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Just a delicious Peaches and Cream!
The peaches in this are 100% in the front. Sweet, yet tangy, the combo of 2-1 FA White Peach to Cap Yellow Peach really works fantastically.
Cap Marshmallow forms the backbone of the cream/sweetness and the LB Van IC + Cap Van Whipped really make it thick and luscious. It really lingers on the pallet and has a great mouthfeel.
FA Pear is just to knock down any peach astringency and also to add wetness. Up the pear if you find it to be too dry for your likings.
Sweetener to taste, I only added Rick's van to this because of the vanilla notes I was already using. Super sweet to taste, but I think 0.1% is more than enough on top of the Rick's .5%
A fresh citrus apple soda for y'alls!
I just keep throwing random stuff at the fizzy/sprite base that I used in my Citraspberry recipie, and this works really well.
FA Fuji / CAP Double Apple pair up great to give us a well rounded apple flavor, and FA Pear gives that extra sweetness that those flavors are lacking.
FLV Citrus Soda / CAP Lemon Lime serves as the fizzy "sprite" base.
TFA Vanilla Swirl might seem wierd here, but it mutes the sharp notes that both the citruses and apples have, and brings a very nice slightly vanilla touched sweetness. I think most of you won't taste the vanilla, unless you are really looking for it.
WS-23 is optional or use at your prefered percentage. I recommend starting at 0.25% if you are not used to it, otherwise 0.5-1%.
This is a collaborative creation by DEVELOPED: NaChef, Max Savage, Graham, and folkart.
This recipe is our version of a Blackberry, Blueberry, Lemonade. Full Development Notes at https://youtu.be/ndxXjSmXvkY
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Vague fruit flavor reminiscent of White Mystery Airheads. I started with the idea of using FA Cherry in a recipe and simply mixed with FA Pear to lighten the harsh cherry. It already reminded me of the childhood favorite. At this point I just went with it. The apple brings down the tartness. The watermelon really makes it more candylike. The white peach adds an inherent sweetness to the flavor and smooths it into that nondecript fruit vagueness. I used 1% CAP Super Sweet but sweeten to your own tastes.
Based on a suggestion by @Fear on Noted, on how great a (INW) Am4A mix with some apples could be, and he was absolutely right. I gave it a bit of a punch, so it is not overly sweet.
INW Am4a - the base of the sweet tobacco for the recipe, wich calls for apples naturally
FA Apple Fuji - a great apple, but can be too noticeable or evident
FLV Sour Apple - another good apple, drier and green
FA Pear - gives the apples some juice
INW Absolute Virginia - Was afraid it might be really strong, but as it is an extract I find it really subtle (needs steeping!)
FA Black Fire - gives the spice, some great smoke (non ashy) without dominating all
Needs to steep 4 days (a week better) so it all comes together!
I wanted to play around with FLV Mimosa and found a good pairing with DV Absinth and FM Gin Orange.
It creates a kind of boozy mentholated vape which is fairly pleasing after 3 days of steeping.
It almost gives the impression that there is koolada in the recipe, but that's just the combo of the Absinth and the Gin.
You can vape it DL, but to me it tastes best when used in MTL.
A delectable, thick and creamy pear and ice cream frulata.
A delicious blended frulata (or ice cream based smoothie) using a (relative) newcomer in the pear category.
Molinberry managed to create something which only 2 other flavor houses have ever managed to do...create a pear flavor which actually tastes like pear! Many have tried, most have failed but a savior is here in the form of Shape up Pear! It is an all-encompassing true, authentic, natural pear: skin, flesh, grittiness and all!
This semi-sweet, fresh pear accurately represents the best bits of a ripe pear with ease and, I suspect, will become the natural go-to pear for many a mixer. I bolstered the (delicate) pear note with a touch of FA Pear to make sure it kicks through our frulata base, which can easily dominate less robust flavors.
The milkshake base is given a smoothie twist with a dollop of yoghurt to cut through the sweetness by adding a smidgen of tartness, which balances the sweetness of both the pear and milkshake base alike. The milkshake base, penned by @Freshepies, is simply the very best milkshake base around - thick and creamy vanilla ice cream blended to absolute perfection.
Give this baby at least 5 days for the creams to meld and enjoy!
Development notes: https://youtu.be/_7hEvaB7LqE