Used in 447 recipes at an average of 1.734%.
A friend of mine recently popped round to see me over the Christmas holidays and he’d just been vapeshop and purchased this new liquid from “Just Jam”. He absolutely loved it and insisted I tried it, I was pleasantly surprised with this one I’ve gotta say!! It’s extremely jammy,bright and has a lovely biscuit/shortbread on the tale end of the exhale. Like all commercial ejuice’s it was fucking LOADED with sweetener! I would say there’s atleast 1.5% cap super sweet in the original and I just couldn’t bring myself to add that much so I opt’d for 0.75% and feel this is absolutely perfect for this recipe.
Since cracking this little beauty pretty much all my customers are hooked on it and literally can’t get enough, my friend who initially let me try the original has insisted my version is ALOT better and I definitely concur,even more so the fact that my version doesn’t cost £25 a fucking bottle!!! 🤬Please give this a mix and be so kind to leave your feedback and a rating so other mixers can decide whether to try it or not.
WHAT I USED & WHY...
Building my jam
My new go to pairing of strawberries to create an authentic (JAM) is VT Strawberry jam & INW Shisha strawberry,these 2 concentrates work wonderful together and portray that sticky,Jam like quality I was looking for with this recipe. When it comes to Blackberry concentrates I’ve tried them all!! The one I always go back to due to it’s none offensive,authentic like qualities is VT Blackberry, this works wonders in this recipe at adding some darker fruit notes without completely taking over and forcing the strawberries into submission! I use 0.5% FLV Jammy berry because I’ve found when building jams,this works great at filling in any gaps and adding a decent amount of “jammy ness” even when used at a small %. This concentrate does ALOT of heavy lifting!💯
Building my cookie/shortbread
This part of the recipe took the most work... After 8 different cookie variations all of which tasting pretty dam good,I decided to go about it a little different to the norm I’m used to. I wanted the cookie to be as close to the original as possible as I thoroughly enjoyed this part of the recipe and truth be told it’s the best best cookie/shortbread I’ve Vaped to date! JF Cookie/FA Graham Crust/CAP Sugar Cookie build a VERY authentic shortbread biscuit,it’s clean,crunchy and has great depth (more so than the original) and I will definitely be using this combo again in the future when I decide to play around with this kinda profile! It really is a winner. 🙂 Finally I use CAP Vanilla custard at just 1.25% to do 2 things....
1.) - To add some butter notes to our shortbread cookie.
2.)- Add even more mouthfeel to the overall vape and smooth out any rough edges. At small percentages CAP Vanilla custard v1 really shines when used for this kinda application.
Last but not least, CAP Super Sweet is used @ 0.75% and this is vital for creating the authentic sweetness that comes with a jam! Without it this recipe just doesn’t work so if your not one for using sweetener then this recipe isn’t for you I’m afraid...
I’m really proud of this one I would say it’s possibly one of my best recipes. S&V APPROVED Happy mixing guys and gals 💙
Since everyone seems to be dropping pineapple recipes . . . here's something I've been working on in anticipation of the Stranger Things season 3 release. A while ago, my wife made pancakes with pineapple rings in them, which led to the idea of waffles with pineapple. I've long been trying to find a decent pineapple upside down cake, to no avail. Setting that aside (again), I turned my attention to this Stranger Things inspired concoction . . . Upside Down pineapple waffles. LB Belgian Waffle, JF Cookie, and AP to get that crispy, maple waffle. FW Butter Pecan and Sweetener to go with that JF Cookie to make up the buttery, nutty syrup. CAP Golden Pineapple and WF Pineapple Candy for the sweetened cooked pineapple rings. Finally, topped off with a dollop of CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream.
This is a collaborative creation by DEVELOPED: NaChef, Max Savage, Graham, and folkart.
We wanted to make a Red, White, and Blue themed recipe so this is our version of a Blueberry, Raspberry Tart. To add a bit of brightness, you can add FE Lemon at .25% and to make it a bit darker you can increase the JF Cookie to 1.5%. Full Development Notes at https://youtu.be/NR731Ylixe8
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So....still to this day,my ALL TIME favourite profile has to be “peanut butter”.
Now,although I’ve tried and created some delicious PB profiles in the past 8yrs I’ve never been 100% blown away and completely satisfied with what I have vaped....UNTIL NOW!!!
