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(TPA) Pineapple


By: The Flavor Apprentice (TPA) - Buy Direct
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Used in 1218 recipes at an average of 1.8%.

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56 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


Screwing around on the DIY_eJuice Discord, spitballin' with OdieDoodah.

So I present to you! Uncle O's Runny Nose!
It's a quick (considering 3 day steep) pineapple-berry-vanilla "smoothie".

Heavy on the pineapple, backed up by the sweetness of the berries.
I used a mix JF Pineapple and TFA/TPA Pineapple, as that combo gives you the sour yet sweet sensation, that I feel like this recipe needs.
The vanilla is there for the accent and gives it a little warm feeling and the milk is for the creamy part of the "smoothie".

So, a sweet n' sour mix - quick and easy.
Let it steep for 3 days to get the INW vanilla activated.

You can add in your choice of coolant if you like.

Enjoy!

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Pineapple milkshake for everyone! It's sweet and smooth with notes of pineapple. I've test it with pineapple TPA and it's great.

Pineapple-peach Ice cream. Was inspired to make this as my favourite juice, Handlebar, is no longer available in the UK. Think it still needs a little work, but the pineapple peach mix is pretty close. Sweet fruity inhale with a vanilla ice cream exhale. Good as a SNV but better after a couple days steep (ice cream gets better). Can also be made without sweetener as this candies the pineapple quite a bit.

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Rudolph on Acid - My Christmas gift to the mixing community.

This is not a remix/clone of SMAX - Pony On Acid, it is however, inspired by that profile . I've been working for some time to clone Pony on Acid, and I've gotten close but it's not ready for release. I did however, want to release my version of what I imagined this profile could be.

SMAX describes Pony On Acid as "A blend of magical berries laced with a euphoric strawberry glaze." The images SMAX uses to describe this profile includes, strawberries, pineapple, and raspberries atop a light, fluffy cream, and that truly describes what I taste in the original. However, there are some off notes in the original that I get. There is a "hairspray" or "floral" note that is very off-putting and the "cream" layer seems a bit thin. So, I decided to use the profile as a guide but approach it differently.

To me, the cream needed to be fuller, and have more of a mouth-feel. I decided to go with a custard, but not a very "eggy" custard. FA Custard Premium was just right for this. If you're in the USA, you'll probably have a hard time finding this flavoring because FA North America doesn't want it sold in the USA. But DIY-ers can still purchase it through www.chefsflavours.co.uk .

In the original, I could definitely taste a marshmallow and it fit very well with the profile, so I stayed with that note and used FA Marshmallow at 2%.

The original's description states it is "laced with a euphoric strawberry glaze". You can simulate a "Strawberry Glaze" in many different ways. You use CAP Sweet Strawberry in conjunction with another strawberry and maybe add TPA Sweet Raspberry, and I actually did use that in some of my versions. However, I think the TPA Sweet Raspberry was what was giving the mix a "Hairspray" off note. I decided not to add a raspberry note and by doing so, eliminated the off note. Also, to keep with the profile and to consolidate the recipe as much as I could, I used only one strawberry, JF Strawberry Sweet. It has a nice "cooked" strawberry note much like a strawberry glaze.

The original's description doesn't mention anything about a pineapple. However, in all of the images SMAX uses to describe the profile, they show pineapple with the strawberries and in the original I definitely get a pineapple note. They are probably using CAP Golden Pineapple but in my mix it seemed a bit weak even at 1.5%. I decided I wanted a more distinct pineapple and TPA was the obvious choice, but you have to be careful with it because it can be harsh over .5% and can take over a mix. So I used it very low at only .25%.

I added Super Sweet at .5% to lift everything up make it more vivid. If that's too much, you can always reduce it to your liking.

I do believe this mix stays true to the profile while expressing my own preferences. Anyone who enjoys Pony On Acid, I hope, will enjoy this as well. Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

This can be a shake and vape but it's best to steep it for 2-5 days.
I hope you will mix, comment, and or rate, it make us all better mixers. :)
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Steep for at least a week. I hope everyone enjoys this one!

