Used in 1913 recipes at an average of 0.941%.
If you like the sugar cookies from the deli section in all of their greasy glory then you might love to vape them as well. If you like lighter and crispier sugar cookies then this might not be your jam. You can use your preferred sweetener and go a little higher as well if you like sweeter vapes. I admit that I was listening to Disturbed when I chose the name for this recipe lol.
Saskatoon Berry frozen treat.
For the menthol lovers out there that get no recipe love from the community! It’s sweet, jammy and a little tart! It’s a deep red berry blend!! It’s Cold!! Enjoy on a hot summer day!!!
Optional to boost the menthol up to 3% lol 😂 yes 3% is where I like FA Menthol ❄️
You can also leave the menthol out and add 0.5% To 1% Sweetener of choice.
A simple mango lemonade.
WF ISLAND MANGO - Not a strong mango flavor at all...not real funky either ..
LA LEMONADE - Wonderful powered drink mix kinda lemonade
INW CACTUS - Used here at ONE DROP PER 30 ML to add some moistness into the mic
SWEETENER - As needed...i like this mix slightly sweeter than with no sweetener
CAP ITALIAN LEMON SICILY - Adds a little zest to the lemonade
The Mango and the lemonade blend well here. After the steep you get a mango/lemonade up front with a lemonade finish. The INW Cactus does help add a little fubkyness back to this mango
Winning Recipe - HEAT 3 of DIYDU vs TFV - Small Pastries - Find the judging at the end of this video : https://youtu.be/4jT7KEObERo
WARNING!! FLV Rich Cinnamon is a 10% Dilution. WARNING!!
This is a collaboration recipe from : Liam, Theo, Rudi, Deetz, Daniel, Richard
Here is a little secret, if a South African ever makes you a Milk Tart - you immediately know that you did something super amazing or special for them. So it would come as no surprise why we are putting this recipe in-front of the judges for the final heat. To thank them for all the effort they put into the judging to make this whole Mix-Off a reality. Thanks guys!
As dangerous as a South African might sound behind the oven, when it comes to Milk Tart - it is at the very centre of the South African culture. We know exactly what a Original Milk Tart should taste like, and in this challenge we wanted to showcase this awesome local delicacy - and how team work done correctly, can really pay off in authenticity.
Good ol' melktert the Afrikaans name for 'milk tart'; the classic, South African dessert consisting of a sweet pastry crust, filled with a mild, creamy custard of milk, flour, sugar and eggs, baked in a round pie tin and dusted with cinnamon after baking.
This sweet pastry is omnipresent in South Africa; it appears at every church bazaar, bake sale, home industry, supermarket, or bakery, and has surely featured on every South African food blogger's blog - and even on International Chef Sensation Jamie Oliver's Instagram.
Milk Tart Casing Layer
Considering the flavour house limitation in this round - we decided to use FA Cookie + CAP Golden butter to create a soft buttery pastry, that would allow a delicate creamy custard filling to shine without bullying it.
Milk Tart Filling Layer
This was not an easy filling to create, we really needed to work together as a team to find the correct balance and ingredients for this filling. FA Custard Premium was unanimously chosen to add the buttery custard notes, without bringing a hard vanilla note. FLV Cream & TFA Dairy Cream were used together to add a bit more depth to the custard, and help sell that thick creamy dairy note that a classic Milk Tart would have. We used FA Meringue for its delicious eggy notes - and used it low, to make this recipe Ultra Realistic.
Cinnamon Dust Layer
We used FLV Rich Cinnamon in a PG dilution (10%) as our spice note - like any good Milk Tart, its dusted off with a fine cinnamon - just enough to showcase that classic cream & cinnamon pairing.
The FLV Rich Cinnamon Dilution
1ml FLV Rich Cinnamon = 1.00g
9ml PG = 9.33g
We've mixed this as a team effort on SaturDIY'ing with friends on Fresh03's show : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jT7KEObERo and it turned out sweetly successful !
FA Almond = Used at 0.25% it is here to act as a separation between all the flavor profiles in complex recipes. Thank you JJarvis.
WF Candy Stick Candy/FA Meringue = Together it makes the pavlova's meringue, thank you James and Shyndo for thinking of this on the spot.
FLV Parsimmon/FA Armenia (Apricot)/FA White Peach = is a derivative of the Leilani maneuver for a beautiful and tasty peach !
INW Raspberry/FLV Red Raspberry = This on is my maneuver for a bright and authentic raspberry. Just give it a couple days...
