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(INW) Biscuit


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A popular biscuit, raspberry jam and set vanilla cream sandwiched between 2 blonde shortbread discs.

Starting with the biscuit I used CAP sugar cookie, INW biscuit and WF shortbread... I then added vanilla custard for richness and dried it all up with Acetyl Pyrazine.

The jam is self explanatory and that consists of VTA raspberry jam and FLV jammy berry twists the bright raspberry to a darker raspberry whilst also adding more of that pectin content.

The cream isn’t actually a cream in the real deal biscuit, it’s more of a powdered sugar barely moistened and then vanillafied which sets to a sort of chocolate-less ganache so Vanilla buttercream frosting was the perfect choice, used fairly high here to climb above the custard.

I suggest using Sucralose here to aid the buttercream and the jam but it’s entirely down to your taste and is subjective :)

If you like what I do and this recipe then please rate and review :)

Start with 3% Of Lemon meringue pie
Then add 3% juice lemon
3% lemon Sicily
.5 lemon sicillian
1.5% custard
.5% custard
.5% biscuit
1.25% graham
1.25% deep fried pastry dough
.5 lemon cake
1% Bavarian
1%whipped
1%meringue
.26 cream dream
1.25 vanilla bean ice cream
.24% bitter wizzard
Once everything is jar’d up and mixed well we’ll add .5% additional lemon meringue pie
mix remove 15ml to enjoy as SAV!
Allow to steep 14-21 days once finished add last .5% lemon meringue pie and enjoy.

Ok. I know this is a complex recipe. In fact, it's far more complex than I set out to make, but I am very pleased with the result.

I wanted to make a vape that tasted like I was inhaling the heaven-bound soul of a cookie that had lived a fantastic life, and I feel like this is pretty close.

Word of warning; avoid using sweeteners in this - it is sweet enough already, and the Cookie Butter, though amazing can gunk up your coils. Both together would probably make it even worse!

You can S&V with this, but I would give it a couple of weeks for it to be at its best.

Please mix, enjoy, and let me know what you think 😊.

Strawberry Pocky flavor... v1

Working off of my Vape Pockee by Drip Social clone I decided to sit down and make a proper Strawberry Pocky flavor. Vape Pockee is delicious, but I was eating some actual Pocky and felt the urge to adapt a more accurate flavor. Less berry, more graham, more cream and less sweet. This is just a start, prob many variations to come and any suggestions welcome to bring this together, :)

Off the shake I think my graham cracker is too high, but will let it steep for a few days to see.

A light fluffy banana nut bread filled with delectable sweet fuji apple chunks. Strange profile I know, but I love the TPA banana nut bread for a bakery base that isn't too heavy. I think it takes away a bit of sharpness from the fuji and they blend really well together.

I added the INW biscuit to add that kind of hard crunchiness you get on the edges and corners you get in a traditional banana bread.

The FA meringue really just helps mold everything together and gives the recipe a nice powder sugar/ light cream after taste.

Sticking with only four flavors that most people have was tough, but i enjoyed the challenge. I tried to go a little bit out of the box here and it think it turned out pretty well.

I add but .3 % super sweet, but it is optional.

Having failed with many vanillas for tobacco (and I have like 8 now!), being a bit vanilla blind (but loving the stuff!) was looking for a profile that hit like infamous V-GOD Silver. This has an excessively sweet vanilla profile (saturates on my Entheon clone!) but is not too bad on an RDA, the tobacco is hidden in the back but is regrettably enjoyable. This being far away, but IMHO much better!
INW Biscuit - an amazing sweet, full, delicate vanilla biscuit which holds nicely with the tobacco
DFS Holy Vanilla - I'm afraid for a slightly vanilla-impaired like myself it is amazing, as hyped!
The rest is a classic Flavorah tobacco, which comes alive after 1 week steeping. I went with:
FLV Kentucky Blend - the ash profile, wich needs a little help from its colleagues
FLV Native Tobacco - probably my favorite from Flavorah, spicy bright (I vape it at 4% with no shame!)
FLV Red Burley - gives it the dark, chocolaty profile and connects with the heavy vanilla

A yogurt mix with pear. If you like yogurt then you must try this one! Steep time 7 days

Juicy pears ladened with honeycomb and crunchy cookie clusters.

This is one of my favorite pear pairings thanks to my new BFF, VT Honeycomb which (finally) masterfully resurrects faith (back) into using honey without the fear of a potential nuclear disaster.

My trusted pear combo does the heavy lifting here to provide an unbelievably realistic, fresh pear layer. FA Pear brings the juicy, run down your chin pear, whilst INW Pear adds the gritty texture, crunch and mouth feel.

VT Honeycomb is a fantastic revelation by providing a rich honey flavour without overpowering the mix. It’s slight crunch augments the biscuit layer and adds just the right amount of sweetness to the mix without defeating the delicate pear layer.

The crunchy cluster is meant to sit in the background and provide a subtle textural role. I used OG INW Biscuit and do not recommend using the reformulated version. A suitable sub is JF Biscuit at the same %.

Give this baby 3 days or so and she is ready to pop!

Vape Pockee by Drip Social clone. Almost impossible to find anymore so I decided to make my own "clone" or variation that I feel is a close enough facsimile for my palette. Still a semi work in progress, but I think I've nailed it down pretty much. I feel like the original has a LOT more sweetener in it, but I much prefer it with more flavor, less sweetener. Speed/heat steep doesn't seem to do much to this stuff, but time is definitely morphing it. 5 day steep seems to really make it pop, but even as SNV it's pretty excellent. If you sub Rick's with CAPS Super Sweet make sure you cut it in half as the super sweet really is... super sweet, lol! Maltol used to brighten the berries and keep them strong after steep.

14 day steep and this stuff sweetens up a LOT. The strawberry has stayed strong and the creaminess/graham is evident on the exhale. 21 days and it's really sitting well on the palette. Strawberries on the inhale, cream and biscuit on the exhale with a lot of sweetness, but not like a frosting or crunchy either... just, sweet!

(Added 0.5% INW Biscuit as I was still missing some of the pretzel note, BAM.)

Adjust nic to your needs, should not affect much other than throat hit. Rich and creamy, super strawberry goodness.

(Post up your adaptations or suggestions please!)

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My take on a vanilla icecream and sugar cookie sandwich (or a blonde Klondike bar).
I played with various biscuit and cookie concentrates and various percentages a bit, but came back to CAP SC as the star.

The cookie sandwich here is a pretty simple mix of both CAP Sugar Cookie and INW Biscuit. The CAP SC gives a sweet and also slightly grainy feel to the cookie in this mix, while the INW helps with a little more depth and a darker cookie backnote.

The ice cream here is a mix of CAP VBIC and TFA Bavarian Cream, which are used in conjunction with the vanilla's below to really give a good punchy vanilla icecream. The addition of CAP SL Whipped Marshmallow helps to add a little sweetness, and lift the creams up a bit to prevent them being too "heavy"

CAP French Vanilla and INW Shisha Vanilla give a strong and distinct layer to this profile, which is what I was going for. The CAP FV is a superstar in my opinion when it comes to vanilla flavours, but it is distinct from other widely used vanilla concentrates. The Shisha does need a little time to mellow out, even at only 0.75%, so a good 2 week steep to help the vanilla's blend with the creams will give a much more satisfying vape.

As always, I mix this at 70% VG.

Bone apple teeth.

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