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This is a blackberry and pomegranate cream cake with a floral edge. I used tfa sweet cereal flakes for the crust since the picture looked like a granola type "more natural" crust. I used SC Blackberry to give a sweeter more candied edge to the blackberry blossom. The Vienna cream and vanilla cream extra help to tone down the intensity of the blackberry blossom and pomegranate.
A straight up morning starter - Caramel Latte.
This kind of needs a long time to steep. I tried it after two weeks and it almost tasted like it had a tobacco in it. I tried it again after one month and two months, and there wasn’t much change. So I put it back on the shelf. After three months, I was not hopeful at all, but it was actually really nice. You could use more caramel, but it does kill the coils a bit, so I tend to use it sparingly.
Definitely DO NOT shake and vape.
H M Cheesecake. Usually anything with H M in the title would create some anxiety due to it more than likely being a court summons or warrent for arrest! Thankfully this is NOT one of those occasions and truth be told,apparently Her Majisty is quite partial to this paticular cheesecake profile. I urge you all to mix this recipe as this is an absolute revelation. Perfectly balanced creams,fruits and biscuits. Fuck its delicious!!A stunningly authentic,deliciously moorish apricot&mandarin cheesecake.
I used 1 drop (CAP) Super Sweet per 10ml.
Please give me your feedback (good or bad) and I hope you all enjoy this one as much as me! Getting this recipe to exactly where I personally believe is optimal on both flavour and balance took awhile however,everyone that mixes and is as passionate about creating profiles as much as I am will no EXACTLY what I’m talking about when that little tingle in your under garments occurs when you hit the “motherload” and get those percentages right where they should be. 😃 👍🏻
P.S I use an ultra sonic on all of my mixes and generally on desert profile with thicker creams etc i will do 3 stages:
1.) 1hr @ 40 degrees-shake and leave to cool.
2.) 45mins @ 38 degrees-shake&cool
3.) 30mins @ 35 degrees-shake,cool then vape.
This works best for me and really breaks all the creams in and smooths everything out. Ultimately,shaving around 5 days natural steep off which is great when your inpatient fuck like me!!! Enjoy 💙
I know there are hundreds of fruit and cream recipes out there, and most are delicious. I've tried, and enjoyed several of them.
There are also cream bases, and stones. Ever since I acquired CC Devon Cream, I had wanted to find other creams to blend with it.
After mixing a few different ones together, I have found what I've been looking for!
I chose FLV Boysenberry because to me; it's delicious! Truth be known; you could probably insert any fruit in here and it'll work.
The creams that follow are some of my favorite, and in my opinion; blend very well together. FLV Cream is delightful, and thick. FA Cream Fresh offers a thin, more dairy like note. CC Devon Cream is amazing, and is like no other. It can be used by itself, and if you like creams; it's a MUST HAVE!
Finally, I added a touch of FA Vienna Cream. After a 10 day steep, FA Vienna Cream is simply delicious.
To me; they all seem to blend well, and with a little help from FLV Boysenberry' they make one hell of an amazing tasting vape!
I'm a sucker for a good cream, and a big Wu-Tang fan.
I suggest a 10 day steep.
okay this is my vanilla tobacco but with cavendish and no vanilla bacco - should be good I think - wouldnt mind a review LOL :) I used cavendish instead of FLV arabian tobacco and just nixed the vanilla bacco - but otherwise same recipe - this is for folks who REALLY enjoy tobacco cuz Im guess ing its strongly of tobacco - still need to try it but wanna wait a day at least.
Messed around with this recipe concept for a while (ever since the mixen vixen episode on banana shake).
I originally was trying to use banana cream instead of banana nut bread, but for some reason I like the banana nut bread version better. I'm thinking the bakery notes might be working similarly to how graham cracker clear can effect creams (adds a kind of malted note to the cream).
Let me know what you think or if there is anything I can do to improve the recipe! I am always looking to learn :)
To me this is a balanced, sweet, slightly lemony Torrone Nougat.
Torrone @ 1.5: I wanted to push the flavor for as much as I could get from it while keeping the whole recipe sweet and smooth.
Almond(FA): the Torrone nougat has almonds in it and the chewy candy is actually a candied almond paste.
Marzipan(INW): I use Marzipan because of how it enhances the Almond flavor.
Cream Fresh (FA) and Meringue (TPA): when used at same percentages they infuse a "Wetness" to the overall flavor, in addition to their creaminess. Additionally, I wanted TPA Meringue for the sweet powdered sugar properties that it would bring to this candy nougat.
Lemon Meringue Pie V2 (CAP): This was just a stroke of genius, a hunch, whatever you call it, but I was toying with this recipe using Toffees and had an "AHA" moment , … so I tried it and I liked it....
Vienna Cream (FA) : Vienna cream adds to that creamy punch needed to balance the nuttiness of Torrone
Vanilla Swirl (TPA): Again to add dimension to the creaminess and hopefully, at 2 %, add some chewiness to the recipe.
I hope you enjoy this as much as I do. You comments are welcome and appreciated.
I was trying to make a light fluffy white chocolate mousse on top of an Oreo cookie crumbled crust. It really needed more time to steep though. I would have loved to try the VT Chocolate Mousse but I have not bought that one yet. This is fairly decent but the flavors are light by nature and hard to convey into an e-liquid. This was my first attempt at a mousse profile. It is hard to pull off that texture without using flavors that can potentially mute the white chocolate which is already an extremely light flavor. I may come back and update this recipe later on after I see how it steeps.
You can add in some FLV-Sweetness to this as well if you would like it to be sweeter.