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(INW) Cherries


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Alright, Apexified and Isuamadog were kind enough to give this a try with me and it's good to go. So here it is everyone, the solution to a few medicine cherry problems.

A popping cherry lollipop popper!

This is a morish cherry Popsicle sure to turn your lips red!

MB Red cherry is a fantastic new(ish) entrant in the cherry category and is set to upset some of the big players. Most of the cherry options are bleh and Molinberry has manged to create a winner here! This is a juicy, sweetened, red cherry, minus the medicinal cough syrup vibe - enough said! This get truly better with time and develops a fantastic deep and juicy cherry after the 2 week mark. The Red Cherry is filled out with a touch of INW Cherries (NOT INW CHERRY!) to fill in the gaps and allows the full cherry to shine. A lick of FA Forest fruit completes the richness and body and keeps the cherry form being linear.

A smidgen of Fizzy Sherbet adds the fizzy, sour centre element.

Good after 3 days or so but better after 7 and even better after 14!

MB Red Cherry notes here: https://youtu.be/1bMjDMsuamA

White cupcake with cherry buttercream frosting. If you want more frosting note (or to be sweetener) increase the VTA buttercream frosting up to 0.50%.

This is a vanilla cupcake with cherry buttercream frosting. The forest fruit and boysenberry add some much needed body and darkness to inw cherries and takes away some of these dreaded cherry off notes. I totally stole this trick from the mixing godfather himself Addy Tuney.

Ever since tasting LB Cherry Blossom Tea, I've been wanting to make it work. I hate it on it's own but there's something interesting about it. I've tried adding biscuits and creams before with meh results and went with addition fruits and cream this time. For some reason I don't mind as much when I MTL vape shitty juice so I went for a MTL version first. I think it came out fantastic. I added 1 drop of SS for the 15ml bottle I made.

It's pretty good off the shake, but after sitting over the weekend, I think it's really good.

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Newer, better version here: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/147651

INW Cherries completely changes the flavor and becomes stronger after a few days' steep. You definitely don't want that in this recipe.

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IMPORTANT: CAP Lemon Lime's gravity (g per ml) by default is way above what it should be. If you mix by weight, mix CAP Lemon Lime as 1g = 1ml.

CAP Super Sweet is optional.

VapeWild doesn't add cooling, but 2 drops per 30ml of WS-23 works well if you're into that.

No steep required, shake and vape!

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A combination of Tuney’s Cherry base and Alfred Pudding cheesecake base. Added shisha vanilla as an emulsifier to pull the 2 together. Steep 5 days for the cheesecake to settle in.

This is a remaking of the original recipe I did a while back, I got some new flavors and thought they'd make a good mix. Both mixes are good and quite different from each other but for me what sets this one aside is addition of the VT BLOOD ORANGE CHAMPAGNE & FIZZY SHERBET, I don't know how VT makes such a realistic fizzy texture but its amaze-balls. Champagne gives a slight boozy note with a touch of orange to help out the fruits in the mix, sherbet adds to the bubbly-ness with a hint of lemon fizz.
FLV SANGRIA is heavier in tannins than the RF offer & has more of a booziness to it, think of it as being a deep red wine compared toRF being a fruity rosé.

FA LIQUID AMBER tops off the boozy note and adds some body.

MEXICAN CACTUS gives it some juiciness/wetness

BLOOD ORANGE, CHERRIES/CHRRYL/SHISHA LIME are for the fruits added to the sangria

FIZZY SHERBET adds some more fizz and a touch of lemon.

Its honestly sweet enough on its own but I enjoy it with some FLV sweetness or supersweet added to it and in the summer, .50% WS23.
SNV certified.

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Please do not post elsewhere without my prior consent. You may not use this for commercial gain.
Happy mixing!

Don't be mistaken, she may look all sweet but she'll set you on fire. This one's spicy like those redheads ya just can't stay away from!

Tastes just like a cinnamon heart candy; spicy, sickeningly sweet with that creamy-ish hard candy center you get after you suck all the spicy off. Oh, and the room note on this, if you like hot cinnamon, is to die for! I've been painstakingly trying to achieve (and by that I mean literally...my poor throat!) this profile on and off for years now, its something Ive not seen any mixers truly be able (or brave enough to try) to pull off. That made me even more determined and well, Ive finally nailed it down, just in time for Valentines day. Now I don't do holidays but you might want to mix up a bottle for your crush or sweetheart "t-t-t-t-t-t-today junior!" (if you didn't know thats from Billy Madison...tsk, tsk, shame on you)

I initially started by trying about every red hot/tamale flavor out there but to me they all have this synthetic chemical taste on the exhale that I really despise, I wanted to feel like I just swallowed a mitt-ful of the candy hearts I keep around all year long cuz I love em so much :p The trick with cinnamon flavorings is they need to be used really low otherwise they're just miserable and will tear a hole though your throat. My initial starting place of 2% with these was a truly painful experience, I couldn't taste anything for a bit after that thanks to the perfume note that TPA takes on if used higher than this.

FLV RED CINNAMON is a good spicy hot cinnamon with no chemical taste but kinda lacks that candy edge, so we need to help it out some.

TPA CINNAMON; by accident, I realized that this is not in-fact a spice type flavor but rather a red hot flavor without the nasty chemical/perfume taste like the other offerings. This helps to fill the edge that FLV is missing.

INW CHERRIES/INW SHISHA STRAWBERRY/VT GOLDEN SYRUP
The combination of fruits at low% help fill in the candy note while staying low enough to not come upfront & golden syrup helps with the sticky mouth feel. I had initially tried CAP hibiscus & WF grenadine for the syrupy mouthfeel they are known for adding to a mix but they altered the taste too much. Golden Syrup is an incredibly useful flavoring that adds body and mouthfeel, deepens flavoring in a mix without being distracting at all.

LA CREAMCHEESE ICING/PUR MARSHMALLOW/DFS HOLY VANILLA/000 POWDERED SUGAR
This builds a chewy sticky mouthfeel with a hint of creaminess & helps blend out the harshness of the spicy cinnamon. PUR marshmallow might seem like an odd choosing but I had a reason for this. Other offerings are great for mouthfeel but PUR, I feel actually has the candy marshmallow taste, as well as feel. If you don't have it you could sub which ever marshmallow you have but I would up the holy vanilla to 1% in addition to it. Powdered sugar adds a great confection taste and feel to pretty much everything, its for sure one of those flavors you don't wanna be without.

TPA SMOOTH
This just helps to soften the harshness of the cinnamon and meld the mix together. You could sub MTS vape wizard if you have that instead, or omit it completely. I do find it helps but it wont break the recipe if you don't have it.

SUPERSWEET
Yes this is insanely high! You could certainly omit the sweetener or adjust to your liking, I just feel that for an authentic candy cinnamon taste, it needed to be sickly sweet. This isn't an ADV anyways, (unless you're a masochist) so why not?

If you have a sensitive throat, I suggest making a small sample of this first and if you find it too spicy, you can reduce the cinnamon flavorings to .10% and .25% they are still detectable at this level but not as saturated or spicy.
I vape it right off the shake but breathing overnight will mellow it a bit and after a week steep, its a bit more creamy. This is better at higher wattages.

I honestly rate and review every single recipe I mix up & ask you to do the same.

Please do not repost elsewhere without first gaining my consent to do so. You may not use this for commercial gain.
Happy mixing!

A Cherry in the Kuchen with Lewis

Kuchen means Cake in German. This recipe is for Lewis from Chef's Flavours in the UK.
This is made with all Chefs flavors except the SASAMI Crumble Cake. I. goofed on that one. Oops. 😀 Enjoy.

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