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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.
I thank u/ID10-t for this recipe he gave me in the suggest a recipe thread a few months ago. Was a good peach n cream flavour. I added FA White Peach because the fruit flavour I found faded over time. The original had a weird mouthfeel to it, Can't explain it, but adding CAP Marshmallow smoothed it out and I really liked the flavour it added to the mix.
Adapted from FoggyPhoenicia
I felt FoggyPhoenicia recipe needed a thicker more full mouth feel and after a lot of tested settled on Vanilla Custard v1 (CAP) at 2%
i would like to try replacing Vanilla Custard v1 (CAP) with "Tapioca Pudding - One on One" as this recipe is still missing the subtle tapioca flavor.
Here is what FoggyPhoenicia had to say and i agree, ENJOY!
I find this recipe to be an enjoyable complex vape with distinct layers that play well together.
IMO FA mango is not "ripe" enough so I use it in combination with TFA Mango.
The combination of Sweet and Whipped creams along with the FA Fresh Cream form the base of the sweet and creamy coconut milk. 3% FA coconut might sound like a lot for an FA concentrate but it is needed here because the coconut would be drowned out by the other flavors otherwise.
TFA Rice Crunchies is basically "sticky rice" in this recipe. I think going above 2.5% would ruin the recipe.
The vape I get from this is a sweet mango on the inhale followed by a pleasant creamy rice flavor in the middle and a deliciously sweet coconut milk on the exhale.