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Smooth watermelon with a hint of pineapple and a soft candy/taffy edge.
This recipe is a 'remixed' version of an older recipe of mine (https://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/3451967/drag%20the%20waters) created back in February, although remixing one's own work would just be developing a recipe I guess.... Anyways, I made a 30ml of it recently and while I thought it was pretty good at the time, revisiting it made me realize there was definitely room to improve. When I created that recipe I did not have MB big but I felt it would fit here. Sour gummy candy and strawberry taffy work well but their percentages needed to be adjusted. INW dragonfruit was ok but I felt what it brought to the mix could be reevaluated and other concentrates could fill the gaps better. Shisha strawberry ended up being unnecessary in the end.
Couple of caveats here- I do not get a strong strawberry flavor from the CAP taffy, it is used more for weight in the candy base. I do have issues tasting some strawberries though so this flavor may bleed through differently in your mix. Conversely I can pick up FLV sour apple quite easily so I added it in at a very low percentage, feel free to bump it a tad if you are not as sensitive to its flavor.
The watermelon combo is the cornerstone of this mix with MBs flavor setting up the WF as a secondary concentrate that brings another dimension to our main note and carries a candied/gummy edge. Next I went with FLV sour apple using it for a tart/sour/ acidic note to break up the linear flavor of the watermelon and staying with the candy theme. I stated above why it is used so low, you may choose to bump it up a tad to get a bit more of the concentrate to shine through. Complimenting what the sour apple brings with pineapple sweetness and acidity as well as a touch of candied flavor, VT sugarloaf completes this mix leaving me with a sweet and flavorful finishing note trailing on the exhale.
When I initally mixed this I didn't use dragonfruit and got quite an interesting result. Watermelon was the prominent flavor on the inhale, but I had what seemed to be bits of the other flavors popping in and out. While this was kind of unique having a pseudo 'layered' effect, it was a bit tiring on my palate after a few drags being as flavor saturated as this mix is. Adding the dragonfruit gave me the cohesion I was looking for, wrapping this mix into a super flavorful candy vape.
As always sweeten to taste but being a candy-ish profile I used super sweet a touch higher than I usually would giving a bit of a 'sugar lips' finish.
WS23 may work here (~0.5 to 1%) as well but sitting in the 60's at the moment I'm not looking for cooling.
A true SnV as this is killer off the rip, overnight steep just gives a tad more time for everything meld together.
This is a candy based slushie using flavours i feel work really well together to create a mixed medley slush. Not alot gone into this one tbh kind of just had the idea, mixed it, vaped it & enjoyed it.
The blue raspberries with hibiscus speak for them selves as theyre pretty popular combo's although using hibiscus candy to fit the profile.
Sour water melon and jelly cherry are also a tasty combo and turning them blue works a treat. Using VTA sherbet as a candy like fizzy additive whilst sorbet base lifts the melon and provides some moisture for the slush rather than a straight candy. Also using sour apple as an additive as it carries little apple flavouring and more of a sour note.
Welcome to Canada! Right over here is our favorite pub, the Woozy Moose. Hockey is on 24/7, except on Boxing Day. They only serve Labatt beer, but they've got 35 different flavors of maple syrup on tap. And over here is the Silky Beaver, the neighbourhood Canadian ballet, or as you folks might call it, the strip club. It's all above board, the ladies who work there make a decent wage and get free healthcare just like everyone else, but feel free to toss them a toonie or loonie for a job well done! And then, everything else is just ice: icicles, snow, and a big frozen lake. Throw on your best flannel, light up your legal cannabis, and mix this ode to the maple leaf, the proud and majestic moose, the Royal Canadian Mounted police, a bunch of hosers going ice fishing, hot tubs filled with sticky hairy men, and polite, apologetic sex.
TLDR: Made a Strap-On (Strawberry-Apple-Watermelon) out of Canada-based Wonder Flavours for all you hat people and it is delicious lung candy. Sorry.
I didn't bother trying this with the WF Strawberry Gummy Candy or WF Baked Strawberry. I was afraid the Gummy one would be weird with Thai Apple and the baked one would be weird with the Sour Watermelon Candy. The Juicy Strawberry, I thought, would fit with them both, and it tastes like I thought right this time. This is only V2 - the first one had a little too much watermelon at 4%, but at 3% is better balanced and still plenty of flavor. This does not need sucralose. I could be wrong, but I'm pretty sure the Sour Watermelon Candy already has some in it, and regardless, the recipe is candy sweet without it. Kinda tastes like a Capri Sun that doesn't exist, but should.