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Recipe made by Max Savage using the flavors from Beginner Mixer Week (Episode 2) on Developed.
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Simple 1-2-3 Sour Blue Razz Candy, ready for spring and summer!
After hearing AlfredPudding rave about WF Sour Ball Candy on Noted, I had to pick it up. It brings a sour note as well as rounding out the other ingredients to make it a single entity.
I'll be honest, I've never even used TPA Raspberry. It was sitting in my drawer, I was brainstorming flavorings for this profile, tasted it on the back of my hand, and threw it in here. I feel it compliments the WF Sour Blue Raspberry Candy well, and adds more sweet depth to the raspberry flavor.
WF Sour Blue Raspberry is such a good Blue Razz. Sour, sweet, and syrupy. As soon as I exhale, I want to pick it up again.
This juice will kill your coils quickly. But it's still a brilliant all day vape. It tastes just like raspberry statburst. lt Vapes like nail polish remover in a dripper, but goes great in a sub ohm tank. It takes higher levels of nicotine very well without losing flavour. Mix and vape at your own risk.
This is a blue raspberry jolly rancher
Raspberry/Razzleberry - this is where the main "blue" raspberry flavor comes from, that razzleberry is very candyish which lends perfectly in this mix.
Cotton Candy (Circus) - this flavor helps sweeten up the mix and give it more of a candy taste while helping out the blue raspberry taste
Sour Wizard - this is what gives this recipe that extra tart and in your face flavor. It really makes the raspberry flavors pop.
Sweetener - I really wanted to drive home the whole candy idea and needed more sweetener to do this. Jolly Ranchers are a very sugary candy.
Dragonfruit with a hint of raspberry wrapped with french vanilla. It's another one of my special mixes I came up with personally while playing around in my "lab" (basement). As always mix until frothy then I heat up in a baby bottle warmer for 15 minutes then cool with the cap off. Then I let it sit for at least 2-3 days. Taste is all relative though...enjoy!