The perfect summer vape. Bubblegum flavored Lemonade.
Layer 1: i used LA lemonade at 4%, FE lemon at 2% and VT fizzy sherbet 1.5% to build my lemonade base. I tried with flv lemonade as well but felt it wasnt quite right for this recipe. FS adds depth to the "drink" aspect of this vape as well as adding citrus. FE lemon is a neigh on perfect smelling lemonade lemon.
Layer 2: LA bubblegum was used at 3% at first with just 2 lemons and was balanced very well but thin. I bumped it to 4% to balance with the addition of VT FS. That was too much, but 3.5% wasnt enough so we settle on 3.75% and that sits just perfect.
CAP sweet guava is here low at 3% to add depth and sweetness to the bubblegum without detracting it from a true bubblegum flavor.
tpa dragonfruit at 1% emulsifies the layers into 1 mix without extra flavor.
I chose LA bubblegum here for the fact it has no texture just flavoring. I dont want a chewy lemonade i wanted a drink with bubblegum flavoring. IMO sweetener is essential for this recipe to make it taste like a real, syrupy, bublegum lemonade drink vs a la croix or something lol .5% cap super sweet was enough for those results.
Overnight steep for best results, but SnV approved!
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Mix at your own risk, this is creamy deliciousness, and is addicting.
A real tart blue raspberry type candy vape. No doubt, this is a candy.
Laying down wf sour blueberry candy as the base at 5% gives this a really strong foundation.
Wf blueberry gummy candy to add depth to the "blue" as well as candy notes, and wf sweet and sour rhubarb gives this a very deliciously tart/sour back note similar to a fresh stalk of rhubarb and the tartness that brings, absolutely delicious and unique at 2% in this recipe.
Tpa dragonfruit at 1% adds the juiciness i want in this, i didnt want apple or cactus, peach woulda brightened it up too much i feel.
Cap sweet candy at .5% to really just drive that note home and Cap SS used higher than normal for me at .75% for the candied effect of sucking on hard sugar.
My gf loves this stuff n i was really happy with it as well i hope you enjoy!
Watch out kids....
....he's gonna grape you in the mouth.
Hide yo radiators.
+SS is used high here for a more candied effect, ws-23 is optional as always.
(This is a WKUK reference and is in no way meant to offend or harm anybodys sensibilities...)
P.s. also gotta give credit where it is due, a solid grape trio in here came inspired from J.Jarvis' Epic Grape PB&J, of which i am a huuuuge fan of.
Super simple, super delicious. Inw bgyc at 1.4% keeps it in the mix but so it doesnt take over. 1% ss may be a lil high for some of you so please adjust to your preferences, but i felt here it bent things more candied which works. .75% is prolly good enough lol.
Cactus is optional but helps with the juiciness.
I wanted to make a good ass red holiday pie. Rhubarb being the main thought leading into this journey. The other was Game of Thrones. My friend is about 3 episodes away from her world bein rocked and it brought some inspiration to my mixing table lmao
CAP rhubarb sitting comfy at 2.5% is perfect, at 3% it sorta took over the recipe, was very bright. I backed that up with FA raspberry at 1% and CAP sweet currant at 1% originally but i bumped it a smidge to 1.2% play more alongside the rhubarb. Adding in FLV apple filling at .8% to this adds some spice notes as well as a baked apple "vibe" to bring the other fruits all together into more of a cooked pie filling. I kept it low because of the addition of rich cinnamon and granola, and didn't want this bogged down by spices either.
The "pie crust" here is made from a combination of WF sugar cone and WF crispy wafer. I wanted something sweet but light and "crunchy", and 2% CW backing up 2.4% SC really blends into this delicious sweet sort of wafer-cone cookie addition.
FLV granola at .4% and FLV rich cinnamon at .2% add the cumbly crust on top. A cinnamony baked oat addition that really adds to the recipe.
2.4% tpa vanilla bean ic, 3% lb vanilla ice cream and 1% fresh cream are an optional "a la mode", does not need to be in the recipe, but creams things up and adds another dimention if you'd like.
I used 1% flv sweetener in this.
I recommend a 1 week steep for everything to calm and blend together perfectly. But it is vapeable after a day.
Love y'all! Hope you enjoy this :)
Y'all love banana custards.
How about a legit banana cream pie??
For the base of this Pie i wanted a Graham Cracker pie crust. WF Flapper Pie makes a great base for a custard pie, at 3% it adds to the crust, custard filling and whipped topping. FW graham cracker at 3% keeps it present but not overtly so, and is an amazingly perfect graham cracker note. TPA cheesecake (graham crust) at 1.5% to fill blend the crust and custard. Tpa brown sugar at .5% was used as well to darken and sweeten the crust!
For the Banana Custard layer i went with what i had. CAP Banana has a really good artificial banana flavor and used low at 1% along with TFA Banana Cream at 3%, it makes what i think of when i think "banana pudding" as far as the banana taste goes. Artificial. FLV Vanilla Pudding at 1.5% and FA Custard Premium at 1.5% round out the filling very nicely.
FA Marshmallow Vanilla at .75% along with TPA Whipped Cream at 2% both help add to the whipped topping as well as the custard inside.
I vaped this off the shake with (1.5 cap banana 2.5 tpa banana cream) and the banana was a little sharp. Readjusted and this is vapeable after a day but gove it time and it will only bloom.
I added .75% FLV sweetener (sucralose) to this, you can add sweetener to your own descretion!
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