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My take on this overdone profile.
Simply and accurate.
Blue razz is hard.. at the time wf is the most almost there blue raspberry I’ve tried.
The addition of inw ras helps to bump up the blue raz in conjunction with the boyz preserves giving more flavor and some depth complexity.
Cap gahc provides the candy and a little sourness impression the juice needs.
Tpa vs gives the hint of vanilla and some body to the mix. Cap sweet candy assist with the candy sweetness finish.
Let this baby steep 4-5 days and it is ready to go.
Hope you like it.
To me it is very close to what I was looking for.
The picture speaks by it self I think.
I liked VTA Blackberry so good, I thought I run the Gambit on it. The VTA Shisha Blackcurrant is a little cleaner than the rhubarb. The Milkshake Base really thickens up the ice cream into a well rounded vape. Sweetner was added in also, makes the Blackberry shine. Any kind of sweetner would be fine, I just like FLV better.
Blackberry Pudding, with a lil rhubarb to give it some tartness.
This needs a least a 4 day steep. I get the best Blackberry I have encountered, and this is Blackberry in your face, but not overdone.
I usually don't use sweetner, but it is needed in this, It makes that Blackberry really pop, plus vta is sometimes on the dry side.
I also vape at around 35-55 watts. I bumped it up to 70 watts and got a whole better vape.
Using citadel at 14 ohms @ 70 watts with Topside Squonker.
A rich dark berry cobbler with a dollop of vanilla ice cream.
This recipe is focusing on FW Wild Berry Cobbler. This one is actually pretty good as a single flavor. It's definitely a darker berry (blackberry?). The PUR Boysenberry Preserves compliments the blackberry nicely and drives home the cooked fruit note. The cobbler part is there but light, so I used some sugar cookie to add a bit of texture. My bottle doesn't say ala mode and I don't really pick up any ice cream, so I added my own. I wanted to keep this relatively simple. Play around with this or add whatever ice cream base works for you. The moral of the story is, if you don't have FW Wild Berry Cobbler, you should definitely consider buying it.
\\Steep Time: 14 days
\\Mixed at: 70VG/30PG
\\Note: This uses CAP Vanilla Custard V1
This is my Boysenberry Parfait, now I know these are usually yogurt, but parfaits are known for using custard as well. I guess I have really been on a custard kick lately, with Mighty Beard being my last recipe release, but I think you all will really enjoy this one!
Fruity Fruit McFruitFace: I actually did try other fruits with this, but I knew they were all fruits that everybody used already and a lot of people have parfait recipes out there. So I figured I wanted to try something a little more original, which is how I arrived at Boysenberry. FLV Boysenberry at 1% is a more tart boysenberry and when combined with PUR Boysenberry preserves, helps create a sweet and jammy boysenberry with just a little bit of tartness.
Dem Creams: CAP Vanilla Custard V1 really helps with a nice dense creaminess that we are going for in a Custard parfait. When paired with FLV Cream, it helps smooth out the eggy notes a little bit and helps support Cap Custard V1 as well.
Dem Grains: I had been trying to figure out a recipe for FLV Granola since u/ConcreteRiver put a review up for it about 6 months ago, and it really works great here. By itself it is a bit dry and bitter, but it has a great granola flavor. Combined with a little bit of TPA Cheesecake Graham Crust it helps create a sweeter granola flavor. This is also why CAP VC v1 is so high, FLV Granola really fights against other creams. I realize that 0.66% is a weird % to use, but at 0.5% you can't taste it at all and at 0.75% it overwhelms the rest of the recipe. It's simply perfect where it's at.
The Holiest of Holys: Holy Vanilla is really just a great addition. It helps sweeten up FLV Granola and helps support the creams as well.
The best part about this recipe? You can easily sub the boysenberries for a lot of other fruits. I would probably avoid strong citrus flavors, but things like strawberry, blueberry, cranberry, and maybe even apple cinnamon would make great replacements.
Anyway I hope you enjoy this! I look forward to your reviews and constructive criticisms.