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DIY E-Liquid Recipe

This recipe is a Work In Progress.

It might be amazing, but it's creator doesn't think it's finished yet.

So a little cocktail for St Paddy day! this is a sweet and slightly tart cocktail based on a Midori melon ball. On the inhale you get that bright citrus note followed by the sweet honeydew and bit of sweet warmth added from the bourbon. Good on an RDA at 60 watts after a 3 - 4 day steep. NOTE This grows a bit and the honeydew really comes forward after a day or so, so give it at least 3 days before deciding if you want to change anything to suit your taste

For the melon - FLV honeydew is the main note - it is a sweet almost creamy type of honeydew it is full body and has a slight syrup/ sticky sweetness note to it and seems to grow over time this need to be balanced with some wild melon and melon rind to add some more wetness of a cocktail

For the sweet and sour mixer i used a combination of citrus soda which to me is very much like a sprite soda with a lemon/lime main note - it is bright, front forward and also seems to grow.. Blood orange which brings a nice bright citrus sweetness along with some tartness and helps filling the middle a bit finally apple sour which is a sweet and sour candy syrup like note. This contrast is needed to create balance in a handcrafted cocktail.

Bourbon is used low here for some warm notes as you would expect in an alcohol beverage - but it is not booze . it also add some darker sweet notes to contrast some of the brighter top notes
SWEETENER: I added sweetness to mine at .5% as I like that additional sweetness which midori has but it is really not needed as the honeydew is pretty sweet on its own

% Vendor Flavor
0.5
(FLV) Blood Orange
0.75
(FLV) Bourbon
1.5
(FLV) Citrus Soda
2
(FLV) Honeydew
0.75
(FLV) Melon Rind
1
(FLV) Sour Apple
1.5
(FLV) Wild Melon
Total flavoring: 8.0% Steep Days: 3 Best VG: 70% Temperature: 0
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User: ID10-T Score: 4 Entered: 3 months ago
On one hand, Midori is something I've chased off an on for a very long time and I've never gotten anywhere near this close to that unique flavor. Not even in the ballpark of this close. I don't know exactly how it all fits together but I'm convinced now that FLV Honeydew, Melon Rind, and Wild Melon, maybe with the help of one or more of these other flavors, is essential for Midori. And it does indeed taste like Midori mixed with sweet and sour. I'm definitely going to steal from this recipe to try to recreate what a I want - a cocktail made of Midori, coconut rum, and Sprite or 7up. So I really appreciate that bit of awesomeness. However, I get a bit of that charred oak that makes FLV Bourbon so good in other settings, and it tastes weird, and frankly a little gross, up against that melon. There has to be something else to give it that alcohol warmth and darker sweetness that won’t bring along anything icky. Maybe TFA Kentucky Bourbon. Maybe FA Liquid Amber. Maybe one of the rum flavors. Basically, the Bourbon makes this taste like it was forced to be an all-FLV recipe when it shouldn’t have been.