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Alabama Apple Pie Moonshine straight from the backwoods and ready to vape. Created from the same recipe that my husband uses to make his famous moonshine for football nights. Apple Stark/Fuji (At home it's straight Apple Juice) with the dragonfruit give this its great apple punch (we don't use cider in the real thing and didn't do it here). Bourbon gives it the punch of liquor flavor and the Rum while not boozy adds a little something to that Bourbon. We always use Sugar so it's present here in the sweetener and the brown sugar to give it a little depth. And the last note is the cinnamon because we always put a few sticks of it in the 5 gallon drum.
For any Brits around here you may be familiar with Robinsons Summer Fruits Squash. I was addicted to that stuff as a kid and tried to create a recipe that had a really sweet profile, but in a natural fruity way rather than sickly sweet. This is still a work in progress but I can't stop mixing this stuff so thought I'd make it my first shared recipe. It definitely has a floral note, which some may not like but is very much to my taste and the addition of LA Lemonade makes it more of a Robinsons Lemonade than a Robinsons Squash but given my new-found addiction to LA Lemonade I'm very pleased with this.
An icy swirl of sweet strawberry and tart kiwi. These bold, syrupy fruit flavors complement and contrast with one another in a tangy and refreshing soda that I can’t get enough of.
FA Kiwi: Hands down the best kiwi flavor around, tart and sweet.
TFA Strawberry Ripe & CAP Strawberry Sweet & TFA Strawberry = a syrupy strawberry stone
TFA Dragonfruit to emulsify and preserve the strawberry flavor.
CAP Jelly Candy = Adds a bit of texture, also adds some candy vibes to the soda.
WS23 = Closest thing to a cold fizz you're going to get.
Optional variation: If you want a little more "soda bite", you can add 1% RF Soda Base.
This came out delicious on the first attempt, and subsequent variations haven't improved on this formula much, only slightly balancing the fruits. I've also tried this with other combinations of strawberries (including the daveberry trifectae) in place of this strawberry stone, but ended up returning to the individual formula, then boosting the Kiwi and slightly reducing the Strawberry and Strawberry Ripe to make the kiwi a little more prominent in the mix.
This is my take on the classic Austrian dessert. Cinnamon and rum infused apples baked in a dough. The recipe was inspired by Cinapple Fritter [DIYorDIE].
When vaped it gives a warm apple and cinnamon taste with a hint of a buttery dough at the background.
Try adding 2-3% (CAP) Double Apple for more intense apple flavour.
Well long time no see...
I've mixed this recipe for my friends on numerous occasions this past year (probably made close to a hundred bottles of it by now) and it is the most requested juice that I make for them. I figured it must be ALRIGHT, so I decided to stick an edgy band name on it and publish it for the community that I'm honestly not really active in anymore in case any one wanted to give it a shot and also enjoyed it.
This is just a "prickly peach" type recipe that is an extremely easy vape in the summer due to the light fruity taste and WS-23 (I think this shit is literal crack and literally every single mixers "secret weapon" when mixing for non-mixers)
Prickly Peach - FA Peach White, FA Fuji, and INW Cactus
I think we all can agree (or at least we did a year ago when I was current on all the flavors out there) that FA Peach White is probably the most throat friendly peach out there, its definitely the go-to peach, and the primary note in this recipe at 2%.
INW Cactus brings the staple "prickly" aspect. At 0.75% you are getting the density, the juice, and a slight aloe note; all of these also help to further cut the "harshness" of the peach.
Who doesn't fucking love FA Fuji in any fruit mix? If you raise your hand I'll call you a fucking liar to your face. At 1% this is going to help hold all the fruit notes together and also add a slight indication of "tartness" (you know, that note that we can't actually simulate but try desperately to)
The Nonsense - TPA Dragonfruit
I mean its TPA Dragonfruit, you know the business. This is just there as an emulsifier that at 3% adds a little extra "umph" and pineapple notes. You could likely sub this out for INW Pineapple at 2% if you are feeling boujie, I personally used TPA Dragonfruit because it was cheaper and I had it in more abundance. I think both flavorings are great at doing the same thing, if you want a stronger pineapple note go with INW Pineapple.
The Aesthetic - TPA Sweetener & WS-23
This is all up to you baby. I prefer TPA Sweetener because its not as sickly sweet as CAP SS. I also think that it goes better with fruits than CAP SS.
The percentage of WS-23 is actually toned down in this compared to what I actually make for my psychotic friends. Some of them request that shit to be like legit ice cubes. I have gone upwards of 1.5% for these people before and they love it...that being said I think if you go over 0.75% you are going to be crushing a lot of your fruit notes and at that point you might as well be mixing WS-23, Sweetener, and Nicotine for this recipe because there is no way in hell you are tasting anything in that glacial cavity you call a throat.
Shake and Vape ready, probably best after 1-3 days, last forever and doesn't get too wacky after a few weeks. Enjoy it....or not