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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.
Chartreuse: A shade of colour; a pale apple-green.
Normally I try to avoid making mixing random fruits, it's really tough to get the balance right and usually ends up a big mess. This recipe however started out as a request by a friend of mine, who really liked a specific commercial juice. Since the name of it was very nondescript and I hadn't actually tried it myself, I only had his description and the pictures to go on. The fruits that we could spot were; Pineapple, Melon and Dragonfruit. There was also grapes on some of the pictures, but since I can't stand INW Grape it was quickly ruled out. However when I did a first attempt on only mixing CAP Golden Pineapple (replaced by INW in the final version) with FLV Wild Melon and TFA Dragonfruit, I knew I had a really good base to work with.
I made a total of 9 different versions before I settled on this specific combo, which I really enjoy. It's very sweet and I don't think you can distinguish any of the specific flavours, hence the rather wierd name, it simply tastes like "Chartreuse" ;). The final mix doesn't taste at all like the juice we based the idea off, but I'm still really happy with the end result.
If you want some more details on the different versions, please check out the reddit post.
This is a near 100% clone of Dream Tea by Mt Baker Vapor.
Compared to the original, it's juicier, sweeter, and less harsh.
Full description (it's a long one) on reddit here: https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/i0fnku/dream_tea_a_mt_baker_vapor_clone/?
A cool, dragonfruit elderflower recipe.
INW Dragonfruit is the main fruit note here, and standing next to it is FLV Elderflower with its unique, refreshing floral brand .
TFA Dragonfruit lends some emulsification support.
INW Cactus is there to lend a bit of sour/tart and boost the juiciness of the Dragonfruit.
TFA Wintergreen blends seamlessly with the WS-23, giving a cool green-ness that doesn't get minty. Tried with 0.5% WS-23 at first, but I found the coolant was overshadowing the other flavors too much.
Here's the flavor breakdown. THANKS FOR FOLLOWING! 😁
FLV mango paired with Cap sweet mango is a perfect pairing. Brings a nice mango touch to this recipe on the exhale, with a natural tasting not too sweet mango that doesn't have the skin taste of mango which is good in recipes but not for this one.
CHEM- Pitaya is frickin delicious cactus fruit. Has a watery taste that is so unique, its the real star of this recipe. Handles the dragonfruit job on it's own. This is a dank flavor that rides through both the inhale and exhale to give body and wetness to the mix, while not being too overpowering. Needs a day or two steep to settle down a little throat hit.
INW Pineapple is an amazing bodied pineapple that adds to the Sugarloaf to bring a nice featured pineapple taste to the exhale. VT Sugarloaf helps support this by adding some nice fresh cut pineapple wedge taste.
TPA sour is used here in a small amount to provide a little zest to the fruits
Enjoy! Let me know what yo think in the comments. Shout-out to the FB group for being a part of the live mix.
Really tasty recipe with some unusual flavors, all Inawera!
Doing a recipe with aloe flavoring was on my bucket list for quite a long time since I've tasted some great commercial ones including it on a vaping expo. The only problem: It's really hard to find in my vicinity. So I bit the bullet and made an order directly from Inawera after finding out they have it. The next question I had to answer: What flavors does one combine with aloe? This is what I came up with, and I'm really excited to share this fine recipe with you all! I'm pretty much stunned how well it all fits together and I really advise you to try it if you can get your hands on all the ingredients.
INW Aloe: The main ingredient, obviously. 4.5% is an ideal fit here, has a lot of presence but does not drone out the other flavors.
INW Prickly Pear: Just a perfect companion flavor for the aloe. It's like these two were made for another. 3% is enough to get the flavor across, I would not increase it.
INW Pitaya: Can easily be subbed with CAP Dragon Fruit or TPA Dragon Fruit, but I was curious how Inawera's offering fairs against these two, and, just in my humble opinion, I think it's superior to both.
INW Cactus: It's a well known fact that a little bit of this can give most fruit recipes that special something, but in this mix it's also a nice boost to the taste of the Prickly Pear.
I like to add 1% WS-23 (10% dilution in PG). You can decrease the amount or leave it out completely, you call.
This can be SNV, but the WS-23 fully kicks in after a 3 day steep.
It was a lot of fun coming up with this recipe. Hope you enjoy and have a nice vape!
Blue Raspberry from scratch
As legend has it, five mixers came together on the Diy_ejuice discord and played a dangerous game. Each one selected a flavor secretly and threw it into the pot. After a bit of brewing and dark magic, they were amazed by what had been created! Somehow Blue Razz appeared out of the five basic elements: pizza, pudding, dog, malfunction, and foment.