In this mix, the Raspberry is the main note, in which all other profiles work on top of. I utilized FA Raspberry and TFA Raspberry Sweet to produce a vivid raspberry flavor that isn't too natural and "watery". While it's not particularly deep, it's a great base for a popsicle flavor. Next, I layed in the lime, which is the second dominating accent note. VT Persian Lime + MB Green Lime produce a very tart and bright lime flavor that sits right next to the raspberry, rather than on top of it. Lastly, I filled out the finish with FW Blood Orange, and used Menthol to add a light mint note to the mix.
This is a Strawberry, Blue Raspberry, Apple smoothie, with light notes of milk, banana, and ice.
A blueberry ice cream cone recipe. Made on Live Mixing
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MIX: 60VG // 40PG
This recipe utilizes the Water Malone base, skipping the Dragonfruit, and infuses a great lemonade base from OOO Lemonade and FA Lemon Sicily.
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If you're looking to use the Water Malone one-shot, mix at recommended percentage (10%), and add the same lemon base at the same percentages, skip the sucralose, but add the touch of ice. =)
Vanilla, Custard, Dairy, Bourbon, Brown Sugar, tasty.
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This mashes up the tropical flavors of cantaloupe & kiwi, and pours sweet honey on top. The result is absolute deliciousness. Made on Live Mixing.
This recipe has turned out really nicely, and I will continue to expand on it. 50/50 Lime Bar is an underrated flavoring that packs a nice candied lime with subtle cream. That's utilized as the main sherbet note, with the blood orange and pink raz filling out the rest of the profile
It's a very bright recipe, with lime and orange citrus dominating the profile. The finish is accompanied by the raz. The depth, while simple, does pack in all three flavor profiles, which seem balanced nicely.
Lastly, I want to improve this recipe by utilzing a different orange. Something that will pair with the lime a bit better, something as bright and as sweet. I also want to add a bit more of a cream note (think yogurt actually, for a "Yerbet". So stay tuned to my recipes here, and on my YouTube for updates on this profile.
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Extremely simple, sweet, Black Cherry Pepsi. Not nearly as authentic as I want, and very sweet, but the gist is there.
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