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Sweet Cookies with Peach and Apricot.
Sugar Cookie FW - The recipe started with this concentrate, it was mostly an effort to see how this conc works instead of the CAP version and it worked well according to my taste.
Pie Crust (TPA)/Cookie (FA) - I used Pie Crust to make the cookies more crusty and hard to the mouth and FA Cookie is there to enrich the cookie flavour of this recipe.
Wet and juicy apricot tobacco. Just enough tobacco to add a bit of smoky feel on the exhale. The apricot sits right up front though. If you're in to fruits, this could be a bit of a dirty break from all that sweetness. If you're in to dirty tobaccos, this could be a break from all that filthy ash. A little something for everyone.
Everyone does Strawberry and Cream or Blueberry and Cream. I can't taste strawberry for the life of me and I wanted to play with mango, so here ya go. I was wanting to go a little more basic than this but felt it needed all the mango flavors. Apricot gives it a nice bit of tartness and the CAP Sweet Cream was completely an accident as I was meaning to grab CAP Super Sweet and didn't realize I had grabbed the wrong thing until it was already in the mix. Happy accident and it stays. This will absolutely be in my regular rotation from now on. I gave it 5 days steep, but I'm sure you can get by on a shake. Enjoy!
A respectful remix to give homage and respect to The Vaping Bogan from Australia. His juice line "Bogan Brews" is world famous for addicting flavor. His most intriguing to date is his "Six and Out" recipe which is a term used in backyard cricket commonly played at family gatherings here in the summer. His recipe is a balanced yet complex delight of blackcurrant and lychee. Cloning this was difficult to nail down the back notes and I am still somewhat battling that as this is quite an amazingly balanced juice. This is close but not quite as mellow IMO. Hat's off to the original because I could only get around 80-85% there but none the less a yummy complex juice well worth a 30ml trial before you go and buy the real thing and appreciate it! #BogansMixBest
A Hertzoggie is a jam-filled tartlet with a cocunut & meringue topping commonly served in South Africa, where it is often eaten with tea.
FA Cookie & Cap Sugar Cookie sets the stage and acts as the base - not too crispy, not too soft - just perfectly balanced.
INW Apricots and FA Apricot are the main players here. They needed a bit of sweetness without taking away its natural tartness.
FA Meringue and Coconut is the delicious topping, helped along with a touch marshmallow to provide a bit of body,
Cheeba Steeba and I have been working together to bring you another great recipe. This mix was inspired by a simple, real life desert I make in the summertime with cake, cream cheese, sugar, and peaches. The breakdown:
FA Apricot - This adds another dimension to the peach flavor to give it a little more complexity
FW Yellow Cake - is the main cake note in the desert
LA Cream Cheese Icing - is the cream cheese and sugar mixture that gets baked into the dessert
FA Liquid Amber - This flavor adds the much needed baked note to the peaches
CAP Sugar Cookie - yellow cake needed some help and cap sugar cookie works with yc perfectly to add some body and weight to the cake portion without making it too dry.
FLV Peach - is the main peach note, this is a great peach flavor, not nearly as harsh as some peach flavors can be, this makes the recipe vape-able right after a mix.
FW Tres Leches - The hardest part of this mix was making a wet cake, and tres leches does a wonderful job of giving the cake a bit more weight while adding some creamy goodness to help the custard and cream cheese icing out
FLV Vanilla Custard - this flavor is used to add some depth to the cream cheese icing and make it thicker and creamier.
You can vape this mix right after a shake but the whole thing comes together better after a few days to a week.
This is my second recipe in my healing stone line of recipes. Now I'm not into healing stones at all, but I'm enjoying making out of the box recipes and profiles so I'm going to continue down this path!
Citrine is a joyful stone with bright energy which lights up many aspects of lives of those who work with it. It has energies of good fortune and good luck, though these may appear in unexpected ways.
Citrine is a fabulous stone to use to combat negative energy of any kind by breaking them up and dissipating them.
Citrine is a happy stone. It can bring happiness to the person who carries or wears it. Because of its removal of negative energy and its own bring positivity, it can relieve depression, self-doubt, anger, and irrational mood swings.
Citrine is used to reduce self-destructive tendencies. Citrine can help overcome emotional traumas and grief that may lead to these emotionally self-destructive issues.
Taking this into consideration I wanted to embody the bright orange/brown color, bright in your face vibe, and sunshine type feeling. I wanted to create a well balanced orange, citrus, fruit vape with some dark and earthy notes. I can taste orange, grape fruit, mango, and apricot all nicely balanced. I used liquid amber and FA carmel together to give is a sweet, earthy, and over ripe note. I used the TFA Quice to bolster everything together and give it a fruity zip. This one took a while to balance out, but I'm thrilled with the result.
"Some fruity shit for Matty AKA Yungdiabetes AKA Stabby AKA 12YearOldKiddo."
