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Howard Hughes

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This one has been in the works since May of 2019. Right now with a 46-day steep I'd say this V4 is finally home.
It's a nice, sweet (no need for sweetener), fruit mix that although is pretty good off the shake, improves even more at 2 weeks (thanks to the TFA Smooth).

3% TFA Sweet Mango
1% TFA Smooth
5% CAP Sweet Lychee
3% CAP Sweet Mango
3% CAP Sweet Tangerine

I really like the TFA Mango/CAP Sweet Mango pairing. Although they both bring something different to the table (the TFA isn't sweet or very strong & the CAP is almost too sweet), the two together are pretty good.

The CAP Sweet Lychee came to me as a freebie & I'm glad. I'm not sure I would have ordered it because I wasn't familiar with that profile. I have to say it's been a really nice flavor & I'm looking forward to using it again.

The CAP Sweet Tangerine is something I've used many times & is a good one. I even use it in orange-flavored recipes because I like it better than any of the orange flavors I currently have.

TFA Smooth for me is a necessity when mixing multiple, sharp fruit flavors (especially when there is no cream in the recipe). It takes the (at least initial) edge off & provides a thicker mouthfeel in those mixes & seems to aid in the blending of totally-different fruit flavors as well.

At 15%, this mix works well for me at max-vg & going through the original Crown tanks I use at 50 watts or so. If you're adding PG or your setup is different you may be able to get by on less of an overall percentage.
 

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This one has been in the works since May of 2019. Right now with a 46-day steep I'd say this V4 is finally home.
It's a nice, sweet (no need for sweetener), fruit mix that although is pretty good off the shake, improves even more at 2 weeks (thanks to the TFA Smooth).

3% TFA Sweet Mango
1% TFA Smooth
5% CAP Sweet Lychee
3% CAP Sweet Mango
3% CAP Sweet Tangerine

I really like the TFA Mango/CAP Sweet Mango pairing. Although they both bring something different to the table (the TFA isn't sweet or very strong & the CAP is almost too sweet), the two together are pretty good.

The CAP Sweet Lychee came to me as a freebie & I'm glad. I'm not sure I would have ordered it because I wasn't familiar with that profile. I have to say it's been a really nice flavor & I'm looking forward to using it again.

The CAP Sweet Tangerine is something I've used many times & is a good one. I even use it in orange-flavored recipes because I like it better than any of the orange flavors I currently have.

TFA Smooth for me is a necessity when mixing multiple, sharp fruit flavors (especially when there is no cream in the recipe). It takes the (at least initial) edge off & provides a thicker mouthfeel in those mixes & seems to aid in the blending of totally-different fruit flavors as well.

At 15%, this mix works well for me at max-vg & going through the original Crown tanks I use at 50 watts or so. If you're adding PG or your setup is different you may be able to get by on less of an overall percentage.
OG Crown! My man! I use those all the time! I finally got around to getting the rba deck for it.

This looks like a banger! On the list it goes!
 

Howard Hughes

the way of the future....
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OG Crown! My man! I use those all the time! I finally got around to getting the rba deck for it.

This looks like a banger! On the list it goes!
I'm an old creature of habit. Although I have another one for backup, I've been using the same one for about 5 years now. I bought the RBA deck years ago too, but bad vision & short, sausage fingers prevented me from really ever messing with it. :cool:
 

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