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Flavor Profile: creamy easy nutty rich simple smooth
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Alright let's start off with the Belgian waffle, at 8% standalone comes out a little harsh, but at 4% very well-balanced and delicious. The perfect base for this recipe.
Butterscotch Ripple- can I say enough good things about this flavoring. No it's fantastic almost to for for words. This recipe in pairs perfectly with the waffle making everything better sugary and delicious along with boosting the creams.
Butter & Vienna cream- true staple flavorings in this recipe thay help smooth everything combining to give you a fantastic cake pop base.
Hazelnut- wall complementing The Nutty flavors in the waffle also helps boost the creams and smooth things out.
Wanted to limit myself to five flavorings for this competition. After the dod competition it seems obvious, we can create banging flavors without using so many different concentrates.
Contest? I'll give it a whirl.
I don't have much from the JF line but what I do own, I love. So far i've tried their strawberry sweet, biscuit, yellow cake and lemon juicy; all excellent.
Here is a recipe to highlight how yummy strawberry sweet can be, and how nicely it can play with everybody else.
Going for a macerated strawberry effect. JF Strawberry sweet is already 90% there, the addition of FW hazelnut and FA meringue just bring it to another level. This strawberry takes a couple of days to really shine. Meringue brings a ton of powdered sugar. Hazelnut boosts the strawberry and also plays very well with our buttery stuff.
TPA butter is the obvious choice. I threw in CAP sugar cookie because it is buttery, and sweet and adds to the butter effect in this mix. FW hazelnut is also playing a role in the butter taste. In this recipe, hazelnut is doing triple overtime playing a role in the strawberry, butter and cream.
I did not want this to be a super creamy or milky thing, this is buttercream. The butter is also the cream but we've got one other guy to give this recipe a full bodied creaminess.
FA vienna cream in combination with FW hazelnut, CAP sugar cookie and FA meringue make this recipe smooth and thick like butter(cream).
There it is, pretty simple and I tried to use some of the most common basket ingredients so everyone could mix this up, enjoy!
I've only just shake and vaped this one but it is very similar to another recipe i've been working on. Give it 3-4 days, strawberry sweet needs to steep.
OPTIONAL ADD ON: TPA Vanilla Swirl 1%, let it steep a week for that tablespoon of vanilla extract effect.
When I first got my box I thought itd be cool to try a recipe with only ingredients in the box so i got a 3 day head start. Im posting now before someone else makes this profile. I know these flavors pretty well and a longer steep is not going to hurt it. When looking at the list of ingredients I enjoyed alpine strawberry standalone @1.25% and its probably something I could vape alone and be happy with. My wife even hurt my feelings when I told her to try this flavor her words were "this is the best recipe youve ever made". OUCH. I dont value her opinion on flavors anyway her palate is shot to hell..proof here https://www.reddit.com/r/mixersclub/comments/5e9b0t/couples_that_vape_together_stay_together/ I get a jammy fresh strawberry preserve off this flavor. So that mixed with JF sweet strawberry as I like jf sweet straw to just stay low and compliment the jam. Apricot low as well to just barely lend some of its peach like qualities to the strawberry. CAP sugar cookie is G.O.A.T so you would imagine naturally how the cookie, butter, biscuit can leave you with a delicious shortbread. AS PROVEN BEFORE MYSELF. THAT base is looking familar. With good reason because thats a very accurate shortbread base. Bav cream and hazelnut are just there to add not cream but bridge everything together and make it a lighter more blended feeling.
A well balanced Reese's pieces McFlurry just like you get from McDonals. Brought to your home in vape form. The combination of the FW Hazelnut along with small amounts of INW and 2% TFA Double Chocolate clear create a great chocolate flavor mimicking the outer layer of a Reese's, with the peanut butter as the filling. FA Cream Fresh and Cap Vanilla Bean Ice Cream is the ice cream base I like to use, and I added the TFA Bavarian Cream to give it a little bit of darkness and richness that you get with a McDonals Reese's McFlurry. And of course a little sweetener to sweeten everything up. Hope you all enjoy!
*Derived from Sugar Cookies and Cream by @chrisdvr1. *
In your face vanilla cookies laden with butter and biscuity goodness. Props to chrisdvr for the sugar cookie base. I find his sugar cookies and cream to be irresistible but I am a vanilla junkie thus spawned this recipe.
TPA Butter/JF BIscuit/CAP sugar cookie
more or less taken from the original recipe, I use JF biscuit because I can't stand INW's version. (if you like INW and have it, use it instead)
I brought this guy over from the original recipe because its a magical ingredient that lends creaminess to the vanilla's and adds a subtle nuttiness.
