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Looking for a recipe to use some blueberry's as I steer away from the deserts on this one.
Wanted to go a route where this recipe used simple ingredients.
This recipe has a solid top note of (CAP) Blueberry that you taste almost until the end. The mid notes of pitaya adds that tropical taste to the overall vape. Finally the (FA) Lemon Sicily to add a little sweet and sour lemony taste on the exhale.
Pretty new to crafting my own recipes from scratch so let me know what you think!
Blueberry Jam with butter element.
3% VT Croissant to add a "bready butter" taste/texture to the juice was tried by @NordicFlavours. He said it really adds that bready/toast texture to the mix.
Blueberry Extra TPA, Bilberry FA, Blueberry FW
These three together are a solid solid blueberry flavor. The holy trinity made by @EdibleMalfunction Incredible in about any blueberry recipe.
Blueberry Jam CAP
This gives the juice that incredible "jam texture" while adding a touch more sweetness and blueberry to the party.
Golden Butter CAP
Brings some savory buttery goodness to the mix. This also almost tricks your tongue into tasting the toast element.
Super Sweet CAP
uh, it makes it taste like a commercial eliquid. enough said.
This has been an adv for me for a few months now I just can’t get enough of it. Here is my breakdown of what I used and why.
Inw Biscuit: I really love the baked to golden perfect tone biscuit brings. It really helps sell my cookie , and fill in well with FA Cookie.
FA Cookie: Cookie is the other half of my cookie. I love the baked texture and flavor it adds. It really is a nicely done cookie.
TPA Peanut Butter: of course this would be in a pbj mix it’s the king if peanut butter. It isn’t super dry , and really does have a nice authentic taste. Never tastes greasy to me either.
Flv Peanut Butter: this is a added layer to tpa pb. This brings in that slight earthy note I tend to pick up from pb. It really sells it and steeps very well.
TPA Grape candy/ TPA grape juice/ INW grapes : I layered these grapes quiet a few times using them. They gave me a really bright and candied grape. I was close to hitting what I wanted, but none of them sold me on jam.
Cap Blueberry jam: that’s where the bb jam came in. I used it at such a tiny % that it didn’t add any blueberry notes, but it did step up my jam game. It played off the grapes so nice, and gave me such a nice jammy note.
Lastly I added some super sweet. I used 30 drops. I tried this mix without it, and it just needs the sweetener to bring it all together. Jam is sweet that’s why it’s so good.
I’m always working on my recipes, and trying to improve if you try this please drop a review and let me know what you think.