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"For That Great Bubbly Taste You Deserve"!

Mix this wonderful invigorating cola for a lovely balanced cola taste!

Over the years I have attempted a few cola recipe profiles, but something just never seems entirely right, it's either not the right sweetness, not the right mouthfeel or the overall experience of a cola that I enjoy.

The obvious question is this more like coke or pepsi?
Less like coke but more like, well,
I would say it's more like "Pipsi Cola".
That cool new taste sensation!

It's a fuller syrup cola with just the right sweetness that I enjoy as I hope you will as well!

How did I get there?
Until recently when SSA Cola was released the best cola in my opinion was Inawera Cola, but like a lot of cola flavours they can be a bit harsh.
SSA makes for a great cola base yet lacks an authentic body of cola the way I enjoy it, so I added a little FLV Root Beer in the back of this and it worked well!
I also added OBA OBA to deliver a smoother mouthfeel at 1% which also works well for that in this profile.
However I struggled on the right type & level of sweetness, "it was like it needed a sweet almost caramel note", I proclaimed to fellow admin of DIY Downunder & all round great gal Rachael J aka Ohmage_Aus.
"Why don't you try a bit of that FW Butterscotch Natural?", she says.
So I did and am so deliciously grateful that she suggested that because it works perfectly!

So here it is!

Add sweetener if you think it needs it, add a little ws-23 if you think it needs it, but I enjoy it just the way it is.
However I get the best flavour out of this a higher wattage on a single coil RDA 0.15 ohm SST coil at 90W.
Let me know what you thought, let it settle for around 3 days I suggest for best flavour results.
I hope you enjoy this just as much as I enjoy the "Pipsi Cola" experience.

This recipe is a "Together, Let's Discover" moment!
It's easier to learn the fun & delicious art of DIY when your creating with your mates, so please feel welcome to join us on FB &/or You Tube!

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Enjoy!

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Imagine you could take the best of the best flavor notes from all the best lemon bakery recipes/eLiquids you have ever tried, pop them into a magical bakehouse and bring it all together in one recipe!
Imagine doing that with 5 of the finest and easiest to access concentrates to deliver maximum flavour and experience.
Imagine no more, because in 5,4,3,2,1 here it is!

The new Queen of lemon bakeries has arrived & she has waived her magic wand!

It's not quite a lemon tart, a lemon slice or a lemon meringue pie, it's the best flavor from all of those profiles rolled into one magical and delicious vape!

Layers of silky smooth deliciousness & scrumptious bakery with smooth & delicate lemon notes, it has everything you could expect but better!

A bold statement sure, try for yourself & let me know what you think!

Regardless enjoy as her majesty genuinely offers this to you with expectations that this will keep you from smoking & keep enjoying the experience that is DIY eLiquid creationism!

I enjoyed this best at 70W on 0.15ohm SST Single coil RDA
For best results Allow 4+ Days To Steep.

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My dream for quite a while was to create a velvety smooth vape that is simple for the palette to enjoy day in day out.
Something with depth, with a symphony of my favorite dark syrupy berries complimented with a hint of deep cream to suit.

Aged bourbon cream by WF paired best with FA Vanilla Bourbon here & up against the delicious mix of berries here it's just wonderful.
Adding just a little Cap NY cheesecake helped the depth of those creams a little more and the FLV Vanilla pudding really helped to round this out for an almost silky like finish.

Take out the berries & add your favorite other cooked fruit if you like!
Maybe you might prefer Banana or some baked strawberries.
Give it a go!

But this is about the wonderful blend of berry notes that I enjoy and putting together, that's why Jammy Berry, Mora & Wild Berry Gummy feature here.

There are some things in this mix that need time to meld & grow a little. You can mix this off the shake but the real depth of smooth & bold flavour seems to come in at around Day 4 of the steep.

I enjoy vaping this on a 0.15 SST twin coil RDA build with around a 2/3 open airflow at 70W.

I hope you enjoy these "Velvet Dreams" as much as I did creating this lovely blend.
Let me know what you thought or how you adapted it to suit you, regardless keep having fun with the best hobby in the world & staying off them stinkies!

If you like you can see more of what I do via DIY Downunder on FB or You Tube!

