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This is my take on a deep and rich custard-like French Vanilla Ice Cream. I started off with CAP French Vanilla. It is smooth and buttery with hints of custard. TPA French Vanilla Creme is the custard part of this recipe. It's very thick and blends perfectly with CAP French Vanilla. OF course I had to pair these flavors with HS French Vanilla Ice Cream. It's got everything. It's Creamy and rich, buttery and sweet. It's very well-balanced. The star of the show that blends everything together is CAP NY Cheesecake. What can I say about it other than it thickens the whole recipe. It's so creamy and delicious. It totally enhances all the other flavors.
If you enjoy French Vanilla you'll love this!
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I never found an RY4 that really hits the mark for me. There’s always something lacking, something off. None of them had an accurate and prominent tobacco note.
So, I set out to make my very own RY4. The result is perfect - for me.
Hope you’ll like it too :)
There are days when you want to get lost in white fluffy clouds and forget that the rest of the world exists. This recipe is my version of getting away from it all. Delicious vanilla clouds, sweet, rich and waiting for you to indulge in a little hidden paradise. These flavors may seem high in percentage, but they work extremely well. Take a jump into a cloud and enjoy the sensation of your mouth being filled with heaven. The hype is real, try it for yourself.
This recipe was featured on DEVELOPED LIVE: Blind Remix Ep.2. Full recipe notes at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6lbDGKduU8 . Our goal was to improve upon the original and try to come as close as we could. We let this steep for about a week to determine if it was ready to be released and we think that it is. After revisiting the original and also hearing from the viewers, we determined that there was a possible banana note in the original. So, we made another version utilizing this recipe but adding TPA Banana Cream at 1%. So if that's what you taste in the original, by all means add that flavoring.
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This recipe took me about 2 months until I got it where I wanted it to be. Here in Switzerland there's a product called "Energy milk, strawberry" which is a strawberry flavored milk drink. I'd say it gets pretty close to that flavor, the upper notes are a wee bit more sharp and therefore more strawberry like due to FA red touch.
I tried the recipe using different bavarian creams but none did the job quite like CAP sweet cream.
The CAP French Vanilla has been added to boost the CAP VBIC, maybe you can upgrade to a full percent.
Can be vaped as a SNV, the strawberry will be very dominant. Let it steep to get the full flavor range.
V. 0.5: Removed 1% CAP Sweet Cream and added 1% CAP Ripe strawberries
Super simple, but yet delicious banana doughnut sprinkled with buttery pecan pieces.
Glazed Doughnut is the base of this recipe. As a Shake'n'Vape you won't notice much of it as it takes some time to settle in the mix.
Banana Cream is a strong, candy like flavor. At first I had it at 3% which was way too much.
Butter Pecan fits in between the banana and the doughnut, adding some nutty flavors.
French Vanilla is also an addition I added later on, it rounds up the whole mixture, without it something felt missing.
Can be used as a SNV, good after 3 days, best at 7.
Very simple cereal mix, made for myself never intending to release but I follow a rule (I always make a 60ml to test, if I vape the whole lot and make more then I release it)
The lemon is strong, but you get some orange and a touch of lime, after it’s steeped it becomes a bit more balanced, still predominant old-school premium cereal juice vibe which I know some of you like. Fruit circles at 10% might seem a lot but it works (especially if you’re a fan of the concentrate to begin with) FA milk because it’s the best, French vanilla to give the milk a little panache and finally a bit of crispy wafer to boost the cereal note.
Sweetener totally subjective but does help the overall profile.
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