Flavor Profile: bright easy fruity juicy simple weak
Used in 358 recipes at an average of 5.568%.
Since everybody seems to be obsessed, with fake rubber penises, I thought I'd help you guys out with some lubricant.😂😂😂
So all kidding aside this a classic fruit combination. Strawberry, apple, and watermelon, all play well together. It's been a blast, to see all the different variations of this recipe. And although I'm late to the game I thought I would try my hand at it.
LA lemonade along with JF juicy lemon combined to give for my lemonade base.
LA lemonade- hands-down the best lemonade flavoring I have found to date.
JF juicy lemon- is a great accent for the lemon-aid, while providing a boost to the lemon, it also added a candy lemon flavor to the mix
LA watermelon, FA stark apple, and TFA strawberry ripe where my choice for the fake rubber penis part of this recipe.🤤🤤🤤
LA watermelon- I chose because it's the only watermelon flavoring I have.😎😎😎 Lorena's watermelon a great watermelon flavor and I've never had a need to buy another.
Flavour art stark Apple- I feel that this is an underused apple flavoring. Delicious with a slightly sharp note, it really works well in this recipe. But I have toyed around with other Apple flavorings, and Fuji works if you don't have it.
TFA strawberry ripe- so I chose Strawberry ripe for a few reasons. first it's delicious works well in this recipe, and ethyl maltol in the flavoring really helps soften the watermelon and lemonade.
Strap-on a Kiwi!!!
Well fam, i thought that I would throw my hat in the ring with this whole Strap-on thing so here it is.I have really enjoyed this one so I thought someone else might as well.... As with most fruits you can shake and vape but a lil steep with help to take the edge off, especially the fuji!!! I add 1% TFA sweetener but that is upto you guys!
This recipe reminds me of when as a kid the family would go on a road trip to Myrtle Beach, SC. On the way we would see these road-side stands selling fruits, pecans, and vegetables . We always had to stop and try out the free samples of watermelon and peach's and oh yes, buy an ice cold cream soda. Oh boy was it good! This recipe takes me back to those days of anticipation of the beach and all of the delights we experienced. Hope this recipe can take you there too.
I wasn't sure if I could meld the peach and watermelon together, but I think the vanilla cream and whipped cream accomplishes this. This recipe isn't like a peach candy or watermelon candy, it's more of a creamy watermelon and peach desert just in time for spring and summer vaping. Enjoy!
This is my take on a popular profile: A candy kiwi watermelon flavor.
I posted this once but I took it off because I had yet to try it after a decent steep, the recipe holds up well and I decided to rerelease it.
FA Kiwi/LA Watermelon
Perfect combo for a candy kiwi watermelon. A 4% the kiwi can shine amongst the rest of the mix. I wanted to use as much watermelon as possible before it became the only thing you could taste, so here at 6.5% its right (6% may be right but i was adjusting from trying it at 5% and 8% and settled on 6.5). The watermelon provides a candy effect and is the backbone of this recipe. Lower % and the watermelon falls too far behind the kiwi, too high and the watermelon is all you taste.
These two flavors alone are fantastic, very tart and sweet all at once. With just a little help they become even more delicious.
FA Red Touch (Strawberry) is here to lend a little bit of its fruity sweetness to the kiwi and helps balance the overall kiwi profile. At .75% it won't show up as strawberry too much, but rather as friendly kiwi notes.
INW Cactus adds some juicy which is what we want from candy, the cactus is also an inherently sweet aroma. Any higher than .25% will change the profile too much. 1/4% of cactus is just enough juicy and doesn't need much time to steep.
FA Marshmallow I threw this in for sweetness and more body, .5% and it won't mute our fruit but just add a nice mouthfeel.
Lastly, I truly think erythritol is an effective sweetener in many fruit mixes that I have tried. It really brings out an inherent sweetness. Here, with all the sweets used, it gives a 'sugar lips' effect. I have noticed this effect on some other mixes I am working on. I have a cantaloupe mix I am working on, and the mix without erythritol is noticeably less sweet but the flavor on both is more or less the same. Erythritol on its own isn't suuuper sweet. I would not say it is necessary here but I highly recommend it. I mix this specific juice for a couple of people and I am happy to share it here with you.
Erythritol works better than EM here because it sweetens without changing everything else that is going on in the mix. If you don't have erythritol, try it with no sweetener. If i were going to use EM rather than erythritol, I would start at .5% or maybe TPA sweetener at .5%
Definitely tasty as a shake and vape, but after about a day the cactus settles down and blends into the rest of the aromas.
