A refreshing pink lemonade for the summer time!
I have mixed a few different versions of this and I feel this one has just enough "pink" while maintaining the strong crispness from the lemon.
I'm using CAP lemon lime to add more of a carbonated lemonade flavour as FW lemonade in its own is quite watery tasting.
VTA sweet raspberry is at a strange percentage because if I pushed it to 3 percent it forced out the lemonade feel of the recipe and made it a bit more syrupy, but at 2.5 I felt it wasn't present enough in the mix.
The strawberry ripe is adding some more body and inherent sweetness aswell as pinking it up more!
TPA Dragon fruit is of course to juice it up and FLV pink Guava is the magic zap that the recipe needed to really add more authenticity and turn the recipe from "pink" to "PINKKK!!!"
I made this recipe because I love FW lemonade and it suits the hot weather we are getting at the moment.
I'm usually playing more with bakeries but this recipe I find very refreshing and full flavoured.
I'm testing this on a Citadel RDA with a Flat Ni80 Clapton, 0.3 ohms at 60 to 75 watts.
It's great as a shake and vape but certainly benefits from a day or two to let the lemon die down a tad for the pink to push through!
Let me know what you think!
This is a profile I adore. Banana, biscuit, toffee.. whats not to love?
My partner is a baker and she made me the most amazing personalized banoffee pie with extra extra bass bass, biscuit base, buttery biscuit base.
It was phenomenal, and the way she used lots of fresh cream with the banana sooo perfectly.
I wanted this pie to live on in my memory forever.. or.. my RDA.
Its a banoffee guys, nothing ground breaking, but its lovely if I do say so myself, and nicely balanced with the banana and cream being upfront and the biscuit making its appearance on the exhale.
Wonder Flavours cream filling is absolutely perfect for this mix, such a brilliant cream!
At 2 percent VT English Toffee really sits back and just compliments the other flavours on the main stage, and WF Flapper Pie adds an overall pie "vibe"" to the mix tying everything together and giving it more context.
I find the use of Winder Flavours makes the mix very sweet so I skip on sweetener in the recipe, but if you want it extra sweet maybe add no more than a 1/4 percent or it will become very cloying.
The VTA Banana custard is great, and much much better after a 3-4 day steep, but you can shake and vape this for the most part.
Also another note of VTA Banana custard is that if you add sweetener to it it tends to stay artificial for longer in my experience, but without it feels more like a natural banana sits nicely atop bit of aul pie!
This being my first ATF recipe, unfortunately not my first public recipe as i posted some of my first mixes that steeped in to a vinegar.. but mixing is making more sense to me now with practice and better flavours in my stash.
Citadel RDA with a single Flat 22 guage Ni80 clapton [outside being 38 guage] 0.28 ohms at 70 to 80 watts.