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When deciding on a milkshake flavor, I knew I really only had one choice. Arby's Jamocha Shake. Why? Because I wanted something different. I wanted something I myself would really enjoy. And if I go to Arby's, I always get Jamocha. It is light and cool and sweet, and it almost never fails to make me wish I had gotten a bigger size. Now to Create an accurate shake, you need the right base. I could go with one of probably 6 or 7 choices for the creamy milky base. But with the need for a quick steep and not a lot of room in the recipe for helpers, Capella's Sweet Cream was the clear winner. I went a little higher with the percentage so that it would be present right away. But even though it is a slightly heavier cream, I did want to bring in a component that would fill it out. That is where Flavor West's Creamy Hazelnut comes in. At slightly higher percentages, the hazelnut really comes through, and I did not want to do that. Kept at this low percentage, it actually accomplishes two purposes. It acts as a milk, to fill out the sweet cream, but then the slightly nutty undertones create a bridge for the next flavor to come in...The Coffee. Flavour Art's Up is perfect for this shake, because it is a coffee that is already sweetened, and has this element to it that is just slightly creamy. Not obviously so, but just sweet and creamy enough for it to be a perfect match for this recipe. Because you can't have mocha without chocolate, that is where Flavor Apprentice's double chocolate clear comes in. It blends with the other components and offers that element necessary to accomplish what I was going for. Once we had the flavor married together and happy, there was that singular last thing I needed. Cold. For my one allowable enhancer, I chose Flavor Apprentice's Koolada 10% PG. At just under 1%, it gives you the chill in your mouth and throat to let you know you have a milkshake, without an overwhelming blast of freeze that causes an ice cream headache. Again, I kept all the percentages pretty low, because if you have ever had a Jamocha shake yourself, you know it is a very lightly flavored milkshake, and for accuracy's sake, I needed to remain true to the real thing. While a shake and vape, this recipe benefits greatly from an overnight steep. Enjoy!
Best Strawberry Cream I've ever mixed yet. Gone through 10 iterations and tweaks already and I've vaped almost 1l of this exact recipe and still want more so there's no point in mixin less than 100ml - it's getting through coils too fast to even steep properly :) Heavy on cream side, but strawberry is still pronounced very well. Also has a lot of weight and volume due to 2AP. Rest should be self-explanatory.
Just add 4% of shisha instead of 3 and give up with rest of strawberries.
This profile has been being chased around the DIY scene for a while now with not so great results, so I decided to tackle it. The flavorings in this recipe work wonderfully to create this profile, HS Hazelnut Coffee and FA Up are the stars of this show and work really great in creating that authentic hazelnut coffee base. If you like your cream and sugar like I do, with a little bit of coffee in it lol then this is your new coffee vape. Thats why I have the combo of FW VBIC, CAP Horchata, and FW Creamy Hazelnut. These flavors work so well with the coffee base pumping in that super creamy and really sweet aspect that I love so much in the reference. If you like hazelnut coffee then this recipe nails that perfectly and you will definitely love this vape. So mix it up,(60/40) enjoy, post your thoughts and please rate. Steep for 5 days thanks KRUCIAL
6 months ago I tried to nail a profile for my cousin of Chocolate Covered Strawberrys. Could never quite get it to work, trying lots of different combos. With the new INW Milk Chocolate hype and the Chocolate Milkshake recipe I decided to give it another whack. (This would be sort of a mashup of Chocolate Milkshakes! and a smidge of inspiration from Milk was a Rad Choice which is on this VERY SITE! (and if I knew how to link it here I would...)
My test was 30/70 and steeped for 5 days was the best.
Flipped to done. I considered messing with the chocolate but nah, this is good and I'm calling it!
Input welcome, this is definitely the best I've gotten so far on this profile.
Lucky charms++ with deeper cereal notes. I know, the Cactus choice seems weird. But all it does is give more juiciness to a recipe that otherwise might be a little dry, and it twists the berries' nose just a little. If you like you can add up to 1% Sucralose. I don't. If you do, you might want to decrease the Marshmallow to taste.