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(TPA) Vanilla Bean Ice Cream


By: The Flavor Apprentice (TPA) - Buy Direct
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A tropical ice cream with blueberries and raspberries. Steep it for 5 days and its ready to vape. Enjoy!

I had tried several Brown Butter Ice Cream mixes and they weren't bad but I wasn't exactly sure what BBIC was so I looked up the flavor description on brown Butter and BBIC and from that I decided to try my own version of a vapeable BBIC. This is what I came up with and I have to say it is really nice. It is a Toasted Nutty smooth Ice Cream with a soft Buttery finish. It isn't overly sweet but just sweet enough without being dry as a lot of Nut mixes can be. It blended together really nicely and the Nut doesn't overshadow the Ice Cream and the Ice Cream doesn't cover up the Nuttiness. It is worth a mix and will def be one we have in our rotation now. You can add 0.5% Sweetener if you'd like you can also use LB VIC in place of the VT VIC it will turn out just as good maybe even better.

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Pineapple milkshake for everyone! It's sweet and smooth with notes of pineapple. I've test it with pineapple TPA and it's great.

THIS IS NOT MY ORIGINAL RECIPE!

It was originally crafted by Aerron on ELR and simply copy/pasted to this site because it's that awesome and deserved a second audience.

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 :)

A nice Kool(ada) Banana shake. WS-32 may give a better cooling effect, but I haven't tried that variation.

A nice creamy vanilla ice cream with blue raspberry candies mixed in.

This is a frosted lemonade recipe designed for low voltage pod systems using nic salts.

I had a revelation a couple of months ago; it cost three dollars, and it came in a styrofoam cup from the Chick-fil-A drive thru. They call it "Frosted Lemonade"; I'm not sure how long it has been on the menu, but I hadn't noticed it before. I was planning to order a lemonade anyway, and I thought, "Treat yo self." It's basically lemonade blended with vanilla ice cream, reminiscent of an Orange Julius or a Dreamsicle, but with a sharp tartness and a little more bite. I knew immediately that I wanted to vape it.

INW Lemon Concentrate and INW Lemon Mix do most of the heavy lifting here. Botboy's classic 3:1 ratio was my starting point, but I ended up having to increase the Lemon Mix to compete with the creaminess of the ice cream to make sure that tart zest flavor carried through.

TFA Vanilla Bean Ice Cream provides the ice cream base. In a sub-ohm recipe, I'd probably add some more support, but it does just fine with a small boost from the FLV Cream for a pod recipe. If TFA VBIC gives you the peppery aftertaste that so many seem to experience, CAP VBIC is a reasonable 1:1 substitute.

FLV Cream adds that small boost to the creaminess of the VBIC without adding too much to the overall flavor - a hint of milk, a hint of sweet cream, a touch of volume to the mouth feel. It's subtle, but it's the finishing touch.

CAP Super Sweet is entirely optional; it's good for just a bit of the sticky sugary lips that real lemonade leaves behind when you drink it. The percentage of WS-23 is up to you and your personal tolerance. I've listed it at 1%, though I mix it for myself at 2.5%.

flavorpro challenge - untested - biscuit is to back up pie crust - 2 apples plus apple pie and some caramel to sweeten it - cranberry for the winter theme

Just trying to do a simple strawberries n cream for my first development. Thats where most start, so thats where I started. With limited money and flavors. I started slapping flavors into the bottles. Not knowing what I was doing, I just following my dumb tastebuds. I started this all in Aug 18, Nov.18 I felt it was good enough to hold its own place amongst the great recipe on ATF. Must be steeped 2 weeks.

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