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I quite like my trials on diy. But this was the first one that really convinced my boyfriend, witch is why I call it “daddy’s”.
I started off using tpa hazelnut, but after a good steep I realized the reality of FW would fit better the profile. Feel free to use TPA’s without the hazel groove (changes completely, but works well).
I feel it well blended only after a month of steeping, despite after two weeks is already vapeable. Don’t dare trying before... there’s a metallic thing coming out from the hazels that creeps me out.
Hope you enjoy :)
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Lots of love and flavor <3
This is blueberry jam cookie CLONE spot tf on . i’m actually hype . my girl loves blueberry jam cookie so she always wanted me to clone this i’ve always knew it was a real simple recipe i just didn’t know what blueberry it was until i found blueberry extra by capella . as soon as i smelled it i knew right away and it’s a commercial illiquid so i just knew they were using a blueberry with the word “jam” in it . i always thought it might be blueberry jam by capella . so as soon as i smelled that one i was like yup that’s got to be it . and we always usually use 2 blueberrys in a mix . anyhow i used FA torrone because it brightens the blueberrys and also i know this flavor very well and it very well taste like it’s in the OG sadboy recipe ,( torrone has a lemon flavor to it) . i also used brown sugar by TPA to give these blueberry flavors more depth and it just makes a blueberry mix so much better . (learned that from fresh03) i’m using CAP sugar cookie to back up the FA cookie ( it’s a very tasty pairing ) using TPA sweetener is recommended because it has EM and Sucralose , with the EM giving the blueberry a candy kind of effect . I will be releasing the strawberry jam cookie in the next few days . Happy mixing !
Alabama Apple Pie Moonshine straight from the backwoods and ready to vape. Created from the same recipe that my husband uses to make his famous moonshine for football nights. Apple Stark/Fuji (At home it's straight Apple Juice) with the dragonfruit give this its great apple punch (we don't use cider in the real thing and didn't do it here). Bourbon gives it the punch of liquor flavor and the Rum while not boozy adds a little something to that Bourbon. We always use Sugar so it's present here in the sweetener and the brown sugar to give it a little depth. And the last note is the cinnamon because we always put a few sticks of it in the 5 gallon drum.
This is my second attempt at a very specific French pastry on SaturDIY'ing with fresh03 and Friends! We are doing lesson 2 in French pastry and I had completely messed this up on lesson 1.
A cannelé is a vanilla rum brûlée custard cake that's dense, spicy and a bit rum heavy. It's incredibly well balanced and gourmand and in its special shape it's a two-bites treat and I've loved it my whole life.
WF Rum Baba/FA Jamaica Special = THe spicy rum. I don't have VT light rum, so that might have worked better but I like this combo as it is also.
FLV Vanilla Pudding/LB Vanilla Ice Cream = That's Fresh quick's custard which does not require a 21 days steep like any other custard out there. The vanilla pudding gets the egginess out of the vanilla ice cream and in my mix, it works very well for taste and texture.
INW Crème Brûlée/TPA Brown Sugar = A strong and brown brûlée a cannelé needs.
WF Angel Cake = it's such a wonderful cake flavoring, and my cannelé is a custard cake.
DFS Holy Vanilla = it's a lovely vanilla but if you don't have it, you can sub it with FA Bourbon Vanilla at 1% ir another vanilla of your choice.
So there you have it, my French touch pastry. Let this steep a couple of days so that everything settles and meddles as it should.
Enjoy, be queer and vape on!
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This is my maple stone. It's rich and sweet and as authentic as it gets. Give it a week to grow and a couple more to be even more amazing. Maple flavorings need time to settle.
If you want something a little more pancake syrupy, you can sub TPA Brown Sugar for FA Butterscotch.
This is a stone, so it's not exactly made to vape on its own. Use this with baked goods, fried treats, cereals, and whenever you want that authentic sweetness without sweetener.
Enjoy, be queer & vape on!
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I just grabbed a handful of flavors that I've observed from all the recipes that have worked well together, mixed em up and forgot about it for a while. When I went back to see how bad it was, I was pleasantly suprised at how good it was. It's a nice bold but blended butterscotch. It's not artificially bright at all, as it leans towards the dark side of the spectrum. Just enough natural sweetness at the end to keep ya drippin'. I didn't add any sweetener but to each his own. The longer she steeps the better but I liked it off the shake.
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