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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
Juicy and refreshing mix of quince and peach, great for a hot summer day. This duo creates a magical synergy. Juicy Peach by Capella is little bit of a underdog in the peach flavour realm. I prefer it over the others for the syrup like properties (the second one is the JF Honey Peach, different, but amazing). Think a peach ice tea without the tea. Quince give this mix another dimension. Double Apple is here to add more juiciness. Little bit of Dragonfruit for the bleeding.
It is a SnV, but give it at least 3 days for the peach and quince to calm down and blend.
Add sweetener or cooling agent of your choice and preference, SS by Cap works the best for me around 0.15% (1 drop/10 ml). I do not like cooling.
Tested on NarCA RDA, 42W, 0.3 Ohm, Framed Staple Ni80.
FA Blood orange and Cap Sweet Tangerine are the stars here! They both pack quite a realistic orange flavor so the Blood orange is the tart and the Sweet Tangerine is the high sweet note. Cap Juicy orange just to fill out that odd mid flavor and add some wetness.
TFA Dragonfruit to help the oranges blend. I don't even taste it, but it's just a meshing flavor.
Soda Base to give it that "soda can" texture and some sweetness, .5% Fizz Pop for a soda fizz. No coolant as I drink my soda warm, feel free to add WS-23 or koolada to your own preference.
SNV, best after a day or two steep.
Sweetener to taste. Old school Fanta is way different than the stuff we get nowadays with real orange juice in it which is why I used a lot of proper orange flavoring instead of more imitations. To me Fanta is the best orange soda on the market today, I love it!
One of my first mixes was based on this profile. I've done over than 50 different versions but I never pick any of them to share it. So few days ago I've made this one and I'm sharing it because is simple and great for the summer time.
Edit: I've made several batches to test how they are gonna be after long steep. The longest steep was 3 months and the mix was really good.
I have never tried the pony on acid juice. But since the great @folkart is next to deliver to us his version I took the time and do mine to
expecting this goes in the right direction but if it not it is pretty darn tasty anyway.
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I know the hype for straws and creams have passed but not for me, this profile still being my fav.
Hope you enjoy this mix.