By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 232 recipes at an average of 1.314%.
I am 100% Happy with this mix, this is by far the best Strawberry I have mixed up ever. It is so close to a real sweet and tart Strawberry with a light smooth dipping of White Chocolate. If you are a Strawberry Fan mix 60ml of this one because you will vape it all.. You can adjust sweetness to your liking but at this % you still get that slight tart pucker you get from a real strawberry without it being candy like sweet. Give this one 4 or 5 days steep to let the White Chocolate time to come through a bit otherwise it is ALL STRAWBERRY.
— 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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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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Created for the Flavor Pro Year of Mixing week #7. This is a caramel and white chocolate candy with a tiny hint of nougat in there to help add a fluffy filling. If you do not have the FA-Torrone you could omit it but it does interesting things to this mix. Admittedly I have trouble tasting white chocolate and vanilla profiles for any length of time, so this was difficult for me to adjust. This was as close as I could get to what I was trying to create. The white chocolates and caramel come together and accent each other nicely. The FLV-Smooth Vanilla helps to bring in some of that cocoa butter taste that the white chocolates were missing.
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On the ihnhale you get the cran-raisin that transitions to the a sweet creamy vanilla yougurt that lingers . This is pretty spot on
for the cran raisin - Red dates and cranberry work together and they come through on the inhale , but the cranberry needed to be pushed a bit high to get the slight tart note
White chocolate and love along with the greek yougrt come through on the back and leave that exact creamy coating in your mouth .
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.
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.