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Yoghurt or Yogurt - Whichever way you spell it, it's delicious!
I picked up VT Peach Yoghurt on a whim, thinking "Hmm .. this could be good" - But turned out to be very good!
It had some of what I was looking for in a peach yoghurt - but it still needed a bit of help, to become what I wanted for this recipe.
VT Peach Yoghurt - The base - This has a nice creamy yoghurt mouthfeel, but can use a little help.
FA Peach White - Helps add a more bright and juicy peach flavor to the mix.
INW Shisha Vanilla - Adds some sweetness which fits this recipe perfectly.
Needs 3 days steeping to come together.
I actually didn't really enjoy VT Peach Yoghurt by itself, before it had time to develop - but after 3 days it really becomes something else.
I use 70/30 - VG/PG at 3mg
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A sweet vibrant vanilla cupcake body with a cool peppermint icing and flakes at first taste...I added light menthol to it to give it a little coolness for the peppermint but not over the top cold...Also I personally used (LB) Menthol instead of TPA but figured way more people have TPA and I doubt it makes much of a difference at such a low percentage. Also I personally used about 6 drops of (Flv) Cool Menthol which not everyone has in their arsenal but it really made it better for me but was great before it too.. Merry Christmas ya filthy animals!
Full warm nutty pleasure for all.
I find RY4 too harsh/chemical/mothballish even steeped for ever. On the contrary, this satisfies my nutty cravings, without being too tobacco forward or custardly wrong.
INW Tobacco Tobacco Symphony is a nutty semi-tobacco (no leaf or ash), tobacco non-lovers will appreciate. Pumped up by:
- Dx Peanut Butter - the most realistic, but little bodied
- Peanut Butter - brings it out forward, not letting it fade
- INW Shisha Vanilla - the base, rounds it off giving body and a touch of sweetness.
Clear as water - will not gunk your coils, which is a great plus!
Needs little steep, 2 days to come together, but can be S&V.
White chocolate Ice Cream With crushed up candy canes
This is the first year I’ve created and released a Christmas themed recipe. I’m extremely happy with this one! The minute you vape it your automatically transported to a cold,snowy Christmas Day and that’s EXACTLY what I wanted. Sorry for the lack of notes on this one guys I’m very busy with life and just don’t have time
** S&V APPROVED**
Best @ 2-3 Days
Do yourself a favour and give this one a mix and get yourself right in the Christmas spirit!!! You won’t be disappointed I’m sure of it. 😀 merry Christmas all and all the best for 2020! Happy mixing and please leave a rating and short review when you mix this puppy up. P.S *** 1% cap super sweet is a MUST in this recipe!*** yippeekiyaymotherfuckerz!!!!! 😘💙
This is a slight adaptation of @tootal's 3-2-1 creme brulee. I bumped the INW custard up .25% and added HS FVIC @ .75% I loved this recipe before and the addition of the FVIC, I think, takes this to the next level and helps marry the custard to the creme. Give it a try and let me know what you think
Adapted from: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/97165
A rich strawberry cheesecake custard. Wanted a richer strawberry cheesecake flavor, so i combined 2 of strongest/darkest strawberries I had. For the cheesecake to come through and mix with that "strawngberry" i used inw yes we cheesecake and combined with TFA cheesecake Graham cracker crust. I also added sugar cookie with inw biscuit for a good cookie crust. I added some FLV Cream with some Cap Bavarian for the creamy flavor and a splash of Inw Vanilla shisha to add to the custard and cream. The most important part of any custard is... well the custard... I used MB Legendary custard. You can also use tpa or cap vanilla custard if you don't have Legendary or fa premium. The key to this (like most custards) is the steep. 3 weeks Minimum! I wait like 5-6 weeks myself.
Already explained you can substitute the custard (though id definitely stick with MB Legendary)
I feel Red Touch is necessary for the taste im looking for. You can also replace the INW STRAWBERRY SHISHA w
Tpa Strawberry Ripe @ 6-7%
(Thats actually how i originally made this, but I have a hard time tasting SB Ripe sometimes so I changed it up)
One of my favorite vanillas, simply because of how versatile it is, especially when used with creams. This is a very creamy, light vanilla with a nice sweetness about it. When I say light I don't mean light in flavor, but light in profile, as opposed to dark. You definitely get some nice vanilla, but it's not quite as dark of a vanilla as say FA Bourbon Vanilla or McCormick's Vanilla Extract (lul). This flavoring adds some decent creamy body, smoothness, and a touch of vanilla sweetness to a mix. IDK about you but that's exactly the kind of thing I want to bring to a cream party.