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Strawberry Cream Cookie Revised -
As a single flavour VTA Strawberry Custard is really good and i was pleasantly surprissed, wanted to use it in a recipe and decided to remix this profile.
Using Sugar cookie as the main base for the cookie with jf biscuit to lift some buttery notes and added nuts for authenticity. Meringue ups the sweetness and gives that powdered sugar type effect. The custard and butter cream make the filling, its thick with vanilla and butter notes and a very pink strawberry. The strawberry custard does need a good steep however to really shine.
This Is A Strawberry CheeseCake With Graham cracker Swirls thru out the delicious stack of creamy delightful Cheesy cheese cake . Try not to f*cking eat it ... This is still vape liquid even though it may taste real ... It’s not ! lol , Please enjoy this one ... best results or after a two month steep but is still very good at two weeks😝
Profile: Caramel infused taffy with a kick of peppermint
Been screwing and chewing around with FLV Peppermint thanks to @Zany, despite the fact that yours truly hates everything cool.
But I was drawn to the peppermint flavor much more rather than just having a cool element in my mix.
I do love a good caramel and peppermint candy however, so I set sails to make it into a vape that I could enjoy all year around.
Lets break it down!
The Taffy Chew:
To create the texture I decided to go with FW Salt Water Taffy as the main note. This adds both a little sweetness and a little texture to the mix.
I wanted to enhance the texture, making it more thick (as if it would be sticking to your teeth), so for a more waxy and sticky texture note I my choice fell on CAP Butter Cream to complete the waxy and stickiness.
For a little bit of mouthfeel, just so it didn't feel like that I would be chewing a flavored candle light, I threw in some TFA Vanilla Swirl. It makes it chewy, but round and nice in texture and adds a hint of sweetness and creaminess without actual cream.
The Caramel Mint:
I have always found the mixture of FW Caramel (salted) and FA Butterscotch to be a perfect caramel taste for me. It brings the best of both worlds, so it was an easy choice for me combine those two.
Concerning percentages of the two, they are just about enough to not be disgusting, but gives a nice round warm mouthfeel on the inhale, that really coveres your tongue in caramel goodiness.
On the exhale, you'll get a good serious kick of the FLV Peppermint in both terms of cooling and the nice sharp peppermint taste, while the caramel still lingers and dances around. I experimented with FLV Peppermint around 0.5% which i found to be way too much and it just took over. I find 0.25% to be just perfect, to still keep some sharpness without it feels like you're vaping razorblades.
FA Meringue is being used in this case to create a shade of candy and doesn't really do much other than exactly that.
To complete the candy, but not stated in the recipe above due to the preference of people, I added in about 0.25% CAP Super Sweet. I find that it adds the sugarlips that I myself like from candy, but the recipe works fine without it really. It all comes down to whether or not you as mixer tend to use it.
Concerning a steep, this really needs the advised 3 days of steep. Off the shake the FLV Peppermint is a tad too harsh and the caramels haven't developed yet at all, so please follow my advise and let it sit for 3 days.
Vanilla, Custard, Dairy, Bourbon, Brown Sugar, tasty.
Made on Live Mixing
Ok, i have secretly worked on this for a while, it may not be acceptable to some but it tastes like the juice I get at my local vape store and that is their most popular juice, they sell s**t loads of em
FA tahity lime cold pressed: probably my favourite lime, in small amounts it's perfect IN MY OPINION, and I'm pretty sure it's in that juice I spoke about ^
INW biscuit: I know it has changed, used to be my favourite bakery, but still goes well IN MY OPINION in this mix
CAP yellow cake: nice and sweet, fluffy in a way, almost an anise aroma to it, works in this recipe
CAP Butter cream: just wanted it to be a bit buttery and this has worked in my favour
INW yes, we cheesecake: just a good cheesecake for the base, it's my favourite.
FW sweetener (sucralose) : OK I get it, I should have got CAP super sweet, but my local DIY store didn't have it.
At the end of all this you get a nice sweet, buttery, custardy cheesecake with a fluffy centre and a touch of lime, it's probably my favourite mix. But the idea of it is supposed to be light, not heavy. That's my spin on key lime pie
I wanted to make a apple turnover recipe but was lacking an ingredient for the batter, so I used a small percentage of CAPs glazed doughnut and combined it with some Acetyl Pyrazine. Worked out great, the apple is quite subtile in the flavor but there and the cinnamon is just the right amount for my likings.