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Nickevz
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Yet another cornbread puddin’ remix and in now way attempting to be like the original, just using better concentrates available to me now like OOO cornbread just puts the whole mix closer to the profile.

Starting with the base of the whole thing I used OOO cornbread, it’s a little flat and linear so is backed up with other supporting flavours such as Cereal 27 for the AP and FLV popcorn for a rich buttery caramel flavour giving the cornbread some sort of caramelised aspect, the FA corn really finishes the cornbread side of things off by making it undoubtably a cornbread. Only in at 0.01% (0.10% of a 10% dilution to make it more manageable).

The pudding comes from using FA premium as a base and filled out with Vanilla swirl.

As always sweetener is subjective but you may want to take the super sweet up to as high as 0.75 to get that “premium” taste.

This will be my final version of Cornbread puddin’ as I feel this interpretation beats the original and also beats my earlier attempts in the way of coil life and stodginess.

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A bowl of frosted chocolate ring cereal with full fat milk.

A lot of people know my struggle with chocolate vapes, as a main flavour, chocolate to me is still a big no no but with cereal being the main star and chocolate being the secondary I can totally do that... especially in this case :)

Starting with the cereal, the first thing I thought of when I tested cookie bite was “weetos” I had nothing else in my mind, only weetos because the chocolate note in cookie bite is identical, I backed that up with WF cocoa puffs to really bend it towards a cereal. The meringue and starch base contribute to the “frosted” element while the starch base also contributed to that wheaty vibe you look for in a cereal, the milk is self explanatory, FA milk is by far the best milk concentrate I’ve tried especially if you’re just looking for that full fat milk. The sweetener is for my tastes and is totally subjective, it just helps me test and work with chocolate based concentrates.

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A pure and simple apricot jam, perfect zingyness, perfect sweetness, i wouldn't advise dropping the sweetener as it helps massively

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A popular biscuit, raspberry jam and set vanilla cream sandwiched between 2 blonde shortbread discs.

Starting with the biscuit I used CAP sugar cookie, INW biscuit and WF shortbread... I then added vanilla custard for richness and dried it all up with Acetyl Pyrazine.

The jam is self explanatory and that consists of VTA raspberry jam and FLV jammy berry twists the bright raspberry to a darker raspberry whilst also adding more of that pectin content.

The cream isn’t actually a cream in the real deal biscuit, it’s more of a powdered sugar barely moistened and then vanillafied which sets to a sort of chocolate-less ganache so Vanilla buttercream frosting was the perfect choice, used fairly high here to climb above the custard.

I suggest using Sucralose here to aid the buttercream and the jam but it’s entirely down to your taste and is subjective :)

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A Turkish delight infused ice cream.

Rose and raspberry ice-cream partnered with lemon and elderflower ice-cream.

The first decision I made was the ice cream base, I wanted to limit the vanilla as to not interfere with the main flavour so I chose FLV custard to get that eggyness and then loosened it with FA Milk.

The raspberry and elderflower can easily be dropped from this recipe but version one felt like it was missing something and the raspberry just gives the rose a little body and then my OCD kicked in and the lemon looked a bit lonely so I added a touch of elderflower because, well, it just worked and I like the lemon and elderflower combo, at 0.30 it’s going to give you that floral vibe but it won’t bog you down after a tank-full. The FLV rose essence really is the star of the show here, it let me add elderflower and still keep it on the low side of the floral spectrum.

You can totally drop the super sweet from this and not lose any of the characteristics, it’s all subjective but I feel it adds to that Turkish delight for that gelatinous syrupy edge.

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Ok, a lot of people enjoy my lemon meringue PIE so I thought why not build on that with a sequel... summer pie, a mixed berry meringue pie.

The base comes from my already tried and tested “lemon meringue pie - the best yet” the WF flapper pie and VTA LMT lay the base, I’ve used the tart at a lower percentage as to not get too much lemon, FA biscotto aids the base and then the berries consist of FLV jammy berry and FLV berry blend both of these combine to give you a sticky syrupy filling, because the tart has been used lower I needed something to boost that curd so I used FA premium custard, but only at 0.5% because I didn’t want too much vanilla and it’s just the right amount to help the curd out. The Vta lemon tart already contains sucralose so drop the super sweet if you wish :)

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Here is my custard base, tried and tested with several pairings and also the base of my “lemondowskii” recipe

A rich thick vanilla custard that’s silky, smooth and sweet.

Really good off of a shake but gets better with time.

Add whatever you want to this, strawberry, blueberry, lemon, peanut butter, jams, ry4’s, tobacco, doughnuts... the possibilities are endless.

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If you struggle to get a hold of Custard Premium you can get it from chefs flavours right here:

https://chefsflavours.co.uk/custard-prem-flavourart/

And this is exactly the same... it just has a nickname ;)

https://chefsflavours.co.uk/custard-prem-flavour-creative/

A fiery apple lemonade with a cool finish

FLV lemonade and VT fizzy sherbet make the base of the lemonade, boosted by a touch of FA grapefruit

The combo of FA Fuji and CAP double apple combine to make a strong punch of apple which keep it present from start to finish, it does die down after a few days but is kept crisp by the grapefruit and ws-23

The star attraction is the FLV red cinnamon which puts a different spin on the recipe and with the mild heat you feel on the throat and the cool blast of ws-23 they really play off of each other to give a satisfying vape.

Side note: a splash of whiskey/bourbon works well with the red cinnamon in this recipe and if that’s your thing then I would suggest adding some :)

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Toffee apple meringue pie with nuances of cinnamon running through the curd.

Starting with the base, I use flapper pie to give that generic meringue pie taste, using FA apple pie bends that graham crust into a nice pie crust

Moving onto the curd, the custard from the flapper pie already sets the foundation, adding a touch of FA premium thickens it up, then comes the apple... FLV Apple filling and CAP double apple provide the spiced stewed apple, finally VTA English toffee thickens that curd up further and brings a nice buttery finish.

Lastly it’s all topped off with whipped meringue that WF flapper pie provides so brilliantly.

this is really good off the shake but the apple is too tart and the toffee doesn’t show up until a week into the steep, best after around a week but the longer the better.

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Fairly straight forward tasty recipe, another one in my retro sweets collection :)

WF frog candy is a good base to build on, adding sweet tangerine gives the whole mix another dimension and that taste that comes after the initial taste of fizzy peaches. Tart and sour along with fizzy sherbet gives that fizzy feel and vanilla whipped cream is there to smooth it all over and add a touch of mouthfeel so it doesn’t get too linear after a few pulls.

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User: Nickevz Score: 5 Entered: 3 days ago
Top class custard that could only be made better by dropping the CCI completely or replacing with VT VBCF, I’m a huge fan of putting bakery elements in custards to fill them them out and add a sweet eggy richness and FW yellow cake does that brilliantly... overall this is a really good custard and kudos to the creator, don’t be put off by the name it in no way reflects the taste of the recipe :)
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