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6/17/18 - Mixin Vixens Show - Our inspiration was a milkshake with what looked like toasted shaved coconut and toasted thinly sliced toasted almond. I went for a butter pecan milkshake with a strong vanilla base, sprinkled with a topping of a caramel note that is brought in with the toasted marshmallow and butter pecan flavors, and a drizzle of chocolate that comes in at the end of the exhale and lingers a bit much like chocolate syrup does.
Profile: Nutbar covered with chocolate and salted caramel.
TPA Bavarian Cream - A must for the arsenal of flavors of all mixers. In this recipe adds some creaminess and binds with the nuts so they do not get so dry.
FA Hazel Grove (hazelnut) - Pure hazelnut and super concentrated. Add realism to the Hazelnut itself.
FW Hazelnut - A very versatile hazelnut that can be applied to various profiles. Upping the percentage brings notes of chocolate.
FLV Pistachio - A pistachio balanced both in body and texture. The skin is present in this flavor such as TPA Pistachio. Incredibly strong and real.
CAP Toasted Almond - Generic almond like the ones we buy at supermarkets. Not much toast but a noticeable note.
TPA Whipped Cream - Recipe emulsifier. Creates a bond between the nuts and the caramel.
FW Salted Caramel - Caramel that is not salty as the name says but simulates the characteristic flavor of salty caramel. That note of caramel that as it took salt has a distinct aroma, different than just caramel made of sugar.
FLV Chocolate Deutsch - Creamy and melted chocolate from the cakes. It is the best possible description for this flavor. Super concentrated too. 1 DROP IS ENOUGH! Together with FW Hazelnut, it brings notes of melted chocolate to the profile.
Steep: Between 5 to 7 days for the chocolate to calm down and the caramel to be wrapped with the nuts.
I know this is a busy recipe and trust me I tried to simplify it but I just did not get my intended result with less ingredients.
To me the picture represents a healthy version of a rice crispy treat. To make the HoneyO's part I chose a combination of TFA honey circles because it has an delicate honey and Cheerio note, and accented the wheat notes with some FA Breakfast cereal. The picture has what looks like nuts cranberries and some other berry. For theruit note I used a combination of FLV cranberry and FLV boysenberry and pushed the red berry note with a little FA Raspberry. Cap toasted almond and Kinako Soy for the nut in lieu of peanuts because i find that peanut butter extracts can easily overpower and add a cream note that I was trying to avoid. Please note that it is important to use Cap Toasted almond because TFA version would be a bit too dry for this and a little more bitter. I used marzipan as an accent to the almond and as a sweetening agent for the cereal. Vanilla swirl and meringue stand in as the marshmallow and honey for two reason. First off Honey to me has a terrible outer vapor odor that I do not enjoy and would be hard to balance in a short amount of time without a long steep and because in an actual cereal treat you wouldn’t actually taste the marshmallow but rather it’s used to keep the cereal together with its sugary goodness. FLV Sweet dough provides some brown sugar, caramel and gooey notes in the recipe, and acts as a binder between the cereal and the creams.
Sweetener Recommendation: Brown Sugar instead of any other sweetener because it simply works in this. But If you have an extreme sweet tooth throw in some FW sweetener 1% lol
I was after that OG ice cream truck ice cream bar - with the almond cake shell and vanilla ice cream. I used WF frozen yogurt and FLV cream to achieve that ., WF almond cookie and toasted almond were perfect for the outer almond cake shell . I love FLV coconut so I added it here but it is not needed if you are not a coconut fan. The vanilla whipped cream was just for more volume and vanilla accent for this mix.
mixed up for mixing in the kitchen episode on yogurt https://youtu.be/JS7fE5ONxx8
If you like Jabane by Ohmboyz Drip City check this one out.
Jabane's description on their website
Burnished honey pistachio nougatine and almond meringue.
This unique Ancient treat of the God's will make you walk like an Egyptian.
Well that's exactly what this mix is.
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Super sweet is optional.
I'm mixing for a few years now. Most of my mixes are based on premium juice profiles.
My recipes are remixes and not clones. In my attempts to remix these juices I'm always trying to make
it as good as, or even better than the commercial juice without the loads of sweetener these companies throw in.
Give it a try and enjoy ....................................
This semi sweet slightly a medium body lightly spiced tobacco blended dry raw almond notes wrapped in a nice leathery tobacco leaf. The coconut, kinako soy and vanilla add a nice creamy smooth note to the mix that rounds everything out and keeps it from being overly dry.
Optional additive: To make this mix slightly ashy you can add a tiny amount of FA black fire but careful with Black Fire because it can easily overwhelm a recipe. 1 drop per 15ML is enough for my taste. I use blackfire in recipes the same way I use sweetener it’s an additive.
Optional Additives: To reduce the sweetness in this recipe you can use 0.5% bitter wizard
A luscious apricot baked custard kissed with toasted almonds. The recipe is based on a classic French apricot tart, Tarte Aux Abricots, but without the pastry base.
I have stuck to my tried and trusted brulee combo of Inw Creme Brulee and Inw Custard. At these %'s, this just works beautifully to create a stunning thick and luscious custard base.
FA Armenia Apricot and INW Apricots does a fantastic job in creating a full, ripe apricot with a perfect balance of tart and sweet. FA Apricot at 1% is more than enough to bring this alive with the INW boosting it just so. I find that INW Apricots gets a little floral over 1%, so I kept it quite low and just enough to linger in the background.
FA Tanger adds that little tartness and intrigue to break the monotony of the Apricot.
Cap Toasted Almond and TPA Brown Sugar was the obvious choice to top off this brulee and marries perfectly with the apricot to create a sophisticated, yet familiar taste sensation.
Let this sit for at least a week for the strong Apricot flavours to meld with the custard. Do not rush this baby...
Just a delicious Fall recipe fo yo ass... Autumn/Winter is my all time favorite time of year. It's the time to start putting away all the fruity, light flavors and once again start breaking out the heavy custards, creams and bakeries (my specialty). So, to start it off I decided to share this little number. A tasty almond custard RY4. Very simple recipe and a pretty basic profile. Nonetheless, it's freakin' scrumptious and perfect for that Fall vaping. Throw a hoodie on and walk the leaf invested streets. Give this baby some time, the custard needs it as does the tobacco. 10 days and you're golden Pony Boy..
FLV Milk & Honey and CAP Graham Cracker really bump up the almond custard flavor here. The graham even brings a bit of cinnamon without even having cinnamon, I love it. But anyways, give it a shot, I promise you won't be disappointed.