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DIY E-Liquid Recipe

Was going for a clone of Crush Fruit's "Sweet" Eliquid. I'd say without the koolada it's dead on but I like the cool sensation koolada brings to the mix. The mix works great without koolada.

Obviously you'll want to use Lorann's Watermelon Clear.

TPA Dragonfruit:
Used as a sweetener and blender to really pop out the candy watermelon.

FLV Greek Yogurt:
I spent alot of time over a few revisions trying to find the perfect concentrate to provide a slight tartness alongside a light cream to match Crush Fruit's Sweet Eliquid. It hit the mark for me at just a couple of drops.

LA Watermelon (Clear):
The king candy watermelon (In my book), This is the shining light of the recipe.

FLV Watermelon:
A watermelon kick on the exhale was missing from the original mixes, After adding this as backup it completed the watermelon flavor throughout. It's a little bit candy (which helps in this mix) but is also a nice, sweet, rounded watermelon.

CAP Jelly Candy:
This provides the mix with a candy texture. Any more and it would impart an unpleasant flavor. At 1% you get a nice texture with this ingredient.

Koolada:
Optional. I enjoy the cool sensation it provides, But the mix works well without it.

I hope you enjoy it as much as I have been!

% Vendor Flavor
0.75
(TPA) Dragonfruit
0.15
(FLV) Greek Yogurt
1
(CAP) Jelly Candy
0.25
(TPA) Koolada 10 Pg
0.3
(FLV) Watermelon
4.75
(LA) Watermelon
Total flavoring: 7.2% Steep Days: 1 (SNV) Best VG: 70% Temperature: 0
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User: gravi-tea Score: 5 Entered: almost 2 years ago
my girlfriend has been going nuts for this one. I have to say it's the best watermelon recipe I've tried and I had water malone or whatever it's called.