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DIY E-Liquid Recipe

"Tropical Melon with a Coconut Exhale"

Sounds strange but it has a cult following. And for good reason. Creamy, buttery coconut with a clean melon flavor. It breaks up the monotony of your ADV of Strawberries and Dragonfruit on top of being refreshing and unique.

Good as a Shake & Vape but gets better after a short steep.

Updates and Revisions:

Coconut (TPA) 1.5% to Coconut (FA) 1%
I can't believe I didn't think of this before. Duh.
Coconut Candy (TPA) lowered to 1%
To better compliment FA Coconut.
Introducing Honeydew II (TPA) at 2%

Lowered Butter Cream (CAP) from 1.5% to 1%.
This should be a supporting flavor and I feel this change reflects that.

Omitted Almond (FA).
As much as I wanted to continue to keep FA Almond in this mix, there was not much of a difference. Feel free to continue adding it to your own mixes, but at .5%, it seemed unnecessary.

3/21/18 BIG UPDATE:
Almond (FA) 1.5% to .5%
Coconut (FA) to Coconut Candy (TPA)
VBIC 3% to 4%
Toasted Marshmallow (TPA)
Coconut (TPA)

Went back to A/AP VBIC. After testing, I have concluded that Diketones are delicious and in small quantities, I have had no problems. Ordering Sweet Coconut (FLV) and will continue to test.

Changed Golden Butter (CAP) to Butter Cream (CAP). The Butter Cream lends a bit of sweetness and still brings that buttery note I wanted.
Lowered the Honeydew (TPA) by 1%. I feel that 3% still brings that overall melon tone, but perhaps without nose raping you.

Changed Toasted Almond (TFA) to Almond (FA). I feel like the sweetness of Flavour Art's Almond will really shine in this recipe.
Changed Butter to Golden Butter to reflect Capella's decision to change the name.

I have reworked the recipe to replace VBIC with A/AP free VBIC. I don't expect a noticeable taste difference.

I've taken out the Cantaloupe and reworked the other percentages.

Side note: I've seen my recipe re-posted on other sites and re-posted here. I'm glad you guys like it!

I steeped for 3 weeks and it was quite close. I reduced the Cantaloupe and upped the Honeydew. I really feel like I'd miss the Cantaloupe if it wasn't there, so I'm trying a reduced batch before I consider omitting it all together.

% Vendor Flavor
(CAP) Butter Cream
(FA) Coco' (coconut)
(TPA) Coconut Candy
(TPA) Honeydew II
(TPA) Toasted Marshmallow
(TPA) Vanilla Bean Ice Cream
Total flavoring: 10.0% Steep Days: 7 Best VG: 70% Temperature: 0
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User: SlashaLO Score: 4 Entered: about 2 years ago
To start off this tastes amazing. I enjoy Honeydew quite a bit and this mix hit the spot. The balance is great. The cream subdued the sharp points of the honeydew very well. I assume the toasted marshmallow is there for mouth feel and some sweetness, so it plays well here though I don’t know if it’s necessary, but plays a part. The almond I feel isn’t necessary, I am unable to get taste or texture due to the honeydew and vbic in here. It doesn’t hurt but I don’t think it helps. Butter cream blends with the vbic nicely to create a great cream. The coconut is a hard one for me. I have to search for it quite a bit but it’s there. I think it’s because of the honeydew at 3%. I don’t know if dropping it to 2% would lend the same flavor while allowing a little more coconut or not. It’s there but I really have to search. I think it had a more texture and sweetness with some cream, more than anything. All in all, this is very tasty. Ive never had the original so I can’t compare to it, but I will be mixing this again.
User: ParDeus Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
TRY THIS RECIPE!!! I hate coconut. I hate melon (vape flavors anyhow). This shit is amazing. I will admit, I like it better with 3% JF Honeydew Melon instead of TPA, and I used 0.5 FLV Sweet Coconut instead of the TPA Coconut in the modified recipe, but both are amazing!!!