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I’ve always been a huge fan of champagne/moscato vapes, so after Wayne Did he’s new year champagne recipe I felt very inspired.
This turned out to be a very pleasant vape with a champagne forward taste and I rhubarb and kinda berry aftertaste. And after 2-3 days. I swear. I get a KINDA fizz to it.
(USE FA INDIAN MANGO - NOT ORIGINAL FA MANGO)
This is a Mango Champagne recipe that packs light, sweet, natural mango, with sparkling champagne. While the recipe falls more in line with a "spritzer" vibe, than a wine vibe, it's easily tweaked to create a more "dry" experience.
Champagne Article: http://bit.ly/37oHDvP
Essentially i wanted to make a mango and vanilla with a difference, and a dragonfruit with a difference at the same time so i realised i might be able to mix the two intentions together. Fruity sweet dragonfruit is followed by the mango and vanilla rounded out with the cream/champagne. Friends say it tastes like real dragonfruit.
An African Horned Cucumber gin cocktail inspired by this recipe: http://fruitmaven.com/2010/02/minty-blowfish-kiwano-cocktail/
After my first experiment with African Horned Cucumber, I was determined to tame the beast, and researched how the fruit was used in cooking. This recipe was intriguing. The mint and gin are strong enough to balance the African Horned Cucumber, and it takes its place as a team player.
Tested on Digiflavor Siren 2 with 1 ohm ss316 at 16 watts
Are you ready to ring in the New Years but sick of plain old champagne and dealing with people? Well then take your bubbly to the next level and stay home... problem solved! Not only will your taste buds thank you but you will not have to worry about those pesky police officer's passing out DUI's either! This is a seriously upgraded glass of bubbly. Just add some pineapple juice, and coconut rum then voila! It is just that easy! This is a creamy, sweet, coconut champagne spritzer with hints of rum and pineapple. It is like a vacation in a glass... err vape!
If you want more fizz in your bubbly you can add 1-2% of RF-Soda Base as well (depending on how fizzy you would like it) although you may want to omit the sweetener if you do.
Photo and inspiration: https://www.pineappleandcoconut.com/recipes/pineapple-coconut-champagne-cocktail/
I wanted to make a wine and grapefruit shandy cooler garnished with fresh herbs. None of the grapes worked on their own as a wine so I had to combine INW-Grape and TPA Grape Juice along with a touch of CAP-Blueberry Jam and FA-Brandy to deepen the grapes into a more wine like flavor. The FA-Champagne combined with the FA-Grapefruit and FLV-Yakima Hops form my shandy and add some light carbonation to the mix. The INW-Cactus is there to add some tartness to the grapefruit as well as adding more of the moist mouthfeel. The FA-Zen Garden combines with the FA-White Winter (spearmint) to bring some freshly muddled herbs into the mix.
I decided that I wanted to attempt to recreate my favorite Guava juice in a can. This is what I came up with. Neither guava flavor tasted like I wanted on their own so I combined them. I tasted hints of pear in addition to the guava. It also needed to be really juicy so that is where the INW-Cactus and FA-Wine Champagne come in. Alfred Pudding was nice enough to give it a taste test for me and give it his seal of approval. He also created the image for my recipe with his mad Photo Shop skills. You can SNV this but it will get smoother after a few days.