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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.
I have no Idea what a unicorn cocktail tastes like but I imagine that it looks like what this tastes like. Sweet and fruity with a touch of tartness from the lemon lime. For this week's episode. Cap Hibiscus offers a nice sweet syrupiness to the mix.
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.
Blue Razz Slush is one of my favourite profiles, and I've been meaning to make a nice one for MTL / Pod users. There was one original recipe I remember vaping when I first started DIY, so I decided to take that and work from there - considering even the author said it could definitely be worked on more. This is one of my more complex recipes especially for a Pod / MTL setup. SnV Certified
Tested on a Cthulu 1928 & Smoant Pasito, 2.5mm 6 wraps Round Wire SS @ 15w. 25mg/mL Nicotine Content
OSD Blue Raspberry Slush & LB Blue Raspberry - OSD Blue Raspberry slush came from the original recipe I built from. It's a pretty damn good blue raspberry flavour, and I highly recommend anyone who loves blue raspberry to get it. I did think it needed a bit of support though, especially in lower power devices, so thats where LB Blue Raspberry comes in. These two together make a really nice and sweet Blue Raspberry taste that is pretty upfront, and OSD Blue Raspberry Slush also somewhat brings in the slush mouthfeel.
INW Raspberry WG & INW Lemon Mix - Foment has always commented on how INW Raspberry WG really brightens and ties together OSD Blue Raspberry slush. That is the main point of being here, it also brings in a bit more sweetness that was definitely needed. I also added in a bit of INW Lemon Mix considering it was in the previous recipe (but using Lemon sicily which just faded too quickly) and I found without it, there was a slight citrus tone missing that really made things feel like an artificial blue raspberry.
CAP Hibiscus - I stole this idea from @Apexified. He used it in his Blue Frost recipe and I was hooked from there. CAP Hibiscus at this % really brings in a sticky and sweet mouthfeel that just really makes things stick in your mouth even after vaping. This is perfect for representing a slushy for obvious reasons, and works very well even in a pod / MTL setup.
WS-23 - Slushies needs to be cold obviously! You can adjust the % of this if you want, but I found 1% in my pasito / cthulu was enough for me.
Hope you enjoy! Please leave a review if you try out the recipe :)
I use a pod for vaping 50 mg juice while I'm at work. I haven't found a single recipe that was for such a high nicotine mix so after trying out several of the mtl pod recipes on here and being dissapointed I decided to work on something simple and strong to get through the high nic mix.
This is the best 50mg nic juice I have vaped and decided to share since this area is lacking in diy.
It's simple and could easily be adapted to be better I'm sure but so far this has been working for me and I no longer waste 25 bucks on store bought juice that tastes terrible most of the time.
This is a Blue Raspberry and Strawberry Slush recipe that is named after my wife because it’s her favorite. I’ve gone through many versions before finally settling on this one. The percentages are high and the flavor is strong but that’s exactly what she wanted so feel free to dial down anything that you feel is too much. If you mix this up, I hope you enjoy it as much as she has. Let me know what you think!
Revised, reformulated, and remixed. It's been almost 2 years since I made the original
and in the last year it hasn't changed. But I'd kind of always wanted to go back and simplify
the mix. When I got my hands on some WS-23 one of the first things I thought after trying it
was that it was the "Frost" I needed in Blue Frost.
With new found inspiration I decided to strip Blue Frost down to the essentials.
I dropped the FLV Raspberry, FW Razzleberry and TFA Sweetener; the first two because they
are superfluous and the last because I never really used sweetener when I mixed it for myself
(and when I do Cap/PUR Super Sweet are the way to go.)
Wayne was right about the Razzleberry watering down the mix and the candied raspberry
effect it brought to the table was already covered by the combination of Raspberry Sweet and
Blue Raspberry Cotton Candy.
Cap Hibiscus: I'd seen it mentioned several times that this flavor works well in slushee mixes and
in ConcreteRiver's review he describes a "Lingering sticky sweet mouthfeel, again more pronounced with
higher wattages. Almost like the way the syrup in a slurpee sticks to your mouth long after you take
And, of course, he's right. It works well to bridge the gaps and enhance the syrupy aspect of Blue Slush.
WS-23: This stuff is the best coolant I've tried, hands down. I worked my way up from .25% and it kept getting
colder and colder with no perceptible off notes or funky muskiness like I get from Koolada (as low as .5%)
At %1 it's a perfect frost, adding all the cold without affecting any of the flavor. This stuff is amazing and
quite addicting, I kind of want to put it in everything now.
The original Blue Frost was 90% where I wanted it and after working on it so long, I was
satisfied with where it was at. Now it's 100% to my palate and officially done. So if you've
tried Blue Frost, please mix this up and let me know what you think :)