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Profile: Pineapple upside cake with maraschino cherry.
Inhale: Pineapple/Maraschino then starts to blend with cake flavoring. Exhale: Pineapple/Cake
This is one of the most exciting combinations I’ve ever stumbled onto. These 3 flavors are pretty amazing at balancing eachother out. The end product isn’t really a cherry recipe OR or a pineapple recipe, but is deliciously unique and flavorful as hell.
I’m really happy with the tartness this recipe brings. Somehow the cherry batters away the acidity of TFA Pineapple, while the pineapples add some life to the big, dumb flavor of SSA Juicy Cherries. It has a great natural sweetness without any sweetener. The final product is tangy, bouncy, and very saturated with flavor.
The pineapples lend a hot top-end, and the cherry fills out the body very well on its own. Most importantly, this taught me that the best way to create a good mix is to keep it fuckin’ simple.
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NOTES: In a pinch, one could probably sub 1.5% SSA Compote Cherry for SSA Juicy Cherries, because they are similar.
SSA Juicy Cherries is a great flavor to boost the “middle” of a fruit recipe. If one of your fruit recipes needs some body, SSA Juicy Cherries can almost certainly help!
I hate to sound like an SSA fanboy, but if you dig this recipe... give SSA Multivitamin a shot. It has a similarly mystery-fruit deliciousness.
WaRnInG: Sensitive throats might find this recipe a bit harsh.
OK, so this recipe is a remix of a fairly popular eLiquid that takes on a different state of matter for rocks. It turned out to be quite a challenge, and while there are still some differences between this recipe and theirs - I feel this recipe presents a more natural representation of the flavors.
The profile is fairly basic: Strawberry, Pineapple, and Coconut. What I get from the commercial version is a very bold vape which has a rather strange Strawberry flavor, a very deep Pineapple, and a hint of Coconut in the background - all somewhat artificial, syrupy, and 'candy-ish'. My issue with the commercial recipe is it has an odd chemical note to it. It took many iterations to come up with this recipe. My first attempt was to use all TFA flavors, but that just was not even close. Over time I kept changing and layering flavors till I got to this recipe.
I do get a hint of TFA Pineapple in the commercial eLiquid, which might account to some of the chemical notes I get. I tinkered around a lot with the Pineapple flavors over the course of this formulation. My initial attempts centered around CAP Golden Pineapple for that deepness but it just did not seem to fit for some reason. I finally ended up using a little TFA Pineapple for that twang it has along with a blend of INW and VSO Pineapple to give it a very natural Pineapple juice character which is not as deep as the commercial liquid.
I'm somewhat a Strawberry mute, so it is always a challenge for me picking out particular aspects of Strawberry in a recipe. The OG eLiquid seemed to be a sweet and candy like Strawberry, but there was also some kind of bend to it that I could not put my finger on. I tried TFA Strawberry Ripe and TFA Strawberry to no avail. I eventually ended up with using JF Strawberry Sweet and INW Shisha Strawberry which tends to sit well in this recipe.
Most of my recipe variations centered around TFA Coconut as I do get that suntan lotion vibe from the commercial eLiquid. After a while I switched to FA Coconut to get a more realistic Coconut representation in the mix. You could still go with TFA Coconut at around 2.5%. I also added FLV Coconut; not for the Coconut flavor, but to fill out the volume of the vape. I did find that the FLV Coconut did start to bend the Strawberry to the rather unique quality I get from the commercial product.
While I would love so say this recipe is very layered - it is not really. What eventually settles on the pallet is a Strawberry Pineapple flavor with a hint of Coconut that lingers on.
I developed this recipe using the Hadaly and OG Recoil RDAs. I found that higher wattage elevates some of the underlying flavors in both the commercial and this recipe (like Coconut). The Hadaly was running a 0.5 ohm fused Clapton coil at 32 watts, and the Recoil was running 0.18 ohm dual Clapton coils at 70 watts. I also tested this in a Wotofo SMM Serpent RDA running 38 watts on an 0.5 ohm fused Clapton coil. The brighter aspects of the Pineapple were somewhat missing from the RDA, but still a fine vape.
My version of a cake you would find on an island somewhere lol... the vanilla ice cream LB really goes so well with the cake white its a great base not only to build on but to use as a 2 flavor recipe with a little cream cheese icing LA...
A recipe i created about 5 years ago and still to this day absolutely love it...
Delicate airy wafers with pineapple cream filling, creates a heavenly taste that will keep you coming back for more.
Crispy wafers WF and biscuit JF make up the wafer and acetyl pyrazine adds extra crunch.
Pineapple candy WF, lemon meringue tart VT, and vanilla buttercream frosting VT make up the cream filling and it has a light jelly essence. Pineapple TFA is used to push the candy high note of the pineapple and keeps it from fading.
Sweeten to your liking.
This works in rda's, rta's, and sub ohm tanks.
- developed in the Jenna and Rebirth rda, Gata rta, and Nunchaku sub tank.
Please review and comment if you mix this.
Steep: 4-5 days