(TPA) Jackfruit


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Used in 635 recipes at an average of 2.372%.

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38 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


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Prickly Victory with a tropical twist.

Got this idea from Wild-Manufacturer-64 on reddit and remixed Prickly Victory with some tropical goodness. I always liked Prickly Victory years ago but grew out of the Sweet Guava flavor. Dropped it down a bit and added two of my all time favorite tropical fruits. Worked out well. SNV certified.

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Earthy TFA Jackfruit and TFA Papaya work so well together with a touch of FA Lime Tahity (cold pressed). FA Pear keeps that earthy taste wet while adding to the tropical vibe. TFA Marshmallow sweetens without additional sweeteners and a touch of INW Shisha Vanilla just works to turn this into a sweet and fruity island drink. Original recipe had 1.5% TFA Vanilla Swirl instead so if you don’t have Shisha Vanilla feel free to sub. SNV certified.

Sweet, smooth and tropical. TFA Jackfruit on top of the strangeness of FLV Guanabana. FLV Sugarloaf Pineapple and VT Banana Custard supports the Guanabana and strawberry note in this Custard Apple. TFA Marshmallow to sweeten + smooth it out and CAP 27 Bears to gum it all together and take advantage of the pineapple note.

A blend of exotic fruits in a tea serve hot or cold to pleasure your tongue with the taste of the Caribbean.... Wepa!

Like all good flavor stories also this starts with a hunt for something. In my case this was the hunt for a clone of Chewberry from Cosmic Fog. I am still on that hunt but I got an unforeseen turning here. Stuck in an initial phase of passionfruit and strawberry it stopped after version 3 or 4 and waited to be rediscovered.

Some months later and thanks to the fact of English not being my mother tongue I accidentally ordered instead of woodruff wintergreen.

This story could have ended badly with an unused flavor dying the death of losing flavor over the years unused in a sealed bottle. But this time I was trying to get some use out of it just not to pile up unused flavors. The first hint I found was using wintergreen instead of menthol or mint for some freshness in a mix. Not a bad use for the flavor, but I don't vape enough menthol to really use wintergreen to a sufficient amount.

The rescue came in the form of a reddit post, which I can unfortunately not find anymore – otherwise I would mention the honorable user here for bringing me ahead. This was one of these hidden gems in a two lines answer, it mentioned that before orange and wintergreen came up passionfruit and wintergreen were the base for a good chewing gum. Eureka, the missing link was found. I continued the hunt for a clone of Chewberry from Cosmic Fog. The strawberry, passionfruit and wintergreen didn’t blend well together, so I used a little help from dragon fruit, loved and feared flavor - or shall I say additive - for its capability to bend flavors in a connection. A few improvements have been made, but the dragon fruit was not the solution for the chewberry clone. I was stuck again after a few versions, the chewberry could be seen as the first form what it shall be, but immature, only a shade of the original e-juice.

This story could have ended badly again, luckily I remixed a clone of Noms X2 and the jackfruit, another rescue candidate ordered to reach the free shipping amount, was kissed to be a prince alongside the cactus. Jackfruit, what a delicious juicy tropical flavor it is. Why did I oversee this treasure for so long? How does the jackfruit looks like, what is it used for, maybe I have eaten it not knowing the English name. And then just public knowledge - not of a hidden vaping community but just general easy accessible knowledge- telling me that jackfruit is supposed to be with the isoamyl acetate the flavor of the famous Juicy Fruit chewing gum.

Wrigley’s Field is just around the corner; my home in Chicago called my inner me to make the Juicy Fruit recipe. Not that this was my initial target but became my destiny when I recalled that I already had a chewing gum base in a mature state from the Chewberry variation.

TFA Passion fruit and TFA Wintergreen form the base of the chewing gum. It’s personal taste that I stayed with passion fruit and didn’t use an orange flavor, but feel free to substitute the passion fruit if you like with any useful orange flavor in your stash.

TFA Jackfruit is the full body, the juiciness and the fruitiness of the recipe. If you can’t wait for me to finish my remix of the Chewberry take strawberry and enjoy a total different chewing gum.

The flavor notes could normally end here, but since you already did read until this point and I promise not to annoy you with many percentage variations. We come to the last part of making this recipe taste great: the blending and bending of the ingredients. Wintergreen, passionfruit and jackfruit already make the chewing gum a juicy fruit chewing gum. But the dragon fruit just gets them together and adds a little bit extra juiciness to it.

Every journey has a first step. Every saga has a beginning. Every recipe has a first flavor.

I hope you enjoy mixing the recipe!
Please leave a comment and rating when you do so.

I hear the call of the waves crashing along the beaches and I had to do something to satisfy the call...

This profile was created by a company by the name of Cloud Nine Vapors. It is a very unique Flavor. When i found this flavor it ended up being my ADV for a year. Then the company that made it stopped selling juices so i decided to try and clone it. I think this is 99% cloned. The only reason i don't say 100% is because I don't have the original to test against. This is a Max VG mix because the original is a 90/10 so I make it that way. It is very good after 3 days so mix it up and enjoy.

Prickly Victory:
Do you like simple recipes? 2 ingredients provide mountains of flavor.

Inspired by slumberland pink hedgehog. Instead of grapefruit I did guava.

I've been really diggin this guava flavor its super delicious. at 5% total this recipe has flavor for days, my 10ml sampler was gone in an hour and I just made a 50ml batch which will get me through these last few cold days before spring hits.

this shit is sweet enough I wouldn't dare put sweetener but go ahead if you please.

Shake and vape certified.

Recipes inspired by this one: Tickly Victory by amouthforwar |

Thanks to Hashlingingslashur and Antjuice for recipes that made this mashup possible.

The base for this flavor was created by @antjuice

The base is really good but missed that punch to tie it together, and to be honest it feels like a jackfruit & cactus strapon. It is uniquely versatile.

Added some mandarin orange tpa to me it taste like the nom nom's eliquid.

Sub Options

Blood orange FW will work with it as well, but it wont be quite the same.

FA Mandarin at 2% also works well in this mix.

Jackfrost was here.

Surprisingly this isn't cold tasting. it is only cold when you breathe after vaping this. Uniquely good.

The base from this recipe here by @antjuice ----> https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/77225#calypso_remixmonth_by_antjuice

The base is really good but to be honest it feels like a jackfruit & cactus strapon. It is uniquely versatile.

This nice tropical vape goes by my side for almost 3 years.
After tweaking batch after batch I finally reached a recipe I never get bored of ;)
The name MangaZ is actually derived from Mangabeys, my favourite one from 12 monkeys.
I wouldn't call this a clone and neither a remix because today,three years later, I forgot how Mangabeys tastes like to be honest.
Give it a go and let me know what you guys and girls think!
Cheers and keep on vaping!

Flavor Notes

By: CheebaSteeba Score: 70 / 100 Solo: 5.0% Mix: 2.5% Steep: 1 days Difficulty: 50 / 100

So I'll start by saying IDK WTF a Jackfruit is, but it sounded interesting. I tested this at 5%. It's got an exotic flavor to it; almost reminds me of something you might find in the same family as a cherimoya, or a more exotic melon like papaya. The flavor is a little light, but it is very smooth and has a nice little bit of sweetness to it, so I imagine this will be good for mixes to add a bit of a tropical or exotic element.


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