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** Disclaimer ** this is my first attempt at mixing my own recipe
After hunting for the perfect donut profile via the community listed recipes, I decided to give it a shot myself.
Please note this is only intended to be a base it is not the finished article; you can use it with your preferred creams and fruits to complete the perfect donut mix.
FA Zep - after playing around with all the popular donut concentrates out there, I seem to always come back to this, as it emulates the best interpretation of a fried donut to me, pairing this with a dash of AP just bolstered up that yeasty profile.
FA Custard Prem- adds the perfect amount of cream and vanilla at 1% I feel its not too overpowering or taking anything away from the dough.
CAP Graham Cracker - I chose this concentrate especially for its subtle focus on cinnamon, not to overpowering and a good complement to rest of concentrates.
Cap SS – this is completely optional
All I need now is a good SB jam to pair with this base ,
This is my baby, my love, my heartache, my greatest vaping achievement & my biggest failure time and time again.
We all know as mixers what it's like to flavor chase to be so close yet so far off time and time again.
This is my Dragon and I've chased it since I started mixing, one would think such a simple profile would be easy but I can't begin to count the batches that I've went thru over the years.
What's so hard about it I'm sure your thinking...welp let me explain.
The profile that I'm looking for is a custard that is:
A: A Vanilla Bean top note that is not just vanilla but an actual "Authentic Vanilla Bean" that stands tall over the creams.
B: Has the tartness of a yogurt but not to tart I want to keep it in the back just so you know its there.
C: Is rich and thick just like a custard one would drink during the winter holidays.
D:A body that just fills your mouth with cream same as you just ate some ice cream.
E: has a lingering sticky sweet mouthfeel akin to having just ate a spoonful of jet-puffed marshmallow creme.
F: Like I said this is my Dragon aka "The ADV" the one profile that I vape the most.That being said my goal is to keep the recipe @ or below 7 flavorings "not including a sweetener" to avoid muddling while also keeping the total flavoring below 10% if able .....because I'm cheap lol.
Ok so now that you have an idea of what we are going for let's apply where I currently stand in the recipe in relation to the above profile.
A: (FLV) Vanilla Bean: This hits the "Authentic Vanilla Bean" note very well but it's a delicate vanilla at the same time that we will be addressing shortly.
B: (OOO) Creamy Yogurt Cheesecake: This flavoring has a hint of yogurt that finishes with a cheesecake note that I think covers this spot very well.
C: (FA) Custard Prem & (INW) Custard: What can I say about this pairing that has not been said before it just works I'm using them @ a 2.5/1.75 ratio that I enjoy.
D: (TPA) Vanilla Bean Ice Cream: the OG of VBIC "sorry to all the pepper tasters" this is a no brainer that covers the ice cream spot while also being a very good vanilla to accompany the "(FLV) Vanilla Bean".
E: (OOO) Marshmallow Vanilla: The mouthfeel of this flavoring is just jaw dropping and even has a slight vanilla note that forms the final part of the vanilla trinity.
F: As it stands now we are @ 6 flavorings "not including a sweetener" & @ 9.55% total flavoring. Mission accomplished... for now.
One would think that makes it finished but like I said I'm constantly chasing this profile, have been for a long time. With that being said I'm releasing it as is in hopes that I get some feed back from the vaping community. Maybe even some suggestions on improving it? Who knows but here she is for better or worse....My White Dragon.
Sweetener Suggestions: (Cap) Super Sweet @ 0.2%-0.5% depending on how sweet you like it, myself I use 1 drop SS per every 15ml I make just to make the flavorings "pop".
Steep time: It's a custard so it will get better as it ages imho it's shines after three weeks but due to the quick steep time of the custards it can be SNV but it's not 100%.
This treat is known as "Merengón con Fresas" a Colombian dessert. It is made with a native South American fruit known as Guanábana along with Strawberries, Lime and a Meringue-type Whipped Cream. I opted from using lime and decided to use LMT from VTA because it tastes more like Lime/Meringue. After you mix this be patient and put it aside, flavor develops after a week but only gets better. You may substitute the HR Vanilla for INW Shisha Vanilla. Enjoy!!!
