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This was initially going to be my entry for the first Awesome Box contest, and then I forgot to finish working on it. Typical.
Breakfast of Champions is the product of a few weeks of fucking about with percentages, adding and subtracting flavours, and pulling my goddamn hair out trying to get the profile down the way I wanted it. Hence me not posting it until now. And the funny thing is, this recipe just needed a steep to really get where it needed to be. So the profile here is supposed to be an ADV friendly waffle that is drizzled in some strawberry syrup with fresh sliced strawberries on top. The intention of "ADV friendly" is just that it's balanced and not something that's going to assault your tastebuds and pummel them into olfactory oblivion. I think the steep time makes this a reality. Upon a shake and vape, everything is much more separated, the waffle flavour is more maple-y and in your face, the strawberries are a little harsh and overpowering, but it IS still tasty straight away.
But after a week, it starts to blend together nicely. After two weeks, the strawberries mellow out and hit you on the back end, while the waffle flavours and cream notes stay up front. So two weeks is when Breakfast of Champions hits the stride, and I'd recommend mixing this one up and throwing it in the steep drawer til then.
This is a Butterscotch Ice Cream Sandwich. The FW Butterscotch Ripple paired with FW Bavarian Cream, FA Cream Fresh and Vienna Cream puts the ice cream flavor right where it needs to be. This sandwiched between the combo of JF Biscuit and FW Hazelnut brings the cookie. The flavor on a shake and vape is vanilla ice cream. After the 7 day steep the prfoile comes together the butterscotch ice cream and cookie sandwich shines.
This is my take on a snickerdoodle Doughnut. I found the recipe online and after making the doughnuts for my family and myself, I really wanted to transfer that taste into a vape.
I used FA Zeppola, FW Cake Batter Dip and FW Bavarian Cream as my doughnut base.
For the snickerdoodle I used CAP Sugar Cookie and CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl.
I used the TPA Carmel in this recipe to blend the two together.
The cinnamon danish swirl can be adjusted depending on your preferences. I found that using it at 1.5 was a good balance and did not make it overpowering.
The sucralose is optional in this mix and can be left out if preferred.
This is a unique recipe that brings a nice tarty cookie flavor together with the perefect amount of sweetness and body.
Forrest Mix brings in this nice tarty flavor with not a lot of sweetness but a great flavor.
JF sweet Strawberry brings out the sweetness in the fruits to give really blend them together.
Cap Sugar Cookie to me is a must and gives off that great cookie flavor that you can only get from this flavor.
FW Bavarian cream helps to add body and is great in a cookie and really helps this pastry.
FA Vienna cream brings in a nice sweet vanilla flavor accenting off the Sugar Cookie to add sweetness as well as that vanilla needed to make a
FA Cream Fresh add to this recipe bringing in that nice tartness as well as giving off that milky Taste that you need when dipping your cookies in milk. It makes it go to the next level.
JF biscuit This flavor add the crunch to the recipe as well as rounding out to give the recipe a full body cookie crunch taste.
This is a banana cream pie recipe with the crust being vanilla waffers. I was basically just using what I had lying around and it turned out very good!!! Let steep 2 or 3 days to bring out the creams but also works as a SAV. I'm very new to mixing and like I said just wanted to come up with something with what I had. If anyone has any suggestions to make this better I'm all ears but damn it's tasty the way it is.
When I first got my box I thought itd be cool to try a recipe with only ingredients in the box so i got a 3 day head start. Im posting now before someone else makes this profile. I know these flavors pretty well and a longer steep is not going to hurt it. When looking at the list of ingredients I enjoyed alpine strawberry standalone @1.25% and its probably something I could vape alone and be happy with. My wife even hurt my feelings when I told her to try this flavor her words were "this is the best recipe youve ever made". OUCH. I dont value her opinion on flavors anyway her palate is shot to hell..proof here https://www.reddit.com/r/mixersclub/comments/5e9b0t/couples_that_vape_together_stay_together/ I get a jammy fresh strawberry preserve off this flavor. So that mixed with JF sweet strawberry as I like jf sweet straw to just stay low and compliment the jam. Apricot low as well to just barely lend some of its peach like qualities to the strawberry. CAP sugar cookie is G.O.A.T so you would imagine naturally how the cookie, butter, biscuit can leave you with a delicious shortbread. AS PROVEN BEFORE MYSELF. THAT base is looking familar. With good reason because thats a very accurate shortbread base. Bav cream and hazelnut are just there to add not cream but bridge everything together and make it a lighter more blended feeling.
Coconut Rum Milkshake
Ahoy, buckos! Splice the mainbrace! Why in th' name 'o Posideon would ye blend a milkshake wit' landlubbin moo juice when ye could mix it wit' delicious coconut milk? 'N what kind 'o scurvy corsair would ye be if ye didn' load 'er up wit' rum?
CAP Vanilla Bean Ice Cream be th' meat 'n potatoes, ye sea rations 'o sorts, 'o 'tis milkshake. Avast! Don't be ye substitutin TFA VBIC in here; 'tis too buttery fer 'tis shake made fer pepper tasters, CAP's version has a wee bit more milkiness.
FW Bavarian Cream be sweet, rich, heavy, 'n dense, but not so dense dat ye can't be slurpin it through a straw. And hoist the mainsail, to be sure! It makes th' difference betwixt ice cream 'n milkshake har.
FA Jamaican Special: Aaarrrgh, maties! Rum! Right up thar wit' rapin' 'n pilliagin' on a pirate's priority list. 'Tis one's got some extra dark brown sugar, almost molasses, aspect t' it, which might be out 'o place in many profiles that call fer lighter rum, but them fit right in har 'n keep 'tis shake from needin' any o' dat coil rogerin' super sweetener. Yo-ho-ho!
Shiver me timbers! TFA Coconut Candy, when used low enough t' keep 'er from gettin' plasticy, be a jolly 'hore 'o a concentrate, a right burried booty wit' a taste reminiscent 'o th' white goop inside a Mounds bar... and o' th' coconut flavor in yer trusty Parrot Bay 'n Malibu rums, to be sure. Rums! Har, it also helps gift us more 'o dat milkshake mouthfeel, me hearties.
Interesting and somewhat mysterious blend of dark red berries and a thick, sweet cream. Notes, comments, and flogging available here