By: Molinberry (MB)
Used in 158 recipes at an average of 2.927%.
One Inch Punch is a fruit mocktail created by Guerrilla Street Foods I saw on TV when Mr. Flavortown himself went to visit St. Louis. After I saw it, I thought "Damn, I want to go to St. Louis!" Yes, words I had never expected to have uttered out loud. Well, this recipe is the next best thing!
SSA Garden Mint - This flavour is absolute fire! Straight up fresh mint leaves with virtually no menthol or cooling. Very potent, and can easily overtake a mix. 0.5% is the perfect amount.
FLV Sweet Coconut - for the coconut water part of the profile, subtle and adds a bit of sweetness.
Molinberry Funky Pineapple - This is straight up fresh pineapple chunks, no artificial or candy notes here. 2% is the right amount for this and most recipes. Crisp and clean, just like the Man from Del Monte!
FA Blackcurrant - This is actually quite a weak flavour, I find it blends the mix together. This takes the 3% spot, any lower and it just mutes things without adding any blackcurrant notes.
Feel free to adapt, remix, add a few drops of super sweet if you want, etc. Pretty pleasant after a day or two, but could be enjoyed as a shake n' vape.
This was my entry to the Developed summertime challenge. A creamy Pina Colada, I was able to create the original with a little advice from NaChef in the form of his recommendation of LB Coconut Milk. It really made a huge difference in the creaminess of the mix. During the airing of the the live show NaChef gave an awesome review of the recipe. Since that time I have messed with the profile several times. Including lowering the Coconut milk way down because after around a month of steeping it took over and ruined the mix. Also during the show NaChef mentioned that he likes to use MB Funky Pineapple with INW Pineapple and I have to agree with him, even though Cap Golden Pineapple was what I had at the time MB Funky Pineapple is a much better choice. I kept most of the original flavorings aside from MB Funky Pineapple and I dropped the Fa Menthol. I've had this recipe private on ELR since just after the challenge. And with Spring 2021 coming I figured I'd add it here for everyone to enjoy.
Good as a SNV but better after a few days.
There really isn't too much development to go on here. I got the yoghurt drink not too long ago and tested it and I got a fizzy note from it that I thought would pair well with a fruity type soda.
MB Funky Pineapple and VTA Sugarloaf pair really well together. It's a nice sweet full bodied pineapple.
VTA Yoghurt Drink and Fizzy Sherbert form the soda base.
Oba Oba candies up the pineapple and also adds a little bit of depth to the soda base bringing the whole thing together as one.
Give it a couple days to come together
After 8 or 9 attempts at this profile, I finally feel like I have something worth sharing with this recipe. It's not perfect by any means, but I think I'm going in the right direction here...
I used VT Frozen Pineapple Yoghurt more for the yogurt qualities it has, because at 3%, I don't feel that the pineapple is very strong.
NR Pineapple Sherbet is a GREAT flavor. It's unmistakably fresh pineapple. I'm not sure about the sherbet part - it may very well be present, but my palate is shit, so I probably just can't detect it.
MB Funky Pineapple & SC Pineapple are in here to make the pineapple SUPER effin pineappley. Feel free to swap SC with INW. I didn't because I feel like INW fades quickly, but I may try it in another version to see if it makes a difference.
VT Yoghurt Drink, aside from being a great flavor, adds some more yogurty body and the lemon note kind of acts as a bridge. Thanks @MaxSavage for that tip. :D
Also - I added 1 drop of SS & 0.5% FLV sweetness, but you do you. PLEASE feel free to leave ANY feedback, good or bad. I'm still learning, so it can only help!
Layering in sweet, juicy pineapples with tart grapefruit, and adding a touch of pixie stick candy and fizzy sherbs to put a lovely spin on this.
This is great as a SnV. But always suggest an overnight steep.
As always i add .3-.5% cap ss, about 1 or 2 drops per 10ml, and am testing on a pixie drop with a fused clapton .35
A luscious blend of juicy pineapple, mango & thick coconut cream
A twist on the traditional Pina Colada whilst staying true to the origins, albeit a virgin version. This version uses an alternative pineapple pairing, bolstered by sweet and juicy chucks of fresh mango...
The coconut base is nothing new - this combo is used in most Pina Colada recipes and it just works so well that I saw no need in reinventing the wheel. Each of these coconuts bring their unique characteristics to the party to form a deep & creamy coconut base without overwhelming the tropical fruit. The coconut trio is blended with FA Cream to fashion a delectable coconut cream worthy of the topical wonders about to be received...
The pineapple layer is comprised of a pairing which is a departure form the stock standard pineapple combos and brings a refreshing new dimension to this category. VT Sugarloaf & MB Funky Pineapple combines to form a succulent & authentic pineapple, set to rival the status quo. Naturally sweet without being candied and best of all, no tinned pineapple vibe!
FE Mango and FLV Mango adds another dimension by enhancing the tropical feel and prevents a linear vaping experience, often present in simple fruity vapes. The FLV Mango fortifies the authenticity of FE Mango and adds a delicious, almost 'dark' mango element to ensure it gets noticed through the pineapple puree.
Give this baby 5 days or so for the fruits to become friends.
Before heading off to Florida I made myself a little refreshing treat, a pineapple cream soda float... it’s a simple profile yet effectively different enough to appeal to everyone’s tropical side ;)
VTA creaming soda lays the base, MB funky and VTA sugarloaf provide the pineapple and what a great job they do... the FLV lemonade helps the pineapple by accenting it with a touch of lemon and helping the soda side of things. Finally the FA ice cream sits on top of the soda, only at 2% as I didn’t want it too heavy it fits in nice at that percentage.
Super sweet isn’t essential but totally worth it but to each their own and can be dropped out dependant on your tastes :)
Ws-23 works a treat in this recipe, you lose a bit of the cream but is really refreshing.
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