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Tres Leches, meaning 3 milks, is a soft white cake infused with whole milk, condensed milk, and topped with a whipped cream frosting. This is a recipe where MaxSavage and Folkart had never had the real thing, so Nachef was our guide into this wonderful dessert. The FA Milk at 2.5% off the shake is a bit forward as a top note, but let it steep for a few days and it begins to blend well with the mix. Full recipe notes at https://youtu.be/sW1fA-An8ws .
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Very simple cereal mix, made for myself never intending to release but I follow a rule (I always make a 60ml to test, if I vape the whole lot and make more then I release it)
The lemon is strong, but you get some orange and a touch of lime, after it’s steeped it becomes a bit more balanced, still predominant old-school premium cereal juice vibe which I know some of you like. Fruit circles at 10% might seem a lot but it works (especially if you’re a fan of the concentrate to begin with) FA milk because it’s the best, French vanilla to give the milk a little panache and finally a bit of crispy wafer to boost the cereal note.
Sweetener totally subjective but does help the overall profile.
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Mixed this up for the Mixin Vixens Challenge for Loco Unicorn and here's why I went this way. I followed a drink recipe for this one and one of the main notes is the Captain Morgan Loconut which is described as a rum, coconut milk with spices (nutmeg for me and why I added the eggnog, FA Milk, rum and coconut ).
The next hint we get from the real recipe (https://mixthatdrink.com/loco-unicorn-loconut-cocktail/) is berry flavor grenadine (hence grenadine) and orange flavored blue curaco (hence Blood Orange FA) Another hint is it makes a great berry mix (Forest fruit) and then the glass is rimmed with sugar (Super sweet)
This is my take on the recipe :)
The Finest Strawberry Milk Recipe Of Them All
(in my humble opinion lol)
After 4 years of creating recipes I find myself yet again returning to one of the most desired recipe profiles in DIY.
I won't lie, this year I have been holding back on my better recipes for commercial use, not this time. This one is for you all!
Early in my time mixing, I enjoyed a lesson in mixing patience and steeping with a recipe called "God Milk". It was an excellent example of a strawberries and milk 4+ years ago. This recipe is not attempting to replicate that great recipe in anyway rather to respect it for what it was along with so many other amazing similar recipes since.
It's past time time though with all the amazing concentrates in hand that are available here in 2020 to create the finest Strawberry Milk of them all!
This is "Goddess Milk".
The Cream Base - Is a delicate combination of authentic flavours blended carefully to get the right balance and the most realistic mouthfeel possible once steeped.
The Strawberry - JF Strawberry Sweet is the God to the Goddess here. It holds up beautifully against all the creams and sits just nicely here.
What to expect?
On the Inhale a delicious and full,sweet, syrupy & rounded strawberry followed on the exhale with the strawberry softening while blending with the silky smooth blend of creams of the very authentic strawberry milk mouthfeel on the exhale. I have vaped 120ml of this already without fatigue.
Please try the "Blind Goddess" by subbing JF Strawberry Sweet at 2.5% with Wonder Flavours Strawberry Gummy Candy.
Steep Time: While very vapable off the shake I recommend for best flavour experience to allow 5-7 days.
I enjoy this at 60W on a Single 0.2ohm SST coil on a Recurve RDA.
I hope you enjoy this just as much as I enjoyed creating this recipe, but let me know what you thought in the comments below.
Seriously if you like a solid recipe that works give it a go!
Cheers for reading this far, now go and get mixing!
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Pink Guava... milk? Yes. The assignment was to take one of two colors - pink or blue - and add them to milk.
Love that Pink Guava, especially that bit of tropical funk on it. Pink plus stank = Pank. With some Hibiscus - which also tastes pink to me - to bridge the wide gap between grapefruity pank and thick moo juice. None of the usual recipe development here. The first version tasted exactly the way I wanted it to and I couldn't think of a way to improvement. Maybe you can?
A deeply delicious strawberry milk.
I have NEVER released a strawberry milk and thought that I would never see the day... However, the lockdown does strange things to one and this is the result after mixing the missus her usual strawberry cream... This is a self indulgent thick and creamy strawberry milk which was inspired by combining the best bits of my favorite strawberry milks and adding my own spin on 'em.
Each strawberry plays its own role here and, combined, delivers a wonderfully sweet & flavourful strawberry base while delivering a semblance of mouth feel - compliments of WF Strawberry Gummy Candy. I realise that 3 strawberries may seem excessive but this threesome has proven me wrong. Used sparingly, I have coaxed just the correct amount of flavour out of these babies to deliver the ultimate strawberry milk strawberry.
VT Vanilla Cream has been a revelation in the mixing scene and for good reason... This voluptuous, creamy beauty is laced with fresh vanilla and is just sublime in any creamy base. Combined with FA Milk and a touch of meringue, it is catapulted to greatness...
The sugar cookie adds that little bit of familiarity and prevents the recipe of being linear - the slightest bit of cookie flavour just elevates it perfectly.
This baby is ready after 3 days or so.