Used in 40 recipes at an average of 1.4%.
I wanted to create a funky tropical summer mix and use some of my new flavors.
SHISHA MANGO+ISLAND MANGO-
I have been really digging this combo, shisha mango is pretty ripe, and island mango is a bit under-ripe. Combined I think they make a great balanced mango.
TPA PAPAYA+WF PAPAYA-
I really enjoy the tropical muskiness of tpa papaya and like using it @ 2%. Wf papaya is excellent, and it has a nice tropical sweetness. I didnt want too much of it to be present, I'm mainly using it for its sweetness and letting the tpa papaya shine.
VT YELLOW PASSION+WF PASSIONFRUIT-
VT yellow passion is great and pretty much the best passionfruit around, I want it to be very present, so I am maxing it out @ 2%. I am using WF passionfruit mainly for its citrus notes @ 1%. I was going to drop it completely and add a lemon or orange flavor, but I felt this was best utilized in this mix, instead of adding other erroneous flavors that would be distracting and get in the way.
Think of this as a sort of tropical diharrea, Hard to spell but easy to get. I like to use .4% FW sweetener or.25% SS, the mix is pretty sweet already, so its not essential.
Grapefruit Brunch - Grunch
A bright citrus beverage with a smidge of sparkle. Enjoy!
FLV MM, Lemonade, and Passionfruit are the
essentially the cocktail base. You could
layer almost anything on these and get a
reasonable "cocktail" vibe unless you go too
Grapefruit is pretty straightforward, 3 part
I chose FW Sweetener because A: It needed a
smidge and B: It's superior to CAP SS in
every way possible.
Note: I didn't include WS-23 in the original recipe, but I feel that .5% really elevates it a step beyond. But not everyone likes cooling effects so use your judgment here. I think it really adds something special to the finished juice, but not everyone will feel that way likely.
I bought a bunch of grapefruits 6+ months to make Terrorhawk but never could find the Jasmine. So i started playing around with the grapefruit combo and came up with this. Not real sure how to describe it guess closed thing be a passionfruit/grapefruit vanilla cream. Add sweetener if you don’t find it sweet enough for your liking
Mixed for the fundraiser on Fresh03's Channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3WsPJP8QfvxiiIBRr18lPQ) for the Ali Forney foundation!
FLV Gin is our base note, and the juniper shines through the whole mix. At 2% it's prominent but not overbearing. .25% Bar Back Bitters helps carry the tonic through the finish
3% VT Persian Lime, with a boost from 1% TPA Key Lime really helps push the lime all the way through.
3% LA Lemonade provides a nice citrus base, and WF Passionfruit with TPA Cucumber gives a fruity body and helps to tame the top end of LA Lemonade and keep it from pushing out the Lime in favor Lemon.
If you're a sucker for cold things I think this would be perfect with .5 to 1% WS-23 as well.
Alltheflavors isn’t playing ball with me at the moment so here’s a limited description
Botanical gin infused with passion fruit,mango,elderflower and tonic water garnished with fresh strawberries perfect for any tea party. A great refreshing cocktail for the upcoming spring/summer months.
Add ws23 1-2% for a chilly beverage
This is a collaborative creation by DEVELOPED: Skiddlz, AlfredPudding, Max Savage, Graham, and folkart.
This is based off of the cocktail the hurricane, a fresh tropical concoction that is just as delightful as the real deal. Full Development Notes on DEVELOPED Ep. 4 https://youtu.be/qeWQsaLEaVE
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