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(VT) Passion Fruit


By: Vape Train (VT) - Buy Direct

Used in 34 recipes at an average of 1.993%.

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10 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


Tropical yogurt base with passionfruit accent. Whipped cream added for smoothness and body. Needs to steep a few days for the yogurt to mellow.

This is a delicious blend of fruit that I like to vape thru the steep from start to finish, that way i'm not stuck on one fruit. I have tried a few variants of this with different vendors and this blend is a perfect match for this recipe. The transition from one flavor to the the other. A recipe that changes from day to day .... I love it... don't let this one pass you by, and once mixed, after the bubbles settle, stay on it, till your 30 ml. is gone. I have been mixing 50ml. in 60ml. bottles to give me some room to shake it. Just works.

Mixed on Fresh03 SaturDYI'ing with Friends on March 23rd 2019. I love passion fruit, it's not a mystery so as we were doing tropical ice creams I had to do a passion fruit sherbet.

VT Fizzy Sherbet + WF Frozen Yogurt = This is the sherbet base. The yogurt acts like the cream that gives this lush and generous feeling to the sherbet.

VT Passion Fruit + FA Passion Fruit + VT Yellow Passion + CAP Grapefruit = The passion fruit full force. VT and FA Passion fruit are a strong fruit base. VT yellow passion makes the passion fruit more authentic and a touch floral. CAP Grapefruit is here to give it a little tartness and redness.

Cap Super Sweet = rounds up the vape very well and makes the passion fruit pop.

I hope you enjoy this as much as I do !

Be queer & vape on !

[Photo Credit: Sam Linsell - https://drizzleanddip.com/2011/11/11/fridays-food-porn-granadilla-sorbet/]

This is a simple passion fruit vape that just tastes darn good! on the inhale you get a sweet bright vibrant passion fruit with a slightly floral and orange finish .
Good off the shake better 3 days - tested and developed on an reload RDA at 55W

So you may be thinking WHY OH WHY did I add back bar bitters to this . Well the back bar bitters by FLv seems to me like an orange bitters , which traditionally have made from the peels of Seville oranges, cardamom, caraway seed, coriander and burnt sugar in an alcohol base., and create a unique pairing against the bright tropical notes of the passion fruit.

The combination of passion fruit and yellow passion fruitcreate a lovely authentic passion fruit . I wanted some more of the orange note I get from the passion fruit so I used that higher but you can use it as a 50/50 . The yellow passion fruit provides more of a tart finish that I used at a slightly lower percent

Coconutwas used for some body and creamy notes, to help blend the mix rather then a dairy cream

Back bar bitters are used for that bitter orange note that picks up on the orange from the passion fruit. It also adds some darker spices that get the tropical fruit to pop . it is noticeable in the exhale and make for a really interesting finish

Add sweetner to your liking I added .5% of FLV sweetness to mine

This is a tropical twist on the classic moscow mule which is a ginger beer, lime and vodka beverage. This was made for Diy down under - mixing with me mates VT show
Ginger and Golden Syrup create the ginger beer base. FW ginger is the closest ginger to an actual ginger beer and works in this application
Pineapple sits in the middle here bridging the top notes of passion fruit and blood orange to to the base note of ginger
Passion fruit and Blood Orange passion fruit for me has a predominate Orange note that I wanted to pull forward with the bright and crisp blood Orange champagne which also adds a bit of that fizz impression
Persian lime for me is a sweet tart authentic lime juice which is what I needed here, and is the upfront prominent note in this mix

Add sweetner to your liking I used FLV sweetness at 0.30%

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Boba teas (also known as Bubble tea, or Boba milk, boba slushie) is a sweet milk, juice or tea based beverage that has tapioca balls. Tapioca balls (boba) are the prevailing chewy tidbits in bubble tea, but a wide range of other options can be used to add similar starchy texture to the drink. Popping Boba are sphere-shaped and have fruit juices or syrups inside of them. This is a spot on boba milk to me -
if you want to add tea I would recommend FLV black tea from 1% - 1.2% for a darker base note or FLV green tea at .75% to 1.00% for a lighter tea note

