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Mixed berries, no creams or bakeries.
Using forest fruit as a building block will get you a 'decent at worst' result 90% of the time. With as much as it has going on, I only needed a couple berries to push into a bit of a new direction while still keeping the heart of the vape distinctly forest fruit. Wanting to get a little more saturated currant flavor up front, sweet currant was an easy grab. Blueberry juicy ripe is a flavor that I've beeen digging for awhile and it pairs nicely with the sweet currant. The dragonfruit is used at a 1 percent to add a little background note while also blending this whole thing into a tasty mixed berry profile. I like it with a quarter percent sweetener and mix every other 30ml with 1% ws23 but feel free to dress it up how you like.
This can be vaped off the literal shake and you will get a delicious currant and blueberry forward vape, 24 hrs and it starts to meld together.
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.
My inspiration here is Beast Mode by Mum's Elixers. One of my favorite commercial juices
-TPA Papaya - I wanted Papaya to be the top note here, and being such a strong flavor, 2% fits the bill. It's a nice almost candy like Papaya flavor
-TPA Cantaloupe - Helps brighten up and add more tropical notes to the Papaya
-TPA Pomegrante - Adds a little bit of tartness to the overall flavor
-TPA Dragonfruit - Used as an emulsifier to blend everything together
-CAP Super Sweet - Use at your preferred level.
Tested on Citadel with 3.5mm, 0.22Ω, 28ga Badazd Super Flat Quad coil at 55w
This recipe is an homage to Inaweras Sesame, the flavor that kept me off cigarettes when I started vaping.
A sweet and fluffy bakery profile with just the right amount of crusty spiciness and fresh apple slices inside.
INW Biscuit, OoO Yellowcake, CAP Sugar Cookie and FA Custard Premium build the bakery base of this recipe. The yellowcake tastes amazing but lacks some creaminess which is why I added the one and only premium custard. Biscuit and sugar cookie take care of crust and delicious sweetnesses.
FA Fuji Apple is amazing on its own but gets some help by FA Lime Tahity adding a little sour juiciness and TPA Dragonfruit which helps the apple flavor not to get lost between the bakery flavors.
And then there is the star of this recipe. INW Sesame is a strong concentrate that gets far too little attention. It’s toasted, nutty notes are the key to make this recipe what it is.
Get your hands on this flavor if you don’t own it yet! I know you will like it.
Give this mix at least 10 days to steep because that’s when the sesame will start to kick in!
I mixed this for my dvarw and vapefly holic mtl attys but please let me know how it performs on a DL device.
(no you can’t sub or leave out the sesame, rather mix another apple pie instead)
I made this recipe a year and a half ago for my girlfriend and my stepbrother and they vape at least 60ml each every month... I thought it would be nice to share it since they enjoy it so much. To me it's a cross between the orange powder fun dip and the cheap little orange gumball that you get at Halloween( with a touch of lychee of course but it's tasty😋). It's ok S&V but a little bit harsh for me, give it 3 days to calm down.
Blood Orange Creamy Vanilla Ice Cream
Add cooling if you want. I hate it.
FW Blood Orange is really good buut I find it super harsh on my throat parts. So I used it at 1% and filled up the orange flavor with Juicy Orange. Added a touch of Dragonfruit to make it even juicier.
OOO Whipped Cream for body and a light vanilla note. TPA Vanilla Bean Ice Cream because its tried and true.
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So I was intrigued by the Prickly Victory and tried it. A good recipe but I felt something was missing. Obviously with only two ingredients, there's a lot you can do with it to improve it to your personal liking.
I have been going through Wayne's Water-Malone bottles at an alarming rate. So I though, why not combine it with Prickly and see what comes of it (replacing the melon flavors for Prickly Victory's flavors. Well, enjoyment came out of it, but I still felt that it needed something to push it just a bit further. So I went through my flavor stash to see what felt right. I pulled the FE Lemon from my stash and felt like this could be something. Tried it at 0.5% and immediately knew that this was just right. I personally add 0.5% WS-23 also.
The name obviously comes from Wayne Walker and Prickly Victory. I'd have chosen to make this a derivative from Water Malone also, but I don't know if you can make it derivative from two recipes. So I chose to make it as a derivative of Prickly, as it is more Prickly than Malone. If it is possible, let me know and I'll fix that.