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Glazed Strawberries i get a nearly sticky mouthfeel like the topping of a real SBCC and paired with Shisha Straeberry it really dives forward and give a sweet strawberry top note.
Stuck with TPA Cheesecake GC as i enjoy the lightness and creaminess it brings but this has been lifted using by Caps Sweet cream which has a light sourness to it aswel as Cream Cheese and a little yogurt. Cookie FA is the base of which this all sits on as the creams round it off a little
My simple take on a boysenberry cream pie. This is made for the Developed Pie Challenge
I start by using possibly one of the best boysenberries out there,
FLV Boysenberry, next I use JF Boysenberry to add a slight bit of stickyness to the pie filling.
FA Apple Pie is used on the lower end here as it provides a good pie crust base while CAP SC softens up the crust to give it a delicate mouthfeel.
Now onto the creams! CAP Sweet Cream is just fantastic all around and helps provide the sweet almost whipped like cream base to a pie. I added a little FA Fresh Cream here to help boost the cream profile and also thicken the cream base.
CAP SS is optional but I think it really helps provide a more authentic pie. I use it at 0.25% here as I don't want to mute out the flavors and oversweeten it, just enough to provide the every so sticky sweet taste a gooey pie has
SUBS: If you want a slightly more baked crust, replace CAP Sugar Cookie with FW Pie Crust at 0.75%
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
5/12/2020 edit: I added FLV Rich Cinnamon 1 drop per 30mls and this recipe just got a whole lot better
FW Palines n Cream is has always been a flavor I really enjoy vaping. This recipe is tasty AF to me. A lilttle bit of texture from the Cereal 27 and bit of that ripe cheese from TPA CGC lends itself nice. FLV Cream for body and the rest add to milk things up even more and the end resulst reminds me of when the ice cream has melted and the spoon is no longer effective, and no one is watching..... So you decide to tip the bowl and drink it straight from the source. I enjoy this best after 5 days, but it's good to go and easily vaped after the shake.
The correct amount of FLV Rich Cinnamon should be 1 drop per 30mls
Pink Guava... milk? Yes. The assignment was to take one of two colors - pink or blue - and add them to milk.
Love that Pink Guava, especially that bit of tropical funk on it. Pink plus stank = Pank. With some Hibiscus - which also tastes pink to me - to bridge the wide gap between grapefruity pank and thick moo juice. None of the usual recipe development here. The first version tasted exactly the way I wanted it to and I couldn't think of a way to improvement. Maybe you can?
Warning! This is a sweet recipe...I repeat,...a sweet recipe. So if you don't like it sweet, this might not be for you.
It's getting close to Easter and I wanted to release something for the occasion. Everyone knows how much I love chocolate vapes, and this is another holiday delight I love to indulge in every year.
I know the recipe is stacked with many different chocolates and normally I would see this recipe and think it was too many of each. However, each chocolate brings something different to the mix.
Chocolates are hard, and to build a great chocolate, you need to use 2 or more. The combination of VT Dark Chocolate, CAP Double Chocolate V2, and FLV Mocha has become one of my go to chocolate bases. The combo is deep, and a bit sticky. CAP Double Chocolate V2 does however have a "nutty" note that's not always wanted in a mix. So, the VT Dark Chocolate and FLV Mocha pushes it into a more of a dark chocolate and covers that nutty note. (Don't let the FLV Mocha fool you. It's not much of a mocha, it's a chocolate.) But in doing so, I also needed to brighten it up a bit. That's where the FA Custard Premium comes in. It adds a creamy brightness to the chocolates, making it more of a milk chocolate and helps to "thicken" the chocolates.
Now the cream. The CAP Sweet Cream is the base for the inside of the chocolate egg. The yellow yoke of the cream egg was a bit tricky. The yellow part isn't really much of a different flavor than the white cream, it just has food coloring and it's a bit thinner in the real thing. But I wanted to try and differentiate the yoke from the CAP Sweet Cream and give it a bit of an eggy note. This was accomplished with FA Custard Premium. It has a slight eggy feel to it but not "greasy" like a CAP Vanilla Custard. So this flavoring helps both the chocolate and the cream layer, killing 2 birds with one stone.
I added 0.75% CAP Super Sweet because these things are SWEET! But if you want you can lower the sweetener to your liking.
Is this a perfect mix? No, but for those wanting to indulge in Crème Eggs without the calories....I think it's a good alternative.
This is not a shake and vape, you need to let this steep for 5 days.
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