Used in 187 recipes at an average of 1.392%.
In the process of moving existing recipes from ELR I feel are worthy of being included in my ATF portfolio. Huck Yeah I think fits right in with my other formulations.
A number of people stated all they could taste in my older formulation of this profile was the berries, So I decided to update with this revision. If you're into creamy, tart and sweet recipes I can recommend this one.
Find the old recipe here: e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/746418/Huckleberry+Cheesecake
■ TFA CGC, TFA Graham Clear, CAP NY Cheesecake
This combination makes up the cheesecake base.
■ CAP Sweet Cream
Contributes a "cheesy" texture with a little cream cheese filling. Also bestows weight to the mix.
■ FLV Blueberry Muffin
Used to add bottom ripeness to the huckleberry with a little texture to the graham.
■ FLV Strawberry
Used to append a fatty jammy depth to the berry while not muddling strawberry notes.
■ TFA Huckleberry
Use this sh*t with a light hand. Not kidding. Goes perfume quickly. Less is more with this bad boy. In this revision I felt it was the best level for prominence while meshing with the creamy tart notes.
■ CAP Super Sweet
Obviously cheesecake is sweet.
Be sure to follow me on YouTube for future mixing updates:
Strawberry Milk and Honey
Someone please give this a mix and just let me know what you think bad or good..I happen to be maken Pinky by @Deweysuds and Vurvacious Milk & Honey by @killacode You got to give credit where credit is due.. and I Accidentally dripped them together...and it didnt taste to bad..Well I just decided to try a mix with both profiles came up with this. Please let me know what you all think..
A remix Method1's Lemonaids which is a remix of SlashaLO's Satyra.
This shit bangs. No subs possible. Best damn ratio of concentrates in the game. Fuck me up, fam.
ATF won't allow me to put the accurate steep day for this one, so please note that this recipe is best at about 5 days BEFORE you mix it. Trust me.
We all know the pink ones are our favorite! There has been many liquids out there with this profile, but this has became my all day vape.
Credit to Kopel on the Jelly candy/vanilla swirl combo to give that starburst type base which works great on this. The JF sweet strawberry is the main candy pink strawberry note in this. The JF pink burst is not my favorite flavoring, but combined with the FLV strawberry it give that pink tart candy pop that is missing. Best after a couple days, but very good shake and vape. Enjoy
I wanted to contribute to REMIX MONTH but I wanted something outside my normal bakery type flavors to use.
I LOVED Ruby Roo's Nola Flavor as a great summer vape, but it's been over 6 months since I last had it so this was going by memory and flavor description as best I could.
"Nola is a traditional Australian pavlova meringue topped with whipped cream, strawberries, kiwi, and passionfruit."
I knew right away the passion fruit was FA passion fruit so that was easy. The taste really stands out to me, though it's fairly sutble in the vape itself, I would recoginize it anywhere. I knew it would have to be low to just barely peak through with that slight tropical/floral note it carries. .5% brings the perfect hint of flavor without the throat it that it brings used higher.
I'm a strawberry non-taster so I always struggle with strawberry juices, but I could taste a small amount of a ripe, slightly sweet strawberry in Nola. I can't taste TFA Straw ripe at all so I doubted it was in there, but I can taste FA Red touch (Strawberry) so it was my first though, it carries a real strawberry flavor with a slight dryness to it. I've heard it described as freeze dried strawberry and I think that's pretty accurate. Looking for something to bring a little life back into FA Strawberry I went with FLV strawberry over the others. I'm not a huge fan of TFA Strawberry, and originally I tried INW Shisha strawberry, but it made it a little to candy feeling for me. going with a 2:1 ratio of FA and FLV strawberry with 4%/2% helped bring to life the strawberry and sweeten it just a touch.
Up front I don't have a ton of experience with Kiwi so I wasn't sure on this one. I only have FW and TFA DBL.
Comparing the two, I found TFA Kiwi double to be a little more candied kiwi, whereas FW seemed a little juicy, almost like would you'd get in a yoplay Strawberry Kiwi yogurt. It's a bit of a weak flavor it self but I knew it needed to stand up to provide some juicyness to the overall vape so I took the % up slowly to stand contrast to the strawberry.
FA Meringue was an easy choice here, it's a very sweet, real meringue flavor when used higher to be more of a main note vs. and accent so 2% worked really well. When vaping Nola though I swore up and down I tasted a slight sweet bakery note, like you'd get from a baked meringue. Wanting to really keep that sweet bakery flavor sutble I went right to CAP sugar cookie, 1.5% doesn't taste like cookie, but it provides some baked sugar sweetness to the merignue to fill out that base perfectly.
So this one is doubtfully what they use in Nola, but I only have FA whipped cream and CAP van whipped cream. More than likely I would guess they use TFA whipped cream as FA is disconnected in the states, but I didn't want the weight it brings to the table so I went with CAP van whipped cream. It's fluffy and light and I only get a slight vanilla taste to it. 1.5% was enough to provide a light fluffy mouth feel at the end of the vape with a hint of vanilla accenting the fruits.
Let it steep for a few days so that passion fruit settles in to the recipe and have at it!
All in all from memory this isn't a 1:1 clone, but it's incredibly similar and really hits the spot for the craving of NOLA as well as being a great sweet and bring summer vape.
There are many like it, but this one is mine!
Well mostly. I borrowed @matthewkocanda 's milkshake base, subbed in Malted Milk instead of TFA Cheesecake Graham Crust because it doesn't work for me. But what inspired me to go through with it was FLV Strawberry. When i first smelled and then back-of-the-hand tasted that flavor I couldn't imagine what the heck FLV was thinking. But it turns out to be the floral, seedy note of a strawberry. Just what you'd expect to find a bit of when you blend an entire strawberry in a milkshake. It really gives an authenticity to this recipe that I've never experienced before. Banana is optional, but of all the bananas I tried, I found this one to complement best.
A perfect Red Starburst. Creamy and sweet. This is flavor-bending in action, mind-blowing execution from one of my mixing idols on ELR. Amy is on point, as usual.
This was my ADV for many months. Needs 24 hours to bloom and homogenize. The timeframe is about 3 weeks before the FLV ingredients start to fade. All credit to the BRILLIANT mixer "Amy***" from ELR. Hope to see her posting on ATF soon.