By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 1784 recipes at an average of 0.531%.
First of all before I start...big shout out to @ID10T for the great insight and flavour notes on the coffee episode. FLV Irish cream and VTA coffee liqueur are both sex in a bottle! (ZERO CAT PISS DETECTED).
Now let’s get down with the nitty gritty...
Time for the ultimate tastebud seduction with this absolutely delicious Tiramisu recipe! I have put so much work into this recipe to get it exactly like the desert itself and I honestly couldn’t be happier with it. I would add flavour notes but if I’m completely honest with you guys,anyone who knows their flavours SHOULD take one look at this recipe and see it’s got serious potential. Plus I’m currently very poorly and tbh,really can’t be fucked to be writing countless notes. Please take it from me....this COULD be one of the best Tiramisu recipes you might ever mix/try and I’m glad I can share it with you all. Please leave your feed back for me that’s all I ask in return as it helps me grow as a mixer. Please allow Atleast a week for the full experience as I intend it to be but truth be told this shit is good off the shake after a 2hr warm bath.
— A white Chocolate and Raspberry custard —
Let’s start with the custard base, super simple. Cap V1 lays the foundation, Vta vanilla cream blends well and helps the white chocolate out and Vta Devon cream also blends well and brings a cocoa note to the mix, now we build on that with Vta love adding yet more cream and a white chocolate note which already takes that Vta Devon cream over to a white chocolate then add in some FlV and Vta white chocolate to finish off the white chocolate component, several white chocolate components have been used to avoid that dry Rice Krispie taste that white chocolate tends to give off when used high, now finish with a healthy dose of tfa raspberry sweet and flv red raspberry to add a touch of zing to an otherwise soft raspberry.
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Steep Time: SNV-2 days
A smooth, thick, sweet instant vanilla pudding mix.
(No. You can't sub anything out. This recipe works because everything is delicately balanced due to it using FLV-only flavors.
MARSHMALLOW VANILLA will be released in a week or two so be patient and keep this recipe bookmarked!)
FLV White Chocolate was added at a low percentage to only utilize its' "buttery" quality. Any higher, and that powdery essence in FLV WC would have come through. And I didn't want that. I also didn't want any white chocolate flavor...just the buttery nature of the concentrate.(because of this buttery quality, you cannot sub this out)
FLV Marshmallow Vanilla(an amazing new FLV flavor soon to be released) was added for a boost in vanilla & to provide some fuller body that FLV VP is missing. I didn't want an obvious marshmallow flavor here, hence the low percentage.
FLV Sweetness: 1.25% of this heavenly stuff will NOT gunk your coils. In addition, its truly the best sweetener out there! This sweetener brings to the table, a perfect pudding-type sweetness that real vanilla pudding possesses. I could actually see bumping this sweetener up another 0.1% if you like your pudding sweeter. You can't sub this out for that coil-gunking crap because FLV Sweetness makes the pudding feel inherently sweet--as opposed to just making the whole mix feel blanketed/smothered with sweetener, if that makes any sense.
FLV Vanilla Pudding(I saved the best flavoring for last) is an outstanding flavor. It took me quite awhile to figure out how to build off of it. This flavor reminded me of when I first learned my scales on the guitar(so many years ago)..but I had no idea how to build off of that knowledge. Well? Just like the guitar? Practice makes perfect!! Honestly, I've worked with this flavor for months(and...more months) but could never really "get" what to do with it. Until Dat Püd popped into my brain, that is!!
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🏷️ A sweet, warm and rich kompot styled beverage with a deep red twist.
Info: Kompot is a syrupy slow stewed, fruity beverage served hot, cold or room temperature. It is a drink made of fruits and / or berries (fresh or dried) or a combination of both.
Top: Dragon Fruit with its smooth and mellow flavor is paired with a dark but vibrant Pomegranate flavor. Together, they are the core this recipe is built upon. To add contrast to these dark red fruits, as well as add a level of brightness; Glazed Strawberry and Strawberry, Sweet (JF) were added. Together these two strawberries make for a fresh, sweet and sticky Strawberry flavor.
Base: To give this warm, thick, and syrupy beverage body and weight - Quince and Pear were added. Quince and Pear, with their fleshy, smooth and dense texture stabilize and soften the tarter mixed fruits in this recipe; adding with them subtle notes of a Rome apple and a sweet cooked Red Bartlett styled pear. These two flavors also compliment the soft pear-like notes I find in the Dragon Fruit.
To finish off this fruity recipe and add a layer of juicy citrus zest, Sweet Orange was added along with a touch of Sweetener – to help complete the sweet beverage profile.
🔹 Created for Mixin Vixens Ep.48: https://youtu.be/U3--UKh_nZ8
I know there are tons of Watermelon Lemonades out there but, I was wanting to work up a mix I could use in my POD and be able to taste it without using 15 =% flavoring in it. As I like to mix with much lower %'s. So I knew I wanted to use flavors that were just stronger more vibrant flavors and what better flavor combo for that than Watermelon Lemonade.
