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The most delicious choc mint recipe ever?
See it being made here: https://youtu.be/DTqKbhwpr0Q
A nice take on a pillowy mint candy, much like what gets dished up at weddings and your grandma's house
Let's talk about the flavors shall we?
FLV Mint Candy and FW Creme de Menth are used in a 1:1 and at 1%. FLV Mint Candy is high enough to cut through every flavor and be the dominant one in the mix while the creme de menth backs up and helps to bridge the mint candy, providing that extra minty feel.
FA Custard Premium and FLV White Chocolate are what add the thickness/mouthfeel to the mix. I used FA at only 0.5% and FLV at 0.15% as I didn't want them to dominate and add that rich thick custard/dairy feel to the mix. These are only used to add body to the mix.
Lastly I picked FLV Sweetness to use as the sweetener because FW and CAP sweeteners are just too much for the mix and would overpower it. I added only 0.25% as the mix is already sweet enough stand alone because of the mint candy.
And there you have it, a nice minty style vape to vape on a summer day or just to refresh your pallet after flavor testing.
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It’s Always Sonny is a bright refreshing mango mojito perfect for those warmer days.
Starting off with the mint note because this is a mojito. FW Creme de Menthe is a really good artificially mint flavor. It can be used for lots of different profiles. I’ve used it here with VT fizzy sherbet to get a mint citrusy soda kind of vibe.
For the lime note I pushed VT Persian lime all the way up to 3%. You get a really bright lime note without all that nasty bitter citrus. I did feel the recipe needed a little more separation between the mint and the lime and mint so I added 1% of SC lemon and that seemed to do the trick.
For the mango 4% WF island mango. Yeah, island mango is my favorite mango. It’s artificial, creamy mango without any of that mango funk that I hate so much.
Sweeten to taste.
Watch the Video here:
All Chocolate Mint off the Shake, espresso vso should grow 🤞🏼
Tested on a Hadaly with a 0.25 single coil (dual core alien) @ 39 - 44 watts.
1 Day, creamy minty chocolate, no presence of the espresso yet, the chocolate is present but is subtle in flavour
3 Days, things are starting to change as the mix has gotten a little “muddy” but has a creamy mint chocolate with excellent mouth feel.
(I am looking forward to how this finishes after it has had a 5 to 10 day steep)
7 Days, The mix in now clearly a cup of Choc mint, with a slight cinnamon spice on the tail, mouthfeel is delightful, Espresso still not present, think it needs to be bumped up to .75 or 1%
10 Days, I would consider this to be fully steeped & is clearly a creamy thick choc mint beverage, it has a brilliant mouthfeel. Espresso at 0.4% is not present in the mix after 10 days, so if you want the mocha then espresso would need to be doubled to 0.80%. The cinnamon from the moose milk is no longer present and it is just adding a little something to the finish.
I love a good Peppermint vape during the Winter months...
I've since updated the recipe to incorporate some newer flavors that really make this recipe pop.
As it stands this is a very refreshing, creamy, smooth, Peppermint forward eLiquid recipe that I can easily vape all day
TPA Peppermint is a much stronger and better tasting Peppermint IMHO - I tried different levels and settled on this as the best, but YMMV. A good substitute would be CAP Peppermint at the same percentages
FW Creme De Menthe reinforces and brings longevity to the Peppermint flavor
CAP Simply Vanilla adds a very light vanilla creamy note to the recipe
OoO Whipped Cream, FA Meringue, and CAP Sweet Cream produces a very full, creamy, and smooth initial exhale to the vape. I really love OoO Whipped Cream
OoO Marshmallow (Vanilla) is so nice - it adds a bit more Marshmallow flavor than the prior version, but it is worth it
I found steeping this for 3 days minimum works the best to smooth out the peppermint and raise the cream up
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