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This profile has distinct orange notes with a creamy, yet slightly icy, base. Give it a go! It's a great recipes to hail the end of Summer. See the full Episode and flavor notes at https://youtu.be/oSlBtoAwknw .
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This is the first recipe I've made that I can actually taste on my dotAIO with the dotShell installed, maybe now that thing will get some use. This is a pretty straightforward recipe and only the first version of it, feel free to play around with the %'s of those dark sweeteners and see what works, the toffee comes through quite well at 1%, I would like to see some more of that butterscotch though. I suppose it all depends on the device you use it on too. I haven't been able to taste anything on this pod, I'm more of an RDA lover myself :) Please reduce the SS if you wish, all the percentages are high because pods.
Give this a week to steep for best results. It's possible to SNV it but I think the custard really starts to fill out and combine with the darker flavours by day 5 (and the toffee settles down) TPA VC2 is top notch custard indeed!
I'm a new mixer, started in April, only just started playing with some MTL stuff and any feedback is appreciated so I can improve my mixing skills. I swore I'd never get a dotAIO but when the hype still hadn't died down I figured I'd get one for when dripping isn't practical, ya know :)
This is taking my Guava Soda recipe and tweaking it into a cream float for the #MHM homework of Cream Soda Ice Cream.....
You can find my inspiration from the origional recipe here: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/201375#guava_soda_by_johnny2vapes
Update: I changed the LB Vanilla Ice Cream to TFA's Vanilla Bean Ice cream and sat it at 1.5% as it was overtaking the delicate notes of the guava, I also changed the FLV white chocolate for FLV Cream since it's just a much better bridge to the ice cream. Lastly I was lacking the element of carbonation so I figured a little VT Sherbet would do the trick. Thank you to @Wolfwheeler for the help in tweaking this recipe
A creamy swirl mix,combining pineapple,papaya,mango and peaches.Based on an actual yogurt swirl with fruits i had tasted.
I find this mix quite balanced,nothing is overpowering and i believe that even people who are not that into fruit recipes,will enjoy it
Las Almas Libres siempre hablan el mismo idioma..
For this recipe, I was really wanting a to find a good mango centered dessert using creams or milks I had been experimenting with lately. So I decided to K.I.S.S. and just take a stab at a simple Mango Cream which is almost custard-y but more akin to a heavy whipped cream with mango puree folded in a pushed through a sieve. At least that's what I was going for in my mind.
Cream(Milky Undertones) & FLV Cream: These two for me work really well as a duo to add creaminess to a recipe. I have been using them at a 2 to 1 ratio and they compliment each other very well this way, FLV cream adding a lot more weight to the milky undertones.. This creates a nice cream base, along with the vanilla swirl, for the mango to sit on.
Vanilla Swirl: This is used basically as the main body and adds a dessert vanilla note to the mix. At 3% this does the trick.
FLV Mango: I hear from most people this is the best mango and it didn't disappoint. It is thick and well rounded and really accentuates my favorite aspects of a mango. I used it at 1% because I wanted more of the cream/dessert aspects to come out so the mango didn't take over. I like it where it is, but If you wanted more mango and a little less of the vanilla cream base, I think 2% would work just fine.
Blood Orange(Natural): Added in a very small quantity to add a bit of acidity to the mix that I thought it needed. The flavor of orange doesn't really come across as much as just the acidity does.
Strawberry Gummy Candy: This might seem like a weird choice, and admittedly it may be. But I wanted a sort of gelatinous, sweet, candy sort of mouthfeel to round out any harsh edges left over from adding the orange. And I love this flavor so it seemed like even if the strawberry came forward a bit, I would still like the mix. For me, at a half of a percent I don't really taste strawberry but it did get some of that mouthfeel I was looking for so I kept it in.
This is a work in progress and I am always open to any suggestions to make my mixes better as I am a relatively new mixer (only about 6 months). Enjoy!
Peaches come from a can.
They were put there by a man.
In a factory downtown.
But seriously though. Do you like peaches? Do you like cheesecake? Then not only should you have most of these flavors in your stash already, but you're going to fuggin love this all day vape
Peaches N Cream Cheesecake is the profile here. Interesting you might think. Does this exist? Yup. It sure does. Inspired by TOC Michelle H. To make this flavor profile, I took it a step further and with the help of DaytimeFrank and TamVapes, we were able to create this delicious recipe that I am 100% satisfied with.
On the inhale you get a nice, thick, creamy cheesecake and then the peaches hit you. Juicy, wet, sweet but natural tasting peach essence comes flying out of your mouth upon the exhale which leaves your tongue and lungs craving more.
Let me know what you think, and as always, sweeten to taste 😉
This is a recipe that came from a desire to add some ash to a previous recipe I've done.
Since then I retired the old recipe and kicked this out. I loved the old one but this should be better, if you desire a little kick.
I hope you enjoy.
As a note day 1 steep: there is definitely a sweet honey taste as well as a slightly rough tobacco note on the inhale. On the exhale that all seems to go away and it's left with an ashy aftertaste. Based on my previous recipe without the Black Honey this should all go away with a good steep.
This is my favorite cream right now. I've started using it in mixes in place of FA Fresh Cream. It brings a good body to a cream base without being too heavy or overwhelmingly "dairy" while still giving a pleasant creamy smoothness. It does offer a very slight sweetness, and really helps harmonize flavors.
A lot of people claimed they sensed a sort of "spice" to it, which I didn't detect in any of my mixes. After trying it as a standalone though, there is definitely a bit of spice to it. IDK Why but I went for it at 3.5%, and I get almost like an horchata flavor from it, which I find very interesting. In mixes at .5-1% I don't detect the spice.