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I saw this recipe for the famous blue milk in Starwars thats served at Disney galaxy's edge park in Oga's cantina . I found this recipe online and my thoughts are making some new flavor profiles on just the drinks that they serve 😎🛸 may the force be with you ✌ the blue or green colors are food dye they add to the drinks and is non dairy they use rice milk.
Looking for a nice sweet pod recipe? Look no further folks, we've got a tasty one here!
This recipe starts with the fantastic 3-2-1 strawberry trinity, follows it up with a delicious combo of pur/fa watermelons and finishes it off with some jelly candy.
This has become the favorites of several of my close friends and its the only thing my girlfriend vapes. It would be a shame not to share it!
Sweeten as desired. If you enjoy menthol flavors start at about .6% ( I use a 50/50 mix of ecx ws-23 and ecx menthol solution, .3% each, with great results)
For pods I use a 50/50 vg/pg ratio and a healthy dose of nicotine. If you want to sub ohm this recipe, you can raise the ratio and reduce the flavoring some since it wont have to rise above all that nicotine.
A quick, delicious and Refreshing sweet Strawberry Watermelon Lemonade for MTL.
Not much to say on this, I used my favorite Strawberry, lemonade and Watermelon to make a sweet and refreshing MTL vape!
SS, I'd say yes. But hey, take it out if you dont like the sweet stuff in life.
Tested on Berserker 1.5 MTL with a 0.55 Ohm Nano Fused Clapton
Recipe for a coworker. Started as FLV bubble gum, VT bubble gum base, FLV watermelon and wild melon
She wanted to try a sweeter candied watermelon, switched from 1.5 flv watermelon/.75 flv wild melon to 3% pur watermelon.
We've been running this recipe for a while since with no changes, so I am making it public. Adjust menthol to taste(or remove that nasty stuff entirely!)
Profile inspired by an orgasm ejuice clone. https://www.ldpln.com/one-up-vapor-orgasm/
You will more than likely need to increase percentages (per the norm) as I mix low.
You can substitute the Apricot with a peach you like, if you want. ( I have issue with peach flavors so I sub'd for apricot)
You can also sub the watermelon for a different brand if you prefer. I just like PUR's.
This is what would happen if you spliced together a watermelon and blue raspberry Jolly Rancher. The strawberry gummy candy is in there to help fuse the two together and juice it up a bit. If you do not have the PUR-Watermelon the LA-Watermelon Clear would be the next best thing to sub for it. One word of caution though, when I tried this with menthol it severely muted the flavors.
There isn't anything too complicated here, it's a nice watermelon candy with a kiss of cherry.
MB Red Cherry is pretty amazing, it doesn't have any of the weirdness that most cherries have. It's not a black cherry, it's a sweet red cherry as described in it's name. It does have some candy properties, but it will work well in a juice or anything else that calls for a bright cherry. Best of all there's no medicinal qualities. If you're a fan of cherry, you should definitely have this.
The watermelon is simple enough, the new CAP watermelon candy reminds me of watermelon bubble gum on it's own. I don't exactly want the gum, just that candied watermelon it does well. Adding some PUR watermelon helps push that candied note further to the top.
The TFA strawberry here doesn't lend any flavor. It's only used to help drive the candy home and give that cherry a boost. It helps the cherry linger on the back end of the vape so this is what remains after the exhale.
Its solid right after the shake, but I always prefer at least an overnight steep. The sweetener isn't mandatory, but it's a candy profile so I highly suggest some. FW at 1% was perfect for me.
This is a Tiger's Blood recipe optimized for pod/MTL vaping. Purilum watermelons the most important ingredient, it's got a sweet candy vibe and does great work here. If you don't have JF - Sweet Strawberry you could sub it for the CAP version but they're pretty different, results not guaranteed. Tiger's Blood is all about the creamy coconut, so I layered them a bit. Give it two days for the fruits to relax and the coconut to come through.
The coolants are optional. At this level they don't really cool the vape just add a bit of mouthfeel. You could also use one or the other at .7% if you don't have both.