Used in 150 recipes at an average of 1.731%.
Tart rhubarb and zingy apples is the order of the day here. This simple recipe is a remix of the popular beverage by CAWSTON PRESS.
This recipe is simple and so refreshing especially and a hot summer day. It’s addictive despite its simplicity and I haven’t got bored yet. It was pretty easy to re create especially as its profile is only really 2 flavours so it’s not really difficult to fail. Here below are some quick notes.
Certainly packs a punch and a little goes a long way. Nothing out there to compete with this flavour it’s perfect for drinks or desserts and here in this recipe it doesn’t overpower if used lightly. 0.25% is perfect here to allow it to sit upfront but not be a nuisance all the way through the vape.
FA Apple Stark
Perfect Apple for a Apple juice flavour, nothing else to add except it needs help from other apples.
CAP Double Apple
Great Apple flavour that’s bright and zesty that doesn’t hide amongst other powerful flavours like the rhubarb. Perfect combo with the Apple stark.
FA Wine Champagne
This adds a little fermented eliment to the recipe and melds the rhubarb and apples together alongside adding some mind of suggestion FIZZ!!!
CAP Super Sweet
A little sweetener takes away some acidity from the recipe.
It’s a drink,it’s summer so let’s chill it down.
Shake n vape recipe but the apples can be a little on the alcohol taste so steep for 3 days if you find the taste that way.
Add some gin or vodka by VTA for a boozy summer delight.
Springtime is all about having some fun and now winter has almost vanished its time to get outside and start having some fun and this should be no different to your vaping habits ditch them custards!!! It’s time for something more lighter,more brighter and for something that really latches on to them springtime vibes and so to get the ball rolling chill out with a refreshing Bellini. Rhubarb works great with champagne so this simple recipe spotlights how good VT RHUBARB RAW really is and it’s works so well combined with FA champagne and with addition of VT sherbet to add extra FIZZ and a little sweetener to calm the tartness down this is perfect for lazy spring days all the way through to relaxing summer evenings enjoy!!!
Feel free to use VT RHUBARB COMPOTE as a sub
Add ws23 for a cold cocktail
This a tribute to the song, Old Dogs, Children. and Watermelon Wine, written and recorded by Tom T Hall.
"Ain't but three things in this world that's worth a solitary dime,
But old dogs and children and watermelon wine."
"Old dogs care about you even when you make mistakes;
God bless little children while they're still too young to hate."
He doesn't go on in the lyrics to tell you why watermelon wine is worth a solitary dime. My thoughts, since this is a southern song, We grow watermelons in the south, at least we did when I was a kid, And if it were made into a wine, well damn! That would be worth a solitary dime.
As a kid, my grandfather would take me to Ann Arbor to watch the Wolverines play football. Every game we'd buy a bag of 4 donuts and a mini jug of warm spiced apple cider. So that is why this flavor takes the city's name.
Mess with the apple percentages to get it where you want it. HS Apple Mix cannot be subsituted(but percentage can be tweaked if you want), as it is part of the cider and the spice base.
.2% FLV Rich Cinnamon is roughly 1 drop per 10 mL.
A sweet bright and fruity rainbow sherbet from scratch. I was going to do something super simple with just fw rainbow sherbet and fw vbic and call it good but I wanted to take a NCM approach and use the individual flavor components of rainbow sherbet. Those flavors being raspberry, lemon, lime, orange and pineapple.
Cap lemon lime was the logical choice as it is nice and sweet and authentic to what a flat sprite or 7up would taste like. It's easy for some lemon flavors to overpower at first and then die down drastically over time but I needed to keep some of that citrus bite that is present in rainbow sherbet.
For the orange I used fw blood orange. No real particular reason why other than liking the juicy orange taste it imparts. It also adds to the citrus component complimenting the lemon lime but there is something else needed.
I was recommended to try using inw sparkling wine to add crispness by Rageisalotofwork but alas all I had was fa wine champagne which accomplished making it have a crisp verging on carbonated feel.
Finishing the citrus note unused fw pineapple natural at 3% instead of the inw exotic that I had used before. FW pineapple natural is nice and sweet ba ok dancing somewhere between a candy and natural pineapple kind of like the juice in a fruit cup.
Something citrus heavy mixes can tend to do it have a dryness to them, queue INW cactus. A must have for anyone that enjoys any fruit Vapes. It adds a nice wet mouth feel without distracting from the other flavors when used at lower percentages.
Due to the potency of the many citrus based components in this recipe I needed to boost the amount of flavor that was going to make up the ice cream part. FW vanilla bean ice cream has a nice blend of sweetness and creaminess leaning a touch more to sweet but lacking any "pepper" taste that I hear so many people getting from TPA vbic.
I've all but ditched using any sweeteners anymore and instead use cap or tpa vanilla frosting in its place. It does great in this recipe by complimenting the vbic and adding sweetness that tames any unpleasant bitterness or throat hit that can be caused by citrus heavy mixes.
As a shake and vape this is quite good but I would recommend at least a couple days steep time for the creaminess of the vbic to become more pronounced.