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This has been a little project of mine for a while, my first ever rendition was super close, but then I tinkered too much and it fell apart. Recently I went back and rewrote it, and I think I nailed it. Vaping this is like shoving a handful of lifesaver gummies into your mouth, it's sweet and fruity. It needs a couple days for the FW Hard Candy to settle in, as well as the CAP Sweet Tangerine to die down. Vaping it at lower wattage can bring out the cherry and pineapple as well as the tangerine a bit, I feel like it changes every puff into a new flavor. Higher wattage you can taste everything pretty well, its a very fruity mix. The watermelon isn't so prominent in the recipe, but it gives a nice sweetness. Meringue was just to sweeten it up without Sucralose or EM.
For those days when you just want to throw something together that works and can be vaped right away. There's no complex layering or deep profiles to be found here. This is just an easy, smooth candy strawberry/watermelon that you can throw together in a rush and not have to worry about steep times.
This has been my go-to recipe for the past month or so when I just want to mix high VG and drip for a day or two while waiting on my other mixes to steep out.
I have been playing with the LA Banana Cream/INW Cactus combo for a little while now. Always craving a unique flavor profile, I decided to make a cactus-banana-pineapple smoothie.
I would give this 10 days to develop into a tasty, decadent treat.
See full notes here: https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/55d4en/october_2016_recipe_thread/d8gruy4
Moral of this story: don't be afraid to create recipes after enjoying some adult beverages. Ever imagine what would happen if FA Fuji and FA Black Currant made sweet love and reproduced? Now well you have. This is a beautiful love child, indeed. Strong in character, this is quite tart and tasty as a shake and vape and gets sweeter as it matures. After 4 days, it maintains a crisp (yet juicy) texture. Past that point, who knows? Let me know if it lasts that long. Replace INW Pineapple with 0.5% TFA Pineapple if you must.