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This is a remix based on the new Dinner Lady Blackberry Crumble. I made this based on the profile before the commercial liquid was released so it isn't exactly as the original. However after getting a bottle of the original I think I prefer this mix.
The Crumble Base
Fa Pandoro, Cap sugar cookie, Cap golden butter, Cap Cereal 27 and Cap graham Cracker V1
This base has been a work in progress for a good six months and is good to use as a base to layer other flavours in for your preferred Crumble recipe. (try it with 1.5% Flv apple filling)
The Pandoro and golden butter give the light cake / buttery element of the Crumble with the sugar cookie and graham cracker giving the biscuit notes.
Cereal 27 really helps to create the authentic Crumble flavour and also helps to meld the buttery and biscuit elements together.
The Blackberry Filling
TPA - blackberry works well on top of the Crumble base and give a vibrant jammy type of blackberry which sits nicely as the top note in this recipe. I find tpa's blackberry as three best choice for this recipe even though I don't think Dinner Lady are using it in their recipe. Fa blackcurrant is used just to add further jam like feel and texture to bend the blackberry into a cooked blackberry.
Super Sweet adds some sweetness and helps to add vibrancy to the mix
AP is not essential as there is a fair bit in the cereal 27 but this helps the texture of the mix and to help keep the layers separate.
Hope you guys enjoy and if you mix it up please let me know your thoughts
CAP Sugar Cookie / INW Biscuit / TPA Brown Sugar - The crumble. I tried with a mix of INW Biscuit and FA Cookie at a few different percentages but It just wouldn't play nice ... enter Sugar Cookie. With the Brown Sugar, Biscuit and Sugar Cookie it adds that sweet pastry crumble that ended up being the best combo for the mix.
FLV Boysenberry / TPA Blackberry - A sweet and tart combination that makes up the sweet filling in the crumble. I went through a few different berries to mix with the Boysenberry. I tried FA Raspberry, FA Forrest Fruits, INW Raspberry then I tried TFA Blackberry and found a good match.
The FA Blackcurrant is just there to give the filling a bit of jam like feeling and stickiness. The FA Blood Orange is really subtle and is there only to add a bit of orange zest to the mix.
You won't taste the Crumble part until at least day 2. Let this rest for 3-5 days.
Check out the video for this recipe here https://youtu.be/SuUYlGLoetA
This was inspired by Stixx Mixx's Aged Burley. I really just played off the dark berry notes that I got from single flavor testing. Same goes with the Caramel and Vanilla Custard I added to give it some creaminess and make it a little more dessert like.
Overall it is a sweet and bold pipe tobacco with a kick of blackberry. Delicious!
A lemonade so delicious that the haters start to come out of the woodwork.
FLV Lemonade- Base, delicious tangy lemonade
TFA Blackberry- Adds the darker berry notes
FLV Pink Guava- Really comes across more like a grapefruit here.
Cap Super Sweet- Absolutely subjective. It's in almost every one of my mixes, but when I mixed this for my supervisor he asked for it to be dropped down to .2%
I mixed this for a Tuesday that I was going golfing. I had hoped it would turn out well, but I was pleasantly surprised! This one is absolutely a good SNV, but I do think that it gets better after about a day. Please give any feedback.
FA Fuji- For sweetness and juiciness.
This is just one of my mixing ideas that turned out really yummy. Looking for ideas to use HS Ginger (I love ginger), I came across this culinary recipe, which piqued my interest. So I decided to make it into a vape. I went with an ice cream instead of a yogurt or rice pudding, mostly because this ice cream base, which I stole from Vurve, is easy and delicious and doesn't need a long steep.
This is a good ratio of FA Peach to FA White Peach for what I wanted to do. HS Ginger, I've found, does a good job of toning down the floral (perfume-y?) notes in berries. This amount of Ginger is necessary to taste it in this mix and it is really just a compliment. As it sits, the whole thing really blends together nicely, no flavor is too distinct.
Let me know what you think. Give it a day to steep. Also, if you like sweetener like I do, 0.5% CAP Super Sweet hits the spot
FLV Lemon Tea - This tastes a lot like an Arnold Palmer by itself. I wanted to make a refreshing summer drink with this as the base after I did a single flavor test with it.
CAP Hibiscus - This flavor was from my first DIY order and I have been trying to find a way to use the rest of it and I knew hibiscus and tea work well together in beverages so here it is in my beverage vape. It's pretty sweet and not overly floral in this recipe. I would say it's optional but I mixed this up without it and it's just not the same.
FA Forest Mix + TPA Blackberry - These two flavors together have been my go to for the lemonade recipes I have been playing around with. The lemonade really made these berries pop. The Lemon Tea is no different the lemon brings the berries forward.
CAP Super Sweet - Optional. I live in NC and sweet tea here requires like 1:1 sugar to tea ratio so I added super sweet to make it more authentic.
Add Koolada or your favorite cooling agent if you want it cold. Hope you enjoy it!