This is NOT a custard profile!! It’s a silky,rich,smooth,creamy pudding and I’m extremely happy with it. Give it a mix then please leave a review and rate my recipe you bunch of sexy mother fuckerz! Happy mixing. P.S i wanna give a huge shoutout to @folkart for his wizardry using the WF white chocolate (milky cream) in his most recent recipe. The way he utilised it to blend with the peanut butter is genius and I thank him for his knowledge and guidance,Much love Sensia 💙 P.P.S *** for those of you on the fence about purchasing the new additions from Wonder Flavour can I be the first to say how happy and impressed I am by 80% of them and highly recommend you try them out. Especially the WF WHITE CHOCOLATE (milky cream)*** 10/10👌🏻
After letting this mix steep for close to 3 weeks I found a few things needed changing from the original recipe I posted...Now I’m not really into uploading v2’s/3’s/4’s etc etc so the changes have been made as from 13/4/19 and I apologise to anyone that has already mixed the original recipe however I feel these changes were 100% imperative to this recipe.
If you haven’t tried one of these yet and you love the original Twix and white chocolate you seriously have to get one of these in your life as they are fucking delicious!!!!!! I HAD to make this recipe as I’ve been eating them like their going out of fashion and with them being “LIMITED EDITION” my excuse to myself and everyone else is “well today could be the last day there on sale”!! I’m super happy with my final recipe I’ve created on this profile. It’s more or less spot on to the food source so now I can sit back,Vape my white choc Twix and not worry about turning into a fat fucker! 😃 you can S&V this one however a couple of days really amps everything up and @ 3 days this stuff is delicious. Vaping it right now with a big smile on my face. Sweetener is completely optional in this mix, I have a sweet tooth so I added 1 drop per 15ml of CAP SUPER SWEET. Please rate my recipe and leave me all feedback good and bad. Happy mixing fuckerz 💙
A thick & creamy milkshake blended with sticky toffee and crushed cookies.
The milkske base comes with the compliment of @Freshepies and is, by miles, the best milkshake base known to man and alien alike. It is a thick and creamy vanilla milkskake and ticks all the boxes in the most realistic and indulgent milkshake department. Period.
FLV Toffee is what it says on the label = thick, sweet and sticky toffee. Used low, it works well and devoid of the fruity and funky off notes some pick up. It needs at least a week or so to fully shine, so be patient, it will just get better and better.
Salted Carmel boosts the Toffee just a tad by adding a buttery and rich caramel element which rounds the toffee off beautifully.
JF Cookie is my go to fresh, cookie flavour and sits beautifully in this milkshake. A tad of texture and caramel sweetness, inhered to JF cookie, compliments the toffee layer stunningly.
Let this baby develop for at least 7 days - 2 weeks best.
Raspberry Coconut Cookie
This is a delicious chewy coconut cookie with Jam in the center
INW Coconut Cookie, JF Cookie, and Cap Sugar Cookie create this cookie. INW Coconut cookie is the main focus, but needs a bit of help. JF Cookie is used to help with the crispy bottom texture, and Cap Sugar Cookie is used to give the chewy center needed for the cookie.
The cookie itself needed more coconut. I used VT Desiccated Coconut to give the feel and taste of sweet coconut. PUR Toasted Coconut Cheesecake was used to add the toasted note for the top of the cookie.
For the jam in the center of the cookie, I used, VT Raspberry Jam, and to boost the flavor just a bit, I added some FLV Boysenberry.
This definitively ended up a very delicious Coconut Cookie with a nice raspberry jam added to it.
Anise cookie is a traditional sicilian (Italy) cookie. It has a well cooked body, not too sweet, and the refreshing flavor of anise. We use it with red wine for dessert (like Marsala wine). I grove up with this cookie (without wine, of course).
For the cookie, after many trials, I find the perfect combo with an high 2.5% of FA cookie and a 1.5% of JF cookie.
FW pie crust work well to give a brown, hard crust to the cookie.
Golden butter essentially make a wet contrast to the dry biscuit base.
FA Anise is a strong, violent, flavor. So, even if it is the profile of this recipe, you can not use more then 0.75%.
TPA Pistachio at 0.5% is the perfect husband for the marriage with anise in order to give a nutty constituency to the recipe.