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I created this recipe using my "Moscato Liquido" layer.
I wanted to use my Moscato layer in a Fruit Juice but did not want to do the average Grapple or some thin kind of fruit juice. I figured a Tropical vibe would be weird enough with a Grape layer and gave it a try.
This turned out very tasty! A strange and delicious mix that I can only describe as a Pink or slight red Tropical fruit Juice with a unique mouth watering grape twist to it.
The Pink - The combination of the Shisha strawberry and FLV Pink Guava is where I got the tropical notes from. The Shisha melting the tropical guava and Citrus notes down into a sweet nectar that mixes into the Grape layer.
WS23 - added to bring in the cool Beverage boost
Sweetner - Yes add it. the profile is not the same if you leave it out. I would say the lowest the SS should go is 0.25... LOWEST!
Give this a Mix if you are looking for something fresh
Changes: If you like a longer lasting Guava, Add some CAP Sweet Guava to this!
My idea here was to make a base layer for a Grape Juice or a Juice that can be used as a Moist Juicy layer for a fruity Fruit Juice! Inspiration is basically from how a grape and apple combo is used in most fruit juices as a background or base layer.
Moscato @ 2% its is perfect to me as very visible White grape without adding funky or bitter dry notes that I usually get from white grapes. The texture from the Moscato really pops here too, much like a watery flesh layer inside a grape.
Fuji apple & Country apple combo here to create the Fresh apple juice that is then combined with the Grape.
FA pear is only here for some moistness and a touch of texture wrapping up this profile as a Liquid.
- Add some coolant if its an Iced Beverage or something that needs a coolant.
- Berries (Strawberries & Blueberries)
- Fruit Beverages
- Fruity Vapes
- Juicy Gummy Candies
Discussed it in this Vid:
This started out as an experiment to test Honeydew as I have not used it before (I have tasted it in other mixes, but never used it myself until now). I also had some FE Mango around that I wanted to try.
A soft tropical Juice putting attention on the Honeydewz! Using Mango as my boosting tropical background and Country apple to liven things up with a fresh fruit vibe.
I also added some FA Pear for a touch of moistness and some TPA Sour Apple for a pucker of tarty freshness of a delicious fruit Juice.
This vapes great as a SnV! and Strangely also changes flavor depending on temp/wattage vaped at. Lower wattages I get mostly Honeydew and Higher tempts a more blended Honeydew with the Mango and WS23 coming forward.
A Great Summer Vape!
SS- Leave sweetener out if you want to BUT I used 0.4% SS. Your choice.
WS23 - Push up to desired %
Give this a mix if you enjoy Honeydew or Mango
My first recipe when I started DIY was an apple pie recipe. At that time I thought it was a great apple pie and I still think it's really good but I wanted to make an even better apple pie. Instead of trying to modify my original recipe I decided to start from scratch and this is the result.
The crust of this pie (FA GC/CAP Cinn Sugar/FLV Pastry Zest) I borrowed from @RinVapes Cinnamon Pear Tart (https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/134961#cinnamon_pear_tart_by_rinvapes). This is an excellent crust that would work with a lot of different pies in my opinion. I did increase the percentages since she does mix low and I think it works perfect here.
The apple custard layer (PUR Country Apple/FLV Apple Filling/INW Custard) was inspired by @mlNikon who seems to be a fan of PUR Country Apple and has used the Country Apple/Apple Filling combination in her recipes. I wanted to make this more than just an apple pie though so I added INW Custard to make an Apple Custard Pie (which is great pie if you've never had it).
Overall, I'm very happy with the way that this recipe turned out. It's not quite as custard-y as the picture would suggest but it does have a nice light vanilla eggyness and the slight buttery flavor from the custard lends itself nicely to the crust. Since I used INW Custard in this recipe you can SnV with no issues but the flavors all come together best after a 3-5 day steep which is where I prefer to vape it.
I original made a version of this recipe for mixers club. Tasted great at first but after a few weeks steep I wasn't pleased with it. Dave Id10T suggested i add some FLV Apple Filling to it so that is what I did. Messed around with the percentages and gave my testers a good steep. Going on 3 months now and my tester tastes as good as it did after 7 days. Quite pleased with how this came together and in time for the fall/winter recipe time.
FLV Apple Filling: adds a great cinnamon spice note and improves the overall apple note of the mix.
FA Apple Pie: Not really any apple in this but it does add a nice bakery note.
Pur Country Apple: Brings a syrupy apple with no cinnamon or spice to the mix.
HS French Vanilla Icecream: Brings a creamy vanilla element to the mix.
My tobacco combo: Kentucky has some mild spice notes that pair well with the cinnamon in FLV Apple Filling & FLV Turkish. FLV Turkish is mostly spice and it helps keep the Kentucky from fading away in a long steep.
EDIT: OK, anything below is out the window. It's gone through so many changes since I posted this that the profile has nothing to do with where I began or was striving for. HOWEVER, it came out to be a really tasty vape so that's why I'm leaving it up.
Was trying to emulate my favorite pipe tobacco I used to roll into cigarettes back in the day. It kind of took a turn when the profile matched, but the experience was just meh. Added some depth with the fruit and it rounded out nicely but nowhere close to what I was going for. Incredibly smooth.
This is one of those, that if you don't have all the flavors, you can probably mix and match, but if you're getting sick of the same fruit/desert mixes, winter is rolling around and you need a change, go for the Nic Riv splurge and get em all. You need these in your pantry anyways.
This is a simple yet oh so tasty apple tart. Pur country apple is like a great baked apple or apple sauce flavor. The apple filling helps bring that texture home with some welcoming spice. The caramel cinnamon roll helps to add to the cinnamon note while bringing a nice warm caramel-y bread-y texture that gets the crust started and lets Pie Crust bring it home with that dry, flaky texture. This is simple yet very addictive. If you want, you can add your favorite sweetener but imo, it doesn't really need any.