Used in 312 recipes at an average of 1.02%.
I imagined this as a juice, but in my mind I picture it as more of a syrup/candy. So don't imagine this served cold, but it's sweet and the flavors should come off candy like. Maybe I'll change it to a straight up candy profile if this profile doesn't work out. (note: after a LONG steep, I like this one quite a bit. I do want to make it a bit more juicy, but I'm not sure how I'm going to yet.)
Pear: I LOVE TFA Pear, if it was up to me it's the only pear I would ever use at like 10% :) but I wanted to round out the pear for others that might want to try. I used a 1:1 FA TFA Pear mix. I also added a little bit of TFA Quince to round it off.
Raspberry: I used what I had, INW and TFA once again to give it a fuller flavor.
Cactus: I used a small amount of cactus to add a juicy mouth-feel.
Fuji: From my experience with fuji I thought that it would mix well with the profile I'm looking at.
picture credit: yonanas UK
This is my second recipe in my healing stone line of recipes. Now I'm not into healing stones at all, but I'm enjoying making out of the box recipes and profiles so I'm going to continue down this path!
Citrine is a joyful stone with bright energy which lights up many aspects of lives of those who work with it. It has energies of good fortune and good luck, though these may appear in unexpected ways.
Citrine is a fabulous stone to use to combat negative energy of any kind by breaking them up and dissipating them.
Citrine is a happy stone. It can bring happiness to the person who carries or wears it. Because of its removal of negative energy and its own bring positivity, it can relieve depression, self-doubt, anger, and irrational mood swings.
Citrine is used to reduce self-destructive tendencies. Citrine can help overcome emotional traumas and grief that may lead to these emotionally self-destructive issues.
Taking this into consideration I wanted to embody the bright orange/brown color, bright in your face vibe, and sunshine type feeling. I wanted to create a well balanced orange, citrus, fruit vape with some dark and earthy notes. I can taste orange, grape fruit, mango, and apricot all nicely balanced. I used liquid amber and FA carmel together to give is a sweet, earthy, and over ripe note. I used the TFA Quice to bolster everything together and give it a fruity zip. This one took a while to balance out, but I'm thrilled with the result.
This is the penultimate blueberry cream vape.
A remix of Rocketman.
Our blueberry base is sweet and tart. While remaining candyish.
The cream base is brought together by HS ice cream and blooms nicely after 1 week. Though this can be SNV.
A strong non fading blueberry. Tastes reminiscent of the original Rocketman while adding much needed body.
Tpa bb wild.
This adds candy to the blueberry mix without taking it over.
Adds a nice tartness and wetness to the vape.
A great supporting cream and light pastry.
Tpa Greek yogurt.
The main body of our cream base. Lightly tart, and nicely textured.
Blends perfectly with our blueberry base.
A hint more Graham. I felt this recipe was lacking in the pastry department.
HS ice cream.
The show stopper of creams.
This adds a thick richness missing from the original while not altering the flavor.
Shameless shilling below.
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Here we have an imitation of a Kasugai Kiwi Gummy candy from Japan. The source material is a sweet, soft, and juicy gummy that features actual kiwi puree in a gelatin + pectin based candy. Kasugai gummies are softer gummies that are more in line with a gummy lifesaver than a Haribo gummy bear--almost like a thick jello.
The flavor: The kiwi in the candies is a blend of kiwi puree with artificial kiwi flavoring. My task, then was to make my kiwi candy-like with a hint of realism. TFA Kiwi Double hits the candy kiwi in this mix. The actual gummies feature the occasional kiwi seed from the puree and therefore present a more realistic element. E-liquid is a homogeneous mixture though, so I modified the fake, cloying taste that Kiwi Double can impart by brightening and lifting it up with a touch of TFA Quince. The result of the Quince addition adds a missing 'tart' element provided by the seeds that would otherwise be lacking.
The gummy: The source candy is a sweet, soft gummy, with juiciness overriding much of the stickiness. To suggest this, I used a combination of CAP Jelly Candy and TFA Swedish Gummy. CAP Jelly Candy provides volume for the profile without the chemical off-notes that something such as TFA Gummy provides. TFA Swedish Gummy suggests the waxy texture found in Swedish Fish and so was used to provide a bit of structure and softness that Jelly Candy can lack.
Overall Profile/Conclusion: The candy is very sweet and I relied on the flavors themselves to provide much of that. A bit of Ethyl Maltol was added to smooth it all over and keep the candy vibe alive. The Kiwi Double/Quince combo infuses itself into the gummy base to provide an illusion of juiciness that might not otherwise be present with weaker, duller flavors. The overall vape may be a little bit tastier than the actual candy, but that cannot be helped--flavor is paramount here.
This is my banana cream pie I made this flavor by request from my wife it turned out great. I used banana cream pie and quince for my main profile of my banana flavor. I made the pie crust with fa apple pie and fa cookie. I made my creaminess with a combination I use quite a lot it's 1% of fa meringue and fa Vienna cream and cream freshh or just works. Then I added shisha vanilla because it helps out all the aspects of this recipe. Give it a try we enjoy this in my household.
This entry is a twist on two classic recipes combined into one, strawberry's and cream and banana's and cream, but the twist is.. There was never any banana! And Bruce Willis was dead the whole time!
I had never played with TFA Quince until recently, and realized its potential with the correct strawberry as it has a smooth and slightly over sweet flavor. The TFA Organic Strawberry was my first thought as it has a slightly tart taste to it that compliments and lightly tones down the Quince while adding light notes of banana while the INW Custard leaves a creamed distinct finish.
A ripe golden delicious apple. Juicy, warm golden delicious apple flesh with a light peel note on the tail end.
TPA Quince- Used for the juicy apple/pear volume of the fruit. The spicier top notes help reinforce the lingering peel.
INW Cherimoya- A sweaty overripe tropical banana flavor, used to convey the ripeness and the warmth of an apple that's just barely on the cusp of being overripe. Adds some creaminess to the overall mix, keeping the juiciness of the Quince and Cactus from reading like straight apple juice.
INW Cactus- Used primarily for the wetness and to keep the vape pleasant. At this percentage, smooths the throat hit from the cherimoya and quince. Any green aloe notes push toward to back end of the exhale and bolster the peel. A bit recognizable S&V, it calms down and homogenizes well overnight.
To me, if a Pear and an Apple had a baby, it's name would be Quince. TFA Did a really good job of nailing this fruity profile down. It's got that really soft pear sweetness, and a bit of brightness that you'd expect from an apple to really bring it to the front. Because of this, it sweetens a fruity profile wonderfully. This concentrate is VERY strong, very noticeable even when used at 0.25%. It can also easily overtake a mix, so you'll typically want to use a light touch when mixing with it.