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on the inhale you get a brown sugar oat, multigrain cereal that transition to a cinnamon baked sweet apple
For the cereal base the Apple snacks is good but light on the cinnamon and baked apple to me so the addition of apple filling provides that in spades . The honey circles is a very much like honey nut cheerios to me and really pushes that oat cereal note . , hazelnut was added just as a accent note to add a toasted nut note to the cereal
For the milk I wanted a slightly thicker creamy milk base so the use of flv cream does that well along with meringue and a touch of vanilla marshmallow for sweetness and more body .
Milk and honey was added for a dark sweetness for the mix
Add sweetner to y our liking this is pretty sweet as is but I added .3% of flv sweetness
How about them Molinberry flavours...
Shape Up Pear and Blueberry are one of their best in my opinion and they pair up nicely too.
The idea for this profile came to me from the Arizona drink Blueberry White Tea, while skipping the tea part here.
I just wanted a fresh & sweet fruity vape for this one.
I did layer in some other blueberries (HS&FW) because I needed it to be more pungeant. Also adding some (FA) Pear for juiciness and that fruity sweetness.
(TPA) Sour is added to lift up the whole recipy and make it fresher overall.
Super Sweet is entirely up to your liking, but I would say 0.25% is a minimum for these fruity vapes.
Do enjoy and all the best ;)
My initial mix up of this week's recipe turned out poorly so I had to remix it without getting the benefit of a few weeks of steeping like the first version got. This has been steeping now for 8 days, and has turned out lovely and was actually pretty good off the shake, though the creamy flavors have started to shine through now that it has had a bit of steep time. I would say this needs about 2 weeks steeping, maybe 3 to be fully stabilized, but if you're a mix and shake vaper this will work, but maybe mix up a big bottle or a second batch to allow one to steep as well.
The ice cream layer in this recipe is made up of Delosi's Vanilla Cream and FA Vienna Cream. These creams are actually DAAP free, so I did have to use a few other ingredients to DAAP it up a bit for you DAAP lovers. The FLV Cream adds a bit of Diacetyl, and the WF Caramel Butter definitely has some level of DAAP in it that adds to the overall thickness of the ice cream flavor. The Caramel is meant to be mixed into the ice cream, as it is a caramel ice cream so there shouldn't be much in the way of separation in these layers, but should be blended all into one.
Aged Bourbon Cream is the drizzle that tops this ice cream, as I thought it would be something a bit different and contrasting to the caramel notes. And instead of adding yet another cream to add to the whipped cream layer, I just kind of ignored the whipped cream as I felt it would get lost in the ice cream notes. I used FA Nut Mix over the other types of nuts because I know this flavor gives a good slight nut note when used at a low percentage and it wouldn't overpower the other flavors making it a nut ice cream rather than just a topping. Since I had poor results trying to get a toffee pecan type of note in the first attempt, I just settled for a hint of nut to go in there.
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Created using the new FLV Sweet and Smokey Tobacco. This is a sweet tobacco with some ashy notes. I paired it with fLV Tatanka which is a dark sweet cheeing tobacco. Butterscotch is used to make it more desserty, and pairs perfectly with Smoked Butterscotch. To enhance a bit of nuttiness from the tobacco i used Kinako Soy, and this needed a fruit to bring in some sweeter notes, so Fig was used as an accent. Of course FLV Cream is perfect to blend together and smooth any off notes. So take a ride with me and try this delicious tobacco. And if it was meant to be, leave your thoughts. 💜💜💜.
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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.