Flavor Profile: bakery dessert
Used in 4614 recipes at an average of 1.924%.
Plain vanilla ice cream in a cone. This is the simple version of my first recipe which was good but I just want to see how it comes out if I simplify things.
After I have let it steep for seven days I love it. Even better than my first recipe. Mix this and try it if your looking for a simple all day vape.
This is a simple vanilla dessert, with cookie crust. The FW Butter Cream adds the emulated nuttiness, along with the touch of AP, and the Graham fills out the base layer. Very simple, but is guaranteed to pair perfectly with your Thanksgiving dessert. Whether it's pumpkin, apple, or pecan pie and some espresso, it's meant to sit nicely with no contrasting profiles.
In the process of moving existing recipes from ELR I feel are worthy of being included in my ATF portfolio. Huck Yeah I think fits right in with my other formulations.
A number of people stated all they could taste in my older formulation of this profile was the berries, So I decided to update with this revision. If you're into creamy, tart and sweet recipes I can recommend this one.
Find the old recipe here: e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/746418/Huckleberry+Cheesecake
■ TFA CGC, TFA Graham Clear, CAP NY Cheesecake
This combination makes up the cheesecake base.
■ CAP Sweet Cream
Contributes a "cheesy" texture with a little cream cheese filling. Also bestows weight to the mix.
■ FLV Blueberry Muffin
Used to add bottom ripeness to the huckleberry with a little texture to the graham.
■ FLV Strawberry
Used to append a fatty jammy depth to the berry while not muddling strawberry notes.
■ TFA Huckleberry
Use this sh*t with a light hand. Not kidding. Goes perfume quickly. Less is more with this bad boy. In this revision I felt it was the best level for prominence while meshing with the creamy tart notes.
■ CAP Super Sweet
Obviously cheesecake is sweet.
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This is the first batch I have mixed up. I will see how it goes and add notes after steep.
After steeping for 2 weeks I have tried it out. I really enjoyed this. Vanilla ice cream forward then it finishes with a buttery cone. I am very pleased. I will be trying out a V2 of which I have already posted a recipe. My reasons for changing to a new recipe is I think it could have a bit more dairy flavor. Please don’t let this stop you from mixing it. It really is enjoyable. I like simple flavors and this hits the spot.
FW Wild Berry Cobbler. This concentrate has been a favorite of mine for over a year. This is like a jammy blackberry with slight bakery notes. This is a great concentrate to start any cobbler,, pie,, or dark Berry pastry. Just yummy. Can you tell I like it?
This recipe is a blackberry & blueberry tart.
The berries for this tart, I used FW Blackberry and Hangsen Blueberry . They work great together in this recipe.
I use FA Custard Premium to add the creamy pudding in with the berries.
To enrich the slight pastry note of the wild Berry Cobbler. I added TFA Graham Cracker Clear & JF Biscuit
Live mixed on Mixlife 10/24 developed on stream!
Our bakery base starts with FW Butter Rum and FA Apple Pie, adding a bit of grain from FW Hazelnut TPA Graham Cracker Clear.
A solid punch of bourbon with TPA Kentucky Bourbon at 2.5% ensures it will stand out after a steep.
A bit of extra sweetness from FW Butter Pecan.
A splash of VT Vanilla Buttercream Frosting to finish it off!
Tried a juice before that was supposed to be like a samoa girl scout cookie and it missed the mark completely so I'm giving a shot at it myself.
FA Cookie: This is the base of the cookie, fa cookie reminds me of a thin crunchy cookie.
FA caramel/coco: sweet caramel and a somewhat artificial coconut for the toppings. I'm avoiding any chocolate aspect for the moment because I think it would overpower the whole mix and power over the caramel and coconut, which are the main flavors I like to taste in a samoa.
TPA Graham cracker clear: Help out the fa cookie. Bring some sweetness and a little vanilla/spice
TFA bavarian cream: Sweeten up the mix. Thicken up the mouthfeel. Bring some fullness to the dryness of the cookie.