Used in 127 recipes at an average of 1.09%.
I’ve always been a huge fan of champagne/moscato vapes, so after Wayne Did he’s new year champagne recipe I felt very inspired.
This turned out to be a very pleasant vape with a champagne forward taste and I rhubarb and kinda berry aftertaste. And after 2-3 days. I swear. I get a KINDA fizz to it.
Well long time no see...
I've mixed this recipe for my friends on numerous occasions this past year (probably made close to a hundred bottles of it by now) and it is the most requested juice that I make for them. I figured it must be ALRIGHT, so I decided to stick an edgy band name on it and publish it for the community that I'm honestly not really active in anymore in case any one wanted to give it a shot and also enjoyed it.
This is just a "prickly peach" type recipe that is an extremely easy vape in the summer due to the light fruity taste and WS-23 (I think this shit is literal crack and literally every single mixers "secret weapon" when mixing for non-mixers)
Prickly Peach - FA Peach White, FA Fuji, and INW Cactus
I think we all can agree (or at least we did a year ago when I was current on all the flavors out there) that FA Peach White is probably the most throat friendly peach out there, its definitely the go-to peach, and the primary note in this recipe at 2%.
INW Cactus brings the staple "prickly" aspect. At 0.75% you are getting the density, the juice, and a slight aloe note; all of these also help to further cut the "harshness" of the peach.
Who doesn't fucking love FA Fuji in any fruit mix? If you raise your hand I'll call you a fucking liar to your face. At 1% this is going to help hold all the fruit notes together and also add a slight indication of "tartness" (you know, that note that we can't actually simulate but try desperately to)
The Nonsense - TPA Dragonfruit
I mean its TPA Dragonfruit, you know the business. This is just there as an emulsifier that at 3% adds a little extra "umph" and pineapple notes. You could likely sub this out for INW Pineapple at 2% if you are feeling boujie, I personally used TPA Dragonfruit because it was cheaper and I had it in more abundance. I think both flavorings are great at doing the same thing, if you want a stronger pineapple note go with INW Pineapple.
The Aesthetic - TPA Sweetener & WS-23
This is all up to you baby. I prefer TPA Sweetener because its not as sickly sweet as CAP SS. I also think that it goes better with fruits than CAP SS.
The percentage of WS-23 is actually toned down in this compared to what I actually make for my psychotic friends. Some of them request that shit to be like legit ice cubes. I have gone upwards of 1.5% for these people before and they love it...that being said I think if you go over 0.75% you are going to be crushing a lot of your fruit notes and at that point you might as well be mixing WS-23, Sweetener, and Nicotine for this recipe because there is no way in hell you are tasting anything in that glacial cavity you call a throat.
Shake and Vape ready, probably best after 1-3 days, last forever and doesn't get too wacky after a few weeks. Enjoy it....or not
Rhubarb, orange, basil gin
I wanted too make something with flavor
monks gin, and I went with gin orange.
This was pretty much a firstly timer, and I might change it a bit, but as it is, it’s quite what I wanted.
I know there probably aren’t many people who got the flavor monks gin, but if you do, give it a try😁🍸
This was a surprisingly good combo. This mix is on the realistic side and not on the candy side so if you want candy this is not it. I’ve mixed mango pineapple and peach with good success in the past so that was not the surprise. The surprise was the addition on VTA Green Mango adding to the authenticity of the blend. By itself green Mango is a bit floral and a cross between the peel of the mango and the pit, but as a mango enhancer it worked magic. The cantaloupe is in this mix as a backdrop base, that helps emulsify all the stronger fruits and adds a mouth watering aspect. This recipe needs a few day steep at the very least (around 3 days), but I would recommend at least 2 weeks to allow all the strong notes in these fruits to blend. This mix is very flavorful, has a full body mouthfeel and it's sweet even without sweetener. If you don’t like cooling agents this mix worked well without it. I added WS-23 at a low % for a light freshness. If you prefer a creamy take I do think TFA Vanilla Swirl at around 2% would fit in well.
VT Turkish Delight - used for the rose note and for the caster sugar sweetness instead of extra sweetener
The cherry cola is used to boost the raspberry jam through the dominant cola.
VT Rb Energy Drink is enough to make the recipe pop due to its red berry fizzy candy syrup notes.
VT fizzy sherbert is a great additive for that simulated fizz
Sweeten to taste.
WS-23 can be increased but start low if a beginner.
Special thanks to Theo Kalaitzis
Coke/ Raspberry Rose Advert - the other advertisement I saw had ice cubes with a rose petal on the bottom with raspberries.