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(JF) Biscuit


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This was supposed to be a collaboration with Concrete River. Unfortunately the only adjustment my first version needed was moving VT Fig from .25% to .75%. If you're a strange person that wants to vape a Fig Newton replica, this is your recipe. As much as Concrete would like to say he had nothing to do with this creation, he was the person that introduced and recommended using VT Red Dates. It's used to fill out the inner dimension of our factory-pressed cookies with fruit paste perfectly. If you're a Newton connoisseur you know they're thicker than a snicker, so I used JF Biscuit, CAP Sugar Cookie, and FA Cookie to get you there. Then I added the AP version of cinnamon with FLV Cinnamon Crunch for the tiniest hint of spice in the background. I know that VT Fig is pretty much black licorice in a bottle, but after steeping at .75% I assure you there's no black licorice in these bars. It's essential for accuracy.

This was made for @freshepies Christmas spectacular, st jude fund raiser . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67XZ2K8XyKk

Fresh had these during the show and described them to me ( as I never had them) and this is the mix we came up with.

It is a crisp buttery cookie with some cinnamon and ginger notes on the back end that has been dipped in coffee.
JF biscuit and FLV ginger snap create a nice buttery crisp cookie.
FA up provides additinal texture and the coffee note
The shisha vanilla was added for some body and mouth fee and a light vanilla note

NOTES: add sweetner to your taste I prefer FLV sweetness .05 If you want more of a spice note similar to a speculaas cookie ( nutmeg, cinnamon and clove) you can sub FLV pumpkin spice for CAP cinnamon sugar

I've been working on a Samoan girl scout cookie forever!!! This is my latest, turned out really good.

The recipes a little coconut forward, on a shake and vape., the coconut does fade, I haven't found a coconut that doesn't yet.

Shortbread cookie base- JF biscuit, TPA butter and
FA vanillaa classic come together to create a delicious shortbread cookie.

Coconut - sweet coconut with a touch of f l v coconut to make it slightly more authentic and it helps keep the coconut from fading after steeping.

Chocolate - they've trained Devon cream and FLD milk chocolate in my opinion are the two best chocolate flavorings on the market. JF milk chocolate is a suitable substitute if you do not have FLV s offering.

Butterscotch - FLVS butterscotch does a nice job here.Toyed with the idea of adding fa caramel as a supporting flavor. didn't really feel like it was necessary in this recipe if you find the butterscotch lacking .25 fa caramel should give it more body.

Merry Christmas

Mixed for the mixen vixens the image this week looked to me to be a graham cracker base with a philly cream cheese filing and a banana flambe topping
On the inhale of the vape you get the dark sweet caramelized notes followed by the sweet vanilla cream cheese and slight cooked caramelized banana finish

FW Graham Cracker is a solid graham cracker with some vanilla butter notes - it creates the base for this mix along with JB biscut for some additional texture and butter notes

INW yes we can cheesecake and INW creme brulee work well together to create a creamy filling very similar to the philly cream cheese . It is more of a creamy vanilla then an authentic Italian cream cheese filling. The burnt sugar note of INW cream brulee is also used in this mix to support that flambe note .

The SA banana flambe is a sweet cooked banana, that initally can be a bit like candy but has a really nice full body. It is noticeable on the back end of the inhale but is light on the caramelized sugar and rum. To support the caramelized sugars and syrup I added Jamaican rum, golden syrup and smokey butterscotch FLV smoked butterscotch adds a woody warm note on the back end which is really unique., and build off of the rum. VT golden syrup is a darker sweet syrup that has a nice sticky mouth feel

NOTES/SUB: This is a sweet mix on its own so does not really need sweetner but if you want to add more would recommend FLV sweetness .50%

Banana Flambe can be subed with Molinberry soft banana or WF banana puree ( for a slightly brighter top banana) if you want more of a cake note then TPA banana nut bread has a solid banana note and could work here .

In other versions of this mix I have subed Smokey Butterscotch for FW butter pecan if you do not want that smokey note but you want more texture and swet nuttiness to the mix or WF Butterscotch cream pie for more cream and lighter butterscotch top note .

Made on "Mixing With Me Mates" : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDYR-KpaUDo

Is it an Iced VoVo? Is it Wonderwoman ? Or is it something else ? "You Galah" ! , Pippa! lol

What it is, is delicious AF. 17ml in 2 days since mixing it and not really allowing it to steep tells me I could be on to somesing.
( I will steep the final 3 ml maybe lol)

Seriously though, I wanted an Iced Vo VO in a vape. This is a simple yet delicious biscuit we enjoy downunder that is topped with marshmallow, jam & is dusted generously with desiccated coconut. Sounds simple enough right? This is a profile I have tried to do before but can never seem to hit the mark. I know many others who have tried as well and while may have come close have missed the mark as I have to. The challenges are the right biscuit flavor and texture, the right marshmallow, jam, & coconut while attempting to keep all flavors separated enough that you get the mouthfeel and nuances of each.

