Flavor Profile: bakery chocolate dessert
Used in 667 recipes at an average of 3.055%.
Choc-mint slice, just like Grandma used to make.
I have been through a few versions of this flavour and still feel as though it’s not quite finished.
This has a strong biscuit flavour, a rich chocolate note, and a lingering freshness from the mint. The creaminess tends to get lost a bit behind the biscuit, but I’ve used it to try to tie all of the flavours together.
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Because we can never have too many s'mores-flavored treats in our life.Enjoy, and feel free to rate it
Toasted Marshmallow squished onto a Graham Cracker and drizzled with Chocolate.
Was watching Wayne’s Let’s Mix video the other day and realised I’d never made a S’mores vape. Didn’t have FW GC so I left that out and tweaked his recipe slightly to get as close as possible to my ideal s’more.
If you want his exact recipe you’ll have to watch the vid as I don’t think it’s on ATF.
Anyways, I kept the FA Cookie, TFA GCC and AP the same as his, banking on it giving me enough Graham without using FW, which it does... just!
For the Marshmallow I opted for FW instead of FAs because it’s a more authentic artificial/gooey marshmallow flavour in my opinion. I love FAs but it wasn’t the type of Marshmallow I wanted to taste in this recipe.
I had to add some TFA Toasted Marshmallow to ‘toast’ the Marshmallow, gives a little diversity to it as well as the obvious toasted notes that I think helps the Cracker out a bit too.
Totally agree with the FW VBIC. Gives a bit more weight to the Marshmallow and very subtle vanilla, without smacking you in the face with it like TFAs.
Dropped the FA Meringue half a percent, so it’s an almost imperceptible sugary little accent.
I used the old INW Choc, but JFs would be fine in the same percentage. It’s not enough to scream Chocolate, but it’s there sitting nicely at the back end of the vape doing as it’s told.
Super Sweet to enhance the perception of chocolate. Adjust to preference.
And that’s that!
It’s still not what I would consider ‘perfect’, the only thing I think it’s lacking is the Graham Cracker. It’s there, underneath the ‘Mallows but it could do with a boost. The Marshmallow and Chocolate are spot on in my opinion though. Benefits from at least an overnight steep, more if you don’t enjoy fresher flavours.
Big thanks to Wayne for the base recipe to tweak from, legend as always! 👏
This is a smooth buttery chocolate vape. Thick and milky mouthfeel and smooth chocolate exhale. INW milk chocolate brings in the CAP vanilla custard making this smooth and tasty. Cap sweet cream and golden butter brings out the custard making it smooth on the inhale. TPA Graham cracker gives it a hint of Graham to complement the chocolate.
Best after 5 to 7 days steep!
White Chocolate Mousse is such a delicious flavor at TCBY, When I saw wonder flavors had a frozen yogurt flavor I needed to try it. Although it may not be a "clone" of the actual flavor at TCBY, its pretty close and its delish.
The base used here was WF Frozen yogurt at 3%, I do not get the strong yogurt flavor from this concentrate like other yogurts, instead, I get a soft yogurt flavor that works perfect in this mix
TPA Vanilla swirl and CAP Marshmallow was used for the creamy vanilla flavoring
FW White chocolate alongside INW Milk Chocolate (OG Version...Sorry) make a delicous white chocolate combination.
I added the FA Polar blast after vaping it for a bit. I have never really used polar blast in creams, but at .75%, it creates a nice subtle cooling effect that I am really enjoying. I was never a "menthol" smoker so It took me a while to give this a shot. I just get the cooling, with no menthol, which is what I was going for.
.50% Cap super sweet makes it more realistic to the real thing, but as always, feel free to reduce or remove to your taste.
I get a nice light creamy vanilla white chocolate from this recipe and am very pleased with the outcome.
In this recipes the creams will make up the marshmallow fluff, the peanut butter and marzipan makes up the nutty part of this together makes a nutty peanut butter and the caramel & butterscotch ripple makes up the top layer in the snickers bar. The milk chocolate is the outter shell of the snickers candy bar
I've been mixing with passion and determination for 6 months now. This is my first share here on ATF because this is the first recipe I've created that I place enough confidence in to share publicly. Just a simple combination that's been running around my mind the last 3 days that pulled at my curiosity enough to have me finally sit down and at least give it a one shot attempt. Turns out that's all it took for myself to be satisfied with the flavor of this mixture. "Chocolate-Hazelnut-Almond", and that's the just of it. That rich, robust, authentic, somewhat tart body you get from a good dark chocolate all the way through initially, and on the back during the inhale. Then an even more rich, "cocoish", sweet chocolate still holding on to its authenticity along side a dark, roasted, nutty aroma that both the hazelnut and almond create; but hazelnut lingers its unique and prominent impression here and throughout the exhale.
I'm very much an entry level novice and would very much accept and encourage criticism and guidance. You kinda have to enjoy hazelnut to find this mix desirable but when considering its simplicity the hazelnut could more then likely be tweaked to sit not so potent. Mix it up, remix it up, and build upon. Please let me know how you've enjoyed this and what changes you possibly made to further enhance it. I have mixed this both max VG and 70/30 it was enjoyable on both attempts right off the scale.