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(WF) Ripe Pear SC


By: Wonder Flavours (WF) - Buy Direct

Used in 105 recipes at an average of 2.108%.

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17 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


A sweet and delicious fruity vape . Perfect for a warm summer day . If you prefer then you can add sweetener or increase / remove the WS-23 , depending on personal taste .
Really shines after a few days of steeping

A long time ago (2016, which is like decades in vaping/mixing years), I tried to make a pear recipe that captured my favorite type of pear, the Nashi pear or Asian apple-pear. I did the best I could with the ingredients I had at time. Here it is again, a little better. I've not eaten one of these pears in some time, but this is closer to what I remember. Here's what I used and why.

WF Ripe Pear is the foundation this whole thing is built on. I used TFA Pear before but it's really too sharp and strong to easily bend into one of these sweet and mild juicy delights. WF Ripe Pear is softer and sweeter but still has the body. FA Pear makes it juicy. A touch of TFA Honeysuckle gives it just the right kind of sweet florality, it's that lovely speckled skin of the apple-pear and part of the sugary juice at the same time. I used JF Fuji instead of the FA Fuji to get the appleyness right this time - the old recipe used FA Fuji but that kinda spicy skin too much and it was way too sharp. I smoothed it out with TFA Marshmallow before, but that pulled it off target a bit. Tasting the old recipe again, I get a hint of vanilla and creamiess from the marshmallow that just doesn't belong. Adding a bit of Marshmallow to sweeten, smooth over, and fill out things is so 2016, anyway. Just use better ingredients to begin with and you won't need to do that. JF being softer and not having that hard apple skin eliminated the need for all that mess.

CAP Kiwi is a terrible kiwi flavor. Don't buy it to mix this, it's not worth it. It's not offensive, it doesn't even really even taste like a kiwi. But it's very sweet and just a touch of it makes this taste more like the the Nashi pear than the Ethyl Maltol I used to try to blend with Honeysuckle to get the flavor right four years ago. I'm pleased to have finally found a use for the stuff, and if you have it already, maybe you will be too.

This is not a boldly flavored recipe. It's not meant to be. It's aping a fruit that has a pleasant mild flavor and is meant to be an ADV that doesn't stress the palate with intensity. I'll make a blow-your-face off recipe next, maybe.

WF apple-cin strudel adds pastry and cinnamon notes as well as light apple note which pairs well with pear. Croissant adds that note. Glazed donut at a low percentage adds mainly glaze (which goes with the LA cream cheese icing for the filling) and a light donut note. LA Cream cheese icing gives a cream cheese note. Marshmallow vanilla adds nice vanilla note and body.

A Juicy Hazy IPA.
Revised version of All Day with newer flavors.

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An Autumn and Winter concoction that warms the soul and gives you the flavor fix you're looking for. A blend of Apple, Pear, and Fig with a hint of Caramel. This mix is smooth and enjoyable.

CAP Double Apple - really recreates the crispness of an apple, as opposed to FA Fuji which is much smoother.
FA Pear - Another layer of crispness and also imparts a slightly tart and but mainly sweet flavor.
FA Fig Fresh - This adds another level to the mix, as well as binding the Apple and Pear.
FA Caramel - Who doesn't like caramel with apples???

Could easily be your new ADV!

A Pair of Pears Custard Pie
A simple recipe made with a pair of pears 🍐

WF Ripe Pear SC is a sweet, ripe, juicy pear. Pair this with MB Shape Up Pear, which offers a realistic pear with plenty of texture and taste, wow a terrific combo.
INW Custard with WF Creme Brûlée Cookie SC work great together for the custard base and to create the pie. Top this with some OOO Powdered Sugar. Delicious 😋. I did add .5% of FLV sweetness, feel free to add sweetener to your preference.
Enjoy.

GOT inspired mix made for FRESH03 saturday show - A pear dominate thick syrup brandy cocktail

I have always been a Yara fan, and lets face it that lady has a set!

For this mix pear is the star, WF ripe pear is full sweet pear with some flesh and juiciness. The pear halves is a sweet almost canned syrup pear which adds the syrup note to this brandy.
Cherimoya fills out the middle of mix with some body sweetness and pairs really nicely with the pear.

