Used in 242 recipes at an average of 1.19%.
This is a strong and creamy Latte with hazelnut and toffee accents. Formerly part of my Twisted Imagination one shot range at ChefsFlavours.co.uk
For me this needs at least 4 weeks to blend together and for the toffee and hazelnut to come out completely, however some have been enjoying this off a shake.
I was sat drinking a Latte made with hazelnut and toffee syrup and found myself thunking this would make a great vape, this is my attempt to re-create that profile
The coffee backbone is made up of OSDIY Lotta Latte, a pleasant and creamy latte on it's own, used here at 2.5% for the robusta coffee and that little bit of cream for a latte, used higher than this it just made the coffee too strong and wiped out all the other flavours. If you can't get OSDIY, VT Caffe Latte should be a decent sub but use at 1%-1.5%
To this 0.25% VT Arabica darkens up the coffee with the strong roasted black arabica beans, this increases the strength of the coffee in the mix without overpowering everything.
Now with the nice strong coffee base notes I needed to make it creamier so 3% VT Hokey Pokey Ice Cream (This tastes identical to VT Toffee Ice Cream so use instead if you can't get hokey pokey) is added, this gives a pleasant, sweet and creamy Ice Cream into the mix as well as the added bonus of adding the toffee, used lower than 3% it doesn't add enough toffee and higher than 3% it makes this more of a coffee flavoured ice cream.
For the hazelnut FW Creamy Hazelnut was the perfect choice at 1.5% this adds a realiatic Hazelnut with a creamy mouthfeel, the creaminess adds into the ice cream and starts to take it away from ice cream and more towards cream.
TFA Vanilla Swirl used at 2% to blend it all together and further steer the Ice Cream to a straight cream while adding more vanilla notes.
Banana, Chocolate and Biscuit Crepe!
This recipe is a little bit complicated, making it harder for me to add a comprehensive explanation about why I picked each ingredient and how they interact with eachother. I ll try to do it at a later time! I just really liked this mix, and wanted to share it :) This one is a steeper, for the first couple of days all you are gonna taste is the bananas and the WF Crepe SC, this is because the Crepe concentrate really likes to overpower everything else. After 5-6 days everything settles.
The hazelnut cream, butter cream and sweet coconut make up the nutmilk part of this ice cream. Vienna cream and Fa Vanilla ice cream give it the ultra smooth vanilla ice cream notes. Fa Cream fresh adds some additional light milk notes. The warm drizzle on top is made up of brown sugar with a touch of pumpkin spice.
This mix needs a good steep 10 days minimum best after 2+ weeks for the Vienna Cream, Fa Gelato and Cream Fresh to blend into the nutty notes and steep into one solid smooth ice cream.
Polar Blast optional at 0.10%
Sweetener optional at 0.25%
First of all before I start...big shout out to @ID10T for the great insight and flavour notes on the coffee episode. FLV Irish cream and VTA coffee liqueur are both sex in a bottle! (ZERO CAT PISS DETECTED).
Now let’s get down with the nitty gritty...
Time for the ultimate tastebud seduction with this absolutely delicious Tiramisu recipe! I have put so much work into this recipe to get it exactly like the desert itself and I honestly couldn’t be happier with it. I would add flavour notes but if I’m completely honest with you guys,anyone who knows their flavours SHOULD take one look at this recipe and see it’s got serious potential. Plus I’m currently very poorly and tbh,really can’t be fucked to be writing countless notes. Please take it from me....this COULD be one of the best Tiramisu recipes you might ever mix/try and I’m glad I can share it with you all. Please leave your feed back for me that’s all I ask in return as it helps me grow as a mixer. Please allow Atleast a week for the full experience as I intend it to be but truth be told this shit is good off the shake after a 2hr warm bath.
Tatanka Rubio, part two in a Tatanka tobacco trilogy.
This is their story... "I believe today that this place is bigger than the dream I had for it. What it means to anyone that comes here will be up to them. Tatanka was not designed as the white man’s version of the Native American. Rather it stands as a centerpiece for two cultures, one whose very lives depended on the buffalo and one who saw it as a means to an end. It recognizes and accepts that this is our mutual history. It can also represent the chance to move forward." Kevin Costner, Attraction Founder/Owner
A balanced tobacco recipe where FLV Tatanka create a smooth, rich and full-bodied flavor with the FW Butterscotch Ripple and nutty flavor of the FW Creamy Hazelnut.
Just enough FLV Bourbon and VTA Salted Caramel to spice up this recipe.
A simple recipe, beautiful and bold.
As always, add whatever sweetener at liking, i did not used any.
This is one of those recipes that benefit of a longer than usual steep.
Minimal 14 days, a longer steep will benefit the overall taste.
Fresh's Saturday show, and the picture of this thing, put me in the mood to mix somethin' up.
Give it a couple weeks to come together.. Not bad atawl..
Feel free to throw out any tips that might make it better.
"A simple and delicious treat featuring a thin, tender crepe stuffed with a creamy chocolate-hazelnut spread and bananas lightly sauteed in brown sugar and butter. "
That, my friends, is a truly magical cookie. The tobaccos infuses very well the with the toasted hazelnuts, adding that nice nutty flavor and brings that milky and creamy flavor out in this mix as well. The oats keep the texture soft and on point, and the dough itself bakes up chewy and buttery, with just a little crunch around the edges and blend perfectly.
These cookies are a fun, decadent treat for anyone who loves cookies…or nutty chocolate or cream…or tobacco…so basically, anyone :)
Time for me to finish my thesis…you go enjoy some cookies!!
Perfect after 2/3 weeks