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On the S and V you get the blueberry jam right away. The toast base I found on here in another users recipe and it is very good, on the S and V though you don't get it, give it a week or so for the flavors to blend and the jam to calm down a hair. The super sweet is high and can be toned down, but you do need it for the jam to pop. This is only the testing phase. Any comments are welcome and encouraged
This is my take on a white chocolate variation of the Sachertorte.
The cake base is a dry almond fluffy cake. So i used fa almond+fa marzipan for the nut component and nonna's cake + pandoro for the cake.
In the middle a layer of blueberry jam and on top the white chocolate. I used a combo of TPA White chocolate and Flv white chocolate. Do not sub any of these white chocolates with FW white chocolate because it would cover all up with that nutty taste in it.
This is already good as a Mix&vape but after 3 days the cake base become more solid.
I wanted to make a wine and grapefruit shandy cooler garnished with fresh herbs. None of the grapes worked on their own as a wine so I had to combine INW-Grape and TPA Grape Juice along with a touch of CAP-Blueberry Jam and FA-Brandy to deepen the grapes into a more wine like flavor. The FA-Champagne combined with the FA-Grapefruit and FLV-Yakima Hops form my shandy and add some light carbonation to the mix. The INW-Cactus is there to add some tartness to the grapefruit as well as adding more of the moist mouthfeel. The FA-Zen Garden combines with the FA-White Winter (spearmint) to bring some freshly muddled herbs into the mix.
Cold creamy ice cream with sweet syrupy blueberries.
The star of this recipe is Cap Blueberry Jam, it's a fantastic syrupy blueberry that works well with with other blueberries. My original version of this recipe used the Holy Trinity for blueberries, but I found that it was being heavily overpowered by the rest of the recipe. After sending a sample of to Foment_Life he recommended subbing out the Blueberry Extra for the Blueberry Jam and halving the VBIC and putting Vanilla Swirl into the mix.
Spot on recommendation that really made this recipe come alive. The Blueberry Jam really helps boost the blueberry flavor over the Vanilla and Ice Cream without overpowering them for a great sweet but not overly sweet vape.
Here we have another retro sweet profile, blue and white dolphins.
Blueberry and vanilla jelly candies.
FW blueberry, CAP acai and CAP blueberry jam - these are the blueberry flavour to the dolphin, flavour west's blueberry is the best blueberry in my opinion and works well here because it is the brightest of the bunch, acai just richens that blueberry flavour and blueberry jam adds another gelatine quality.
VTA cream soda and FA ice cream - both artificially tasting vanilla concentrates these work well in the vanilla department and the false cream note aids the "white" flavour to the white dolphins.
CAP jelly candy just prolongs that gelatine taste until the end of the vape and gives the whole mix a fuller body and thicker juicier mouthfeel.
I was asked by a coworker to formulate a grape lollipop, I brought this to him yesterday and he immediately asked for more. I thought I'd share with those of you looking for a solid grape lollipop.
No thorough notes on this one really as this was done in just a few short revisions but....
FLV grape is an awesome candy grape if you're looking to formulate your own. Also, It's very sweet so it carries the heft of sweetness in the mix.
TFA Grape Juice pumps in the little lacking grape POP so to speak.
CAP Blueberry Jam was a concentrate I hadn't found a use for yet but it serves well in this mix to provide a deeper candy "effect". Think of it as a "texturizer".
FA Meringue isn't used as a sweetener here or even intended for a sugar effect, Instead it's meant to shave off any sharp notes you may perceive from the candy components.
FA Marshmallow is used as an enhancer to serve to thicken up the mix. (Mouthfeel)