Used in 593 recipes at an average of 1.247%.
♫♫ Substitutions ♫♫
After this post people seemed to think I actually love @ID10-T but truth be told, I just wanted to torture him. That task is made significantly more difficult by the fact that he's a masochist. So, without further adieu, I present my second attempt at torturing @ID10-T where I not only substitute both blueberries in his iconic recipe but every other flavor, as well.
Bonus: I'll add notes later, I'm a too busy at the moment.
If you don't have a flavor, just sub in whatever. It doesn't matter.
I got the idea for the premise of this smoothie from Nachefs' OCD. He used cherimoya with dragon fruit and juicy orange. It was really good but I thought the cherimoya was just a little funky for my liking so I used guanabana to keep the tropical vibe going and switched out the juicy orange for cap sweet tangerine for a more syrupy sweet smoothie.
This began as a simple idea to take @EdibleMalfunction's love of hops, @eyemakepizza's love of fizzy sherbet, and my penchant for Dragonfruit and to create a recipe together with those as our anchor points. On the face of it, it sounded like a bad idea, but it came together very quickly, and upon reflection it really makes perfect sense to me that these flavors blended together to make a truly brilliant sweet, lightly fruity, and refreshingly piney refreshing vape.
The recipe hinges on so many things going just right, but happily the balance was key to making this an honestly delicious mix.
Juniper Gin can be a bully, the piney notes are in full force with this flavor, so keeping it low was integral to success, especially while pairing it with the Yakima Hops.
Yakima Hops was an obligate inclusion when combining our individual interests into a single recipe, we didn't keep it near so low as the gin as we did want the crisp hoppy notes to be a major factor in the recipe.
Fizzy Sherbet again an obligate inclusion, but one that brings a citrus bent to things and helped steer the decision toward using FW Blood Orange to round out the citrus compliment to our crisp gin and hops combo.
FW Blood Orange was chosen because it complements the sherbet's citrus notes while avoiding the conventional trappings of a Gin and Tonic. Adding a bit more sweetness and an undercurrent of orange that helps carry the body of the recipe.
INW Pitaya is my compulsory pick, but we toned down the usage to 1% to avoid leaning too heavily on the inherent weirdness of INW's pitaya and just let the sweet, sort of strange fruit notes stand among the pillars of the recipe to accent the brilliance of other flavors rather than as a focal point.
Everything comes together to create a recipe unlike anything else I've vaped to date, crisp, refreshing, inherently sweet, and a true melding of our individual tastes to make something none of us might have ever chased down without the others.
This summer time recipe was formulated for one of my best friend’s wife’s, she was craving a PIMM’s type recipe without the alcoholic hit so I got to work on this for her.
According to her it’s the best ejuice she’s ever had and if this was the only juice she could ever vape again she would be a happy girl! It’s comments like this that keep myself and many other mixers longing to help people on their journey with quitting the stinkys. Feel free to add your sweetener of choice, I personally enjoy this the most with 0.50% CAP SUPER SWEET and I must also say this recipe works great with WS-23 @0.50%. Please mix it up and leave me your feedback good or bad (S&V APPROVED) peaks @ 3 days. P.S *** if you prefer an alcoholic tinge, remove the CAP sweet guava and add FLV Brut bubble wine @ 2% 👌🏻
Idea stolen from @rockyharlow
The profile is a tropical perfumed guava.
Love cap sweet guava. To me it Is a sweet nectar with that little bite of bitterness. It plays very well with dragon fruit and cactus.
These three were made to be vaped together.
The juice emulsifier with some floral nuances. Here it plays better than tpa df
Just for that floral feel.
Inw cactus: a little lemony back note and tons of wetness, it makes wonders paired with guava.
Fa jasmin: one of my fav floral flavors. It provides very well that petals perfume I wanted in the mix.
The ws-23 is the perfect coolant to get a summer refreshing vape.
Cap super sweet helping the guava become more vibrant.
For a smooth juice let it steep for 8-10 days. Can be S&V but better after steep
O.C.D. (Orange, Cherimoya and Dragon Fruit)
I like a lot POG liquids but I'm also tired of mixing tons of recipes with different flavors that end up tasing more or less the same, so I decided to take the same citrus tropical vibe and create a new flavor profile.
WF Cherimoya is the star of the recipe. I have to thank my friends from Developed for making me try this flavor. It is a perfect mix of sweet tropical fruits in one single flavor, with notes of pineapple, coconut and something like a peach or mango that makes it perfect for this recipe.
CAP Juicy Orange is mediocre, in a good way. Orange flavors can dominate a mix very easily when paired with delicate flavors (like TPA Dragonfruit) and in this case I only needed a background citrus note, with some body and a light bitterness.
TPA Dragonfruit + INW Pitaya : This combo brings forward the best from both flavors. TPA is weak but it has the perfect juiciness and kind of strawberry sweetness, also being tropical. INW adds brightness and a floral note similar to hibiscus when used in low porcentajes. A perfect balance between to very different flavors for the same fruit.
FLV Smoothie Base: This flavor is a great homogenizer and, while TPA Dragonfruit does something similar, Smoothie Base also makes the rest of the fruits pop. The lemon note is not very noticeable at 1% but it manage to bring a good body to the entire mix.
This is a rare blend of sweet rice and guava infused with a floral touch provided by the jasmin. It is a very tasty and smooth dessert vape. I was trying to get closer to a basmati milky cream with guava. I am pretty comfortable with the result. Hope you enjoy it
The credit of the picture belongs to Cedric Angeles
TPA-Blackberry-(0.15%)-This is a very potent flavor be careful when using it really potent i tend to stay under 1% with this one but under that percentage it gives the blueberry hint i need(my first ever mix was using this at 5% was not fun at all couldn't get the taste of blackberry out of my mouth and tank for a week)
INW-Dragon-fruit-(1.50%) this is the closest thing to genuine dragon fruit on the market and it gives you the dragon fruit hints you would get from the drink
LorAnn-Lemonade-(3.00%) this in my opinion is one of the best lemonades on the market give a nice mouth feel as well and is tart which the blackberry counters give the mix a nic lemonade base to work off of
TPA-Strawberry Ripe-(1.00%)just a hint of this to help bring everything together and brighten up things and make everything pop
CAP-Sweet Mango-(1.50%) i tend to stay under 2% with this one because it starts starting overripe at higher percentages for me at least
optional sweetener & ws-23 to your liking I use one drop cap SS per 15 ml (Thats the only thing i measure in drops) (Wayne Recommends 0.5% of CAP-Fizz Pop)
hope you enjoy as much as i did btw if you haven't tried this from Starbucks try it:
(Venti mango dragon-fruit refresher with lemonade base add blackberry inclusions ,you will want the venti size also it has same amount of caffeine as a cup of coffee)