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This is my first original recipe. I wanted to try my hand at something my family has loved since childhood. It turned out pretty good. The aftertaste is what seals this as a good rum ball. After the exhale you are left with the great flavor of thick dense chocolate cake and rum with just a hint of powdered sugar. That might be able to go up a little more. I'm going to keep working on this, though, so look for updates in the coming weeks.
I hope someone that loves these little delicacies gives it a shot and leaves some thoughts.
Thanks go to all the great people over on the DIY_Ejuice group over on discord for holding my hand at the beginning of my journey into DIY. You guys are the best.
Are you ready to ring in the New Years but sick of plain old champagne and dealing with people? Well then take your bubbly to the next level and stay home... problem solved! Not only will your taste buds thank you but you will not have to worry about those pesky police officer's passing out DUI's either! This is a seriously upgraded glass of bubbly. Just add some pineapple juice, and coconut rum then voila! It is just that easy! This is a creamy, sweet, coconut champagne spritzer with hints of rum and pineapple. It is like a vacation in a glass... err vape!
If you want more fizz in your bubbly you can add 1-2% of RF-Soda Base as well (depending on how fizzy you would like it) although you may want to omit the sweetener if you do.
Photo and inspiration: https://www.pineappleandcoconut.com/recipes/pineapple-coconut-champagne-cocktail/
This is my recipe for Daytime Frank's holiday special. This was modeled after a specialty soda that I found in the grocery store for the holidays. As soon as I drank it, I knew that I wanted to try and recreate it into a vape while it was still fresh on my taste buds. It tasted like mixing a good cream soda with a shot of Irish cream, even though it was not alcoholic. I was picking up hints of rum in the soda, which is why I added a tiny bit of LA-Butter Rum. It intermingles beautifully with the FW-Cream Soda and TPA-Irish Cream. The DFS-Holy Vanilla helps round out the vanilla notes in the FW-Cream Soda. Even better, it is a fairly simple recipe by my standards. I created this as a SNV, so I cannot say how well it will hold up to a long steep just yet. It is not really fizzy but the soda itself was not either, so it works for this.
The DFS Holy Vanilla is a must have if you want it to taste authentic IMO. You can try to sub it out if you would like but it is the vanilla that most closely resembled the actual beverage.
I enjoy making fudge for the holidays but it is hard to get a decent chocolate vape. Naturally I wanted to try to make some in a vape form. However I have had better luck with the white chocolate than the milk chocolate varieties, so I went with that instead. I used the WF-White Fudge as my base, and even though it is pretty tasty on its own, I felt like it needed more complexity. I added VT-Love and FLV-White Chocolate to get a more accurate white chocolate profile. The VT-Honeycomb helps add those golden notes you would get from cooking the butter and sugar. One of the main components to homemade fudge is marshmallow cream which is why I added a bit of the OOO-Marshmallow (Vanilla). It also adds some creamy mouthfeel as an added bonus. Last but not least I used the FLV-Eggnog and LA-Butter Rum as the accent flavors for my fudge. The end result is delightfully close to the real thing with considerably less calories! This needs 3 days minimum for the LA-Butter Rum to settle in. I used it low but it is strong stuff and has a chemical taste upfront. It will taste better with more steeping but it is still pretty tasty from 3 days on.
Optional Ingredients: This is fairly sweet on its own but fudge by nature is sickeningly sweet, so you may want to add some sweetener of your choice around 0.3-0.5%. You could also try adding TPA-Holiday Spice 0.5%, FW-Pumpkin Spice 0.5% or FLV-Rich Cinnamon 0.1% if you want a little more spice in your mix.
The RF-Oats & Cream Cookie combined with the FW-Graham Cracker and JF-Biscuit form my cookie cup base for the tart. FLV-Apple Filling and INW-Two Apples are intertwined with FW-Brown Sugar, LA-Butter Rum, FLV-Eggnog and a hint of VT-Bakery Spice to make my apple filling and add savory spices for the tart. I am really happy with how this turned out. If you do not have the WF-Oatmeal Cookie you can trade it for CAP-Sugar Cookie and have a very similar recipe. The VT-Bakery Spice is optional but it is a really nice addition if you have it. You are welcome to add some sweetener if you prefer sweeter vapes but I did not feel that this one needed any.