Most of you will not have either NR ocean myst or LA grape (colorless),
You can get NR ocean myst at Nicotine River and LA grape (colorless) at Gremlin DIY, make sure you get the colorless because i believe they sell the colored version also.
FLV boysenberry - This flavor is great for this mix, just such a good flavor for this kind of profile in my opinion.
INW cactus - Giving that much known and loved taste and attributes INW cactus brings to the table
LA grape (colorless) - What a great grape flavor! Almost like the grape blow pop suckers and it helps bring something amazing to the grape profile here.
NR Ocean myst - This flavor recommended by fear and i am glad he did, what an amazing grape juice type flavor i just can't get enough of it <-- my grack juice flavor
FA polar blast - Bring some coolness to the vape, i notice FA polar blast fades over time so you can go higher if you are going to let it steep for a while.
PUR super sweet - Just to sweeten things up, PUR super sweet is about the same strength as CAP super sweet. Use any sweetener you like.
PUR watermelon - What can i say, had to use this watermelon for this watermelon grape combo :)
I have been working almost since the start of me DIY to create this recipe and it has been so hard for such a simple profile. This is the closest i have got to tigers blood shaved ice flavor.
TPA strawberry and INW shisha strawberry - These 2 strawberries help create the candy syrup strawberry in tigers blood.
TPA coconut and TPA coconut candy - Still looking for the perfect coconut for this profile but these are the closest i have come.
CAP golden pineapple - Helps bridge all these flavors and gives this recipe something special with the coconuts
Purilum watermelon - The perfect candy watermelon for this mix, the secret ingredient. If you don't have this flavor and love watermelon GET IT NOW!
CAP super sweet - optional but tigers blood is usually very sweet so i would recommend.
Notes - After making 120ml and having it steeped seems as if the coconut comes through more and could be reduced a bit in the recipe.
Major note - this uses TPA coconut not TPA coconut extra!