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in the summer I love this beverage it is a lime, watermelon, strawberry and coconut water cooler . It is similar to a slushie.
Made for day time franks Mixin in the kitchen episode on marshmallow
On the inhale you get a strawberry that transitions to coconut and ends with a watermelon and finishes with a light cooling note
watermelon is a slightly candy type of watermelon but does have some green notes here that is really prominent on the exhale. if you want a bit more realistic watermelon MB or FA watermelon lean more realistic
pineapple adds a darker sweetness that contrasts some of the bright top notes of the watermelon and sits in the middle of this mx - and it is not meant to be very prominent as it is more of a filler for the middle
Strawberry adds some jammy ripe strawberry notes that bring out the "red" notes of this mix
sweet coconut adds some volume and takes the bitter notes off of the watermelon which can occur when used above 1%
Vanilla Marshmallow adds density body, and sweetness with a light vanilla note that supports the red flavor in this mix
sherbet and sorbet are accent notes here. sherbet adds the citrus notes to help bring bright top notes of the fruit out. Sorbet has some additional melon notes with a bit of a mint cooling on the finish
feel free to add sweetner Cap super sweet at .5%
A twist on a classic cocktail the rum and coke. Sweet cola and vanilla on in the inhale with the rum and mint on the exhale, can be a shake and vape but flavor deepen 3 - 5 days
cola base VT cola is a straight up cola syrup adding the holy vanilla adds some sweetness, spice and pushes that vanilla note up front. The Fizzy shertbet adds that citrus note that is essential to a cuba libre and also gives a slight impression of effervescence
rum I like the combination of VT light rum and FA Jamaican run for a spiced rum
sorbet adds a slight minty cooling and fruity back note that is used as a top note here with the cooling on the exhale
SUBS you can use INW cola which would work pretty well here, FA cola does have a bit of a carbonation and a bit more citrus notes but the syrup is a bit thin so would need a boost - caramel or a cream soda
NOTES: Add sweeter to your liking or a bit more lime if you like that bright pop up top. If you want more cooling I would add a touch of polar blast but the sorbet does add that on the exhale . if you want more Boozieness then bump the VT light rum .
Best vapes at 40 - 60 watts in a RTA/ RDA
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This is an end of the day fruit tea that you drink as you watch the sunset. During summer vacations growing up we would go to visit my grandparents in NC , we would go and pick peaches for our SWEEEET fruit tea. This is my take on that tea
FLV Black tea - is my current favorite black tea , it is solid and not overpowering with a light drying effect that you get from tea. It is less earthy and dark then FA and has a slight floral note that works really well in a sweet fruit mix tea.
FA white peach/CAP juicy peach - my perfect peach mix of a ripe sweet peach - with some juiciness in it.
FA Blood orange - This combo adds some acidity and brightness to mix along with some sweetness. red orange is a slightly deeper orange note that works well with the peach and tea as opposed to a a more orange juice flavor that works better in cocktails.
flv milk and honey adds a base dark sweetness to this almost like a darker honey and helps to add some body to this mix and softens some of the tannin aspect of the tea
ADD TO YOUR TASTE sorbet - add a slight cooling with citrus and mint which is noted at the end of the vape. sweetner to taste - I like my tea to be SWEEET! best vaped at a slighter higher wattage ( 50 watts or so) to gain some of the darker notes from the black tea
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strawberry watermelon syrupy slush with cooling and the slightest touch of mint.
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I've been on a yogurt kick lately and my mission has been to make a mango yogurt. While developing this recipe, I decided to try to add cooling agents after many variations to see if it would benefit the recipe and it definitely did.
The goal was to create a thick creamy yogurt that was slightly tangy and had delicious mango. I settled on using Cap Creamy Yogurt for the body, Cap Greek Yogurt for the extra tang, and VT Yoghurt Base to help make it pop (VT Yoghurt has a slight citrus note).
For the mango, I could have just settled on using the great FLV Mango but decided to add VT Shisha Mango. This combo gave it alot more depth and added more juiciness. I love these paired together.
Now onto the cooling. I decided to add VT Sorbet for the effect. It has a slight citrus note, lemon and lime, that work well with the Mango at helping it pop. The citrus is not noticeable in the mix. I wanted to add a little more cooling without going overboard with it so I settled on FA Polar Blast. It comes out to 1 drop per 10ml. This is chilled and it's definitely not overpowering.
Use sweetener to your liking. I like it with Cap Super Sweet at 0.50%
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After many variations, I'm happy to release this.
This is a shake and vape, but the flavors pop after 2-3 days. I primarily use the Recurve, Wasp, Hadaly, Troll RTA, Serpent Mini, and mix it at 70VG. I don't like a real hot vape and usually use a resistance between 0.25 - 0.50
I have not tested this on sub ohm tanks since I don't like them, so I really don't know how this would taste in one.