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A marshmallow roasting over a campfire. Was inspired to make this after acquiring TFA Toasted Marshmallow for an unrelated recipe. Just seemed like an amazing profile. Marshmallow-centric recipes helped inspire this one in a couple places, but I mostly was just following my tongue/nose.
TFA Marshmallow at a heavy level for the base marshmallow flavor.
TFA Toasted Marshmallow to add even more marshmallow, but toasted.
FA Fresh Cream to add even more depth and mouthfeel, and tasted the most like marshmallow out of the collection.
TFA Vanilla Swirl because of the associated illusion of marshmallows having a slight vanilla taste, to make it more convincing.
FA Caramel to add the taste of the caramelizing sugar.
FA Black Fire to add ash from the fire. I only use one drop per 60ml, very potent stuff.
With Fall in the air, we wanted to kick off the season with a rich Mocha. This recipe has it all without some of the off notes you might get with coffees or chocolates. It's a rich, creamy vanilla, coffee, with hints of chocolate and caramel. See the full Episode and flavor notes at https://youtu.be/vb3PVBj8l3I .
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I used the base of a mixer named brian AKA Voodoo over on ELR he has the BEST CBO Clone out there . I’m also using folkart’s oreo cookie base from his Real cookie and cream recipe but i bumped the chocolate clear up a little bit and added in MB cookie bite so the creams don’t over power the chocolate so shout out to those too mixers here are the links too both recipes https://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/3525651 https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/62176#the_real_cookies_and_cream_by_folkart
sherbet is usually made from fruit juice and cream and sometimes some natural fruit swirled into it.
I decided to make a home made version of sherbet.
I combine an artificial blueberry juice notes with crushed natural blueberries and blended into a heavy cream base with hints of vanilla ice cream adding a dash is polar blast gave it a very light chill that doesn’t lend itself to be a menthol but rather a more realistic sherbet experience.
Adding the MTS vape wizard smoothed it all into a cohesive blend and gives a thick mouth feel without having to overly saturate it in creams yet a very smooth vaping experience.
This is primarily blueberries with some rainbow swirls sherbet and hints of cream.
Butterscotch ice cream and cookie
So this is one of those constantly evolving mixes with Butterscotch Ripple being the only original surviving concentrate. I chose to release it now because while I may still play around with percentages I feel the heart of the mix is where I want it to be.
Originally I was going for a simple butterscotch ice cream. TFA Vanilla Bean Ice Cream and FW Butterscotch Ripple got me that but there was alot of room to improve. After a myriad of different creams I settled on LB Vanilla Ice Cream and FA Fresh Cream (panna fresca) as they brought some great flavor on their own and complimented each other as well as the Butterscotch Ripple nicely. LB Vanilla Ice Cream at 4.5% does all the heavy lifting as a base layer while FA Fresh Cream fills in some gaps with extra butter and cream notes.
Feeling like this needed some bakery support I tried CAP Sugar Cookie as well as INW Biscuit which were fine but in the end FA Cookie just worked better. At 1.25% it definitely has a presence but does not overtake or dry the mix.
Finished product is a super smooth cream/bakery vape with massive flavor.
Sweet to taste, can be vaped off the shake for a super creamy butterscotch ice cream flavor, or give it a couple days steep for that bakery to develop. I mix this more frequently in smaller batches as I like this mix fresh, after a month or so the profile is still there but loses a bit of vibrancy.
Really rich, thick, smooth coconut cream.
I’ve been trying to make a coconut cream on and off for a while, but the results just didn’t match exactly what I had envisioned. This came out exactly how I’d hoped.
The MB Palm Coconut and FLV Sweet Coconut make a lovely combo. I love CC Devon Cream. I’ve found if you want to use it as a main cream note it’s got to be cranked up a bit.
I borrowed a couple of elements I really liked from Leche De Coco by hashslingingslashur. TFA CCGC adds to the richness of the cream and adds to the almost grated texture the Palm Coconut has. The FA Fresh Cream stops it being too dark.
It’s best after 7 days steep for the richness and thickness of the cream to develop and the coconut to really blend in.
FA Fresh Cream is full bodied fresh natural dairy note. I've added OOO Cream (Milky Undertone) in with it to really bump up that dairy note and make sure it doesn't get lost under the fruit.
FA Meringue is going to give us a slight maltiness, add a little mouthfeel and some natural sweetness to the milk.
The combination of CAP Sweet Strawberry and INW Shisha Strawberry are a really good artificial sweet, syrupy strawberry. Perfect for a milk.
I use FW Sweetener in here to frame the malty milk flavor. But as always sweetness is completely subjective so feel free to add or omit that as you like.
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