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Just maybe the best Strawberry Vape you have ever tried .......... It is one of a kind with lots of textures
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Good off the shake
Best after 3 days
Fantastic after a week steep
STRAWBERRY FLAVORED MOCHI
Profile: Strawberry, Rice, Jelly Candy
Description: Mochi (Japanese: 餅, もち) is Japanese rice cake made of mochigome, a short-grain japonica glutinous rice. The rice is pounded into paste and molded into the desired shape. In Japan it is traditionally made in a ceremony called mochitsuki. While also eaten year-round, mochi is a traditional food for the Japanese New Year and is commonly sold and eaten during that time.
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What's going on folks, back at it again with another recipe for your taste buds. First off, shoutout to the homie Lilhop625 for bringing his negativity towards my previous recipe and bringing attention to it, much love fam 👊🏻 This recipe goes out to the homie Lilhop625! Without further adeu, Pink Season!
So Pink Season is an album by Filthy Frank and every single fucking time I watch Wayne's live mixing or any video he puts out I can't help but notice the resemblance lol. Anyways this recipe is my take on a strawberry milk vape. Yes, I know that this recipe has been beaten like a dead horse but strawberry and cream vapes are what kept me from going back to cigarettes. So I've been trying to create a strawberry cream that satisfies my needs and makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside, (without thinking about Lilhop625😘). This recipe is supposed to resemble when you were a kid and put waaaaay too much strawberry syrup in your glass of milk and how fucking delicious it was. Anyways here's what I've come up with:
FA Cream Fresh, Meringue and TFA VBIC - I believe it was in a flavor talk video by Wayne in which he said a 2:1 ratio of Cream Fresh and Meringue create a good milk base so that's what I've done here. The addition of VBIC adds body to the milk without the heaviness and egginess of Vanilla Custard (even though I'll just about find ANY reason to throw VCv1 into a recipe).
FA Red Touch, INW Shisha Strawberry and TFA Strawberry Ripe - these obviously create the strawberry syrup that I want in this recipe, the Red Touch and Shisha Strawberry act as the sugary potion of the syrup while the Ripe Strawberry helps to add that lacking authenticity. (Honestly I just lined them up and did percentages as 1,2,3 and it seemed to workout 🤐).
FW Hazelnut - this is something that you can totally leave out of this recipe, I only use it because I feel that hazelnut and strawberry are better that beer and football.
Sweetener is always subjective.
That's pretty much it folks! This is SnV approved but I do believe that giving the recipe about 3 days will allow the creams to calm down and the hazelnut to meld better with the strawberries. Mix this up and lemme know what you think!
Psst.... - https://youtu.be/U6FIJjmX138
Featuring the Holy Trinity of Strawberries. A unique strawberry syrup, a realistic freeze-dried strawberry, and a candy strawberry that puts CAP Sweet Strawberry to shame.
This was a first attempt at recreating a Strawberry Slurpee. Missed the mark, still hits the spot for a sweet, refreshing summer strawberry recipe. Sharing because even though it's what you might call a failed early version, it tasted so good I didn't want to put it down. When you mix up something like that, the profile goal suddenly seems so unimportant.
I've been working on this recipe for some time and considering it is #RemixMonth, the time for release is now.
Most think Blue Moon ice cream has blueberry in it, and that is far from the reality. A historical look at the recipe origins of this midwest favorite gives many clues as to the ingredients. Bottom line, it is a raspberry and lemon profile. It's not blue, but it sure makes you think it is. No Name Craft Eliquids is a fan favorite line of juices, and for those that are familiar with the line know that Blue Moon is their most popular liquid next to SPF 15.
Most Remixs I consider as rock solid once they get to the 70% mark in terms of replication. Nailing them down exactly is near impossible, but getting the profile right is most of the battle. In this case? I think I am at 90%! This is the closest I have come to replicating an exact juice. It is hands down one of my favorites of all time, and I have gone through many iterations leading up to this recipe.
The base of this recipe is VBIC, and it stands out. However, there is a creaminess beyond that with slight coconut undertones at higher watts. Enter CGC. The CGC adds a buttery richness that occasionally gives you the effect in the original liquid. Adding some Biscuit to the mix moves the buttery cream effect even higher and closer to the original. Vanilla Swirl pumps up the vanilla profile a bit to keep it from getting too cheesecake like. Additionally, it maintains the sweet and buttery effect the original recipe is known for.
