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(INW) Pineapple


By: Inawera (INW) - Buy Direct
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Used in 1134 recipes at an average of 3.021%.

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59 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


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One of my favorite desserts growing up has always been that green bowl of fluff. I had no idea what it was actually called until I got older and went in search of the recipe. As soon as I smelled the bottle of TPA-Pistachio it took me back and I knew exactly what I wanted to recreate. I used the TPA-Pistachio along with FLV-Vanilla Pudding to create my pistachio pudding base. Then I used the OOO-Cream Milky Undertone along with the OOO Marshmallow (Vanilla) to add in the whipped topping and marshmallows. Naturally I had to throw in a bit of INW-Pineapple to keep it authentic. I am still going to try one more version with FLV-Pineapple instead of INW and a bit of FW-Butter Pecan. If I like it even more I will come back and update this. This is better after 3 days but the best flavor is before the 2-3 week mark IMO. Some of the nuances start to blend in together if it steeps for too long. Smaller batches would be better for this one.

This is my version of a Hpnotiq cocktail. TPA-Hpno Type is the blue citrus foundation. The FA-Jamaica Special is a delicious rum flavoring but it lacks the alcohol feel that the VT-Light Rum brings to the mix. The FA-Coconut and INW-Pineapple add a tropical flare to it. The TPA-Ginger Ale helps to lighten it up and then I threw in a splash of VT-Bitters for good measure.

You can also add some sweetener and a cooling agent if you like. Photo was found on Pinterest.

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Chill, summery fruit blend. Really well balanced imo. Tastes like mango orange pineapple single flavor. Pure shake and vape.

Little Bit of Paradise Tea
 
Brief Description:
This citrus forward fruity black tea vape. I have been wanting spring to start here in NYC so while dealing with the snow outside, I was dreaming of sipping something like this on a hammock somewhere sunny and warm.
 
Hibiscus (CAP) 3% / Black Tea (FLV) 1.5%:
The tea is a lighter element to this mix. I like the Black Tea flavor tho its really close to a sweetened tea. I wanted to help back it up and make it blend better with some of the citrus elements found in Hibiscus.
 
Pink Guava (FLV) 1% / Pineapple (INW) 2% / Lychee (FE) 0.75%:
The Pink Guava is definitely the more dominate note. One of the things it boost this recipe to make it feel more like a tea is upping the astringent element drinking tea provides. Black Tea already does that some. I have been wanting to find a good recipe to use this Lychee flavor in for a while. Its an excellent lychee flavor. Its pretty strong even in lower % so be careful. Since this was a bit sweeter than I wanted, I then used Pineapple to add a nice tropical citrus. Came out delicious. The flavor will stick to your coils for a little bit.

I tried this right after mixing it and was pleasantly surprised how close it felt to drinking a tropical fruity tea. After a few days, it really blends together well and mellows out enough that it isnt as much of a guava punch to the tastebuds.

A sweet blend of tropical fruits. Peach, mango and pineapple infused white gummy. After vaping this, pop a white gummy in your mouth. Its the real deal!

My take on a Grapefruit, Apple & Pineapple Juice.

Grapefruit - FLV Pink Guava gives a great realistic Grapefruit flavour that stays on the palate throughout the vape.
Apple - CAP Fuji & CAP Double Apple combo gives a delicious, yet light apple brightness to add some complexity to the mix.
Pineapple - INW Pineapple provides a realistic pineapple flavour & CAP Golden Pineapple adds the artificial sweetness flavour.

I added TFA Cotton Candy for some brightness and feel free to add your desired amount of sweetner and(or) cooling.

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Inw pineapple & lemon sicily = Pineapple
Caramel candy, bavarian cream & super sweet = caramel
Vanilla custard = Custard

= Pineapple Caramel Custard

This is attempt nr. Eight

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Little Bit of Paradise Tea
 
Brief Description:
This citrus forward fruity black tea vape. I have been wanting spring to start here in NYC so while dealing with the snow outside, I was dreaming of sipping something like this on a hammock somewhere sunny and warm.
 
Hibiscus (CAP) 3% / Black Tea (FLV) 1.5%:
The tea is a lighter element to this mix. I like the Black Tea flavor tho its really close to a sweetened tea. I wanted to help back it up and make it blend better with some of the citrus elements found in Hibiscus.
 
Pink Guava (FLV) 1% / Pineapple (INW) 2% / Lychee (FE) 0.75%:
The Pink Guava is definitely the more dominate note. One of the things it boost this recipe to make it feel more like a tea is upping the astringent element drinking tea provides. Black Tea already does that some. I have been wanting to find a good recipe to use this Lychee flavor in for a while. Its an excellent lychee flavor. Its pretty strong even in lower % so be careful. Since this was a bit sweeter than I wanted, I then used Pineapple to add a nice tropical citrus. Came out delicious. The flavor will stick to your coils for a little bit.

I tried this right after mixing it and was pleasantly surprised how close it felt to drinking a tropical fruity tea. After a few days, it really blends together well and mellows out enough that it isnt as much of a guava punch to the tastebuds.

HC Mango is actually HC Malaysia Mango!

This is a Virgin mango pina colada. It was inspired long ago by this recipe by Jwdman in /r/mixersclub (join today!)

As you can see, it ended up not really resembling that recipe all that much.

The real star here is HC Malaysia Mango. It’s got a really subtle cooling sensation with a sort of mango nectarine type of juiciness. Earlier versions I played around with SC Island Tobacco and INW Cocopilada to get the pina colada stuff in there, but in the end decided to do more of a “build your own” pina colada-esque thing with INW Coconut and Pineapple.

The Malaysia Mango on the coolness scale I would say is around FA Polar Blast at .5-.8%. Hard to say for sure because I don’t like that cooling sensation all that much, so I don’t use those additives. But it’s not distracting here. If you really, really don’t like it, replace the Malaysia Mango with FE Mango at 2-3% and cross your fingers that the FLV Cream will help it keep from fading too much.

I don’t do a lot of fruit stuff, so my description is probably lacking a bit. Just try it. Or don’t. I like it.

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A simple but a lovely pineapple upside down cake.
Enjoy,
-Zesty

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