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My take on this week's profile: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VRZvJ4paW5s&feature=youtu.be.
Its a cookie with a white chocolate peppermint kiss on top. I used Flv Creme de menthe because it has a chocolate note to it that can work for the chocolate chips in the cookie and it gives LB white chocolate peppermint a little more of a minty edge. My cookie is a combo of fa cookie for its drier crunch and wf cookie butter for its butter goodness it adds to bakeries.
I see a traditional mint chocolate chip ice cream in this picture. I am using Flv Chocolate Deutsche for the chocolate chips because it has a really great chocolate note with some coconut that I think will blend into the creams really well. The mint is a combo of LB White Chocolate Peppermint with some Flv Peppermint just to give the mint more of an edge. The rest of the ice cream is made up of FA Vienna Cream and Flv Cream
Caramel Apple blanketed in white chocolate & peppermint sprinkles.
This version is for those wanting a bit more candy cane than the original version that is at this URL:
Please don't use for commercial gain
What is a Christmas Apple? Imagine a crisp fresh apple blanketed with melted "sticky" caramel. If that isn't drool-inducing enough-dip that caramel apple into a pot of warmed velvety white chocolate. Finish by rolling apple gently in crushed candy canes. THIS, my friends...is a Christmas Apple!!
Health Cabin Caramel & Caramel Apple are vital to this mix. You CANNOT sub them out because frankly, there is NOTHING that compares! Health Cabin caramels, in particular, are used in many "older" popular eliquids. I would venture to say, Neckbeard's Nectar utilizes Health Cabin Caramel. That was my favorite RY4 "back in the day" and now I can vape it by making my own thanks to Health Cabin. This is one VERY underrated flavoring company.
Recommend 70% VG.
2-3 hour heat-steep, then vape away!!
If you prefer a bit more candy cane, try "Christmas Apple 2" which is also uploaded here:
As always, please don't use this recipe for commercial gain.