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(VT) Blueberry Jam


By: Vape Train (VT) - Buy Direct

Used in 31 recipes at an average of 2.089%.

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7 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


This is amazing and awesome. Everything you wanted from a blueberry vape.

Fresh. Authentic. Super moist. Great mouth feel.

This is my take on the quite old Rocket Man e-juice from The Man.
My version is creamier and not so much in your face like the original.
Before you say anything.Yes,i know that 7% of TPA's Greek Yogurt seems high but i've worked my way up there starting from just 1%.
Honestly i haven't used this flavour before so that's why i started very low.I bumped it up several times to get some zing out of the yogurt but it's not overpowering at all.it could be even more but i don't really think that using it any higher brings out really better results.
The FLV Yogurt and the FA Fresh Cream makes it just thicker and gives a nice mouthfeel.
TPA CGC help out as well in the cream department and you get just a hint of graham crust there.
VT Blueberry Jam is a wonderful sweet blueberry base.I added FW Blueberry in there to get some bite and a bit more authenticity out of the Blueberry.
That's it.shake,vape and enjoy!

What we have here is a cheesecake but instead of creams we have a stone of yogurts and blueberries at the top with a nice and sweet feeling of a jam. Steep i ll give 2 days or snv it like me! Enjoy!!

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This is a blueberry cream. The custard/cream takes the front seat with this one with the blueberries being a nice subtle baked blueberry back note. This mix has a nice vanilla accent to the blueberry.

This is a jammy blueberry on toast. (Quite captivating, and moreish)
Not that good tho.

This was made for mixin in the kitchen show the red white and blue challenge

RED - apple/ cran creates the top notes in this and adds some brightness and tartness to the darker sweet notes here

Blue - blueberry jam is a sweet sticky thick type of blueberry which really works with the darker notes for butterscotch and caramel. and hold the middle of this mix I used FW for more of a creamy buttery profile note rather then the candy type of butterscotch

White - vanilla marshmallow is present on the exhale and adds a nice vanilla note . WF caramel rice treats I felt needed a bit of a boost so added the rice crunches but could sub out cereal 27 around 2.5 for more texture

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I challenged myself to make an "on the spot" recipe on a live you tube show recently and Addy Tuney suggested this profile. The fact that he is a great guy who is highly respected around the area of DIY as one of the founders was truly and honor to take up his suggestion. To suggest this to me with some sort of confidence that I could pull off a profile like this on the spot was daring to say the least lol. It;s Addy Tuney though, so I had to have a go. I'm actually really happy with this and how it came together. Look up my previous recipe "MMM Maple Syrup" as you will see this is what is included here in this recipe. I really like the way WF Crepe at 1% supports the TFA Pancake here and as a base to work off, works well. I chose deeper/darker versions of the Strawberry and Blueberry here to really give a warm cooked feeling. To accent and add depth to the fruit was the VT Boysenberry that works so well. The Caps Cinnamon Sugar really helps to add a little something to the pancake and compliments the overall recipe well with out taking over the recipe as some cinnamon flavors do, rather it sits at the back nicely. What an honor it was to create this, thank you Addy for laying down this challenge. I hope that not only you enjoy this but many people enjoy this recipe and maybe add a little cream,custard or ice-cream of your choice. Enjoy! :)
see it being created here: https://youtu.be/u-mdjAkuTP8?t=50m41s

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