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They describe this as basically a blueberry watermelon lemonade. It has just a drop of koolada btw. That's all you'll need for a 30ml. Maybe a drop and a half-2 drops (Unless you just love koolada). But really this recipe should barely taste it. I'm saying basically if you dont even like koolada you should still enjoy this, that's how little goes in here lol! Ok now take a bottle of Vape Wild "Blue Harvest" and put it next to this recipe. What I'm going for, is I'm trying to completely imitate it. I'm close! I'm not there 100% but it's hard for me to tell the two apart just off smell now so that's progress. LA "lemonade" is for sure the best lemonade for this so far, I've never tried Vape Wilds lemonade though, that is another option I thought may be what goes in it. The blueberry as well could be the one from Vape Wild, also need to buy that. If you have tried those and can give me any feedback on if you think they go in this, please let me know. So I wasn't sure if cap "harvest berry" was in "blue harvest", but now I'm 95% sure that it is. At least that's what my personal tests have concluded lol. TFA "watermelon" is what they use for sure, that's an easy one to spot in there. Idk if they used 2 watermelon flavors or not. And like I said, I wasn't sure on the bberry so I thought maybe FW Bluebery or TFA BBW. I went with "bbery wild", I thought it tasted right in this so hopefully I got it right. You can try both or maybe tfa "BBXtra" or maybe a bberry from another company. Anyway I think I'm pretty close but if you have any knowledge on what Vape Wild "blur harvest" tastes like, give it a mix and leave me some feedback. Thanks. Enjoy.
A wet, ice cold melon & cucumber mix.
FLV Wild melon, TFA watermelon, and TFA Honeydew are the base here obviously. It's a nice well rounded melon foundation, some candy notes and some natural melon notes. It's tasty. CAP Cucumber is an excellent cucumber flavor with a lot of wetness as well. TFA Pear brings some graininess to the melons, although subtle. INW Cactus Lime is my new Swiss army knife. It brings that thick juiciness that we all love from cactus but the lime adds some zing and helps cover up that weird cactus note that I don't always want in a mix. Coolant and Sweetener to taste, and can even be omitted but I've been craving that powerful cooling and the sugar lips most commercial juices give.
Do you know these slushie bars they have in amusement parks? Well this recipe delivers you all available slushie flavours combined into one rainbow Slushie cup. Wanted to create an artificial fruity (blue razzy) tasting slushie on my own. This is my first attempt and it turned out to be quite nice. Has definitely adv potential.
The Circus version of the cotton candy is very vital to this recipe as it adds the blue to the razz and rounds out the fruit flavors pretty well.
Sugar Lips indeed - keep the sweetener low or leave it if you dont like very sweet liquids. Cotton candy Circus at 2% is enough for some people.
Photo by the Gunny Sack - https://www.thegunnysack.com/sunset-slushie-recipe/