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This profile has distinct orange notes with a creamy, yet slightly icy, base. Give it a go! It's a great recipes to hail the end of Summer. See the full Episode and flavor notes at https://youtu.be/oSlBtoAwknw .
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sherbet is usually made from fruit juice and cream and sometimes some natural fruit swirled into it.
I decided to make a home made version of sherbet.
I combine an artificial blueberry juice notes with crushed natural blueberries and blended into a heavy cream base with hints of vanilla ice cream adding a dash is polar blast gave it a very light chill that doesn’t lend itself to be a menthol but rather a more realistic sherbet experience.
Adding the MTS vape wizard smoothed it all into a cohesive blend and gives a thick mouth feel without having to overly saturate it in creams yet a very smooth vaping experience.
This is primarily blueberries with some rainbow swirls sherbet and hints of cream.
So for the virtual mixing for May's mixer's club (May 2020), I got Kopel, who wanted...well...
"Cocktails! Whiskey drinks are my favorite and since I can't go out for drinks right now this is my escapism"
As a devout vodka guy (mostly), the closest I get to whiskey is jack and coke, or if the joint (or plane) is fancy enough, Jack and ginger (preferred with honey jack)...so I had to look around the net.
Then I found the Whiskey Smash.
Then I found a variant that was made with cucumber and mint muddled with a LOT of limeade, and garnished with lime wedges.
With all that green, and whiskey...30 more seconds on the internet of searching for an image, and I bring you the Smashed Hulk. Because sometimes, the jokes write themselves.
Great off the shake, thought it hit perfection at day 3, and just stays beautiful, even 2 weeks later.
At these levels, yeah, the guava is gonna terrorize the cherry and pineapple like some politically-misguided Latino thug beloved of naive student types.
Luckily, that situation only lasts about a week longer than a politician's promises, so five or six days after mixing this turns into something much nicer.
note that SA Cerise Griotte should be the cherry listed, but since the database isn't up to date... Also, I would never suggest anyone rape theor own throat with 40% PG - I used PG alternative to keep the juice thin enough to deal with the winter weather, if you mix this in summer I'd suggest 80VG minimum.