Thank you to Leilani, JJarvis, James Rivera and Shyndo for all the maneuvers !!!
We are definitely fairyfied on this one !
Enjoy, be queer and vape on !
[Photo credit: www.realfood.tesco.com ]
The recipe for my Chefs Flavours one shot. Sorry I've been a bit late releasing these! As per the link: https://chefsflavours.co.uk/karl-custard-30ml-shyndo/ this is pistachio with aromatic ruyan custard and a spicy vanilla brown sugar finish. Basically my own loveletter to the pistachio ry4 profile just done a little differently. Using such a large amount of tpa pistachio on top of brown sugar can be quite sharp. Usually you would use your typical ry4 to force mute this a bit but WF vanilla Ruyan Custard lacks the "ethyl maltol mixing everything together" quality. So we use heaps of vanilla swirl to calm down the sharp edges and fill out the volume a bit. The star to me is actually the WF vanilla ruyan custard in that it's the only ry4 I've had that has such a distinctive "layer" to it. It stands out on its own and in its own place in the vape where something like tpa ry4 double would just BE the whole vape in combination with whatever flavors you use.
Heat 2 - Pudding
This is our submission for Heat 2 of the DIYDU vs TFV MixOff. This challenge is all about pudding, but ensuring that the hero of the recipe is the creamy element.
Collaboration Recipe by the TFV Team: Theo, Liam, Deetz, Daniel, Rudi, Richard
We decided to go retro, and create a full cream Panna Cotta. Interestingly enough, we only found 3 Panna Cotta recipes on ATF - and all of them use MB Panna Cotta - so creating this layer from scratch was part of the innovation we want to highlight in this recipe.
This is a White Chocolate Infused Panna Cotta - drizzled with Mixed Berry Coulis
Panna Cotta Layer
Traditionally a Panna Cotta is a sweet cream with a bit of gelatin added to help it set in the fridge. This is why we decided to go with CAP Sweet Cream, it has a full body dairy / cream behind it with a touch of sweetness, but it needs a little help - CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream, is a extremely underrated concentrate, here it helps fluff out the CAP Sweet Cream and adding a slight vanilla note to the mix that helps bridge the Panna Cotta Layer with the Mixed Berry Coulis Layer. Finally this delicate layer is infused with FLV White Chocolate - the creamy thick sweetness from this layer sets you up nicely to balance it with a mouthwatering tartness that inherently comes with berries.
Mixed Berry Coulis Layer
The mixed berry layer is made up of FLV Berry blend, an under utilised concentrate, this is a mix of red and dark berries with a slight syrupy mouthfeel to this we have added FLV Boysenberry low enough to impart the wonderful jammy qualities it posses without giving a lot of the flavour, this enhances the syrupy mouthfeel of berry blend, giving you a wonderful mixed berry coulis with a mouth watering tartness, the perfect topping for the Panna Cotta
This mix is beautiful off a shake and will just improve with time
I have been messing around with flavor combos for this profile for a while, this is my favorite rendition so far. Its just a simple butter cookie with strawberry and imo its quite tasty. I will continue to mess around with this profile and different flavor combos since its such a tasty profile to experiment with, but this one i think was worth sharing.
Reddit thread: https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/b98vw3/blukiwi/
A cold, fresh, blueberry-kiwi fizzy cocktail.
FW Blueberry - like sweet, squeezed candy blueberries. Just the kind I want. But how to enliven the blue-ness? The berry-ness? Thanks to some mad experiment 3 years ago by [deleted], the key is
CAP Hibiscus. Really? Well, it works. Smell them side by side and it all makes sense. That's what it needed. Tested the mix at 0.5% (totally fine), 0.75% (excellent), and 1% (too noticeable). What a concept.
FW Kiwi - The wet, dark green pulp of the fruit. It's never complete without some compliments, though. It's missing that tart kick, so of course we'll add
INW Cactus and TFA Dragonfruit, to fluff and emulse and juicify and tart it all.
When it comes to fizziness, my first soda vape was /u/ID10-T
's 1-2-3 Cranberry Sprite, which is still a rotating ADV favorite of mine. But I'd also experimented a lot with FW Pink Bubbly, which worked really well with fruits. So why not half and half? 1% of VT Fizzy Sherbet and 1% FW Pink Bubbly works immensely well.
FW Sweetener is my go-to for sweetener due to it's chemical simplicity, but if you're a CAP Super Sweet fan, sub it for 0.25%.
WS-23 for the coolness of the slush.