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(WF) Brazilian Coffee SC


By: Wonder Flavours (WF) - Buy Direct

Used in 47 recipes at an average of 0.683%.

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This ones great give it a try it’s the bomb

This is a recipe for Wayne walker on the diy or die Facebook page. This is untested and my thoughts of a startvto his profile of a banana coffee chocolate w/ cashew smoothie. If I had smoothie base I may add that aswell but its already on its way to becoming ferryfied so I will leave it out. Problems I can see with this recipe is the coffee is a strong flavor along with the chocolates the banana and almond will possibly get barried from them. The almond was used as a greasy nut that may help separate all the flavors to help you get each note. The ap is to help the chocolates and nuttiness. Another thought is you may be able to add some more banana with vta banana custard.

*edit so on my hadaly with a fused clapton 2x26g n80 fused w/ 38g n80 this is actually a pretty tasty vape the coffee and banana work well with each other I don't get much chocolate or almond but I was pleasantly surprised.

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This is the only coffee drink that I will actually have as I really don't like coffee at all. White Mocha is lovely and put a dash of cinnamon in it and something magical happens. It's my Starbucks secret for you. I like even better in coconut milk.

This is really milky but very little coffee, so if you want more just increase WF Brazilian Coffee up to 0.75% or more to your taste.

Notes and details of this mix will be added shortly.

Enjoy, be queer & vape on.

This is a blended creamy coffe mix in which the darker chocolate and coffee notes are contrasted to the bright sweet raspberry syrup . Best in an RDA at 60 - 70 watts (4.0V)

This was made for Daytime Franks mixin in the kitchen episode on coffee

Bazillian Coffee is a a robust dark roast coffee with no off notes or cream added. if you are looking for just coffee with no additional flavors that you can build around this is the flavor you want. I used it at a mid range to contrast the sweet syrup raspberry notes and still be present. See notes below for other coffee subs and changes

raspberry Jam and strawberry Gummy create the bright sweet syrup that is needed to pop out against the darker coffee and chocolate notes ( if you want more of a brighter realistic raspberry note you can sub the strawberry gummy for FLV red raspberry or INW raspberry)

Devon Cream is a moderate body cream with a chocolate finish that works perfect in mocha coffee blend.

Honey Comb add some additional chocolate notes and inherit darker type sweetness

Whipped Cream is used to blend this mix into a frappuchino

Vanilla Ice Cream I wanted a really full dense body that you get from a custard but I did not want an egg note. FA vanilla ice cream does this , it is used to create the full creamy dense vanilla base. The vanilla is a bright top note type of vanilla that works here because it does not get lost into the coffee

NOTES Sweetener not needed but works to bring out some of the top notes. I love Stixx mixx coffee but many do not have them so i used WF brazilian - but for my personal taste I like to use (SM) Chock full of nuts at 6% for a solid medium roast coffee and (SM) Italian roast for that extra shot of espresso shot at 2% INW coffee can also be subed it leans to a dark bean espresso as well and has very minimal off notes use between 1 - 1.5%

Every cops favorite ice cream. Coffee and doughnut ice cream!!!

It took me the better part of a year to come up with a caramel coffee profile that did not taste like burnt asphalt to me. Admittedly this is far more heavy on the caramel than the coffee but so is the one from the fast food joint that I modeled it after. I used the FLV-Toffee and the VT-Toffee Ice Cream to add some darker layers to the Caramel. The VT-Toffee Ice Cream also helps to thicken it up a bit. The FW-Butterscotch accents the brighter caramel notes as I wanted a full range of caramel lushness in this one. The WF-Brazilian Coffee adds a bit of coffee to the mix along with the VT-Coffee Milk Froth which also adds a hint of butter to the caramel and helps cream it up a tad more. This is much better after a good steep so that the flavors can meld together.

The PUR-Caramel Coffee w/Sweet Milk is rather sweet on its own so you may not need any other sweeteners in this one. Test it first and see.

I tried to base this recipe on a light chocolate but medium strength Coffee Crisp candy bar.. I did achieve what I set out to complete with the good amounts of both worlds of either a coffee milkshake to a candy bar..

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VT Cafe Latte, not DFS. I’ve been on a quest to mix a good coffee that doesn’t taste like burning tires since I first started mixing. Coffee, lattes, mochas are my Vapes, but good ones in vape form are hard to master. I Love WF Brazilian Coffee, but it’s even better when paired with VT Cafe Latte. Milk &Honey, Hazelnut and Vanilla Swirl give it a nutty body and texture, while VT Chocolate Mousse adds that nice mocha undertone and fluffiness to make it taste like one of those $5 jobbies.

My first try at any type of a coffee mix.. The Chocolates blend very well with the Hazelnut.. Sugar Daddy best sweetener to use in this mix as it is the most realistic sugar.. 7 Days should blend it well.. BUT tastes amazing off the shake..

This is a mix I made up for #DAYTIMEFRANKREVIEWS - Sunday mixin in the kitchen show . The Irish cream, and coffee combine to create the main profile for this mix. The meringue, whip cream and coconut add some fluffy mouth feel and create a sweet top note. The hazelnut, brown sugar and are the base notes. The vodka gives you that slight dryness on the exhale similar to what to the finish of a dry martini cocktail.

As with actual vodka this does not add a flavor to your profile - it add a dryness and extends the length of the finish on your exhale - which is a nice contrast to the sweet creaminess on the front end.

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