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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.
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MIX: 60VG // 40PG
This recipe utilizes the Water Malone base, skipping the Dragonfruit, and infuses a great lemonade base from OOO Lemonade and FA Lemon Sicily.
Made Live Here:
If you're looking to use the Water Malone one-shot, mix at recommended percentage (10%), and add the same lemon base at the same percentages, skip the sucralose, but add the touch of ice. =)
I was thinking back upon the times I used to drink Cream Sodas, and having Italian Sodas from CPK. I thought hey why not add mango to this mix? I love mangos especially mango juice. So here we are, a mango cream soda with a refreshing bit of cool to it.
WF Island Mango is a really excellent mango and really does a great job at capturing the sweetness and flavor to a very ripe yellow mango. FLV Mango is yet another excellent one and adds the body of the fruit without the common overwhelming chese notes. VTA Shisha Mango is sweet yet has a bit of sour bite which is perfect for rounding off the fruit and giving it a bit of acidity to it.
VT Creaming Soda is the real player here and is quite phenominal for a cream soda base. I used it here at 1.5% as I didn't want to overwhelm the mix with notes of vanilla.
Now mangos are pretty naturally sweet fruits, and I wanted to replicate that profile especially since a cream soda is sweet on its own. I didn't want any off notes or muting so I settled for FW Sweetener and used it at 0.4% here just to give it a touch of sweetness since WF Island Mango is already sweet enough.
Lastly two drops of WS-23 or 0.25% provides just enough coolness to the mix to give it that nice iced finished without overtaking the whole mix.
I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as I have making it. Please feel free to rate and comment it.
A cool, dragonfruit elderflower recipe.
INW Dragonfruit is the main fruit note here, and standing next to it is FLV Elderflower with its unique, refreshing floral brand .
TFA Dragonfruit lends some emulsification support.
INW Cactus is there to lend a bit of sour/tart and boost the juiciness of the Dragonfruit.
TFA Wintergreen blends seamlessly with the WS-23, giving a cool green-ness that doesn't get minty. Tried with 0.5% WS-23 at first, but I found the coolant was overshadowing the other flavors too much.
Jack Daniels Tennesse Whiskey, Lemonade and a splash of Triple sec.
The Bourbon Trifecta by ID10-T works wonderfully here The Charred oak and sweetness from flavorah gives a lot of autheticity to the mix with only 0.5% while Kentucky Bourbon and VTA Bourbon add sweet bourbon, booze notes and some extra woody flavour.
Flavorah Lemonade its so good.. here plays the role of the citrus lemon-limey lemonade.
VTA Orange Tang is our Triple Sec, mixed with the bourbon booze note from VTA Bourbon gives the illusion of adding triple sec and also brings some fizzy notes and sweetness to make up for the simple syrup as Flavorah is a pretty natural lemonade.
You can Omit Ws-23 to get extra booze notes as it kills the top booze note but this cocktail is served on ice so .. you choose.
( if you omit ws23 drop by half the sweetener)
It's that old Honey Pearry by the Vapor Chef profile - honeydew and pear with a hint of strawberry, with some new twists.
TFA Honeydew is already outrageously juicy, and I've enjoyed recipes that use INW Cactus to make it even juicier. But if you do that, you have to deal with the taste of INW Cactus. Enter the new INW Prickly Pear. It's almost as juicy as Cactus. I don't think it actually tastes like prickly pear fruit, though it might if mixed with something like CAP Sweet Guava. But, I digress. It really tastes like some kind of juicy, sweet apple/melon blend. Which makes it a perfect complement for honeydew/pear. Next, cooling. The Honeydew-Pear pairing was already a fantastic summer juice because it's so juicy and refreshing, but I never thought to add cooling to it back in the day because Koolada/Polar Blast never seemed like it would be a good fit. Add some WS-23, though... wow.