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So... here is the very first recipe I created on this site. The profile is an Iced Blueberry Lavender Tea Latte. It has taken A LOT of development to get to this final product, but I am finally satisfied with it. Mix and enjoy!
Blueberry Wild (TPA): The perfect blueberry to pair with lavender. It is an earthy, floral and dry blueberry. At 3% it accentuates the lavender very effectively and adds a more subtle natural blueberry.
Condensed Milk (PUR): After using Cream Fresh (FA) for all previous batches I found it worked but gave it a pretty noticable milk funk. So I finally decided to try Condensed Milk (PUR) and it was a perfect fit. Had all the notes Cream Fresh (FA) has without the funk. Perfect.
Lavender (FA): Probably the best lavender on the market. Very natural. Definitely the right choice for this profile.
Marshmallow (FA): Been with this recipe since the beginning. Not sure why, but the authentic marshmallow root flavor works so well with the lavender. Also adds some thickness.
Milk & Honey (FLV): I really don't know why I didn't think to use this cream sooner. It really gives it that latte heated milk taste. The honey adds plenty of sweetness and a nice floral note. The milk is authentic with no funk. Just perfect.
Peppermint (TPA): Gives this recipe the herbal tea note and also adds a nice iced quality. This flavor can be pretty powerful so keeping it lower is key.
Vanilla Swirl (TPA): Used to compliment the creams and add a vanilla accent to the recipe.
They describe this as basically a blueberry watermelon lemonade. It has just a drop of koolada btw. That's all you'll need for a 30ml. Maybe a drop and a half-2 drops (Unless you just love koolada). But really this recipe should barely taste it. I'm saying basically if you dont even like koolada you should still enjoy this, that's how little goes in here lol! Ok now take a bottle of Vape Wild "Blue Harvest" and put it next to this recipe. What I'm going for, is I'm trying to completely imitate it. I'm close! I'm not there 100% but it's hard for me to tell the two apart just off smell now so that's progress. LA "lemonade" is for sure the best lemonade for this so far, I've never tried Vape Wilds lemonade though, that is another option I thought may be what goes in it. The blueberry as well could be the one from Vape Wild, also need to buy that. If you have tried those and can give me any feedback on if you think they go in this, please let me know. So I wasn't sure if cap "harvest berry" was in "blue harvest", but now I'm 95% sure that it is. At least that's what my personal tests have concluded lol. TFA "watermelon" is what they use for sure, that's an easy one to spot in there. Idk if they used 2 watermelon flavors or not. And like I said, I wasn't sure on the bberry so I thought maybe FW Bluebery or TFA BBW. I went with "bbery wild", I thought it tasted right in this so hopefully I got it right. You can try both or maybe tfa "BBXtra" or maybe a bberry from another company. Anyway I think I'm pretty close but if you have any knowledge on what Vape Wild "blur harvest" tastes like, give it a mix and leave me some feedback. Thanks. Enjoy.
This flavor will tie you to a radiator and GRAPE YOU in the mouth.
The name is a reference to the Whitest Kids You Know sketch with the same name.
I wasn't going for anything in particular here, but I wanted a grape flavor that wasn't overpoweringly grape (despite the name) - so it's got some blueberry in there as well to mellow out the grape candy flavor. It also has some sour gummy candy to bring out some more sourness along with the lemon and cherry to add more fruit in there. Cactus, I'm not sure why I put that in there, but it's good. Marshmallows are for body - I especially like the toasted marshmallow, but that might be a bit too much. Cream cheese icing adds some sweetness and creaminess.
a light splash of cream in a hot cup of black tea with dried blueberries.
The FA Black tea works as a slightly astringent black tea, almost as though it were steeped just a bit too long.
That's where the creams come in though, helping to bury that astringent note and fill out the body of the tea. Originally the recipe called for twice as much of each cream, but that will lend itself to a faint sour note from the sweet cream. dialing them both back by half left the tea to stand up on its own, while still burying that astringency.
The blueberry combo used here is more "earthy" and marries well into the tea. Not a shock of bold fresh blueberries, but instead more of the dried berry you'd see in an herbal tea.