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(FA) Armenia (apricot)


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This is an apricot cheesecake recipe,probably with a stupid name.i mixed it and forgot it for a couple of weeks,so i can't really say if this works as a snv.i guess it doesn't,it really needs at least a week of steeping,but in 2 weeks that it was tested it tastes fine

So this is a twist on an Amaretto Sour . The story of how armaretto came to be is pretty interesting. I would like to believe it is true In 1525, a Saronno church commissioned artist Bernardino Luini, one of Leonardo da Vinci's pupils, to paint its sanctuary with frescoes. As the church was dedicated to the Virgin Mary, Luini needed to depict the Madonna, but was in need of a model. He found his inspiration in a young widowed innkeeper, who became his model and (in most versions) lover. Out of gratitude and affection, the woman wished to give him a gift. Her simple means did not permit much, so she steeped apricot kernels in brandy and presented the resulting concoction to a touched Luini
VT Brandy, FA marzipan, FA almond and Caramel create the amaretto base for this cocktail.. the combination of fa almond and marzipan is just perfect for this and the brandy adds some depth and bozzie notes. The caramel just adds more dark sweetness and mouth feel that is needed.

INW lemon and VT Lemon sour and VT golden syrup create the sweet and sour mix for an amaretto sour type of beverage. INW lemon is that tart sweet candied lemon along with the bright sourness of the lemon sour . ( NOTEyou can sub with FLV milk and honey 1.75% , LA lemonade 3% and FA lemond Sicily .75% but it does not have that sweet almost candied lemon syrup quality I wanted)

VT blood orange champagne adds that top orange note that is sometimes added to a amaretto sour and some more booze notes

Add sweetener of choice if you like it sweet.. and yeah I do - I use FLV sweetness here around .50

Special thanks to liam davey and @starsandclouds

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[UPDATE]

I tweeked this recipe from the original release by adding FA Apricot (Armenia) and adjusting the Strawberry flavorings a bit. It is now at a point that I am finished messing with it and call it done from my perspective. The FA Apricot made the Peach flavor more natural, and the adjusted strawberries elevated the Peach so that it slightly dominates over the Strawberry. When I vape it the initial exhale is a nice Custard followed by the Peach with the fruit combo settling on the palette which somedays tastes more Strawberry and others more Peach (which is how I remember vaping Peachtree Street). I also reduced the New York Cheesecake and upped the Vanilla Custard which got rid of that dryness I was getting in the vape in the prior recipe. For those that liked the prior recipe here it is:

CAP Dragon Fruit 0.75%
CAP New York Cheesecake 3%
LA Peach (colorless) 3%
FA Red Touch (Strawberry) 3.5%
TPA Strawberry (ripe) 3.5%
CAP Sweet Strawberry 1.5%
CAP Vanilla Custard v1 2%

[ Original Post ]
I've been working this recipe off-and-on for almost 2 years. I feel this has gotten to the point to get it out there, but I reserve the right to tweak it. This recipe was patterned off of the Peachtree Street eLiquid from HiggyCigs. I will never get that recipe down, but this is pretty nice. The balance between the fruit and the custard still needs a little work, and I’m concerned the flavors are a little too high across the board.

The concept is to have a rich creamy Custard base with a natural Peach and tart Strawberry topping. I played around with many Custards and creams and it never worked well, but when Wayne published King's Custard using Capella New York Cheesecake I decided to try it and it works very well indeed. I know LA Peach is more of an artificial Peach flavor, but it vapes with no bite to it. When the Peach is mixed with the Strawberry and Dragonfruit it ends up quite natural to me. The Strawberry mix was my attempt to make a fresh ripe tart Strawberry. The Dragonfruit was added to bolster the Strawberry flavor during the steep, and to blend it with the Peach. The concept is the Peach and Strawberry compete for flavor so that some days you taste the Peach and others the Strawberry.

In this recipe I find that the creamy Custard and Peach are present on the exhale, with the Strawberry lingering on the palate after the vape. Judging my recipe I find it to be a tad dry with an every so slight harshness. The Peach component still needs a little work, and I will be playing around with maybe FA Apricot and FA White Peach - although I have tried White Peach with mixed results in the past. I have concerns that the Strawberry might be a bit much as I am somewhat 'tone' deaf to the flavor at times.

I am not sure who gets credit for the basic macaron recipe as I have seen several mixers using similar ingredients/percentages. However Shyndo's The Pink was the first one that I tried so I suppose I will give him credit lol.

The floral notes are light and blend in smoothly with the Apricot in this macaron. If you are looking for something different give this a try. The Honeysuckle helps blend the Jasmine and the Apricot together and adds a touch more sweetness. It took me several tries to balance the florals and the apricot into something that would not taste like perfume nor overpower the bakery notes. I hope you enjoy this as much as I do.

