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Surprisingly delicious cherry cola bottle gummy. The fusion of cola gummy candy and flv's new cola is surprisingly delightful. Tart cherry by cap and black cherry by TFA make a slightly syrupy, non-medical cherry that completes the synergy. Vanilla marshmallow by flv is great for a little extra mouthfeel and to give that coke some much needed vanilla.
Here's my stab at your classic skittles.
Purple - I used a combo of Grape and Black Currant here as in my research I found that both flavors are listed for purple. Together they taste very purple.
Red - Candy strawberry here that's why I left off the Shisha, don't need that realistic part in this candy recipe.
Green - Shisha lime combined with Cap SS is pretty aromatic and candied lime
Orange - Shisha Orange, see green
Yellow - Went with the pure lemon here mixed with the candy portions its pretty solid in here
Candy - WF Pixie Stick Candy + Cap Rainbow candy give you a nice sweet candy taste. It really helps turn these fruits into candy
Softening - the TFA Marshmallow helps to soften some of the sharp edges of the fruit. If you like it let me know.
Profile: Sour melon candy!
This is my pod version, of the original My Melon Balls that I made.
It's not quite as strong as the original, as that one is made for high powered devices, but it works tremendously in a pod!
I took out the CAP Sweet Guava as the original has, as it didn't really come through in the pod at all.
I upped the melons and the powdered sugar a tad to boost them for the flavor in a low powered device, and at the same down taking the WF Sour Vall Candy SC down a little, to not dominate the melons too much.
All in all, this tastes amazing in a pod device!
Feel free to check out the original for high powered devices.
A most excellent sweet, yet tart wild berry candy mix. Forest Mix provides the backbone of the fruit profile.
Bumbleberry layers even more tasty mixed fruits into the mix, along with its wanted candy notes.
Raspberry Sweet is used as another artificial fruit in the recipe.
Sour Ball Candy is such a great additive and lives up to its name. One of favorite newer flavors to play around with.
I added a tiny bit of WS-23 as an afterthought, and I personally like it in there. Feel free to leave it out, though.
Profile: Melon candy!
I recently picked up a few candy flavors that I wanted to work with, to cover some ground in that area as well.
The best way for me to start working with candy, was to find a fruit profile that I really enjoy and in this case, that would be melons.
Choices of flavors:
For the melon, I landed pretty securely on FLV Wild Melon, as it gives a great bunch of melons in one single concentrate.
But I felt it needed a little extra, so I tossed in FLV Watermelon as well as a booster.
Further I wanted to bolster the sweetness of the melons and at the same time start adding in the candy effect to the fruits. Here my choice fell on CAP Sweet Guava.
While Sweet Guava on its own can be very weak, it does have some awesome abilities to both sweeten up other fruits and add some nice exotic top notes.
To make the candy a candy, but not sugary disgustingly sweet candy my choices fell on OOO Powdered Sugar and WF Sour Ball Candy.
Those two always works out great in a combo. The powdered sugar adds a great sugary accent, that you just cannot get out of a sweetener, where the Sour Ball Candy adds the texture of a sort of chewy candy and brings a little sourness.
All in all, I'm pretty satisfied.
It's good right off the rip, but I suggest you leave it for half a day.
The WF Sour Ball Candy and Powdered sugar needs a few hours to really blend in well with the fruits to make it shine.
We did the Metal show this Saturday on Fresh's YouTube Channel and I wanted to create something that was red, weird and metal !
VT Blood Orange Champagne/WF Sour Ball Candy = A weird but red orange soda/energy drink base.
WF Sour Watermelon Candy/FLV Wild Melon = for a strong but rounder watermelon that shines.
VT Grapefruit/FW Ruby Red Grapefruit = VT Grapefruit is syrupy and works to clash with the watermelon. FW Ruby Red Grapefruit is is just that, red and it works well with the blood orange of the soda.
CAP Lemon Lime = The magic thing that binds all these flavors together and make them work as a profile.
Extra = You can add some WS-23 if you so wish, or some FA Polar. This will also benefit from some good old mint if you like that kind of thing.
Enjoy, be queer and rock on !
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Simple 1-2-3 Sour Blue Razz Candy, ready for spring and summer!
After hearing AlfredPudding rave about WF Sour Ball Candy on Noted, I had to pick it up. It brings a sour note as well as rounding out the other ingredients to make it a single entity.
I'll be honest, I've never even used TPA Raspberry. It was sitting in my drawer, I was brainstorming flavorings for this profile, tasted it on the back of my hand, and threw it in here. I feel it compliments the WF Sour Blue Raspberry Candy well, and adds more sweet depth to the raspberry flavor.
WF Sour Blue Raspberry is such a good Blue Razz. Sour, sweet, and syrupy. As soon as I exhale, I want to pick it up again.