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(FLV) Cream


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This is a thick, creamy homemade style rice pudding with a touch of cinnamon.

The VT Rice Base adds to the depth of the flavour of the FE Sweet Rice as well as helping it not to fade nearly as badly (thanks to NordicFlavours for his appearance on Noted and that tip).

Could probably sub the MB coconut for FLV Sweet Coconut- maybe at 0.5-0.75%? Although I haven’t tried that myself yet. I was originally going to use FLV but I’d just got the MB and wanted to play around with it as it’s such a great coconut. It’s not massively coconutty in this recipe, more like rice pudding that’s been made with a little coconut milk. I was originally trying to make a tropical rice pudding so it’s a hangover from that. I found it adds another layer to the cream and brings richness, so I left it in.

I used JF Bavarian Cream as it has a really nice vanilla note. But it’s not the thick, rich cream I wanted on it’s own so I paired it with FLV Cream and TFA Vanilla Swirl.

Rich Cinnamon is by far my favourite cinnamon- I get a metallic taste from a lot of others. I’ve made a 10% dilution of FLV Rich Cinnamon in a 10ml tester bottle so it’s easier to add tiny % of it to a mix.

I use 0.5% of CAP Super Sweet in most things, but do whatever you usually do with sweetener. I don’t think it would be bad without it.

This is a SNV recipe, but let it sit for an hour or two before vaping. It’s even better with an overnight steep.

I named this recipe after a longtime friend of mine that I’ve affectionately referred to as “Pipsqueak” for the 7 years I’ve known her.

It’s a strawberry Greek yogurt. The base of the yogurt uses Liquid Barn’s Greek Yogurt as the foundation with supporting elements derived from FLV cream, FA meringue and Liquid Barn vanilla ice cream. FLV cream helps shoot the creaminess of the yogurt into the stratosphere while FA meringue helps sweeten it up, and Liquid Barn vanilla ice cream further enhances and drives home the dairy note of the yogurt profile. Overall, these elements create a yogurt profile that is incredibly creamy, smooth and tangy. This is the first recipe I’ve ever used LB’s Greek Yogurt and I found myself in love with it.

The strawberries used in the recipe create a mix of natural and candied strawberry elements that blend well wit the yogurt.

Sweetener is always optional. My first batch I used .5%, and while tasty, felt it made the recipe a bit too sweet. .25% seems to be the sweet spot. No pun intended.

If you want the full description go watch the Mixin Vixin's episode #92 Nutty Buns -- Written desciption - a Cinnamon Bun with icing and thinly shaved sweetened coconut and almonds.

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A version 2 strawberry milkshake with some changes that makes the mix even better. I recommend to steep it for at least 5 days and its ready to vape. Enjoy!

An ice cream vanilla ice cream with pistachio. Really creamy and with really great new concentrate of WF pistachio cream, it gives a nice result. Steep it 5 days and its ready. Enjoy!

Sweet Vanilla Cream Tobacco

FLV Cured and FLV Classic cigarette together make an earthy classic cigarette styled tobacco, with the addition of DYFS Holy Vanilla we give the entire blend a sweet malted vanilla cream flavour.
With this three is quite nice but i added 1% FLV Cream to get a luxurious velvelty vanilla cream.

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Menu Description: Fritter dough with elderflower petals and a dash of Cordial, deep fried and dusted with powdered sugar.

3 time Mixer's Club submission!!!!!

Notes: So, elderflower fritters are actually a thing. I’ve never tried them, but they really are a thing! There are two ways to make them. In one you actually dip the flower heads in batter and fry them. In the other, the flowers are milled into a classic fritter dough, with some Cordial thrown in to bolster their flavor, and fried. Both are dusted with powdered sugar and served warm. I was envisioning the second type when I created this recipe. I’ve never eaten fried flower heads, but I can imagine what a dough with elderflower in it would taste like.

With that said, the recipe is pretty straight forward. The Deep Fried Pastry Dough and Zeppola make up the fritter dough. The Elderflower and Powdered Sugar make up the elderflower and powdered sugar! The Cream and the Marshmallow keep the mix from being dry and softens the sharpness of the elderflower into the sweetness of the dough.

This needs at least 5 days to develop. Off the shake it takes like hot metal! After a day or two it tastes like a powdered sugar donut with a little zest. By day 5 the elderflower starts to shine. The bakery notes take on a more fried dough characteristic, rather than just a donut. The powdered sugar tastes more like fresh powdered sugar versus the mass produced, sitting on a shelf for god knows how long, kind of powdered sugar you get on those donuts. It’s still a tad dry. I’m not sure if that will steep out or if the recipe needs some tweaks. I’m also not sure if this tastes anything like an elderflower fritter. But it’s interesting and different. I think it’s a profile worth exploring further with the help of MC.

Mixed at 70VG/30PG with Essential Depot mats.

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"I remember blue skies, I remember how you were..." - SOLSTICE, STARSET

SNV is pretty sub par - I've steeped this from 7 days to 30 and it seems to start really coming out around 7-8 days and then it's preference from there. This is my first recipe I'm posting publicly, and this is version 4; it's still a work in progress; any feedback would be appreciated.

I tested & refined this on a Hadaly RDA at 55W, .37-.40 Ω

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HS Blueberry - The first blueberry I got for my initial dive into DIY. Originally in this recipe it was a standalone blueberry (@ 2.5% if you're curious) and it gave a nice, sweet blueberry taste, but it's just not what I wanted for this recipe.

TPA Blueberry (Extra) - This gives more of the fruity, wet blueberry taste as if there were chunks of it in the ice cream without overwhelming the peach entirely.

CAP Juicy Peach - Standalone I don't really care for this flavor, but the way it melds with the ice cream and the blueberry in this recipe in particular is so sweet and lovely, I couldn't NOT refine this recipe. It almost gives that taste as if you cut up a fresh peach, placed it over the top of the ice cream and sometimes you get a bite of peach, sometimes you just get the juice melting into the ice cream.

LB Vanilla Ice Cream - Honestly this base is just so easy to work with and mold to whatever flavor you like; in this particular recipe it's not as heavy in the inhale, but the exhale gives a soft, wonderful vanilla ice cream taste with bits of fruit.

FLV Cream - Honestly this just boosts the creaminess of the ice cream, and helps melt everything together into one cohesive flavor profile for me. I've done this with vanilla swirl, whipped cream, and finally landed on FLV Cream as the best option for what I was going for here.

Thank you @Spacolie16 for helping me out with this. It's 'cause of your willingness to deal with me asking you the same question 100 times in 50 different ways that I got this how I wanted it. :)

●Strong Tobacco.
●Cream.


Simple and delicious out of the shake

Dessert tobacco.
Wanted an dessert tobacco for after Thanksgiving festivities.
This is a delicious RY4. Graham cracker, Hazelnut, and Caramel Toffee carry the profile with some notes of tobacco from the Sweet and Smokey/ Ry4 Double.
Great off the shake. Id vape it as it steeps and taste the tobacco developing.
MTL tested. Billet box/Xeta bridge. 26.5 watts

Flavor Notes

By: CheebaSteeba Score: 95 / 100 Solo: 2.0% Mix: 1.0% Steep: 3 days Difficulty: 10 / 100

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.


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