Used in 73 recipes at an average of 2.642%.
A friend asked me to make a fruity drink vape and since I was three sheets in the wind I turned a cocktail into a vape. I hope you like it, it’s pretty close. The drink is melon liquor, vodka, pineapple juice, orange juice and a splash of sprite. It can be shake and vape, but it does get better after a day or two. I made it max vg with vg nicotine since he has a pg allergy. Tested on Titan RDTA 4 core Clapton (4*26KA 32KA) 6mm ID 7 wraps .22 ohm 120 Watts
This mix is based on a fall cocktail I recently came across https://jellytoastblog.com/cranberry-apple-cider-cocktail/ that looked really tasty for this time of year. I did not want a darker cider with alot of heavy spice like a mulled cider. I wanted a brighter crisp apple forward cocktail which I think I was able to achieve here .
Most cider flavors are a darker apple note often with spices - which I really did not want ; so the combination of INW two apples and WF Thai apple create a really bright crisp full apple flavor. Molinberry apple cider is a a lighter brighter cider which worked as the predominate cider note int his mix . The mint is light for me me and adds a bit of coolness in this mix, and is less noticeable as it steeps but I happen to enjoy that cooling in this mix
The sweet citrus of the blood orange and the tartness of the cranberry are nice accents notes to this predominate apple forward mix
The geingerale and golden syrup create some darker sweet ginger base notes for this mix with out distracting too much for the brightness of the mix.
Since this is based on a vodka cocktail I used VT russian vodka for the booze top note
SWEETNER: I added .5% of cap to help lift the apple notes a bit
A refreshing summer time mix with a slight twist that is great right of the shake.
On the inhale you get a bright sweet tangerine that transitions to a juicy sweet and tart pink grapefruit that finishes with a slightly dry tonic tartness and light sweet basil note . ( DONT let the basil scare you - if you are looking for something different and like mint and fruit, you may like this)
Honey pomelo is just my favorite pink grapefruit , it is wet and sweet and tart - if you want it tarter add some inw grapefruit, or pink guava or cap grapefruit to it
Golden syrup adds a light dark syrup note and cap super sweet adds a top note sweetness for for the citrus
Tangeriene adds some nice rounded sweetness and body to the mix, if you want a bit more citrus bitterness then FA tanger wound be an option
tonic water is just that it is tonic water, with that tart slightly bitter note on the finish and works really well with the sweet lemon and lime notes of the WF lemon lime soda
I Use basil from time to time rather then mint in a beverage/ cocktail to add an interesting sweet herbal note to a mix that complements fruit and it just works - it may not be for every one but I really enjoy it and room note it provides BUT USE it LOW
i added some ws 23 to mine as a option
A valentines day cocktail - Sweet strawberry on the inhale that transitions to the slight tart bright citrus & rhubarb finish
best vaped on an RDA at 50 - 60 watts
This was made on FRESH 03 fundraiser https://www.theguardiansfoundation.org/
I like the mix of a tart and sweet in a cocktail and this mix does just that
Rhubarb compote is a slightly sweet thick almost syrup rhubarb paired with glazed strawberry create that sweet simple syrup of the mix.
sweet and sour rhubarb adds that back sour note along with some of the fizzy sherbet for those additional citrus notes
fuji apple adds some more bright top notes and inherit sweetness
sugar cane adds that darker sweetness of the sugar cover rim of a martini glass
This recipe came from a brainstorming session between myself and my Sergeant who doesn't even vape. That being said his interest was still peaked. The basis for this creation was to develope a taste/aroma that was like nothing else. This required pairing concentrates that you would typically not see side by side in any other recipe out there. I believe this was accomplished, with the outcome being an extremely sharp menthol lemon lime top note with a sweet and sour vodka candy body. So if this sounds like a profile that you would be interested in, then go ahead, mix her up and let us know what you think. Thanks Krucial
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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Wanted to use FLV elderflower in a mix and recently had a pear martini while on vaction that had elderflower in it and and I loved it !! The elderflower is very front forward in this mix with the pear and honeysuckle coming through on the back end.
The pear and apple work to provide that sweet fresh juicy pear note
FLv elderflower is a pretty strong flavor and will take a mix over would recommend to use it under 1%. it is a floral note with a bight honey sweetness
Honesysuckle adds some sweetness and body and a slight sruyp mouth feel
Blood orange champagne adds a bit of citrus and top notes to this mix , and compliments it perfectly
Vodka & Strawberry Basil Fizz, capture the flavors of warmer weather with this fruity fizz.
Fresh fruit muddled with garden fresh basil makes for a deliciously refreshing vape.
Lovely fresh strawberry & vodka cocktail where FLV Basil and FLV Alpine Strawberry (can't-miss this in your collection ;-)) are paired for a light herbal touch.
FA Juicy Strawberry tops of the strawberry part, giving this mix a well-balanced juicy and sweet side.
VTA Russian Vodka, due to how light this is I used as an accent note at 3.75%, at this % it sits nicely in the background without overpowering the strawberries en basil.
RF-SC Baja Soda, my favorite soda, is used for the 'fizz' and light lemon/lime touch which compliment the strawberry and vodka perfectly.
Super sweet and WS-23 used to enhance and cool the juice. I used them in this recipe but you can leave them out.
Enjoy this refreshing combination.
Steep: needs 5 days
Hoping this turns out to be strawberry daiquiri type of drink. The story to this potion - This week in The Year Of Mixing we are in Hogwarts potions class whipping up some tasty potions. This potion creates confusion in the vapers - and when two people in close contact vape it, will develop uncontrollable lust and obsession towards one another. Warning: May cause a bromance to turn into real romance. hahahaha If you want to find out who I've slipped this potion to and what remedies they came up with (their own recipes) check out the Flavor-Pro facebook group and join in the fun.
So ... Expanding on my Purple Haze recipe... i have gotten my vape mail in and my absinthe from TPA ... so the Delosi Black Licorice is out (LOL)... and i have changed my sweetener to FLV and decided to layer the FLV Sweet coconut w/FA Coco Coconut and layer the VT Light Rum w/ FA Jam Rhum ..hoping for a more authentic flavor and really make this Drink style vape a serious contender .... I hope everyone who tried the original recipe enjoys the upgrade and Please give feedback .... thanks
Side Note : VT Recommends 4 to 5 days steep on the Russian Vodka ..however i think it will be ok as a S&V recipe.
Also if you choose to cool this recipe down I recommend ws23 and mix to taste.. I use 1 drop per 10 ml