This is a Swedish style Cinnamon Apple Cake, which is usually made with yellow cake and served with vanilla custard.
Don't think the flavors needs much explaining, but I'll do it briefly.
FA Fuji crisp, jucy and very realistic apple flavor, at 2% is just the right amount to get that feel of small chopped apple pieces in the cake.
CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl and JF Yellow Cake serves as the cake base, with CDS bringing the cinnamon spice that we all know and love pairs beautifully with apple.
DFS Holy Vanilla is a an amazing rich, creamy and eggy vanilla flavor that emulates the traditional vanilla custard and blends perfect together with the whole mix.
Best give it a few days of steep to let the yellow cake work it's magic, so you get that great fluffy cake texture.
To get the real "fika" experience, this is best vaped together with a cup of coffee.
Simple 1-2-3 boysenberry yogurt. In my opinion this is spot on "Yoplait", those small dessert style vanilla yogurts.
What really makes it here is the combo of FW Yogurt and DFS Holy Vanilla, as it brings that creamy vanilla yogurt flavor and mouthfeel. Added a relatively high dose of FLV Boysenberry for that very sweet, jammy and delicious berry flavor on top of that.
Ever since I started vaping I've been fascinated by TFA Pistachio, the smell is just amazing, but I have never been able to find a recipie with a satisfying strong pistachio flavor. I have done countless bad attempts trying to nail down the Pistachio/RY4 combo (made famous by Charlie Noble), but almost all of them have ended up in the sink.
I did however have an epiphany when the legendary @shyndo released his recipie for his "Karl Custard" oneshot, where he not only uses TFA Pistachio at 8%, but also wrote an incdedibly helpful note on how to tackle the sharpness that such a high percentage of that flavour brings.
As I did not possess the flavors he is using, I started making my own version with 8% TFA Pistachio as a starting point, and with his notes as help. I also got some very encouraging words from him on the DYI_eJuice discord: "dont be afraid to push shit just because some pretentious bastard tells you he gets "off notes"".
So here I am. PUSHING!
TFA Pistachio: I set out to copy Shyndo by using this at 8%, to really bring that powerful yet creamy pistachio note.
TFA RY4 Double: At 4% it is just enough to force mute the heavy pistachio note to a perfect level, while bringing that lovely caramel tobacco note to the mix.
DFS Holy Vanilla: Creamy eggy wonderful vanilla. At 2% this also helps take the edge off the pistachio, but mainly blends it together to a lovely vanilla pistachio cream that you just want to eat out of a spoon.
FLV Milk & Honey: I would say this is optional, but I think it brings a complexity to the whole mix with that dark sweetness that works very well with the pistachio and tobacco notes.
Again I just have to thank @shyndo, who not only came up with this amazing recipie (Karl Custard), but also went out of his way to answer my questions and gave me invaluable advice on how to develop recipies. So please make sure to check out his Karl Kustard
A fresh citrus raspberry soda for y'alls!
FLV Citrus Soda & CAP Lemon Lime acts as the soda base. I'm not sure if I'm imagining but I feel that the citrus/sprite taste gives you somewhat of a fizzy feeling. It's also just enough % so that it gives a good contrasting flavor to the berries, without overtaking them.
INW Raspberry: At 0.75% this flavor is amazing, just enough to get that bold sweet raspberry flavor, without becoming floral.
FLV Boysenberry: Just a touch of this fantastic flavor is enough to give the raspberry more body and a sweet syrup-y taste that you expect a soda to have.
TFA Dragonfruit: This works as the emulsifier, bledning all these flavors together to a unified soda.
INW Cactus adds some wetness and complexity to the whole mix, it also helps tone down the bright citrus notes a bit. The first days you might feel a slight taste of it (not bad imo), but it will be much less over time.
WS-23 is optional, but I like my sodas COLD! Personally I use this at 1%, but I put a lower percentage so that it doesn't catch anyone by surprise, as it can be quite overwhelming if you are not used to it.
Octarine, also known as the Colour of Magic or the King Colour. It is visible only to wizards and cats. It is generally described as a sort of greenish purple yellow colour. The only time non-wizards can see it is when they close their eyes; the bursts of color are octarine.
This recipie was inspired by @foment_life, who wisely said "I do love the idea of just toying around with a bunch of things that are just individually tasty and seeing what shakes out in the end."
Well, this is the result of that.