Used in 214 recipes at an average of 0.983%.
Let's make one thing clear from the start: I love anise. I can vape that stuff all day. If you don't like anise, don't even think of mixing this up.
With that out of the way: I've tried many commercial anise apple juices. But they were all lacking that certain "something" or were loaded to the brim with sweeteners. So I've decided to make my own anise apple recipe. And let's just say, after testing many apple flavors I think I nailed it with this mix. So let's get started:
FA Anise: Just straight up the best anise flavoring on the market imo. Nothing more to say, i'ts mandatory for this mix and not replaceable.
FA Fuji: As many of you know, it's the of the best apples on the market. It fits perfectly here at 2% to be present in the mix.
INW Shisha Golden Apple: The secret weapon of the recipe. It's just an awesome apple and gives the recipe that little special something.
CAP Double Apple: This is used here as the apple base and is a great flavor all around.
I also like my juice cold, so I usually mix it up with 1% WS-3 or WS-23. I wouldn't dare to put any sweetener in here, because I think it's already sweet enough on it's own. If you decide to use some sweetener in here don't go overboard, 1 drop CAP SS per 10ml should be way enough.
If you love anise as much as me than this can easily be SNV. If not I would suggest a 5-7 Day steep to let the anise calm down a bit.
Happy vaping and all hail to king anise!
Red fruit and anise, designed for restricted airflow and high nicotine pod systems. Tested using the Caliburn, at up to 25mg salts.
You probably shouldn't try this in a subtank or rda.
"There was much of the beautiful, much of the wanton, much of the bizarre, something of the terrible, and not a little of that which might have excited disgust."
This recipe obviously owes a great deal to the Chef's flavors "With Envy" line as well as the whole euro heisenberg / astaire genre of fruits with anise and cooling. I've been lightly consumed with remaking those kinds of profiles without leaning so heavily on sweetener / artificial colors / grotesque amounts of cooling.
Really, it's a pretty simple recipe. It has about 3 salient components:
The Red Fruit
Fruits in pod systems are maddening. They either kind of just work or they don't. The percentages can get a bit obscene when compared to a more standard rda / subtank recipe.
This works, and the percentages are obscene. CAP Sweet Currant is a big, bright, funky, and sweet red currant flavor and it's cranked way the hell up to actually stand up in the mix. It's also robustly sweet, which obviates at least some of my desire to throw in extra sweetener and burn through disposable pods. The sweet currant is definitely present at 10%, but it's a bit low and "bassy" without adding too much in the way of higher, lively notes.
That is where the FA Raspberry and the INW Rhubarb come in. In a pod, the 4% FA Raspberry avoids getting too sharp and floral, while still perking up that deeper currant. The 1% INW Rhubarb is kind of heavy handed, but it gives a nice tartness to underlying red fruit flavor.
The overall "red fruit" flavor is distinctly "red" while still being tart and sweet enough to really show up in a pod.
Ah anise, the great appeal limiter. Hallowed be thy name. I like anise as a counterpoint to bright fruit flavors, especially with cooling. This recipe uses two kinds of anise with distinctly different purposes. The INW Anise is a bit earthy and kind of bitter. It has a bit of that licorice-ish bite, but at 1% it's really being used here to give a dirtier counterpoint to pop the fruit in this recipe. The FA Anise is smooth and much more of a pernod/absinthe kind of vibe. It's there to round out a full anise profile at 3%. These percentages work fairly well for me in a pod.
I mean, it's obvious that we are going to be using WS-23 here. I've used 1% of a 30% WS-23 Solution to give something between a touch and a sledgehammer worth of cooling. The cooling knocks off the dirtier, aggressive edges of the anise and the cloying sweetness of the red fruit. I've found that WS-23 doesn't really need to be jacked up for pods like normal flavors, so it's still somewhat reasonable. I've mixed batches of this recipe up with 2% WS-23 and enjoyed it, but I feel like 1% hollows out the red fruit here a lot less. It's DIY though, you do you. You want to mix at 2 or 3%? I can't legally stop you. At least not yet.
That is pretty much it. I suppose you could add sweetener if you wanted, but I think this fairly sweet for a fruit-based pod flavor and I like not toasting my pods. As it stands, I'm getting 20ish ml per caliburn pod at 50/50 vg/pg without much drama. I don't think I've ever shared a pod recipe before, namely because they all end up so profoundly boring. I figured that was probably okay after burning through about 75ml of it in regular rotation.
"...and the Red Death held illimitable dominion over all."
FA Bilberry = FA Blueberry Juicy Ripe (cause it's not added here yet - don't use bilberry!!!)
I was going for a pie with a little something other than apple. Originally I put 0.25% FLV Pastry Zest and FLV Basil in it...but I don't know if it is just me not liking pastry zest or if it really was clashing with another note in the recipe, so I altered the recipe slightly and it definitely tastes better to me without those two, though I am tempted to add Basil back in, but I'll leave this recipe as is and if you feel adventurous you can give it a go with the basil and pastry zest if you want to.
Check out Episode 94 of the Mixin Vixens to see the full run down of what I get out of this recipe.
Wanted to take it back to the off-the-wall roots for Fresh03. I decided to go the latte route. The only "coffee" flavor I really have that I enjoy is Purilum. So I built the base off that. The anise is at 1 drop in the mix, its very strong. You can also not use it, it is just there to play with the lavender.
Smooth Black Licorice Mint Vape! Mellow licorice with a mint kicker. If you like mint and licorice you will love this. The (FA) Black Touch has that goodness of Old Time Aussy Licorice and the edition of (FA) Anise brings it up a notch. Adding the (CAP) Peppermint gives it a freshness and light clean minty backside. The (FA) Mint Candy adds a touch of sweet mint to round out the mint profile. If you are looking for a refreshing mint licorice vape I don't hink you can go wrong with this one!
Anise cookie is a traditional sicilian (Italy) cookie. It has a well cooked body, not too sweet, and the refreshing flavor of anise. We use it with red wine for dessert (like Marsala wine). I grove up with this cookie (without wine, of course).
For the cookie, after many trials, I find the perfect combo with an high 2.5% of FA cookie and a 1.5% of JF cookie.
FW pie crust work well to give a brown, hard crust to the cookie.
Golden butter essentially make a wet contrast to the dry biscuit base.
FA Anise is a strong, violent, flavor. So, even if it is the profile of this recipe, you can not use more then 0.75%.
TPA Pistachio at 0.5% is the perfect husband for the marriage with anise in order to give a nutty constituency to the recipe.
Mix made for mixing with my mates show https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDYR-KpaUDo
These cookies are made from flour, eggs, sugar, butter and flavoring (usually anise or anisette, less commonly vanilla or lemon zest). Pizzelle can be hard and crisp or soft and chewy depending on the ingredients and method of preparation. It can be moulded into various shapes, including in the shape of cannoli.
nonna cake is a fluffy cake with notes of vanilla and anise that create the base for this mix .
crispy wafer by WF is exactly that a light crisp surgar waffer cookie that has a light sweet vanilla note
Joker is a one shot that is very much like a cannoli shell - it works well at a lower percent for crisp dark cookie notes with some powder sugar
Vanilla shisha brings out some more of the vanilla notes and helps blend these flavors together to an adds some body without adding too much of a soft creme notes to soften the cookie texture
Anise was added to add support that note in the nonna cake
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