Used in 1992 recipes at an average of 1.971%.
Inspired by the description of a commercial juice.
A tasty blend of Skittles candy and silky cream
Tested on a profile 1.5 @ 0.13ohms at approx 100w
MB Skitta at 5% is good enough to stand out as the only Skittles type flavouring needed, pretty authentic on it's own, WF Cotton Candy Jelly Bean @2% just gives the extra sweetness, mouthfeel and candy coating needed to recreate the iconic candies.
Bavarian cream from FW used here at 3.25% to give a delocious lightly stiff cream and to give some light caramel like notes in the bacground, clotted cream fudge from CCW at 1.75% thickens the overall mouthfeel up whilst further enhancing the 'chewiness' of the candies.
Finally TFA VC 2 used to give a thick almost pudding like mouthfeel to the cream layer and to pop up some of the vanillas.
Delicious coconut cookies, crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside but filled with sweet creamy coconut flavor and a nice play of textures.
FLV Sweet Coconut is creamy coconut. Adds to the sweetness of the cookie.
FA Coco to support FLV Sweet Coconut. These two are always together when I mix anything coconut. I will probably do a v.4 with VT Dessicated Coconut.
FW Bavarian Cream is a light buttery and sweet cream used to carry the coconut part.
FA Meringue is thick and adds more sweetness, here to support FW Bavarian Cream.
WF Cookie Butter is sweet and supports both the buttery notes in FW Bavarian Cream and CAP Sugar Cookie and give it some chewyness.
FA Cookie for a crunchy cookie outside.
CAP Sugar Cookie for the bulk of the cookie here, buttery sweetness, and chewy inside.
The is a Bread Pudding recipe that is very very similar to an old favorite of mine called Southern Bread Pudding by Turncoat Industries.
If you re longing for a blast from the past whip it up and try it. It is good off the shake but at around day 3 or 4 the flavors settle in and it is magical. I hope you enjoy it.
Substitutions: we all know the old adage, if you change ingredients its not the same recipe. here we are trying to attain a flavor we once knew and loved. iIf you dont have something, then by all means, get creative. My advice is to get these flavors and step lightly when subbing.....
UPDATE: I mixed this on a friday evening about 8PM, it is now the following Tuesday evening at 7PM. Vaping this now I get alot of the notes I remember and love from the Turncoat Industries' -- SBP ...(Southern Bread Pudding). So Officially the steep time is 4 days. I know that as the time goes on this gets richer and richer as well. I hope you mix and find this an enjoyable throwback southern bread pudding as much as I do.... Cheers Gordo
Supposed to be a creamy butter pecan. Here goes, let's see.
Link to original recipe: https://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/99179?
FLV Boysenberry is a dark, slightly acidic, syrupy berry. It doesn't have many off notes and its easy to pick it out in a mix. It makes a really nice fruit topping/compote for this cheesecake recipe.
INW Yes, We Cheesecake has a really good balance of both the graham crust and cheesecake notes. It's the most accurate cheesecake flavor available. It makes a really nice base for any cheesecake recipe. It needs a moderate amount of steeping for the flavor to develop.
TPA Cheesecake Graham Crust doesn't have much cheesecake but it a really nice buttery graham crust. I like ALOT of graham in my cheesecake so feel free to drop this down to 0-2% if you're not in to that.
FW Bavarian Cream is rich and buttery smooth. For me the dairy note is perfect for a cheesecake. It also has a really pleasant light vanilla note that i just love.
FW Sweetener is perfect for cheesecakes imo as you get alot of the sweetness from the exhale. 1% is fairly sweet so feel free to adjust to taste.