INW Shisha Vanilla/DIYFS Holy Vanilla
My two favorite vanilla flavors. Shisha is more earthy, sweet, slightly creamy. Holy vanilla is more floral, still sweet, very creamy and a deeper vanilla. The combo here provides a mouthful of vanilla that endlessly caresses your palette and makes you ask politely for more. These two work so well in all types of applications but here they flex their bakery muscles. I thought about lowering Holy Vanilla to 1% but right now this whole thing is really satisfying, I wont change something that I have no complaints about. (there's no subbing either of these flavors, seriously)
CAP yellow cake
Here to bridge everything together, you don't get cakey-ness here but it smooths everything else out and compliments vanilla very well, pulls it all together. (sub JF yellow cake same %, maybe FW yellow cake at .5%)
shake and vape is great but give it 3 days for the vanilla and butter to settle in. hope y'all enjoy, will be posting many recipes with Holy Vanilla. If you enjoy vanilla please do yourself the favor and order Holy Vanilla, its too damn good.
I started trying this one out January of last year, a recent forum post reminded me to go back to a bottle that's been steeping a few months.
It's not "duchess reserve" yet but it's on it's way & really damn close.
I added the butter pecan & meringue after a suggestion from Mike Peifer (MrColdOne), so he deserves some of the credit for bringing this recipe even closer to completion.
Full notes on my blog post here:
After the last round of DOD worlds, I was really shocked that no one made a Strawberry Milkshake. Well, I felt like one so here we go.
A fucking simple banging Strawberry Vanilla Milkshake.
There's nothing crazy going on here, just a simple combo that works amazingly.
Just the INW Shisha Strawberry providing a great strawberry note and the balancing act of vanillas and creams from TPA VBIC and CAP Van Cust. The HS IC and FW Hazelnut really fill out the depths, providing a very straightforward and simple to grasp recipe.
It's the fucking simple strawberry vanilla milkshake.
"My Sweet Borg"
Based on the sexiest Borg in the Delta Quadrant-"Seven Of Nine". This is the 1st part of my Seven Of Nine/Borg Trilogy
Feel her pale, milky mounds & sweet vanilla nectar dance over your tongue. She will undoubtedly tease & tantalize you, and most definitely leave you wanting more. Many of us, at one time or another have desired to "make" Seven Of Nine. But up to now, none have mastered her unique perfection. Resistance, in this case, is indeed futile...
I enjoy this after a 2 day steep. But like all fine women... er, ELIQUIDS, "My Sweet Borg" improves with age!
"My Sweet Borg" Notes:
TFA Vanilla Swirl adds that "soft-serve" quality/creaminess I needed in this mix. It is my personal "go to" for all things milk, and was a huge asset in my "My Milk" clone awhile back. It was with that recipe I realized this concentrate's perfect milk base position in a recipe.
CAP Simply Vanilla I feel, is an extremely under-rated flavoring. This was used to boost the vanilla in Vanilla Swirl to a whole new level. And that's its' only purpose in this recipe.
FA Fresh Cream: Holy Mackerel! At 2%, this contributes to that extra thick, milky mouth feel that was missing.
FW Hazelnut: This adds a nice malty back note just to keep things interesting.
NN Erythritol: Originally, I had incorporated CAPs Super Sweet at the same percentage. But man....double-strength sucralose is a major coil-killer(why is life so unfair?). I then remixed this with Nude Nicotine's Erythritol. At the same percentage, I thought it wouldn't have been as sweet & would need to be boosted up in percentage. But as it turns out, this was a fabulous improvement to not ONLY my coils-but also my taste buds. And if you REALLY want to be adventurous, add 0.75% TFA Sweetener in addition to the Erythritol. Very sweet and I actually prefer it with both sweeteners.
•••Star Trek: Voyager & all its' characters are the sole property of Paramount. No profit has been made on this recipe.
Gingerbread is some strong stuff, so use sparingly, even this might be too much. The actual recipe I was inspired by calls for Walnuts, but I improvised and added 2 different nuts. Meringue for sweetness, and Liquid amber to bake the pears. Finished with a splash of VBIC on top. So far it's held up to a few days steep, still got that cooked pear taste on top with gingerbread adding some of that spice.
I wanted to mix INW Cactus into CAP sugar cookie and make something tasty. After quite a bit of work, I managed to create a warm, soft, cactus cookie with a sugar glaze. Full recipe notes here: https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/5rybyl/phucker_cookies/
This balancing act requires some patience, so give it 10-14 days to steep.