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I took my own Blue Eyes White Dragon and took some two and a half years of mixing knowledge, and access to some 500+ more flavors than I had when I created the original and decided that there were exactly 2 aspects that could not be removed. INW Pitaya and WS-23. I didn't touch the Pitaya, 1.5% is perfect to give it all the pitaya weirdness without it taking over the entire recipe by force. I did reduce the cooling by 1/2 though, in part because I acknowledge others will be trying this and not everyone wants their "cold" to be bracing and in part because I didn't want to bury any of the flavors that I used.
With that in mind, I chose to stay with the inherent weirdness of the original when swapping things around. That made Hangsen blueberry the natural choice, ironically for its utterly unnatural "electric" blueberry flavor. That is paired with the fairly recently released FA Blueberry Juicy Ripe which is, by all accounts, fantastic. In this case I feel like it sorta tamps down the inherent weirdness of Hangsen's offering, but that's not, strictly, a bad thing.
The peaches I went with here are JF Honey peach, because it's fucking brilliant, and CAP juicy peach because it is nominally very similar to TFA peach juicy, but more importantly because it's all sorts of fakey peach rings without much body.
A simple premise, perhaps nominally more grandiose than it should be, but I feel like this is a respectable "re-imagining" of the original.
Mashed @wolfwheeler 's blueberry combo from Toshiro (which is simply amazing btw) with custards last stand as a baked custard base, the results were outstanding and delicious! Give it a mix and see for yourself, reviews/pointers are always appreciated!
FA Blueberry Juicy Ripe / WF blueberry jam work wonderfully here to bring an authentic yet syrupy blueberry without any overwhelming earthy tones
Wf Macadamia Nut now this is part of why the longer steep is suggested, as this steeps with the other concentrates used it almost brings a chocolatey type note in the background just like in toshiro, simply magical.
sherbet is usually made from fruit juice and cream and sometimes some natural fruit swirled into it.
I decided to make a home made version of sherbet.
I combine an artificial blueberry juice notes with crushed natural blueberries and blended into a heavy cream base with hints of vanilla ice cream adding a dash is polar blast gave it a very light chill that doesn’t lend itself to be a menthol but rather a more realistic sherbet experience.
Adding the MTS vape wizard smoothed it all into a cohesive blend and gives a thick mouth feel without having to overly saturate it in creams yet a very smooth vaping experience.
This is primarily blueberries with some rainbow swirls sherbet and hints of cream.
Mixed berries, no creams or bakeries
Using forest fruit as a building block will get you a 'decent at worst' result 90% of the time. With as much as it has going on, I only needed a couple berries to push into a bit of a new direction while still keeping the heart of the vape distinctly forest fruit. Wanting to get a little more saturated currant flavor up front, sweet currant was an easy grab. Blueberry juicy ripe is a flavor that I've beeen digging for awhile and it pairs nicely with the sweet currant. The dragonfruit is used at a 1 percent to add a little background note while also blending this whole thing into a tasty mixed berry profile. I like it with a quarter percent sweetener and mix every other 30ml with 1% ws23 but feel free to dress it up how you like.
This can be vaped off the literal shake and you will get a delicious currant and blueberry forward vape, 24 hrs and it starts to meld together.
Switching to blueberries from the Yuno base really changed this flavor. Fresh, mashed blueberries with some tart/peel is what I wanted from FA Blueberry Juicy Ripe and WF Blueberry Jam. I had to up that WF Macadamia from Yuno for it to comes across more since it’s what held the base together.
***After a week steep, this mix did something that didn’t happen when I was testing it. The blueberries and macadamia nut created a light dark chocolate note that sits right next to the berries.
Was sitting around one day thinking about some of the tobacco's my grandfather used to smoke in his pipe as a kid. I remember cherry and blueberry specifically. So I wanted to create that idea of a fruity tobacco in a vape. I went blueberry because it can be sticky and sweet and yet have a darkness and richness that would be enhanced with the tobacco. This is really one of my first start to finish recipes building on each flavor. I also worked in layers to source out the combinations that worked. You will get a deep dark blueberry on the inhale and main note, riding on a body of RY4 and custard with a nice tobacco finish.
The first experiment was the RY4C (Ruyan Caramel Custard Tobacco) I mixed Holy Holy V1 (and V2 - both work if you don't have any OG left) and Ruyan Custard and was blown away by how well these two play off each other. That layer by itself is a great vape. They create a really well balanced Tobacco, graham, caramel custard. It is dark and yet kind of dreamy to vape and linger in the sinuses.
Next was the Blueberry Juicy and Gummy Candy - I remember Wayne or Noted - somewhere that Blueberry Juicy was a decent stand alone blueberry... but when I tested it... it was juice but not really "sticky" enough, so I added the Gummy Candy and really love how they play off each other. It has a great richness that plays well with the above base layer.
Lastly, I have been using FLV sweetness a lot lately - but I also made batches with Super Sweet and no sweetener. It really needs the sweetener to pull back the tartness of the berry and also it helps the overall quality of the texture. I actually prefer the Sweetness over the SS in this recipe as it supported the flavor better in the steep.
Built on a Hadaly with Ni80 Fused Clapton - Dual 26ga / 40 wrap @3mm - at .30 / 45 watts.