Yet another recipe, that looks like it has far too many flavours in, but my oh my do they all come together beautifully in this Strawberry Lime Cider mix!!! Three limes, three strawberries, and a dash of lemon, and this is good enough to drink from the bottle!!
Give it a go, and let me know what you think!!
Now I understand, you'll look at this recipie, and think, whoa thats alot of flavours....
Each one has its own place to create the perfet fruit tea blend, with an extremely subtle mint feel.
It all started with a wonderful cuppa tea from a coffee house here in the uk. Primary ingredients being Apple, Papaya, Mint Leaves and Rose Petals.
The Tea smelt and tasted so good, I recreated it in a Vapable form.
HLQ Black Tea is Chefs Fab MIx Black Tea
If you have the concentrates to mix it up, let me know what you think.
Well we've had some hot hot weather here in the UK, so here's my take on a Pineapple Sorbet!!
After having tried various Pineapples, I wasn't impressed.....
Chefs Flavours just update their Vape Train range, including some interesting Pineapple flavours, so naturally, I got them all in.
Sugarloaf Pineapple- Solo tested at 2%- A subtle pineapple, tastes like a pineapple tastes when freshly cut. Fairly sweet.
Pineapple Juice- Solo tested at 2%- A darker pineapple than the above. As the name suggests, a much more juciey type pineapple, like you'd expect in a carton. Ticker, almost as if its a Pineapple Puree.
Ice Pineapple- Solo tested at 2%- Theres the ice I was after. I can tell I wont be needing to add any coolada or WS23 to this mix. A very cool Pineapple, with a very slight menthol taste,
Overall I feel this is a perfect, cool, fresh, pineapple sorbet :D
Let me know your thoughts :):)
Note-The above VT coffee is Caffè Latte not Arabica Coffee- now edited add has been added :)
So far, the best Coffee Eliquid I have made!! As we all know, coffee is a bitch to get right!! VT has crested a fantastic coffee, which, when used at a low % creates a beautiful creamy coffee mix.
Let me know your thoughts, and any adjustments you'd recommend :)