This isn't your typical stovetop mango custard out of a box...it's actually your typical mango custard out of a box WITH a dab of whipped cream AND fresh mint on top. There may or may not also be a few slices of fresh mango as well. Sue me.
If you're still with me then its time for a few flavor notes:
Bavarian Cream(FW): One of my favorite creams to add to a custard. Supplies a nice thick mouthfeel without too many additional caramel and vanilla notes.
Custard(INW): If you want just a thick and creamy custard without a heavy dose of vanilla than this is the one you want.
Mango(SC): I can't get enough of this mango lately. It's so juicy and delicious I highly recommend picking it up if you don't already have it. It's basically canned mango nectar in vape form and its the flavor that needed to be in this recipe.
Mango(FLV): SC Mangos best buddy in this recipe. It really brightens up the mango flavor and almost makes one believe that this is a made from scratch mango custard 😉
Vanilla Custard(CAP): This flavoring is entirely optional. I happen to love it in this recipe but it is just as tasty although a bit lighter without it.
Vanilla Whipped Cream(CAP): This is that little dab of whipped cream on top. It's a great flavor but if you would like a viable sub that I believe makes the recipe better, FA Whipped Cream at 1.25% will do just fine. FANA has been screwing around a bit and their whipped cream with all of that tasty diacetyl is no longer widely available to most folks or else it would have been in the recipe instead of CAP VWC...
Natural Mint(INW): An amazing flavoring and the perfect mint leaf garnish for our mango custard. This flavoring is damn strong so even 0.15 would probably do just fine.
Sweetener is optional although it adds to the authenticity in this recipe.
Pretty good as a SnV or let this one steep for a couple of days if you want a bolder mango. Let it sit for a week or two for best overall results and maximum decadence.
I truly love this recipe and I hope some of you folks will too! Enjoy!
In honor of Waynes flavor review and accompanying recipe of LB Blue Raspberry(and also due to finally receiving my own bottle of the same a couple of weeks ago after my supplier had it listed as out of stock for damn near a whole year!) I figured I would share a quick and tasty recipe I've been enjoying the past few days.
I won't go in depth too much with the flavor notes. LB Blue Raspberry is the star of the recipe along with a few complimentary friends.:
INW Raspberry Malina: boosts those top candy raspberry notes to really make LB Blue Raz pop.
FLV Boysenberry: adds another dimension of candy "blue" and is an all around amazing flavor.
SC Green Apple: I have tasted green apple in many a blue raspberry candy/slush/popsicle and for good reason, as apple is a great friend of the raspberry and it really completes that candy blue raz profile and adds a unique flair to the recipe. By the way this flavor should NOT be subbed for other green apples unless you love the taste of acetone...it is awesome and if you don't have it I highly recommend picking it up.
WS-23 because summer
Sugar daddy sweetener because it's the best damn sweetener out there albeit a bit on the weak side so 1% is not that crazy for a candy profile such as this. Of course you can alter to suit your taste.
There you have it, a damn satisfying blue raz that is simple and extremely tasty. Hope you all enjoy!
Mango is my absolute favorite fruit and I love mixing with it and trying to find that perfect mango vape. If you are a fan of mango and looking for a great summertime recipe then give this beauty a mix.
I wanted to try something a bit different from my usual recipes and my new bottle of FLV Black Tea was sitting on the shelf looking lonely so I thought why not?
Id10-t tackled this profile quite a while ago with a simple and pretty tasty mango iced tea recipe, however, I felt it a bit too linear and a touch harsh on the throat. Not to mention FA Black Tea, although not horrible, leaves a lot to be desired.
I decided I wanted the mango part to be more along the lines of a nectar/puree, so I used a combo that I have really been digging lately, FLV Mango at 1% and SC Mango at 2% is low enough to let the other flavors shine through, yet provides a nice full mango nectar. If you don't have SC Mango yet, do yourself a favor and buy it! It is an amazing flavor and my current favorite. Its only downfall is that its susceptible to a bit of fading after a few days so it is best as a SnV. FLV Mango is there to bolster the SC and contribute some of its brighter citrusy top notes.
