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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.
Had to take a break from testing/mixing FA Tobaccos . . . so, I made this. A banana/coconut pudding RY4. The bones of this are the beautiful duo of coconuts in hashslingingslashur's Leche de Coco with 2 fantastic bananas (TFA Banana Nut Bread and Solub Arome's Banana Flambe), FA Bavarian Cream, and the underrated JF Cookie v2 making up the pudding. 2 RYs (JF RY4 Double and WF Vanilla Ruyan) along with FLV Smoked Butterscotch making up the RY4. Enjoy!
Peach, orange and grapefruit. Based this off of an OG POG but didn’t want to use passionfruit so i used peach instead. Add the Bavarian cream to help smooth everything over peaches and citrus's both then to be a little harsh. Taste fine off the shake but needs to steep for 3-5 days so everything can settle down.
This is a light custard - you get the thickness, the caramel note, and the creaminess without it being too overwhelming.
CAP French Vanilla - Adds some extra vanilla.
TPA Vanilla Swirl - More added vanilla flavor, and that creamy soft serve note with a touch of sweetness.
FA Bavarian Cream & TPA Whipped Cream - Gives the custard a lift on the cream side, whilst keeping the custard itself low and mellow.
Patience, friend ..
The 3 week steep is necessary for TPA Custard come to life, and blend with the other flavors.
The longer, the better though ..
I use 70/30 - VG/PG at 3mg
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Sweet black tea and coconut cream
While not the most ambitious profile to go tackle, this was one of my first public recipes posted and pulled from ATF. I felt the need to go back to it just to see how I would approach it now and I have to say with the help of newer flavors.
As much as I am not a fan of FLV Sweet Coconut, I do really love FA Coconut and how well they both blend into creams. When I think of recipes with creamy coconut in them I think of Leche de Coco by hashslingingslashur, so I went with them at the same ratio but turned down a bit. Although weak, TFA Sweet Tea is still my favorite for straight up black tea. I have been messing around with this combination with VT Sugar Cane for a few mixes and haven't been disappointed yet. VT Sugar Cane makes it a little darker, sweeter and even a little more earthy. After testing a lot of cream layers I decided to go with CAP NY Cheesecake and FA Bavarian Cream. Working with Folkart and Alfred on multiple recipes, there is no denying those fuckers are straight up, unapologetically crema bavarese crazy, and for good reason. I used NY Cheesecake to fill out some of the missing texture and weigh it down a little more, but I didn't expect it to add as much to the coconut layer like it does. I wish I had more to say about why that flavor works in here but somehow it does.
.25% CAP SS if needed... probably needed.