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These were cookies that were manufactured by Nabisco and sold in the NYC metro area from the 1940's thru 1970's. They were 2 Nilla Wafer cookies with a marshmallow center and a thin layer of some sort of apricot jelly that made the marshmallow stick to the cookies. Over the years there have been many attempts by the public to have Nabisco bring them back, still to no avail. There is nothing on the market to even compare them to, they were amazing, here's my take on it...let me know if you know the cookies or possible improvements that can be made.
So I’m a big time morning smoothie person and I make the best orange cream smoothies in the world by combining orange juice, carrots some milk or heavy whipping cream and what ever random fruit I have around. When I use heavy whipping cream in my real life smoothies I use a 1/2 Tsp of TFA Bavarian cream to sweeten it up and give it a heavy vanilla note.
Made my smoothie into a vape blend using the imaginary fruits I had laying around, peaches, apricot and a few over ripened raspberries. Then I topped the smoothie off with a little Milkshake and Bav Cream for a sweet vanilla creamy finish. I also added some sweetener because a very sweet smoothie is my favorite. I didn’t add WS23 or Polar Blast to mimic the ice I use in the blender in the written recipe but I did add it to the one I’m vaping as an after thought and because I enjoy cool vapes but it’s very good thick and creamy without it too. So it’s up to you if you want to add 0.25% polar Blast.
This started with a picture and recipe provided by my friend Modivin in the DIY eJuice discord from BBC food recipes. We decided to make sweet rice the star as this is a rice pudding. The VT Yoghurt drink makes adds a citrus cream to the rice and the bavarian cream gives it some thickness and mouthfeel. Next up was the accents. Needed a hint of vanillar, pistachio and cinnamon so I used those recipes a bit low for what they offer.
Inspired by Mixin Vixens 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
|Jerry Opened The Tesseract At 420 Because We're Green Team, But Kocanda Got Too Drunk And Missed The Deadline||
Green Team Mixer's Showdown 4 6/11/19
This 40 minute timeline is fucking bullshit, but the Beginner Blending boys knocked it outta the goddamn park, as expected. The full name is above, but the user friendly version is simply Tesseract. This is a triple trinity mix, inspired by none other than Graham aka DigitalDrops aka ThatVegasManiac. He suggested a trinity trinity once, and I loved the idea. So here we have all three trinities, all using the same percentage in each. So the bourbon trinity is all at 3%, the Apricot/Peach trinity is all at 1%, and the cake trinity all at 2%. Jerry's psychotic ass decided to add 1% VT Golden Syrup in the final seconds of the timeline, but it adds some wicked sweetness/juiciness to the mix. Good on him for being a fucking idiot. There isn't enough time to dive deeper into this.
Three trinities, you can't fuck with us. This whole competition was making three become one, well, we made nine become three become one, so fuck you. CokeCan and DrunkLordGG out here.
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THIS IS HAWAIIAN PUNCH
If you've ever wanted to vape Hawaiian Punch and been frustrated by flavors like TFA Hawaiian Islands Punch Type, FW Tropical Punch, CAP Silverline Tropical Fruit Punch, and FLV Tropical Punch, which fall short, this recipe is for you.
Sweetener is optional but so highly recommended that I've left the high amount of FW Sweetener that I prefer with it in the recipe. It drives that super sugary drink experience home. You could use less. If you don't have FW and want to use CAP Super Sweet, 0.5 to 0.75% should get 'er done. Or again, use less if you prefer. TFA Sweetener is not recommended here. Coolants are optional but are not recommended. WS-23 kinda ruins it, unfortunately. A touch of FA Polar Blast doesn't hurt much, but it does somewhat distract from the experience.
This recipe is the product of a partnership in which I played a relatively minor role. I asked @AlfredPudding why he does this to me, refuses full credit for his work like he did with the Back Nine recipe and makes me be the one to share it, and he says it's to torture me. That's ok, I like the abuse. But this time, instead of merely asserting that Alfred did all the work and moving along to flavor notes, I offer a mostly unredacted report of the events that led to this recipe:
This all started when I tried Alfred's Cherry Bomb and told him I thought it was about 5% INW Pineapple shy of Hawaiian Punch. He sent me back a recipe he called "Counter Point" that did indeed have 5% INW Pineapple, but also had more Cherries, less Sweet Guava, FA Forest Fruit instead of Rainbow Candy, and CAP Yellow Peach instead of TFA Jackfruit. So I tried that and responded with "Counter Counter Point" - A recipe with little less Pineapple, a little less Peach, a little more Sweet Guava, some TFA Smooth to blend it together, and a bunch of sweetener that it seemed to be crying out for. Minor adjustments and fairly obvious additions. I got back a Counter Counter Counter Point, with a hair less Apricot and no more Forest Fruit. This was Hawaiian Punch.... but yet... not. It was too soft. More like Hawaiian love tap. The only difference in this final version is half as much Smooth as the Counter Counter Counter Point, as it is still providing the blending it needed but not over-softening its punch.