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Roasted pecan had a nice coffee caramel roasted note that is supported a bit by the coffee milk froth that has a vanilla top note with light cinnamon almond finish mixed for fresh 03 Saturday show
while there is no actual coffee flavor here the roasted pecan does give a slight roasted coffee note that is really pleasant but the combination of the vanilla, cinnamon and almond really shine in this mix Add sweetner to your liking - although the marzipan adds some inherit sweetness
the idea was an ice cream sandwich of mascarpone with a nice chewy and crispy almond cookie
I’m not sure if it fits to the idea but sure it is going to be a good one.
I use the cc trinity to get the cream cheese feel and a little crust, probably I should go there with la cci or caps creamy yog and also fw yog
But In this iteration I preffer going this way.
The hs fvic plus tpa bvic for the buttery ice cream base and the vanilla touch an ice cream needs plus hs fvic wich also helps in the sourness, I feel this accent very cheese more than I wanted with the average use of it. That is why I only dropped 0.25% here.
The cookies and the almond + marzipan for the cookie part of the sandwich.
Let me know what you think
This is a sweet full creamy vanilla almond cheesecake with a touch a candied black cherry.
On the inhale you get a full sweet almond vanilla cream with a touch of black cherry and finishes with a almond note that lingers
This is vapable off the shake but really comes together at 5 - 7 days as the creams really come out
tested on reload RDA with alien coil at 70 watts
WF almond custard is a lovely full mouth non eggy custard with a light almond that is present on backend , adds to the body and almond notes of this mix
Vanilla chesecake custard and Yes we can cheesecake make the cheesecake filling of this mix . They work well together for a more lush creamy style cheesecake rather then a true Italian cheesecake . The vanilla is a top note that is perfect with the cherry and almond as it is supportive and not overpowering here
Graham Cracker and Almond Cookie are used to create the crust for this square . FW graham cracker is true grainy honey graham cracker and one of my favorites . When combined with the almond cookie for some more of the buttery shortbread cookie works well for the bakery base of the square
Marzipan by FA is used to really boost that almond note ( almost like an amaretto liquor) and add some intrinsic sweetness - if you want to pull out more of the cherry note more use INW marzipan which can have a slight candied cherry note
Nectarine apricot and passion fruit are the main notes. Enhanced with Fa orange to brighten the nectarine a little bit of lemon lime for the Sorbet aspect and marzipan for the sweetness. EM serves as an emulsifier and gives you a sweet exhale aspect of sorbet without the sweetness of Sucralose that would turn it into a candy.
Sweetener is optional I would say keep it under 0.5%
Polar Blast and WS23 are optional at around 0.5%
If you want to add cream and keep the integrity of the mix I recommend FA Custard for the creamy lemon notes at 0.75% with Cream Fresh at 0.25%
If you want it deeper add a touch of Brandy at 0.50% to 1.0%
Well balanced smooth pistachio/apricot cotton candy with zero throat hit.
Firstly, the only cotton candy concentrate I could see used here is PUR Cotton Candy. This is because(unlike other brands) this is a smooth/strong flavoring with little to no throat hit. In addition, Purilum's CC doesn't taste muted 2-3 hits in, as has been my personal experience with other brands. This flavoring is truly a hidden gem.
I included CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream strictly for mouthfeel.
My pistachio layer contains TFA Pistachio(candy-like), FA Marzipan(more candy-like than INW) & FA Almond. I dont recommend subbing INW Marzipan here due to it being more creamy(cotton candy isn't creamy) and more 'cherry' tasting. FA Marzipan isn't creamy, and is more of a candied almond flavor(which benefits pistachio greatly).
FA Apricot(Armenia) was the best choice for my light fruity layer due to its' cooked/jammy quality. I wanted to keep this layer lighter than the cotton candy & pistachio layers so that it feels like a complementing accent to the pistachio. And I think at this percentage, this was achieved really well. FA Apricot also adds a "wet" quality to the overall mix to avoid dryness, as is often experienced with other cotton candy mixes.
FLV Sweetness was added because cotton candy is all sugar. This sweetener will achieve our desired effect without adding harshness, muting or coil-gunking properties. It will also taste more natural than other sweeteners. CAP SS will make it sickeningly sweet, EM(and Sugar Daddy) will mute the fuck out of this mix.
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You can shake and vape, although it is much better with a few days steep.
Apple Pie and Apple Jam: The base, this combo works really well together, the toast base gives almost a pie crust, the apple pie brings out the apple the most.
Butter: What is the world without butter.
Super Sweet: Lower or up it to your liking.
Marzipan: That hidden note that brings it all together.
Likes and dislikes: I like that you taste all the flavors and that it is not to complex. Dislike would be the flavors aren't sharp, but thats kind of the downfall of pods, which honestly I don't mind.
If someone wants to try and tweak this I would love to hear what you came up with. I was considering adding another apple to the mix or upping the apple pie percentage.
I vape this on a smok Novo.