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It's pretty obvious I love blueberries at this point, considering my two current public recipes are revolving around them. Now when you throw those suckers into a piece of candy I'm absolutely in love. That's where I got this idea from. SnV Certified too ;) Hope you enjoy!
WF Blueberry Gummy Candy - The star of the show. I got WF Blueberry Gummy Candy a few orders back and seeing there is no reviews, and only one recipe using it - I thought I'd make some notes about it, and create a recipe with it. This is a really nice blueberry gummy candy, but it definitely could use some support. It has a sweet gummy inhale with a lingering candied blueberry that floats about. Highly recommend checking out this concentrate if you like candy flavours.
TPA Blueberry Candy - This is here to help the WF BB Gummy Candy's blueberry a bit. It isn't super pronounced and it needs a bit of a boost to really bring out that nice candy blueberry I was looking for.
CAP Jelly Candy - A favourite of mine to use to make things feel more like a jelly-ish candy. This really goes nicely with WF BB Gummy Candy and is a perfect match up to boost its gummy mouth feel.
CAP Super Sweet - I just like sweet things, this could probably be omitted if you want as all of these concentrates are fairly sweet by themselves.
If you are now interested, I've already made a second iteration of this recipe. You can check it out by click on the v2 below. I'm keeping this up because I think its a good recipe that is perfectly vapeable, but my second version brings it up a notch.
This is a blueberry fruit leather. Sweet on inhale tart on exhale. It tastes similar to a fruit roll up.
Blueberry extra a nice sweet bright clean blueberry.
Black currant adds a jammy note.
Blueberry candy is helping the blueberry extra pop.
Huckleberry enhances the blueberry with a nice tart berry boost.
Yumberry and black currant combined create the tart aftertaste of the fruit leather.
A third or fourth version of my take on Vapoureyes' Heisenberg (https://vapoureyes.com.au/products/heisenberg).
Icy cold blueberry, some bubblegum in the background. Derived from many of the available Heisenberg clones, tuned towards the VE version. It's close enough that I'll settle.
TFA Blueberry Candy - The base blueberry. Works great here at 5%.
TFA Raspberry Sweet - Adds another dimension to the blueberry candy. More of a dark, fuzzy berry background.
Cap Bubble Gum - There is a clear bubble gum note in Heisenberg, cap at 4% is weak enough but closely resembles the bubblegum undertones.
Cap Double Apple - Slightly crispy, bright apple note necessary in the mix.
Sour - Pumps up the blueberry.
Koolada/Menthol - Cold, icy finish. Clears out the sinuses, even at this low % (yes it's low, I'd even hazard upping menthol to 2%, but that's just me being a fuckwit).
Sweetener - Nothing to say here. Pretty much add this to everything, ties in a sweetness to the other flavours that is vital (imo).
Mixed @ 40/60. Great as a S&V. I wont lie and say it's exact or anything, but it hits the same satisfying notes of the original with some different intricacies. The OG has anise of some sort, and no raspberry. However this will do me fine until VE makes some one shots 👌
Weekend Assignment: 6/25/2017 BLUE When I think of Blue, I think of Joni Mitchell's album, Blue, that was released in 1971. That was the year I was born. This has been one of my favorite albums since the '90's. If I am 'blue', Joni can always pick me up. In her lyrics of the song Blue:
Well there're so many sinking
Now you've got to keep thinking
You can make it thru these waves
Acid, booze, and ass
Needles, guns, and grass
Lots of laughs
Lots of laughs
Everybody's saying that hell's the hippest way to go well
I don't think so, but I'm
Gonna take a look around it though Blue
I love you
Here in this recipe, I have emulated the time of the album (acid, booze, and ass). This is a Blue Lemonade with some some coolness added with Blue Ice (Acid), fizz of pink champagne( booze), and the Whipped Cream (ass, use your imagination), adds a bit of creaminess and sweetness.