See my thoughts as I make it here: https://youtu.be/p0vBMTAYNzs?t=5999

**This Is A Duplicate Of The Original Is on The Accidental Duplicate Account under "DIYDownunder" rather than "DIYDownunderPippa"

Ready to take a dip into this one?
O oh!

You're about to get "Dunked"!
into
Strawberry Frosted donuts dipped in sweet cereal milk.

Every now & then on your mixing journey you strike gold.
This is one of those moments.
This is a profile that I have done commercially before but not as good as this!

This is a super versatile mix!
May I explain:

Firstly if you're "Strawberry blind" try subbing The strawberry with WF Strawberry Gummy Candy"

If you don't like strawberry but like the concept, sub the strawberry to something you do like, maybe a banana, some caramel or both. You can splash the beautiful flavour that you enjoy most with this this magnificent profile base! yes seriously!

There are 2 bases in this recipe.
1/ Sweet Cereal Milk Base: WF Buttermilk, Cap Cereal 27, OOO
Creamy Milk Undertones. Use it to dunk to your liking in your
recipes if you like. Tweek %'s to your taste!

2/ The Doughnut Base: WF Glazed Donut 2% & WF Philadelphia
Buttercake 1.5% just belong together, however a little Cap
Cereal 27 really assists with this delicious relationship.

The rest of the recipe is the "Glittter" (so to speak) that helps to bring the distinctive nuances to this profile. Flavorah Frosting is a must have thin yet definite frosting that brings a little vanilla which compliments the bases here nicely.

The Inawera Strawberry is a candy/jammy like strawberry that works here wonderfully. You could use other strawberry flavours instead if you wanted to or if it's all you have in your stash. Heck, you could throw a jammy berry, boysenberry, huckleberry, blueberry or what ever you like at this and it should still be lovely.

So now it's time to go & get "Dunked"!
Dive in to it! Enjoy it & enjoy all the versatilities that this recipe offers or click next, as long as your enjoying mixing and vaping that's all that matters!

I enjoy this recipe at 65W on a Single 0.15 ohm SST coil on a Recurve RDA.

If you like a solid recipe that works give it a go!

Cheers for reading this far, now go and get mixing!
Enjoy!

"Together, Let's Discover!!!"

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Created: February 10, 2021 (2 days ago)

Wow that's a bit dark, haven't we passed the era with all these cool names of eLiquid?

I'm not getting any younger so I am pretending to be cool ok, let me have my midlife crisis lol

How did I come up with this del-ic-ious recipe?
whooo ahh arr ahh, is that how a vampire laughs?
I don't know. I'm an old dag lol

Ok so my better half is to blame for this one, yes seriously.
She was one of those "Goths" back in the day & she has been intrigued more lately with my flavour stash since we got the new soda stream.
She wanted a lovely fresh blood orange flavour so I customized this for a vape eLiquid first because I'm still learning the ways of flavouring sodas.

Yes this is an eLiquid recipe though & I think it's worked out really well.
She wanted something cool with a just a lil something slightly deeper than your usual blood orange with also little cooling, hence the FA Blackcurrent & WS-23.

The rest sort of came by instinct, well sort of, but being experienced with the other flavors that I have used before that I hypothesized with here work well here & paid off I think.

So what is the profile?
Ummm, a Bubbly like Blood orange with a gentle vampire depth left with a little cooling that doesn't leave you in the cold.

I think it's a good one, but what do you think?
Let me know!

Regardless have fun mixing & staying off those dam stinkies!
Educate, advocate & be good to a mate!

I enjoy this at 65W on a SST single coil Recurve RDA.

I do a mixing show on YT if you want to take a look:
https://www.youtube.com/c/diydownunder

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**This Is A Duplicate Of The Original Is on The Accidental Duplicate Account under "DIYDownunder" rather than "DIYDownunderPippa"

A juicy yet syrupy pear that brings calm & good karma to a busy day.

Karma.
Think good thoughts. Say nice things. Do good for others.
Everything will come back.

I think it's amazing off the shake, what do you think?

See it being made here: https://youtu.be/Y6c57o1ohzA?t=5392

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This recipe started as an evolution but really it's a revolution in mixing.

What other recipe in DIY can you sub almost everything with another and it's still good?

