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I love coffee. I drink coffee almost every single morning. In my pre-DIY days, good coffee juice did not exist, only hot garbage. I desperately wanted to fill that void.
I wanted to make an absolutely delicious coffee vape, so I went with a staple favorite of mine: White Chocolate Caramel Mocha. Used to be my go-to frap before I realized Starbucks was trash.
VT Devon Cream works very well here as a cream with it's milk chocolate undertones.
FLV Rich Cinnamon isn't noticeable here as a cinnamon, but adds a tinge of spicy sweetness to the caramel. Only one drop per 30ml required, this stuff is very potent.
FW Salted Caramel really turns this into a White Chocolate Salted Caramel Mocha but that is way too many words for my taste. This really is an excellent and underused caramel flavor. What's better than caramel, if not salted caramel?
INW Shisha Vanilla simultaneously aids the Devon Cream and the White Chocolates in their duties.
FW Sweetener, my go-to sweetener. 5% Sucralose, easy to work with without complicating flavor like CAP Super Sweet.
FA Tiramisu is the star of the show, here. Why this is labeled "FA Booster (tiramisu)" on ATF is beyond me because it's sold and labeled as FA Tiramisu on BCF and on the bottle. It's just straight delicious, dessert-like coffee, and it works perfectly for this profile.
FLV White Chocolate and FW White Chocolate is the tried-and-true white chocolate duo and the fact that TFA White Chocolate still exists makes me sick. This pair hits the top and mid-range notes for WC and nothing else comes close aside from LB White Chocolate Peppermint, but that wouldn't work for the profile.
Steep time's normally 14 days for coffee mixes, but with such little coffee, I really only found that a 7 day steep was necessary if only for the white chocolate. Even on just 1 day of steep, it's quite good, but the WC does need time to deliver.
Personally I'm in love but I'd love to hear your thoughts. Enjoy!
After letting this mix steep for close to 3 weeks I found a few things needed changing from the original recipe I posted...Now I’m not really into uploading v2’s/3’s/4’s etc etc so the changes have been made as from 13/4/19 and I apologise to anyone that has already mixed the original recipe however I feel these changes were 100% imperative to this recipe.
If you haven’t tried one of these yet and you love the original Twix and white chocolate you seriously have to get one of these in your life as they are fucking delicious!!!!!! I HAD to make this recipe as I’ve been eating them like their going out of fashion and with them being “LIMITED EDITION” my excuse to myself and everyone else is “well today could be the last day there on sale”!! I’m super happy with my final recipe I’ve created on this profile. It’s more or less spot on to the food source so now I can sit back,Vape my white choc Twix and not worry about turning into a fat fucker! 😃 you can S&V this one however a couple of days really amps everything up and @ 3 days this stuff is delicious. Vaping it right now with a big smile on my face. Sweetener is completely optional in this mix, I have a sweet tooth so I added 1 drop per 15ml of CAP SUPER SWEET. Please rate my recipe and leave me all feedback good and bad. Happy mixing fuckerz 💙
This is a collaborative creation by DEVELOPED: Skiddlz, AlfredPudding, Max Savage, Graham, folkart, and guest mlNikon.
This recipe is our representation of a Pistachio, White Chocolate, Blondie. Full Development Notes on DEVELOPED Ep. 7 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Frslep8ui1U
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Unless you’re a pepper taster who can’t vape TFA White Chocolate, there was nothing wrong with @ExclusiveGirl’s Green Tea Kit Kat recipe from October 2016. It was a great idea, well-crafted from the best ingredients at the time. But at the time was more than two years ago. We’ve got better tools for this job now. FE Green Tea is better than TFA (grass) or FA (ass) but it’s still too floral, thankfully we now have FLV Eisai Tea, which tastes much closer to the matcha flavoring in those Green Tea Kit Kats. WF Crispy Wafer also better job than CAP Sugar Cookie in getting that crispy inside. I’ve replaced TFA White Chocolate with a combination of FLV and FW White Chocolates – no more black pepper and a great combination of top and mid-range notes that I'm again stealing from @jbird – and added some sweetness. Earlier versions were missing some creaminess, so I carried over one ingredient from the original recipe, CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream, which fills a small gap in the white chocolate duo.
A pile of smashed up chocolate covered raspberries with a whiskey chaser, AKA Sad Valentines Day v2. A rework of a previous recipe, "Beat The Champ.
Same profile as beat the champ, but bigger, and bolder.
I just went with an old friend, FW Razzleberry. The original recipe used some FLV Cranberry and FA Raspberry for something raspberry-ish. This is a little complicated, a little punchier, and for some reason FW Razzleberry works really well with chocolate too, so bonus. And the raspberry here is reinforced by the berry notes in the TPA Ruby Chocolate.
Hey, TPA Ruby Chocolate. This is newer. I dig it. I dig the semi-sweet chocolate thing, and the red berry hints are pretty darn nice. The Cereal 27 is just bringing in some AP and seems a bit weird, but settles into boosting up the chocolate. And FW White Chocolate because why not back up that chocolate and add some richness. Also TPA tastes like black pepper. Fite Me.
Not really a straight bourbon. I'm playilng around here a bit. FA Whisky is a scotch, but like a fruity scotch. It works pretty well with red berries in general and I love it. The red oak is there for some char and some tannic mouthfeel. And I have no idea why the Lemon Grass works here, but it does. I promise, the lemon grass is worth it.
So, let this steep for about a week. It calms down, smoothes out, and the AP from the Cereal 27 vanishes into the chocolate.
Ooey Gooey White Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies
WF Mac Nut is the STAR here. It’s a very nutty Mac nut. Single flavor, you can even even get the slight oil as if you just ate the Mac nut fresh. The hazelnut plays a nice supporting role here just amplifying the Mac nut. The white chocolates here layer perfectly for a good rounded chocolate, that neither of them nail on their own. The butter is added to give it a slight more weight and help fight off any remaining dry texture.
This is very good shake and vape, won’t lie. All the flavors come out great. at least a week for the sugar cookie to settle a little and allow the other flavors to bloom even more though. This is one of those, the longer it sits, the better it gets!
It's Peepus Christ, crucified on a white chocolate cross. He died for your diabeetus.
Recipe development takes time. Even when batching out different versions at the same time, it takes time to balance the ingredients just the way you want them. So I've shared weekly recipes on FlavorPro's facebook page for the #yearofmixing competition and even won a super fancy pen in one of the random drawings for it, but those recipes were version one and I haven't had time to develop any of them enough to be worthy of posting on ATF. Until now. This one was conceived for FlavorPro's Peeps Week. Mix some up and have it well-steeped in time for Easter!
FA Marshmallow, FLV Marshmallow, and FLV Whipped Cream make up Peepus' body, which is broken for you. Take, vape, do this in remembrance of him. FLV Marshmallow and FLV Whipped Cream are so similar, you could really use one of them at 1% instead of both at 0.5%, but the result will either be a little more dry or a little more loose, depending.
Getting something resembling artificially colored granulated sugar coating was harder, but a combination of OoO Powdered Sugar, FW Sweetener, and a little FW Birthday Cake got me as close as felt I needed to go. Peepus will forgive me for it not being perfect as long as it's yummy.