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🏷️ A buttery and rich peach cobbler with a island twist.

Top:
Juicy Peach and Apricot combine to make a bright, ripe nectar styled peach flavor. The lightly citrusy and soft peach-like Persimmon plays well with these two flavors, adding with it a complex tropical note.

Base:
Biscuit (INW) and Croissant combine to make a rich, and buttery crumble base. Biscuit (SilverLine) rounds out the base by enhancing the toasted bakery notes; while also adding a soft coconut finish to the crumbly crust.

Lastly, a touch of sweetener is added in order to complete sweet bakery profile.

 

Made for Mixin Vixens Ep.22
https://youtu.be/qcATPk2zKEM

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https://youtu.be/VtbPa8LnGSg

The LB Ice Cream and FLV Vanilla Pudding form a shake and vape custard base CREDIT TO FRESH03 FOR THIS DISCOVERY

INW SHISHA ORANGE. Imagine a cross between orange sherbet and an orange candy for the profile
Initially it has the peel or white part of the orange but the pretty mush fades after a week steep and your left with a delicious orange cream flavor. This flavor separates like some of the other oranges so be sure to shake well andd any juice it’s in as well.

The JF Honey peach and the Armenia are to help fill out the orange as well as provide some brightness and juiciness to the recipe well

HOPE YOU ENJOY!!

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Made on DIY DOWNUNDER LIVE SHOW 8/4/18

https://youtu.be/sgaBJAfG4DY

Pretty good off the shake. Don’t think the 50 ml will make a steep. May adjust later

Show was discussing how to use flavors for more than their taste. Ie marshmallow for sweetness and mouthfeel
Apricot for brightness and juiciness for the strawberry
As well as lemon to push the strawberry more forward.

Hope you enjoy.

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Impropriety + Papaya + Tea

A refreshing iced tea with sweet papaya syrup.

SkiddlzNinja did it first. Check out his Tenacious T recipe. It was the inspiration for this though I haven't tried it yet; I just wanted to try a simpler mix of papaya and tea first. When I saw Tenacious T, the combination of TFA's Sweet Tea and Papaya looked like a stroke of genius, just imagining the way they'd taste together. But possibly a mild challenge to pull off, since one of those is a brutal bully that can easily get way too funky and the other is a shrinking violet. This is just a simple recipe that celebrates that combination.

I'm surprised there aren't more recipes using TFA Sweet Tea out there. Is my taster broken? As best I can tell, it does a fine job of emulating that sort of fast food drive thru sweet tea flavor. The only problem is that it's ridiculously weak in more ways than one. First, it takes about 6 or 7% of it to taste like much of anything at all. I could easily see needing 15% in a recipe. But at TFA prices, I'm not terribly worried about that. A bigger problem is that it can easily get almost completely obliterated in a mix. "I know I put a ton of Sweet Tea in here, where'd it go?" Accoutrements must be added carefully .

TFA Papaya is the opposite, much stronger in concentration than most TFA flavors and prone to pushing other flavors around. And getting violently FUNKY. Just like a real, ripe, papaya. Careful not to spill it on anything. Papaya for weeks if you do. Starting at 1% and working up 0.1% at a time until it's too much, then backing down, is my approach to taming this beast. Even at 1.4% it mostly overpowers the tea, but so would putting papaya syrup in a tea unless it's a hearty brew.

FA Apricot does a fantastic job of propping up the Papaya fruitiness without increasing the funk or calling too much attention to itself. FA Pear/INW Cactus 0.25% each just a touch of sweet and wet juicy goodness, but not too much of either.

Optional: Add Sweetener and/or Coolant to taste. I've been enjoying this with 0.25% FW Sweetener but I live in the southern USA where sweet tea is SWEET. Speaking of the South, WS-23. It's so hot and I needed another cool, refreshing recipe. I like it with this at 0.75% as an "over ice" type versus "frozen solid" amount of coolant, but coolant tolerance varies from one person to the next.

Give a mix and let me know what you think Or better yet, use a ludicrous-looking amount of TFA Sweet Tea and relatively small dose of your fruit of choice and make your own fruity sweet ice tea to help get you though the rest of summer.

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🏷️ A buttery and rich peach cobbler with a island twist.

Top:
Juicy Peach and Apricot combine to make a bright, ripe nectar styled peach flavor. The lightly citrusy and soft peach-like Persimmon plays well with these two flavors, adding with it a complex tropical note.

Base:
Biscuit (INW) and Croissant combine to make a rich, and buttery crumble base. Biscuit (SilverLine) rounds out the base by enhancing the toasted bakery notes; while also adding a soft coconut finish to the crumbly crust.

Lastly, a touch of sweetener is added in order to complete sweet bakery profile.

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