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This recipe was adapted from: http://tjek.nu/r/7Txk Made 11-09-16 Tested 12-05-16 This is a fun mix. It really dazzles my palate with berry and melon highlights. Similar to a berry punch, it's just full of flavor... big batch worthy. Blueberry is sometimes tart, but there is no tartness to this at all. I spun this off my Cukeberry Salad mix that has more of a throat hit, which I was hoping to alleviate and it worked out perfectly. It's just a bright happy fruit mix. Anise (FA) - I like using Anise in low percentages to enhance and sweeten fruit flavors. At this percentage it doesn't give a candy type flavor, it only sweetens and lift the fruit flavors. Blackberry (MF) - There is no tartness to this Blackberry at all. It has a slight sweetness and a very light note for Blackberry. It kinda remind me of a Grape/Blueberry mix. I've had trouble in the past trying to create a Blueberry that I really like. I pair this with Blueberry to get a very good Blueberry note. Blueberry (FLV) & Blueberry (MF) - These two gives the best BB I've tasted. BB FLV isn't a full BB note and BB MF is too much and slightly tart. These two meet in the middle to create a very good BB flavor. Liquid Stevia (Pyure) - I can't praise this sweetener enough. This sweetens and rounds out the rough edges bringing this mix together. Sour Wizard (FA) - I use this to make the fruits pop. I never really used any sours before this one, but now I see why some mixers like to to use sours to enhance fruit flavors. This make the fruit flavors explode in your mouth. Watermelon (Medine Flower) - IMO it's the best Watermelon for DIY use. This takes on a secondary note, but not by much. It pairs perfectly with the BBs. Just the perfect layer to compliment the BBs. Steep 3-4 weeks... use no heat. 12-06-16 Made 240mls.