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A sherbety lemon chew bought to you with the help of Nick Evans, he doesn't know he helped so don't tell him but I stole his taffy base for help with this. Find it here: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/218080#nick_s_taffy_base_by_nickevz
This is great off the shake. Enjoy 😋
A bright, almost tropical lemon on the inhale, that turns into Orange Taffy on the exhale.
Give this like a full day for the lemon, it's a bit sharp at 1% of the shake but settled below the orange after a day, so give it a little extra and a full day and they're balanced quite well if you ask me.
The powdered sugar helps this have a slight sugar coating.
Thanks again Nevans for the Taffy base.
I sweetened with .5% Capella super sweet.
Flavorah blue raz.. worth the hype? Abso-fuckin-lutely
3 different blue raspberry’s form to make the blue raspberry base and then I just chuck my taffy base on top, I know, sour ball candy isn’t necessarily a blue raspberry but it is to me and you know What I say goes 😉 give this 32 seconds to steep, or let the bubbles fade and you’re good to go.
Sweetener subjective but this is a candy profile after all, Don’t be a chicken.
I was messing around with the idea of mixing VT Banana Custard with Wonder Flavours' new Salmiak Liquorice (Salty) flavor. I had a feeling it would work based off the banana profile that VT Banana Custard has. I used that combo to create a taffy like banana flavor to add to Nickevz's taffy base. I give credit to Nick Evans for the Taffy base I used in this recipe using cotton candy jelly bean and marshmallow candy at their respective percentages. Its an excellent base to work off. The liquorice in this recipe also adds to the salt water taffy vibe I get from this recipe's combo of flavors.