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Created By: Agathodaemon
Added On: 01/15/17
Published On: 01/15/17
Updated On: 04/17/22


"Pears under Palms" is a creamy pear-coconut milk-green tea-smoothie and my recipe for the 1st Beginner Blendings Mixxed Competition Finals. If you like creamy and fruity vapes, this one is for you. On the inhale you get a slightly sour pear-note which, on the exhale, turns into a creamy smoothie with a sweet green tea and mild coconut undertone. I hope you like it as much as I do. This round was again pretty hard for me because I created three very different recipes which came out pretty nice IMO. It was a hard decision and I hope I chose the right one to win the comp ;) I'm probably going to release at least one of the other two recipes when the contest is over. Good luck to the other three contestants!

Attention: For the coconut I used Jungle Flavors (JF) Coconut!!! Unfortunatly I couldn't find it in the flavor list, so I used TPA's as a placeholder!!!!!

FA Pear I wanted to keep pear as the main profile and FA Pear is a very realistic one IMO. You can probably add a bit TPA Pear to highlight it a bit more, but being limited in the number of flavors to put in I chose not to do so.

FA Fuji Apple & FA Lemon Sicily I used Fuji and Lemon Sicily to boost the pear and to make it a bit brighter und upfront. Both used at low percentages to not overpower the pear.

FA Whipped Cream & TPA Bavarian Cream & FW Hazelnut These are obviously the cream components. I added Bavarian Cream to make it a bit sweeter and I found that, after a few days steep, it blended very good with the coconut and gave a coconut-milk like taste. The hazelnut served as enhancer for the creams and again brings everything together.

TPA Green Tea About 2 % added a nice sweat green tea flavor, creating an overall more interesting vape-experience.

JF Coconut For the coconut I used Jungle Flavors (JF) Coconut at 0.7%!!! Unfortunatly I couldn't find it in the flavor list, so I put in TPA's as a placeholder which might work as a replacement as well!!!!! JF Coconut is my favorite coconut flavor at the moment. I used it under 1% because in combination with the creams it tends to mute the fruit flavors after a while. It takes about a 2-3 days steep to sit down in the mix and not to be to dominant.

TPA Sweetener I used just about 1 drop/10 mL to add a bit more sweetness to the mix. Add more if you like but beware that it potentially mutes the fruits as well.

Notes: mixed at 80/30 (VG/PG). Steep: minimum steep over night, best after 3-5 days.

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