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i am starting vaping this recipe from day 1
but it gets better with a 14 days steep.
ELR Link: http://tjek.nu/r/q6cE
After the word hit the street that FLV Created a shake and vape tobacco, I was quick to add it to my cart and start playing around. I'm enjoying my MTL setup during the day, I get through the day with less vape breaks - and extremely satisfying vape sessions.
We did a review show on Vurve, and RudeRudi spoke about Sweet Leaf. Following that I got in my concentrates, and mixed it up - I found the recipe to be really authentic, with a touch of dryness - like any cigar would. But because I have been vaping sweet fruits and desserts, my palate wasn't ready for it. So I smashed in some of my favorite dark cream, and caramel - to help add more body to this delicious cigar flavor. TFA Bavarian cream has a way for filling in all the dead spots in the mix, giving you a all round fuller body experience.
This is a Creamy Caramel Cuban, made for the squad that is tobacco curious, the perfect gateway to tobacco's. I would recommend this in a MTL setup - as this is how I tested this specific recipe.
Only add the super sweet if you want serious dessert style sweetness - because the TFA Bavarian Cream & FA Caramel is inherently sweet. This is not everyone's cup of tea, because it actually goes really well with a strong cup of coffee in the morning. Absolute bliss.
If you like sweet stuff, and also hit some tobacco recipes from time to time. Give this one a Smasheroo!
The Persian Prince is relatively simple creamy peach custard based on "The Prince" by Vaping with Vic. However, it does not use strawberry but goes full on peach. I also toned down the bavarian cream a little bit, so it is more custard-fruit centered.
I do not recommend this as a Shake n' vape. Containing custard, creams, and peach flavourings, it will benefit from at least a week of steeping.
Notes on progress:
14/3/2016: Tried after 7 days. Not bad. I mixed a second batch with increased FA White Peach from 1.25 to 1.5, CAP Yellow Peach from 2.0 to 3.0, and CAP VC V1 from 4.5 to 5.0. Let's see how it works.
Sugar-frosted froot loops in light creamy milk
Every mixer has their own version of froot loops so after months of tinkering, I came up with this well-balanced one which has a nice blend of medium citrus, light cream and sugary cereal sweeteness.
FW Fruit Rings is the best citrus-based cereal around, however, all too often, when mixed, it's drowned in too much cream for my liking. Much of this is to do with taming the accompanying citrus notes. To avoid this, FA Juicy Strawberry and TFA Meringue were marshalled as muting agents as well as for essential cereal sugar sweetness.
FA Juicy Strawberry contains a truckload of Ethyl Maltol with caramel-like sweetness and cereal sugar texture. I found it works better in cereals than Strawberry Ripe. Just 0.75% Juicy Strawberry is enough to tame 2.5% FW Fruit Rings and provide a cereal sugar effect. (N.B. If you prefer a little less Ethyl Maltol sweetness, lower to 0.50%, which does the trick too)
TFA Meringue is an indispensable and distinct cereal sugar (FA Meringue doesn't work as well so no subs), however, the downside is that it can high-hack a recipe if used too high. After various trials, the sweet spot was hit at 0.65% to get that frosted sugar sweetness and texture.
1% FLV Cream was boosted with 0.75% TFA Bavarian Cream to make a light cream base. Not much Bavarian Cream was needed as I didn't want to overdo it with E.M. I forgot how useful Bavarian Cream is which adds creamy undertones as well as smoothen things out. 0.75% FW Hazelnut, a reliable workhorse, rounds out the cereal milk base and provides a creamy malt background.
Finally, to boost the overall cereal sweetness, 0.50% FW Sweetener.
And that's it. There's nothing new going on in this recipe; fruit loop profiles are ten a penny. Besides I didn't want to add to the already high cereal mortality rate on recipe sites. However, this simple recipe turned out so well I thought I'd share it as it might just float your boat.
Better as a S&V for that sweet crispy sugary coated taste.
Tried a juice before that was supposed to be like a samoa girl scout cookie and it missed the mark completely so I'm giving a shot at it myself.
FA Cookie: This is the base of the cookie, fa cookie reminds me of a thin crunchy cookie.
FA caramel/coco: sweet caramel and a somewhat artificial coconut for the toppings. I'm avoiding any chocolate aspect for the moment because I think it would overpower the whole mix and power over the caramel and coconut, which are the main flavors I like to taste in a samoa.
TPA Graham cracker clear: Help out the fa cookie. Bring some sweetness and a little vanilla/spice
TFA bavarian cream: Sweeten up the mix. Thicken up the mouthfeel. Bring some fullness to the dryness of the cookie.
Here's my attempt at a remix of one of my favorite commercial juices; Dragon Grahams. The profile is Dragonfruit cream on a graham cracker with brown sugar sprinkle. This is my fourth revision of this recipe and I think I'm getting close to the real juice, but would love feedback or suggestions if anyone wishes to comment.
Ps - the name of this recipe is an ode to the fasttech styled digest from ECR.