Flavor Profile: fruit
Used in 342 recipes at an average of 1.106%.
Wanted a nice strawberry custard with a different profile than I usually mix for myself. At first I used the nonna's at 2.5% which was a little to overpowering on the exhale where the anise/pizzelle cookie flavor was a little to much for me. Mind you I do not get the lemon flavor as some do with this flavor. I dropped it down to 2% where it balances itself better in the mix to give it the more subtle cake flavor with a hint of pizzelle cookie cake accents in the middle of the vape. The strawberry at first I went with inw @ 2% and tpa ripe strawberry at 1%. It gave it a strawberry jam effect which was pretty tasty. The strawberry faded after a few days so I gave it a lift with the rf strawberry sc to give it little more staying power. I am sure this recipe has been done a 1000 times. But I always enjoy a strawberry dessert. Enjoy
My clone of Vape Chemist's MPC
"MPC is an irresistible combination of our world famous Philippine Mango baked into a fresh-from- the-oven Pound Cake." -Vape Chemist
This is what I've come up with, and it's really quite simple... Now this juice has won the Spinfuel Choice Award. So it just goes to show that you don't need to have a recipe with 87 different flavors and crazy ass percentages... It's still a work in progress and I'm not sure about how much sweetener should go into it. I don't have any of the original and nobody near by sells it... I ABSOLUTELY LOVED this juice when i had it and I hope you will enjoy what I've come up with.
(TPA) Philippine Mango: a nice ripe sweet mango with an almost buttery sweetness. Not overly sweet, just nice and sugary ripe sweet. It's the 🌟 of the show here (as stated in the name) and I believe that 6% does it here...
(FLV) Pound Cake: a nice sweet and dense pound cake flavor with an almost coconutty after taste/hint... This here is the other half of the name and at 3% comes out enough to handle the mango but not overtake it. THIS IS the pound cake flavoring used in the original because it has that aftertaste.
Play with the percentages and or sweetener to see what you think, but from the last 4 batches I've done I think it's close enough to drop the recipe on y'all...😎 If anyone has any ideas and or comments hit me up and let me know what you think. Happy mixing... Enjoy!
UPDATE: since the release of this recipe I've updated it..
(FA) Coconut/(FA) Nonna's Cake/(FLV) Mango: all these add to/enhance the flavor profile that I've got going on here... They give the juice a more vivid flavor and now I think this might be better than the original! 🤔
Hope you enjoy the recipe!!!
This is my lemon meringue cannoli!!! It has a lot of ingredients but trust me it works. Give it a try and let me know what you think you won't be disappointed. This recipe is good after a shake but really comes alive after a 5 day steep and to be honest it gets better and better every day it steeps.
Lemon Sicily and lime tahity cold press both made flavor art make up my lemon flavor of the lemon meringue filling of the cannoli. Of coarse i need some MERINGUE by FLavor Art this adds a creamy sugary sweetness to the mix. Well then I have the flavorss that make up the creamy cannoli center. I used a combination of New York cheesecake and vanilla custard by capella i add a small amount of vienna cream by flavor art it helps pull the new York cheesecake and vanilla custard together. I also add in custard by flavor art I added this to the mix to help with the lemon flavor and the cream part because it has notes of both in it. It is a different custard that doesn't work in many situations but it works great in lemon flavors. To be honest I added the Nonna cake at a very small .25% more for mouth feel than to help the outer cannoli wrap. So i guess that brings me to the outer wrap of the cannoli i do this by using Inawera Biscuit and Flavor art Cookie both at .5 % . Well that's it$$$$$$ LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU THINK!!!!! I HOPE YOU ENJOY! !!! LOTS OF FLAVORS THAT WORK
From @Queuetue : I find boston rounds to be the very best bottles for mixing and temporary storage. I use them for my VG and PG as well as on the scale while I'm making a mix. With a top that's easy to fill, easy to cap and with minimal access to air, I keep a bunch on hand for unflavored base, or whatever project I may be up to for handy, quick access.
The tip is small enough to use with most top-fill RTAs or RDAs as well.