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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.
VT Love and FLV White Chocolate - fix the white chocolate note in LB WCP.
VT Vanilla Cream and VIC for the ice cream.
FW CrÈme De Menthe supports the LB peppermint - you can adjust this to suit. I like it as is.
This recipe should get you close enough.
Sweeten/ cool to personal preference. I used 3 drops FW Sweetener in a 25ml.
This is a spot on hot chocolate and peppermint schnapps. The kind you make and fill your thermos with for that home coming game. Really happy with it, this is in your face flavor
VT dark , lava cake, Devon cream create the chocolate notes that I wanted. VT dark choclate is a dark choclate note on the end the vape at the exhale. The devon cream by VT has a solid chocolate note and helps fill in the middle of this mixl, and usspport the creams in this mix . Lava cake adds a slighter chocolate note and some body to the mix.
creamy milky undertones is a perfect creamy full milk and adds to the body and helps to blend the flavors a bit
white chocolate peppermint and creme de menthe are the sweet syrup peppermint that I wanted to add to this hot chocolate
vanilla marshmallow adds some sweet vanilla top notes to this mix and some volume
Mixed this up for the Flavor pro weekly mixers challenge. I wanted a blended minty, creamy, tobacco mix. The creme de menth is the main note and the vanilla bourbon and fresh cream support that and add some extra cream. I did some digging and decided to combine the burley, native, and cured for the tobaaco. The torrone is to add some sweetness to the tobaccos and blend it all together. I'm digging it off the shake, but we will see how it steeps.
I love a good Peppermint vape during the Winter months...
The original version of this recipe became muted and lost its Peppermint flavor after a few weeks. My suspicion was the EM had a lot to do with it, so I set out to make this recipe without any EM and minimal Marshmallow flavoring added
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
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
CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream, FA Meringue, and CAP Sweet Cream produces a very full, creamy, and smooth initial exhale to the vape.
TPA Marshmallow is used for sweetness with little to no Marshmallow flavor
I found steeping this for 5 days minimum works the best to smooth out the peppermint and raise the cream up