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This is my favorite recipe I've ever made lol just pure funk and joy.
You can check it out here as well
My hibiscus foundation with cream. You can make this is in many ways and still be pretty darn good.
After 2 weeks, this steeps perfectly
You can swap vanilla swirl for cap vanilla whipped cream or fa cream whipped .5-1.0 if you want. Like here
The fun thing about this hibiscus foundation is every yogurt or vanilla that you throw at it, will stick. It's very adaptable. In fact. Just take the foundation and add your creams you prefer, itll still be good
I add LB and Vanilla swirl for a thick vanilla mix here.
Tastes a bit like dragonfruit, and otherwise it's just a really fruity delicious flavor. I like my juices sweet so I added 0.5% Super Sweet, but if you like less sweet juices it will do just fine without that. This is my first mix made without any prior recipes, so i'm ready for some feedback. I personally really like it.
Just a simple delicious tropical vape that I hope you like :)
This was just a "oh these smell like they would go together " recipe and it does go together.
Tropical, guava and watermelon fans will love this...well I hope
And it's a good base. You could add a ton to it. Strawberry. Hibiscus. Honeysuckle. Mangos. Theres so much i want to explore.
WF has entered my favorite brand category with flv lol wow
Also, clearly, I'm running out of names. Idk how you smarties do it
A black and blue recipe ive been enjoying.
The main body comes from LB blue razz, at this % theres all we need from this and buddied up with some hibiscus just helps lift it up and brightens the flavour i feel.
Multiple darker berries help to turn the blue into black as such whilst keeping a little of that artificial fruitiness with blackcurrent and boysenberry.
Cactus and citrus soda are just enough to keep it juicy and keep it bright and beverage like.
Could benefit from ws23 if thats your thing.
Always loved INW Cactus but didn't like the recipe I got it for. Mixed this up and have been enjoying it quite a bit. I realize the cactus is way above typical but I found any lower it loses that edge of freshness I love about the smell. Would love to know what you think or ways to improve the recipe!!
This is a boozy citrus based recipe, lime basil and orange gin cocktail.
The orange, lime gin cocktail is the main profile with the basil and juniper notes keeping it quite fresh.
The orange juice is just used as a booster for the orange and the cactus is used to lift the fresher notes and keep things juicy as such. Little step out the comfort zone from custards and desserts but so far i quite like it.
Super sweet with an earthy floral accent. Savory and Light with just a touch of bitterness gives it completely and contrast. More of a natural syrupy sweetness like stevia or agave not sugary.
Relatable Flavors Reminds me of drinking agave nectar with a touch of rose water, or orange blossom.