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Another grapefruit vision from a candy I had recently. A grapefruit Hi-Chew. I wanted a distinct mouth feel with a balance between creamy vanilla and grapefruit.
I lack a lot of taffy flavors so I tried to put something together to get that distinct mouthfeel of the Hi-Chew, so I brought together MB American Bubble Gum, OOO Marshmallow (Vanilla), and some WF Sour Gummy Candy.
A little TPA Vanilla Swirt to add a tad more vanilla creaminess and to bring things together.
I went through several grapefruits before landing on SSA Grapefruit as the main note with support from FLV Pink Guava and the hardest working grapefruit in the game VT Honey Pomela, to bring some brightness to the party.
A little SS to sweeten and lift the citrus and we can call it a day. This is decent off the shake, but the bubble gum is a bit much. It starts to back off after a day or so.
I don't know if listing what you tested it with is still a thing, but dual coil RDA at .3 ohm on a stacked 21700 tube.
I really wanted to jump into Raspberries. I love FA Raspberry as it is the flavor of one my favorite candies, but I wanted to use it in a supporting role. Build a more comprehensive flavor.
Raspberries, SSA Raspberry Syrup. My first time using it, and it is fantastic. I added a little of FA Raspberry to boost the note on the top. I must say I really love it.
I added a bit of FA Forest fruit just to deepen the berry. Give it a little variety and depth.
The Gummy bit. I really like Sour Gummy Candy by WF and have used it quite a bit at this point. I don't have many gummy candies that don't have a particular fruit profile already in place. So I may grab another and try it at some point, but for now WF seems to fit the bill. I added a bit of CAP Strawberry Taffy to give both a taffy mouth feel and to add a bit more contrasting candy red fruit flavor. I like it for that.
A bit of Super Sweet pulls things together nicely. Still a work in progress, but I really like this right off the shake. Duel coil Kennedy on a stacked mech is how I vape. So usually starts around 250 Watts.
First of all, this recipe uses a part of recent Developed Mango recipe.
Thx for that, it's an awesome candy base I use all the time.
Anise is a difficult flavor, but here it really compliments the Sweet Current very well.
The Sweet Currant normally gets boring soon, the Anise takes care of that.
I used to avoid Anise like the plague, nowadays I can't leave it alone. Must have vaped about a liter by now.
For me this is a topper of an ADV.
Hopefully you can enjoy it as much.
All the best,
PS: Hadeley RDA or Kree24 RTA - fused 28*2/38 clapton NiChr80 - 30 to 40W
Here’s a perfect SOUR GUMMY BASE for all your sour gummy candy desires . please comment and rate you can do plenty with this base . Check out my orange/ blue razz sour gummy worm on my page go mix it up and enjoy it . You could use watermelon and strawberry with this base or even apple and lemon/lime or either or . Or even try Cherry and blue razz . Or Blue razz and lemon/lime , lemon lime and blue razz , strawberry/blue razz , orange/lemon lime ... The list can go on and on .
This mix was created on our LIVE Remix podcast with a twist. Folkart and MaxSavage having never actually tried the original, Nachef vaped this e-liquid and tries to explain the flavor to us to remix. Full recipe notes on DEVELOPED LIVE at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8pqeKUPYN50 .
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So this is pretty straight forward. I love sour gummy candy and after being inspired by Noted's "Gummy Candy" and "2019 Flavors of the Year" episodes I decided I wanted to mix up some thing that was fruity, sour and sweet.
I used the MB Big Watermelon to back up the WF Sour Watermelon Candy. I didn't want it over powered by the FLV Peach Gummy. Adding the candylike WF Strawberry(Juicy) gave me the mixed fruit combination. It's a relatively simple recipe, but I enjoy it.