(TPA) Honeydew II


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I wanted to make the Killer Custard Honeydew however I believe that the Holy Vanilla is discontinued and wouldn't be available for most mixers. Then I realized I had TPA Honeydew II and it's a great flavor. So I rolled with it. I substituted the Holy Vanilla with INW Shisha Vanilla because it's not rocket science. I really love this recipe and I'm ONLY sharing because others may not have access to the holy vanilla and they shouldn't miss out on this one.

I didn't do much, the whole praise goes to @folkart AND @untitled.

Adapted from a clone on ELR by HamGlaze (http://tjek.nu/r/tXQ0)

I replaced TPA HoneyDew with TPA Honeydew (II) and it seems a lot closer.

Very light, fruity, and sweet. No sweetener needed.

A melon ice cream on a cone.Smooth,tasty,thick and sexy,'cause ice creams are supposed to be sexy

A nice graham cracker, honeydew, and cream vape. It sounds odd, but it is quite good. Creamy light honeydew up front, with the graham cracker lingering on after the vape. I think the Graham Cracker still needs a little tuning as the FW Graham Cracker can come across a bit harsh at times. Vaped on a Hadaly clone with an 0.5 ohm fused Clapton coil at 34 watts.

Update: decrease FW Graham Cracker by 0.5 and increase TPA Cheesecake (Graham Crust) by 0.5. While I like FW Graham Cracker it just is a bit too dark for this recipe.

Photo by Federico Gutierrez on Unsplashed

blackcurrant backed up by a sweet honeydew.

Blackcurrant layer:

Cap sweet currant is the main flavour for our blackcurrant.
FW blackberry to add a slightly candy note.
Fa blackcurrant is purely here to bend the sweet currant into more of a darker flavour.

Honeydew:
Tpa honeydew II is alot easier to work with than tpa honeydew.
At 1.5 its sits in the background but blends beautifully with the blackcurrant.

Cap super sweet, just because I like that little extra sweetness

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Edit:12/4/20 Version 2:
I wanted more of a creamy, candied melon chew flavor- like a HiChew! the addition of Vienna cream creates that flavor profile and it’s still a 2 days steep.

With it without Vienna cream, I believe this is a tasty recipe.

This is my first recipe I made by myself so I’d love some feedback!
There aren’t many recipes with honeydew II. I wanted to exploit HD II’s wispy, watery, body and fill it with a sweet cream and honeysuckle.
I also added cactus to pump up more of the honeydew’s juiciness.
It’s tasty as a shake n vape but comes together more with an overnight steep.
Didn’t notice a difference in flavor after day 2 (only made 15 ml’s and it’s gone by day 4) this is a delicious, sweet honeydew cream!

Sadly the honeysuckle doesn’t come out as much as I wanted, so I’ll be tweaking this recipe more to bring more of honeysuckle’s floral ethereal essence.
Look for version 2 :)

The super sweet is optional
Much love-
Kimberkat

Inspiration: My Roomate Stevie wanted a fruity vape and Watermelon was to be in the forefront. I knew Wild Melon just had to be there, and after discussions and a few trials this delish ADV was born! Note Nic is 50/50 VG PG

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A while back someone asked me about my thoughts on cloning this. At the time I had not tried it though. This is two months later and I got my hand on some of it. I tried it and instantly knew that tfa honeydew and tfa watermelon candy were the crux of this one. I couldnt in good conscious not use the better ingredients we have available. So I guess this is technically a remix but either way enjoy. Sweetener is not optional here. Made a couple adjustments, lowered the big watermelon to 5% and upped the tfa hd2 to 3%.

A delicious melon ice cream.Created as part of an inner contest between members of the vape alchemists group

Arctic Winter, Lemon Lime and fizzy sherbet for the spritzer part

Honeydew is my green melon balls
Papaya Punch are my orange melon balls and adds body to the mix.
Dragon fruit is my imulsifyer for the drink and at the same time separates the fruit from the beverage.
It’s facinating how complex this simple drink came out.

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