Used in 617 recipes at an average of 5.633%.
Blueberries are probably my all time favourite fruit, and there used to be a soda I had when I was a kid that had such a nice blueberry taste to it but with a subtle sweetness of what I could only describe as "Blue".
VT Fizzy Sherbert - The Fizz. I didn't want to push it too far and have the citrus come in too much, as I wasn't wanting to go for a Sprite Blueberry.
TPA Blueberry + FW Blueberry The Two Blueberries are from Ed's Blueberry Trinity, with TPA Blueberry slightly lowered, this is for the blueberry part of the soda.
LB Blue Raspberry - For now as the "Sweet Blue" note I found in that soda. Right now I'm pretty happy with it, but might lower it in the future a tad bit.
Cap SS / WS-23 - Obvious Soda Feel, these can be adjusted to however you feel like - but I highly suggest keeping it a tad sweet for this one.
I am pretty happy with this current recipe and find it pretty damn good. It can be vaped right off the bat, but i noticed that things really start to blend together after 3 or so days.
A blue raspberry lemonade with a light pixie twist that I vape everyday. It's clean with a tart bite that doesn't linger..It is higher %'s than I normally go but works great in this recipe without being overly sweet at .5-.6%; although you can take the sweetener in any direction and it doesn't change the recipe dramatically . It's great as a shake and vape but a couple days steep wont hurt; I hope you enjoy it..I appreciate any feedback.
If your a fan of candy profiles and have a sweet tooth,do yourself a solid and give this a mix! I can’t describe a specific sweet this profile is modelled after...it’s more of the essence of “candy shops” and is just fun to vape. S&V CERTIFIED!!! Please give it a mix and leave your thoughts on my work whether that be good or bad. 😎 happy mixing fuckerz 💙
Blue raspberry candy with cherry blossom that was made for and inspired by the love of my life. I love her so much and this is just one of the many recipes I want to make for her. Alright, now on to the recipe and it's breakdown.