Btw Inw grapes and grape are the same flavors....my grape journey began as all my other projects begin with 2 flavors that work really well together. This time it was Inw Grapes/JF blueberry which make a banging 2 flavor mix. But still it wasnt a full recipe it needs a supporting cast in the form of american bubble gum, but it still needed something else. Shoutout to Isuamadog and Robot because without their use of cap double apple I dont know if I ever would have finished this. The mix needs an overnight steep as Inw grape needs a minute to calm down a bit. Sweeten to taste.
This started off as a clone attempt but over time I abandoned the idea of copying and started to look to improve this profile. 3 months have passed since I started this project and I believe this is what I set out to create. I know a few of you may have already mixed this (made a few minor adjustments since) because I had someone test it and accidentally left it public for a few hours. I will transfer my notes over but this has been such a process that I am not sure where to start. Will get to it eventually but for now enjoy and I look forward to your feedback. Good after a week but will be at its absolute best after 2-3 weeks. Sweetener to me is necessary but you may feel different so mix to your liking.
Releasing this so that people pay more attention to FA Mango indian special because it is one of if not the best mango flavors out. When you add flv mango with it it becomes a complex deep mango flavor that will blow you away. The inw pineapple is used to add juiciness and sugarloaf pineapple is there because I love it. Anytime I am using pineapple I throw sweet coconut in because they work well together. Go get mango indian special trust me.
This recipe was described to me as dinner lady lemon tart on crack. Basically, it is the result of my love affair with cheesecakes and is now my all life vape. I tried 11 different variations of toppings from honey to lime and this is the best one by far. As far as subs if you dont have pur NYC use cap NYC...OoO VCC can be replaced with LA CCI...minimum 7 day steep but will be best after 2-3 weeks
A while back someone asked me about my thoughts on cloning this. At the time I had not tried it though. This is two months later and I got my hand on some of it. I tried it and instantly knew that tfa honeydew and tfa watermelon candy were the crux of this one. I couldnt in good conscious not use the better ingredients we have available. So I guess this is technically a remix but either way enjoy. Sweetener is not optional here. Made a couple adjustments, lowered the big watermelon to 5% and upped the tfa hd2 to 3%.
For anyone out there that loved #32 but hated how sweet it was, this is for you. Been working on this for over a month now and I think I finally got it. Definately was not easy but I will let you all be the judge on how I did. Recipe Creation: My cloning process is simple; whatever profile I am after, I test 2-3 flavor combos that I think would make up the main aspects of the recipe. I keep testing combos until I find a similar enough base to build off. In this case it was zeppola and deep fried pastry dough. From here I had to figure out what flavor were needed to get me to the end product. The sugar cookie and cinnamon Danish swirl add more light airy pastry, sweetness, and spice. The golden butter helps boost the fried aspect and the richness. The Bavarian cream helps with some rough edges and keeps it from being dry. Enjoy!
Started with Fuji apple and ended up with this concoction. Actually it did not have the wild melon in it last night. But as I was enjoying vaping it I found that the melon was just not showing up how I wanted it or envisioned it when I put JF honeydew in. Someone I know vapes tried it and said yummy grape! So somehow 2 apples, 1 pear, 2 honeydews, 1 cantaloupe, and 1 blueberry somehow makes grape. NOTES...I love VT bilberry ripe and this was what I wanted to build a recipe with that day. I really couldnt come up with a better partner to showcase this flavors than a couple of really nice melons. They work well together and they did me well again here. I also noticed how well melons work as a background flavor. Probably the best mixing tip I have learned thus far is that 97% of flavors out there by itself is not goos. Making a good recipe involves building something from the ground up and complimenting one flavors weaknesses with another's strength. Getting to know your flavors is a huge aspect of becoming a good mixer and you get that by mixing more. Anyways I was getting closer but for whatever reason I wanted these fruits to taste like they had just been sprayed by those sprinklers in the grocery store and you picked 5 of them up (and somehow blueberry jam was a thing mixed in those fruit) and shoved them in your mouth. I used pear to attain this effect. Just needed balancing from there. Sub whatever you have to except FA pear, Flv wild melon, Jf honeydew, and VT bilberry ripe are all integral and the recipe would not convey what I wanted without them. EDIT: This isnmy favorite thing I have come up with in the month that I began mixing and I also made it better, at least I think. I added 1% fw blueberry and it just sets this recipe from really good to banger status. Really would like to hear what you guys think. <3
My favorite lemonade has always been lemon twist pink punch lemonade by quite a margin. I started by recreating that in your face lemonhead candy. Took a while but I had a breakthrough when I mixed a lemon meringue pie. FA-Meringue was the last key to the lemonhead puzzle. Unfortunately, this lemonade needs to steep for 3 days as FE-lemon takes some time to really pop. I honestly feel like they had to use fe lemon in their recipe because its the only lemon that I am aware of that doesn't fade really at all. This is close to indistinguishable from the lemon twist and I would love to hear your opinions on how I did! Thanks and I hope you enjoy. I left the super sweet at the lowest acceptable amount. I personally like it at .75 on this one, but start low and increase to your liking.