Used in 5934 recipes at an average of 1.071%.
well my buddy wanted JUST a dank ass graham cracker. And my mixing capabilities are like "you sure you dont want peanut butter or cheesecake or custard or somethin!?" And he said "nope just a graham cracker please".
Fw graham cracker is my favorite. Its a wonderful honey vanilla graham cracker. Cap graham cracker fills it out. Inw biscuit adds to the cracker aspect, keeps it dry n crunchy n slightly buttery.
Vta honeycomb and inw shisha vanilla are here to boost the depth of the graham cracker flavor!
My buddy really likes this stuff and it smells soooo good.
Super sweeten to your preferences. .25%-.5% for a graham cracker is plenty.
Vta honeycomb can be bumped to 1.5 if you want a lil more of a honey note.
Steep time: literally 3-5 hours later this juice will change color and is ready to go.
A creamy, fatty, nutty Vanilla Almond Full Milk!
LA Cream Cheese Icing,
OOO Cream Milky Undertone
This 4 Flavours build the Backkbone of a authentic, creamy, full Milk.
Meringue & CCI add also a nice, natural Sweetness
FA Almond & INW Marzipan
add the Almondtaste, where Fa Almond add that yummy fatty Almond and Marzipan builds a nice Backup.
I must not say anything to INW Shisha Vanilla what adds a delight, bright Vanilla.
The Vanilla needs 8-10 days to shine, in Harmonie with the Almond.
Its sweet on its own, but add Sweetener if you like!
This Mix is in my weekly Rotation since over 2 Years.
I hope you enjoy it like me.
Please tell me, how you like it.
Nice and thick, creamy vanilla malt marshmallow milkshake.
TPA VBIC + FA Vanilla Ice Cream provides the ice cream base. TPA VBIC works fine on its own @ 3%, but FA Vanilla Ice Cream complements it nicely. This combination also allows the TPA VBIC to be used at a lower concentration, which will help to greatly reduce or even eliminate the "peppery" flavor that some people get.
TPA Malted Milk + FW Hazelnut is the malt. These two flavors work amazingly well together as a malt base. TPA Malted Milk is extremely "potent" to me – using it at anything more than 1.25-1.5% completely overpowers everything else in a mix, while I see many recipes using it much higher. So you might need to increase the TPA Malted Milk from the 1% I am using here.
CAP Whipped Marshmallow + TPA Marshmallow obviously gives the marshmallow. I chose CAP Whipped Marshmallow as the main ingredient here, since its light and airy mouthfeel is a great way to help keep things from being bogged down. I tried TPA Toasted Marshmallow, which actually worked out pretty well, but I felt the recipe was starting to get a bit too "busy". If you would like to try it anyways, then go with 1.5% TPA Toasted Marshmallow and 1% CAP Whipped Marshmallow.
INW Shisha Vanilla boosts the vanilla flavor up a tiny bit. I didn't go very high here, because it would overpower the delicate marshmallows.
TPA Whipped Cream is there because all milkshakes need whipped cream.
CAP Vanilla Custard at the small amount of 0.5% doesn't alter the flavor much at all, but it helps tie everything together. I started out at 1%, but it added too much "butteryness", and began to encroach on the lighter flavors, like the whipped marshmallow and whipped cream.
It's definitely vapeable as a S&V, but definitely needs at least a week to meld.
This also works great as a base for other milkshake recipes. Depending on what you want to add, consider omitting the malt (the combination of TPA Malted Milk and FW Hazelnut). For example, when adding some caramel, cake / cookie, or especially some chocolate, keeping the malt might definitely be a great option. But if you want to add strawberry, banana, or other fruit, you probably would want to leave it out. One exception is when adding a cereal (like FW Fruity Flakes, or any of the dozens of other cereal flavorings available), where I'd recommend dropping the TPA Malted Milk but leaving in the FW Hazelnut. In a cereal recipe, FW hazelnut at low concentrations, as here, does a great job transforming the milk and cream flavorings into the milk left over after eating a bowl of cereal.
Note: I vape almost exclusively on RDA's at fairly high wattages (100-120 watts on average, and rarely anything below 80 watts), so my recipes tend to have less amounts of flavoring than average. Depending on your hardware and preferences, you may need to increase everything slightly. Using 1.25x - 1.5x what is listed here will put the total flavor concentration at 11.25–13.5%, which is more in line with what seems to be typical.
This is the Majesty Reserve offering of a strawberry custard accentuated by a shortbread/biscuit crumble. I’ve had many strawberry custards over my years of vaping and finally mixed one that suited my need for an ADV strawberry custard.
Named after one of my favorite (and admittedly deranged) historical figures, Countess Elizabeth Bathory.
Lemon Gelato is one of my favorite after dinner pallet cleansers. It Vapes very much the same way. It’s a good pallet cleanser and and amazing ADV.
(the lemon) FLV smoothie base is already very lemon forward, I add FE lemon to boost up that natural lemon flavor.
(the ice cream) FA Vanilla Ice Cream, FA Cream and FW Yogurt give a nice body to the vape and take care of the gelato note.
I add INW shisha vanilla but you don’t have to.
I sweeten with .5% CAP super sweet.
Mixers club: March 2020. The ice cream man @eyemakepizza is about to be a father. To toast this, I've mixed a green "milk".
It's a monster alright? Neither a blue or a pink recipe. The pun wrote itself (okay, that's a lie. @nowar wrote it), and the cream base is ripped right out of DAAPled pears.
TFA honeydew is delightful if a bit pervasive, it's almost hard to keep this fruit down to a manageable level to let anything else shine through.
TFA key lime is basically candy lime, green jello type flavor. Distinctly green but different enough that it sweetens the mix and stands outside of the shadow of the honeydew.
FA Aurora is sharp, like lime zest sharp. In this instance something that can really make itself known and fight that bully honeydew to a stalemate was necessary. It was important for the sake of contrast to find something that would stand side by side with the honeydew without clashing.
Special shout out to @rainbowdragon for helping with the art(okay, that's selling her efforts short, she did all the work) in this month's series of MC recipes
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.