FLV Black Tea provides a nice sweet and mildly complex tea base and has become one of my new favorite flavors. 1.5% provides a good level of tea flavor to the recipe. Bump up to 2% if you would like the tea to be a bit more apparent.
CAP Hibiscus is another great flavor and it pairs very nicely with the mango, adding a nice twist to this recipe. 1.5% brings the flavor up enough to compliment the mango and black tea while providing a nice syrupy sweetness to the profile.
TFA Strawberry at 1% is mainly here to ensure this recipe is as smooth as silk. Also, strawberry is a wonderful pairing choice for mango and even at a fairly low 1% compliments the mango and hibiscus wonderfully.
I add 1.5-2% WS-23 30% but if that is too much please feel free to take it down to your preferred level.
I have really been digging Ricks Sugar Daddy sweetener since I started using it. In fact, I don't use anything else anymore because this stuff is amazing! It's about the same potency as TFA Sweetener so I don't believe 1% is absurd by any means but feel free to sub your preferred sweetener or remove it completely as the recipe is fairly sweet on its own.
I enjoy this recipe right off the shake but if you let it sit for a day or two, the tea and hibiscus will pop out a bit more as the mango fades slightly.
I really hope that some of you are able to mix this up ☺ It's a perfect vape for summertime cocktails on the patio or just lounging in the sun.
*Important: TPA Cinnamon is 1% of a 10% dilution, so 0.10% TPA Cinnamon**
If you are craving a great Dubble Bubble recipe then give this one a try. This will bring back those childhood memories but with this recipe you wont run out of flavor after 30 seconds.
This recipe mainly comes from a post by HIC on the VU forums, however, the original recipe was not even close to an authentic Dubble Bubble flavor. HIC did quite a bit of research in regards to finding the flavor components that make up Dubble Bubble, so I can not take credit for most of this recipe.
In order for the recipe to taste more accurate, I had to alter the ratios of the 4 main components of DB being: Orange, wintergreen, vanillin, and cinnamon. The original recipe used FA Orange but I felt that SC Orange was a better fit due to it being a bit sweeter and candylike. If you dont have SC Orange then FA orange at 1.25% is a suitable substitute. I also ended up adding a touch of TPA Marshmallow for mouthfeel, and a small amount of LA Bubble Gum to help fill in the gaps between the main flavor components. CAP Super Sweet at 0.5 provides an authentic level of sweetness, however it's entirely optional. Also, you may even want to drop the cinnamon a bit more as it comes off as slightly harsh as an SnV, however I think 0.1% is where it needs to be to supply that accurate level of cinnamon flavor.
This recipe seems to be best when vaped after 3 days up to 2 weeks due to the amount of vanillin which will eventually mute and throw things out of proportion a bit.
As stated before I would wait at least 3 days to vape this recipe in order to let the cinnamon die down a bit. After that, this becomes quite smooth and all of the flavors homogenize nicely.
Hope you enjoy this neat recipe!
I am very happy to be able to share this recipe with all of you. While this is not an original recipe created by me, it is one of my favorites. A big shout out to Beaufort Batches on ELR for allowing me to share this recipe on ATF.
The profile is basically described as kettle corn tossed in a glaze made of strawberry gelatin, marshmallows, yogurt, brown sugar and half and half cream and sprinkled with crushed up crunch berries.
What I get out of this is an experience very true to the profile description. The use of the kettle corn, biscuit, and AP provide a very nice authentic popcorn note, and all of the other flavors combine beautifully to mimic the glaze.
This is one of many excellent recipes created by Beaufort Batches and I highly suggest mixing this one up. It is definitely the best popcorn vape I've tried so far. If you decide to give this one a try please drop by ELR and show BB some love with a rating or comment. Hope you all enjoy this one!
A delicious and rich cheesecake recipe, showcasing the harmony of the proven apricot and almond pairing. Cheesecake, lightly infused with vanilla bean, topped with a sweet apricot/brandy compote, fresh sliced almonds, and drizzled with cream cheese icing.
The end result is a sweet, slightly topping forward cheesecake with a rich and creamy base and a soft and buttery graham crust.
