(CAP) Vanilla Whipped Cream


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This is not a SNV. This mix needs 5 days at a minimum. I know many will look at this and say WTF, 5% Cap vanilla whipped cream. Yes, once the weird off notes leave, it's delicious. I once heard Fresh03 say he vapes it at 8% with a 2 week steep it was really good. I tested it and he wasn't wrong. Shape up pear is one of my favorites. This is a variation of my ADV. If you like pear I think you will enjoy.

This is my first entry for the Mixin Vixens show! I've been a long time viewer of the show and I watch from work every week. I work at a vape shop in Philadelphia and usually have customers come by to hang out and watch the show with me. Thank you for looking at my recipe and I hope everybody watching is having a nice sunday!

This started out as trying to make a clone or something similar to SMAX's Pony on Acid. I think that after a snv it's decent and gives me a lot of close or similar flavors and mouth feel but it isn't complete.

This recipe has a a lot of pineapple in the beginning and then turns into strawberries and raspberries in a red syrup like glaze and then has a fresh whipped cream flavor.

This is also my first time sitting down and working from another recipe as a headstart or as hints. I do ask that if you make the liquid, please leave a review regardless of if you enjoyed it or not and anything you would change. Im Hoping the feedback can help give me ideas as to what I'm missing and perfect the recipe.

I hope that you enjoy this recipe and lets keep vaping.

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Ever had that craving for something sweet and fluffy? Here's a nice Blueberry muffin with some vanilla whipped cream on the side. On the inhale you get a nice dark and sweet blueberry muffin filled with some jam and on the exhale you can feel that fluffy vanilla whipped cream linger around your palate.

This recipe tastes great as SNV, but I strongly recommend you give it 5 days of steep to really get it going!

I would also want to give a shout out to @Sanctum and @Kittybit that helped me out with developing this mix, many thanks to both of you.

A smooth Strawberry, Blueberry, Kiwi cream. Sweeten to taste as per ususal.

Banana, toffee, peanut butter, custard, with a hint of brown sugar. Sweeten to taste. 7 day recommended steep for the creams and peanut butter to come around.

Strawberry Raspberry Smoothie

Spent a good amount of time getting combos of strawberry and raspberry flavors that were sweet yet full bodied. The milky undertone really bonds the two together and smooths out a rather harsh fruit mix. The whipped cream adds some sweetness, without being overpowering like sweetener additives tend to be, while also adding to the cream effect. As it sits it makes for a very smooth and creamy ADV. No adverse SNV off-flavors, but it does blend together better after a few days.

I experimented with some WS-23 and it just didn't sit into the mix well, kinda just floated on top (taste wise) adding coolness but also muting everything else. Maybe some TFA Sour or FA Sour Wizard could combat this? YMMV

STRAWBERRY MILKSHAKE!!!
Yes.......I know.......

(I can't help it! I LOOOOOOOOVVVE FRICKIN STRAWBERRY MILKSHAKE VAPES!)

Bright and Fruity Light rainbow ice cream for this week's Mixin Vixen's Show. Used Jf Blueberry for a nice basey blueberry to balance the brightness of InW Lemons Kick.
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This recipe is designed to be adapted. Feel free to go crazy and add whatever you want to it.

CAP NY Cheesecake is a good cheesecake. It’s more cheese than graham crust. It gets used up around 3% pretty frequently which is too high imo. It gets a weird offensive off note so I don’t usually go higher than 1%.

TFA Graham Cracker (clear) pairs really well with the NY Cheesecake which is somewhat lacking in the crust department. It’s a medium dark, crunchy graham note that’s just slightly sweet.

CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream is just a light, fluffy cream with a slight vanilla note. Does well here to fill out the cheesecake and gives the mix a little creamy vanilla.

I always use CAP Super Sweet a .5% in cheesecakes because I think the citric acid is something that they need but sweetener is optional as always.

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