(FA) Cookie


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I've really been enjoying mixing Capella's sweet cream with other creams lately. It adds a sugary frosting experience to your mix. I think FA cookie adds some good depth and slight texture. For the top note I was trying to cover up the lime and FA lemon Sicily Did that quite well. Lemon/ice cream/cone

A firebreak is a gap in vegetation or other combustible material (Such as Stink Sticks), that acts as a barrier to slow or stop the progress of a bushfire or wildfire. I vaped this profile (A juice known as Wildfire) back in 2015 when I quit smoking. It was just what I needed.

A delicious key lime cookie with a creamy white chocolate finish. Read to the bottom as there are 2 subs\versions of this recipe. Worked on this a while, if the last year+ wasn't so straight up fucked up for me and people around me this probably would've been out before last Xmas. But, shit happens and better late than never right? This is the only recipe of mine that I would highly recommend if it looks or sounds good to you: mix more than normal, you won't regret it 🤤

Steep: Vapeable overnight if you don't like Steeping, way better after 5 days, optimal at 10-14.

The layers:

Lime: I like TFA key lime and was accidentally sent an extra 15ml bottle so it gave me some more wiggle room. Nachef uses it high like this in joker I believe, most use it very low. I needed to make sure it came through while not getting too harsh. Experiments with fa, both of them, VT persian (a great lime) all resulted in too much throat hit with not enough punch to get through the cookie and white chocolate cream. Adding a little bit of a potent lemon proved to be the trick imo. Was a shortlist to start and I found fe lemon and VT sour lemon to be the best.

Cookie: Who doesn't like or at least have cap sugar cookie?? It's not great on it's own unless you're going very basic or want to get into a weird muting balancing act. I think it starts to mute a bit much over 3% and that is not always a bad thing. It eats a bit of throat hit from the lime. Not much, but worked much better than trying to smooth it over with unnecessary shit.
Note: I also found out in development 2 drops of tpa smooth will TOTALLY eat a great cookie texture and flavor for breakfast. Great for throat hit reduction and actually left the lime layer in tact as well as white chocolate.
To boost it I ended up with fa if you want it unsweetened or Sweet Betsy if you have it works for a sweeter version and imo gives it a better cookie flavor. Cap crunchy frosted cookie is just a lie. Jf kept turning it into a damn pie (which is good as hell, but not my goal). I already know what inw and jf biscuits do (see: tart). Those damn lactone filled bastards with great texture, fuck off 😂.

White chocolate: You need flv white chocolate if you want to be serious about white chocolate. Great flavor. Only thing it misses is that it can be a little chalky if I'm nit picking, which I am. Really that's all I needed to "fix" with it. I ended up having to keep bumping this up, which is how I arrived where I did. In most applications I feel you can get by with about half as much, but don't be afraid to push it if needed.
VT love adds to the richness and almost firms up the white chocolate body in the same way I feel MB glamour chocolate would work if your regular chocolate recipe was too syrupy. Why fix what's not broken though? Flv at that % should be plenty thick right? Yeah. But I wasn't done fkng with it yet:

Cream:
Ever since getting it I've been enamored with WF white chocolate (milky cream). It's interesting. It's a nice cream flavor that's for sure. Solo white chocolate? Ehhhh that's pushing it, but I've also never tried pushing it to breaking point. After I mixed it with another white chocolate though I see why they named it the way they did instead of just milky cream. This adds another layer, the creamy finish. Pushing it much higher in this recipe started to make other things fall apart, and low enough to just cover the chalkiness of the flv white chocolate works BUT there's also this middle ground. I also just plain love a good cream finish in my vape.

Sweetener: Totally optional but it's pretty sweet with the white chocolate and sugar cookie. I like it with the sweet Betsy cookie being used as a sweetener with purpose (see subs below) but a little ss or fw sweetener works as well.

There are 2 subs that will work in the recipe:
fe lemon and VT sour lemon, at the roughly the same % achieve the same goal. In development my partner in crime at the time preferred it with the fe, while I liked it with the VT, if subbing with VT punch it to 0.5%
FM sweet Betsy cookie at same % as the fa cookie gives a great vape, but if you don't like sweetener then you won't like it. If you do make this sub and you're sensitive to lactones becoming coconut-y I suggest not using the sweet Betsy cookie above 1.5%. if you need it commercial sweeter than that add some sucralose. Even with the muting that the sugar cookie is doing that flavor at 1.7% made it stick out to me.

I've worked on this on and off for over a year vaping a version the whole time either personally or someone very close. and there's still 2 versions. It's fucking done..

Thanks for reading and enjoy! Happy mixing 😎💨💨

Traditional Vanilla and caramel custard with hints of cookie bits that have been soaked into the custard pudding

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At first glance, a donut with apple-cinnamon filling seems to be an often mixed flavour profile. Apple cinnamon combined with pastry or a cake is very popular and everyone has tried them in some form. Very likely also as an eLiquid. So why did we choose this profile, when it's already so widely used? - Because we wanted to take the profile to a new, never-before-tasted level. This apple cinnamon donut, is one of the best, which is why we are publishing the recipe as the first VAPEDIA community recipe.

The donut was inspired by @SteveTC's "Melon Glazed Donut" recipe. SteveTC used a combination of Cookie (FA), Meringue (FA), Zeppola (FA) and Vanilla Custard (CAP) for his donut. Instead of Meringue (FA) we used Cream Fresh (FA) and optimised the dosage of each flavour.
If you haven't tried "Melon Glazed Donut" yet.... Mix it, you'll love it!

