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Lemon Baker's Delight! This recipe is an example of simplicity at it's finest. For a recipe to be good, it doesn't have to be complex. In fact, I've found that the simpler the recipe, for the most part, the better the recipe is for picking up on all the different layers in the mix. Too many flavorings can muddy or mute the over-all recipe.
Lemon Baker's Delight is a moist lemon cake with hints of vanilla on the inhale and finishes with a nice toasted marshmallow on the exhale. Not much more to say about the profile except, that's it is delicious!
Can be a shake and vape, but is best after a 3 day steep.
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I've been working on this recipe for some time and considering it is #RemixMonth, the time for release is now.
Most think Blue Moon ice cream has blueberry in it, and that is far from the reality. A historical look at the recipe origins of this midwest favorite gives many clues as to the ingredients. Bottom line, it is a raspberry and lemon profile. It's not blue, but it sure makes you think it is. No Name Craft Eliquids is a fan favorite line of juices, and for those that are familiar with the line know that Blue Moon is their most popular liquid next to SPF 15.
Most Remixs I consider as rock solid once they get to the 70% mark in terms of replication. Nailing them down exactly is near impossible, but getting the profile right is most of the battle. In this case? I think I am at 90%! This is the closest I have come to replicating an exact juice. It is hands down one of my favorites of all time, and I have gone through many iterations leading up to this recipe.
The base of this recipe is VBIC, and it stands out. However, there is a creaminess beyond that with slight coconut undertones at higher watts. Enter CGC. The CGC adds a buttery richness that occasionally gives you the effect in the original liquid. Adding some Biscuit to the mix moves the buttery cream effect even higher and closer to the original. Vanilla Swirl pumps up the vanilla profile a bit to keep it from getting too cheesecake like. Additionally, it maintains the sweet and buttery effect the original recipe is known for.
What is left is the blue effect, and was the most daunting part in creating this REMIX. I went through all of the flavor houses finding the right main profile for this liquid. Raspberry Sweet is it. Combined with FA Strawberry makes it spot on. The final piece of this mix was the percentage of Lemon to include and what brand. While I don't think ECX lemon is the particular lemon used in the original, I do think it is the best lemon out there. It is here with just enough of a percentage to make the raspberry "blue".
While I have made many tasty variations of Blue Moon along the way in my journey, these are the percentages that make it a REMIX as close to replication as I could come.
If you have tried Blue Moon by No Name Craft Eliquids, sit back and relax. It is finally here in DIY form. I am very proud of how close this is to the original. As with all my mixes, this is an 80% vg liquid made using a dripper pushing 5.8 volts.
An attempt to make a remix of GG's Vlog Day profile without ever having tried it. So since I haven't tried the actual recipe I'm remixing, I wanted to keep things simple and succinct. Thanks to ID10-T for the 2/2/2 macaron base.
The macaron base I used was something @ID10-T introduced in his Mango Blossom Macaron recipe (check it out, it's yummy). I really enjoyed that recipe and in the spirit of #remixmonth, I figured I'd tweak it into a lemon macaron which is the profile of GG's Vlog Day.
Dave's base is a 2%/2%/2% mix of CAP Sugar Cookie, FA Meringue, and FA Almond. Now, that is a fantastic base for a straight to the point macaron so I did not want to stray too far from it. FA Almond was left at 2% to give us that perfectly clean almond flavor. FA Meringue was also left at 2%. This is just the perfect ingredient for a macaron recipe. It's light, sweet, and airy while also bringing along the egg white taste we need. CAP Sugar Cookie is pretty self explanatory and contributes it's sweetness along with just enough texture to fill out our base. I bumped the CAP Sugar Cookie up by 0.25% just to help sort of tame the lemon combo we have going on. You might not think 0.25% will do much of a difference, but I found that little adjustment to help a lot.
FLV Cream is just a perfect neutral cream for a macaron cream filling without turning this into a lemon cookies and cream recipe. This flavor allows itself to be present while still allowing complexities and other layers to do their thing. It's the Switzerland of creams. I did play around with replacing FLV Cream with LA Cream Cheese Icing (@ 1.5%) and while it was still tasty, CCI blended things together too much for me. It gave the recipe more of an almond lemon cookie with sweet frosting feel
FE Lemon and FA Lemon Sicily are great "toppings" for this base. FE Lemon by far holds up to a steep much better than FA Lemon Sicily so that is why I used it here at 2%. It's sweet and kind of candy like, but fits very well into bakery recipes while not dying with a steep. FA Lemon Sicily does not hold up to a steep as well, but I think it tastes just a little better than FE Lemon. That being said, I wanted just a little bit of sharp tartness to round out my lemon layer and 0.3% Lemon Sicily does exactly that. If you do not have FE Lemon, FA Lemon Sicily at 2.5% can be an okay substitution but will not hold up to a longer steep as well as FE Lemon.
I would definitely let this recipe cure for at least 5-7 days to allow everything to come together. Also, don't forget to check out ID10-T's Mango Blossom Macaron recipe!
A lemon meringue Oreo inside of Danish pastry crust with a cinnamon coating.
