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For all those sitting outside on one of those hot summer nights and craving a more natural and refreshing vape, dont look any further.
This is a delicious blueberry frozen yoghurt recipe, which for me hits this spot exactly.
I wanted to really nail a more natural taste experience instead of a candied overly sweet one and this recipe truely did this for me.
Also my first recipe release so if you try this please consider leaving a review on how you liked it or what you might change.
Road to perfection is a hard one as you know.
I used the blueberry trinity (FW, TPA & FA) as a base here because it brought a lot of the blueberry aspects i wanted already. The billberry is upped a bit in percentage to pull the blueberry a bit more to the natural side.
FW blackberry is added here for a bit more depth and help the blueberry flavor not to get lost in the yoghurt and the WS-23.
FW yoghurt is great as a base cream here for the thicker mouthfeel and creamyness. FLV greek yoghurt adds that little zingy slightly sour undertone of a natural yoghurt, which i wanted in this recipe. At last the little bit of VTA milkshake base added really well to that natural yoghurt taste to make the cream consistent even when adding WS-23 (Ran into muting issues with cooling agents and creams in the past a lot)
FE Lemon is not really noticable as a lemon flavor in the recipe more there to boost and help seperate the blueberry from the yoghurt to make it taste like whole blueberrys in a yoghurt more than blueberries blended into a yoghurt.
WS-23 for cooling obviously can also be taken higher or left out completely. Tweak to your likings ;)
Super Sweet, "only" 0.25% because i dont like my recipes overly sweet and the prominent blueberry already brings a good bit of natural sweetness by itself
This one is for Wayne to critique. I've always been after a Honeycomb Ice Cream profile. If anyone knows anything about flavours, its wayne! Will update the notes shortly!!
Ice Cream base primary consists of Liquid Barn Vanilla Ice Cream, after finding this I've never turned back, a fantastic full ice cream. Used Flv Smooth Vanilla to add that extra Vanilla, a very strong flavour so used very low. I added a touch of Flv Greek Yoghurt and Flv Cream to enhance the milky texture of the ice cream. I also backed the ice cream up with a very underrated mix of VT Hokey Pokey and VT Coffee Milk Froth. The later actually intertwines well with the Honeycomb flavour.
For the Honeycomb, it goes without saying VT Honeycomb is the one I went with. A gooey sweet Honeycomb that reaches the end of your tongue. Flv Smoked Butterscotch and FW Butterscotch Ripple help add a more authentic touch.
I hope you enjoy this concoction of wonderful flavours!!
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This is a dream for me. A beautiful authentic Apricot Creamy Vape.
Not any subs for this, unless you want a different profile all together.
Molinberry Apricot is my favorite Apricot to date. Sasami Apricot is a great Apricot, it is a beast to work with, but in this % and this combination, it adds a ripeness to this that is just amazing, and TFA Nectarine adds that extra bit of juiciness.
If you have the flavors, do yourself a favor and mix this.
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A berry candy with a creamy and chewy texture reminiscent of starburst!
Full disclosure - I basically ripped off /u/Concreteriver's starburst base. His Cherry Hills recipe is delightful, check it out.
I added a little INW Lemon Mix to brighten and add a little juice to my berry combo. FW Razzleberry + FLV Boysenberry in conjunction make for a really nice dark berry candy.
I subbed in JF Pink Burst in our starburst base because I like it better than FW's offering and it meshed well with the berries.
Pretty tasty candy vape.
Hey, this is the recipe release for a discontinued one shot at Chef's Flavours in the heartrendingly beautiful EJuiceMakers line. Shoutout to Chef's and everyone who picked this one up.
The original description was: "Chewy candy with a classic blend of cherry, strawberry, orange, and lemon. Stellar and explosive." What I couldn't say was that this is a starburst recipe. But like all the starbursts at once. Whatever. It was a good recipe.
I figured it probably needed some actual development notes, so here goes...
I had been playing around with the platonic concept of "the starburst" for a long ass time. And I thought I was making some headway. I had originally posted a simplified version of this recipe as BURST. The key part of the recipe, for me at least, was trying to nail down the texture. And I feel like we mostly got there.
This base wouldn't have been possible without guidance/wholesale theft. Kopel originally put me on to the Vanilla Swirl as a taffy base idea, and yeah, it works. Most taffy has a background vanilla, and a vanilla swirl has this weird waxy, thick texture to it. I remember going through revisions and nailing down 2.5% as the amount of vanilla swirl you could add without the maltol in the flavor muting everything to shit. Marshmallow is added to further bring up that chewy, waxy texture. TPA Marshmallow is another flavor that mutes, so .5% is about as high as I could stomach for the integrity of the mix. The Greek Yogurt was ripped off from Steam's appermelon gummy recipe. I still don't 100% understand why it works, but a touch of FLV Greek Yogurt really does add to the chew of a recipe, and the butyric notes steep out really, really quick.
Those three flavors together make for a hell of a chewy candy base when slammed up against big, bright fruit flavors.
A traditional american starburst mix is cherry, strawberry, orange and lemon. FW Starburst Type (or Star Candy or whatever non trademark infringing name they are selling this under this week) has a pretty damn accurate starburst orange and lemon vibe. I don't get any strawberry or cherry from it, but the citrus parts are bold, bright, and sweet with a pretty intense bite. The muting properties of the base soak up some of the bite, but I think it still gets the point across. TPA Strawberry isn't the best strawberry for the job here, but it does work. I needed a big, pink candy strawberry with some softer edges. JF Sweet Strawberry at 3% works better. Maybe use that one if you have it, but the TPA still delivers.
...AND THE CHERRY. You can hack together three cherry-ish flavors for something that doesn't taste like gasoline and almost looks like a cherry in the right light. Or you can just use TPA Cherry Extract if you can deal with a weak, candied cherry flavor that isn't garbage. It's weak though! And it has some water in it! So you'll never get a bold, vibrant cherry out of it, but it works as a complement and that's all I needed here.
This only has .5% of FW Sweetener in there. Feel free to sub in CAP SS. The recipe works with it. I think this was from a transitional period before I fully embraced sweetener for candy-type vapes. If I had to do it all over again I'd probably switch to SS at .5% or FW Sweetener at like 2%.
So, this is my best attempt at a normal-ass starburst recipe. I liked it. Steeping with this recipe is a bit tricky though. I think it needs at least a week for everything to settle down and thicken. And I think it gets too muted after 3-4 weeks. So it's definitely not perfect, but it's the closest I've tasted to a mouthful of classic starbursts.
Yogurt with cranberry, quince, and a touch of spice.
I find CAP Cranberry a little sweet, so I wanted to use it with a yogurt, rather than a cream base.
The TPA Quince is the perfect compliment to the Cranberry.
FLV Persimmon Spice is one of my favorites to add to fruit.
Tested on Pixie, 0.27 ohm, 45 watt