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Using OSDIY's Blue Razz Slush as a base in this recipe, it lacks a bit of the full fledged components of some of the other raspberry flavors, but is still solid on its own.
LB Blue Raspberry and INW Raspberry
The LB Blue is to add some of that blue-ness that OSDIY is missing. Compliments the flavor very well. INW Raspberry adds some tartness to the punch while adding a nice finish to it all.
Used this to add a "wet mouthfeel" and at this low % it doesn't even show up in the mix. just makes it a bit more wet.
Super Sweet CAP
This just adds some sweetness to the mix.
We are in the Summer Heat, and it is time for refreshing vapes. This is built to refresh, tantalize your sweet side, and cool your mouth! Delicious.
Feel free to lower coolant, or omit it.
Also Cap super sweet works instead of Purilium.
Tested on Hadeon @ 47 watts .33 ohm fused clapton. Also works great in mtl
This is a "happy accident" flavor that was meant to simply be a raspberry yogurt with some added sourness, but it instead ended up with a taste reminiscent of Sweet Tarts or Pixie Sticks, with a fruity tartness and a slightly chalky mouth feel. It's quickly becoming one of my new favorites even despite not having the originally intended taste.
It's great as a Shake And Vape flavor. Letting it steep will increase the yogurty flavor, but lessen the powdery feel.
If nicotine is desired, then VG based nicotine is recommended, as the flavorings will already add a lot of PG and limit how high the VG percentage can get.
The Blue Raspberry flavor is VG dominant while the other two are PG dominant. So despite what this site's calculator says, mixing this flavor with no additional PG added should give you a solid 80% VG
A BLUE RASPBERRY CHEESECAKE. I made it even though I was told not to. The name and idea are for @BRDZ.
The VT Boysenberry is to bridge FW Blueberry and LB Blue Raspberry together. It’s not in your face blue raspberry. OOO Vanilla Custard Cheesecake was for some sour funk. You can sub 2.75% CAP New York Cheesecake.
A simple Blue Raspberry freeze recipe... I finally decided to pick up some WS-23 to play around with and this is what I came up with... It's a blue jolly rancher(esque) tasting freeze, comparable to one of those cheap blue freeze pops...
Feel free to lower the Blue Raspberry to 6% or increase the Lemon Sicily .5 - 1% or both...depending on your liking... 1% WS-23 seems sufficient. You'll probably want the sweetener it's a cheap freeze pop what else is there in it besides Blue & Sugar? 😜
Blue Razz is the main profile, and we all know Blue Razz is amazing, but then you throw in some Black Cherry and it gets a really good sour feel without taking away too much from the profile. Blackberry's there to give it a full mouthfeel with its jammyness and adds just a bit more tart to the overall cherry sour.
With all that said, in the end, it really feels like tasting like a Chazzberry with how everything fits together. Very wet, very sweet, sharp, and just enough sour and tart.
Perfectly acceptable after a SNV but give it 24 hours to settle and the sourness gets brought out more. I'm sure more days could really flesh this out.
This is my take on a simple blue razz lemonade. LB and OSSDIY are clearly the best Blue Razz flavors, but even combined at a high percentage need a little support, which is why added in the INW Rasp. I love using INW rasp low to bolster the Blue Razz flavor and make it pop.
I didn't want to cheat this recipe and build on my puckenade, so I took a shot at using some other lemons. I really like the VT Lemonade clear its a nice lemonade with a touch of fizz, I don't really get the fizz in this, but that's because I didn't want this to be fizzy. The vt sour lemon is extremely potent and adds some of that fresh lemon pucker and the FW Lemonade is just a lemonade support.
I used the TFA Pear as a bit of sweet blender along the cactus to round some of the sharp edges. For you cactus haters out there I can't taste any cactus since it's used so low. The WS-23 and Cap SS can be used in whatever quantity you prefer. For a simple recipe this took 2 additional revisions after I first mixed it, so this was nice little challenge.