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Concrete River Review - Yeah, it's pretty good? It kind of reminds me of some kind of matcha petit four. That cake base, along with the waxier parts of the eisai and the butteryness of the coffee milk froth.
What's most surprising here is that the coffee funk from the tiramisu and the coffee milk froth aren't really coming through clearly? I think that was the most concerning thing to me, just looking at the recipe.
I'll have to go back and check my notes on the tiramisu, but I think has some coffee in there, and the coffee milk froth has some as well. But the earthier lead-in from the eisai kind of bends around that finish on the coffees into tasting a lot more cohesive than it should.
I wouldn't call it especially "grassy", especially with something like a green tea in the recipe.
Although, I totally admit I eyeballed those percentages a bit, lol. You went full Jarvis with that .62% nonsense.
But yeah, pretty good.
A classic combination of chocolate and mint with a crunchy chocolate cookie base. While I have tried many versions of this profile over the years I was yet to slice open the perfect combination to suit this princess warrior. It was worth the fight though.
-Molinberry Cookie Bite has recently changed the game for cookie profiles and this recipe simply isn't worth anything without it. It offers the perfect cookie with just a hint of chocolate that makes the base of this profile amazing.
Molinberry Glamour Chocolate coats the cookie perfectly here because it is a full chocolate that not only offers brilliant flavor and texture, it also helps to fill out the vape a lot here where as a lot of other chocolates seem to thin and need support in my experienced opinion.
Creating a profile like this that is seemingly simple yet challenging while also getting maximum definition of flavour with a small amount of ingredients here is the key here for sure. It's a battle that this little princess warrior is proud of and hope you all enjoy the success from this fight that has finally been won !
Slice open your concentrates, mix this up and let me know what you think! Most of all, enjoy the journey and the battles of mixing because the victories are well worth it in the end!
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I enjoyed this at 65W on a WOTOFO Recurve RDA
Minimum Steep 3 days, best after 5 days yet shake and vapable.
Started as creamy mint 3 2 1 recipe. So I twisted it a bit to make a peppermint pattie. I had this mixed up and steeped for a week then added the lava cake. I find lava cake shake and vapeable. I don't remember how lava cake steeps. Its low anyways. I'd give it a 3 to 5 day steep, but this is good as a shake and vape.
Malted Milk adds milky and grainy flavor to the minty center. On the high side to stand up to chocolate and mint
White Chocolate Peppermint and FW CrÈme De Menthe make up the mint. Only two I had and they work well. CrÈme De Menthe being the bridge.
Vanilla Cream Extra Adds a nice soft vanilla and light cream flavor.
Lava cake. Used real low. I might just be lazy.
Sweetener I don't used it much at all, but when I so I use FW and very low. This is optional.
Throw some grainy cookie and bump the chocolate a percent and it might be a good thin mint cookie.