Apple Filling (FLV) already brings a light note of cinnamon. Supported by Country Apple (PUR) and Liquid Amber (FA), the profile of a fruity, cooked apple-cinnamon filling emerges, which harmoniously subordinates itself to the taste of the donut.

This recipe is a joint product of VAPEDIA - German DIY eJuice community
Discord Server: https://discord.gg/zgkx7yT

The following DIY Mixers were involved in the project:

SteveTC https://alltheflavors.com/users/SteveTC
KrawaCabana https://alltheflavors.com/users/KrawaCabana
VIVA VAPE https://alltheflavors.com/users/VIVAVAPE


Ein Donut mit Apfel-Zimt Füllung scheint auf den ersten Blick ein oft gemixtes Geschmacksprofil zu sein. Apfel-Zimt, kombiniert mit Gebäck oder einem Kuchen, ist sehr beliebt und jeder hat sie in irgendeiner Form schon probiert. Sehr wahrscheinlich auch als eLiquid. Warum haben wir uns ausgerechnet für dieses Geschmacksprofil entschieden, wenn es doch schon so weit verbreitet ist? - Weil wir das Profil auf ein neues, nie erreichtes Level bringe wollten. Dieser Apfel-Zimt Donut ist einer der Besten, weshalb wir das Rezept als erstes VAPEDIA Community Rezept veröffentlichen.

Der Donut wurde inspiriert durch das „Melon Glazed Donut“ Rezept von SteveTC. SteveTC hat für seinen Donut eine Kombination aus Cookie (FA), Meringue (FA), Zeppola (FA) und Vanilla Custard (CAP) verwendet. Anstatt Meringue (FA) haben wir Cream Fresh (FA) verwendet und die Dosierung der einzelnen Aromen optimiert. Falls du das Rezept noch nicht probiert haben solltest... Mix es, du wirst es lieben!

Apple Filling (FLV) bringt bereits eine leichte Zimtnote mit. Unterstützt durch Country Apple (PUR) und Liquid Amber (FA) entsteht das Profil einer fruchtigen, gekochten Apfel-Zimt Füllung, die sich harmonisch dem Geschmack des Donuts unterordnet.

Dieses Rezept ist ein Gemeinschaftsprodukt der deutschen VAPEDIA DIY eLiquid Community.
Discord Server: https://discord.gg/zgkx7yT

Folgende DIY Mixer waren an dem Projekt beteiligt:

SteveTC https://alltheflavors.com/users/SteveTC
KrawaCabana https://alltheflavors.com/users/KrawaCabana
VIVA VAPE https://alltheflavors.com/users/VIVAVAPE

This recipe wouldn’t be where it is now without the generous help, support, guidance & advice from LukeLoop & Pippa Starr (DIYDownunder-Pippa). This has been a recipe I’ve been working on since I started mixing over 12 months ago, & has been quite the labor of love! It’s very loosely based on the flavours in Humble juice Co. “Humble crumble”. It was a beautiful moment recently when a friend told me they preferred this over the Humble Crumble! It blew me away actually!!😳🥺
It was very unbalanced to begin with, being all berry & no crumble, but Luke & Pippa got me on a more balanced track!
This was also an exercise in using what I had, & not using any crumble topping. A crumble topping from scratch so to speak!!
This may look like a hot mess express with all the bakeries, but each & every 1 of them brings something unique to the recipe (I think).
The last change made was the addition of CAP Golden Butter-previous versions didn’t have it-it was nice, but it needed some more butteryness.
I also thought of increasing the FA caramel by .15 to .75. But I hypothesised that the golden butter may add additional caramel notes. I tested after 14 day steep (14 days is minimum-I would suggest longer for the full effect), & to me, the caramel notes are adequate with the .50%, but you could try another .15% FA Caramel if you wanted. I might revisit this down the track, along with another 1% of TPA Vanilla Swirl (that was another hypothesis, but I was assured privately that the recipe looked good where it was). Anyway, I’m quite happy with it as is for the moment.
I guess it’s a case of where do you stop fiddling & tweaking a recipe before you release it? Lol!! I could keep fiddling, but, I do think it’s nice at this point-in saying that, it’s definitely not off the cards that I’ll fiddle with this more in the future! I hope you like it!! I’m truly an open book-if you have any suggestions, or you think I should move the caramel or vanilla swirl, please let me know your thoughts!!
Feel free to sweeten-I’m sensitive to the stuff, so I generally try to avoid it if & when I can!!

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Tested on Recurve RDA; Stainless Steel Fused Clapton (24X2+40); .15 ohms; 60watts; long 510 drip tip.

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The randomizer gave us Flavorah Lime Wedge.

This flavorah is a very bright zesty lime flavor. It's extremely authentic. It would be great for beverages or as an accent piece such as in this recipe for coconut cream pie with lime. The lime stands out asa burst of juicy citrus just on the finish. It pairs up well with the cream and the coconut.

Sweeten to Taste.

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Challenge accepted! Daniel Coombes, thank you for trying to break my brain (grins). So here's where my thought process went. Using French Vanilla and Vanilla Custard II to push the vanilla in the vanilla custard part of this recipe. The meringue to give the bottom of the bowl concept in cereal with the vanilla custard. Cereal 27 with FA cookie (boosting the AP with cookie) and layering with the hazelnut to push a little more 'nuttiness' to the mix. Because I wanted a sweet cereal, added the sweetener.

Really nice cookie RY4 that tastes great after about a week. The vanilla pudding, Devon cream, cookie and biscuit work in tandem to give a nice dessert base. Then the RY4 Double with a touch of red burley makes a tobacco that really finishes everything off.

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Vanilla delicius, this is a very great and sweet... Misture...

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