What began as a remix to "Oreo's in custard" has evolved into something even more special.

This is a mouth full of all day vape off the shake but best in a week.

I have subbed nearly every ingredient in this recipe and each time it's been a success. If you have only got VTA Vanilla buttercream frosting, that works. Inawera custard rather than TFA VII works well.

No sugar cookie? use JF Cookie. Haven't got one ingredient leave it out or throw in 3%5% of FW Butterscotch Ripple.

Try subbing the cookie for a Molinberry version, it won't hurt it.

Add some fruit like bananas, berries ect and it will hold up nicely.

Make it even fatter in mouthfeel by adding some FLV Vanilla Marshmallow? Maybe even sub in some cheesecake? Regardless it will hold up beautifully!

In over 4 years of mixing I haven't seen a recipe that is as constantly versatile and delicious as this is to work off.

Have fun with it & enjoy the evolution!

Firstly a little background on the inspiration for creating this recipe. This recipe is based on an Australian favourite confectionery that is simply delicious yet extremely complex to replicate in an eLiquid.
The name of the product called "Resdskins" apparently makes some people in the American culture scream "That is just wrong!".
I won't lie, I don't understand what offense this causes nor have any knowledge of the sensitivities of native America. So as to not cause an unintended offense, I have called this recipe "Red Faces".
I have called it that because maybe I should know more about the subject, but hey I'm never to old to learn right?
In saying that let's get on with the recipe that has been the most challenging yet in my 4 years plus of mixing.

After 15 variations over the last few weeks and many many more over the years this is the nearest to justice I can do for this flavour profile.
The "Allens Redskins" is a legendary confectionery in Australia that is like a raspberry hard chew candy that is sweet, tart and little sour, slightly fruity but uniquely delicious.
I have to hand it to the genius who first created this profile because cracking the code of flavour on this is near impossible.
You have to concentrate REALLY hard because there are artificial fruity back notes like apple and pineapple. The Raspberry is extremely distinctive and that was very difficult to nail down.
Hence I had to create a 321 confectionery Raspberry trilogy to get even close. Accenting that trilogy was a balancing act of attempting to replicate the same flavour and mouthfeel and has an 11/10 difficulty ratio.

The slight creaminess and smoothness is also difficult to pin down.
The lingering of the slightly sour & tart notes you get in the real thing is also amazingly difficult to get right without muting the overall base of flavour.
The flavour saturation of the real thing is insane!

To emulate that level of flavour saturation in a vape eLiquid would mean using at least using 30 plus percent of flavourings, while at the same time it would make it sickly sweet after a few short puffs.
So to make this an enjoyable vape I have taken the middle ground of enjoyable vape Vs over sweetened and exaggerated flavour.
This is the closest I can do to entertain this near impossible flavour.
It's delicious, but it comes with some pre-conditions to experience what I have done here:

  • it needs 3-5 days to steep.
  • there are NO SUBS
  • It needs to be mixed at 70VG/30PG
  • It needs to be vaped on a quality RDA with airflow semi restricted at least 75w-90w on a 0.10-0.15 ohm dual coils or similar set up with wattage/resistance allowed for on a single coil RDA.
    (You can vape it on another device and Wattage but it won't necessarily be the same - let me know what you tried it on)

  • You need to vape it through for at least 5-10 puffs to get the lingering notes that deliver all the nuances.

I have set out, as I do with all my recipes to make this an enjoyable vape experience. Converting a real life confectionery into an eLiquid is difficult and this was seriously the most difficult recipe I have created ever!
I could either write a 16 page PDF on flavour notes & on how I came to use all the flavours here the way I did ect., but let's keep this simple & enjoyable.
I think this is a very good rendition of this much sought after recipe profile, but let me know what you think. :)

Enjoy!

If this was a commercial or custom recipe I would charge heaps for it!
I fully own this recipe and if I learn that you have used this for commercial use I will hunt you down because I DO NOT give permission for use of this recipe other than for private personal use only.

I strongly urge you all to please advocate so that not just you and me can enjoy a smoke free future but also those who haven't experienced what we have yet!

