This is a frosted lemonade recipe designed for low voltage pod systems using nic salts.
I had a revelation a couple of months ago; it cost three dollars, and it came in a styrofoam cup from the Chick-fil-A drive thru. They call it "Frosted Lemonade"; I'm not sure how long it has been on the menu, but I hadn't noticed it before. I was planning to order a lemonade anyway, and I thought, "Treat yo self." It's basically lemonade blended with vanilla ice cream, reminiscent of an Orange Julius or a Dreamsicle, but with a sharp tartness and a little more bite. I knew immediately that I wanted to vape it.
INW Lemon Concentrate and INW Lemon Mix do most of the heavy lifting here. Botboy's classic 3:1 ratio was my starting point, but I ended up having to increase the Lemon Mix to compete with the creaminess of the ice cream to make sure that tart zest flavor carried through.
TFA Vanilla Bean Ice Cream provides the ice cream base. In a sub-ohm recipe, I'd probably add some more support, but it does just fine with a small boost from the FLV Cream for a pod recipe. If TFA VBIC gives you the peppery aftertaste that so many seem to experience, CAP VBIC is a reasonable 1:1 substitute.
FLV Cream adds that small boost to the creaminess of the VBIC without adding too much to the overall flavor - a hint of milk, a hint of sweet cream, a touch of volume to the mouth feel. It's subtle, but it's the finishing touch.
CAP Super Sweet is entirely optional; it's good for just a bit of the sticky sugary lips that real lemonade leaves behind when you drink it. The percentage of WS-23 is up to you and your personal tolerance. I've listed it at 1%, though I mix it for myself at 2.5%.
This is a grape lemonade recipe designed for low voltage pod systems using nic salts.
Children of the eighties know that before Barney, there was the OG purple dinosaur. Purplesaurus Rex didn't show you he loved you with a great big hug; he crashed through your wall with his pal Koolaid Man in a face-melting blast of super fruity flavor. This was one of my favorite summertime drinks as a kid, second only to Hi-C Ecto Cooler. This mix hits the flavor profile perfectly.
FLV Grape has an artificial/candy grape flavor, like grape bubblegum or grape Kool-Aid. An obvious choice here.
Thanks to Botboy's original INW Lemonade combo (and to ID10-T for pointing it out in the r/DIY_eJuice FOTW Lemonade thread), I used INW Lemon Concentrate and INW Lemon Mix at a 3:1 ratio for a great lemonade base. The Lemon Concentrate is a sweet candy lemon flavor, and the Lemon Mix adds a touch of tart lemon zest. This is actually a more authentic lemonade than is probably called for in a Koolaid flavor profile, but with the FLV Grape on top, I think it still works best here. If it's too lemony for you, try leaving out the Lemon Mix.
You can adapt the recipe for sub-ohm vaping by reducing the fruit flavors by 30% and the coolant by 50% (FLV Grape 1%, INW Lemon Concentrate 2%, INW Lemon Mix 0.7%, Cap Super Sweet 0.25%, WS-23 1%).
This is a basic Strawberry Cheesecake recipe designed for low voltage pod systems using nic salts. The NY Cheesecake 4% / Sugar Cookie 2% standard ratio cheesecake stone is doubled here for the cheesecake base. I tried variations with combinations of CAP Sweet Strawberry, TFA Strawberry Ripe, TFA Strawberry, and a couple of other strawberry staples, and finally settled on the Capella product alone. The usual fresh strawberry with strawberry syrup flavor profile of the combos just wasn't coming through on a pod system, so I settled on Sweet Strawberry as a sugary strawberry syrup flavor - no fresh fruit in this recipe.
This isn't bad as a shake n' vape - reminiscent of a strawberry Creme Saver candy; but after 10 days, the cream cheese and cookie base starts to creep into the flavor profile. Enjoy!