Surprisingly, Matty did give me some inspiration for this recipe. I have been solely vaping through all my old mixes because I just have not wanted to mix or do anything really since starting my new job. Very sleepy all the time and shit. But Matty is a new mixer and was talking about how he really likes candy/fruit vapes more than anything, and I took that as an opportunity to get out of the routine I was in of just vaping Sadlad Toast Crunch, Drunken Pears, and any number of the shitty one-shot mixes at a ______ and Cream recipe. Matty's Transition is just a straight up fruit mix. Nothing stands out all that much, instead, you just get a pleasant burst of sweet and tart fruit on the inhale, with an overall refreshing exhale that is perfect for the incoming beautiful weather.
FA Apricot - since root_kit, I have been absolutely in love with FA Apricot, yes, Armenia is just plain old FA Apricot, but most people probably have it as Apricot because they didn't buy it directly from FlavourArt. Anyway, moving on. This concentrate is one of the best fruits you could own. It's potent, accurate, and the best replacement to Peach I've found. It's not the SAME as peach, but when TPA Juicy Peach, FA Peach, and nearly any peach flavour on the market feels like you just deep-throated a cucumber wrapped in sandpaper and razorblades, FA Apricot is the saving grace. At 2%, it's at it's sweet spot.
FA Pear / TPA Pear - when I revisited Drunken Pears, I found the beauty that is TPA Pear. If you like pears, that is a necessity. It's very potent, so you only need a little bit, but it's the most accurate pear note I've found. Coupled with FA Pear, we end up with a pleasant pear flavour that is sweet and candied, but still reminiscent of biting into a ripe, juicy pear.
JF Fuji - in here to add a little something extra to the other fruits. By using JF Fuji, there's an extra punch of tartness. I used JF in place of FA for this application because I've found JF Fuji to be a little bit more balanced. FA Fuji is perfect for when you want that bright apple note to be at the forefront, but JF's version tends to emulsify a bit better and sit more subdued in the recipes. In here, it just works beautifully.
FA Lemon Sicily - you already know. Just a splash of this shit in a fruit mix pushes the goddamn thing to the next level. It brightens up the apricot, adds a punch to the pears, and overall just adds an extra layer of depth to the recipe as a whole. Throughout the inhale, you notice this touch of lemon zest that is not really obvious, but most certainly beneficial. Lemon Sicily is a must have for your fruit recipes. Keep it below 1%, and you'll only impart the emulsifying and flavour enhancing benefits, without too much of the lemon flavour itself.
Koolada - to taste. I use about 0.75 - 1% Koolada in here and it works great. But you know me, I fucking love that shit. I always find Koolada to benefit a fruit mix, but again, use your own discretion.
After getting involved with the DIY_EJUICE Monthly Clone Challenge, I ordered some Titan from the good people at Blue Dot Vapors. Upon trying it, I feel it taste very similar to Amalfi by Bigglesworth Labs, which I've been working on cloning for quite some time. Titan definitely has a lovely spice on the finish of the exhale, whereas Amalfi is more jam-like and consistent across the vape.
I've had a multitude of Amalfi clones, and recently been taking it in my own direction. Once I tried Titan, I simply removed FW Tres Leches and replaced it with CAP Gingerbread. I also excluded FA Liquid Amber. I'll tell ya what, even fresh, this tastes like it's going in the right direction. Although I obviously haven't had a chance to see how it steeps, based on the previous iteration I expect it to be as delicious if not moreso, as the Gingerbread really adds the extra dimension of flavor.
INW/FA Apricot- I must say I'm a big fan of LA Apricot, but FA seems a bit tangier, juicier, and punches through longer during the exhale. INW lends that soft, almost peach-like quality.
FA Torrone/Almond/Meringue- While I used TPA Almond in my Amalfi attempts initially, FA's offering is less sweet and seems to be a bit more "musty" which works well in bakeries. The Torrone adds almond as well, as well as a citrus zest that helps the Apricots poke through. Also when combined with FA Meringue, it steeps into a beautiful sweetness that seems intrinsic rather than sitting on top of the other flavors.
FA Tanger- While this is a new addition to this recipe, I don't really know how it will play out during a steep. A bit forward at the moment, but definitely well in the ballpark and adds a nice zing to the Apricots. This may end up being reduced to .75%.
AP/TFA Vanilla Cupcake/JF Yellow Cake- This was my base for Amalfi (+FW Tres Leches 1%) and seems to be a fine fit here. Initially, I used FructoseWild's Yellow Cake, but changed to JF because even though I don't mind, others may not wish to consume that concentrate. TFA beats CAP Van Cupcake with a little extra sweetness, and a shorter steep time. I feel the AP helps with seperating the layers of flavors, so fruit over bakery instead of fruit + bakery x blender= bleh.
CAP Gingerbread- Again, a new part of the recipe that, at least fresh, seems like it will be in the right direction.
DISCLAIMER- This is not meant to be an outright clone, just a modification on a similar recipe. That, and my tastebuds are like that Turkish neighbor of yours that wears sunglasses at night, buys large amount of black trash bags, and drives a Chrysler Sebring convertible...AKA on the Not To Be Trusted List. If you people knew what I put my tastebuds through...