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(FLV) Apricot


By: Flavorah (FLV)

Used in 78 recipes at an average of 1.527%.

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Put in a pod if you want
It is HOT near Hotlanta, in GA right now. Peaches are in season, it is Lemonade time, so let's combine these 2 together and have a fantastic Peach Smoothie.
Apricot: provides juiciness and boosts the peach.
Smoothie Base: has a fantastic Lemon and Yogurt taste, this works great with the Lemonade.
Persimmon: This flavor has some great sweet, tart, juicy flavor, this helps with the peach and to enhance the tartness of FLV Lemonade which is a traditional lemonade.
Of course the star is FLV Peach, it is an amazing Peach, that just needs a little boost with juiciness.
Feel free to omit the ice, or add more if you like. I enjoy it at .12% which is 2 drops per 30ml.
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A pure and simple apricot jam, perfect zingyness, perfect sweetness, i wouldn't advise dropping the sweetener as it helps massively

If you like this recipe and what I do then please rate and leave feedback :)

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Taste great but my effort to make a all flavorah reciep failled. I was almost there but wanted another layer of apricot. Needs 4-5 days steep. Light cream, nice balanced apricot, and a nice tobacco note.
Pretty simple break down, Apricots, creams, tobaccos.
FLV and FA Apricot make up a nice apricot, sorta sweet. FLV apricot brings the top end and FA brings more body.
FLV Milk & honey and FLV Cream create a nice light cream thats subtle but there and placed well in the mix.
Flv Kentucky Blend and FLV Red burley bring in a earthy dark notes. Red burley is just a tobacco i always come back to and enjoy every time.

Tested in Kayfun 5 MTL.

H M Cheesecake. Usually anything with H M in the title would create some anxiety due to it more than likely being a court summons or warrent for arrest! Thankfully this is NOT one of those occasions and truth be told,apparently Her Majisty is quite partial to this paticular cheesecake profile. I urge you all to mix this recipe as this is an absolute revelation. Perfectly balanced creams,fruits and biscuits. Fuck its delicious!!A stunningly authentic,deliciously moorish apricot&mandarin cheesecake.

I used 1 drop (CAP) Super Sweet per 10ml.

Please give me your feedback (good or bad) and I hope you all enjoy this one as much as me! Getting this recipe to exactly where I personally believe is optimal on both flavour and balance took awhile however,everyone that mixes and is as passionate about creating profiles as much as I am will no EXACTLY what I’m talking about when that little tingle in your under garments occurs when you hit the “motherload” and get those percentages right where they should be. 😃 👍🏻
P.S I use an ultra sonic on all of my mixes and generally on desert profile with thicker creams etc i will do 3 stages:
1.) 1hr @ 40 degrees-shake and leave to cool.
2.) 45mins @ 38 degrees-shake&cool
3.) 30mins @ 35 degrees-shake,cool then vape.
This works best for me and really breaks all the creams in and smooths everything out. Ultimately,shaving around 5 days natural steep off which is great when your inpatient fuck like me!!! Enjoy 💙

This week in The Year of Mixing we were transported to a potions class at Hogwarts. I decided to mix up a Babbling Beverage potion to cast a spell on someone. I wanted to make something that was a bit like taking a hand full of gummy candies and put them into a syrupy drink. The idea was to make a potion that tastes great and would allow the caster to successfully deliver the potion to their target in vapor form.

If you like sweet commercial candy type vapes, this recipe is one that will be an all day vape in a tank kind of flavor.

FA White Peach and CAP Peach make the peachy layer, with the FLV Apricot there to help out with that texture, and the candy wizard to bring in the syrupy glaze type pie filling. The slight hint of blueberry brings it in as less of a full on fruit but more like adding a bit of blueberry syrup into the peach pie filling. THe crumble part and the OOO pie crust plus the pastry zest turn create the crust flavor with just a touch of that cinnamon from the CAP blue crumble flavor. A little bit of whipped coconut cream on top finishes off this recipe and a touch of sweetness just makes the pie filling part stand out more.

FA White Peach and CAP Peach make the peachy layer, with the FLV Apricot there to help out with that texture, and the candy wizard to bring in the syrupy glaze type pie filling. The slight hint of blueberry brings it in as less of a full on fruit but more like adding a bit of blueberry syrup into the peach pie filling. THe crumble part and the OOO pie crust plus the pastry zest turn create the crust flavor with just a touch of that cinnamon from the CAP blue crumble flavor. A little bit of whipped coconut cream on top finishes off this recipe and a touch of sweetness just makes the pie filling part stand out more.

Recipe for MV episode 7/29/18. Pretty self-explanatory.

This is my take on a warm Peach Cobbler. Flv Peach is a lot like canned peaches and Tfa Nectarine just brings in some brightness and authenticity. The Biscuit, Brown Sugar and Apple Pie come together to make a buttery warm bakery with a touch of cinnamon.

Mixed up for Flavor-Pro's The Year of Mixing - A weekly challenge to inspire creative mixing.

Inspiration: Week 29 - Hot to Trot
This week we're taking a trip back in time a bit to the early 1900s and the pass time of the rich and poor alike - The Kentucky Derby was a larger spectacle than even Nascar is today. Ladies in their large hats and finery, gentlemen smoking their cigars and drinking their brandy, the rich in their boxes served luxury items and the poor in the dirt and muck screaming for a chance to win it big.
You've been invited to dine in the luxury booths with the likes of Rockefeller and Morgan and all the big wigs and their wives, maybe even a president or two during the big race. Let the scene take you away and inspire a juice to fit the time and how you might experience that day.

Nothings says Kentucky Derby more than Bourbon and Mint Juleps.

This an apricot mint julep crossed with a fine tobacco.

The julep: TFA Apricot, FLV Apricot, TFA Kentucky Bourbon, VT Bourbon, INW Natural Mint, and WS-23.

The tobacco: FLV Cured, FLV Native, and TFA Red Oak.

Off the shake, I get a cold blast of slightly boozy, stone fruit and mint over the top of a down to earth, smooth tobacco. The tobacco note here is extremely nostalgic for me . . . it reminds me of youthful days spent in my grandfather's tobacco barn. Though mint juleps were not on the menu, he had apricot trees and acres of tobacco. To be more representative of my younger days, I would have to 86 the mint julep and white trash this up with Lord Calvert and Sun Drop . . . but nobody wants that (with the exception of my Uncle Willie and he's been long gone for years). So, I'm going to keep it somewhat classy.

You can't have a julep without mint and lots of ice . . . so I went relatively heavy on the INW Natural Mint and WS-23.

When all is said and done, this is a cool, minty tobacco laced with bourbon and apricots.

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