Used in 459 recipes at an average of 3.014%.
Screwed Exotica is an explosion of several fruits.
This is a good exercise to test the palette and reflect on how different flavors reside in your memory.
Seeing these are quite distinguishable here, it shouldn't be to difficult.
(FA) Coco' (coconut) 1.5%
(FLV) Coconut 0.25%
(INW) Guava 1% (So not using Guava (FA) here)
(CAP) Juicy Orange 3%
(FA) Juicy Strawberry 1.5%
(FW) Kiwi 2.5%
(TPA) Philippine Mango 2%
(PUR) Super Sweet 0.5%
(CAP) Sweet Guava 1.5%
(CAP) Vanilla Whipped Cream 1.5%
Add a few drops of koolada or WS23 if the coolness is your thing.
~THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONS ARE NOT OPTIONAL~
·ADD 4 DROPS CAPELLA LIME PER 10ML
·ADD 1 DROP KOOLADA PER 10ML
·ADD 1 DROP CAPELLA SPEARMINT PER 10ML
A cool fresh melon, ripe mango, sweet strawberry & crisp cucumber salad with a spritz of a lime wedge, lightly finished with a fresh leaf of spearmint. Everyone has their idea of what a fruit salad is comprised of. But there are no laws...And anything is possible!
60-65VG is preferred
SNV certified, but really begins to shine after 3 days. FLV flavorings tend to need some steeping.
Any substitutions will not being you to this exact flavor
I suddenly got in the mood for a fruit salad and well....with no fruit in the house I was left to my own devices and concentrates.
The only thing I knew was that I wanted melon, mango and strawberry. I chose SC Strawberry(SC) at 1% and FA Strawberry at 2%. I have always preferred Flavour Arts Strawberry over TFA so this was an easy decision. I used RF Strawberry Super Concentrate to boost FA as it can sometimes not pack enough 'umph'.
The melon part was interesting because I had just received FLV Wild Melon in the mail. Upon opening that concentrate(and the RF Strawberry), I knew I had to make something special with them. I wanted a bit of watermelon as well, as a background note. I have always liked FAs version. Never been a fan of LA Watermelon. It just tastes like rancid lipstick to me.
TFA Philippine Mango seemed like the perfect addition to this mix. I only had a real Philippine mango once in my life(i usually purchase the more citrus-like Puerto Rican variety at the local supermarket). But what I remembered about the Philippine variety was the sweet light and fleshy taste. And that was definitely what I wanted to add to this mix.
I added FA Oba Oba in because I can't stand even the tiniest percentage of INW Cactus. The taste is just....ugh. And I found Oba Oba to brighten, sweeten, and slightly juice up my fruits.
Now. I wanted to add something unique to my recipe. I wanted the taste of spearmint, but not an up front kind of a spearmint. I chose CAPs because it's the most authentic. However, it needed a little kick to be more authentic. This is when I decided to add some Koolada. It was the perfect pairing. After taste testing, I decided something was lacking. And that something was lime. I purposely avoided Cold-Pressed, etc., and settled on Capella Lime because it's much 'softer'.
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Respect mixers, they are not your ticket to success...They are your friends.
Refreshing masala mango styled drink/tea, perfect summer vape.
Flavour notes follow shortly.
1 drop Super Sweet per 15ml is preferable over other sweeteners in this recipe
First time use in recipe, Masala Chai SC from Real Flavours.
Solo test 2.5% 80/20, very rich mix with notes from nutmeg, cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, star anise, clove and black pepper all well balanced.
inhale: light sour pineapple and rich sweet mango's
Exhale: sweet masala chai mixture with spicy undertones
My clone of Vape Chemist's MPC
"MPC is an irresistible combination of our world famous Philippine Mango baked into a fresh-from- the-oven Pound Cake." -Vape Chemist
This is what I've come up with, and it's really quite simple... Now this juice has won the Spinfuel Choice Award. So it just goes to show that you don't need to have a recipe with 87 different flavors and crazy ass percentages... It's still a work in progress and I'm not sure about how much sweetener should go into it. I don't have any of the original and nobody near by sells it... I ABSOLUTELY LOVED this juice when i had it and I hope you will enjoy what I've come up with.
(TPA) Philippine Mango: a nice ripe sweet mango with an almost buttery sweetness. Not overly sweet, just nice and sugary ripe sweet. It's the 🌟 of the show here (as stated in the name) and I believe that 6% does it here...
(FLV) Pound Cake: a nice sweet and dense pound cake flavor with an almost coconutty after taste/hint... This here is the other half of the name and at 3% comes out enough to handle the mango but not overtake it. THIS IS the pound cake flavoring used in the original because it has that aftertaste.
Play with the percentages and or sweetener to see what you think, but from the last 4 batches I've done I think it's close enough to drop the recipe on y'all...😎 If anyone has any ideas and or comments hit me up and let me know what you think. Happy mixing... Enjoy!
UPDATE: since the release of this recipe I've updated it..
(FA) Coconut/(FA) Nonna's Cake/(FLV) Mango: all these add to/enhance the flavor profile that I've got going on here... They give the juice a more vivid flavor and now I think this might be better than the original! 🤔
Hope you enjoy the recipe!!!
This recipe originally came about during my quest to create the Mexican candy Pelon Pelo Rico into a vape. Living in the Southwest Pelon is a staple at every convenient store and it only made sense to recreate it. While this recipe is not exactly Pelon, it is something similar, almost like taking all of the Mexican candies on the shelf and mixing them into a bowl. (Make sure not to over pour the FLV heat, too much and it can really take over and be un vapeable, for me at least, I do like 1 or 2 drops in a 30 ml.) Here I bring you the candy of Mexico!