What is left is the blue effect, and was the most daunting part in creating this REMIX. I went through all of the flavor houses finding the right main profile for this liquid. Raspberry Sweet is it. Combined with FA Strawberry makes it spot on. The final piece of this mix was the percentage of Lemon to include and what brand. While I don't think ECX lemon is the particular lemon used in the original, I do think it is the best lemon out there. It is here with just enough of a percentage to make the raspberry "blue".
While I have made many tasty variations of Blue Moon along the way in my journey, these are the percentages that make it a REMIX as close to replication as I could come.
If you have tried Blue Moon by No Name Craft Eliquids, sit back and relax. It is finally here in DIY form. I am very proud of how close this is to the original. As with all my mixes, this is an 80% vg liquid made using a dripper pushing 5.8 volts.
I wanted to contribute to REMIX MONTH but I wanted something outside my normal bakery type flavors to use.
I LOVED Ruby Roo's Nola Flavor as a great summer vape, but it's been over 6 months since I last had it so this was going by memory and flavor description as best I could.
"Nola is a traditional Australian pavlova meringue topped with whipped cream, strawberries, kiwi, and passionfruit."
I knew right away the passion fruit was FA passion fruit so that was easy. The taste really stands out to me, though it's fairly sutble in the vape itself, I would recoginize it anywhere. I knew it would have to be low to just barely peak through with that slight tropical/floral note it carries. .5% brings the perfect hint of flavor without the throat it that it brings used higher.
I'm a strawberry non-taster so I always struggle with strawberry juices, but I could taste a small amount of a ripe, slightly sweet strawberry in Nola. I can't taste TFA Straw ripe at all so I doubted it was in there, but I can taste FA Red touch (Strawberry) so it was my first though, it carries a real strawberry flavor with a slight dryness to it. I've heard it described as freeze dried strawberry and I think that's pretty accurate. Looking for something to bring a little life back into FA Strawberry I went with FLV strawberry over the others. I'm not a huge fan of TFA Strawberry, and originally I tried INW Shisha strawberry, but it made it a little to candy feeling for me. going with a 2:1 ratio of FA and FLV strawberry with 4%/2% helped bring to life the strawberry and sweeten it just a touch.
Up front I don't have a ton of experience with Kiwi so I wasn't sure on this one. I only have FW and TFA DBL.
Comparing the two, I found TFA Kiwi double to be a little more candied kiwi, whereas FW seemed a little juicy, almost like would you'd get in a yoplay Strawberry Kiwi yogurt. It's a bit of a weak flavor it self but I knew it needed to stand up to provide some juicyness to the overall vape so I took the % up slowly to stand contrast to the strawberry.
FA Meringue was an easy choice here, it's a very sweet, real meringue flavor when used higher to be more of a main note vs. and accent so 2% worked really well. When vaping Nola though I swore up and down I tasted a slight sweet bakery note, like you'd get from a baked meringue. Wanting to really keep that sweet bakery flavor sutble I went right to CAP sugar cookie, 1.5% doesn't taste like cookie, but it provides some baked sugar sweetness to the merignue to fill out that base perfectly.
So this one is doubtfully what they use in Nola, but I only have FA whipped cream and CAP van whipped cream. More than likely I would guess they use TFA whipped cream as FA is disconnected in the states, but I didn't want the weight it brings to the table so I went with CAP van whipped cream. It's fluffy and light and I only get a slight vanilla taste to it. 1.5% was enough to provide a light fluffy mouth feel at the end of the vape with a hint of vanilla accenting the fruits.
Let it steep for a few days so that passion fruit settles in to the recipe and have at it!
All in all from memory this isn't a 1:1 clone, but it's incredibly similar and really hits the spot for the craving of NOLA as well as being a great sweet and bring summer vape.
This is a nice candied cranberry apple.
TFA Cranberry- is a nice flavor of cranberry that taste very good and gives off a nice tart note
FA red touch strawberry is a nice candied strawberry that helps to boost the tartness add and some flavor to the recipe.
FA Fuji adds a nice apple flavor and pairs really well with cranberry.
TFA vanillian adds. To make the candy more authentic tasting.
These flavors comes together really well and make a nice tasty tarty fruity blend.
Great as SNV. Add 1 drop of Cap Super sweet per 30 ml for added sweetness to your desire. (Optional)