The yakima hops helps add that slight bitter note along with the brandy to add the warmth to give the impression of booze

FA brandy is not very booze but really adds a dark sweetness and sort of softens some of the brightness to the pair.

Sour apple was added for a light sharp note to contrast some of the sweetness and adds another note to the pear

This is the first of the 3 mixes I took with me to Vape Expo Nantes in March 2019. I was kindly offered the possibility to go sponsored by Wonder Flavours and I took the opportunity. The best part is, Frank also made sure I received the whole line of Wonder Flavours flavorings.

This mix being for the second biggest French expo, I decided to only use Wonder Flavours TPD ready flavorings. I'm usually not a big fan of pear, but this pear is so ripe, so sweet and so lovely, I had to go with it.

I want to thank MB ( https://alltheflavors.com/users/MECH_MOD_RN ) who helped developed and test these recipes !

WF Pear = A great pear flavoring if you like a sweet, ripe and juicy pear. The body can be a tad thin and that's why I cranked it up. It ages well at this % and doesn't have any off notes I can taste.

WF Almond Cookie = If you want a lovely, almond that doesn't at all taste like cherry, this is a great choice. You have to go a little high if you want the buttery cookie to come out, but otherwise, it tastes like almonds and that's really what we want.

WF Starfruit = So I'll let you in on my little secret about this flavoring. Incredibly enough, it tastes like honey to me. And I mean a sweet, balanced honey that smells good, tastes good and doesn't fade at all. Don't put too much, it's quite potent and will definitely bend over 1%. Personally I love it, and I will use it again for sure.

And there you have it, the very famous French sablé amande et poire. We even have a dessert called tarte Normande with just this style of recipe but in a warm bed of vanilla eggy custard.

Enjoy, be queer & vape on !!

[Photo Credit: Natural Born Feeder - Rozanna Purcel]

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🏷️ A sweet, warm and rich kompot styled beverage with a deep red twist.

Info: Kompot is a syrupy slow stewed, fruity beverage served hot, cold or room temperature. It is a drink made of fruits and / or berries (fresh or dried) or a combination of both.

Top: Dragon Fruit with its smooth and mellow flavor is paired with a dark but vibrant Pomegranate flavor. Together, they are the core this recipe is built upon. To add contrast to these dark red fruits, as well as add a level of brightness; Glazed Strawberry and Strawberry, Sweet (JF) were added. Together these two strawberries make for a fresh, sweet and sticky Strawberry flavor.

Base: To give this warm, thick, and syrupy beverage body and weight - Quince and Pear were added. Quince and Pear, with their fleshy, smooth and dense texture stabilize and soften the tarter mixed fruits in this recipe; adding with them subtle notes of a Rome apple and a sweet cooked Red Bartlett styled pear. These two flavors also compliment the soft pear-like notes I find in the Dragon Fruit.

To finish off this fruity recipe and add a layer of juicy citrus zest, Sweet Orange was added along with a touch of Sweetener – to help complete the sweet beverage profile.

🔹 Created for Mixin Vixens Ep.48: https://youtu.be/U3--UKh_nZ8

🏷️ A sweet, warm and rich kompot styled beverage with a deep red twist.

Info: Kompot is a syrupy slow stewed, fruity beverage served hot, cold or room temperature. It is a drink made of fruits and / or berries (fresh or dried) or a combination of both.

Top: Dragon Fruit with its smooth and mellow flavor is paired with a dark but vibrant Pomegranate flavor. Together, they are the core this recipe is built upon. To add contrast to these dark red fruits, as well as add a level of brightness; Glazed Strawberry and Strawberry, Sweet (JF) were added. Together these two strawberries make for a fresh, sweet and sticky Strawberry flavor.

Base: To give this warm, thick, and syrupy beverage body and weight - Quince and Pear were added. Quince and Pear, with their fleshy, smooth and dense texture stabilize and soften the tarter mixed fruits in this recipe; adding with them subtle notes of a Rome apple and a sweet cooked Red Bartlett styled pear. These two flavors also compliment the soft pear-like notes I find in the Dragon Fruit.

To finish off this fruity recipe and add a layer of juicy citrus zest, Sweet Orange was added along with a touch of Sweetener – to help complete the sweet beverage profile.

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