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Inspired by Flavor Pro challenge week 23
I wanted to move away from the expected with this recipe, and I was intrigued by a recipe on a cocktail recipe site that used almond and stone fruit liquor with pineapple juice, a flavor combo I have never tried in real life. It is much less expensive to try it in a vape first, and it really works! Not too sweet and a real change of pace from the typical pineapple vape.
I used VT Creaming Soda as the beverage base and punched it up with two pineapples, FLV and INW. I tried several almond flavors, and settled on the clean FA Almond. I did not want to add more brightness with the stone fruits, so I chose FA Apricot.
Tested on a Pixie, 0.38 ohm, 40 watts
A sweet and bright pineapple laid into a light yellow cake, topped with pomegranate
This is a recipe for Wayne walker on the diy or die Facebook page. This is untested and my thoughts of a startvto his profile of a banana coffee chocolate w/ cashew smoothie. If I had smoothie base I may add that aswell but its already on its way to becoming ferryfied so I will leave it out. Problems I can see with this recipe is the coffee is a strong flavor along with the chocolates the banana and almond will possibly get barried from them. The almond was used as a greasy nut that may help separate all the flavors to help you get each note. The ap is to help the chocolates and nuttiness. Another thought is you may be able to add some more banana with vta banana custard.
*edit so on my hadaly with a fused clapton 2x26g n80 fused w/ 38g n80 this is actually a pretty tasty vape the coffee and banana work well with each other I don't get much chocolate or almond but I was pleasantly surprised.
Voting ends 5/11/ 19 at https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/bmqjm0/the_mixers_showdown_finish_line/emz2gid/
"This delishly citrusy orange pudding was crafted with only one purpose. To crush Alfred's soul. If the decadent vanilla custard base with a lushly bright orange doesn't do the trick, the motherfucking literal cherry on top will. To make matters more hurtful, we used the worst cherry humanly possible. Eat your heart out."
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We've mixed this as a team effort on SaturDIY'ing with friends on Fresh03's show : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jT7KEObERo and it turned out sweetly successful !
FA Almond = Used at 0.25% it is here to act as a separation between all the flavor profiles in complex recipes. Thank you JJarvis.
WF Candy Stick Candy/FA Meringue = Together it makes the pavlova's meringue, thank you James and Shyndo for thinking of this on the spot.
FLV Parsimmon/FA Armenia (Apricot)/FA White Peach = is a derivative of the Leilani maneuver for a beautiful and tasty peach !
INW Raspberry/FLV Red Raspberry = This on is my maneuver for a bright and authentic raspberry. Just give it a couple days...
Thank you to Leilani, JJarvis, James Rivera and Shyndo for all the maneuvers !!!
We are definitely fairyfied on this one !
Enjoy, be queer and vape on !
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A thick creamy Pistachio Pudding with the right amount of sweetness.
Let's get the easiest stuff out of the way. I chose EM as my sweetener because it tends to thicken custards/puddings in addition to providing sweetness.
The pistachio portion of my pudding is formed with FA Almond, INW Marzipan, and of course TFA Pistachio. I purposely did NOT use FA Marzipan, as INW's version provides a more creamy feel.
Our 'pudding' base is formed with both FLV Vanilla Pudding and INW Shisha Vanilla. The INW SV adds a slight boost to the vanilla pudding which was very useful in this recipe.
STEEP: 9 DAYS(steeping with this particular mix is a must!)
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Well balanced smooth pistachio/apricot cotton candy with zero throat hit.
Firstly, the only cotton candy concentrate I could see used here is PUR Cotton Candy. This is because(unlike other brands) this is a smooth/strong flavoring with little to no throat hit. In addition, Purilum's CC doesn't taste muted 2-3 hits in, as has been my personal experience with other brands. This flavoring is truly a hidden gem.
I included CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream strictly for mouthfeel.
My pistachio layer contains TFA Pistachio(candy-like), FA Marzipan(more candy-like than INW) & FA Almond. I dont recommend subbing INW Marzipan here due to it being more creamy(cotton candy isn't creamy) and more 'cherry' tasting. FA Marzipan isn't creamy, and is more of a candied almond flavor(which benefits pistachio greatly).
FA Apricot(Armenia) was the best choice for my light fruity layer due to its' cooked/jammy quality. I wanted to keep this layer lighter than the cotton candy & pistachio layers so that it feels like a complementing accent to the pistachio. And I think at this percentage, this was achieved really well. FA Apricot also adds a "wet" quality to the overall mix to avoid dryness, as is often experienced with other cotton candy mixes.
FLV Sweetness was added because cotton candy is all sugar. This sweetener will achieve our desired effect without adding harshness, muting or coil-gunking properties. It will also taste more natural than other sweeteners. CAP SS will make it sickeningly sweet, EM(and Sugar Daddy) will mute the fuck out of this mix.
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