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As the title states, STRAWBERRY MILKSHAKE! Lol, however, this is more of a realistic strawberry/old fashioned milkshake. This is about as far away from a McDonald's strawberry as you can get so don't expect that sickly sweet artificial berry/fake ice cream. This is a LONG steep too... I only found this by accident in the bottom of my steep box, lol!
Milkshake by Molinberry - Fantastic stuff, hard to explain other than it's a milkshake with no flavoring. This and the VBIC make the backbone of the recipe. The length of the steep is due to these two ingredients I'm sure.
3 Strawberries - Overkill, right? I don't think so... To get that REAL strawberry flav I wanted some of each of these 3. JF Sweet because CAP Sweet was too candy-ish, TPA Strawberry to fill the bulk of the flavor and TPA Ripe to really get that fresh ripe berry taste.
Vienna cream - I usually add this with my tart berries because it really brightens them while adding even more cream. 2% seemed like a lot at the time, however, turns out it was just right.
Be patient with this one... Time is key. Don't cook it or the berries will go bye bye.
I wanted a richer, more complex version of a dreamsicle, like something you would find in a quaint little cafe that makes theirs from scratch served in an orange peel bowl.
This was mixed at 70VG/30PG.
Steep 5 days.
For me, the vanilla ice cream base needed to be rich to support such a complex array of orange flavors:
LB Vanilla Ice Cream for a base, FA Vienna Cream for a sweet rich fill, and DIYFS Holy Vanilla because it will stand up to the oranges. After I had let this batch steep, I decided the ice cream base needed richer depth, so I have added HS French Vanilla Ice Cream.
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The orange flavors I chose gave me the complexity depth of deep, middle, and high zesty notes I was craving:
FW Blood Orange for the deep notes. FA Orange and TPA Orange Cream filled the middle notes out.
FA Mandarin finished it all off with some high notes and a bit of zest.
WS-23 was for that hint of coolness. Adjust to taste or try Koolada.
Sweeten how you want, or not at all. I used NN Monk Fruit and Stevia in equal parts as sweeteners.
This noob would appreciate any and all feedback.
Green Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Cone
The Green Mint note for the Ice Cream and part of the chip
Creme de Menthe (Flavorah) - Is for the Green Ice Cream note and plays a secondary role in the chocolate chip.
The Ice Cream
Vanilla Bean Ice Cream (FW) - The main player
Vienna Cream (FA) - The support
Madagascar (Vanilla Classic) (FA) - The support
The Chocolate Chip
Puff Cereal (Cocoa) (SC) (WF) - Doesn't carry much texture but in a delicate blend it adds just enough to mimic a separated flat chip in the Green Ice Cream.
Chocolate Custard (VTA)- Enhances the body of the chip and boost the actual chocolate note without stepping too much on the Green Ice Cream flavor.
Sugar Cone (SC) (WF) - The main player
Waffle Cone (FW) - The support
Vape Pockee by Drip Social clone. Almost impossible to find anymore so I decided to make my own "clone" or variation that I feel is a close enough facsimile for my palette. I feel like the original has a LOT more sweetener in it, but I much prefer it with more flavor, less sweetener. Speed/heat steep doesn't seem to do much to this stuff, but time definitely morphs it. 5 day steep seems to really make it pop, but even as SNV it's pretty excellent. If you sub Rick's with CAPS Super Sweet make sure you cut it in half as the super sweet really is... super sweet, lol! Maltol used to brighten the berries and keep them strong after steep.
14 day steep and this stuff sweetens up a LOT. The strawberry has stayed strong and the creaminess/graham is evident on the exhale. 21 days and it really sits well on the palette. Strawberries on the inhale, cream and biscuit on the exhale with a lot of sweetness, but not like a frosting or crunchy either... just, sweet! 28 days and it's full on flavor packed and ready for vaping.
As a side note... This juice is INCREDIBLY easy on coils for what it is. Whether it's a sub tank, RDA or what have you, I've been getting an extremely long coil life on everything I've put this in. An example: Crown IV tank with a mesh coil, 4000 puffs, >200mls of juice, still same coil, same taste and no build up. It's delightful!
(Post up your adaptations or suggestions please!)
I wanted a sweet, creamy Raspberry cake but with a really strong syrup like Raspberry flavor.
The main note is the Raspberry so I tried to build its fruity body with INW Raspberry and TFA Raspberry sweet but it wasnt what i was looking for.
Then i mixed Cliché recipe from @skiddlzninja and i really liked the way the strawberries worked with the raspberry so i played a little and got what i was hoping.
Then I tried to give it a creamy cake undertone without taking away the sweetness and strong punch of the fruit so I went with FW cake (yellow) and FA Vienna cream.
I think the Vienna cream adds that creamy layer without smoothing the mix too much, i wanted more like a fruity vape than a bakery. I think it still need some work and it will be great if you guys let me know your thougts about it.
This is my first original recipe so I hope you guys enjoy it the way I did creating it.
Can work as a shake and vape but you will notice the bakery notes after 3 to 5 days.
A Simple Lemon Custard Enjoy!!! Give at the least 1 week steep. I prefer 2 weeks on this one!!
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Raw power ejuice is described as a creamy butterscotch,vanilla, caramel coffee with tobacco and hints of hazelnut .This is one of the first commercial brands I was vaping some years back . Purilum caramel coffee with sweet milk is hands down one of the best IMO and a perfect choice for this mix.Flavorah Tatanka tobacco has some darker notes that blend well with it and just a touch of butterscotch and Vienna Cream along with vanilla Swirl to blend it all together.