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A profile I've been working on since I started DIYing . . . blueberry oatmeal cookie. This has a lot of layering trying to get to that oatmeal cookie, and this is as close as I've come to hitting it.
The blueberry itself is a combo of FW Blueberry, WF Blueberry Jam, and FLV Jammy Berry . . . going for that close to cooked, jammed-up blueberry rather than ripe blueberry.
The cookie is the real beast here. The star of the show being, in my opinion, JF Cookie V2. It is, hands down, my favorite cookie. There are a lot of other moving parts here layered atop one another trying to reach oatmeal cookie heaven. 0.25% FLV Granola still shines through without dominating the mix like a higher percentage would . . . that stuff is a bully in a mix.
I know these overly-complex recipes are not everyone's cup of tea . . . but this has been such a long-sought-after pursuit. I felt compelled to share it. If you mix it, I hope you enjoy it!
FLV Boysenberry, PUR Boysenberry Preserves, and FLV Jammy Berry form the "berry trinity" of this recipe. RF (SC) Lemon and FLV Lemonade bring an authentic lemon flavor that is also somewhat sweet. Finally, VT Fizzy Sherbert and CAP Super Sweet back up the Lemonade and Jammy Berry respectively.
I get a sweet, light berry from the inhale and lemon on the exhale.
I tried a wonderful soda when out at a trendy restaurant recently called Burgandee Creaming Soda by the Aussie based Bundaberg Brewing Co. This beverage got me me very excited. The depth of flavor was delicious AF!
Right away I was inspired to try and bring this to life in a vape.
While it appears by the label this beverage is meant to be based on red grapes there is very little grape flavor in this (if any). As described on their website it is described as a "Crafted to an authentic recipe, this red berry brew is one of a kind". I have to agree with that. This is a lovely blend of deep berries in a vanilla like enriched soda base that would satisfy even the most discerning of palettes.
This had me excited to get mixing!
I am familiar with the soda base required here using VT Creaming Soda (with that lovely vanilla), with the VT Fizzy sherbet working well together. However the slight lemony note on the back if the Fizzy sherbet was a concern but rather it really assisted the blend of the berries and compliments this profile beautifully.
I went to work to create a lovely Berry Syrup to add to the base and the blending of FLV Boysenberry, FLV Jammy Berry, & FA Blackcurrant is the right mix here to provide that lovely deep deliciousness.
However to add a little more depth of vanilla through the middle a few drops of FLV Smooth Vanilla were used with delicate finesse.
A little VT Golden Syrup & a little Cap Super sweet offers a lovely rich dark sweetness here in this profile.
After just 3 days steep, this is just as delicious as the wonderful experience I enjoyed with the excellent beverage I was inspired by.
Off the shake it was wonderful but the berry blend gets way better after the short steep.
I enjoy this at 65W on a Single 0.2ohm SST coil on a Recurve RDA.
I hope you enjoy this just as much as I enjoyed creating this recipe, but let me know what you thought in the comments below.
Seriously if you like a solid recipe that works give it a go!
Cheers for reading this far, now go and get mixing!
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Tested on Haku Venna @.30 ohm 45 watts.
So I took my Bourberry Jam, took out the bourbon, and added a yummy yogurt cream base with blueberry and Granola to make this delicious Jam Berry Yogurt Parfait.
OOO Blackberry is crazy strong so you have to go low or else it turns into a perfumed mess. I added FLV Jammy Berry to make it stickier and add other berries and sweetness. CAP NY Cheesecake creates the slightly cheese-y inside and OOO whipped cream and vanilla custard are there for body and creaminess. Zeppola is giving the pastry effect with NR Sugar crunch to add a "crunch" or fried note. You can nix the berries and add whatever fruit/etc of your choice or none at all.
Okaaaaay, Cornflake Tart :)
Short crust pastry base, mixed berry jam topped with golden syrup doused cornflakes.
FA Apple pie provides the pastry, VTA raspberry jam is the main component towards the jam, being bent by the Saskatoon and jammy berry to a more “mixed” berry jam although still heavy on the raspberry. CAP cereal 27 alone is not enough to class as cornflakes and needed help so FA corn, again at a 10% dilution can work wonders in a recipe if you sparingly and correctly... golden syrup is self explanatory and sweetener is subjective so drop it out if you wish.
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ATF does not have FA corn 10% dilution in the database
This is taking my Bourberry Jam Recipe and adding 3 ingredients to make a delicious Pound Cake with a touch of icing.
Give this about 5 days for the fruits and creams to all come together, and have a delicious, dark berry jammy cake. This was tested on a Hadeon @.18 ohms 50 watts, and I have been vaping this on my topside with a recurve single coil @.25 ohms 50 watts.
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Tested on Haku Venna @.30 ohm 45 watts.
Absolutely delicious after the shake; however, in a few days the depth of the bourbon and jammy Berry will come together and be even more mouth watering.
This recipe was inspired by a recipe I mixed of Simon Atherton, many know him on ELR as Woftam. Not a clone of his recipe by any means, just inspired.
This will make a terrific syrup/jam base to keep mixed as a one shot and add yogurt, ice cream, cookie, or custard. Just use your imagination and mix away.
A popular biscuit, raspberry jam and set vanilla cream sandwiched between 2 blonde shortbread discs.
Starting with the biscuit I used CAP sugar cookie, INW biscuit and WF shortbread... I then added vanilla custard for richness and dried it all up with Acetyl Pyrazine.
The jam is self explanatory and that consists of VTA raspberry jam and FLV jammy berry twists the bright raspberry to a darker raspberry whilst also adding more of that pectin content.
The cream isn’t actually a cream in the real deal biscuit, it’s more of a powdered sugar barely moistened and then vanillafied which sets to a sort of chocolate-less ganache so Vanilla buttercream frosting was the perfect choice, used fairly high here to climb above the custard.
I suggest using Sucralose here to aid the buttercream and the jam but it’s entirely down to your taste and is subjective :)
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