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This is a vanilla ice cream with a chocolate cookie crumble core/swirl i mixed this up after i was eating some ben and jerry’s (the cookies and milk one ) anyway , I took the LB vanilla ice cream and hangsens french vanilla ice cream percentages from eyemakepizza’s trinity vanilla ice cream (i’ll post the link below) . it’s a wonderful ice cream and so i used those two as my ice cream base and added MB cookie bite and bam an amazing ice cream juice all over again . when you try it leave a review . Fuck a flavor ban ! https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/143364#the_trinity_vanilla_ice_cream_by_eyemakepizza
I got really lucky on this one. I made the blueprint, tried it out and BOOM, chocolate D0nut. Some of the flavor choices are obvious, like lava cake (excellent chocolate flavor), glazed donut (THE best d0nut), and zeppola (for the "fried" feel). Sugar cookie was added to cake out the donut and add more body, and FW sweetener was used instead of cap SS so that it wouldnt add citric acid to the mix. Flv sweetness can be used this way also.
The Finest Choc Mint Recipe I have ever tasted!
Last week the "Developed" team on you tube attempted to create this profile and struggled. In the background I liked the idea of this profile so I challenged myself to create a version of this.
First I came up with a concept recipe and then mixed it live on you tube on my channel here:
Off the shake it was pleasant but I had a question mark over the texture off the shake. However like most mixes I do I try and return back to them after a steep to learn more. This one after a couple of days was ok but not the texture I was after but after a week I am real happy with this.
The mint was a bit to prominent for my liking off the shake & at two days but after a week it has settled nicely.
Bottom line is, this has turned out to be the most delicious choc mint recipe that I have not only tasted but also created and I have tried quite a few.
What I did & Why:
I referred to real life recipes, previous successful macaron eLiquid recipes and experience from single flavor testing ect to finally come up with this recipe that turned out amazing.
The Choc & MInt - I chose LB Lava Cake as I wanted an honest yet dense flavoured chocolate that wouldn't offend here and this ended up being a good choice along with some help from the contrasting chocolate notes that comes with MB Cookie BIte. The Mint couldn't only be about the flavour of the mint. It also had to be about the illusion of texture. The only mint I know of that I get a slight chewy like type of mint from is Capella Cool Mint & it works here beautifully, not only for the mint but seemingly assists with textual mouthfeel.
However, it did take time to settle where I think it's at the right level. You could bring this down to around 0.75% but I don't think it would assist as well with the overall mouthfeel.
The Bakery - In my experience a macaron has a unique yet delectable texture and this is the biggest challenge of this profile and the developed team also seemed to struggle with for good reason, it's a massive level of difficulty. The macaron has crunch, chewiness, a meringue like texture and little mellow cream through the center.
To obtain the separation of all that in an eLiquid is no easy feat. I balanced the crunch from the tones of the MB Cookie Bite and the FA Almond, the chewiness come out from the Cap Whipped Marshmallow, a little from the FA meringue and the Cap Cool Mint. The meringue like texture came from the contrasting tones of sweetness from FA Meringue, OOO Powdered sugar and to be honest the lucky dip of notes that seemingly married together nicely from most of the concentrates that just seem to sell the over all mouthfeel of this very difficult bakery profile.
The Cream and Gloss of the Bakery - Macaron's have that lovely gloss on the bakery and to get that to feel real with everything else here I thought initially would be a challenge. Till I added VT Vanilla Buttercream Frosting that is. The buttery part of that really assists with that gloss I think and it gives a lovely center of dessert cream through the middle which just works.
This was a recipe of taking chances, combining experience and taking inspiration and going with it, but it works!
I am so glad that I took a chance and didn't give up on this as most could, because I now have a delicious all day vape that will be in a 250ml bottle ready to enjoy when ever I want.
Give it a go and let me know what you thought of this!
There are no subs here, but don't let that hold you back from experimenting and trying other ways and let me me know how that went, "Together, Let's Discover"
I tested on a Wotofo Recurve RDA 0.2ohm SST coils at 60w
I hope you enjoy this just as much as I enjoyed creating this recipe, but let me know what you thought in the comments below.
Seriously if you like a solid recipe that works give it a go!
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This is attempt at coco by the pound. A nice chocolate pound cake. Pretty spot on imo. Enjoy.
Recipes notes here=====> https://youtu.be/nYfXUseUn_Q
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[Update 7/15/2019] Added 0.5% FW Sweetener (or the sweetener of your choice at the comparable percentages). I found that as the original recipe aged it got harsher, and the sweetener seems to stabilize that a bit - I'm still testing)
Here is my take on one of my favorites the Black Forest Cake. If you are a lover of cherries and chocolate cake and have had a Black Forest Cake I'm sure you know what I mean. Unfortunately chocolate and cherry flavorings are difficult to mix with. Regardless this is my attempt at replicating this delicious cake.
The chocolate cake is a combination of JF Yellow Cake, HS Australian Chocolate, LB Lava Cake, and FLV Chocolate Deutsch. I tried to strike a balance between the different chocolate flavorings to minimize the off notes and accentuate the good notes - regardless chocolate flavors are very polarizing in the vape community and I'm sure to some it will not be agreeable to their senses.
To me INW Cherries, at low percentages, is fairly authentic with minimal cough syrup notes, but at those low percentages it was not enough to overcome the cake flavor. I decided to add INW Marzipan which increased the Cherry flavoring adding a sugary depth to the Cherry note. One thing I want to try is to get my hands on TFA Cherry Extract to see how that plays, but I had a difficult time finding it so I went with what I had.
Lastly is the heavy whipped cream which I used CAP Vanilla Custard and TFA Whipped Cream to emulate. The Vanilla Custard adds a richness to the cream note as well counteracts the dryness of the chocolate flavors. It was kept low to not elevate the Vanilla note as well as to minimize the steep time of the recipe. I added TFA Whipped Cream to further increase the creamy quality and volume to the vape. I tried adding it at higher percentages, but I found it wanted to mute some of the other flavors as it steeped.
For me the vape is a creamy chocolate initial exhale with the chocolate and cherry notes lingering on the palate with a slight tartness. Is it perfect? - no - but it is still quite good. For the most part I vape this in a single coil RTA like a KayFun V5 or the Coppervape Skyline clone with a 0.3 ohm Clapton coil running around 36-38 watts. I have vaped this in RDAs with mixed results so you have been warned. It seems that the flavorings are best delivered at a medium vape temperature. Since I mainly vape on single coil restricted airflow RTAs this recipe scratches my itch for this flavor profile.
A Simple Chocolate Doughnut Enjoy!!!
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