu Driver is an alcoholic beverage insisting of two parts orange juice and one part Malibu rum. I have never had a MD before, but I do like me some good ol' vitamin C and Malibu gets along well with me on occasion, so it sounded like a pretty good cocktail. Why not put it in vape form?
Orange Juice - CAP Sweet Tangerine, TPA Orange Cream and FA Mandarin: these three combine to make our orange juice base. The Orange Cream more or less tastes like rind ( as noted by @Vurve ) and is by far the most realistic so that flavor creates our base. Sweet Tangerine is a very vibrant and delicious orange flavor, just a tad too "Orange Tic Tac" at higher percentages. FA Mandarin helps blend the two together and almost adds some orange zest to further the realism.
Malibu Rum - FA Coco', TPA Coconut Candy and FA Jamaican Rum: Jamaican Rum is the head honcho being that this is a rum recipe. At 3% it was a little too overpowering for me so I dropped it to 2% and have been digging it right there. FA Coco' to me tastes like coconut milk and is a very authentic coconut flavor. At 2%, it's strong enough to be present but still plays nicely with the rum. TPA Coconut Candy is VERY easy to fuck up with. At too high of a percentage it makes your juice taste like sun tan lotion, but at .5% it just helps to boost the coconut aspect a tad.
Koolada is optional, no one likes a warm cocktail so it is suggested. I'm waiting on some WS-23 to arrive and maybe that would work well with this recipe also.
Sweetener is always subjective, but orange juice is slightly sweet as is Malibu, so .25% works well for me. Feel free to leave this out.
And there you folks have it, a fruity (?) recipe that Parkus actually can vape on for more than a few minutes. Mix this up and let me know what you guys think.
Slow mulled Elderflower Cider with hints of citrus and spice.
Apple Cider/Liquid Amber: This is the apple cider base. Apple cider provides some of the sweetness and cider taste where liquid amber just adds that "fermented" notes to finish it off
Apple Filling/Rich Cinnamon: This is some of the mulling taste. The apple filling gives a deep, cooked apple and spice, the rich cinnamon adds to the mulled notes
Elderflower: This is the hidden gem. It plays very well with the orange and mandarin to give a slightly floral hint. Its a hidden star for sure
Orange/Mandarin: This is another depth of flavor in the mulling. It adds a nice citrusy note to the mix
Sweet and Spiced Jamaican Rum blended with coconuts, pineapple and orange.
The wife wanted a vape based off one of her Jamaican Me Crazy drinks she gets every now and then. I figured it wouldn't be too hard. Its still warm outside so cool off with this sweet, mixed drink!
Jamaica Special - A great spiced rum. Very boozey, which is what we are aiming for here.
Coconut Candy/Coco' - This is a great sweetened drink-esque coconut mix. Not harsh at all, slightly creamy which helps the pineapple and the orange blend mix into the rum
Golden Pineapple - One of my favorite pineapples and tastes great here
Tanger/Orage - I find this blends into a great orange flavor. Its sweet, ripe, slightly crisp and riney.
As an added bonus ;) If you just do the Jamaica Special and Coconuts at the given %'s, you get an almost spot on Malibu Coconut Rum. So, got you 2 recipes in one guys! This is a pretty satisfactory SnV, but I would say give it 3-5 days for the fruits to meld into the rum, which does help bring the booze flavor down a tad.