This is somewhat of a departure from what a normally mix up, but don't pass up on it! In Hawaii they make these awesome snowcones that make you want to come back more than the beaches and waves.
This is a mix that will be full of in-your-face-flavor so keep that in mind before ordering/mixing.
Subbing the watermelon or strawberry with a different brand will unfortunately not work here. LA Watermelon and INW Strawberry are sorta niche ingredients that are quite different than other brands that share the same name. Feel free to sub CAP Coconut with 1% Coconut Extra (TFA) or whatever coconut you like. I also like to add 1% MF Vanilla to this, so try it out if you get the chance (or any vanilla really)
I recommend that you get the 'colorless' version of LA Watermelon, available at Wizards Labs and other vendors, so your coils won't gunk up as fast.
Certified Shake 'n' Vape, better with time.
I give credit to Jimmy the Juiceman, Shurb helped inspire this recipe. While this is not meant to be a sherbet or taste like Shurb, it has a reminiscent sugary sweet sizzle that shares many similarities.
Before I get ahead of myself, I do want to mention that yes, there are several high % flavors and I know that will freak some folks out, but I simply could not achieve what I was going for with any less, trust me I tried(48 times to be exact). Taste is certainly subjective, so Jelly Candy and Salt Water Taffy could probably lowered without major detriment. Super Sweet on the other hand assists the blood orange & pineapple in carrying the sugary sweet sizzle across the tongue in a way I couldn't achieve without it.
This recipe is the culmination of tireless attempts to clone a juice and eventually pulling my hair out, trying some more, then giving up and coming up with something relatively new. It reminds me of throwing back a hand full of jellybeans, but a much bigger punch!
Grab apple by the Melons aka Melon Hi-Chew
This blend starts off as a refreshing realistic melon with a hint of mixed apples. As it steeps, both the Apples and the LA Watermelon come out more adding a mouth watering candy affect similar to eating a watermelon and apple hi-chew. This is a refreshing ADV that I can't stop coming back to.
My initial goal was to create a realistic perfectly ripe melon salad with some chopped up apples mixed in. A flavor that felt juicy and refreshing with a touch of crispness from the apple blend. Well I over did it a little on the LA Watermelon and it candied it. I ended up liking it so much it turned into my ADV. It takes about 4 days steep for the LA Watermelon to really blend in and add that mouthwatering candy feel.
Sweet Watermelon (CAP) 2% / Wild Melon (FLV) 1%:
The sweet watermelon felt lacking in fullness/roundness. Its almost like a watermelon that's just starting to pass its prime and needs to be eaten before the flies make a meal of it. Its still good, just on the sweeter side. Adding the wild melon rounded out the flavors nicely. Wild melon is a mixture of watermelon, cantaloupe, and honeydew melon. The combo of the melons in wild melon are very tasty and I recommend this flavor on its own or mixed with other melons.
Watermelon (LA) 2%:
Initially was to just add a mouth watering affect. It did that successfully then candied it to the point that its more of a hi-chew (the more realistic version of a mamba for those who haven't had it before). I would drop it down to maybe 0.75% if I want to go back to achieving a realistic watermelon but I really like where the 2% took this.
Anton Apple (INW) 0.75% / Fuji Apple (FA) 3%:
Anton Apple is more of a granny smith style apple; acidic, crisp, and my favorite type of apple. The Fuji Apple helps balance out the acidity by adding a refreshing sweet bite. It also helped bring the watermelon sweetness out of that too sweet zone and back to the sweetness I was looking for.
Cactus (INW) 0.25%:
Adds the juicy, wet mouthfeel that that every watermelon flavor needs. Not much more to say about this since it doesn't affect the taste at such a low %.
Not a lot to say about this recipe.
The profile watermelon licorice.
Both of these flavors sound disgusting together, but come together quite nicely.
The cap sweet watermelon in this recipe as low as it is to add a salt water taffy vibe to the juice.
LA watermelon is the star of the show, combined with honeysuckle it becomes a wonderful watermelon syrup flavor.
FA Anise is EXTREMELY potent. 0.15 is all you'll need for a well rounded flavor.
Sweetener is not preferred in this mix, though pyure at 1% would be best.
From @Queuetue : I find boston rounds to be the very best bottles for mixing and temporary storage. I use them for my VG and PG as well as on the scale while I'm making a mix. With a top that's easy to fill, easy to cap and with minimal access to air, I keep a bunch on hand for unflavored base, or whatever project I may be up to for handy, quick access.
The tip is small enough to use with most top-fill RTAs or RDAs as well.