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Each flavor has a purpose, Pie crust and pastry zest create the crust of the pastry. The two apples blend together to make an apple filling with a touch of cinnamon. Combining strawberry and rhubarb is something I personally prefer, because I like the taste combo. I see red in that pastry so my red bits are the strawberry and rhubarb. The Rhubarb Cuddle from DV has a nice creamy note to it that brings a softness to the crust...if you really like your deserts with custard drizzled over them add a touch more of your favorite custard to this to create that effect. I didn't add sweetener because it didn't need it for me, but if I were going to sweeten this for folks who are used to more commercial style, I'd add 0.5% FW Sweetener or a touch of stevia.
This is something I always wanted to perfect in an e-liquid as I have always had a love for Apple Pie Moonshine. When Flavorah came out with Apple Filling and Apple Pop I mixed them with FA Apple Pie and FA Fuji originally. However, when I discovered PUR Country Apple I thought immediately after trying it that this would probably replace FA Fuji in my Hillbilly Pop recipe. Here is how I built this recipe.
The base is
FVV Apple Filling
FLV Apple Pop
FA Apple Pie
PUR Country Apple
FA Amber (for that nice fermented apple touch)
Some body for the recipe
CAP butter Cream adds some body and helps smooth out the pie portion of the recipe
Supporting and and polishing the recipe
FA Whisky of course adds the alcohol note that makes this recipe authentic. I tried other types but FA Whisky seemed to carry that note well.
FA Shade helps to separate the apple from the alcohol and helps to smooth out the recipe.
I really enjoy this and find it to be a very interesting e-liquid to vape on. It's pretty accurate and those who like the alcohol type vape will probably
enjoy vaping this as much as I do. It sure is different than most other e-liquids I vape.
To note, FA Shade can be left out but it makes the vape a bit harsher but a bit stronger. Sometimes I use it and other times I don't. If you try this recipe
I suggest trying it first with FA Shade and then once without. You can SNV but I normally give at least 3 days for the Whiskey to settle down a bit.
Okay I want to use a floral to good effect ya know?? So I'm attempting a delicate cake with complex flavor profile of apple for both sweetness and juiciness then black current as a hint, honey (I'm conflicted as to whether this is a good place for this), elderflower, and lavender as the ingredients that make this a "ladies' luncheon cake" if you know what I mean?? The cookie is added because I am not so sure how good or not good white cake is. This is the first run of this recipe!!
So i really wanted to nail down a little debbie fruit pie - with that fried dough, sugary glaze and gooey sweet filling that lingers.
The use of deep fried dough, butter and pie crust gets me that type of little debbie fruit pie crust I was after
The filling I used is FA apple filling at a higher percent then I have ever used ( thanks to DaddyKane91 for that tip) and was able to get that true apple pie filling with cinnamon, and cooked apple. The country apple was added for a more prominent cooked apple filling.
The frosting provides that sweet coating on the pie shell.
The Quince jelly was added for some tart bright fruit top notes notes along with the VTA golden syrup, for a owwie Gooyey texture that coats your mouth and lingers which is exactly what I wanted
The cinnamon tends to settle down after a 3 - 5 days and the apple pops up more -
Mixed the for the year in mixing cereal challenge. This is a deliscious cinnamon toast crunch cereal apple desert. The apple gooeyness is made from FLV apple filling, Pur country apple, and FLV milk and honey. What you get is a carmalized cooked apple filling. The cereal base is made up of FLV cinnamon crunch and cereal 27. The Toasted marshmallow is to bind everything together.
This tastes great back of the hand and I am thinking I might vape it straight away although I'm sure a steep will do it alot of good due to the bakery notes. But yeah how can one go wrong with these ingredients right? LOL I put in country apple for a more baked apple flavor and the double apple to make it juicy then put in both tpa and cap custards just for the heck of it really and the tahitian vanilla cream because it is very good and then sugar cookie and biscuit for the crust - the vanilla and cinnamon should make it a bit more sharp I think we'll see. And the super sweet just to bring the flavors out.
Layered creams with kentucky bourbon green and double apple with some sweetener - should be good hmm? Okay so he said its too apple-y so I'm changing up this recipe. IDK if the edits show up as new recipes or what. But this is the revision - scrapping the green apple and adding country apple at a smaller amount.
I chose Purilum's Country Apple because it's the quintessential base for ANY fruit juice. FA Fuji...way too candyish.
FA ObaOba is added because I found it made the FA Watermelon(Red Summer) into a more 'thick' or pulpy-type of taste(similar-but not exactly like a smoothie), if that makes any sense.
This was specifically made for a higher VG percentage, thus the higher percentages than are typically used.
You will find a perfect strawberry-watermelon balance with a slight cotton candy background & odor. No sweetener is needed. Can be vaped as a s&v, but the watermelon pops after one day and the Country Apple settles down a bit.
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