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Before heading off to Florida I made myself a little refreshing treat, a pineapple cream soda float... it’s a simple profile yet effectively different enough to appeal to everyone’s tropical side ;)
VTA creaming soda lays the base, MB funky and VTA sugarloaf provide the pineapple and what a great job they do... the FLV lemonade helps the pineapple by accenting it with a touch of lemon and helping the soda side of things. Finally the FA ice cream sits on top of the soda, only at 2% as I didn’t want it too heavy it fits in nice at that percentage.
Super sweet isn’t essential but totally worth it but to each their own and can be dropped out dependant on your tastes :)
Ws-23 works a treat in this recipe, you lose a bit of the cream but is really refreshing.
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In my list of quick flavor profiles that I'm often asked for pods/MTL vapes, pineapple is the most recent one. I decided to go for a pineapple juice, but I really wanted a sweet, strong and fleshy fruit.
WF Pineapple Candy/VT Sugar Loaf Pineapple/CAP Golden Pineapple = the pineapple. WF pineapple candy comes off strong, but it settles down after a couple of days and it's sweet. Sugar Loaf has good mouthfeel and middle body qualities and Golden Pineapple is good for juices yet loyal to the fruit.
CAP Lemon Lime/WF African Horned Cucumber = the African horned cucumber is the juice in this recipe. It acts a bit like TPA Dragon Fruit if you will. Lemon Lime is a great trick to make your tropical fruits pop, and pineapple is no exception.
It'll work in 50VG/50PG for a pod/MTL vape and at 70VG/30PG for sub-ohm tanks and RTA/RDAs.
Enjoy, be queer and vape on!
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I was inspired by Grimm Green beer tasting to create an eliquid based on the profile of the beer he tasted on the VLOG . I really enjoy this but the yakima hops may not be for every one - I find it really unique and interesting and the pairing of guava and yakima hops is perfect for me.
Tested on a reload RDA on a .17 alien at 70 watts
On the inhale you get the bright guava and pineapple that transitions to the hops and sweet gauva. It is sweet and juicy and just works
Sugar loaf pineapple is my Swiss army knife of pineapples it is ripe sweet and juicy and had a great body . it is not really a top note pineapple though and does sit a bit in the middle
pink guava provides a nice almost bitter tart bite to this mix that comes out at the finish
Sweet guava adds body and sweetness and creates the base for this mix
Fizz pop provides a life to some of the top notes
Hops add that sweet bitter note at the finish
Add sweeter to you likening
A simple pineapple smoothie with light vanilla undertones, that keeps me coming back for more. Sugarloaf pineapple and pineapple INW paired together, is delicious. A splash of pineapple TFA adds that extra top end kick. Yogurt, sweet cream, and a touch of vanilla bean ice cream complete the smoothie base. To finish it off, add a splash of ws-23 and Purilum super sweet (adjust cooling and sweetner to your liking).
I use a 0.25 - 0.30 ohm N80 quad core fused clapton between 30 - 50 watts. I use both an rda and rta.
I did update the recipe... The original recipe was getting to dry after a few days and pineapple juicy was the cause.
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%