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Profile: Candied Apple
So I mixed up a recipe, that I actually didn't care for. Much worse was it, that I brought it to work too so I was stuck with it all day long.
Came home, sat down, thought of my inventory as I needed a SnV immediately - and then it came to me. I need a candied apple!
So I mixed this up - little trial and error and I got it just perfect after a couple of tries.
FA Fuji - Being low on apples in general, my choice fell on this, as it's the sweet kind of apple I'm after.
VT Blood Plum - While my mix here does have a weak aftertaste of the plum, my choice on this was strictly for the candy flavor VT Blood Plum has. Therefor 1%
VT Salted Caramel - Usually I go FW Caramel (Salted) when I want something caramel, but it's very potent, and VT's version is a little bit more damp in it. Needed that for the apple not to be overpowered.
FA Butterscotch - There's to back-up the VT Salted Caramel and add a little butteriness to it.
FLV Rich Cinnamon - Keeping it low as usual, potent stuff. But in my imagination, a sprinkle of cinnamon on a candied apple sounds delicious!
CAP Super Sweet - Helps pretty much about anything in this mix to make it all more bright.
Can be used as SnV (I do!) but if you feel the need to mellow out the cinnamon a little and let the caramel become more visible, leave it over night or a few days.
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I take no credit here, this is just a simple remix of Folkart’s amazing Mayan Milk recipe using some of the flavors I already had on hand. I add 0.5% FA Donut Glassato Cioccolato for a cakey back note, but either version is delicious. Hats off to Folkart for making the best chocolate vape I ever tried, thank you sir!
I have worked on French Toast for what seems like ever. It was always missing something. Once I finally got the Bread aspect, the Syrup and Butter just right I realized it was missing that Browned Egg portion on the outside of the bread. With a little help I settled on using INW Custard for the Eggy part. That was it... the Custard was exactly what it was missing. At this % it isn't overpowering but stands out enough from the other flavors that you actually get the Browned Egg coating of actual french toast. The Bread is made using the RF French Toast and WF Cinnamon Pastry, INW Custard is the Egg coating and OOO French Toast at this % gives the Browned egg and edges to the bread, the Butter Base is of course the Butter and the Maple Syrup perfected came from a lovely mixer whom I can not remember their name that posted a maple syrup that used Caramel, Butterscotch, Golden Syrup and FA Maple I just adjusted it to my liking for this mix. ( If this is your Maple invention please Leave a Comment so you can get credit for the delicious Mapley mix)
A collaboration of between Tam Vapes and Pippa Starr, that not only brought a delicious recipe, we had tears, a feeling of hope, and a reason to keep advocating for our rights as vapers.
First, this recipe is absolutely delicious, a butterscotch cream pie. Not just any butterscotch cream pie, one with hints of chocolate, caramel, and honeycomb.
The piecrust is made up of Molin Berry Cookie Bite, at this % you get a delicious chocolate note as if the crust was lined with fudge. The Butterscotch Pudding is FA Butterscotch, FA Caramel, and FLV Vanilla Pudding. Absolutely delicious butterscotch pudding for this. The topping is WF SC Buttercream Frosting combined with WF SC Flapper Pie. If you have not used Flapper Pie, it does some pretty miraculous things in a recipe. So to add to this, is VT Honeycomb, which works as toffee drops on top of icing.
We decided to name this recipe Jupiter, because it is out of this world. Then we find this song, and it brought us to tears, because we realize the importance of vaping as a life saving alternative to smoking.
his song was written by the lead singer of Train. His mother died of lung cancer, due to being a avid smoker her entire life.
He wrote the song. Drops of Jupiter about her. He envisioned her floating in the universe after her death. Do yourself a favor and watch the video, listen to the words, and think about how many deaths can be prevented by switching people to vaping, a safer alternative.
Write your local government elected officials, and remember: I vape, I vote.
Love and Peace. 💜💜💜
It is delicious. The custardy buttery taste of the Flapper Pie works so well with the Butterscotchs. It is rich but not overly rich, creamy and just buttery-scotchy goodness. I don't use a lot of sweeteners or go much above 0.5% when I do use them but you can add sweetener to your liking. If you like super sweet vapes then go ahead and add sweetener to your tastes. It is lightly sweet with just the Meringue.
WF Flapper Pie single flavor test, it has a smooth buttery sweet custard / pie flavor after a week steep. After trying it I immediately knew I wanted to try a Butterscotch custard Pie with it. . Hope you will give it a shot and give me your feedback and thoughts on what you would or did change or what would possibly work better with the Flapper Pie.
And for anyone leaving comments I will politely ask that if you have something negative to say or feedback do not be rude or curse me. Approach me as an adult and be civil and leave the nastiness elsewhere.
This is a subtle, bright, and sweet vanilla with a backnote of floral tobacco
Made on Live Mixing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_amygab2NA
NOT MY RECIPE...not altered..taken directly from https://diyordievaping.com/
Thanks Wayne for all you do!!! (DiyOrDie)
This was mixed up for a holiday live steam fund raiser on Fresh03 channel for St Jude children hospital
The fa buttershcotch and caramel work to create that soft creamy topping
pound cake is infused with a pudding and irish cream for a warm full dense vape
NOTES: this is pretty sweet without any sweetner, bu t feel free to add sweetner if you like it really sweet. FLV sweetness would be what i recommend. FLV Irish cream is my favorite Irish cream but FA Irish cream can also be used at the same percent it will lend a bit of a chocolate back note