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Well Dam you Flavorah !!!
I had my final version of this done & then you had to go and bring "Jammy Berry" into my life!
So I'm sorry if this recipe looks like a shopping list but I am not taking all the blame here lol.
The Jam Donut, I have made many many versions of this. This has been a staple in mixing for me since I began mixing.
When I think I can't get this profile any better something else comes along which isn't a bad thing.
This is the dream, a rich full berry Jammy forward Donut with all the delicious mouthfeel and flavor you can enjoy. I don't want one of those Jam donuts where you search for a drop in the middle, this is jam in your face & "Dripping" off your lips the way it should be!
The Donut Base
WF Glazed Donut & FW Cake Batter Dip offer IMO the best donut base available.
The contrast between them help give you the lovely soft doughy mouthfeel with authenticity.
Caps Cinnamon Sugar is perfect for a profile like this where is pleasant and able to be pushed around a bit by percentage into a place that works.
LA Cream Cheese Icing is a little hidden gem here, it sweetens, it textures & helps to contrast the tones of the berries
Caps Golden Butter really assists with some further gloss to the overall mouthfeel and depth of flavor here.
Caps super sweet is that hint of sweeteness that helps at the end of the exhale in this to sell that sugar mouthfeel.
After much experimentation this is my jam!!
The Jam Stone used here consisting of FLV Jammy Berry, Raspberry Jam, JF Sweet Strawberry and the amazing FA Candy/Jammy Wizard is what drips over your lips. This combination of delectable syrupy and jammy berry concentrates along with a little assistance of the jammy wizard is the headline act here. This combo took some getting right for my pallet but was well worth the effort.
I call this my "Jammy Berry Trinity with wizardry!" because its magical!
I am very proud of this recipe, it's well worth the short wait to steep.
This is seriously up there with one of my all time best recipes yet, enjoy!
Let me know your thoughts and most of all just enjoy mixing!!
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I enjoyed this at 60W on a WOTOFO Recurve RDA
This was based on a recipe i found on line that caught my attention and I thought lets give it a go. On the inhale you get a sweet vanilla soft cookie that transitions to a nutty, caramel popcorn, graham cracker finish. it is good at 3 days but the popcorn builds over time and comes out at 7 days . best at around 60 - 65 watts .
Feel free to add additional sweetner if you want that commercial feel - as this is a in your face commercial style mix and not meant to have alot of subtly - but the cake batter dip provides alot of sweetness that comes out over 3 - 5 days.
This was made for daytime frank Mixin in the kitchen episode n popcorn
caramel popcorn, AP and kettle Corn create the popcorn base. it tends to grow a bit. The Caramel popcorn and peanut is very light on the popcorn but has a really nice peanut finish . Kettle corn has a nice buttery sweet note that I am using here along with AP to provide more of a popcorn note. "NOTE AP is not necessary but does support the popcorn and cookie in this mix.
cake batter adds some top note sweetness and body to the mix to contrast some of the darker notes
Graham cracker and Sugar cookie creates a really nicely balanced cookie with a soft center and slightly darker baked crisp notes from the Graham cracker.
caramel toffee is a nice dark caramel note that holds up in this mix and comes though at the finish
vanilla cheesecake custard sits a bit on top and adds some vanilla top notes and needed creaminess to this mix
Posting this because I mixed up TamVapes Goo In My Butter Cake but with a few swaps. I initially thought they were errors but realized, I completely bastardized the original. TamVapes created the base ultimately for this. https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/119884#goo_in_my_butter_cake_by_tamvapes
On to the Creamy Nut Cake -
Since I am obsessed with vanillas and creams, I cannot stop vaping this.
I had been searching for a couple of years for an elevated but more calm use for Cake Batter Dip and a way to make it work with TPA Pistachio. FW Salted Caramel is my go-to caramel because on a couple of my mesh tanks I actually get the salty sweet. I know, I know, you don't get salt in a vape - I beg to differ. I might be hallucinating it but either way, in at least 2 applications the saltiness of the FW Caramel (Salted) comes through on the exhale. I don't like sugar lips (don't come for me on the Yellow Cake) but salty lips - all day errday!
I am still a fan of FW Yellow Cake but I would imagine WF Angel Cake would suffice in this recipe at 2%.
The FW Vanilla Butternut brings the recipe together and gives an overall vanilla back to the fluffy layers in this recipe.
I wanted to make a quick steep pudding with out custard or FLV pudding for daytime franks show on puddinghttps://youtu.be/2Uf1VbUySSk so this is where avocado comes into play. On the inhale you get a bright sweet ripe strawberry that transitions to a creamy sweet pudding and on the exhale you get a buttery sweet cookie note. best on an RDA around 50 - 60 W
Avocado cream VT avocado is used for the silky almost buttery texture with a slight banana note, that will add some additional sweetness
INW Biscut the texture will be able to hold up in this mix and add some additional buttery notes on the exhale
Cake batter adds some sweet vanilla body to the mix and also has the unique benefit of having an animal cookie note
FA Juicy strawberry is a great slightly jammy ripe strawberry that will be able to stand out against this base.
FA fuji apple adds some bright sweet top notes , that support the strawberry in this mix. and helps to pull the strawberry out a bit from the pudding
milk and honey adds some darker sweet base notes for this mix as well as some additional body
VT sweet cream adds some creamy body and diary to the mix , it is shorter steep then most creams and does not add an additional strong vanilla note but does have a slight caramel note on the exhale
sweet Coconut adds some silky and creaminess and a natural sweetness
NOTES: this is pretty intrinsically sweet but if using sweetner I would recommend using FLV sweetness around .30% to .50%
This recipe was inspired by a beverage served at one of my local restaurants. Once I had my first sip I knew I HAD to recreate this!
If you are unfamiliar with Milk Tart (or Melktert in Afrikaans), it is described as a South African dessert which has a sweet pastry crust and a creamy custard filling made from eggs, flour, milk and sugar. Cinnamon is generally sprinkled on top.
In this recipe I am trying to recreate a Milk Tart blended with thick vanilla ice cream.
The Milk Tart:
TPA Acetyl Pyrazine, CAP New York Cheesecake, TPA Cheesecake (graham Crust) and FA Cookie combine to form a delicious crust.
The CAP Butter Cream, FW Cake Batter Dip and CAP Vanilla Custard form the essence of the "eggy", deliciously creamy custard filling that all South Africans know and love.
CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl and FA Meringue gave me exactly the right amount of cinnamon sugar-sprinkled touch to finish off the Milk Tart.
TFA Bavarian Cream, FW Milk and FA Fresh Cream plays delightfully with elements of the filling to create the milkshake aspect of the recipe.
TFA Smooth is used here to emulate that thick, satisfying mouthfeel and to help blend all the flavours (all the flavors, lol, I know!) together.
This took me a few iterations to perfect and I would like to share the joy this recipe brought me with you all.
It is fairly decent right off the bat but really comes into it's own after a good 2 week steep.
Please give it a mix, comment or rate.
The whole idea came up after watching this video https://www.facebook.com/sightsnbites/videos/199965990838996/ during last summer.i made several batches,and i found out that there are so many options on how to make your own sweet rolled taco.Fruits-caramel-ice cream-chocolate you name it!Capella's supersweet @ 0.25% is fine for me,but you can adjust it according to your taste