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If you love Monkey Mix Papio by Twelve Monkeys you should check this one out.

8% CAP Golden Pinapple because I'm pretty sure this is the main pineapple note in the original. I'm going this high because it's a really light flavor.
Golden Pineapple is my favorite Pineapple flavor but it's really light and doesn't have a lot of body to it. That's why I layered it with TPA Pineapple.
2% TPA pineapple to give it body.
2% Sweet Guava to help the Golden Pineapple stand up against TPA Pineapple.
.7% CAP Double Apple to get that moisty mouthfeel.
.5% CAP supersweet (optional)

I'm mixing for a few years now. Most of my mixes are based on premium juice profiles.
My recipes are remixes and not clones. In my attempts to remix these juices I'm always trying to make
it as good as, or even better than the commercial juice without the loads of sweetener these companies throw in.

Give it a try and enjoy ....................................

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Tropical and refreshing, ... like a cold brewski on a summer night......

this is my first mix ever that worked for me. i just mixed every fruit that i love, and somehow it worked. i hope you guys like it. please if you have any tips or comment feel free to tell me. it will help me a lot

After a night of heavy drinking the only thing that could make John smile is this tasty fruit smoothie

So, A grilled Pineapple. The pineapple part was easy enough but how the hell was I going to represent the grilled aspect? I got the inspiration from matthewkocanda's attempt at a grilled pineapple but people were saying it was more of a grilled stick, so I didn't want to go down that path. I haven't mixed his up, so I can't really comment on how that recipe turned out. But it was his recipe that got me thinking about it, thank you matthewkocanda.

When I taste a grilled pineapple, the first thing I taste is a sharp, sweeten pineapple with hints of caramelized sugars and a slight nutty/burnt flavor. So here was my approach.

The pineapple:
I tried several pineapples like CAP Golden Pineapple, and while it's good, it seems to be on the light side and was lacking the "sharpness" I was looking for. I added FLV Cherimoya to see if it brighten up the CAP Golden Pineapple, and it did, but not enough. So I tried TPA Pineapple. TPA Pineapple is not my go to pineapple simply because it is very strong and seems to be harsh in some recipes. However, at 2% and FLV Cherimoya at 2% it seemed to have that "sharp" pineapple I was going for. Now by themselves, they are strong so I needed to add something that would cut through the sharpness while giving it that caramelized sugar and nutty/burnt note. So here's what I did.

As some of you may know, I tested about every cheesecake out there. Some are bad, some are good, and others are better. But each has it's own take on a cheesecake. HS Cheesecake is one of those flavorings that on it's own can be a much different cheesecake than you expect. It's not really good for a base cheesecake, but it has it's uses. HS Cheesecake to me tastes like a slightly over cooked cheesecake with a pretty strong note of a burnt cheesecake. So adding this flavor at only .25% gives the slightly burnt note while adding a touch of creaminess to the pineapple. This helps to cut through the sharpness of the pineapples.

Caramelized sugars/nutty note:
With this layer I choose WF Roasted Pecans & Cream at 3%. When I tested this flavor I got a caramelized, slight coffee note. It also had a toasted or burnt note with a slight sweetness and somewhat nutty. I thought this would work well as the caramelized/nutty flavor as well as adding in more "grilled" or burnt notes. This also helps to cut through the sharp pineapples.

There was only one thing missing to make this recipe have that deep "brown sugar"/caramel note and DFS HOLY HOLY GRAIL RY4 at .25% was it. It adds a richness that this recipe needed to make it believable as a grilled pineapple. I added .25% CAP Super Sweet to liven it up a bit...and done.

I don't know if this is 100% authentic, but it's damn good. I could see this recipe being used with a scoop of ice cream on top or on a pineapple upside down cake as well. Mix it, change it, and try to add your own spin to it. This is a shake and vape but gets better with time. :)

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