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A mixed berry jam menthol mix
Dark, jammy and sweet berry mix with added coolant, more of a mix to gage the new flavorah concentrates and what a good job they do, All of the berry concentrates used have a dark fruity taste and compliment each other very well and leave your mouth with a deep fruity taste on the exhale along with the menthol and ws-23 it’s a very refreshing vape.
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My initial mix up of this week's recipe turned out poorly so I had to remix it without getting the benefit of a few weeks of steeping like the first version got. This has been steeping now for 8 days, and has turned out lovely and was actually pretty good off the shake, though the creamy flavors have started to shine through now that it has had a bit of steep time. I would say this needs about 2 weeks steeping, maybe 3 to be fully stabilized, but if you're a mix and shake vaper this will work, but maybe mix up a big bottle or a second batch to allow one to steep as well.
The ice cream layer in this recipe is made up of Delosi's Vanilla Cream and FA Vienna Cream. These creams are actually DAAP free, so I did have to use a few other ingredients to DAAP it up a bit for you DAAP lovers. The FLV Cream adds a bit of Diacetyl, and the WF Caramel Butter definitely has some level of DAAP in it that adds to the overall thickness of the ice cream flavor. The Caramel is meant to be mixed into the ice cream, as it is a caramel ice cream so there shouldn't be much in the way of separation in these layers, but should be blended all into one.
Aged Bourbon Cream is the drizzle that tops this ice cream, as I thought it would be something a bit different and contrasting to the caramel notes. And instead of adding yet another cream to add to the whipped cream layer, I just kind of ignored the whipped cream as I felt it would get lost in the ice cream notes. I used FA Nut Mix over the other types of nuts because I know this flavor gives a good slight nut note when used at a low percentage and it wouldn't overpower the other flavors making it a nut ice cream rather than just a topping. Since I had poor results trying to get a toffee pecan type of note in the first attempt, I just settled for a hint of nut to go in there.
Apple Filling Ice Cream!!
This is a Apple filling flavored Ice ream I created using my Apple Filling Layer.
A thick and smooth, refreshing, natural banana mango ice cream. No runts or candy here.
I got the idea of adding buttercream frosting to my ice cream base from a suggestion from @diydownunderpippa - frosting episode. Love this idea!
*If your a pepper taster, use Capellas or Liquid Barn's Vanilla Ice Cream and drop it by 1%.
The mango is layered with FE mango and CAP sweet mango. Sweet mango rounds out the layer and aids in emulsifying the recipe.
The banana layer uses my favorite banana, VT banana custard. I added a touch of LA banana cream to round out the layer.
A touch of WS-23 (30% solution), was added to chill the recipe creating an ice cream, opposed to a warm cream. This is optional and adjust to your liking.
A splash of super sweet was added to give it a little extra sweetness. Adjust it to your liking.
I enjoy this on a Rebirth using a single N80 quad core fused clapton coil (.34 ohm) @ 40 - 55 watts.
If you mix this, please give your feedback. It's welcomed :)
I created this recipe using my "Moscato Liquido" layer.
I wanted to use my Moscato layer in a Fruit Juice but did not want to do the average Grapple or some thin kind of fruit juice. I figured a Tropical vibe would be weird enough with a Grape layer and gave it a try.
This turned out very tasty! A strange and delicious mix that I can only describe as a Pink or slight red Tropical fruit Juice with a unique mouth watering grape twist to it.
The Pink - The combination of the Shisha strawberry and FLV Pink Guava is where I got the tropical notes from. The Shisha melting the tropical guava and Citrus notes down into a sweet nectar that mixes into the Grape layer.
WS23 - added to bring in the cool Beverage boost
Sweetner - Yes add it. the profile is not the same if you leave it out. I would say the lowest the SS should go is 0.25... LOWEST!
Give this a Mix if you are looking for something fresh
Changes: If you like a longer lasting Guava, Add some CAP Sweet Guava to this!
Inspired by Lilt. I came up with this last autumn, when I wanted summer back in my life, but it’s taken a fair few iterations to get it balanced.
The Aurora is here to add a little carbonated zing to the profile. You could alternatively sub in FW Pink Champagne around 1% for a similar effect, but I like the brightness that Aurora brings here.
Everything else should be self-explanatory. The pineapples offer the main base, playing off the tart grapefruit from Inawera.
It’s good off the shake, but I recommend giving it 4 days for everything to settle together.
This started out as an experiment to test Honeydew as I have not used it before (I have tasted it in other mixes, but never used it myself until now). I also had some FE Mango around that I wanted to try.
A soft tropical Juice putting attention on the Honeydewz! Using Mango as my boosting tropical background and Country apple to liven things up with a fresh fruit vibe.
I also added some FA Pear for a touch of moistness and some TPA Sour Apple for a pucker of tarty freshness of a delicious fruit Juice.
This vapes great as a SnV! and Strangely also changes flavor depending on temp/wattage vaped at. Lower wattages I get mostly Honeydew and Higher tempts a more blended Honeydew with the Mango and WS23 coming forward.
A Great Summer Vape!
SS- Leave sweetener out if you want to BUT I used 0.4% SS. Your choice.
WS23 - Push up to desired %
Give this a mix if you enjoy Honeydew or Mango
It's Gin, it's lemon lime soda, it's melon balls.... Adjusted the recipe slightly since it's steeped. The gin seemed to fall back just a bit more than I wanted it too after it steeped so I added just a tad more, and the citrus soda also fell back a bit more than I wanted so I added a touch more of that. Lowered the sweetener a tad too as that popped out more than I wanted after it steeped.
Everything else in the recipe has stayed the same. I just ignored the cucumber element in this picture as to me it is just decoration and probably didn't add anything to the actual drink. lol Overall without the sweetener (a version I made for myself) I enjoy this quite a bit as a gin drinker myself. The alcohol notes are pretty subtle which in a soda drenched drink it wouldn't be slap you in the face alcoholic anyway. I'm sure VTA Botanical Gin or FA Gin could also be added into this if you want a little more of an alcohol note, but personally I didn't want that. While you could sub the FLV gin for FA gin, it will be a little less aromatic in terms of gin, and a little more alcoholic, and I'd probably turn up the percentage a tad with FA gin. VTA Botanical could also be subbed but I'd probably turn the percentage down a bit from the FLV amount as it's a tad more aromatic. FLV is just somewhere in between.
You can mix without sweetener and get a good result, but for more of an authentic soda type feel to it sweetener works better. I picked PUR over the other sweeteners because it is strong and not drying, so it doesn't take away from the wetness of the drink.