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made this about a while ago . finally decided to release it it’s got Wayne’s cheesecake base and I’m using pistachio at 1.5% with a little gram cracker clear it helps the pistachio have more of a “crunch” add a New York cheesecake little bit more authenticity and creaminess same goes with the meringue Overall this is a very good recipe
Ok, i have secretly worked on this for a while, it may not be acceptable to some but it tastes like the juice I get at my local vape store and that is their most popular juice, they sell s**t loads of em
FA tahity lime cold pressed: probably my favourite lime, in small amounts it's perfect IN MY OPINION, and I'm pretty sure it's in that juice I spoke about ^
INW biscuit: I know it has changed, used to be my favourite bakery, but still goes well IN MY OPINION in this mix
CAP yellow cake: nice and sweet, fluffy in a way, almost an anise aroma to it, works in this recipe
CAP Butter cream: just wanted it to be a bit buttery and this has worked in my favour
INW yes, we cheesecake: just a good cheesecake for the base, it's my favourite.
FW sweetener (sucralose) : OK I get it, I should have got CAP super sweet, but my local DIY store didn't have it.
At the end of all this you get a nice sweet, buttery, custardy cheesecake with a fluffy centre and a touch of lime, it's probably my favourite mix. But the idea of it is supposed to be light, not heavy. That's my spin on key lime pie
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Really like this...vapes good/full and rich with no off notes that my palette detects off a shake...with the Vanilla Ice Cream(LB) only getting better with time, this is a good one to make a bigger batch of and still pull on it as you please. That's winning
The Vape Train Sweet Strawberry is present and seems to lay over the top of the mix very well so very impressed with my first use of it.
If you want to push the strawberry, drop the Yes, We Cheesecake and add 1% CAP Strawberries and Cream
I'm going to expand this past a 321 I think, would do very well with a few add ons
See what you can come up with too...would love to see this worked with.
Give this one a mix and a quick review if you have time, Thanks!
This recipe was tested and designed on the Haku single Clapton at .54ohms at 50W
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This started with a test. Wanted a strawberry cheesecake, but this time with strawberries way up front.
3 days: Cheesecake had some weird off notes and strawberries were drowning somewhere at the bottom.
7 days: Strawberries took over the mix pushing back the cheesecake. Crust was at place though
14 days: This is the moment where all flavors melt together in a well rounded flavorful recipe with strawberry up front like it was ment to be.
The only change I made was lowering SS to 0.33.
Based on ENYAREKLAW's famous PRY4 i changed some of the ingridients with some more robust and deeper notes.
I kept the basic notes, but added Coffee and Butterscotch flavors.
This really has to steep in regards to let the coffee notes tone down and sit deeper in the pistacio/RY4 combo.
Let it steep for atleast 2 weeks, the more the better.
I usually keep. my PRY4 based vapes for about 1 month to get the most caramel and heavy PRY4 out of it.
Note that i left out Vanilla Swirl as i think this variant tastes better without it.
let me know what you think
A simple coconut cookie spiked with fresh blood orange.
INW Coconut cookies & INW Cheesecake is a match made in heaven... Adapted from my Caramel Cheesecake base, I pushed the Coconut Cookies a little higher to produce a delectable, fresh coconut cookie. Both these ingredients are just sublime and when combined, are magnificent! This pairing fuses the best characteristics of each flavor to produce a light & crisp vanilla flavored coconut cookie accentuated with the rich & creamy notes of INW Cheesecake to produce a mind blowing cookie.
FW Blood Orange is (still) the undisputed king of oranges - a somewhat bitter, slightly sweet, blood orange with a hint of grapefruit. It sits unassumingly in the background and does not dominate the cookie base in the least. Feel free to increase to 2% if you prefer a more prominent blood orange presence.
Give this baby 3 to 5 days to settle and enjoy!