Advocacy:
You aren't going to steal my RED FACES Mr Hunt!
Not on my watch Mr. Hunt!
Australia is currently in a massive battle to save our industry from planned legislation that would effectively make nicotine almost inaccessible.
We only have til January 1, 2021 leaving us only a few months to try and turn this around.
Please stay informed and keep up to date with all the calls to action via the DIY Downunder FB page.
here: facebook.com/groups/diydownunder/

Seriously if you like a solid recipe that works give it a go!

Cheers for reading this far, now go and get mixing!
Enjoy!

"Together, Let's Discover!!!"

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/diydownunder/

Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/diydownunder

Instagram IGTV : @diydownunder

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A glorious,bright and fruitful vape experience that will be the envy of all those who haven't tried it.

The medley of fruits used here work with each other in a beautiful balancing act that layer very nicely with a silky smooth ice cream. A slight squeeze of lemon in the back that is barely noticeable helps the sun shine through this delicious vape.
The WF Buttercream Frosting paired with the LB Vanilla Ice Cream takes a so so melty like ice cream vape to a delicious sweet and balanced ice cream.

This would be one of the most unique yet wonderful eliquid recipes I have created to date.

I recommend giving this a week to steep for maximum results.

I believe everyone should have a chance to experience this.
Advocacy:
You aren't going to steal my right to vape with nicotine Mr Hunt!
Not on my watch Mr. Hunt!
Australia is currently in a massive battle to save our industry from planned legislation that would effectively make nicotine almost inaccessible.
We only have til January 1, 2021 leaving us only a few months to try and turn this around. Please stay informed and keep up to date with all the calls to action via the DIY Downunder FB page.
here: facebook.com/groups/diydownunder/

I mixed this at 70% VG

I enjoy this at 60W on a Single 0.2ohm SST coil on a Recurve RDA.

Seriously if you like a solid recipe that works give it a go!

Cheers for reading this far, now go and get mixing!
Enjoy!

"Together, Let's Discover!!!"

