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So a while back my girlfriend was at Walgreen's picking up some candy for us to bring to our friend's house to begin our Star Wars marathon when she noticed a new, peculiar candy in the isle. When she looked at the white box she saw what would soon become her equivalent to crack-cocaine: Toffifay. I'm not even exaggerating in the slightest when I say that she always has a box on her at all times.
So what is Toffifay? Essentially, you have a whole hazelnut coated in a thin layer of caramel which is then coated in a milk chocolate/nutella-like coating. Its pretty damn good and it makes sense why she has become addicted to this shit.
Long story short she's probably spent over $300 on this candy in the last month alone and I needed to break that habit. So I came up with this recipe to HOPEFULLY ensure that she doesn't go bankrupt over a fucking hazelnut candy.
FA Hazel Grove, FW Hazelnut - These two make the basis for our hazelnut as well as make our semi-nutella chocolate cream. FW Hazelnut is the star of the show because when you bite into the candy you immediately taste the whole hazelnut in the center. It is used at 2.5% to withstand the creams that come into play, but at that high of a percentage it can start to almost taste like a sweet hazelnut and the real deal is an almost bitter hazelnut. This is where FA Hazel Grove comes in, at just a half a percent it helps in making the whole hazelnut slightly bitter and more authentic. These two concentrates also help in mixing with TPA DCC to give it that "nutella" impression.
FA Carmel, TPA Bavarian Cream - FA Carmel is used to give us that slight impression of caramel that is present in the real deal. There isn't much caramel in the actual candy, so 1.5% was enough for it to be noticeable but to also have it stay at the bottom of the food chain in this recipe. TPA Bav. Cream is used to make the caramel more smooth and add some mouth feel while also working with TPA DCC to make it more of a milky chocolate and not just chocolate syrup.
TPA Double Chocolate (Clear), CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream - TPA DCC is obviously the base of our chocolate coating. As stated earlier, the actual coating is almost like a hybrid of nutella and regular milk chocolate, so when mixed with the hazelnuts and bav. cream, it helps us achieve that strange hybrid. CAP VWC is used to add some mouthfeel and boost the milk chocolate aspect of the chocolate coating.
Sweetener is used at .5% simply because my girlfriend has a MAJOR sweet tooth. For me, I like it at only .25% but I also vape it without sweetener as the FA Carmel lends some sweetness to the recipe as well as TPA DCC.
So there you have it folks; a recipe representing the candy that has made my girlfriend consume approximately 1,300 calories a day in candy alone! I hope you guys enjoy and remember,
Stay sexy folks ;)
I’ve been trying to make an exquisite coffee recipe. I nailed it this time… at least for my taste!
This is a creamy custard vape, with a vanilla accent where a strong Italian espresso shines.
It makes a great ADV, both MTL and DTL, but it is just perfect to drip when you get home, seat on the couch with your feet up and drink a cup of coffee.
For me, a custard is Cap Vanilla Custard. 6% is the right spot in this recipe. The Cap French Vanilla is there to enhance the vanilla accent. As a matter of fact, Vanilla Custard and French Vanilla are perfect friends.
I love that Dulce de Leche and Butterscotch special sweetness. They work together very well.
I used Cap Butter Cream and Cap Vanilla Whipped Cream to give the extra creaminess to the vape, as they help to extend the taste in your mouth. TPA Graham Cracker Clear gives some texture.
I tried a few different coffees and Fa Espresso was the chosen one. It gives you that Italian strong espresso taste. It’s a strong flavor, at 1% it was too strong for me, so I went with 0,75%. I just wished it wasn’t so sweet.
I tried a few different flavors to make a twist on the recipe. FA Hazelnut was the elected one. Believe me, at 0,5%, it makes a magic spell.
The recipe’s intrinsic sweetness is more than enough for me, but feel free to add some Cap Super Sweet or try some Fa Marshmallow.