Remix of Electric Liquid's "Frequency"
CAP Lemon Meringue Pie is the backbone of the recipe. This is a pretty full flavor that doesn't need much emphasizing or influencing. 8% gives us a citrusy lemon filling that stands up to the chocolate crust.
RF Cookies & Cream SC is straight up Oreos. I loved the VG version, and the SC is basically identical as far as I can tell. It's a lovely chocolate flavor to contrast with our filling. You got your freebie from the fine folks at RF, so why don't you put it to use?
CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl acts as our cinnamon dusting and doughy pastry part of the crust. The cinnamon plays well with Lemon Meringue Pie. Rich Cinnamon was a little too bold here. CDS left more room for all of the other stuff going on. 1% is all we need; any more and that weird Capella cinnamon becomes too much.
FA Meringue is filling out the Lemon Meringue Pie and emphasizing that thick layer of cream on top. 1% soaks up the cinnamon and keeps that metallic taste at bay. Meringue doesn't seem to dampen the texture of bakeries and cereals as much as some other creams. That's good because it's tough striking a balance here between crunchy crust and creamy filling.
INW Biscuit is just helping the RF C&C with a little texture. 0.5% pushes that cookie crunch of the crust a little bit more without interfering in the rest of the pie. (I would probably replace this with 1% JF Biscuit nowadays.)
1% FE Lemon is bolstering the lemon meringue and helping push it through the Oreo crust.
This makes a really good shake and vape. Give the Super Concentrate a few days to settle though, and things really come together. This stuff ages like wine; squirrel a little bit away for a rainy day.
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Lady Killer 70/30 Lemon Square Dank Dank
Inspired by: Dinner Lady, and Darren Cole
"Man I'm a lady killer, if I want her I'm a steal her. I promise I could make her fly away like a caterpillar. So if you don't know by now, then you should probably get familiar."
I really just wanted something different than all the dinner ladies out there. Here is my take on a lemon square tart thingy dank dank.
"YALT" Yet Another Lemon Tart! This is my second version of Lemon Tart Cracked! I found that the first version did not steep as well using the tpa lemon/lime and fa lemon sicily. It had a very strong lemon/lime zest to it making it bitter and harsh. This version still has a bit of a throat hit on the first few hits but smoothes out after a bit. And a few days steep it gets even better. I believe fe lemon is the correct lemon to use for this mix as it doesn't have a lot of the zest.
Inhale you get a slight zest from the lemon and on the exhale a nice tart and creamy lemon with a crisp "graham cracker-like" crust without having to use graham cracker. The fa apple pie and cap cereal 27 does this nicely. The tpa greek yogurt adds a very slight tanginess that sits well with the fa meringue, and who doesn't love meringue. Just a touch of sweetener to liven it up a little and you have a great adv for the hot weather to come.
You can also add .5% tpa vanilla bean gelato to add a eggy note to the recipe if you're looking to get a bit more of a custard flavor, but I prefer it without the VBG.
Good as a shake and vape but only gets better with a few days steep. Please comment, mix, and or rate, it makes us all better mixers.
PS I have a pg sensitivity so all my recipes are maxvg. I haven't tried this with adding pg, so if anyone mixes this with adding pg please let me know your thoughts. Enjoy :)
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A really smooth & creamy Rainbow sherbet-type ice cream perfect for the hotter weather. Nicely balanced & not lemon-strong.
I formed my ice cream using LB Vanilla Ice Cream. On its' own it's delicious although a little linear. It's for this reason I boosted the vanilla part with DFS Menage è Trois & TFA French Vanilla Deluxe. These 2 paired in combination with the LB VIC form the perfect creamy smooth texture of vanilla ice cream I wanted to push forward. TFA FVD is NOT the same as their French Vanilla, French Vanilla II, or French Vanilla Creme. It's quite different and I love it so much that I purchase it in 120mls at a time.
Again, I started with LB Rainbow Sherbet as my foundation for this portion of my mix. And again, very delicious but not quite enough 'umph'. This is why I included a touch of FE Lemon & TFA Raspberry Sweet. Only a little lemon was needed to make the note more noticeable. Raspberry was used at a higher % because it's more of a weak flavor and can easily get lost in a recipe. I find that the FE Lemon also provides a boost in order to bring the raspberry out of hiding. LB RS has a nice light tart/sour note as well that pops after a 3 day steep.
I use FA Polar Blast here at a low percentage but if you like your ice cream colder, this can be increased to 0.25-0.5%. Quite honestly, the next time I whip up a batch for my personal use I will raise this percentage to around 0.4%.
I use CAP Super Sweet at a low percentage because frankly, ice cream is sweet. You can increase the percentage to 0.5%, but personally I wouldn't go any higher than that due to the sweetness of the other involved concentrates.
Remember: This is Rainbow Ice Cream, not Rainbow Sherbet so you will have a completely different mouth feel than with sherbet. Mix at 70% VG for ice cream thickness. At least a 3 day steep is recommended. I don't recommend any subs(especially CAP or TFA VBICs). LB ice cream has an authentic flavor with no off notes(pepper or plastic)
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