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Okay the person had said no custard. I wonder if that means no creams too..... Anyway still mixing for that person - here I have strawberries and cherry crush and butter pecan as the higher numbers and then as back up players the tangerine, coconut, almond, blood orange, vanilla and blueberry. Should be a-okay to vape straight away right? Couldn't find quite the right free photo but this should do,
"Tropical Melon with a Coconut Exhale"
Sounds strange but it has a cult following. And for good reason. Creamy, buttery coconut with a clean melon flavor. It breaks up the monotony of your ADV of Strawberries and Dragonfruit on top of being refreshing and unique.
Good as a Shake & Vape but gets better after a short steep.
Updates and Revisions:
Lowered CAP Butter Cream from 1.5% to 1%.
This should be a supporting flavor and I feel this change reflects that.
Omitted FA Almond.
As much as I wanted to continue to keep FA Almond in this mix, there was not much of a difference. Feel free to continue adding it to your own mixes, but at .5%, it seemed unnecessary.
3/21/18 BIG UPDATE:
Almond (FA) 1.5% to .5%
Coconut (FA) to Coconut Candy (TPA)
VBIC 3% to 4%
Toasted Marshmallow (TPA)
Went back to A/AP VBIC. After testing, I have concluded that Diketones are delicious and in small quantities, I have had no problems. Ordering FLV Sweet Coconut and will continue to test.
Changed Golden Butter (Cap) to Butter Cream (Cap). The Butter Cream lends a bit of sweetness and still brings that buttery note I wanted.
Lowered the Honeydew (TPA) by 1%. I feel that 3% still brings that overall melon tone, but perhaps without nose raping you.
Changed Toasted Almond (TFA) to Almond (FA). I feel like the sweetness of Flavour Art's Almond will really shine in this recipe.
Changed Butter to Golden Butter to reflect Capella's decision to change the name.
I have reworked the recipe to replace VBIC with A/AP free VBIC. I don't expect a noticeable taste difference.
I've taken out the Cantaloupe and reworked the other percentages.
Side note: I've seen my recipe re-posted on other sites and re-posted here. I'm glad you guys like it!
I steeped for 3 weeks and it was quite close. I reduced the Cantaloupe and upped the Honeydew. I really feel like I'd miss the Cantaloupe if it wasn't there, so I'm trying a reduced batch before I consider omitting it all together.
An Irish potato candy. Coconut flakes and cream cheese rolled into a potato shape, and dusted with cinnamon. It ends up looking like a tiny potato!
I started doing this for the DIY Mixers Crew Cinnamon Challenge. I wasn't able to complete it in time due to life. I wanted to post this anyway. I wanted to make something kind of out there, that most people wouldn't think to do, so that's where this came in. It's a very simple recipe, not much explanation needed for it.