Flavor Profile: additive cereal custard fruit other vanilla
Used in 10481 recipes at an average of 1.108%.
Imagine a sponge lemon cake glaced with meringue, that's it. Nothing more.
IMO it's damn accurate, and very balanced..
Lemon : FA and CAP make the perfect combo, FA for the tart, CAP for the juiciness.
Meringue : FA's, as we all know, is the best on the market, Accurate as F###
Cake : For lemon recipes, Nona's was an obvious choice.
Sugar : You can sub FLV by Cap SS at 0.1 , be careful if you add to much sugar (CAP or FLV) you will loose the balance.
IMPORTANT : This mix absolutly needs 3 weeks of steeping, less than that and you'll have chemical lemon notes and non-existent cake..
This is a mix I made up for #DAYTIMEFRANKREVIEWS - Sunday mixin in the kitchen show . The Irish cream, and coffee combine to create the main profile for this mix. The meringue, whip cream and coconut add some fluffy mouth feel and create a sweet top note. The hazelnut, brown sugar and are the base notes. The vodka gives you that slight dryness on the exhale similar to what to the finish of a dry martini cocktail.
As with actual vodka this does not add a flavor to your profile - it add a dryness and extends the length of the finish on your exhale - which is a nice contrast to the sweet creaminess on the front end.
I really wanted to try to make something with Avocado cream (VT) it is a pretty solid buttery creamy profile - it does have a slight banana note that was present in all the percentages I tested at ( 1, 2 and 3) . That banana back note works in this recipe but may not work in a more savory type vape.. Adding citrus to it seems to even bring that note out more and acts as the top note . The honeysuckle and meringue add the sweetness that is needed in a gelato . and bring the vanilla galeto and avocado together in this mix . The Key lime is the top note and well who does not like lime and avocado! This is a a creamy light bright gelato that could easily be an ADV . The percentages are made for a RDA and profile may not be strong enough in a subohm
Toasted Marshmallow squished onto a Graham Cracker and drizzled with Chocolate.
Was watching Wayne’s Let’s Mix video the other day and realised I’d never made a S’mores vape. Didn’t have FW GC so I left that out and tweaked his recipe slightly to get as close as possible to my ideal s’more.
If you want his exact recipe you’ll have to watch the vid as I don’t think it’s on ATF.
Anyways, I kept the FA Cookie, TFA GCC and AP the same as his, banking on it giving me enough Graham without using FW, which it does... just!
For the Marshmallow I opted for FW instead of FAs because it’s a more authentic artificial/gooey marshmallow flavour in my opinion. I love FAs but it wasn’t the type of Marshmallow I wanted to taste in this recipe.
I had to add some TFA Toasted Marshmallow to ‘toast’ the Marshmallow, gives a little diversity to it as well as the obvious toasted notes that I think helps the Cracker out a bit too.
Totally agree with the FW VBIC. Gives a bit more weight to the Marshmallow and very subtle vanilla, without smacking you in the face with it like TFAs.
Dropped the FA Meringue half a percent, so it’s an almost imperceptible sugary little accent.
I used the old INW Choc, but JFs would be fine in the same percentage. It’s not enough to scream Chocolate, but it’s there sitting nicely at the back end of the vape doing as it’s told.
Super Sweet to enhance the perception of chocolate. Adjust to preference.
And that’s that!
It’s still not what I would consider ‘perfect’, the only thing I think it’s lacking is the Graham Cracker. It’s there, underneath the ‘Mallows but it could do with a boost. The Marshmallow and Chocolate are spot on in my opinion though. Benefits from at least an overnight steep, more if you don’t enjoy fresher flavours.
Big thanks to Wayne for the base recipe to tweak from, legend as always! 👏
After trying many different cereal flavorings CAP fruit circles is my favorite because I don’t get the pledge taste from it. However it is very delicate and gets lost very easily especially with a steep. So I set out to make a recipe with as few flavors as possible to keep it the main note.
Not a lot of explanation needed for the choices. Milky undertone does exactly that. Keeps itself underneath the cereal but providing a nice cream. Cereal 27 adds some lacking texture and grain taste and the meringue sweetens and enhances the cream. Give it a go, after all it’s toucans last call!