Used in 87 recipes at an average of 2.83%.
This is a delicious Cookies and Cream vape.
This needs the 2 weeks for all the flavours to blend together and for the creams to settle into the mix
You should be able to use Pur Condensed Milk in place of the SA one, VT Sweet Cream should also work in place of the FLV no other subs.
As always I have ommited sweetener out as I find this sweet enough for me, however feel free to add your own sweetener to preference
Tested on a Profile 1.5 at 85w and a Titan V2 (RDA) at 202w
Sugar Cookie used at 5% to ensure this is the main cookie taste, although an older flavour this is still one of the best sugar cookies out, WF Cookie Dough used at 2.25% to fill out the sugar cookie more and provide some texture to the cookie, MB Belgian Waffle at 1% then provides a dark baked taste at this low of a %.
The cream base is then made up of FA Milk for the excellent dairy milk taste this provides, FA Meringue then sweetens this up and makes it a little fuller, SA Condensed milk thickens this up slightly whilst adding that sweet condensed milk taste pushing this more towards dairy, FLV sweet cream then adds the finishing touches with thickening and sweetening the cream base
A good friend took me out for breakfast where I found 'Chicken on a Waffle' on the menu. It was served with a sliced Jalapeno and Cheddar garnish. So, having only the Waffle flavor in stock, and a vivid imagination, this recipe was born. I found that it's actually a thing, as I was able to find a supporting photo to accompany, here. The Chicken Waffle was excellent, by the way! Give this recipe a try...Use your own fave fruit, even.
This is a banana waffle drenched in peanut butter and maple syrup.
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Delicious, syrupy, buttery, blueberry waffles
LB and MB Belgian waffles form the base of the waffle and pair quite well together. I find LB Belgian can get lost in a mix pretty quickly so the MB backs it up and pushes it through the other flavors. The INW YC is a discontinued flavor as I'm sure you all know, so it can be omitted (or you can use Sasami Waffle dough at the same percentage) and just crisps up the waffle and adds a bit of a toasted note.
FW Blueberry and FA Blueberry Juicy Ripe pair quite well together giving a sweet vibrant jammy blueberry that goes great with the waffle. I initially tried this with FA Bilberry and it didn't pack the same punch.
As for the syrup and butter, well I didnt want a maple note here so I opted for the VT Golden Syrup instead of FA Maple and it works nicely. It sweetens the mix, and you get a nice syrupy taste on the exhale. FA Butter, the king of butters, does its job quite nicely at half a percent and leaves a thick, lingering, buttery note across the waffle.
Vape your breakfast
Sometimes when I am looking for a flavor, it helps to knock on it's neighbors doors. Waffle and biscuit make up the french toast bakery notes. Once I settled on proportions and balance, the Maple and Butter worked like magic to authenticate the profile. This is a really delicious profile and is enjoyed by friends and work-mates. I received a lot of compliments on this one. I hope you enjoy it as well. If you try it, please help a brother out and leave a comment. Peace out.......
Profile: Waffle with banana and a splash of whipped cream
So one of the commercial juices that I really enjoyed vaping, was Double Drip Coil Sauce Strawberry Banana Waffle. Although i could never really taste the strawberry, it was rich in waffle and banana.
My intend with this is not to make an exact clone, but something along the lines of it, since I really enjoy that profile.
It's pretty straight forward.
The waffle itself is just MB Classic Belgian Waffle and SSA Crisp Waffle. I find it gives a pretty delicious mixture of crispy and buttery gooey waffle at the same time. I had MB Classic Belgian Waffle at 2.5% to begin with, but it was a tad too high and I noticed an odd mucus off-note. Much better around 2%.
SSA Crisp Waffle has gone up and down a little bit in this recipe. I landed on 1%, where it was previously 1.5% and 2%, which was a tad too high and the waffle got a bit too crispy like a cone. The goal is to strike a balance between a soft buttery waffle that still has a bit of a crunchy texture. And I think this is it.
VT Banana Custard handles the banana on its own perfectly fine and even supports the cream a little too. I don't want it to be an absolute dominant flavor, but just there enough to be blended well with the waffle, so 2% is perfectly fine.
The cream is rather simple and doesn't play a major role, but will give a good supporting mouth feel and some creamy vibes. TFA Vanilla Swirl was a last-minute addition, but I felt like I was missing it in the mix for a hint of vanilla and a good support to the TFA Whipped Cream.
SSA Milky Caramel Fudge is used as a sauce kind of type. Not a major role, but I needed it for a nuance in the mix that kinda goes well with everything else. I pushed it a little high, but around 1.5% and 2% I didn't really feel it was there. So hence the 2.5%, which still feels a little on the low side, but it reach the intended goal.
Relatively short steep of 5 days, since nothing in the mix really needs that long to settle.
Add in somes sweetener if you like. I'll let that be up to you.
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