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(VT) Sour Lemon


By: Vape Train (VT) - Buy Direct

Used in 172 recipes at an average of 1.371%.

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32 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found




  • Fizzy Kiwi Lemonade - Bubbly and delicious.


I recently got FLV Citrus Soda - and it inspired me to play around with my previous Kiwi/Lemon recipe - and I'm quite happy with the results.

FA Kiwi & VT Sour Lemon - are here to stay, as I think they're a great combo.
CAP Lemon Lime - brings some extra zing into the mix.
LA Lemonade - helps brighten up the other citrus flavors.
FLV Citrus Soda - to add that fizz illusion - I kept it low, as I feel it can quickly dominate the mix, and also get a bit soapy at higher percentages.

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Works as a shake 'n vape!


I use 70/30 - VG/PG at 3mg

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A nice tropical grapefruit inhale with a sweet and sour lemon exhale. Honeysuckle mingles throughout and gives this vape a nice floral touch. WS-23 cools it and brings an icy touch. Delicious.

https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/duhkly/emma_watson_a_citrus_vape

Building a Blueberry Lemonade using Bill D's Lemonade base. I did edit it a bit, I knocked down the VT Sour Lemon because i kept getting lemon floor cleaning notes from it.

I was out of LA Lemonade, and a majority of fruit lemonades use it, so I wanted to give a try at this, it's also my first recipe.

I found FLV Boysenberry gave it a somewhat jammy / darker feeling to the blueberries.

You can add TFA Sweetener if you want it a tad sweeter, but I find it sweet enough.

I think this can definitely be improved upon, but this is what I've whipped up for now.

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  • Kiwi & Sour Lemon - Fresh, fruity and delicious.


After vaping custards for weeks, I needed something refreshing.. This stuff hit the spot!
FA Kiwi I quite enjoyed on its own - but it needed a friend.
VT Sour Lemon came to save the day - lifting the mix to a new level.

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Best enjoyed right off the shake - The "freshness" will fade in a few days ..


I use 70/30 - VG/PG at 3mg

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I've been chasing a lemon vape that can resist to higher wattages, doesn't end up tasting like overcooked lemon candy and doesn't fade after 3 days. I like a generous buttery bakery and a bright lemon curd on it with less sugar. When you bake lemon bars in real life, take the amount of lemon juice advised and double it. Trust me, it changes everything.

VT Lemon Meringue Tart/WF Lemon Squares/FA Apple Pie = That the bakery. VT Lemon Meringue Tart is lovely, you could almost vape it on its own. WF Lemon Squares isn't that lemony, but it's absolutely the buttery shortbread base for our lemon bars. FA Apple Pie marries like a charm with lemon and gives this vape the body it lacks.

CAP Juicy Lemon/FA lemon Sicily/VT Sour Lemon = This mix is the bright and zingy lemon juice profile I like. Also, these flavorings will hold themselves at higher wattages. You always need more from Capella fruits and citrus, but when you find the proper % for them, they will behave well and you can trust them.

FLV Greek Yogurt/FLV Cream = This combo is for the curd, for the tang, for the richness. Again, no bakery ever suffered from 1% of FLV cream.

This mix will age well. The first week you'll get a face full of lemon. The second week, your buttery bakery will come out. The third week and on, you'll have a well-balanced lemon bar recipe that will maintain it's lemony goodness albeit a little less zing.

Enjoy, be queer & vape on!

[Photo Credits = © ERIN / www.wellplated.com ]

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This is based off of @ConcreteRiver camp tiger claw https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/127046#camp_tiger-claw_by_concreteriver mix with some tweaks to make it a slushie Made for @freshipies Saturday DIY show 7/20

I loved camp tiger claw and thought is would make a great base for a sonic green apple slushie
lemon/lime soda and along with a touch of cap jelly candy provide the syrup slushie body for the mix
the sour lemon is added for additional tartness and pushed the sweetness of the apple
fuji apple added for additional sweetness and brightness

Bright berry blended lemonade with a touch of hops from the pink guava made for @freshipies Saturday DIY show on lemonades 7/20
the combo of boysenberry/ raspberry, strawberry and sweet currant provide a really balanced red berry mix with base, middle and top notes
FLV lemonade is a sweet lemonade but needs some top notes lemonade clear provides some of the brighter notes along with lemon sour
pink guava adds some of those tart notes and sits in the middle and provides a light hops note at the finish
raw sugar provides some of the darker sweetness and cap supersweet provides of the brighter sweetness
OPTIONAL WS 23 at .5% and cap super sweet at .30%

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Ok here we go. This one is a nice refreshing summer drink vape.

Lemonade Base - VT Lemonade Clear is an interesting lemonade with a bit of Fiz, FLV lemonade help to enhance the longevity of the lemonade. SC Lemon gives you some of that authentic lemon while VT Sour Lemon gives you that nice lemon zest. This is a really solid base for the lemonade.

FA Pear is used really for sweetness to go along with the FLV Wild Melon/JF Honeydew combo to give us a honeydew forward melon mix.

Finally the FLV Boysenberry helps to syrup up the fruits and add a touch of berry to the mix. Enjoy!

I recently had a piece of lemon and coconut cream cake and enjoyed it so much that I decided to try and capture the experience in vape form.

Lemon needs to be at the forefront of the profile as it is the dominant flavour, so I used relatively high percentages of FA lemon Sicily and VT sour lemon.

I then added some CAP lemon meringue pie as a bridge to the 'cake' part of the profile, rounding it out with a dash of FW yellow cake, INW yes we cheesecake and some LB vanilla ice cream.

The VIC bridges nicely; it adds vanilla flavour to the cake and sets up the coconut cream together with some WF coconut custard, which leaves FW sweet coconut to add a more authentic coconut flavour - this is the sprinkle of coconut on top of the cake.

I found I had to be sparing with the coconut as it has a strange muting effect on the lemon and can easily overwhelm it if too much is used.

In order for the cream to come through properly, this recipe needs a 7 day steep, but it is actually pretty nice straight away.

In terms of subs, you could swap out the VIC for a cream/cream combo of your choice (may try sweet cream and cream fresh), and you could also swap out the cake for a pastry to turn the cake into a pie.

Please mix, enjoy and let me know what you think!

Sun seeds is 1 drop per 30ml.

Everyone thinks I'm Crazy, but Peanut Butter and Lemon Curd are absolutely wonderful together, so how could a pie be wrong?

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