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Recently got hold of VT Persian Lime and totally fell in love. It’s everything a lime should be and nothing it shouldn’t. This is just an attempt at building around it as a primary note. I’m using it as the central flavour in a lime curd.
FA Meringue and TFA Toasted Marshmallow make a pretty convincing Pavlova base.
VT Persian Lime, LB VIC and INW Custard make up our lime curd.
The rest is really up to you. I added very small amounts of Mango, Raspberry, Blueberry, Blackberry and Strawberry for the topping, but feel free to mess with this if you don’t have these specific flavours.
Just keep them at very low percentages, to prevent them from stomping all over the pavlova and lime curd base.
Blue Razz is the main profile, and we all know Blue Razz is amazing, but then you throw in some Black Cherry and it gets a really good sour feel without taking away too much from the profile. Blackberry's there to give it a full mouthfeel with its jammyness and adds just a bit more tart to the overall cherry sour.
With all that said, in the end, it really feels like tasting like a Chazzberry with how everything fits together. Very wet, very sweet, sharp, and just enough sour and tart.
Perfectly acceptable after a SNV but give it 24 hours to settle and the sourness gets brought out more. I'm sure more days could really flesh this out.
When I found the TPA Blackberry I had to make an Ice Cream Cone and let the Blackberry be STAR of the show it is so good....Sooo Good, if I could find a good Cool that had no flavor I would add a bit to get the Ice in the ice cream....If I find a good one I will add it but this is sooo delicious...Love and Good Health to all...Kim
Mixer's Club Submission March 2020: Blue in a bottle of Milk
I had an idea to start with... Blackberry cigar with a hint of milk chocolate. I bumped into AlfredPudding in the MC server and asked him if he wanted to add a submission and I would graciously mix it up for him. He ended up jumping in as a collaboration on the concept and swapped out some flavors for others, suggested some percents and this mix was born. I got pretty busy, so i didnt get a chance to really mess with percents. I really didnt need to. After about two weeks, I felt the tobaccos were still a bit soft and wanted to bump them up. Never got to trying it, and glad I didn't. At about three weeks, they all slide together to make something that is just really interesting to vape. So, i don't know, make of it what you will.
It's nicely balanced, with the tobaccos just laying in the cut providing a base for the rest of the flavorful components. Blackberry at 1.25 blends harmoniously with the berry-like components of Black Cat for Pipe, Dates adds the depth to the dark fruity undertones in Dark for Pipe, and lavender all but dissolves into the mix lightening it up in a strangely delightful way; it's nearly impossible for me to discern it individually. It turned out to be very interesting to me and I hope you like it.
Edit: I kinda threw up the notes quick for MC but wanted to make it clear, Alfred steered me away from the chocolate and brought in the lavender and red dates which make this a unique mix. It's more his than mine and now it's yours. If you try it, I can guarantee it will be worth the wait. And please do wait. The tobaccos end up being very delicate in the mix and need time to level out. Definitely a steeper.
Made for Mixers' Club Feb 2020
Take the best parts of existing recipes to create something new.
Green Bastard (parts) + Panther Blood (parts) + Bert's Soda Base (whole)
I started by simply trying to take half of 2 recipes (the first 2) and make it work but it was too much fruit and nothing else. It needed something more. Green Blood didn't work by itself even after tinkering the harshness of the blackberry and grapes down.
This is where I tried out a few bases for it to settle on top of with the soda taking me by surprise. It's not a berry-sprite as I was expecting given the ingredients.
I hope that this too takes you pleasantly by surprise, as true love often does.
[Btw, my ws23 is 30% in pg]
VT-Bilberry Ripe-(1%)-The minute I smelled this one I knew this was it!! I used this to boost the "blueness" in the recipe.
TPA-Blackberry-(0.15%)-***Be careful with this one do not over use it is very potent* **I used the Blackberry as the main blue note because I pick up some florals out of it ,which sings with the hibiscus beautifully. (The blackberry has a tendency to stick to whatever you put it on)
TPA-Hibiscus-(1.5%)-Big Shout out to Edible Malfunction for pointing me toward this hibiscus and away from FLV, compared to how the FLV was making this mix taste like i was eating the stem with everything this work a lot better but can be perfumery at high %(Not Saying FLV is bad but for this mix for me it just didnt work)
(Removed 10/6/19 because of fading) LA-Lemonade-(2.25%)-This is my Lemonade base to provide that tartness I need to counter all the sweetness in this recipe.
FLV Lemonade-(2%)- As a replacement for the LA Lemonade I kept having fading issues with it this also bring some juiciness to the mix
CAP-Hibiscus-(1%)-Serves dual functions as an accent to the TPA hibiscus and an emulsifier to help everything blend.
TPA-Strawberry Ripe-(1%)-helps make everything pop and bring some sweetness to the party.
VT Yellow Passion Fruit-(0.25%)- to give it more of a tropical body (did experiment with FLV Boysenberry, FA Passion Fruit , VT Passion Fruit and FLV Passionfruit) Felt like this one fit the best and joined with the florals,
FWIW I feel like this capture the drink perfectly if there is anything u guys think i can sub to make it better etc. please lmk =]
I used 1 drop cap super sweet per 30 ml you can add WS-23 to your liking hope you enjoy as much as I did working on it then finally getting it the way i wanted
Starbucks Drink Inspiration- https://www.starbucks.com/menu/drinks/refreshers/very-berry-hibiscus-lemonade-starbucks-refreshers-beverage
This is a VERSION 2 of Peanut Butter and Jelly recipe, blended with RY4 made from scratch
This is a Peanut Butter and Jelly recipe, blended with RY4 made from scratch