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My dream for quite a while was to create a velvety smooth vape that is simple for the palette to enjoy day in day out.
Something with depth, with a symphony of my favorite dark syrupy berries complimented with a hint of deep cream to suit.
Aged bourbon cream by WF paired best with FA Vanilla Bourbon here & up against the delicious mix of berries here it's just wonderful.
Adding just a little Cap NY cheesecake helped the depth of those creams a little more and the FLV Vanilla pudding really helped to round this out for an almost silky like finish.
Take out the berries & add your favorite other cooked fruit if you like!
Maybe you might prefer Banana or some baked strawberries.
Give it a go!
But this is about the wonderful blend of berry notes that I enjoy and putting together, that's why Jammy Berry, Mora & Wild Berry Gummy feature here.
There are some things in this mix that need time to meld & grow a little. You can mix this off the shake but the real depth of smooth & bold flavour seems to come in at around Day 4 of the steep.
I enjoy vaping this on a 0.15 SST twin coil RDA build with around a 2/3 open airflow at 70W.
I hope you enjoy these "Velvet Dreams" as much as I did creating this lovely blend.
Let me know what you thought or how you adapted it to suit you, regardless keep having fun with the best hobby in the world & staying off them stinkies!
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Lemon Creme Lunch cookies, those off brand things shaped like oreos one brands called Lem-o-lunch. if you want some sadboy butter cookie and just can't get it how you want it, this is your recipe my friend. while not a dead on clone, i've been told its pretty close, as i've never had butter cookie, i was just making myself a lemon lunch cookie.
Alright, so, that name probably isn't the most appetizing, but it beat the alternative, Kumsicle. It's a kumquat creamsicle!
We have this hippy grocery store in my town. Smells like patchouli in there. They sell all the vegan/gluten-free/non-GMO/organic/fair trade/$1 from the purchase of this $6 candy bar goes to saving the rainforest type of stuff. Mine has organic vegan versions of creamsicle bars in the freezer section. Blueberry, Raspberry, and of course Orange, the most common flavor of creamsicle by far. The inside is, of course, dairy-free and instead filled with a vanilla-flavored coconut-based cream. I just thought it was weird that they had such basic flavors, in a place where almost everything is some sort of acai, goji, whatever weird fruit they found growing high in the Andes mountains of Peru this week. It seemed like kumquat would be a great flavor for a hippy creamsicle, so here that is.
I borrowed heavily from Jenn W's Loco Unicorn recipe, which you can see reflected in the combination of coconuts and choice of vanilla. I figured that would work well with WF Kumquat as it worked with her CAP Sweet Tangerine, and it does. The VT Sweet Cream really drives home the rich whipped creamy filling as it blends well with the coconuts and vanilla.
The trouble with WF Kumquat is it needs more of that tart peel note, I used INW Lemon Mix for that. I also tried a version with VT Orange Marmalade for the peel, but it annihilated the separation I was looking for between the fruit and cream. INW Lemon Mix stays on top.
I know it's supposed to be a popsicle, but I fell out of the cold things should be cold camp on this one. I didn't want either the citrusy top note or the creamy coconutty filling to get stomped on by it. You could try adding coolant if you want to, just don't hold me responsible for the result.