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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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VBIC for the tasty scoops of vanilla ice cream that fill the waffle cone
Mango and strawberry syrup come from tpa mango, tpa ripe strawberry, and lb sweetener
The delicious waffle cone come from the good ole inw biscuit and I find I can taste different strengths and notes of the waffle cone at different wattage
And just a teeny bit of cap meringue from the silverline for a boost of mouth feel
Simple mango mix. Done using basic flavorings available all across Europe.
WS-23 in my recipe is the new Coolada from Inawera.
Commercial-like juice in terms of sweetness and cooling sensation.
Reminds me Kilos Mango or Cush Man from Nasty Juice a little bit.
Just like I wanted for summer heat.
Do you even grape bro ? Seriously though, do you ? White grape, no skin, juicy ripe center with a tad bit of crispness. Thought of using fuji at .25% but I think it's good as is. Maybe cotton candy at 1% to push a Jolly Rancher taste ? Anyways, steeped in a warm water bath 15 minutes, shake and vape. Let the off notes breath and this really permeates the taste buds and the smell definitely is a strong fresh white grape. Feed backs appreciated and encouraged.