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Mutated From Lumi's Butterscotch Coffee from the Mixin Vixens!
Raspberry iced Mocha!
The two raspberries fill each other out without letting the Malina get out of hand as it does.
Chocolate mousse adds depth to the mocha, darkens up coffee a touch, while adding moisture to the vape along with the creams.
This classic Tiramisu is made authentically in the Italian way, with espresso soaked ladyfingers layered with a light and airy mascarpone cream, and dusted with cocoa powder. On the inhale you get a full sweet cream with a slight tangy back note note that transitions to a dark coffee and chocolate finish Works best in an RDA at higher wattage 60 - 80, but also works in a tank . This is a bit of a steeper 2 weeks min.
TPA Bavarian was used to help add a neutral creamy dairy body to the the mix with out overwhelming egg or custard notes . Some of the darker sweet accents notes that come from Bavarian cream will also support the coffee and chocolate notes of a tiramisu
WF Marscapone is a full sweet slightly tangy cream, that is ideal for this application. Dont let the initial aroma put you off as it is indeed a strong cheese. This does dissipate over time and you are left with a lush sweet full cream and slight tang back note.
FA up and WF white cake provide the cake base for this. White fluffy cake with Up create that sweet sponge biscuits . UP is really unique as it provides that dark black coffee note along with some cake/ biscuit texture and helps to bridge to the VT coffee liquor
VT coffee liquor has a moderate sweet creamy coffee note and has a slight syrup mouth feel. The booze note is very light as compared to the the other liquor flavors from VT and is very similar to kahlua
JF cocca is that dark chocolate powder note that sits at the end of this mix with a nice finish. it works well as it does not get blended into the creams
NOTES: this is fairly sweet but with the darker coffee notes you may want to add some sweeter . I would recommend FLV sweetness at .3% WF marcarpone is pretty unique and not easily subed but NY cheese cake by CAP or PUR will add some of those cheese notes at around 3% . WF white fluffy cake also is not an easy sub but a Yellow cake could be used adding a little more of a cake note to the mix then teh fluffy white cake
This was made for @freshepies Christmas spectacular, st jude fund raiser . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67XZ2K8XyKk
Fresh had these during the show and described them to me ( as I never had them) and this is the mix we came up with.
It is a crisp buttery cookie with some cinnamon and ginger notes on the back end that has been dipped in coffee.
JF biscuit and FLV ginger snap create a nice buttery crisp cookie.
FA up provides additinal texture and the coffee note
The shisha vanilla was added for some body and mouth fee and a light vanilla note
NOTES: add sweetner to your taste I prefer FLV sweetness .05 If you want more of a spice note similar to a speculaas cookie ( nutmeg, cinnamon and clove) you can sub FLV pumpkin spice for CAP cinnamon sugar
This is a recipe that I think I will be tweaking for a while to come. I set out to recreate the flavour of a cocktail called King Yellowman's Answer, made by my former boss and excellent cocktail bartender Kate.
We would begin by roasting pineapple chunks with honey and cinnamon until they were falling apart and caramelising into a wonderful, dark golden, spiced tray of heavenly aromas. We would then purée pears and add to the fruit mix. When all of the prep was done, we would take a generous amount of Blackwell's rum, some lime juice, a blend of the pineapple and pear purée and a dash of espresso. This was shaken for a minute, strained over fresh ice, and served with a special side ingredient: a scotch bonnet pepper filled with overproof rum, which we would light on fire whilst explaining to the customer that the longer they left it burning, the more chilli would infuse into the rum. The idea was that they would blow it out when ready, then tip some in, adjusting the spice level as they saw fit.
I haven't tried to recreate the flaming chilli garnish for this recipe, as i'm not a total sadist, but feel free to try it and let me know how it works out.
I have, however, come pretty damn close to the delicious flavour of the drink that inspired me. It is a complex flavour that needs three to four weeks to fully come together and calm down, as there is a lot going on here.
Pineapple is the main note here, with a back note of pear, mostly caught on the exhale. The coffee is present throughout, and brings a dark roasted muskiness to the whole affair. Cinnamon is also a prominent note on the exhale, bringing some spicy warmth and complementing both the fruit and the coffee.
I'm quite happy with this one, and am proud to release it as my first wholly unique recipe. I hope you enjoy!
In my next iteration I will probably up the honey and the rum, as they aren't as prominent as I would like.
This was a request from a buddy of mine, he wanted a heavy coffee with a noticeable chocolate. Also, I will add that this recipe was designed to Vape MTL, as he uses an original Nautilus. I found it very difficult to get this profile down, keeping both notes present without creating any off notes. At the same time I feel that I’ve achieved this profile, and it is absolutely delicious!
Crispy Coffee WF + FA Up:
This is used to create the coffee notes, and does a great job at doing so without giving any muddy/off notes. I started with Brazilian Coffee WF and noticed that flavor would be the ideal replacement if this were a DTL recipe, but too muddy to be MTL
Double Chocolate Clear TFA + FLV Milk Chocolate:
This creates a very nicely balanced chocolate flavor that is more of a chocolate syrup as opposed to a cocoa which would seem more “dusty”. These shine right through the coffee base very nicely. Another thing I found difficult to achieve. Started off with JF Milk Chocolate and realized it was too muddy, along with INW Milk Chocolate. Better for DTL.
Vienna Cream + Vanilla Cream Extra:
The dairy base, also enhances the chocolate flavors a bit. I find that Vienna cream is almost required in a coffee flavor.
I like my coffee black, but not in my vape. Gotta taste like something, and super sweet helps pull it all together. I highly recommend using this even if you’re not a fan of sweet flavors, as I’m not. Very important for the chocolate imo. Started with FLV Sweetness, noticed it’s not the best sweetener for MTL flavors, just feels underwhelming in comparison to sucralose. Sweetness is my go to for anything DTL though.
I myself Vape this out of the innokin Ares mtl tank at around 4-4.2 volts. If you Vape it under 4 volts you will taste more chocolate than coffee, go 4-4.2 volts and you get much more coffee. I wouldn’t recommend going higher than that.
Mix it up and enjoy!