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It was the summer of 2018 and I was about 6 months into my DIY journey when I threw this recipe together with an equally small amount of flavorings, knowledge and notes. It was ‘candied’ and ‘sweet’ I was pursuing, and it had to be creamy too. Almost 2yrs. and hundreds of other mixes have passed and I still enjoy this as one of my first successful ventures. Give it a go, I think you’ll be glad ya did!
Hibbadoray shared a strawberry watermelon recipe idea for pod systems with me and a few others on Facebook. I decided to try it and play with the percentages and make some additions to improve upon it. This is a really great recipe for pods. The flavor punches through and doesn't hide at all.
Alpine Strawberry is a really potent strawberry that even strawberry non-tasters will be able to enjoy. It drives that berry base layer and gives a solid foundation to the mix. I know it's expensive but a bottle will last a very long time because of it's potency. Splurge and treat yourself.
Watermelon Candy brings the bold watermelon to the party and strongly pushes everything towards a candy profile. It's here to bring a punch and not a whimper.
Cactus brings the juiciness and the rind notes of the watermelon. I've used it relatively high here because it plays so well with both the strawberry and watermelon. It gives the much needed juiciness that keeps this a candy profile and reinforces the rind note of the candy watermelon to push it just a bit more towards the authentic side.
Super Sweet/Cotton Candy is here to sweeten up the mix. After all we're looking for a candy profile. The Ethyl Maltol in the Cotton Candy helps to round off the harsh notes that I get from just about every watermelon. It's used low so we don't go muting everything we've built.
Been wanting a Tigers Blood vape so i mixed one up using the flavors i had on hand. It was really good but i adjusted the percentages and this is my final version that i have been enjoying alot lately. You can adjust the sweetener and WS-23 to your liking or substitute using other sweeteners or cooling effect flavors. I also gave it a 4 day steep just so the flavors could meld a little. Hope you enjoy.
This is a Cold fruity refreshing summer vape that depicts the picture. Sweetened to taste. I used 1% sweetener and I have to steep menthol for around a week so that the minty flavor subsides, but the menthol with polar blast creates a nice cold frozen drink. If you want it even colder on the inhale you can add 0.5% WS-23.
Been going after that Malaysian ICE vape for a while now. Here it is...
Special thx to hashslingingslashur for the sweet guava cactus combination.
Honeydew II (TPA) 3.5% --- yes, use v2
Watermelon Candy (TPA) 2%
Sweet Guava (CAP) 2%
Cactus (Inawera) 1%
Marshmallow (TPA) 0.5% for mouthfeel
Super Sweet (CAP) use between 0.25% and 1%
WS-23 use between 0.25% and 1% (if you're out of your mind)
Enjoy the brainfreeze,
just a simple gummy watermelon candy. sweet watermelon which is very candy like watermelon to me. TPA watermelon candy provides that tart candy watermelon note. 27 bears and cap jelly to create a gummy candy base. The cap apple simply adds more body and depth to the flavor that is needed in the middle. Vanilla swirl blends this all together with a slight sweet vanilla note
Mixed for mixin in the kitchen show on Gummy candy
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This recipe Inspired from Noted episode 51 after all the talk about what melons taste like gum and which are sweet and what is not a candy they touched on FLV bubblegum, they touched on how Koolada has a nice effect with melons and here goes what came out of listening to all that jiber jaber.. lol
I don't like koolada so I used WS-23. I did not steep this however i do think 3 days will help the papaya floral notes to smooth out and I think its balanced enough to be able to stand up to the test of time.
Enjoy its real good.