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Ok this is a remix of the the ever popular Philip Rocke Grand reserve now as far as flavor notes everything works magically it's Hazelnut Cream with a splash of arabica coffee. I gave this two weeks to blend and mellow out from what I remember the original was not as tasty it was ok but I loved the profile...thanks for checking it out. *Note I dont have any suggestions for substitutes for the coffee Purilum caramel coffee with Sweet milk contributes to the entire recipe and blends everything to a creamy goodness..
Basically a strawberry unicorn cream on top of cookies. I went in with the usual "unicorn-style" set up (cream, custard, cheesecake, van bean ice cream and strawberry), and I added cookies... INW Biscuit and CAP Sugar Cookie go well together when you're looking for a good cookie mix. I added a little vanilla shisha (little goes a long way), because it's very tasty and it helps pop the VB Ice Cream and the Bavarian Cream. You can use other Sweet Strawberry's, like TPA Sweet SB or MB Sweet SB instead of Cap's. They all will give it their own twist, but very similar to using Cap's Sweet SB. I love MB's Legendary Custard. I actually prefer it over FA Premium Custard. This vape is really good, one of my favorites in constant rotation now. Steep AT LEAST 3 WEEKS! (Best around 4-5).
Super delicious Strawberry Cheesecake! At least 1 week steep time needed. The Strawberry can also be subbed for other fruits of your liking like Blueberry to make other delicious Cheesecakes. I had an amazing Blubry version using 9% TFA Blueberry Candy and 3% FW Blueberry but TFA completely changed their Blueberry Candy concentrate and it now splits and has a chalky taste in any recipes it's used in making it useless which sucks, not sure why they ruined it. I have Sugar Daddy listed as the sweetener which is fine used alone but I actually use my own sweetener mixture which is made up of 12oz's Regular Sugar Daddy, 2oz's CAP Super Sweet, & 2oz's TFA Sweetener shaken together in a 16oz bottle... I use that as the sweetener in all of my mixtures... Thanks, CloudyMotherChucker