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pancakes with strawberries and banana slices on top. Inw strawberry shisha is a really nice syrupy strawberry and wf banana puree is a very authentic ripe banana. The wf Vanilla cream extra represents the ice cream on top of the pancakes. I left out the chocolate sauce because I did not want to muddle the mix.
A little something for valentines day coming up. A chocolate cupcake with strawberry jam filling. The chocolate and strawberry are the main notes of this recipe with a nice cakey back note. Australian chocolate is extremely strong to me so I only used a little. Strawberry Ripe and Sweet Strawberry make a delicious fresh strawberry, combined with the Strawberry Shisha make up a great jammy strawberry.
Sweeten to taste.
Heres my participation entry for this week.
added .25 Pazzo Joker to add alittle extra to the waffle
The Ice Cream:
Im cheating on this one, using a popular ice cream mix.
The Banana Split:
I tried both FW and CAP Banana Split,
FW was a darker riper banana and just wasnt quite right.
CAP was closer to the flavor i was looking for, but was still a little flat.
HS Aus Choc - taste like chocolate syrup to me
TPA Banana Nut Bread - most real Banana flavor for an additive.
CAP Golden Pineapple - taste like DQ pineapple topping
INW Shisha Strawberry - Im guessing on this one. I cant taste strawberry, so im not sure if it helps, hurts or nothing. Please comment!
The Whipped Cream:
Used FLV Whipped Cream because its the best whipped cream flavor ive tried.
The Cherry on Top:
F*** the cherry! there is enough going on here without trying to figure that part out. LOL
Not sure if its needed, but im in the habit of throwing in at least .5% of CAP Super Sweet whenever i am using chocolate. otherwise, i try not to use sweetener.
**Will Complete After Steep**
A delicious jam covered waffle. Shake and vape certified. On mixing gives on strawberry jam flavor that calms down with time.
Jam - Shisha Strawberry, Strawberry (ripe), Sweet Strawberry - These 3 strawberries make up a sweet delicious strawberry jam.
Syrup - Golden Syrup - Fills out the middle of the vape for me. With a 4 week steep, the Golden Syrup really pops.
Waffle - Belgian Waffle and Waffle - The combo of these two is great, you get some of the fluffy Belgian waffle while still having some of the burned waffle from straight off the waffle iron.
Cream Topping - Sweet Cream and Whipped Cream - This finished the recipe with a bit of cream for good measure.
In a slightly intoxicated state on night, I figured a strawberry cigarette was a good idea.
When I woke up the next morning, I realized it WAS a good idea. This is a simple mix that somehow has loads of complexity. Notes below.
FLV Kentucky Blend/FLV Virginia Tobacco - After months of testing different tobaccos to create IPA Smoke, I realized that these two work really well together to create a pseudo-cigarette profile. The Kentucky Blend is earthy, dark, dirty, and deep. It has smokey notes in it, some subtle sweetness, but overall, it's just a delicious dark pipe tobacco that really gives some "ash" on the back end after a few days of steeping. Virginia Tobacco, is light and dry. It has more of that light cigarette tobacco feel to it. There's some bitterness that plays really nicely with the sweetness of Kentucky Blend. In this mix, using Virginia Tobacco at a higher percentage helps fight the overt sweetness we get from the strawberry and brown sugar. Back in college, I made a friend that rolled his own cigarettes using a blend of cherry pipe tobacco with some full bodied cigarette tobacco. I fell in love with those smokes. To me, the mix of FLV Kentucky Blend with FLV Virginia Tobacco is almost a perfect emulation of those cigarettes I used to bum from him.
INW Shisha Strawberry/TPA Brown Sugar - When working with profiles like tobaccos, custards, ice creams, etc, I've found that INW Shisha Strawberry works incredibly well. I typically rock the FA Strawberry/CAP Sweet Strawberry combination when I'm creating full fruit profiles. But in this mix, using that combination was pretty disgusting. Which isn't too surprising. Who wants a candied strawberry profile with a dirty cigarette? Probably no one. Or maybe a fucking coward. Who knows. But with INW Shisha Strawberry, we get a nice blend of a deep, slightly overripe, authentic strawberry with a touch of sweetness. I've read before that mixing INW Shisha Strawberry with things like caramel and dark sugar doesn't really work. While that may be true for typical application, we can see that this is not your standard strawberry recipe. In this, the addition of TPA Brown Sugar not only amplifies the nuances within the tobaccos, but also nearly exaggerates the overripe sweetness of the strawberry.
Shake and vape is definitely good, but after 3 days, the strawberries and tobaccos blend together into something special. Before the steep, the two stay fairly separate, but after a few days, they meld together and we get, truly, a strawberry cigarette.
This is a weird profile, I admit. It's strange, not an ADV by any stretch of the imagination. However, I find myself constantly wanting it for a few hits. It's really odd, really tasty, and a good way for ya boy to start off 2019.
Now I understand, you'll look at this recipie, and think, whoa thats alot of flavours....
Each one has its own place to create the perfet fruit tea blend, with an extremely subtle mint feel.
It all started with a wonderful cuppa tea from a coffee house here in the uk. Primary ingredients being Apple, Papaya, Mint Leaves and Rose Petals.
The Tea smelt and tasted so good, I recreated it in a Vapable form.
HLQ Black Tea is Chefs Fab MIx Black Tea
If you have the concentrates to mix it up, let me know what you think.
Strawberry Cheesecake (LB) is Amaze me (INW) (Not in AllTheFlavors database yet)
Nothing fancy here... just a 3 2 1 recipe that works!
ofcourse you can improve this recipe by adding an extra strawberry and a extra cream.
My favorite strawberry at this point in time. It's like a mix of an artificial sweet strawberry, a natural strawberry, and has a sort of creamy or smooth texture to it. I remember hearing before purchasing this flavoring that it was the best strawberry out there, and that it's the only one you need; I disagree that it's the only one you need. It is great by itself as a strawberry, but I feel it benefits a lot from a slight strawberry ripe accent (depending on the recipe of course). It is weak for an INW flavoring, but falls in line with the same kind of potency as a lot of other flavoring companies such as TFA & CAP.