At these levels, yeah, the guava is gonna terrorize the cherry and pineapple like some politically-misguided Latino thug beloved of naive student types.
Luckily, that situation only lasts about a week longer than a politician's promises, so five or six days after mixing this turns into something much nicer.
note that SA Cerise Griotte should be the cherry listed, but since the database isn't up to date... Also, I would never suggest anyone rape theor own throat with 40% PG - I used PG alternative to keep the juice thin enough to deal with the winter weather, if you mix this in summer I'd suggest 80VG minimum.
Yeah, proper pink lemonade has no added flavor, just food coloring and a bit more sweetener, and the other traditional pink lemonade use ruby red grapefruit, but really, there is no better red flavor than cherry, so a cherry lemonade would be the absolute best lemonade. And lemonade is best served/consumed cold, so the absolute best, the Perfect pink lemonade needs to be cold. Adjust the cooling for your tolerance, but it should be cold.
Add sweetener if you must, but try without any at first.
Really wanted a quick SnV desert tobacco. Connecticut Shade's chocolate/coffee notes lend well to blending with the chocolate mint of CdM, and they all work with cinnamon. Added some Australian Chocolate to make the chocolate the predominant non-tobacco flavor, and then the Red Burley and Native tobaccos to make it clear this is a tobacco vape.
Bonus for anyone who thinks they deciphered the acronym. And as always... use PEG or PDO if you're gonna mix at the suggested ratio, I don't need to end up on a Throat Offenders Registry because someone thought I meant they should vape that much PG.