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(TPA) Mango


By: The Flavor Apprentice (TPA) - Buy Direct
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Used in 758 recipes at an average of 3.414%.

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A simple mango, peach and cream flavor

Cream Base

Whipped Cream TFA - Adds a nice creamy texture and some slight slight dairy notes
Sweet Cream TFA - This really adds the dairy notes to the liquid. Probably one of my favorite cream flavors
Marshmallow TFA - Gives it that nice thick mouthfeel

Fruit Notes

Juicy Peach CAP & White Peach FA - Gives it that nice peachy flavor while remaining nice and juicy/wet feeling

Mango TFA - Gives it that nice deep natural mango. Almost adds a nectar-ness to the e-liquid

Essentially i wanted to make a mango and vanilla with a difference, and a dragonfruit with a difference at the same time so i realised i might be able to mix the two intentions together. Fruity sweet dragonfruit is followed by the mango and vanilla rounded out with the cream/champagne. Friends say it tastes like real dragonfruit.

Been my personal ADV for a while, really enjoyed the flavor came out from this mix.
Took me about 4 batches to find balance but I do believe it was found.

Enjoy,
Comments are welcome.

This is not your everyday e-liquid, it's something you won't vape all day long, but it's something you have to try at least once.

Coffee and mango do share some molecules and i have found a recipe for a drink from thailand which is coffee, mango and ice.

I changed the iced part to LB vanilla ice cream to have a smooth, creamy mouthfeel and a fine vanilla note.
I used TPA Mango because it tastes less ripe to me, for the coffee i used my favorite, WF Brazilian Coffee.

Imagine having the robust coffee note upfront, followed by a bed of sweet creamy icecream and right at the end you get this tropical kick on the very top end of the mango

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I wanted to come up with a juice for my upcoming holiday to the Caribbean using tropical fruits. I had a base of orange, pineapple and mango to which I added passionfruit to bring some brightness to the party and cactus to get the juices flowing. I added the pink guava as I didn't have a grapefruit and it works really well with giving a bit of tang. The final piece was the FLA sweet coconut which compliments the other flavours and leaves a nice sweetness without being sugary.
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Thanks for the input!
right off the mix it tastes very nice, the rhubarb kicks in a little bit of tartness which i like

Hello all thanks for checking out my recipe.
This is the first juice I have made and I love vaping it. I have given this to a few friends to try and they seem to love it also. This recipe is based on a 60ml bottle with pg nic and 100vg. Steep for a min of 3 days.

This is supposed to be a juicy, fleshy mango nectar with a dash of rind and tart lime to balance the sweetness of the mango.

WF Island Mango/TPA Mango make the actual fruit. WF Island Mango is very very sweet, and it needs a little body so TPA Mango helps there. I wouldn't use TPA Mango alone for mango, but if you want to get something out of it, 3% is a minimum.

WF African Horned Cucumber is here to give you juiciness. Where you would use TPA Dragonfruit or INW Cactus, you can use WF African Horned Cucumber, especially for yellow flavor profiles.

Cap Lemon Lime is the tartness. Lime loves mango in general, but here, the mango would be too ripe without it.

Enjoy, be queer & vape on !

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Originally a clone of Monster Melon's, it has evolved along the way so that I can add the original tag.

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