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You like strap on recipes? How about a prickly strap on? Sounds painful? Well, i'ts actually pretty tasty.
Since I've received Inawera's Prickly Pear in my last order, I've been tinkering around with it a fair bit. Searching for a nice fit for a great flavor. And this is what I came up with. Many iterations later, this is my (for the foreseeable future) final version of the Prickly Strap On!
INW Prickly Pear:
The main flavor. It's a bit like INW Cactus, but sweeter and more fruity. Just a great single flavor that, as it turns out, mixes really well with other ingredients.
FA Red Summer & CAP Sweet Watermelon:
The first versions of this recipe only had Capella's Sweet Watermelon, and tough being pretty good on it's own, it really drowned in the other flavors. This is where FA's Red Summer comes in. Those two combined give the recipe a very nice watermelon base.
CAP Sweet Strawberry & INW Shisha Strawberry:
A similar story as mentioned with the watermelon, but this time I felt like the INW's Shisha Strawberry needed a little boost, and CAP's Sweet Strawberry really helps. I've also tried TPA's Strawberry and Strawberry (Ripe) in previous batches, but didn't liked it at all.
My apple of choice. As many of you probably know, this flavor can be very overpowering. This is why there are no other apple flavors in here. In my opinion, this suffices to get the apple across in the recipe.
I usually mix it with 0.5% WS-23 (10% dilution in PG). It's very sweet on it's own, so I don't recommend using any sweeteners.
But I'm not your dad, so make your own decision on that.
It's nice right off the shake, but for the full flavor experience I would recommend a 3 day steep at least.
I hope you find as much enjoyment with this recipe as I have, and have a nice vape!
This is a strawberry taffy offering. It’s a profile I’ve been chasing for a while now. After several iterations, I think I’ve finally settled on this recipe. Pink burst and JF sweet strawberry make up the bulk of the strawberry profile, with shisha strawberry lending a helping hand by providing a natural ripe strawberry accent on the backend. Salt water taffy provides a textural base by imparting a slightly chewy and thick mouthfeel with help from marshmallow. Vanilla swirl adds the smoothness and creaminess.
Sweetener is up to the initial mixer, but this is a candy and it benefits from it in the end.
Give this about a seven to ten day steep. I found the profile a bit harsh and muddled after a day. After a prolonged steep it starts to shine.
Using Daves a.k.a. ID10-T's Strawberry trinity and then combining it with one of my favorite light and fluffy "Cream" layers, I've found this recipe works well for people who are partly to severely "Blind" to Strawberries. The (FA) Lemon Sicily @ 0.25% is not present after the recommended steep time, yet aids in bringing the strawberries forward in the mix. The recipe was created and tested on a dual coil RTA @ 0.12 ohms and mod set to TC Mode @ 75watts and 420 degrees F. Recommended Steep is 14-30 days.
Mixers club: March 2020. The ice cream man @eyemakepizza is about to be a father. To toast this, I've mixed a pink "milk".
Pink here is a true amalgamation of flavors. INW cherry and INW shisha strawberry are both syrupy by nature, and the FA red touch is helping reinforce the strawberry to stand up along side the cherry. Pushing past that CAP sweet guava helps crank this otherwise pedestrian fruit combo into an oddly tasty medley of red fruits.
Pudding in this case is pretty cut and dry with FLV vanilla pudding and INW custard sharing the duties while FLV smooth vanilla helps cut through the fruit with a sweet soft vanilla.
Special shout out to @rainbowdragon for helping with the art(okay, that's selling her efforts short, she did all the work) in this month's series of MC recipes.
My favorite strawberry at this point in time. It's like a mix of an artificial sweet strawberry, a natural strawberry, and has a sort of creamy or smooth texture to it. I remember hearing before purchasing this flavoring that it was the best strawberry out there, and that it's the only one you need; I disagree that it's the only one you need. It is great by itself as a strawberry, but I feel it benefits a lot from a slight strawberry ripe accent (depending on the recipe of course). It is weak for an INW flavoring, but falls in line with the same kind of potency as a lot of other flavoring companies such as TFA & CAP.