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I've been mixing with passion and determination for 6 months now. This is my first share here on ATF because this is the first recipe I've created that I place enough confidence in to share publicly. Just a simple combination that's been running around my mind the last 3 days that pulled at my curiosity enough to have me finally sit down and at least give it a one shot attempt. Turns out that's all it took for myself to be satisfied with the flavor of this mixture. "Chocolate-Hazelnut-Almond", and that's the just of it. That rich, robust, authentic, somewhat tart body you get from a good dark chocolate all the way through initially, and on the back during the inhale. Then an even more rich, "cocoish", sweet chocolate still holding on to its authenticity along side a dark, roasted, nutty aroma that both the hazelnut and almond create; but hazelnut lingers its unique and prominent impression here and throughout the exhale.
I'm very much an entry level novice and would very much accept and encourage criticism and guidance. You kinda have to enjoy hazelnut to find this mix desirable but when considering its simplicity the hazelnut could more then likely be tweaked to sit not so potent. Mix it up, remix it up, and build upon. Please let me know how you've enjoyed this and what changes you possibly made to further enhance it. I have mixed this both max VG and 70/30 it was enjoyable on both attempts right off the scale.
So this was requested by a Reddit user looking for something similar to Jam Monster. I thought it was a good idea and interesting profile, so off to work I went. This is version 2.25 after my 7th revision. This is more or less the final version, thanks for looking!
Another edit: AP at 0.5% thanks to chewymidget
JF Biscuit + AP + FA hazelnut + FA carmel
Give this one at least one day to come together, 3 days even better. Let me know what you think, or what you'd do differently. Thanks and happy mixing!
I have not tried this with INW biscuit but I would sub it at 1% if you must
Edited : subbed out fa strawberry and used INW shisha strawberry instead
A blueberry cinnamon danish, using my Dogma danish base.
By adding some Acetyl Pyrazine to the base Dogma danish, you turn a flaky, light, layered almond danish into a heavier, breadier, danish base. I then added a variation of @EdibleMalfunction 's blueberry holy trinity and a dash of FLV Rich Cinnamon. It's quite a bit fuller than Dogma solo, and those blueberries do a great job of tasting like a baked in part of the pastry.
Still 100% S&V certified, although if you let the AP settle in for a couple days the danish base gets a little more solid.
It's 10 ingredients, yes. But 5 of those ingredients are currently available RIGHT HERE from Bull City Flavors in one super convenient and dare I say, sexy, package.
It's a danish, with a marzipan filling, light icing, and slivered almonds. My 100% S&V take on a bakery ADV.
FA Catalan Cream- This concentrate really does pull the recipe together. It adds a bit of creaminess, to keep the pastry from reading as too dry. It also lends a subtle spice note to the entire vape, with a hint of bakery cinnamon and nutmeg. The vanilla helps to build the base for the icing.
FA Hazelnut- Not a creamy flavor, more like nearly raw unshelled hazelnuts. It's a strong concentrate, but at .25% it brings in just enough flavor and texture to simulate actual slivered almonds.
INW Marzipan- The almond paste filling for the pastry. Sweet, heavy with that almond-extract bordering on cherry flavor. The sweetness here, even at .5%, is enough to carry over and work with the catalan cream and zeppola to create a light icing for the danish.
FW Whiskey- This adds some warmth to the vape, reinforcing the bakery aspect. The oak notes help to bolster the spices from the catalan cream.
FA Zeppola- Fairly light at .75%, but with enough powdered sugar on top to sweeten up that icing as well as provide a lighter pastry base.
And that's it. I feel like this addresses some of the issues I've had with bakery vapes. It's balanced, letting each component do it's work without turning muddled or cloying.
I went with "Dogma" in reference to the Dogme 95 rules for filmmaking. 1. They're danish and I didn't have a better name, and 2. I think in developing this recipe I finally internalized the fact that I've become some kind of weird jerk when it comes to the way I think mixing should work. I'm the Lars Von Trier of the mixing game.