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Somebody asked me for a pistachio cream vape and we were doing simple requests today on SaturDIY'ing with fresh03 and Friends!
Enjoy, be queer and vape on!
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I've been chasing a lemon vape that can resist to higher wattages, doesn't end up tasting like overcooked lemon candy and doesn't fade after 3 days. I like a generous buttery bakery and a bright lemon curd on it with less sugar. When you bake lemon bars in real life, take the amount of lemon juice advised and double it. Trust me, it changes everything.
VT Lemon Meringue Tart/WF Lemon Squares/FA Apple Pie = That the bakery. VT Lemon Meringue Tart is lovely, you could almost vape it on its own. WF Lemon Squares isn't that lemony, but it's absolutely the buttery shortbread base for our lemon bars. FA Apple Pie marries like a charm with lemon and gives this vape the body it lacks.
CAP Juicy Lemon/FA lemon Sicily/VT Sour Lemon = This mix is the bright and zingy lemon juice profile I like. Also, these flavorings will hold themselves at higher wattages. You always need more from Capella fruits and citrus, but when you find the proper % for them, they will behave well and you can trust them.
FLV Greek Yogurt/FLV Cream = This combo is for the curd, for the tang, for the richness. Again, no bakery ever suffered from 1% of FLV cream.
This mix will age well. The first week you'll get a face full of lemon. The second week, your buttery bakery will come out. The third week and on, you'll have a well-balanced lemon bar recipe that will maintain it's lemony goodness albeit a little less zing.
Enjoy, be queer & vape on!
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This recipe is long due to support Kindground who really loves a blueberry muffin. Mixed on SaturDIY'ing with Fresh03 & Friends with a Michigan theme to protest the flavor ban initiative. I like this one, the bakery is well rounded and rich with the buttery syrup complementing the cornbread and the muffin, and the sweet, hot and blistered blueberry gorging this treat. It vapes really well at high wattages and the SolubArôme elderberry is just the right twist.
FLV Blueberry Muffin/OOO Corn Bread/FLV Cream = The soft, moist, well-baked muffin. No bakery ever suffered from 1% of FLV Cream. Do you like a lush, fresh baked good? Add some crème fraîche in it.
FW Blueberry/WF Boysenberry/SA Baie de Sureau = A good, blue, hot and baked blueberry. The elderberry really gives it personality and that sensation of a baked dark berry with a little twist on the exhale, I like it a lot.
VT Golden Syrup/FA Mapple Syrup/FA Butterscotch = I like this combo, I just change the percentages according to the flavor profile I want in my syrup. Here I wanted the buttery brown baked sweetness of golden syrup to help the cornbread, just a little brightened by that maple that compliments blueberries so well.
This is a gooey, lavish, warm and syrupy cornbread muffin that you'd love to eat and will like vaping.
Enjoy, be queer & vape on!
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Tested on Haku Venna @.30 ohm 45 watts.
So I took my Bourberry Jam, took out the bourbon, and added a yummy yogurt cream base with blueberry and Granola to make this delicious Jam Berry Yogurt Parfait.
Profile: A nutty biscuit
For the biscuit part, my obvious go-to biscuit is here JF Biscuit. I decided that over INW Biscuit, as I find INW Biscuit to be just a tad too dry for what I wanted to achieve here.
To add a little pow-wow to the biscuit, I paired it up against a slight touch of AP, which helps the biscuit to feel a little bit more crunchy.
For the nuts, I went for my go-to FA Hazel Grove as I really enjoy the nuttiness it brings to the table and the slight taste of praline really works well in a nutty bakery type. I added in some WF Butter Pecan Pie to do a little dance with the hazelnut and it brings a warming creamy element to the mix along with some buttery and creamy notes, that goes really well with the biscuit.
Lastly, a finishing dash of FLV Cream and FA Carmel to add a further round touch, some rich mouthfeel and to help the warming touch.
Let it steep for a minimum of 2 weeks to get this recipe to reach its full potential.
Profile: Biscuit with Bourbon Cream
When I was a young strapping lad, my favourite biscuit (and still is from time to time) was those with bourbon cream in them as a filling.
So I set sails to create something like it.
The biscuit itself is made using a combo of JF Biscuit as for the base, adding in ooo corn bread for flavor and texture and finalizing the flavor and texture with a notch of AP.
The cream itself I decided on FA Irish Cream backed up by FLV Bourbon and to add some thickness I added TFA Marshmallow and cream.
It's not too overpowering in either the bakery or the booze, but are balanced very well.
Both inhale and exhale gives you both bakery and booze and people say, that it does smell like a biscuit too.
I left it for about 7 days steep, to where I found it exactly as I wanted it, but it might turn better over time.
I want to preface this by saying I have never been to Japan, and I have never had a Macha ice cream, so the probability of this being authentic is probably pretty low. It is however very yummy! What I could read about macha ice cream, it's supposed to be bitter due to the macha flavor, but as always with vaping, there is no "ice cream" flavor, so you kind of have to use a thick vanilla cream in order to make an "ice cream". The vanilla note you get here is probably more prominent than you need, but it's just so damn good.
When I planned this recipe, I also made a few other versions with other ice cream bases, one was with LB Vanilla Ice Cream + TFA Vanilla Swirl, and one was with FW Vanilla Bean Ice Cream + TFA Vanilla Swirl. My thought going in to this was that FW VBIC was going to be the best one, as it's not as eggy and a little bit sweeter than the other versions I made. I was very wrong though, and I'm glad I made this final version, as it's by far the one that blends best with the floral macha notes.
This is my favorite cream right now. I've started using it in mixes in place of FA Fresh Cream. It brings a good body to a cream base without being too heavy or overwhelmingly "dairy" while still giving a pleasant creamy smoothness. It does offer a very slight sweetness, and really helps harmonize flavors.
A lot of people claimed they sensed a sort of "spice" to it, which I didn't detect in any of my mixes. After trying it as a standalone though, there is definitely a bit of spice to it. IDK Why but I went for it at 3.5%, and I get almost like an horchata flavor from it, which I find very interesting. In mixes at .5-1% I don't detect the spice.