VT mango juice and VT Passion are a great combo for this beverage , it creates a thick juicy syrup that is typical of Boba milk. beverage. and the VT Mango Juice flavor increases over 3 - 7 days ( you can sub for FLV mango but it does not have some of the syrup flavor notes that Juice Mango)
pur condensed milk Boba teas will often use a condensed milk to add body and sweetness to the beverage and pur condensed milk is perfect for this (and it really cant not be subed in this mix) FLV sweet coconut adds some additional tropical notes that helped bridge the bright fruit to some of the dairy flavors in this mix ,and acts like a bit of an emulsifier
VT Rice Base is ideal to add some texture and starch notes to this mix that is similar to what tapioca will provide in a boba tea

INW shisha vanilla adds some bright vanilla top notes and additional creamy body
ADD sweetner to your taste I used FLV sweetness @ .30

"Learn more about mixing here:
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https://discord.gg/kH4Fqbc
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTCwb7ULyfJALQlehomZZQA
https://www.diydownunder.com/
Have you tried this recipe?!
Please rate this recipe and comment below! I would LOVE to hear your experience."

this is my take on kirks pasito drink.
Kirks is a soft drink manufacturer founded in Queensland, Australia in 1959, popular for their range of flavours including lemonade, creaming soda, and sarsaparilla.
the pasito is one of my favourites a cold can on a hot day is very refreshing basically its a passion fruit soda. as soon as i tasted vape trains passion fruit concentrates i knew they were destined for this. the fizzy sherbert is the soda base and the peach brings a nice sweetness and helps the passion fruit out with out coming through.
feel free to add cooling or sweetener

When it's summer and hot, I love to drink a little bitter soda. And one of those I love, has inspired to this mix. It's not 100% red fanta but it seems to me that I hit well. And the profile is there. If desired, add WS-30, Koolada and, or Sweetner to your liking. Have fun ... 😋💨💨💨

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This started as a collaborative input recipe concept I put up on our DIY Downunder FB page. A lot of us contributed with our thoughts, opinions, experiences and with that along with mine I came up with this beautiful rendition of the Aussie Bakery classic, passion fruit tart. This is seriously the best recipe I have crafted to date. Thank you to all those who contributed with their thoughts and ideas on our page!! This is for you and I welcome everyone to not only try this but see if it can be improved.

Down to the what & why:
This is a childhood memory and a profile I know very well. To have nailed this profile brings a smile to the dial.

The Base:
This combination of concentrates IMO is a perfect 10/10 bakery crust stone for a citrus style pie bakery.
The FLV Pastry Zest, INW Biscuit & TPA Pie Crust works together as a beautiful team that delivers the
perfect flavor and textual mouth feel to deliver the base for this profile.

The Fruits:
The fine balance of a little lemon and a kiss of tangerine really are the hero's that lift the mouthwatering
passionfruits to an amazing level of authenticity. The Yellow Passion by VT is the most beautiful Passionfruit
I have ever SF tested but half/half with the "VT Passionfruit" it is out of this world!

The Creams:
The Use of FA Custard is the most reliable and beautiful custard that offers that hint of brightness on the end
that IMO makes it a must to utilise in any citrus style recipe that call for a custard.
The Capella Butter Cream pairs perfectly and delivers the glossy sweet texture that this profile was calling for.

Give this recipe a mix whether you have had a chance to try the "real thing" or not.
If you have an appreciation for this profile please let me know what you thought.
Most of all enjoy your mixing journey! & Pash That Tart!!!! lol

Watch it being mixed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qao7pYt1sq0

After a fair bit of tinkering this ended up being a wonderful fruit slush. Not overly sweet, not overly cool. Fruit comes through nicely, with the slight cool exhale. Enjoy :) :)

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