(FA) Tea Black Water Soluble


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Trying to make a black tea mango lemonade mix thing. I feel like it's still missing something, but it is a very pleasureable vape for me and the mango came out decent. You could add some ws-23 to actually make it an ice tea, but I don't like ws in my liquids.

Submitted as a mix for MC May 2021 - Florals

It started as an attempt to try cap licorice and come up with a recipe. At first I had from previous experiments flv boysenberry and inw shisha raspberry combo which I liked so I smashed some licorice in there. It needed some wetness hence fa pear, though after that I wanted dome cactus hints but decided to leave pear too as it is a nice combo. It was already somewhat vapable and I didn’t hate it but I wanted more. So I added vt bilberry ripe and it was a success. It started to taste good. After some time while finishing the samples I realized that it needs tea back note in there so the fa black tea came the last and added fullness to this recipe. It turned out very well.

Note: adding ws-23 works in this recipe but personally I like it without coolant

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I don’t know how to explain this one.

Thai Tea Milkshake.

WF Caramel Butter added the dark sugars I needed and the malt from VT Milkshake Base really bent the FA Black Tea into something more dessert like.

This recipe is a steeper. It takes a good 3 to 4 weeks for FA Black Tea to steep out, and blend well into the bergamot flavor. The FLV teas are there to add just that little bit extra, you know that little bit of tea/earthy notes missing from FA Black's black tea. This to me is fairly close to drinking a cup of Bigalow's Earl Grey tea. If you prefer yours with a bit of cream, I'd suggest 0.5% of either FA's Fresh Cream or VTA's Milk Fresh. But since I can't taste creams all that well I went without it in this, even though I take my tea with a spot of cream when I drink it. You can also add sweetener if you like your tea sweet. Cooling is also an option pretty much whatever cooling flavor you like at whatever percentage preference you have.

Profile: Black tea with lemon and a dash of honey

Notes:
So I wanted to make an asian inspired tea!
I equipped myself with FLV Eisai and FA Black Tea for the base of the tea - I feel they each bring components that truly go very well for an asian style tea.
For my fruits I might have taken the slightly safe and maybe obvious choice using lemon, but to accomplish my mission to make this tasty, it just couldn't be different.
CAP Lemon Lime just has a flavor that goes well in beverages. I see it mostly for sodas, but in my head it would fit perfect for a tea as well. To make the tea more fluent and combat the dryness FA Black Tea brings, I figured FLV Lemonade would play a good supporting role in the mix, both for flavor and texture.
I hadn't actually planned on adding honey into this, but I felt I needed something sweet to dance both with the dark flavor tea has and the citrus. I looked over what I had in my stash. Considered this and and that, but fell on VT Golden Syrup.
I discovered that when you combine VT Golden Syrup and FLV Eisai, it gives off a very nice lightly floral and almost fresh off of the beehive honey taste, in addition to the accent of green tea. Very delicious!
FLV Eisai brings some nice earthy and floral flavors to this mix, that to me makes this very authentic.
INW Cactus is there to make everything just a little more juicy and nice.

This flavor tastes exactly like the brand "Oishi Black Lemon tea" which is an asian tea - just without all the sugar.

Let it steep for a few days - 2-3 I'd say. Works alright as SnV, but the tea is a tad too strong at that point.

I hope you'll enjoy this mix!

Imagine the feeling you have on a hot summer day. Maybe chilling with some friends at home in your garden, maybe on the beach. You're thirsty so you grab one of these bottles as shown in the thumbnail, and you feel as if you're in heaven. This is the feeling this recipe tries to capture.

My goal was to recreate the taste of one of these as accurately as possible. After tweaking V1 some more, I think I even got a bit closer to it.
TPA - Sweet Tea: I went with this, because when I originally smelled it, it smelled just like this particular tea I was trying to recreate. I used it at 6% because it builds our Tea Base and is a fairly weak flavor.
FA - Black Tea: This tea provides the bitterness you can taste in this drink. Since it's a very intense flavor, I used it at 0.5% to get that bitter sidenote, but kept it low so it won't be too overpowering.
CAP - Juicy Lemon: Imagine making a tea and not adding some citrus to it. Who on earth would do such thing? That's why we have 2% of this juicy lemon in there, to get a nice citrus touch, but as well, keep it on the ground.
CAP - Super Sweet: Some people like it sweet, some don't. I do, and since the drink itself is very sweet, I decided to go with an astounding 0.25 Super Sweet.
Last but not least, to top everything off, TPA - Juicy Peach: To be honest, this is where I was really unsure. I think though, Juicy Peach provides a really nice top note. On it's own, it smells like a very rich, natural Peach. That's why I decided to throw some
FA - White Peach in there as well. It smells much less intense, but really candy-like. It reminds me of the taste of those Haribo Peaches, if anyone knows those.
Also, I used some WS-23 to really give it an "iced" feeling. I used it at 0.5 since I haven't used it often, but you can definitely use more of it :)

FULL CREDIT TO THE THUMBNAIL/ARTWORK GOES TO @Zany

Pear and Bergamot Bubble milk tea

This is an adaptation of my Dewwy Boba recipe
https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/147663.

In this version we are sticking to the Bubble milk base and substituting the Cherry Blossom for Bergamot and the honeydew we are exchanging for pear.

I wanted to attempt the recipe with an Earl grey tea base with a soft creamy pear as top note.

This worked out wonderfully.

Blueberry and Orange Bubble milk tea

This is an adaptation of my Dewwy Boba recipe
https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/147663.

In this version we are sticking to the Bubble milk base and substituting the Cherry Blossom for honeysucle to create a syrupy floral to support the blueberry.

JF blueberry berry is juicy and is the perfect contrast to the vibrant and crisp FA Orange.

I have added a hint of fa billberry just to give the blueberry some depth

I love all of them... Yet to crown a winner.

I was inspired to create this recipe after tasting a Local Juniper Gin crafted by SAs first Juice makers and it is By far hands down the Best Gin vape that I have had, ever. This Juice is called VM Juniper and was crafted by Benji from Vapour Mountain.

With my last bottle of the above Juniper running very low, I decided to create my own Juniper and it was based off a Craft Gin that I mixed and tasted at a Gin farm in Cape Town.

Da Juun:
Using FLV Juniper Gin to bring the very authentic Juniper Flavour I kept it on the lower end as I enjoy a subtle boozy note and wanted all aspects to shine and compliment this Gin. with the Black tea added to compliment the herbal back notes of the Juniper and this all then infused with some sweet blood orange!

The Mixxer:
I used my new favorite 'liquidizer', Cucumber! in combination with a little Citrus soda and WS23 to give a cool soda/tonic mixer. Cucumber also has a very complimentary flavor at higher % that works Very well with a Gin.

Sweetner:
As Always I'd say yes, But here I would say Hell Yass! It just compliments everything as if the only sweetner is from the Blood Orange!

I personally feel this needs the few days steep for the Stronger Herbal notes of the Juniper to settle and mellow down to where I like it.

Enjoy!

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This is my first original recipe and is still very much a work in progress! I live in Texas and when it gets hot, it gets HOT! One of the best ways I've found to cool off in the blistering summer months is an ice cold glass of hibiscus iced tea made by someone who really knows how to make it. It has a sour-sweet citrusy flavor that is incredibly refreshing.

Something is still missing, so as always, please let me know if you have any suggestions as to how this can be improved or added/subtracted upon.

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