I'm not a huge fan of Koolada so I went super low with it in this mix but it worked out wonderfully for me. It gives that slight cool icy feeling on the back of my throat and my teeth on the exhale just like When you take a big ICE COLD Drink. The watermelon and mix of lemons are really well balanced in this IMO. Watermelon upfront and tart/sweet lemonade on the back end followed by that cool bite from the koolada. It is sweet but not overly sweet which is how I prefer my mixes to be (just sweet enough). Over all I think this mix turned out just Lovely.
I let it steep for 3 days before trying it, 3rd day it was really good and smoothed out each day after.
Give it a mix and let me know what you think..
This is the best berry combo I have ever tasted, being that I love milkshakes and smoothies I had to make one. This is the Berry Trinity, the Holy Grail of a berry combo for me. If you got the flavors, mix this up and give me your thoughts. The milkshake base and shisha vanilla really thicken up the ice cream. The cream cheese icing adds to the mix a perfect milkshake. I am using Hussar Legacy on a Drone 250C, 55watts @ 0.15ohm
Milk, milk, lemonade, round the corner fudge is made!
I love Chef's choice flavours, and so I thought I would use some of my favourite ones to make a fudge liquid.
Fudge in the UK is a soft, chewy sweet/candy made mainly with butter and sugar (I think 'fudge' may be different in other countries), a little like a very soft toffee.
For this recipe, I combined both CC Clotted Cream Fudge and Vanilla Fudge in order to provide the main flavour profile; the two go together to make a nice rich foreground, but lacked the creaminess I wanted in the recipe.
This was achieved by adding CC Devon Cream (which is probably my favourite concentrate) in combination with CC Cookie Dough Ice Cream. CC CDIC is another of my favourites as it is hugely versatile in recipes and adds a lovely creamy, sweet depth of flavour and mouthfeel without being overpowering (it is also very nice as a standalone).
To add more to the caramel tones without detracting from the subtlety and creaminess, I added WF Hazelnuts and Cream and VT Love, both of which give a richness and added flavour to round everything out. I finished off by adding some Ethyl Maltol to ensure that it was nice and sweet!
To give a bit of info about my steeping/testing: I made a 120ml batch in a glass beaker, standing in a warm water bath. The water is just from the hot tap (don't want it too warm) and is not intended as a speed steeper, but purely to reduce the viscosity of the VG/PG so that it mixes and homogenizes more easily.
I then mix very thoroughly with 2 milk frothers until the liquid is slightly milky/aerated and cover the beaker with a foam earphone cover and let it sit until it is clear again.
After this I bottle it, label & date the bottles and keep them at room temperature in a storage box, typically using 1 bottle per week until the flavour seems just right.
For this one, 2 weeks has been enough for the creams to have settled in and the liquid to have a lovely flavour. I imagine that a couple more weeks will improve it further, but I am vaping it right now and REALLY enjoying it!
Please mix and let me know what you think!
I have seen Golden Oreo recipes, so i am gonna try to emulate it to the best of my abilities,, what I got was a nice vanilla sugar cookie with a sweet, but not coil killing sweet
I get the cookie on the inhale and when rolled on the tongue the cookie and sweetness sits on the tongue and on exhale the sweetness continues with a slight vanilla cookie note... It's pretty damn good... But I still feel it's missing a little something maybe it could be a bit thicker, Well After 2 weeks i revisited this Profile, and it worked fine the way it was , however i still wanted to tinker with it just a bit to get some more thickness. so lets talk about why i chose the flavors i chose:
My Cookie Stone - INW Biscuit Has a Flaky /buttery crust and feels light and airy with a small amount of texture i felt 1% was all that was needed for this stone. paired with CAP sugar cookie and WF Graham cracker crust SC , the CAP Sugar cookie is a must IMHO in any cookie type profile it carry's a flaky and buttery note as well and was the highest % used in this profile @ 4% ...the WF GCC sc on the other hand was a little different than what i expected , it had sweetness, texture and a waxiness that fit right into this mix and bridged my cookie with the filling, it gave the filling that Oreo like waxy sugar filling. i used it @ .44% and it slide right in there......
On to the Creamy filling , I Paired TPA Meringue, TPA Bav Cream and TPA Van Swirl , the meringue was used for its sweetness and grittiness and its slight vanilla taste,Van Swirl was used for that creamy Vanilla and Bav Cream was used for a darker vanilla note and thickness... i am really happy with
this recipe ... its very satisfying
This is the only coffee drink that I will actually have as I really don't like coffee at all. White Mocha is lovely and put a dash of cinnamon in it and something magical happens. It's my Starbucks secret for you. I like even better in coconut milk.
This is really milky but very little coffee, so if you want more just increase WF Brazilian Coffee up to 0.75% or more to your taste.
Notes and details of this mix will be added shortly.
Enjoy, be queer & vape on.