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An old recipe I created back when I was first doing DIY in 2016. Rebalanced a bit for Noted, bit not quite finished.
It's a peach bellini inspired vape. Champagne with peach, and a twist of citrus to give it some depth.
I plan to tweak it by swapping out the lemon to a better one in the future, with maybe some other tweaks for v2 (better peach, maybe coolant?)
Because I do not have any other type of champagne, I decided to just make an "artificial" champagne instead. To me this one is do simple to me it kind of became unsure what fruits I wanted to use so I went with Grape Soda by FW and Blueberry Extra by TFA in which support each other pretty well together. The sweetener by far was just the cherry on top. This is my version of what a candy like jolly rancher would taste like as a champagne flavor.
Please enjoy, vape, and provide some feedback!
So Coming back to this recipe was a good idea. With champagne, wine, and other alcohols you have a dry and bitter effect to the mouth or tongue so I decided to revise this recipe and hopefully it comes out to be a better beverage and not so much candied feel to it! LOL.
A smooth, juicy pear candy. Remember as a kid eating Pez candies? Imagine a handful of Pez textured candy mixed with the ripest, juiciest pear picked straight from the most bountiful pear tree all whipped together is a refreshing, candy textured eliquid. A great all day vape for you fruit/candy lovers.
Derived from my Gummy Grapes, I wanted to add something more without breaking the Purple Grape profile. So I combined it with another bold but light flavor, Lychee!
Cap Sweet Lychee was the choice as it already has a candy property with something similar to a very light musk candy that goes well with the Grape.
Add sweetner if you want to, I did.
Got this idea after Wayne's Concept to Concentrate series. I spent a lot of time in college working with rappers producing and mixing tracks for them, and dirty sprite was a staple in the booth. I do not want to promote the use of drinking codeine, but if I were to vape a delicious e-juice version of it, this is what I came up with. A lemon/lime soda dominant flavor with grape syrup and hard candies.
CAP Lemon Lime/TFA Citrus Punch/TFA Champagne/VT Fizzy Sherbet - Soda base, trying to go with more of a sprite feel
FW Grape Soda - Wanted a thick syrup texture to the grape on this one, and the feel with FW Grape Soda really lingers on the tongue, I left this a little light in the recipe as a small after-note
FW Hard Candy - Just an addition to get some of that hard candy taste in with the juice, adds some additional sweetness
TFA Koolada/CAP Super Sweet - These are optional, but I usually like my soda vapes with a little Koolada and CAP Super Sweet if you want to make it pop even more
This was a nightmare to create! Aperol Spritz is a very famous italian cocktail based on Aperol bitter, champagne and sparkling water. Of course the star of the show is the Aperol with it's orange and aromatic herbs in it. The champagne in this cocktail it's mainly the stage where Aperol will act.
In order to create the right orange mix I tried really a lot of them in the market, but at the end, not a coincidence IMHO, the italians oranges of FA( FA orange and FA tanger) where the most similar to the orange flavor of Aperol.
I tried a lot of herbs too, but all they would distract the nose. So I started searching for bitter notes and of course I found the FA bitter wizard, but it has an off note in it, so I searched for other flavors with a bitter in it to pair with FA bitter wizard. At the end the best answer was FA bergamot in order to remain in citrus area and get a bitter note to pair to FA bitter wizard.
But the very fascinating and strange thing in Aperol Spritz is the combination of bitter and sweet. Of course I used a bit of CAP super sweet, but a bit of vanillin was really necessary here to give a sweet contrast to the recipe.
For champagne I used TPA champagne both for calm down the cost of this recipe with something cheap and because this is not a bully wine flavor like others.
At the end I worried about how to give a sparkling esperience to this recipe. I watched a lot of Noted episode in youtube to find inspiration and at the end the answer came from @ID10T and his endorcement of VT fizzy sherbet.
Now guys I really ask you from the bottom of my heart to review this recipe in order to give me a partial compensation for all this work on it.