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One of my all time favorite juices is Mamasans graham slam i wasn't going for a replication here but more of a matured palate now that i am mixing. I have come to realize that the flavour i have always chasing in over the counter ejuice purchases has been ry4 double so with this graham recipe i just wanted to try to push forward a very rich graham dessert flavour with touch of that bourbon cream. I feel like going forward in my mxing journey you will see a lot of me chasing these rich deep brown notes like with vapestasia royalty II my all time favorite e juice it even knocked off country clouds cornbread pudding from top honors its just too bad i didn't discover royalty II but 2 months before thismailban so here i am chasing that taste i wouldn't call this a cloinethough just me spit balling why im combining these deep rich flavours. I love vaping and the culture the good and the bad we all grow together smoke free and now i love mixing i am gonna start calling vaping the hiphop of all vices because like hiphop it has all these different aspects and cultures within it that make up the vape community And also make the community so diverse and rich just like the juices i chase We are all artists inside with a bright light to shine so don't be a bitch be humble & keep on MIXING effra efrra efrra kutch kutch koooo
Brown betty a la mode, a caramel apple brown betty pie with vanilla ice cream.
I approached this recipe by layering the profile into the separate components: fruit, pastry, caramel sauce and ice cream. I tried very hard to keep the number of ingredients to a minimum. Perhaps I need a more diverse stash?
Fruit: I wanted a sweet, sticky cooked apple component without it being too bright; I used apple fuji and apple pie together with a touch of pear and dragonfruit to mellow it down.
Pastry: I decided that the notes I wanted for the sweet pastry/crumble could be achieved with sugar cookie and Graham cracker. I used Graham cheesecake to add a sweetness to it, and the wafer in the lucky shot creates a bridge to the next layer.
Caramel sauce: the caramel in the lucky shot is rounded out by english toffee and dulce de leche. I was thinking of a thick, sweet caramel sauce or even custard to this part, which is helped by the Devon cream and custard premium.
Vanilla ice cream: I wanted to get a feeling of a melting scoop of ice cream sat on top of the pie. TPA VBIC does the job very nicely together with the Devon cream and custard. The marshmallow rounds it all out with a rich sweetness.
I am sure that plenty of subs could be made for just as successful a recipe. I would be interested to hear about them.
Give it a mix, steep for at least a week (I would suggest 3 actually) and let me know what you think!
Having spent quite a while working on my DIY game by mixing other people's recipes, experimenting with percentages, building up my stash and mixing gear and starting to look into profiles, I have finally created something of my own which I feel is worthy of sharing!
I have been enjoying banana milks recently, but noticed a lack of available banoffee profile recipes when a friend asked me to make one for him.
I started off simple, but kept adding more to the profile until I had the complex beast you see before you (of which I went through 30ml in a day after a 7 day steep).
I won't do a huge breakdown of all ingredients and how they add to the mix as it would take way too long, but would love any suggestions for improvement.
Initially mixed with a milk frother in a warm water bath (not for speed steeping but because it reduces the viscosity of the base making blending more effective) in a 180ml batch, the recipe starts to get great at 7 days but is AWESOME after 3 weeks.
Give it a try and let me know what you think! 😊
Coffee vapes were my first love when I started mixing. It's a hard profile to nail since there are so few flavors out there that don't taste like burning rubber. FA Tiramisu, Espresso, Cappuccino, Cocoa were my favs, but are super concentrated and tend to taste burnt at higher temps. Ive since moved on to fruits and desserts and haven't touched coffees for a while until FA Up was released. This is my take on a frilly toffee flavored coffee drink with a splash of ameretto.
So this is my take on Wayne's take on the pistachio ry4. I didn't have all the things i needed to make his recipe so i came up with this with what i had. To me it tastes pretty damn true to the real thing. Very delicious and easy vape with a good nutty richness. I wanted a bit more sugar cookie with mine and it works wonderfully. With this one i honestly get impatient and pretty mush SNV, and it tastes wonderful as is.