By: Molinberry (MB)
Used in 239 recipes at an average of 4.395%.
Smooth watermelon with a hint of pineapple and a soft candy/taffy edge.
This recipe is a 'remixed' version of an older recipe of mine (https://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/3451967/drag%20the%20waters) created back in February, although remixing one's own work would just be developing a recipe I guess.... Anyways, I made a 30ml of it recently and while I thought it was pretty good at the time, revisiting it made me realize there was definitely room to improve. When I created that recipe I did not have MB big but I felt it would fit here. Sour gummy candy and strawberry taffy work well but their percentages needed to be adjusted. INW dragonfruit was ok but I felt what it brought to the mix could be reevaluated and other concentrates could fill the gaps better. Shisha strawberry ended up being unnecessary in the end.
Couple of caveats here- I do not get a strong strawberry flavor from the CAP taffy, it is used more for weight in the candy base. I do have issues tasting some strawberries though so this flavor may bleed through differently in your mix. Conversely I can pick up FLV sour apple quite easily so I added it in at a very low percentage, feel free to bump it a tad if you are not as sensitive to its flavor.
The watermelon combo is the cornerstone of this mix with MBs flavor setting up the WF as a secondary concentrate that brings another dimension to our main note and carries a candied/gummy edge. Next I went with FLV sour apple using it for a tart/sour/ acidic note to break up the linear flavor of the watermelon and staying with the candy theme. I stated above why it is used so low, you may choose to bump it up a tad to get a bit more of the concentrate to shine through. Complimenting what the sour apple brings with pineapple sweetness and acidity as well as a touch of candied flavor, VT sugarloaf completes this mix leaving me with a sweet and flavorful finishing note trailing on the exhale.
When I initally mixed this I didn't use dragonfruit and got quite an interesting result. Watermelon was the prominent flavor on the inhale, but I had what seemed to be bits of the other flavors popping in and out. While this was kind of unique having a pseudo 'layered' effect, it was a bit tiring on my palate after a few drags being as flavor saturated as this mix is. Adding the dragonfruit gave me the cohesion I was looking for, wrapping this mix into a super flavorful candy vape.
As always sweeten to taste but being a candy-ish profile I used super sweet a touch higher than I usually would giving a bit of a 'sugar lips' finish.
WS23 may work here (~0.5 to 1%) as well but sitting in the 60's at the moment I'm not looking for cooling.
A true SnV as this is killer off the rip, overnight steep just gives a tad more time for everything meld together.
Simple tasty watermelon peach recipe made for this week's on mixin vixens. I heard Phil B likes watermelon peach mixes so I made this.
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So, the story behind this recipe is fairly simple. @AlfredPudding spent a fair amount of time in the diy e_juice discord and was very generous with his time and energy. I had asked him for some help in cloning one of my first juices, Frozen Hulk Tears. The man, the myth, the legend came back at me with this mix telling me both (1) this will be a better version and (2) the cap SS is essential here and not to mess with that scary 1%. He was right on both accounts. I've silently enjoyed this recipe for a good while and had asked a while back if he minded I shared it. I just never really got around to posting it, unsure also about how to properly do the recipe justice, or thank my friend properly for making something this amazing that truly hits that spot.
If you liked Frozen Hulk's Tears or just like a sour apple/watermelon profile, try this.
Original art by @zany
Bubba is throwing a carnival and you're all invited. Don't forget to grab some deep fried watermelon ice cream on your way out. For y'all new to BubbazBrewz, Bubba is my dog. He is a great dane/black lab mix. Bubba likes to eat everything he can smell, and we here like have a nose for flavor and a passion for DIY and affordable vaping.
Times like these are too stressful, so I wanted something reminiscent of a day at the fair. Loading up on fried sweets and sprinkling in sweet fruity treats. I'd come home with a blissful stomach ache every time. Those were the days weren't they?
LB Vanilla IC is one of those gems that has gotten a ton of attention recently. I actually pulled it out of the first box I started DIY with from LBs starter kit. This is a delicious VIC base for this fried watermelon ice cream
WF- VC extra brings a more complete feeling to the Vanilla ice cream, as LB lacks a touch of the 'nilla' essence.
WF deep fried pastry dough - one of the main components here for the carnival fried food effect. May be replaced down the road but for now it stays where it stays.
MB Big Watermelon - we are hooked on this melon here at bubbaz and we love the somewhat artificial candied taste of this watermelon flavor. We often eat a watermelon sherbert from Wally world that tastes just like it.
Cap sweet watermelon - extra layering for the watermelon flavor so the MB doesn't get lost in the deep fryer
Acetyl Pyrazine - this is our choice on this mix to help boost the fried flavor of the whole mix. 2 drops per 15 ml is our reccomendation.
So this is pretty straight forward. I love sour gummy candy and after being inspired by Noted's "Gummy Candy" and "2019 Flavors of the Year" episodes I decided I wanted to mix up some thing that was fruity, sour and sweet.
I used the MB Big Watermelon to back up the WF Sour Watermelon Candy. I didn't want it over powered by the FLV Peach Gummy. Adding the candylike WF Strawberry(Juicy) gave me the mixed fruit combination. It's a relatively simple recipe, but I enjoy it.