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Green Tea Latte!
I've attempted this profile many times with different teas. That being said, I'm a stubborn son of a bitch. I've always thought it was missing some kind of vaguely green, earthy note. FA Kiwi isn't the best kiwi, but it does help push the green tea more forward. FE Green Tea is the most like matcha to me, a little grassy and earthy. I'm not the biggest fan of Eisai Tea just because it's a little to dry and floral to me, but feel free to add it in here. This recipe is similar to my other attempts before I had FA Milk, I've tried other milks, creams, but there if you want straight up milk you need to get FA Milk. Finally CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream for some froth.
I have been searching for a good green tea for a while. I am a big fan of the drink and like vapes that are not too sweet. I finally sat down with all my green teas and dripped them on my Wasp Nano until i found a combination that works.
I think the FLV Eisai Tea provides the earthy notes, the FE Green Tea the high notes and the TFA Sweet Tea brings it all together.
It takes at least a 2 week steep to get the earthy notes ( i also mix it and put it in a water bath when i first make it).
I love Japan food but vape sushi is not a great idea. So I tried to emulate a japanese dessert: Green Tea Icecream with Azuki (red bean jam).
The recipe is very simple and tasty with less then 7% flavoring.
A combination of LB Vanilla ice cream and CAP Vanilla custard
FE Green tea is the perfect solution. I tried MB natural green tea also, but FE is a better and faithfull solution
VT red bean is a perfect Azuki jam. I tried to add VT jam it but it would alter the red bean flavor.
Sweet and steep
Green tea is bitter, so we need a 0.75 CAP super sweet here.
You need at least 3 days of steeping here in order to obtain the perfect mix of green tea and azuki.
Enjoy, review, vape!
Now I understand, you'll look at this recipie, and think, whoa thats alot of flavours....
Each one has its own place to create the perfet fruit tea blend, with an extremely subtle mint feel.
It all started with a wonderful cuppa tea from a coffee house here in the uk. Primary ingredients being Apple, Papaya, Mint Leaves and Rose Petals.
The Tea smelt and tasted so good, I recreated it in a Vapable form.
HLQ Black Tea is Chefs Fab MIx Black Tea
If you have the concentrates to mix it up, let me know what you think.
My goal is to create something like SVRF’s satisfying.
I’m going to do my best to describe this the way I was dissecting it in my head.
Tea Base - TFA sweet tea and FE green tea. I like the sweet tea as the main flavor with a small amount of green tea to give it some more body. Koolada is added because , this is after all a cold beverage. I want to keep it as authentic as possible in that realm.
“Tea Syrup” - INW and FLV Raspberry with FA White Peach. I’ve used either of these raspberry’s separately in the past, I wanted something that tasted both real and candy-like. I put in a small amount of FA white peach to give the raspberry something to pop off of. I also like the harshness of white peach and feel like it gives me a nice bit of TH.
Finally, I’m using stevia in this mix for now. I haven’t tried it but will often reach for CAP super sweet when I need sweetener.
Week 9 - The Year of Mixing Challenge on Flavor-Pro's FB Group.
This is a remixed version of a floral fruity tea I had been making for a friend of mine some years ago, but some of the flavors I had used are no longer in production or I've found better flavors since then. So this new version of this tea utilizes a large amount of flavors at very low amounts each. This recipe isn't going to be for everyone, really it's only for us weirdos who like this type of flavor, like me and Kopel. If you are feeling daring and have all of these flavors give it a mix. If you have no idea if you like floral flavors, this could be a bit much of a recipe to get all the flavors for and not know if you like florals.
You can add a touch of sweetener to this if you want to, I personally don't sweeten it beyond the flavorings that are in there. But if I were going to sweeten it I would go rather low with it so it doesn't turn into candy.
Yes you can shake and vape this, but it will be lacking in notes that take longer to steep. I say give this a minimum of 14 days to steep, 21 will have even more of the tea flavors coming through the fruit and the floral notes continue to calm down until it's steep for a full month.