Used in 3446 recipes at an average of 2.673%.
Damn that’s delicious and I’m not talking just okay I mean wow after 2days! I started with Funfetti OG as my Cake base because it’s fantastic on it’s own but I knew I could do something that would make it fit my flavor profile better! Strawberry cream cake fit perfectly and man o man was I right! The creams are amazing and the strawberries fit the bill. Tested in a gear RTA
Profile: Lemon-Razzberry Iced Cake
This recipe is named for my Zeal I have for mixing. I mix with a lot of passion and want to create recipes that are decadent, thoughtful, and put smiles on the faces of any vaper who is willing to try these recipes I made with my heart and soul. The lemon and raspberry with its tartness balanced with the sweetness leaves a feeling behind that is both refreshing and joyful.
Profile: Cinnamon-Apple Churro Dulche de Leche
Profile: Strawberry/Dragon fruit and cream vape.
Profile: A light, buttery/airy cream puff that lifts you up into the clouds like you're flying on Goku's Nimbus. Amazing Mouthfeel!
Starting percentage for super sweet is .5 although i do recommend .75% for an accurate sweetness level on the cream puff.
Substitute (TFA) Vanilla Swirl for (CAP) VBIC if you're a pepper taster
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Nailed this on the first shot, if you try to balance the percentages you either lose accuracy, saturation or mouth-feel or you cause massive harshness.
VG Percentage 60-70 is ideal.
This ADV is hard to put down once you start vaping.
*DO NOT TINKER WITH PERCENTAGES
Profile: Pineapple upside cake with maraschino cherry.
Inhale: Pineapple/Maraschino then starts to blend with cake flavoring. Exhale: Pineapple/Cake
This is a very creamy and sweet hazelnut flavor with vanilla, coffee and bakery undertones. I think Flavour Art's Up is the star here because it gives a great coffee flavor without overpowering the mix, as coffee flavors can often do. It also adds a little bit of a bakery flavor and the marshmallow kinda mellows the coffee a bit and pushes it behind the hazelnut and vanilla. I've only been mixing for about a month and this is my 1st try at this recipe but I already like it significantly more than the Nuts N Cream by Northland that I was trying to emulate. Hope you guys like it! Also, since I'm pretty new to mixing I'd love any and all advice from the veterans here. Enjoy!