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alexis666
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So this started off by me making this strawberry lemonade. I didn't think it was very good but I thought I would try to add some koolada to make it more lemonade-like. The koolada completely changed the recipe for me, made everything pop and much crispier where I found it dull and undefined/swampy - I can't state enough how much of a difference it made and I really didn't expect it to.

I hated menthol with a passion when I smoked and have not enjoyed cooling much in vaping either which is why I was so surprised about this, I couldn't get enough of the recipe and vaped nearly 30ml in two days and it is now my first adv (I usually change flavours after every 2ml tank) . So if you don't like cooling agents maybe give that one a try, it has changed my vaping world drastically.

After this seemingly simple adaption I decided to try one myself. I have been wanting to use lychee up in a recipe for a while as I haven't been keen on it so far, and I have read mentions of using tangerine in lemonades on here a few times. There was no development involved at all, I made the recipe, steeped it and it tasted fantastic to me.

INW Cactus - I added this to make it juicier tasting

TPA Dragonfruit - This was to add some juiciness but also to blend it all together and add a bit more depth to the taste. I don't think you can taste it but I like that it gives an (perhaps) unidentifiable background layer. I've discovered that it goes well with koolada as well.

TPA Koolada 10% - Obviously to make it colder but it also lifts the flavours considerably, gives them a cleaner taste, and makes them pop. This could go down or up a bit, I like it with about 1% but 0.5% seems to be enough to do what it needs to without being very cold. I think it also makes a big difference to the lemonade aspect of the recipe, it seems to bring it slightly closer to being fizzy somehow.

LA Lemonade - Don't have much to say about this, it's the only lemonade I have and it seems to work well with the other flavours.

CAP Sweet Lychee - As I mentioned before, I wanted to use up this flavour because I haven't been keen on the taste of it so far, especially in cold recipes. I like it here because the floral side isn't too strong and the other flavours round it out in the areas it needs it. The other flavours back it up enough that isn't a very obvious lychee but certainly is there.

CAP Sweet Tangerine - In this recipe I think it adds a sweetness and bottom end to the lychee in combination to the lemon(ade) and background of dragonfruit. It's not particularly obvious that it is there but it does have a job.

I like this recipe because it's not very forward in any one flavour, they all blend together to form a surprisingly complex whole, to me at least. The tangerine could be higher but I enjoy it just lifting and boosting things in the background.

After a shake and vape I found the lychee to be strong and not that pleasant but I left it for a week and everything evened out nicely. So I would recommend steeping for a week

User: alexis666 Score: 4 Entered: 6 months ago
I found this a really interesting and tasty recipe but it’s a little dry, and after while of vaping slightly harsh, for me. I feel like a cream or perhaps a custard at a low level would thicken it and make it smoother. I need to make another batch and try it in my RDA but my RTA is good for flavour so I don’t expect it to hugely different.
User: alexis666 Score: 5 Entered: 6 months ago
When I first tried this I found it quite dull but I made another batch with about 1% koolada and it completely transformed this recipe. The flavours were much crisper and brighter. I was never in to cooling before this but I went through 30ml in a day or two so this is now one of my favourite recipes. Rating this at 5 but I think the koolada is essential.
User: alexis666 Score: 3 Entered: 6 months ago
I really wanted to like this, it sounds so delicious. However, something in it gives me a very unpleasant aftertaste, like a bitter green skin/peel note. I believe it’s the papaya because I have experienced it with other recipes. I might try reducing the papaya, perhaps that will help.
User: alexis666 Score: 5 Entered: 6 months ago
What else can be said about God Milk? The first recipes that I liked and still one of my favourites and, in my opinion, one of the greatest recipes ever. I think it's just perfect. I don't think it is a strawberry milk, the biscuity base note makes it more complex than that but just enough to give it depth and dimension. It steeps really well as well.
User: alexis666 Score: 5 Entered: 6 months ago
Such a great recipe. It's delicious, juicy, surprisingly complex, and addictive. Doesn't need anything else.
User: alexis666 Score: 5 Entered: 6 months ago
I seem to be one of the only people in the world who doesn’t get on well with In a Godda Da Vida, it gives me a nasty aftertaste. This recipe though makes it so much more palatable, I still get a note of that aftertaste but the mango smooths it out so that I can enjoy the tropical noes and not be hit with a smack of bitterness.
User: alexis666 Score: 3 Entered: 6 months ago
I love the flavour of this but for some reason it rips my throat apart.
User: alexis666 Score: 5 Entered: 6 months ago
Really nice recipe. I added some koolada and left it to steep for a week or so. The lime calms down and plays well with the strawberry after steeping. Definitely will be making again.
User: alexis666 Score: 5 Entered: 6 months ago
I also replaced the INW pineapple with CAP golden pineapple (sorry) but it works perfectly. Such a tasty and complex recipe, extremely vibrant and fresh.
User: alexis666 Score: 5 Entered: 6 months ago
Never tried the original but this is one of my favourite recipes. It's rich and complex but smooth and very addictive. I bought a one shot of it from nomnomz and I can't put it down. I find it hard to identify any one flavour in it, it's that well balanced. An ADV is a strange concept to me because I change juices all the time but this is one that I will happily vape for many days at a time.
User: alexis666 Score: 3 Entered: 6 months ago
This is certainly an interesting recipe but I can't say I like it very much. To me there is some kind of weird taste in there which I find unpleasant, it might be mango tasting overripe or a clash of some sort. I read an online review of the one-shot of this recipes recently and it also mentioned something being off/not right but they said that the juice improved with a bit of a steep. A week was about as long as I left it, it did change, but I think I will give it a try with a longer steep to see if the weirdness reduces. Great concept but certainly doesn't live up to the hype for me.
User: alexis666 Score: 5 Entered: 5 months ago
Delicious recipe. This is the first tobacco recipe I have tried and I am addicted to it. It's light and delicate but complex at the same time. I wouldn't mind the flavour to be bolder but I don't know if that would ruin what is so good about it.
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