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User: Slippaz Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
I'm really surprised this doesn't have any reviews yet, because this recipe really showcases how much potential there is in the low-key-popular FA Forest Fruit. I used less sweetener than the recipe calls for (probably around .6%), and at that level the vape gives a satisfying, sharp/sour note on the inhale before resolving into a rich and creamy ripe/sweet berry that preserves just the right amount of the initial tang. To me, that tang is mostly berry, and I feel as if the sour yogurt notes are expressed as part of (rather than alongside) the berry. But I actually consider that a positive, because it's as if the dairy profile is a sweet cream that's absorbed flavor from a handful of berries. You just want to drink it, and in every gulp you get a fresh, sharp berry or two to balance out the sweetness. One way or another, if you like FA Forest Fruit, absolutely mix this up. It's excellent work.
User: Slippaz Score: 5 Entered: 11 months ago
If you're already into the carbonation effect from FLV Root Beer, this is definitely one that's worth trying. The FLV Ginger does an excellent job of transforming the root beer, and the brightness of that lime really locks everything in. The one (slight) shortcoming here is that, if you're used to vaping actual root beer recipes, you're also used to mixing it at a higher percentage. And at 2.25% the effervescent effect does fade into a "flat" and somewhat syrupy mouthfeel toward the end of the exhale. It doesn't bother me at all because it's still delicious, but it's worth noting. Obviously these are the limitations inherent in transforming FLV Root Beer, and this is absolutely a recipe I'm going to keep on tap at all times from here on out. Excellent work!
User: Slippaz Score: 5 Entered: 11 months ago
This is all I could ever ask for in a grapefruit vape. I don't even want to give flavor notes. Just mix it up. It's amazing.
User: Slippaz Score: 5 Entered: 11 months ago
Excellent work on this recipe! The description says that it's "heavy on the cream," and that's not false; but that richness cuts through the key lime beautifully to create a nice, balanced vape with just a hint of graham cracker mixing in with the bitterness of the key lime. Delicious, and the recipe I always reach for when I need a fix of this type of profile.
User: Slippaz Score: 3 Entered: 11 months ago
The flavor combinations in this recipe are great. Forrest Mix and lemonade are a match made in heaven. But it was definitely designed for somewhat muted atomizers. For example, I tested it in an Elevate and it pretty solid. That's obviously a tough balance when you're mixing for tart lemonade, but this one's just a little too harsh on good attys.
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