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Marshmallow to help with gummi texture.
Shisha helps with strawberry flavor.
Strawberry gummy helps with strawberry and texture.
Red lic helps with texture and lic feel.
Sweeten it up with some supper sweet.
Peach gummi helps with gummy bit and peach helps make strawberry a bit juicer. Mix on my friends rate and comment thanks to all
So it turns out TPA papaya and INW cactus combined can pretty much turn into a bubblegum flavor. I add TPA Red Licorice to give more of that gum texture and adds more to the bubblegum flavor. Marshmallow helps round out the more tropical side of papaya. I'm not done with this recipe but I'm releasing this now in hope of getting some help with making the flavor a little louder. Could be as simple is going higher in the papaya and cactus but would like to see what others might have to contribute as well.
Nerds Ropes are an awesome candy. You have a long chewy licorice rope encased in yummy nerds candy. It is like two candies in one!
So for this candy, we had to start with the rope. That was easy with TFA's Red Licorice. Next we had to figure out what to do about those nerds! What are nerds really? Nerds are the essence of skittles but without the chewy insides, and that is where the rainbow drops come in. You have to be careful with this flavor though, because if you use too much, it turns into lemon pledge (Like so many fruit loops recipes). The insides are rather a different story. The insides are more like smarties candies, which is where the Sweet and tart comes in. The flavors work, they are accurate, but they are a little rough on their own. This is where the dragon fruit comes in. If I had the luxury of a fifth flavor, I would have kept the dragon fruit at .25% and added 1% of Tfa Meringue to both emulsify and smooth things out. As I am allergic to all artificial sweeteners and that fifth flavor is not an option, I had to work a little magic. I bumped the dragon fruit up to 1%, and was thrilled to find that the mix was just as good as the .25% dragon fruit/1% meringue option.
Yes that's the name of the recipe. The licorice flavor is red and its a very thick liquid.. I thought it was funny. Sorry.
I thought the red licorice flavor was a little too pungent, even though I liked the flavor. This tones it down a bit and adds a smooth well-rounded mouth feel with a hint of cream and very slight kick from the marzipan that makes up for the light throat hit. Very twizzlery. I'm currently enjoying this with dual claptons at 60W. This is a shake and vape.
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