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Super delicious Strawberry Cheesecake! At least 1 week steep time needed. The Strawberry can also be subbed for other fruits of your liking like Blueberry to make other delicious Cheesecakes. I had an amazing Blubry version using 9% TFA Blueberry Candy and 3% FW Blueberry but TFA completely changed their Blueberry Candy concentrate and it now splits and has a chalky taste in any recipes it's used in making it useless which sucks, not sure why they ruined it. I have Sugar Daddy listed as the sweetener which is fine used alone but I actually use my own sweetener mixture which is made up of 12oz's Regular Sugar Daddy, 2oz's CAP Super Sweet, & 2oz's TFA Sweetener shaken together in a 16oz bottle... I use that as the sweetener in all of my mixtures... Thanks, CloudyMotherChucker
This is a recipe I made for my 67-year-old mother who doesn't drink but can't live without this vape. As in, it's the only thing she wants to vape. I've tried taking down the FLV Bourbon and she doesn't like it as much (yes I know it's a high amount for FLV). This is a very unique vape, and yes it smells like bourbon to everyone around you but it's also very sweet and creamy. I've even gotten to where I enjoy this in my rotation. I know these %'s seem high but seriously try it my way because I've tweaked this twelve different ways and this is the only one she wants. In her words "It's the only flavor I can really taste." She refuses to wait for steeping and uses it as a Shake and Vape. I like it better after five days. I'm making this 120 ml a week for her.
This is a SWEET glazed doughnut, and let me stress the SWEET again. Zeppola, Biscuit, Joy, and Sugar Cookie work great as the base of this doughnut recipe. the Sweet Cream and Vanilla custard create the custard part of this. Cream Cheese Icing, and Rick's Sugar Daddy is the sweetener. Did I mention this is sweet? Great doughnut to vape while drinking a cup of black coffee. I vaped 120 mls of this fairly quickly after the steep, because it hit my craving for sweets. A quick warning to let this steep, not only for the creamy custard, but that Joy because it will taste like stale beer if you don't let that Joy steep, trust me on this.
A friend serves blueberry rice milk with spicy Indian meals. It is just white rice, whole milk and sugar cooked until the rice is very soft, and then she adds fresh blueberries after it cools. I wanted to try to duplicate the flavor.
The base is FE Rice Milk since it is a creamy, plain rice.
I added FLV Cream to add a milky richness.
The beverage is very sweet, but I wanted to try to add the sweetness with a blueberry flavor, FW Blueberry, but it does not duplicate the flavor of fresh blueberries. I hadn't tried VTA''s Blueberry, so I used it, just to get a feel of how it would work in a mix, and FW Black Current to add some depth to the berry flavor.
Sweetener is optional, but I did prefer it with a little sweetener.
Tested on Engine Nano 0.31 Ohm, 43 watts
My experiments with African Horned Cucumber continue. This recipe is based on a recipe for an African Horned Cucumber sauce recipe:
It is an interesting mix of fruits with spice. I really enjoyed it.
This recipe must be steeped 2 weeks.
I forgot to write the description when I was testing it, and all I remember is that it was pretty good.
My attempt at a corn bread pudding type recipe. I wasn't going for a clone but something that gave that sweet corn and cream taste. 3% of OOO Corn Bread used for obvious reasons, it has a sweet wet corn bread smell to it. I couldn't find any AP to support the corn note so I went with 2% CAP Cereal 27 which worked out well with its sweet and flakey type taste/texture. I know the OG Corn Bread Pudding lists a maple note, again not a flavor I had so I improvised with JF Dulce De Leche which has a carmelized sugar not to it I felt would work well. LB Vanilla Ice Cream is just great but its use here is to add buttery creaminess and the vanilla note. To boost the creaminess and thick texture I went with INW Yes, We Cheesecake and INW Custard. This is great right off the shake but a few days of steeping will help out the creams.
One of my favorite commercial juices is Stormy by Hometown Heroes. , a lime and cucumber soda. It was the inspiration for this recipe.
The base is RF Soda Base, sweetened and cooled with Rick's Sugar Daddy and WS-23.
The cucumber is not a dominate flavor, and it could be bumped up a little if desired.
The INW Cactus-Lime and FA Florida Key Lime are the main note, but it is not harsh, and can be vaped right away.
I mixed this at 50/50 to vape in my Digiflavor Siren 2 at high ohm 1.0 SS316, and it was exactly what I was looking for, although it is nothing like Stormy.
My thanks to Mark Turner for his help with this recipe.
African Horned Cucumber is a unique flavor. It seems rather herbal to me after steeping. It blends well with the citrus flavors, but is definitely the dominant flavor in this recipe. The African Horned Cucumber flavor changes dramatically with time. It starts out very "orangy," and is very unappealing after steeping about a week, but the second week, this recipe comes to its own. It really hit the spot for me when I was bored with my typical flavors.
Note: After vaping this for a while, I decided it needed more lemon, so it has been added to the original recipe.
Tested on Digiflavor Siren 2 at 1.0 ohm 316 ss
Tested later at higher wattage (40), and it had more flavor