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This is a mix I made from leftovers from other mixes. I really enjoy Ry4 mixes, so that’s what I based it on. The 1st Pot Mess while being good, lacked a little punch, hence the Ry4 Asian, it gives it that little bit more depth.
The Marshmallow is used as a sweetener, because it is a little more subdued than than normal Sweetener, which I’ve used, but in a smaller amount.
This could be used straight away, but will get better after time, the longer the better.
In the first place, I do regret that this is a whopping 21 percent flavoring percentage. Perhaps this can be whittled down, I have not tried it.....yet.
More importantly I do not want to reduce the flavors that this recipe bring out. I do not want to change any of the nuances that are present now.
More importantly, this may be a remix but it is MY REMIX. As such I have had to choose direction of certain flavors. In the end this is inspired, very similar and very very delicious.
OK that said, this is a profile of an old school vape which no longer exists. The mix was Blue Balls, by Lung Candy. Back in '16, when local vape shops restocked this juice, it would be gone by the end of the day, not exaggerating. OK so here is how I did it:
Of course NY Cheesecake, I also added INW Yes We Cheesecake because it is so good. I believe the Cheesecake role in this mix is to lie just under the blueberry flavor and to help lift it up over all the graham cracker flavor present. I felt 4.5 %, with the best part going to the older more likely used cheesecake, would be about right.
Graham Cracker Crust
When you take a full bite of blueberry cheesecake you are at first overwhelmed with all this graham cracker. As you chew it the cheesecake comes to the fore and depending on the amount, so does the fruit topping. Also Graham cracker is the last flavor you taste and also what lingers on your pallet after you are finished. I could never find a Graham Cracker to fill this role properly until one day when I combined two unlikely hero's in this mission..... Graham Cracker DX (TPA) and Graham Cracker (TPA). Since it is the primary note and the base to this recipe, I had to make sure the flavor of this combination came forward, replicated the flavors of Blue Balls, and could remain front and center through-out the steep. After a few tries, 5% GC-DX and and 2% GC worked well.
I had to go old school to recapture this flavor. LA Blueberry and CAP Wild Blueberry. These are lighter blueberries It was important to use this particular and unique blueberry flavor and not let this favor get lost or changed in this now heavy mix. To re-create Blue Balls, this flavor has to sit or lay right under the Graham Cracker, almost next to, ... the graham cracker. After a number of tries and quite a few batches I found a decent balance when I pushed TPA WIld Blueberry to 4 and Kept the LA Blueberry at 2.25 %.
Over the development Of this latest version I have been using an ASGARD Mini using a plain round dual wrap of 24 Ga. SSL wire, 6 wrap .18 ohm. and n Arcless Mech Mod by Mechlyfe as well as the Keen Mech Mod by Timesvape.
I hope you enjoy this recipe half as much as I do.
I wanted to make a apple turnover recipe but was lacking an ingredient for the batter, so I used a small percentage of CAPs glazed doughnut and combined it with some Acetyl Pyrazine. Worked out great, the apple is quite subtile in the flavor but there and the cinnamon is just the right amount for my likings.
Home style creamy coconut cream pie.. Something your grandmother would bake for special occasions.
Coconut by FLV - Strong flavor at higher percentage So only used 3 drops
Coconut Custard by WF - Great base for a coconut cream pie
DX Graham Cracker by TPA - Some will get the clear I prefer the darker also great base with the butter for the crust of the pie
Vanilla Pudding by FLV - Added creaminess to a pie
Sweet Coconut by FLV - Adds a smooth light coconut taste
This will possibly make you feel like a kid again...
Much Help via #Shyndo
Lucky charms++ with deeper cereal notes. I know, the Cactus choice seems weird. But all it does is give more juiciness to a recipe that otherwise might be a little dry, and it twists the berries' nose just a little. If you like you can add up to 1% Sucralose. I don't. If you do, you might want to decrease the Marshmallow to taste.