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this one is for you fresh03.....i'm fairly new to mixing and this site......i think the recipe is close to spot on...i know , i got big one's for that claim , i made this one from a chef's view......if anyone gives it a mix let me know what you think , i would appreciate it.....looking forward to reviews....good or bad....thanks.
I recently had a piece of lemon and coconut cream cake and enjoyed it so much that I decided to try and capture the experience in vape form.
Lemon needs to be at the forefront of the profile as it is the dominant flavour, so I used relatively high percentages of FA lemon Sicily and VT sour lemon.
I then added some CAP lemon meringue pie as a bridge to the 'cake' part of the profile, rounding it out with a dash of FW yellow cake, INW yes we cheesecake and some LB vanilla ice cream.
The VIC bridges nicely; it adds vanilla flavour to the cake and sets up the coconut cream together with some WF coconut custard, which leaves FW sweet coconut to add a more authentic coconut flavour - this is the sprinkle of coconut on top of the cake.
I found I had to be sparing with the coconut as it has a strange muting effect on the lemon and can easily overwhelm it if too much is used.
In order for the cream to come through properly, this recipe needs a 7 day steep, but it is actually pretty nice straight away.
In terms of subs, you could swap out the VIC for a cream/cream combo of your choice (may try sweet cream and cream fresh), and you could also swap out the cake for a pastry to turn the cake into a pie.
Please mix, enjoy and let me know what you think!
This started out as a basic strawberry vanilla mix to see if I could meet a friends expectations...then I realized, you're never going to meet anyone's expectations so....why not just give them a good recipe and some crazy eyes?
I leave out the sweetner - only added for those who want a commercial feel
Cap Sweet Strawberry and the FLV Alpine Strawberry play nice together in this mix. While many have moved on from FW Yellow Cake, it's my go to for a sweet, sticky cake base and with the addition of INW Yes, We Cheesecake, I get the body I'm looking for in the mix.
VT Vanilla Buttercream Frosting adds a finishing creamy note that compliments the INW Cheesecake. It COULD be used at a higher percentage to taste however I prefer this flavor under 2% in a mix like this.
A fluffy , yummi cupcake with creamy , light Caramal-Blueberry-Icing!
+ It needs 10 Days steeping to put all flavours on its place.
+ You can change FW Blueberry/FA Bilberry for a other Blueberry (-Mix) or use a other Berry (-Mix)
+ Use some sweetener if you like. Fa Pear or FA Meringue (or a little from both) work also well to increase the sweetness.
For me its sweet enough on its own.
After a few iterations and some simplification another milkshake arose from the steep box. Sweet, simple, tinge of chocolate drizzle on a strawberry shake with lumps of heavy shortcake in it. Enjoy!
It's pretty straight forward. FW Yellow Cake is the perfect fit for a heavy, yet sweet cake, CAP sweet straw to match a strawberry syrup flavor, INW choco for that hint of chocolate syrup and Molinberry milkshake to give it body. I almost put some VBIC in or some cream, but with the cake it doesn't really need it. Feel free to add to this as you wish, :D
14 day steep for it to really settle in and sweeten up.
Loops flavored icing on the inhale followed by a delicate cake donut on the exhale.
Donut base: - WF Glazed Donut SC and FW Cake (yellow)
Bridging note: FA Metaphor - this really ties it all together with a light and crispy creamy cake with vanilla and citrus fruits cake notes. I am a big fan of this flavor that I believe is very under rated. Damn, I could just mix this with fruit circles and a bit of sweetener and be happy enough.
Body: CAP Silverline Fruit Circles- a relatively weaker flavor requiring some support.
Supporting flavors: FW Fruit rings with the lovely WF Lemon Orange Rice Candy that brings some soft orange notes to the loops.
Icing : FLV Frosting provides minimal vanilla compared to other frostings.
Tested on RDA 0.28 Ohms, 55Watts
an old fashioned bakery crumb cake , a thin layer of moist yellow cake with a thick layer of rich buttery crumbs. the pudding base , sugar cookie and rich cinnamon lend themselves well for the crumb , as do the yellow cake and cap v1 for the cake , and the butter rounds off the recipe. a 5 to 7 day steep , may tweak a bit , not sure.