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Yes, it's another LMP, but this has taken me months to perfect, and is one of my favorites. So much so, that I seldom allow it to make it to a full steep. I wanted a LMP with a traditional crust, not a graham crust, and fresh lemon flavors that lasted, hence the name. I finally collected all the right flavors, and this pie is complete. Lemon lovers like me can appreciate it.
If you would like to use your own sweeteners, or go without, the NN Monk Fruit Extract and NN Stevia can be removed. The ratio I use of these two is perfect, pops the flavors, and saves my lungs and coils from damage, while providing serious sweetness. Less is best here, and I have no off notes. Look on https://nudenicotine.com/search?type=article%2Cpage%2Cproduct&q=Sweeteners* for complete information. They ship internationally.
So my base to build upon was the well known CAP Lemon Meringue Pie, it just needs help imo.
FA Apple Pie has an excellent pie crust flavor, and the apple is faint, easily buried by the lemon filling, and ends up just adding a light sweet fill. The crust was finished with JF Biscuit for texture.
The lemon filling was the biggest challenge for me, I wanted a full lemon flavor, without fading issues, and that wouldn't make me choke while vaping it. FE Lemon gave the lemon it's legs to last, fresh and realistic. CAP Italian Lemon Sicily and FA Lemon Sicily added the full complete lemon profile I was looking for. VT Pudding Base filled a double role here, both contributing to the full texture of the filling, without adding unwanted flavors, and the bready exhale just helped the crust even more.
FA Meringue was the best choice for me for flavor and texture enhancement of meringue offered up by the CAP Lemon Meringue Pie base.
Yes, it's complex, but it's good and not muddied. I have tried many different 'simplified versions' and they missed the mark for me. This recipe was developed for my own pleasure to vape, and there are plenty of LVP recipes out there to choose from. To thine own tongue be true!
Profile: Licorice rod with sweet citrus filling!
I started this off with CAP Licorice at 3%, FE Lemon at 2% and FLV Sweet Coconut at 1% and TPA Marshmallow at 1%
However, the licorice weren't strong enough and the FE Lemon didn't really stand a chance on it's own.
I tried upping the licorice to 4% (was too much!) and adding in VT Sour Lemon at 1.25%. Which just made it taste like citrus dishwasher soap with a shot of heavy licorice in it - NOT GOOD!
So I ended with the following:
I was very much against using sweetener in this, as I know CAP Licorice and sweetener doesn't always tango that well, plus I wanted to see if I could make a candy without any sweetener in it.
I dropped the FE Lemon a bit to avoid the soapy flavor it potentially can add and brought in FA Blood Orange to help it. The Blood Orange also brings some of the sweetness I felt would fit a candy and 0.75% seems to be just right.
Both the marshmallow and meringue serves is the texture for the filling and helps the candy flavor on its way too.
I feel this profile fits people who don't like black licorice that much, but also works as a great entry into the world of licorice vapes.
Feel free to give it a mix and a review - even if you're a licorice hater <3
This is a rare blend of sweet rice and guava infused with a floral touch provided by the jasmin. It is a very tasty and smooth dessert vape. I was trying to get closer to a basmati milky cream with guava. I am pretty comfortable with the result. Hope you enjoy it
The credit of the picture belongs to Cedric Angeles
I revamped this recipe with Flavor Creative Custard Premuim, waiting on the steep to taste the results! I also lowered the maple, because this rich custard is so sweet.
So, when I initially saw the Mixinvixens photo challenge, I thought it was a treacle tart, and never having actually eaten one, I went online to look at the ingredients. The ingredients of the food recipe are a basic pastry pie crust, eggs, bread crumbs, golden syrup, lemon juice/zest, molasses, and a Devon cream dollop. Being extremely new to mixing, I had to individually research each flavor and how to use them. I had to order flavors, and they literally arrived on Saturday, and the recipe was due on Sunday. So this was a daunting task for a noob. I even had to ask @lumentum to help me check my percentages, which he kindly did without trying to change my recipe; I wanted this to be all my creation.
Both the crust and bread crumbs in the filling were made using acetyl pyrazine, IN Biscuit & FA Cookie. I was looking for a good texture, and the yeasty properties of the bread crumbs in the filling.
The filling is sweetened by FA Maple syrup. I may give golden syrup a try when it arrives. WF Molasses is darn good, and not as overpowering as I thought it might be. The maple turned out to be a bigger concern, but I was able to balance them out, and the result was a recipe that doesn't need sweetener.
The choice of lemon was easy, FE Lemon has staying power and the strength to cut through all this richness.
I like VT Devon cream, and at such a low %, any possible chocolate notes from it were buried in this recipe. I tried CC Devon Cream, and it just wasn't what I wanted for my dollop.
So there you have it. This was a fun. I look forward to the feedback and learning more from the knowledgeable ladies that make up the MIXINVIXENS, and the rest of the DIY community.
The Mixin Vixens challenge: Girl Scout Lemonade Cookies
Mixing a recipe for something I have never tasted, so I have no idea if this is close, but it is a lemon cookie.
Cookie base is JF Biscuit and FLV Pastry Zest.
The photo looks like a shortbread cookie so I wanted to increase the butter and oven baked sugar taste, so the VTA Butter Toffee Base was used.
FE Lemon and FLV Pastry Zest provided the lemon flavor, and INW Shisha Vanilla mellows the lemon.
Tested 0.37ohm, clapton, ss316, Citadel clone 60VG/40PG It is a good SNV, but I just mixed it, so I am not sure how it will hold up over time.
A Simple classic Crunch Berry Custard enjoy!!
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