Used in 29 recipes at an average of 4.856%.
Ever since tasting LB Cherry Blossom Tea, I've been wanting to make it work. I hate it on it's own but there's something interesting about it. I've tried adding biscuits and creams before with meh results and went with addition fruits and cream this time. For some reason I don't mind as much when I MTL vape shitty juice so I went for a MTL version first. I think it came out fantastic. I added 1 drop of SS for the 15ml bottle I made.
It's pretty good off the shake, but after sitting over the weekend, I think it's really good.
This was made for a DIY Down under face group mixers challenge which was 2 main flavors and an additive . if you are interested in joining the monthly challenges you can find the DIY down under group here https://www.facebook.com/groups/diydownunder/
I actually love this type of challenge since it really makes you think about the flavors you pick and is a very different style of mixing then layering multiple flavors - liquid barn or capella flavors are ideal for this type of challenge since they are pretty true to their profile across a range of percentages and work well as the main flavor notes in recipes. So this was obviously inspired by SPRING.
LB Cherry blossom is a lovely light cherry with some tea notes at 3 %. If you are looking for a stronger tea flavor then this would benefit from a another black tea . You can increase the percentage to 5 - 6 % if you want to pull the cherry more forward.
The LB vanilla mint works well here since i wanted a slight menthol/spearmint and vanilla back note. But must be added at a significantly lower percentage then the recommended 15%
The honeysuckle adds the creamy sweet body and floral notes and brings the cherry and vanilla mint together .