(TPA) Watermelon Candy

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Used in 668 recipes at an average of 3.612%.


35 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found

I wanted something else besides another candy for some sweetness.

Friends were always asking for something good on this profile that is not single-dimensional and not overwhemingly sweet. After experimenting with all kinds of boosters I finally settled on the Cactus+Cantaloupe+Cucumber combination. The melon stone was pretty much settled from the beginning. Yakima Hops does wonders in this profile.

A watermelon Bubble Gum Remix ! Even if you have never had this Eliquid, but you like watermelon bubble gum, well mix this one up !! I do believe that this ones better than the orginal, it's pretty close to the orginal, but I think this one is a little more flavorful !!! Mix it up, and leave your feedback !! Thanks SK !!!!!!! #Remix

Mango watermelon bubblegum. To me it varies from hit to hit. One hit i will taste mostly mango bubble gum, the next will be mostly watermelon bubble gum, next they blend together. Its very interesting, and very tasty.

Revision #4. Cold and Sour Strawberry Watermelon. Not too sweet but definitely a pronounced sour tangy watermelon on the inhale with a 'just right' icy kick of strawberries on the way out.
For lack of a better name, I'll just sound like an idiot and call it Strawwdurrmelon until I come up with something.
Similar to omg WTF Ice, Modus Molly, 100 Proof Sour Nectar & Apothecary Elixir No. 01. If any of these are familiar to you, you'll love this.

TPA Strawberry/Strawberry Ripe + OOO Strawberry Sour Belts
The classic strawberry mixture with a tangy twist. The combination tastes like a strawberry with some under-ripened bits near the stem creating the sour fruit profile without needing to add too much citrus.
TPA Watermelon Candy
It's a very strong flavor and easily overpowers the rest if not kept in balance. Similar to the sweet candy center of a watermelon Warhead after the sour is consumed, I thought this would be a perfect match for a sour strawberry.
FA Lemon Sicily & FA Fuji Apple
Combined these two flavors help the other fruits pop. The lemon might be attributing to the sour effect.
INW Cactus, TPA Koolada, FW Menthol:
The not-so-secret sauce! Combined together create a very wet but not too icy vape.
TPA Sour
OOO Strawberry Sour Belts didn't have quite enough pucker on it's own and this picked up the slack nicely. Be careful as this can mute your flavors if over-used.

--Credit to Daniel Store from the DIYorDIE Mixers Collective for the original theory-recipe--

You can get a similar (But certainly not the same sour kick) flavor in lieu of OOO Strawberry Sour Straws by increasing TFA Sour to .4%, TFA Strawberry & TFA Strawberry Ripe to 2%.
To make it more candy-like without needing sweetener, increase Watermelon Candy to 3%
I recommend 75/25 VG/PG Ratio but 70/30 works fine too.
It's fine after just a day of steeping but really shines after day 3.
ICEE needs to get in on this asap. I want to drink it but I'll die.

Steal this recipe. You're free to share it, sell it, give it to your friends and tell them you made it, I don't care.

A juicy blend of candied berries with a smooth sour watermelon undertone.

I mix this at 60/40 and 2mg of nicotine. Try this mix out and let me know what you think. I am open to suggestions and tweaking this recipe. This is about the 4th version of my first layered mix and the percentages might seem a bit high to some, but given a week or two to mellow out this juice is a really sweet, satisfying vape.

A simple and sweet recipe full of red fruits and a touch of sour to bring out the high notes. I mix this at 60/40 and 2mg of nicotine. Try it out and let me know what you think, I'd love to hear your thoughts.

This has been a little project of mine for a while, my first ever rendition was super close, but then I tinkered too much and it fell apart. Recently I went back and rewrote it, and I think I nailed it. Vaping this is like shoving a handful of lifesaver gummies into your mouth, it's sweet and fruity. It needs a couple days for the FW Hard Candy to settle in, as well as the CAP Sweet Tangerine to die down. Vaping it at lower wattage can bring out the cherry and pineapple as well as the tangerine a bit, I feel like it changes every puff into a new flavor. Higher wattage you can taste everything pretty well, its a very fruity mix. The watermelon isn't so prominent in the recipe, but it gives a nice sweetness. Meringue was just to sweeten it up without Sucralose or EM.

This is a strawberry watermelon kazoozle candy. It is a strawberry rope with a watermelon filling in the center. I made the strawberry rope with strawberry taffy by Capella and Swedish gummy by tfa I made the watermelon center with watermelon candy and watermelon by tfa and I sweetened it all up with sweetener by tfa.


I've never been able to eat just one Swedish Fish at a time. This was modeled after "red" Swedish Fish.

TPA Swedish Gummy: This flavor can be an outright pain in the ass. It's very accurate to it's name, but it carries a vicious throat hit if you use it much higher than 1.5-2% At 2% in this mix it started imparting some unwanted harshness, so I dialed it back to 1.5% in the final recipe to help keep things smooth, while still imparting some sweet gummy flavor.

CAP Jelly Candy: A bit of a sleeper flavor, you don't taste this very much in the mix. It's intended purpose is to lend some body to the Swedish Gummy, which I think it does well. Standalone this flavor is very similar to the inside part of a jelly bean.

TPA Watermelon Candy: A bit of a weaker watermelon flavor, this helps keep the strawberry balanced from it's usual syrupy self, while still contributing to the overall sweet "red" flavor of the swedish fish.

TFA Sweetener: What's a little candy with some sugar, eh? Earlier versions included more, or less sweetener. At 1% it started overpowering the flavor a bit, but at .5% it just wasn't quite there so I landed at .75% to try to catch the best balance between sweet candy and gross syrup.

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