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This recipe was inspired by Philosaphucker's Grack Juice.
It reminds me of Cool aid grapes flavor.
TPA Grape Juice and CAP Concord grape
These two flavors serves as the base of this recipe. It gives a good hint of grape flavor on the inhale, and smooth grape exhale.
CAP Sweet Strawberry
This adds some texture to the mix. If you think about eating grapes, it has the same texture as eating strawberries.
This is one of my favorites watermelon flavor. It don't compete with other flavors and it gives this recipe a some wetness into it.
This gives some body into the mix
This add some consistency on the exhale. It gives that edge when it comes to adding some authenticity to the grape flavor that I'm trying to achieve in this recipe
This goes well with this recipe. I tried using Koolada but I dont like it because the grape flavors dies down a bit.
This also adds consistency and it blends well with this recipe.
CAP Super Sweet
This adds that processed sweetness of Koolaid drink
Smooth, Blue, Delicious.
Have you got a craving for something delicious?
A complex blend of deep berries compliments a full bodied creaming soda with a delightful body of vanilla marshmallow.
Sometimes you don't realise what you crave the most till it's gone!
This is "Crave" !
I hope you enjoy this just as much as I enjoyed creating this recipe, but let me know what you thought in the comments below.
I enjoy this at 60W on a Single 0.2ohm SST coil on a Recurve RDA.
Steep Time 5-7 days
Seriously if you like a solid recipe that works give it a go!
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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.
In the end I think there is definitely some tweaking that can be done, but 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 simple & delicious pomegranate and berry coco cream.
This recipe pays homage to one of my favorite ADV’s in my neck of the woods, sold as an one shot. This is my interpretation of a simple fruity mix with a touch of ice.
FA Pomegranate and INW Raspberry are the stars here and provide an authentic, earthy & deep red fruit base. These 2 were destined to be wed and compliments one another to birth this magnificent hatchling.
FA Coconut provides an intriguing, intricate, creaminess whilst imparting a delicate natural coconut edge. I have tried various other coconut choices but this one just works here so much better.
FA cream fresh blends our fruit masterfully and, off course, adds that delicious creaminess which has made this baby a staple in every self respecting DIY’ers arsenal.
WS23 is used to add an icy edge and keeps this ensemble from being linear. The OG uses menthol but I realize that most mixers prefer WS23, hence the inclusion.
This baby is good to go after 2 or 3 days!
This is not ment to be mixed as is, I mean, it could and it'll taste like a sprite, which of course isn't all that bad, but can get boring pretty fast on its own. The purpose of me sharing this is for you to use as base to put your own fruits or other flavors on top.
First of all, my take on achieving a "fizzy vibe" in a recipe... As true effervescence is not (yet) possible to achieve in vape form, I feel that the sprite esque citrus notes from those flavors is as close as you can get to vaping a soda. Seeing as lemon/lime pairs well with pretty much any fruit out there, you'll be able to do a lot with this base.
The starting % are pretty low, but it's usually where I start when I make a new mix.
FLV Citrus Soda at 1.25% is where I start to get that "fizzy" feeling from it. I think it's usually best between 1-2% depending on what your goals are and what other flavors your mix it with.
CAP Lemon Lime is just straight up sprite almost. It's usually what I start to add more of if I feel the "fizz" is missing, and I think it works best between 1-3%.
WS-23 as cooling works extremely well here to really sell that cold fizzy vibe. If you haven't used it before, start at 0.25%. Personally I do 0.5% - 1% depending on current mood.
I don't have anything against sweetener really, but I don't like using it with this base. I mean it's definitley still good, and it can probably help a lot of other flavors in different ways so I'm not saying don't use it. I do however think it takes away the tanginess of the citrus flavors, thus making it slightly less fizzy. It's a personal preference though, but I never use it with this base. Usually other fruits, florals, etc can be used as sweeteners or are inheretly sweet themselves.
Other good flavors:
VT Fizzy Sherbet can be used in combination with any of the other too, around 1-4% is usually where I use this, depending on what else is in the mix of course.
FA Aurora also great lemon/lime flavor that can be used together with with FLV Citrus Soda or VT Fizzy Sherbet, use between 0.5-2%.
FLV Lime be careful with this one, it's very potent. Start at 0.2%
FLV Pink Guava the grapefruit note from this flavor can also help boost FLV Citrus Soda, that extra tang is usually needed if you want a soda type recipe. Seeing as this is not a lemon/lime flavor like the others, it's not pairing compatible with as many other flavors. But for the right recipe, this can be amazing.
Great flavors, but bad for making a soda:
FA Lime (Tahity) Cold Pressed & VT Persian Lime - don't get me wrong, both of these are GREAT flavors for most purposes, but they are terrible to use in combination with FLV Citrus Soda. What they do is just put a "lid" on the fizzy notes. Makes everything flat in a sense. They add a great lime note, but if you use them high enough, they will take all the carbonated vibes out of the equation. I won't say don't use them, but I think there are better alternatives if you want to boost the lime in this scenario.
A nice tropical grapefruit inhale with a sweet and sour lemon exhale. Honeysuckle mingles throughout and gives this vape a nice floral touch. WS-23 cools it and brings an icy touch. Delicious.