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Slight adaptation of a clone I found on elr here http://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/1559375? That is pretty spot on. It's a really good sour green apple jolly rancher flavor, that I really like with a good bit of cooling. Feel free to omit the cooling for just a spot on swamp thang.
It's great on a shake and vape and pretty much no real changes to me after an overnight steep, only a tad smoother (though it is pretty smooth off the shake) due to the ethyl alcohol in tfa apple candy.
A really good remix to sour belts. The OOO Strawberry apple was a good start and gave a good base to the whole mix, but it needed help in every aspect. The Strawberry, apple and gummy aspects all needed a little boost.
I like my juices sweet. If you want you could hold off on the sweetener or use your preferred sweetener but I highly recommend you don't pass up on this and give it a try.
Any thoughts on making the recipe even better are greatly appreciated.
A third or fourth version of my take on Vapoureyes' Heisenberg (https://vapoureyes.com.au/products/heisenberg).
Icy cold blueberry, some bubblegum in the background. Derived from many of the available Heisenberg clones, tuned towards the VE version. It's close enough that I'll settle.
TFA Blueberry Candy - The base blueberry. Works great here at 5%.
TFA Raspberry Sweet - Adds another dimension to the blueberry candy. More of a dark, fuzzy berry background.
Cap Bubble Gum - There is a clear bubble gum note in Heisenberg, cap at 4% is weak enough but closely resembles the bubblegum undertones.
Cap Double Apple - Slightly crispy, bright apple note necessary in the mix.
Sour - Pumps up the blueberry.
Koolada/Menthol - Cold, icy finish. Clears out the sinuses, even at this low % (yes it's low, I'd even hazard upping menthol to 2%, but that's just me being a fuckwit).
Sweetener - Nothing to say here. Pretty much add this to everything, ties in a sweetness to the other flavours that is vital (imo).
Mixed @ 40/60. Great as a S&V. I wont lie and say it's exact or anything, but it hits the same satisfying notes of the original with some different intricacies. The OG has anise of some sort, and no raspberry. However this will do me fine until VE makes some one shots 👌
In the United States, some non-alcoholic carbonated juices are sold as spritzers. The same type of carbonated juice (actually made with juice and carbonated mineral water) is known in Germany as Saftschorle or Fruchtschorle. (Both short for rarely used Fruchtsaftschorle.) Particularly Apfelschorle (apple juice spritzer) is one of the most popular soft drinks in Germany. In Austria Apfelschorle is called Apfelsaft g'spritzt. ... g'spritzt can be combined with every juice, e.g. Orangensaft g'spritzt or Pago/Cappy g'spritzt (producers of juices).