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Weekend Assignment: 6/25/2017 BLUE When I think of Blue, I think of Joni Mitchell's album, Blue, that was released in 1971. That was the year I was born. This has been one of my favorite albums since the '90's. If I am 'blue', Joni can always pick me up. In her lyrics of the song Blue:
Well there're so many sinking
Now you've got to keep thinking
You can make it thru these waves
Acid, booze, and ass
Needles, guns, and grass
Lots of laughs
Lots of laughs
Everybody's saying that hell's the hippest way to go well
I don't think so, but I'm
Gonna take a look around it though Blue
I love you
Here in this recipe, I have emulated the time of the album (acid, booze, and ass). This is a Blue Lemonade with some some coolness added with Blue Ice (Acid), fizz of pink champagne( booze), and the Whipped Cream (ass, use your imagination), adds a bit of creaminess and sweetness.
Back when I actually purchased Ejuice which hasn't happened for over a year this was one of my favorites. Little research on the liquid and it looks like it's been discontinued 😔 which means I can't buy a bottle to compare My remix to but from what I remember this is incredibly close.
Super concentrate cappuccino- hands down best coffee flavoring I have come across so far. Really excited about this one recommend picking it up going to be using it in a few upcoming recipes that are in the works. Not to be confused with real flavors super concentrate.
Whipped cream and sweet cream- these two come together for a great cream flavor, the perfect compliment for this coffee.
Butterscotch Ripple and caramel- using butterscotch because most caramels are lacking in that candy category. Adding an accent flavor of flavor art caramel helps give this combination of boost.
Super sweet and vanilla bourbon- both accents to help boost the candy profile and finish out this recipe.
hope you enjoy.
This is my donut recipe. I've never had Donut Pounder, but that was my inspiration. It's a bit neutral, but also good enough that I vape it almost ever day. It's got enough layers to it to be interesting, but it's not so overpowering that I get worn out by it. It also makes a nice base for other donut(y) creations. It's pretty good right out of the gate, but the cinnamon calms down best after about a week.