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/diydownunder/

Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/diydownunder

User: DIYDownunderPippa Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
Never has a recipe excited me like this! The best dam Apple 🍎 pie 🥧 recipe ever! IMO If you don’t mix this you will never experience something rare and special! Wow Russell Branche! Wow! Mind blown, taste buds are spoilt tonight!
User: DIYDownunderPippa Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
This looks lovely! I'm looking at this as a nice "stone" recipe to build off to taste. For example I could add some Lemon,Banana, strawberry, chocolate or other yummyness to taste! Nice job Mark! :) Thank You!
User: DIYDownunderPippa Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
I love a different profile of something I haven't thought of or tried before. I need some of these flavors yet I hope to fill those gaps in the next few weeks and looking at building around this using some quince. Mary-Beth, I love the profiles you put up! :)
User: DIYDownunderPippa Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
The best #InspiredRemix of any recipe I have tried yet! Thank you Jennifer Jarvis for the original here. You’re mixing is insane, in a good way! This recipe showcases how to achieve flavour separation, blending fruit flavors while achieving amazing contrast, flavour consolidation and more. The only concentrate I replaced was OOO Pie 🥧 crust & instead I used WF Croissant at 1%. While I respect it was a slight change I respect that the pastry layer will be possibly a little more buttery than the original yet at the same time, with that small change to the recipe it has helped me to appreciate mostly what Jen achieved here. Thank you to Dustin Freshly for mixing the original version of this first & making me jealous to the point that I had to have a go at this to. This is what mixing is all about IMO. Sharing experiences, learning with from others & being blown away with what can be achieved! Mix this!!! 5 1/2 stars out of 5 ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️⭐️⭐️💫
User: DIYDownunderPippa Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
This is a mix thats worth being patient for 2-3 weeks. Off the shake it's good but is at the edge of sweetness and the popcorn may be a little dry. This mellows after around 1 weeks though. By 2-3 weeks everything comes into balance and is delicious AF !!! I warn you now don't fuss with 30ml, do at least 100ml! When this steeps the texture and caramel tones along with the ice cream will give you cravings for more and more!! Not a simple mix but it is simply a lick your fingers for more great recipe !!! I rate this a 6 out of 5 !!!
User: DIYDownunderPippa Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
#ReturnTheFlavour - The texture and flavour is 100% on point for me. I can't see how I would improve this. The use of WF Glazed donut & FW Yellow cake, although it appears low it tied in with the FA Metaphor to give a subtly to the bakery here. The FA Metaphor Kinda bridges the bakery to the other elements here really well and no doubts assists the FLV Frosting which helps to contrast with that lovely vanilla icing. That icing sits right in there with a wonderful use of Fruit Circles where WF Lemon Orange Rice Candy is used as like a booster to that edge of sweetness to the fruit loop. I can't ever normally say I have had or enjoyed a perfect recipe but this one I think is as perfect a recipe as one could get on a profile like this IMO. Nice work Luke!!
User: DIYDownunderPippa Score: 5 Entered: almost 2 years ago
Oh Wayne, what have you done!! This is a collection of your knowledge & experience in a recipe that is a massive gift. On point, balanced and can't be faulted. Sure it can't be compared with a real thing but so what, that's what makes this fun. Flavour and texture is 100% and just lovely!!! I enjoyed this on a Recurve dual RDA at 0.14ohm 65W. Thank you!!!
User: DIYDownunderPippa Score: 4 Entered: almost 2 years ago
I have mixed the "Developed Version" of Peach Slush now and it is good. The texture of the ice was under sold by the crew IMO on today's show rather it was about the syrupyness that was talked about more. It was near unvapable at my preferred setting of 60w on a single SST 0.2ohm coil on a recurve rda because it was way to heavy with cold. I had to drop it down to not only get something with flavour but to avoid my tonsils & nasal passage from freezing. At 45w the flavour came through after i rested my throat will some water and around 5 mins. Although still very very cold the texture of the ice became present and the honest flavour of the peach started to come through. After around 10 puffs a slight medicinal note seems to linger that I can only guess is from the lack of steeping & I'm guessing may have been from the nectarine. None the less it wasn't overly offensive and I was certainly sold with the flavour and authenticity of the overall flavour of the profile. I think for some people the challenge will be to overcome that Polar Blast & WS-23 coldness that is blasted at you in this. The texture (mouthfeel) of the granules of ice by bouncing off the citrus soda is a stroke of genius here. IMO the peach could be better but that's just me. Before I go on, I love to be challenged and challenge myself and enjoy when others create a better mix than I think I can or mix something that I normally wouldn't, as is the case here. Rather I was inspired and challenged myself to see how I would go about mixing this profile to challenge myself. So being frank and honest, how does my recipe compare? I'm not just going to say it's better to "big note" myself but for my pallette and olfactory I enjoy it only fractionally more than the developed recipe. Why? The peach is better IMO due to the use of a slightly better use of flavours that I enjoy. I used VT Sorbet base and there is a slight watermelon back note and due to single flavour tests of working with that my head goes to that but it is faint and I think most wouldn't notice it if it wasn't pointed out. The combination and use of Cap Lem Lime with the Flavorah Ice, Flavorah Frosting & VT Sorbet certainly sells the granular ice mouthfeel on a par with the "Developed recipe" but also compliments the fruits just as well. Honestly if it wasn't for that "cold blast" and that slight lingering note I suspect from the nectarine (should go after a steep )in the "Developed" peach Slush recipe I would say that they are both equally as good. In my version the flavour is more present and balanced due to not being overpowered with nasal freeze. If I was to rate the boys (only my opinion, judge for your palette & olfactory!) out of 5 stars I would say 4 stars. If I was to rate my version honestly I would say 4.5 stars. At the end of the day it's about what pleases ourselves and what inspires us to keeps us from those stinkies with this wonderful craft of DIY eLiquid creation. Do It Your Way! & thanks guys of the developed crew for having a show like you do even if it's only 90% DIY lol, You gotta leave space for some fun right, keep on keeping it fun!! :) My version: http://tjek.nu/r/wEd9
User: DIYDownunderPippa Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
11 Days & I can't fault it. My full thoughts are here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hh1Wm7OnGJw
User: DIYDownunderPippa Score: 5 Entered: 2 months ago
My recipe of 2021 so far, mind blown! My full review here: https://youtu.be/MJDgtUykzts?t=3452
User: DIYDownunderPippa Score: 5 Entered: about 1 month ago
MIND EXPLOSION! In All My Years Of Mixing I have Never Experienced Magic Like This! Full Review here: https://youtu.be/9q6TOWT3UPA
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