There are two heroes here that make this possible I think.

1/ The WF shortbread Cookie teaming up with the JF Biscuit really work well together.

2/ VT Desiccated Coconut is brilliant in replicating that "coconut between your teeth" like experience.

The marshmallow was always going to be TFA as it offers a sweet similar texture to the real thing I find.
The combination to replicate the jammy stripe was a bit more challenging due to a non obvious jam flavour, however
past single flavour testing has paid dividends to help me identify some similarities. The unlikely decision to use Purilum Raspberry
low at 0.5% was made by getting a final back note that is so reminiscent of the real thing on my pallet especially when combined with
the lovley Syrupy JF Sweet Strawberry & kisssed with VT Raspberry Jam. I will be interested to see how things meld over time here as I
suspect there may be some changes. However off the shake is very lovely!!
Give it a go if you like & let me know what you think, am I a galah? Probably lol but I enjoyed mixing this!
If you mixed this let me know what you think, meanwhile keep mixing & love lots!!!

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I created this recipe for the Flavor Pro Fantasy Food special. My Raven Berry Tart was inspired by the cooking profession in World of Warcraft. These lovely little tarts are trained in the Battle for Azeroth expansion and call for Wild Flour, Choral Honey, Aromatic Fish Oil and Wild Berries to craft them. The list of flavors is lengthy because I did not want a recognizable berry profile, instead I wanted them to morph into a new imaginary berry flavor. I feel that I pulled that off fairly well. I was not sure what to do about the Aromatic Fish Oil aspect until Dmilin had the brilliant idea to throw in some CAP-27 Fish which also paired nicely with the berries and gave them a slight syrup texture. Next I needed to find a way to add in the Choral Honey, so I opted for the VT-Honeycomb which had the added bonus of accenting the JF-Biscuit and the INW-Custard at the same time. The FW-Wild Berry Cobbler ala Mode combined with JF-Biscuit make a nice cookie base for the berries to sit in and the INW-Custard is the creamy filling that binds them. For copyright reasons I decided not to use the actual thumbnail image from the game. This photo is extremely close though.

Optional Ingredients: I added 0.4% FW-Sweetener to mine. The CAP-27 Fish and VT-Honeycomb can be omitted if you are missing them and have very little impact on the recipe.

This a buttery soft centered snickerdoodle type cookie filled with a creamy vanilla fudge
The cookie base is made with Snickedoodle by LB which by itself is a solid cookie flavor, JF biscut was added for a bit of texture and buttery notes . FLV cookie dough creates that soft cookie center very well.

White fudge by CC is a fantastic flavor and can be vaped all on its own it is sweet and creamy and spot on the vanilla marshmallow was added for some body and mouth feel

Macadamia nut and Almond were added for some texture on the back end of the mix along with some buttery notes that come through with the macadamia nut

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This is a Churro recipe with a sweet dough emphasis and a cinnamon sugar exhale. (WiP)

Made on Live Mixing: CHURRO???

So I have been wanting to try WF peach pie & cream for a while. All I can say is wow this is probably one of the best peaches that I don’t get a perfume note from. It lacks a little in the pie department but it’s a easy fix. Paired with JF biscuit, Cap Vanilla whipped cream and touch of Tfa vbic makes WF peach pie & cream shine. Great job Wonder Flavours. Don’t be afraid to push this one 5 to 7 % range.

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Whipped toffee-pecan cream with biscuit sprinkle.

Toffee and Butter Pecan were made for each other and this tasty number shows why.

FLV Toffee is my favourite from Flavorah's dessert line. It's a sweet buttermilk toffee that sits where you want it in a recipe. 1% FLV Toffee is complemented with caramely nutty butter notes from 1.5% FW Butter Pecan.

2% VT Toffee ice cream has a pleasant toffee taste and is quite buttery but lacks body, hence the inclusion of 1.5% CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream, which thickens as well as blends everything.

0.75% JF Biscuit adds a slight biscuit accent you get on the exhale.

0.35% FW Sweetener because it's a dessert.

This recipe manages to be sweet and moreish yet is not too rich so is certainly ADV material. It's a nice "comfort vape" to get you through those dark wintery nights.

Enjoy. P. G.

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