(HS) Blueberry


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Maintained by: Chrisdvr1

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Well, the debate over lemonade is dumb. LA makes a nice candied lemonade flavor. I'm sure it can bend to lemonade but it tastes like a sweet lemonheads. Not sour.

Kinda electrified.

So when I got Hangsen blueberry. To me. It's the blue version of LA lemonade. So I combined them but I wanted blue to win. I wanted the focus to be blue. Blue razz flv fits perfectly with Hangsen to battle.

What you get is snow cone type syrup to me. It's like you melted all the waxy stuff out of a blueberry lemon candy. Got rid of the sour and tart and replaced it with ultra blue with hints of lemon.

I imagine when you go to heaven. If you were to drink ocean waters this is what it would taste like.

This is like if the Super Sonics were Blue and Yellow vs Green and Yellow....and still existed or whatever

A delicious, cool and refreshing vape with grape and blueberry tones. Reminiscent of a grape flavoured hard candy with bright blueberry flavour.

  • Originally mixed 6mg using smooth nicotine salt
  • Excellent shake 'n' vape
  • Flavour subtly blends and strengthens with an overnight to two day steep.

Any feedback/constructive criticism is appreciated :)

ENJOY

Thick, sweet, dark berry mix, mainly Blueberry and Raspberry with a jammy candy taste to it. INW Raspberry adds a little bit of tartness to the overall profile, which fits really well. Sweeten to taste

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Mixer's Club Oct/Nov 2020 Find an old recipe and update it

I took my own Blue Eyes White Dragon and took some two and a half years of mixing knowledge, and access to some 500+ more flavors than I had when I created the original and decided that there were exactly 2 aspects that could not be removed. INW Pitaya and WS-23. I didn't touch the Pitaya, 1.5% is perfect to give it all the pitaya weirdness without it taking over the entire recipe by force. I did reduce the cooling by 1/2 though, in part because I acknowledge others will be trying this and not everyone wants their "cold" to be bracing and in part because I didn't want to bury any of the flavors that I used.

With that in mind, I chose to stay with the inherent weirdness of the original when swapping things around. That made Hangsen blueberry the natural choice, ironically for its utterly unnatural "electric" blueberry flavor. That is paired with the fairly recently released FA Blueberry Juicy Ripe which is, by all accounts, fantastic. In this case I feel like it sorta tamps down the inherent weirdness of Hangsen's offering, but that's not, strictly, a bad thing.

The peaches I went with here are JF Honey peach, because it's fucking brilliant, and CAP juicy peach because it is nominally very similar to TFA peach juicy, but more importantly because it's all sorts of fakey peach rings without much body.

A simple premise, perhaps nominally more grandiose than it should be, but I feel like this is a respectable "re-imagining" of the original.

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A blueberry ice cream cone recipe. Made on Live Mixing

Watch here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CBQEbvMloL4

Developed Pie. Blueberry Pie.

(This is Corrected as the first version transposed an earlier version of this recipe and the percentages were way way off).
Nothing fancy, delicious buttery pie crust around blueberries and blackberries with some lemon thrown in to heighten the flavor experience.

Also has 2.65% VSO Blueberry - Have requested that this flavor be added to ATF - Will correct recipe once its in.

Felt like something sweet, tart, and dark. This is NOT a SNV. Minimum steep 3 days but really needs 7 days to fully settle down.

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"I remember blue skies, I remember how you were..." - SOLSTICE, STARSET

SNV is pretty sub par - I've steeped this from 7 days to 30 and it seems to start really coming out around 7-8 days and then it's preference from there. This is my first recipe I'm posting publicly, and this is version 4; it's still a work in progress; any feedback would be appreciated.

I tested & refined this on a Hadaly RDA at 55W, .37-.40 Ω

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HS Blueberry - The first blueberry I got for my initial dive into DIY. Originally in this recipe it was a standalone blueberry (@ 2.5% if you're curious) and it gave a nice, sweet blueberry taste, but it's just not what I wanted for this recipe.

TPA Blueberry (Extra) - This gives more of the fruity, wet blueberry taste as if there were chunks of it in the ice cream without overwhelming the peach entirely.

CAP Juicy Peach - Standalone I don't really care for this flavor, but the way it melds with the ice cream and the blueberry in this recipe in particular is so sweet and lovely, I couldn't NOT refine this recipe. It almost gives that taste as if you cut up a fresh peach, placed it over the top of the ice cream and sometimes you get a bite of peach, sometimes you just get the juice melting into the ice cream.

LB Vanilla Ice Cream - Honestly this base is just so easy to work with and mold to whatever flavor you like; in this particular recipe it's not as heavy in the inhale, but the exhale gives a soft, wonderful vanilla ice cream taste with bits of fruit.

FLV Cream - Honestly this just boosts the creaminess of the ice cream, and helps melt everything together into one cohesive flavor profile for me. I've done this with vanilla swirl, whipped cream, and finally landed on FLV Cream as the best option for what I was going for here.

Thank you @Spacolie16 for helping me out with this. It's 'cause of your willingness to deal with me asking you the same question 100 times in 50 different ways that I got this how I wanted it. :)

A delicious mixed berry Slushie.
Red Raspberries, Blackberries, Blueberries, and Strawberries, all blended in a sweet syrup served over ice.
HAPPY MIXING, & HAPPY VAPING!!! :)

just a simple blueberry cotton candy just a quick simple mix .

Flavor Notes

By: Chrisdvr1 Score: 80 / 100 Solo: 5.0% Mix: 2.5% Steep: 3 days Difficulty: 50 / 100

A sweet and tart blueberry, emphasis on the sweet, and I don't know how else to describe it but it tastes blue.


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