I'm already missing summer, and a mix with green apples takes me back to the days of nice sunshine and the sun not setting at 5PM. This mix really packs a punch, and I could see it even working in your lower end pod systems if need be.
Tested on a Cthulu 1928 MTL RDA / Pasito Pod RBA 15w 6 wraps 2mm 25mg/mL Nicotine
CAP Double Apple - This is the base of the green apple, I find it to be the perfect balance between sweet green apple candy, and a real, delicious, and somewhat tart green apple. I have become very fond of this flavour overtime and it never dissapoints.
FM Green Apple - FM Green Apple brings out the true apple for this mix. It has a really nice tart flavour, and has a juicy mouthfeel along with it. This really helps support the "skin" of the apple too.
FA Apple Fuji - Wrapping it all up, I decided to leave it at FA Fuji. FA Fuji is another really good realistic but semi-sweet apple taste. It really rounds out the whole recipe and makes it feel complete.
CAP Super Sweet - This is just to bring a bit more sweetness to the mix, as with most of my mixes its completely optional.
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Green apple Jolly Rancher.
I tried WF Jolly Green Candy aka WF Green Sweet Candy, which is what it's called on the bottle I have. Or I'm pretty sure it's called Green Candy at Chefs. Anyway, I tried it and thought it was like a better version of CAP Green Apple Hard Candy. To me the apple flavour is better and you don't have to use it at a crazily high %. It does the hard candy texture really well. I've heard the folks on Noted describe some hard candy flavours as 'glossy' and it is definitely that.
I wanted to experiment with the flavour so I thought it made sense to try it in ConcreteRiver's Camp Tigerclaw. I just subbed the CAP Green Apple Hard Candy for WF Whatever It's Called and it turned out pretty great. There is already a fair amount of sucralose in the WF so I reduced the amount of CAP SS used. It's maybe not quite as sweet as Camp Tigerclaw, but it's still pretty sweet for me. I found that the sweetener was dampening the sourness so I tried to balance getting the sweetness without losing too much of the tartness.
I really wanted to jump into Raspberries. I love FA Raspberry as it is the flavor of one my favorite candies, but I wanted to use it in a supporting role. Build a more comprehensive flavor.
Raspberries, the NF Raspberry Syrup at 2% is actually SSA Raspberry Syrup. My first time using it, and it is fantastic. I added a little of FA Raspberry to boost the note on the top. I must say I really love it.
I added a bit of FA Forest fruit just to deepen the berry. Give it a little variety and depth.
The Gummy bit. I really like Sour Gummy Candy by WF and have used it quite a bit at this point. I don't have many gummy candies that don't have a particular fruit profile already in place. So I may grab another and try it at some point, but for now WF seems to fit the bill. I added a bit of CAP Strawberry Taffy to give both a taffy mouth feel and to add a bit more contrasting candy red fruit flavor. I like it for that.
A bit of Super Sweet pulls things together nicely. Still a work in progress, but I really like this right off the shake. Duel coil Kennedy on a stacked mech is how I vape. So usually starts around 250 Watts.
Alright, so, that name probably isn't the most appetizing, but it beat the alternative, Kumsicle. It's a kumquat creamsicle!
We have this hippy grocery store in my town. Smells like patchouli in there. They sell all the vegan/gluten-free/non-GMO/organic/fair trade/$1 from the purchase of this $6 candy bar goes to saving the rainforest type of stuff. Mine has organic vegan versions of creamsicle bars in the freezer section. Blueberry, Raspberry, and of course Orange, the most common flavor of creamsicle by far. The inside is, of course, dairy-free and instead filled with a vanilla-flavored coconut-based cream. I just thought it was weird that they had such basic flavors, in a place where almost everything is some sort of acai, goji, whatever weird fruit they found growing high in the Andes mountains of Peru this week. It seemed like kumquat would be a great flavor for a hippy creamsicle, so here that is.
I borrowed heavily from Jenn W's Loco Unicorn recipe, which you can see reflected in the combination of coconuts and choice of vanilla. I figured that would work well with WF Kumquat as it worked with her CAP Sweet Tangerine, and it does. The VT Sweet Cream really drives home the rich whipped creamy filling as it blends well with the coconuts and vanilla.
The trouble with WF Kumquat is it needs more of that tart peel note, I used INW Lemon Mix for that. I also tried a version with VT Orange Marmalade for the peel, but it annihilated the separation I was looking for between the fruit and cream. INW Lemon Mix stays on top.
I know it's supposed to be a popsicle, but I fell out of the cold things should be cold camp on this one. I didn't want either the citrusy top note or the creamy coconutty filling to get stomped on by it. You could try adding coolant if you want to, just don't hold me responsible for the result.
A delicious blend of fruits perfect for lower wattage/mtl/pod set ups.
LA Watermelon is a nice sweet candied type watermelon flavor. It's a little thin and weak so it pairs nicely with other fruits. Gonna make this one a little bit tropical with WF Island Mango. Island Mango is a decent artificial mango flavor. There's not too much funk to make this one weird. It goes nicely with watermelon. Of course I like to add a little FA Pear to most of my fruit mixes to make them nice and juicy. It gives those fruits lots of moisture and texture.
Sweeten to taste.
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A tropical gummy candy.
FA Coco = SSA Ripe Coconut
WF Tropical Gummy Candy is just a guava gummy.
FLV Pink Guava for a little sharpness
FLV Pineapple to add another layer and wetness.
CAP 27 Bears for texture and to reinforce the pineapple.
SSA Ripe Coconut for warmth and a little creaminess.
TFA Marshmallow to help bind everything together.
Have you ever looked at the art work on a commercial bottle of e-liquid and been inspired, when I saw the brilliant label on strange fruits "Spoiled Milk" I wanted that e-liquid, but I wasn't going to pay for it, I read the profile, a lime citrus milkshake and I had a bash at it a few versions down the line and this recipe was born and so I proudly present "Spoiled Milk blind remix" .
Today we bring you an all Flavorah recipe, and when we're talking about Flavorah, how can we not mention their tobaccos? These have short steep times and are very pleasant to vape on from day one.
Alright, here's what we wanted to tackle for this recipe: we wanted to play around with the idea of having a soft and consistent gradient between the different shades of the leaves, starting with caramel darkness transitioning all the way into a bright citric green. Without further ado, let's get to the notes of this complex yet light recipe.
This is a dark tobacco and it has a sort of caramel-like texture, it's an amazing flavor. It sits at the base of our mix and it delivers the darker shades of our gradient.
FLV Oriental Tobacco
This is our yellow shade of tobacco, contributing to a little beat of dryness and mildly ashy, sitting right in the middle of our gradient.
FLV Yakima Hops, FLV Tangerine
The Yakima fit very well into the initial idea, it has that greenness that we wanted while also being a bit citric, pairing really well with the Tangerine which is the top note of the mix. This combo delivers an incredible aroma of bergamot leaves!
The choice of this flavor might be odd when you first see in the recipe but it is primordial and it actually fills in all the missing colors to make our gradient as smooth as we wanted. It has that darker flavor while also contributing with the brighter notes of the mix, it also delightfully sweetens our tobaccos!
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