Used in 525 recipes at an average of 2.36%.
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. Blood orange FW will work with it as well, but it wont be quite the same.
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!
This started off as my attempt to clone NOMS X2 Cactus Jackfruit Mandarin. Ended up tasting pretty good after a few days steep, but after a week or 2 of sitting it's absolutely delicious. The profile is spot on to the NOMS X2. Better in my opinion as it's not overtly sweet. Raise or lower sucralose to your liking and enjoy!
This is not an exact clone. Only had the original commercial juice once but it was unique and inspirational.
On day one, a mandarin explosion. Very enjoyable as is, but the way I preferred it was with a day steep. The mandarin will blend with the cactus and jack fruit. Very juicy and sweet.
Sweeten to taste.
Tested in the Horizon Tech Falcon Tank and entheon.
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.