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I've been working on a Samoan girl scout cookie forever!!! This is my latest, turned out really good.
The recipes a little coconut forward, on a shake and vape., the coconut does fade, I haven't found a coconut that doesn't yet.
Shortbread cookie base- JF biscuit, TPA butter and
FA vanillaa classic come together to create a delicious shortbread cookie.
Coconut - sweet coconut with a touch of f l v coconut to make it slightly more authentic and it helps keep the coconut from fading after steeping.
Chocolate - they've trained Devon cream and FLD milk chocolate in my opinion are the two best chocolate flavorings on the market. JF milk chocolate is a suitable substitute if you do not have FLV s offering.
Butterscotch - FLVS butterscotch does a nice job here.Toyed with the idea of adding fa caramel as a supporting flavor. didn't really feel like it was necessary in this recipe if you find the butterscotch lacking .25 fa caramel should give it more body.
The Bûche de Noël is a Christmas tradition among the French that dates back to the 19th century. The cake represents the yule log that families would burn starting on Christmas Eve. The burning of the yule log symbolized the new year to come and would bring good luck to the family. While no one is positive on exactly how the yule log turned into a cake, everyone can agree it's a delicious tradition we never want to end.
The cake in this mix is represented by FA Chocolate Glazed Doughnut, I chose this because I wanted to incorporate the chocolate and cake notes of the doughnut.
The heavy cream is replicated by using FA Fresh Cream and VT Pudding Base to make a heavy and sweet cream with a hint of vanilla.
For the icing I used a combination of VT Chocolate Base and VT Dark Chocolate to make it sweet and a slightly bitter at the same time.
TFA Butter is used as an emulsifier and the FA Madagascar is used to help with the authenticity of the dessert.
OOO Powdered Sugar is like the garnish on top and FW Sweetener because it's a cake. It's supposed to be sweet.
I wanted something semi simple to vape while playing Red Dead Redemption 2. Since Im not a real cowboy I wanted something sweet with definitive tobacco note (JF RY4 DOUBLe) building on the sweet side of the profile, I decided to use sweets that would compliment Ry4. so dulce de leche and a hint of FA vanilla were my choice, instead of a cream I chose Vanilla Pudding because i like the mouthfeel and flavor it provides after a few days steep.
I made a nicsalt version of this so that I could get a nice nic buzz from my Sourin Drop as I bring justice to the Digital wild west! Hope y'all like it.
okay this is my vanilla tobacco but with cavendish and no vanilla bacco - should be good I think - wouldnt mind a review LOL :) I used cavendish instead of FLV arabian tobacco and just nixed the vanilla bacco - but otherwise same recipe - this is for folks who REALLY enjoy tobacco cuz Im guess ing its strongly of tobacco - still need to try it but wanna wait a day at least.
These soft cookies have been a favorite of mine during the winter months. I used these delicious deli cookies from the local Starbucks for development reference. Ok firstly, This has been a tedious profile to tackle. As we probably all know pumpkin is evasive, and often, it's downright deplorable. Going through a gauntlet of pumpkin flavorings I finally landed on a combination of FLV Pumpkin Spice + TPA Pumpkin. Hangsen's Pumpkin Pie proved to be insanely weak during testing, not to mention a bit cloying after a steep when I attempted to push the flavor ceiling. I don't get why it's being recommended by so many. Maybe I'm just not handling it right. 🤷♂️
■ CAP Sugar Cookie + FLV Cookie Dough: The deli cookie style I referenced was a pumpkin glazed sugar cookie so it only made sense to use CAP Sugar Cookie. The inclusion of FLV Cookie Dough helps soften the crispness since I wanted a fluffier texture.
■ FLV Pumpkin Spice: This contributes more spice than anything. The pumpkin note is a bit light in the background.
■ TPA Pumpkin: This is the meat of the profile. (Pun intended) TPA Pumpkin lives up to it's name. It's straight pumpkin. When used in lower ratios it provides an authentic meaty canned pumpkin without sweetener. SFT with this concentrate was not enjoyable. However, when it's mixed with just the right level of spices and components it tag teams surprisingly well. I got this concentrate in specifically for this recipe task. While not incredibly versatile, After trial testing I can certainly recommend it for recipes you may be striving for of this nature.
■ CAP Butter Cream: Cookies need butter right? Beyond that it helps impart further fluff and a waxy texture comparable to cookies.
■ FA Vanilla Classic: Comparative to the darker vanilla extract we've come to know in northern america as the "bakery vanilla". This simply helps to attribute to the overall bakery experience while adding some contrast to the meaty pumpkin.
■ FA Meringue: Another mouthfeel component, but also serves to further "moisten" the cookie.
■ CAP Super Sweet: While not wanting to go overboard, I felt the profile needed a sweetness boost being that this is a dessert recipe.
Blueberry, Blackberry, and Huckleberry blended together into a wonderful creamy yogurt.
This was my first venture into creamy/yogurt vapes. EdibleMalfunction was kind enough to share his yogurt base with me and that was my starting point.
I wanted to do a blend of a bunch of different berries rather than just one or two. So I started with the always wonderful FW Blueberry and FA Bilberry combo. For me this makes a great blueberry that's sweet but not over sweet and candied but not over candied.
I chose TPA Blackberry and TPA Huckleberry to add a depth of sorts to the mix. The blackberry has a nice tart berry flavor that works well with the sweetness of the blueberries. Huckleberry worked wonderfully to work in a nice sweet jammy flavor into the berry blend. These two took a bit of work to get to a good place as they are very strong flavors. My first attempt with the two was at 1% and .75% respectively and they overpowered everything in the mix. Cutting them down to .5% each helped significantly in allowing them to complete the roles I wanted them to without taking away from everything else in the mix.
IMPORTANT - RY4 is from Molinberry and not (MPV)
Not sure if this is for the tobacco-heads or the sweet-tooth vaper but it's a very sweet tobacco. The idea behind the profile was to put Coconut and Native Tobacco up against each other since I find Native to be delicious, but strong. The result was unexpectedly pleasing.
A very sweet cinnamon thump with a dark tobacco back note.
Update: I have found this to work best as an MTL recipe. I have switched to Molinberry RY4 (Please note that this is marked as MPV flavour house) and included Vanilla Classic (FA) and Butter Cream (CAP).