I took an old school blue raspberry technique (lemon+lime+berries) and jammed it, gummed it, candied it, sweetened it and pushed it to a point where I believe this is better than the commercial juice. The candies I added to this mix went impressively well with the fruits and made this more blue than I ever expected. I got that mixer feelings of, nothing is better and more satisfying mixing than the chance of something to go right and then it does. This is so much fun to vape so I had to share this lucky roll of a recipe. I am betting that the King Pazzo FA is the main transforming flavor because without it this recipe is not nearly as good or as blue.
This is something I always wanted to perfect in an e-liquid as I have always had a love for Apple Pie Moonshine. When Flavorah came out with Apple Filling and Apple Pop I mixed them with FA Apple Pie and FA Fuji originally. However, when I discovered PUR Country Apple I thought immediately after trying it that this would probably replace FA Fuji in my Hillbilly Pop recipe. Here is how I built this recipe.
The base is
FVV Apple Filling
FLV Apple Pop
FA Apple Pie
PUR Country Apple
FA Amber (for that nice fermented apple touch)
Some body for the recipe
CAP butter Cream adds some body and helps smooth out the pie portion of the recipe
Supporting and and polishing the recipe
FA Whisky of course adds the alcohol note that makes this recipe authentic. I tried other types but FA Whisky seemed to carry that note well.
FA Shade helps to separate the apple from the alcohol and helps to smooth out the recipe.
I really enjoy this and find it to be a very interesting e-liquid to vape on. It's pretty accurate and those who like the alcohol type vape will probably
enjoy vaping this as much as I do. It sure is different than most other e-liquids I vape.
To note, FA Shade can be left out but it makes the vape a bit harsher but a bit stronger. Sometimes I use it and other times I don't. If you try this recipe
I suggest trying it first with FA Shade and then once without. You can SNV but I normally give at least 3 days for the Whiskey to settle down a bit.