Used in 89 recipes at an average of 1.918%.
I saw BigRed's Sad Boy Blueberry Jam Cookie in the #DIYorDIE discord awhile back and I finally managed to get OOO Strawberry Jam in so....
First, I pushed the Strawberry Jam pretty high...not many using this at 4% that I seen but it scaled well imo with 0 off notes or anything getting weird.
It did lack actual strawberry vibrancy or pop I found, as It's a cooked down jam, so I added 2% TFA Strawberry and .50% Super Sweet. Problem solved.
With a more bold, balanced, sweet AF strawberry jelly out of the way, all I need was a buttery sweet cookie to surround it with.
I chose a heavy dose of Sugar Cookie 6% because it would scale well up high with the OOO Strawberry Jam.
I backed it up with a firm cookie they call a Biscuit in the UK. The buttery cookie note, texture and "snap" that Biscuit(INW) brings worked well.
the Butter base keeps them from sticking to the pan
Good to go off a shake, just give it enough time to let the bubbles settle...best after 3 days + imo
This recipe was tested and designed on the Haku single Clapton at .54ohms at 50W and the Moonshot RTA at .56ohms at 42 watts
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Y'all just don't know . . . and probably don't care right now (I get it), but I've been trying to get somewhere with a strawberry RY4 for a long time. I'm finally content. Yes, it's a massive amount of flavoring . . . yes, it's made up of 10 different flavors. However, I've finally scratched that itch! I approached this in much the same way as my Long Gone Lonesome Blues recipe, in terms of layers. It's a custardy, strawberry cheesecake with a beautiful tobacco backdrop. The Vanilla Ruyan, Graham Cracker, and Red Oak kind of serve the purpose of bridging the gap between the two flavor profiles. When I look at where my recipes usually shine, in my opinion, I'm pretty decent at dessert tobaccos. This is exactly where I want it to be. It was okay as a SNV, but , man, 3 days later it was absolutely shining (according to my palate). This was a labor of love . . . I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
Alfred's cheesecake with the strawberry combination from my Cheeky Strawberry (https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/184872#cheeky_strawberry_by_lonesomerhodestn).
"A cheeky bird pecks at delicious strawberries . . ." that's the description for this fabric design called Strawberry Thief. This recipe has 2 of Noted's top flavors of the year . . . WF Strawberry Cheesecake and OoO Strawberry Jam. It also has the #1 worst flavor of the year, TFA Strawberry Yogurt. The reason for the TFA Strawberry Yogurt is simple . . . I was reaching for INW Yes We Cheesecake and, instead, grabbed the Strawberry Yogurt. Happy accidents, and what not! This has turned into a spectacular strawberries and milk/cream. I guess the various layers (Lord knows there's a lot going on) cover up whatever note the Noted crew disliked.
A creamy cheesecake topped with glazed strawberries. I purposely made this recipe without an emphasis on the crust. This strawberries and cream aims to please.
The cheesecake is New York Cheesecake PUR which is the main cheesecake note. I mixed in some Yes We Cheesecake INW, which richens it up at this % without adding a crust. Strawberry Cheesecake LB is the bridge.
Glazed Strawberries VT adds the glaze and Strawberry Jam thickens up the glaze. Strawberry Sweet JF backs up the strawbwerry glaze.
Give this one a mix. Please don't sub any ingredients to get the true representation of the recipe I spent many iterations on balancing. This includes the sweetener used and by all means, omit it or lower it, if you don't like adding it.
*Steep for at least 5 days for the flavors to come together but if you want it off the shake, it's a go.
This was developed in the Rebirth rda, Jenna rda, and the Intake Dual rta, using various fused clapton N80 coils. Personally, I love this using a larger single coil in the Intake Dual rta using a high resistance coil (0.9 - 1.1 ohm) at 6 volts.
If you have the Intake Dual, try a higher resistance larger diameter single coil and push some higher voltage and you'll be surprised how good that rta is when used this way.
Build low, build high, this recipe is really good either way.
If you do mix this, enjoy and please leave a review and a comment.