You posh ATF types can finally mix this without slumming it with us plebs over on ELR 😁. Just so you know though, the real classy types buy the one shot 😉
Jason Donovan pushed open the door of Flamin' Galah's, the best bakery in all of Oz. Rack off Jase, you're barred! Snarled Carl the manager. Donovan had been one of several ex Neighbours actors who (on a reunion piss up) had descended on the shop the previous week causing a huge scene which culminated in Brad Willis actor, Scott Michaelson, getting worked up by Natalie Imbruglia and jizzing in the dough mixer while the staff were distracted.
Donovan spent ten minutes explaining how bad he felt for his part in the proceedings. He offered money for any spoilt stock and even to work in store to compensate for the upset and distress they'd caused. He explained how much he missed being able to pop in for a pastry treat. It would certainly never happen again. Steadily, Carl seemed to come around and became more jovial, ultimately the men shook hands.
Wanna take a 'snot block', Jase? Fresh batch in the back there, Carl offered. Vanilla custard slices were Donovan's ultimate treat and Carl knew he couldn't refuse. As Jason left with his decadent pastry in a white paper sack, Carl grinned from ear to ear. He imagined Jason's shock as his bite squished the wobbly custard filling and he found the koala turd hidden in the centre.
Vanilla slice, custard slice, mille feuille, cremeschnitte, krempita, snot block… whatever you call it it's delicious as fuck, that's why almost every country has there own take on it. This is based on the British version, like you'd get down Gregg's - or a proper bakery. Flakey buttery pastry on top and bottom made here from VTA croissant, OOO pie crust and WF crispy wafer. These dirty strips sandwich a thick custard debauchery made from Fa custard premium, WF flan and Flv vanilla pudding, the gentle caramel note from the flan doesn't appear to upset the balance as I worried it might. Flv frosting for the traditional fondant icing and sweetener if you want it but it's pretty sweet without. It's good from the shake then it gets better, much better at about 3 weeks if you can wait.
Honeycomb Custard: Reborn.
A different Variation of one of my most popular recipes, this isn’t to better or to replace that, this is simply a quicker steeping, more honeycomb pronounced spin-off.
The premise is the same as the original, the MB legendary custard and FA premium form the custard base for which the honeycomb will penetrate, the honeycomb is made up of obviously the VT honeycomb but helped massively by the OOO Creme brulee an FLV cotton candy which both supply a caramel note imperative to the honeycombs attendance.
Gone are the days of the sugar cookie, say hello to my lil friend... OOO bread pudding, such a good concentrate especially for mouthfeel and natural sweetness. I use this low to form a canvas for everything to sit on.
Sweetener is subjective although very tasty and helps the honeycomb out.
Steep: 5 days+ but still nice from the shake.
If you like this recipe (which you will) then please rate and review accordingly.
Tired of your regular strawberry and cream adv?! This is for you🙂
A super simple and Delicious combination of banana and rhubarb in a light cream.
Enjoy this little one and leave a comment if you mix it up👍👊
and if you enjoy rhubarb, give this one a go as well now your at it, by EyeMsam👍
Custard INW and Custard Premium were meant to go together in my opinion. Add some vanilla pudding in, and you've got a thick, delicious, custard recipe. The eggnog lends a great nutmeg flavor that really works well in custard, and the sweetness is just to increase the sweetness a touch more. If you don't like sweet vapes, leave it out. The Vanilla Pudding already gives some sweetness, but I just love sweet vapes. Leave a comment if you try it. I love to hear from you.
Just something simple I threw together on a whim and haven't been able to stop vaping it, so thought I'd share.
The cheesecake note is deliciously creamy. And great off the shake.
I'm sure it could be made better but I'm no genius. Lemme know if you have any thoughts.
I vape this 60/40 in an Aegis Boost Plus.