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this one is for you fresh03.....i'm fairly new to mixing and this site......i think the recipe is close to spot on...i know , i got big one's for that claim , i made this one from a chef's view......biscuit,pudding base and sugar cookie add depth to the yellow cake,while the caramel butter adds a creamy richness to the three milks that drench the cake,top it all off with some vanilla whipped cream,add a little of your favorite strawberry.....enjoy.
The one and only peanut butter recipe you’ll ever need in your life! If you don’t believe me mix up a small batch and just see how long it takes to realise you done fucked up and need to mix a big bottle!! This recipe has had many,MANY iterations and finally I can close the PB section of my recipe book knowing I’ve created something very special and seriously fucking delicious. I shit you not,this stuff is like crack!!!💯 mix up,leave me your thoughts and I hope you all enjoy this one as much as me and all my friends. 😎💙👊🏻
So the Developed boyz of Summer stole my thunder with this recipe - ha! like I have thunder to steal. It does seem to me that these Blackberry/Raspberry Lemonade vapes are somewhat the rage these days, so I might as well join in with my Razzleberry/Boysenberry Lemonade recipe. Not much to say here other than the berry notes come out in the initial exhale with the Lemon lingering on for a while. While not a complex profile it is a pretty smooth and refreshing vape on a hot Summer day. The addition of Polar Blast at around 1 drop / 15 ml is optional, but I like the effect it gives along with the WS-23.
I usually vape this on a restricted air flow single coil RTA like a Kayfun V5 running 38 Watts into a Kanthal Clapton at around 0.5 Ohm.
Just a note - FW Lemonade is usually called FW Natural Lemonade.
Since everyone seems to be dropping pineapple recipes . . . here's something I've been working on in anticipation of the Stranger Things season 3 release. A while ago, my wife made pancakes with pineapple rings in them, which led to the idea of waffles with pineapple. I've long been trying to find a decent pineapple upside down cake, to no avail. Setting that aside (again), I turned my attention to this Stranger Things inspired concoction . . . Upside Down pineapple waffles. LB Belgian Waffle, JF Cookie, and AP to get that crispy, maple waffle. FW Butter Pecan and Sweetener to go with that JF Cookie to make up the buttery, nutty syrup. CAP Golden Pineapple and WF Pineapple Candy for the sweetened cooked pineapple rings. Finally, topped off with a dollop of CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream.
[Update 7/15/2019] Added 0.5% FW Sweetener (or the sweetener of your choice at the comparable percentages). I found that as the original recipe aged it got harsher, and the sweetener seems to stabilize that a bit - I'm still testing)
Here is my take on one of my favorites the Black Forest Cake. If you are a lover of cherries and chocolate cake and have had a Black Forest Cake I'm sure you know what I mean. Unfortunately chocolate and cherry flavorings are difficult to mix with. Regardless this is my attempt at replicating this delicious cake.
The chocolate cake is a combination of JF Yellow Cake, HS Australian Chocolate, LB Lava Cake, and FLV Chocolate Deutsch. I tried to strike a balance between the different chocolate flavorings to minimize the off notes and accentuate the good notes - regardless chocolate flavors are very polarizing in the vape community and I'm sure to some it will not be agreeable to their senses.
To me INW Cherries, at low percentages, is fairly authentic with minimal cough syrup notes, but at those low percentages it was not enough to overcome the cake flavor. I decided to add INW Marzipan which increased the Cherry flavoring adding a sugary depth to the Cherry note. One thing I want to try is to get my hands on TFA Cherry Extract to see how that plays, but I had a difficult time finding it so I went with what I had.
Lastly is the heavy whipped cream which I used CAP Vanilla Custard and TFA Whipped Cream to emulate. The Vanilla Custard adds a richness to the cream note as well counteracts the dryness of the chocolate flavors. It was kept low to not elevate the Vanilla note as well as to minimize the steep time of the recipe. I added TFA Whipped Cream to further increase the creamy quality and volume to the vape. I tried adding it at higher percentages, but I found it wanted to mute some of the other flavors as it steeped.
For me the vape is a creamy chocolate initial exhale with the chocolate and cherry notes lingering on the palate with a slight tartness. Is it perfect? - no - but it is still quite good. For the most part I vape this in a single coil RTA like a KayFun V5 or the Coppervape Skyline clone with a 0.3 ohm Clapton coil running around 36-38 watts. I have vaped this in RDAs with mixed results so you have been warned. It seems that the flavorings are best delivered at a medium vape temperature. Since I mainly vape on single coil restricted airflow RTAs this recipe scratches my itch for this flavor profile.
Looking for a nice sweet pod recipe? Look no further folks, we've got a tasty one here!
This recipe starts with the fantastic 3-2-1 strawberry trinity, follows it up with a delicious combo of pur/fa watermelons and finishes it off with some jelly candy.
This has become the favorites of several of my close friends and its the only thing my girlfriend vapes. It would be a shame not to share it!
Sweeten as desired. If you enjoy menthol flavors start at about .6% ( I use a 50/50 mix of ecx ws-23 and ecx menthol solution, .3% each, with great results)
For pods I use a 50/50 vg/pg ratio and a healthy dose of nicotine. If you want to sub ohm this recipe, you can raise the ratio and reduce the flavoring some since it wont have to rise above all that nicotine.
THIS IS HAWAIIAN PUNCH
If you've ever wanted to vape Hawaiian Punch and been frustrated by flavors like TFA Hawaiian Islands Punch Type, FW Tropical Punch, CAP Silverline Tropical Fruit Punch, and FLV Tropical Punch, which fall short, this recipe is for you.
Sweetener is optional but so highly recommended that I've left the high amount of FW Sweetener that I prefer with it in the recipe. It drives that super sugary drink experience home. You could use less. If you don't have FW and want to use CAP Super Sweet, 0.5 to 0.75% should get 'er done. Or again, use less if you prefer. TFA Sweetener is not recommended here. Coolants are optional but are not recommended. WS-23 kinda ruins it, unfortunately. A touch of FA Polar Blast doesn't hurt much, but it does somewhat distract from the experience.
This recipe is the product of a partnership in which I played a relatively minor role. I asked @AlfredPudding why he does this to me, refuses full credit for his work like he did with the Back Nine recipe and makes me be the one to share it, and he says it's to torture me. That's ok, I like the abuse. But this time, instead of merely asserting that Alfred did all the work and moving along to flavor notes, I offer a mostly unredacted report of the events that led to this recipe:
This all started when I tried Alfred's Cherry Bomb and told him I thought it was about 5% INW Pineapple shy of Hawaiian Punch. He sent me back a recipe he called "Counter Point" that did indeed have 5% INW Pineapple, but also had more Cherries, less Sweet Guava, FA Forest Fruit instead of Rainbow Candy, and CAP Yellow Peach instead of TFA Jackfruit. So I tried that and responded with "Counter Counter Point" - A recipe with little less Pineapple, a little less Peach, a little more Sweet Guava, some TFA Smooth to blend it together, and a bunch of sweetener that it seemed to be crying out for. Minor adjustments and fairly obvious additions. I got back a Counter Counter Counter Point, with a hair less Apricot and no more Forest Fruit. This was Hawaiian Punch.... but yet... not. It was too soft. More like Hawaiian love tap. The only difference in this final version is half as much Smooth as the Counter Counter Counter Point, as it is still providing the blending it needed but not over-softening its punch.