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(HS) Blueberry

By: Hangsen (HS) - Buy Direct
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Used in 509 recipes at an average of 1.975%.


Maintained by: Chrisdvr1

38 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


Just a really basic blueberry cotton candy flavored recipe very popular with the 20ish crowd here in my home city ........ BASIC af recipe lol

Deep dark blueberry with a slight hint of cream.


Sometimes I get a grape type flavor from this recipe hence the name

Was thinking about what would be a delicious Summer time vape , and as all of you who know me i love Blueberries, So i went to testing tried Mb Blueberry but it was missing a little something,, so i tried the WF BB Smoothie as i had not used it in a recipe yet , and i have to say it was pretty tasty... so everything else is pretty basic as far as an IC base....nothing real special other than i used MB Milkshake due to its homemade ice creamy undertones, and Ooo CMU to smooth out the rest , and as an xtra tacked on some TFA VS.... as for the coolness i still haven't tried the WS 23 so i was stuck with koolada so i used it at a very low % to give it some cold..... as for the NDY lol (Not Dead Yet ) I am Not Dead yet ,, had to step back and get myself together,,, missed the community ...hope yall Enjoy this



Vanilla custard V1+ INW custard

I always get a slight cereal note, from INW custard, especially in a fresh batch. Throwing a touch In with classic cap vanilla custard V1, produces a very milky, buttery, deep, and rich vanilla custard base, to build off of. The serial note I mentioned, really get a boost by the hazelnut accent in this recipe.


HS & FW blueberry + TPA sweet cereal flakes + TPA marshmallow

HS & FW blueberry

This is my go to blueberry combo, I ❤ FW blueberry, one of the first flavoring I added to my collection. Adding just a touch of HS blueberry, gives it a slightly Jam like flavor,and turns yumm into Wow.

TPA sweet cereal flakes

This is fastly becoming, my favorite cereal flavoring. I've used it almost everything I have mixing lately!!!. Fit right in without any fuss versatile and extremely useful, it sweetens the profile, ( so no need for sweetener ) and gives it its amazing, flaky, delicious cereal flavor.

TPA marshmallow

Not a lot to say about marshmallow, that hasn't been sent before. Pairs perfectly with the vanilla in CAP vanilla custard, and it just seems to absorb the blueberry, becoming a perfect blueberry marshmallow. On top of all of that adds a little extra fluff to the mix.


FW hazelnut

Flavor West hazel nut, does a perfect job of blending everything together, giving you just that extra edge of malt, helps boost the creams, and provides great contrast for the vanilla.


First and most obvious you could substitute TFA marshmallow for fa marshmallow. TFA is a bit on the cheaper side and in a side-by-side comparison I can barely tell the difference. But if you have flavor Arts offering it will substitute in at the same percentage nicely.

Although I highly recommend, picking up HS blueberry, it really is Flavor West blueberry best friend, If you don't have it you could leave it out.

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I needed a break from all the dessert/bakery vapes so decided on a berry fruit salad. So after a quite a few versions I came up with this delicious berry vape that really tilts towards the purple side.

The Purple - INW Plum is a new concentrate for me and it is surprisingly great, It seems to get bullied by HS Blueberry so I really had to take down the blueberry. TFA Blackberry is my favourite blackberries and at this %, it adds just a touch of bitterness that works well here.

The Red - Somewhat hidden in the background are the tasty FA Juicy Strawberry & INW Raspberry. They seem to add a bit of brightness to the dark berries and gives it a bit more body with some subtle tasty accents.

INW Pineapple is there just to add brightness and tame some of the bitterness from the Plum & Blackberry.

FLV Milk & Honey is used to give a hint of cream while also sweetening the mix.

Very good off the shake. Give it a mix and I'm sure you'll enjoy!

A Scottish Berry Creme Burle, This brûlée is mixed with a yogurt to give it more of a creamy feel, perfect for breakfast. The. Flv Pastry Zest adds a lemon zest that is needed for the authenticity, it also adds a touch of sweetness and cinnamon.
I love the series ‘Outlander’. I wanted to pay tribute to my favorite show by creating a Recipe for the area. As I am definitely considered an Outlander to Scotland, I am sure my recipe may not be quite authentic for The Scottish, but I can say it’s delicious, even if it turns out to be a Outlander

Breakfast of Champions, or Goodbye Blue Monday. I was going to call this Blue Karma, as it was supposed to be a blueberry-caramel milk. However, I thought that name quite trite (and as it turns out off the mark), and, since it was a Monday when I mixed it . . . and I have an undying love for all things Vonnegut, I decided to go with Goodbye Blue Monday. So it goes. On a side note, the name LonesomeRhodesTN, is an homage to Vonnegut's novel, Slapstick (subtitled Lonesome No More), as well as Andy Griffith's character in the amazing Elia Kazan movie, A Face in the Crowd.

This recipe was an experiment with a few new (to me) concentrates: Oak Milk, Melty Caramel, and HS Blueberry.

FW Blueberry (1%) and HS Blueberry (0.5%) make up the candied blueberry flavor. The Cream Fresh (1%), FE Oak Milk (2%), MB Melty Caramel (1.5%), and OOO Cream Milky Undertone (1.5%) come together to make the Tootsie Roll part of the Tootsie Pop (which we all know is not really a chocolate flavor). I'm assuming the malty milk and caramel come together to create this aspect of the flavor. I didn't add any sweetener . . . but I'm sure 0.5% of CAP Super Sweet wouldn't hurt, if you're into that kind of thing.

I'm not going to lie and say this was the flavor I was shooting for, but this tastes spot-on like taking a crunchy, chewy bite out of a Blueberry Tootsie Pop. Tasting this after mixing it three days ago, it was unmistakable that this had become the familiar candy that I loved as a child.

Mr. Owl, how many licks does it take to get to the Tootsie Roll center of a Tootsie Pop?

Let's find out. A one . . . A two-HOO . . . A three..


I figured since we are now eating em, we may as well vape em too.

This was quickly thrown together... never to be mixed again.

FA Whiskey - Gives it a bite. Something subtle in the backend to throw off everything. Adds that soapy hand sanitizer.

JF Marshmallow - The pods sit on a bed of chalk. At a higher percentage, the dry marshmallow adds to a whole bite.

FA Orange / Lime Tahity / Liquid Amber / HS Blueberry - Based off the blue and orange pods, easily needed a fruit note. Orange is self explanitory while the Blueberry needed a more 'green' note sting. The Lime Tahity brings on that Pledge lemon, while Liquid Amber gives a gel feel overall.

CAP Jelly Candy - Some plastic note, almost waxy coating.

CAP Super Sweet - Wayne told me to.

Jam Monster was never my favorite liquid, but after discovering Wonder Flavors Croissant, I had to try for the remix. That buttered croissant can easily be interpreted as buttered toast and it is the defining flavor in Jam Monster! I started with 2% but unlike most other flavors, the more you add the more present it is. As for the blueberry, I've tried just about every combo. After hearing Wayne praise HS Blueberry, I had to try it, and he was not wrong! Juicy Strawberry in this mix pairs with the blueberries very well and in this case, it adds a candy quality to the jam. I may not love Jam Monster, but the remix is delicious while staying similar to the original!

Moo E liquids Blueberry Milk Remix ......I Love Love Love Blueberries...

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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