From @Queuetue : I find boston rounds to be the very best bottles for mixing and temporary storage. I use them for my VG and PG as well as on the scale while I'm making a mix. With a top that's easy to fill, easy to cap and with minimal access to air, I keep a bunch on hand for unflavored base, or whatever project I may be up to for handy, quick access.
The tip is small enough to use with most top-fill RTAs or RDAs as well.
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Alright let's start off with the Belgian waffle, at 8% standalone comes out a little harsh, but at 4% very well-balanced and delicious. The perfect base for this recipe.
Butterscotch Ripple- can I say enough good things about this flavoring. No it's fantastic almost to for for words. This recipe in pairs perfectly with the waffle making everything better sugary and delicious along with boosting the creams.
Butter & Vienna cream- true staple flavorings in this recipe thay help smooth everything combining to give you a fantastic cake pop base.
Hazelnut- wall complementing The Nutty flavors in the waffle also helps boost the creams and smooth things out.
Wanted to limit myself to five flavorings for this competition. After the dod competition it seems obvious, we can create banging flavors without using so many different concentrates.
This is a banana cream pie recipe with the crust being vanilla waffers. I was basically just using what I had lying around and it turned out very good!!! Let steep 2 or 3 days to bring out the creams but also works as a SAV. I'm very new to mixing and like I said just wanted to come up with something with what I had. If anyone has any suggestions to make this better I'm all ears but damn it's tasty the way it is.
Contest? I'll give it a whirl.
I don't have much from the JF line but what I do own, I love. So far i've tried their strawberry sweet, biscuit, yellow cake and lemon juicy; all excellent.
Here is a recipe to highlight how yummy strawberry sweet can be, and how nicely it can play with everybody else.
Going for a macerated strawberry effect. JF Strawberry sweet is already 90% there, the addition of FW hazelnut and FA meringue just bring it to another level. This strawberry takes a couple of days to really shine. Meringue brings a ton of powdered sugar. Hazelnut boosts the strawberry and also plays very well with our buttery stuff.
TPA butter is the obvious choice. I threw in CAP sugar cookie because it is buttery, and sweet and adds to the butter effect in this mix. FW hazelnut is also playing a role in the butter taste. In this recipe, hazelnut is doing triple overtime playing a role in the strawberry, butter and cream.
I did not want this to be a super creamy or milky thing, this is buttercream. The butter is also the cream but we've got one other guy to give this recipe a full bodied creaminess.
FA vienna cream in combination with FW hazelnut, CAP sugar cookie and FA meringue make this recipe smooth and thick like butter(cream).
There it is, pretty simple and I tried to use some of the most common basket ingredients so everyone could mix this up, enjoy!
I've only just shake and vaped this one but it is very similar to another recipe i've been working on. Give it 3-4 days, strawberry sweet needs to steep.
OPTIONAL ADD ON: TPA Vanilla Swirl 1%, let it steep a week for that tablespoon of vanilla extract effect.
Fruity pebbles infused Creamy cheese cake. Metaphor is the star that pulls this cast together. Mix this and you'll be in a state of bliss.
Caution may lead to excessive Vaping due to chasing this amazing flavor. Dripper Drops is not liable for mass juice consumption. This one taste good after 2 days but give it 2 weeks and you'll really be amazed.
A delicious sugar cookie with strawberry and vanilla bean ice cream. AS a shake and vape it is tasty right away.
Only mixed 15 mls and its gone!
Will report back after steep but so far, extremely tasty! Enjoying this recipe very much
Special thanks to Wayne from DIYORDIE for the delicious ice cream base. This recipe is an adaptation from Waynes stawberry vanilla bean ice cream cone, instead of the cone, its a sugar cookie.
After a couple of weeks this recipe is absolutely an adv!
This is a butter pecan and vanilla bean milk shake. I get this by using flavor west butter pecan as my butter pecan ice cream part of my mix I do this at 4% at this amount I feel it doesn't overpower the creams and works well. I use Capella vanilla bean ice cream for none other than my vanilla bean ice cream part of my ingredients and also I find it to work better in shake and vape situations than its counter part. I use vanilla bean ice cream at 2.5% because it works good at tgis percentage. I then use Vienna cream to basically pull all my ingredients together not only does it really help the vanilla bean ice cream become a full bodied ice cream but it does the same thing to the butter pecan flavor it also helps fill out the malted milk flavor. The last of my four flavor's is malted milk by tfa tgis gives the recipe it's milky part of the milk shake I accomplish this with only 1% of malted milk because first of all I don't use muck milk in my milk shakes and further more this flavor puts off a harsh after taste I feel at a higher percentage. I then used ethyl maltol to sweeten up my creams and help calm down the Butter pecan without drying it out.
This is a simple Milkshake. With only 4 flavors to work with one from each vendor. I had to make this as tasty as possible. So here is what I used
1.BLUEBERRY FW- This is a great blueberry and at 5% gives off a great flavor of blueberry but not to overpowering in the recipe.
2. Cap Sugar Cookie- I used this as the texture that would give this Milkshake the Malted Flavor feel. Honestly might have used Cream fresh instead but like I said limited to 1 flavor from each company I felt this would give the body needed to make the recipe without sacrificing flavor.
3. TFA VBIC at 4% gives off that nice vanilla ice cream taste that you need in a Milkshake.
4. FA Vienna Cream- to me this is the star of the show at 1.5% really brings in that creaminess as well as the nice vanilla Cream flavor,
Enhancer - FW Sweetner at .75% adds to the sweetness to make this recipe stand out. It really makes the blueberry pop.
@MatthewKocanda this is my recipe for our little comp.
A delish, thick, rich, and creamy realistic chocolate milkshake with a dab of whipped cream on top! 2% INW Milk Chocolate + 3% TPA Double Chocolate (clear) makes for a realistic and familiar tasting chocolate foundation.
Together with multiple creams and a touch of marshmallow, the chocolate really thickens and opens up.
Sucralose and % 0.5 EM is absolutely necessary to bring this dessert to life.
CAP Vanilla Custard at just % 0.5 helps to add a silky smooth mouth feel and richness.
This juice is good to go with a one week steep. However, the longer it steeps, the better it gets!
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