This is a very light and refreshing flavor. Flv Basil is so fresh and delicious, I wanted to put it in something that would let it shine and it works so well with pineapple. HS French Vanilla Ice Cream, or Ice Cream, is a nice buttery ice cream flavor that accents TFA Vanilla Bean ice cream so well. This is mellow enough to be an all day vape if this profile is up your ally. I hope you enjoy.
*For a more exotic touch add .15% FLV Honeybee!
I know after all the hate Brie Cheese has gotten recently it is going to be hard to convince anyone to give this a try, but if you like apple mixes you should at least make a 10 ml of this. The pear and apple are a great combination and the musky brie cheese does wonders to bring out the sweetness of the fruits. Very simple mix, the sweetener is there to round out the harshness of the apple an provide just a touch more sweetness.
This tastes very close to a Fudge Round by Little Debbie. Thank you SubstanceD for the reference food :)
CAP Chocolate Fudge Brownie makes up the majority of the chocolate outside cookies of the fudge round. It is a very potent flavor so .5% is a good amount to use and still have it be the main profile.
Flv Frosting/Fa Meringue/Bavarian Cream/FW Double Dutch Chocolate - these flavors make up the chocolate icing in the middle of the two chocolate cookies.
Flv Cookie Dough/CAP Funnel Cake are used to add a bit of processed flavor. Without them in this mix it seemed too gourmet tasting, it was good but not what I was going for.
FA Meringue/Cap Super Sweet are used to sweeten up the entire mix since these snack cakes are full of sugar.
So I know Brie has caught quite a lot of flack lately but, when used properly it can be quite nice. I mixed this cranberry and brie just to prove to myself, and the world that brie cheese has its place and can add quite a bit to a recipe. The muskiness of the brie really showcases the tartness of the cranberry as well as the sweetness from the raspberry. Vanilla shisha was used just to give it a little more creamy vanilla body.
When life gives you lemons... Fuck the lemonade, you make a lemon tart infused with minted blueberries instead. This delicately balanced mix is so complex yet refreshingly tasty, it will leave you coming back for more time and time again. Everyone knows what a great combination blueberry and lemon is, but the little bit of mint adds a richer layer that adds an original touch. The blueberries deepen the lemon while the mint keeps it light and fresh. This recipe is like a very healthy couple, you have the light and head in the clouds aspect, but you also have the realism and keep you grounded part as well.
FW Blueberry - This blueberry is the perfect flavor for bakeries. It is jammy yet still authentic. It is sweet without being a generic "blue" flavor. I went with FW because the minted blueberries are almost a compote, I wanted them to have a slightly cooked note and Flavor West handles this perfectly.
FA Custard - As the main body of the cream note, custard works perfectly to add some richness to the tart and the citrus note in this flavor helps boost the lemon flavoring of the mix.
HS French Vanilla Ice Cream - I wanted my tart to be smooth and buttery with a slight vanilla note and that is exactly what this flavoring does. It is a very potent flavor and since I didn't want my mix to taste like ice cream, it is used at this percentage to just add to the cream base as a delicious accent.
CAP Lemon Meringue Pie - This is the bulk of the citrus flavor, as well as adds the much needed crust element and a little fluff and sweetness the meringue brings out. I wanted to use this flavoring so I could include all of the nuances a tart such as this brings to the table with as few ingredients as possible.
INW Natural Mint - Mint is, I believe, the key to what makes this mix special. I added just enough to freshen the lemon without overpowering the mix with a mint flavor. This flavoring provides a very organic and natural mint flavor that isn't too candy-ish or chemical tasting.
If you ordered a mint milkshake and someone accidentally added a scoop of banana ice cream to it by mistake you would think you would be pretty pissed right? Wrong! Well at first you might...until you tasted this delicious happy accident. This combination is so delightful it will make you question every flavor you thought didn't go together. This milkshake will most definitely bring all the boys to the yard. Enjoy this unusual treat!
TFA Banana Cream - This flavor makes the perfect banana ice cream to act as an accent or backnote to this mix.You can tell there is banana in your milkshake but it doesn't get in the way of that amazing mint..It is mellow and very creamy and adds to the authenticity of the milkshake.
FA Cream Fresh - I used this flavor to help boost the creams and give the mix a more milky mouth-feel and flavor.
FW Creme de Menthe - This is the perfect mint flavor for this mix. It has a soft nuanced creaminess to the mint that just works so well as a milkshake. The slight vanilla notes further add to the accuracy of this milkshake along with the cooling sensation it provides that pushes this mix over the edge into milkshake land. Creme de Menthe also provides most of the sweetness for this recipe and makes it so darn enjoyable to vape.
CAP French Vanilla - Here we have more vanilla to add to the milkshake, but this flavor does more than just add some vanilla to the mix. It bridges the gap between the starkly different flavors of banana and the mint. So instead of having a scoop of banana ice cream in your mint shake, you have an evenly blended together concoction.
A tasty vape that emulates the delightful Maynard's Swedish Berries. This candy is extremely similar to the American red Swedish Fish with just a slight difference in texture and taste so if you can't find Maynards Swedish Berries, Swedish Fish will be a suitable reference. A search for the flavor of these candies will tell you that although many have guessed raspberry, cherry, fruit punch and even lingonberry, the exact taste is unique to the candy and of course, undisclosed. My palate detects a combination of strawberry and raspberry so that is what I went with to get this delicious taste. I think you will find this to be a very authentic representation of this candy.
TFA Raspberry Sweet - this flavor is sort of the center of this mix. I needed to pick a sweet, candy like raspberry and Raspberry Sweet fit the bill perfectly
TFA Sour - There is just enough of this flavor in the recipe to give the candy a tartness that you find with the real thing and to make the fruit flavors pop. In fact you will see citric acid as an ingredient in the real Swedish Berries.
TFA Strawberry - This strawberry, although not the first ingredient chosen, ended up being a better fit just because of how well it blended all the flavors together. I don't normally use this strawberry as it is not my favorite but it just works so much better in this mix than any others. It is a very sweet strawberry that is almost syrupy in nature, which is exactly what you want when trying to emulate a gummy candy.
TFA Swedish Gummy - I used just enough of this flavor to carry over the perception of not just a candy but a gummy candy. This is what supplies not only the flavor but that unmistakable mouth feel.
TFA Sweetener - As you all probably know, Swedish Fish/Berries are a very sweet, syrupy, cloying candy, and I needed help from this flavor to get the mix to that level.
Nice sweet juicy blend of green and red apples. Some peel notes along with the flesh of the apples.
Soft, sweet, almost baked green apple flavor. Not very tart.
Bright, slightly tart green apple with some sweet peel notes. Moderately sweet with a crisp fresh taste.
Tart, sweet green apple
Very bright, tart sweet green apple, candyish