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my first corn bread pudding recipe is definitely good and taste very similar to the real one after a good steep but the new 2.0 is A bit more spot on i feel they definitely aren’t using OOO corn bread even tho it is a very good ingredient to use . and I also felt that they were using a lot of cheesecake graham crust . So 3.5% seemed right and with a little vanilla pudding to thicken it up . I stayed away from the custard this time as Wayne said the custard are used to last time seemed a little oily . i put 1% AP this time instead of 0.75% since I’m not using OOO corn bread this time to give it a bit more “corn” flavor and using kettle corn at 3% with that makes a perfect corn taste . i’m also using TPA Maple syrup instead of FA this time just to switch it up i’m not sure which one they’re actually using to be honest . you can use FA as a sub witch is in my original clone . And last but not least i’m using Flavor west yellow cake to give it some bready-ness . And at 1.5% it seemed just right . You can use super sweet all the way up to 1% , I like mine any where from 0.5% to 0.75% . I am planning on posting my blueberry version also in this form too . i will also be making a strawberry one for both clones 1.0 and 2.0.
✋ !!!FIRST READ THIS!!! ✔
I did not use "(TJ) Ice Queen"!
I used https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/206727#swedish_queen_jam_stone_by_wallebiela
I nicked the best crumble cake I know to test my Queen Jam
September Mixer’s Club - Candy
This took a lot of trial and error. I was really going for “ew”s and “AHHH”s.
A watermelon lollipop with a scorpion inside.
The lollipop was the easy part. MB Watermelon is my favorite candied watermelon and the FW Candy Watermelon brought the body to it. WF Sour Ball helped sell lollipop instead of just candy.
Late edition of WF Watermelon (Yellow). It brought a little more juiciness and green/rind to this.
Now, FLV Milk & Honey + AP don’t bring as much dirt to this as I wanted, but it definitely feels like there’s a protein in this mix that. They offset the other flavors just enough to make you think you took a bite where the lollipop was thinning and got some scorpion too.
I do suggest adding nic to this. It helps fill out the scorpion body.
Ry4-ish pb custard
Moving some of my recipes over from elr, this is from a few months ago.
reviewed at 48:20
Not having dabbled in commercial RY4s much at all I really cant compare it to anything, but if you trust Maxs opinion this recipe is worth checking out if RY4 is your jam.
The idea is for a peanutty custard with some caramel undertones, a satisfying dessert vape.
TPA DX Peanut Butter- my go to PB, this brings good flavor and sets the direction of the profile.
TPA Acetyl Pyrazine (5%)- bolsters the PB and add a bit of nutty depth
TPA Ry4 Double- using this as my caramel/other vanilla tone. Solo RY4x2 has a bit of a dirty bite to me, but in conjunction with the PB and AP they seem to smooth out or hide that edge.
TPA Vanilla Custard 2- my crutch custard, develops into a really nice vanilla custard that can stand up against some other dark flavors.
TPA Bavarian Cream- used in concert with the custard we get another element, more vanilla and some additional sweetness.
I'm good with no super sweet in this but as always add to taste.
Allright boys, this is my legacy recipe. The previous version of this has been improved a lot so I appreciate people giving this one a shot. Since I started mixing I came in wishing there was more clones of popular juices. There were 4 specifically I wanted to see: pink punch lemonade by twist, shamrock cookie by sadboy, beard #32 by beard vape co, and the one strawberry by beard vape co. None of these existed before I started mixing almost a year ago. I took it as my personal mission to get good enough where I could clone these juices and I set out on a journey. This is the profile that I worked the hardest to achieve, so much time and effort. It was by far the hardest clone I worked on and took about 4 months of trial and error to get to this version. It is good after 7 days, great after 2 weeks and continues to get better afterwards. This is gonna be the last recipe I publish for a while, possibly ever unless I try to go after the one strawberry. If anyone has tried the original, I would love to hear your thoughts on how I did.
This is my take on a "simple" basic cereal with milk. It is "simple" in the sense that all of the components are necessary in some sense for me. The base two flavors are FA milk and Cereal 27. The rest of the flavors are meant to help bring out or "fix" these flavors, so to speak. Most of these I got from the guys and gal over at the Noted podcast as suggestions on what auxiliary flavors go best with cereal, so shout out to them. I took their suggestions and ran with them.
AP brings out the nut'n'honey type of nuttiness that I expect in a cereal. The Graham cracker clear just rules and I put it in everything (but seriously I was told it goes really well with cereals and....well, it does). For the milk, FA meringue sweetens up the mix and milky underpants really just goes well with FA milk at 2 to 1 and I also use it a lot with FLV cream so it was a must for me to make that perfect milk aspect.
Anyways, I use this as a good starting off point for a cereal vape, but mostly I like it by itself as an ADV. Enjoy!