INW Apricot: One of the stars in this recipe. A strong flavoring and quite apparent even at 0.5%. This provides a nice, ripe apricot flavor with some slightly floral top notes that combine beautifully with almond.
SC Apricot: If you love apricots and peaches, this is a must have for your flavor arsenal. A bright and slightly candied apricot with notes of yellow peach. I used this to help bring INW apricot down to a more "cooked" level for the compote.
FA Almond: At 0.75% this was enough to imitate a few sliced almonds on top of the cheesecake.
FA Bourbon Vanilla: This brings a nice rich vanilla to the cheesecake, while lending some of its darker character and warmth to the compote.
FA Brandy: At 0.5% this provides the compote with a bit of warmth and a light dose of brandy flavor.
TPA Brown Sugar: The base of the compote. 0.75% is enough to soften up the apricots and provide a cooked/caramellized nature. Also contributes to the soft graham crust.
LA Cream Cheese Icing: This provides the drizzle of icing on top of the cheesecake and lends a bit of tanginess to help authenticate the cheesecake body.
FW Graham Cracker: Combines with the sugar cookie to create the soft graham crust.
CAP New York Cheesecake: The rich and creamy cheesecake base. I pushed this up to 5% so it could hold up better against the bolder toppings.
CAP Sugar Cookie: This mainly helps to lend a bit of weight to the graham crust and cheesecake body, while also providing some texture and sweetness to the recipe.
CAP Super Sweet: Optional, however I feel that this recipe benefits from a small addition.
So there you have it, a rich and decadent cheesecake that is full of flavor and hard to put down.
Hopefully some if you will love this recipe as much as I do. I feel that this recipe is good enough after a shake but 5-7 days will let everything come together fully. Take care and keep mixing!
Hello to all you wonderful people of ATF. After trying many great recipes over the last few months, I finally feel like it is my turn to give back to this community.
This project has been on and off with many versions and tweaks over the last 5 month's or so, but now I feel it is finally where I want it to be.
Oasis was the first commercial juice I really wanted to clone. It is a blend of Peach, Cantaloupe, and Papaya and is quite good actually, however, I saw some room for improvement.
I am going to say right off the bat that I realize this recipe may look a bit redundant with the multiple flavors per fruit but I can assure you that each and every one serves a purpose.
FLV Cantaloupe: This is an awesome flavoring. Probably the most authentic Cantaloupe I have tried, however, it lacks body and is a bit harsh. At this percentage it lends a tasty ripe cantaloupe without many negatives.
TFA Cantaloupe: This is a sweet candy-like Cantaloupe. It works at 1.5% to lend some of those sweet ripe top notes without too much of the candiness. Also adds a bit of body.
CAP Cantaloupe: This is a nice fairly authentic Cantaloupe although a bit mellower than FLVs. At 2% this works well to flesh out the Cantaloupe and add a bit of body throughout the recipe.
TFA Papaya: The main Papaya component in this recipe. At 2% I find you get a great, slightly artificial flavor, while reducing most of the pepperiness that can come with it.
FA Papaya: This is here mainly to help authenticate the TFA Papaya.
INW Peach: An excellent peach flavor. Brings a fair bit of juiciness to the recipe and is pretty authentic. 1.25% brings a nice ripe peach flavor while minimizing the earthiness that can pop up at higher percentages.
FA White Peach: An excellent flavor and a must have for sure. I use this to add some tartness and brighter top notes to the recipe. It has an almost "green" nature which I believe helps to mimic the rind area of the Papaya and Cantaloupe. 1% works for me, however you could reduce it to 0.75% if it is too earthy for you.
TFA Marshmallow: This is here to boost the sweetness a touch and add a bit more body.
TFA Whipped Cream: I use this to emulsify and smooth out any sharp edges.
So there you have it folks, my first ATF recipe! This recipe reminds me of a fresh and flavor packed fruit smoothie. It is sweet, smooth and very enjoyable to vape imo. I truly hope that at least some of you will enjoy this as much as I do ☺
*Shake and Vape but better after 3-5 days
*Feel free to add some koolada or ws-23 for an ice cold smoothie.