From @Queuetue : I find boston rounds to be the very best bottles for mixing and temporary storage. I use them for my VG and PG as well as on the scale while I'm making a mix. With a top that's easy to fill, easy to cap and with minimal access to air, I keep a bunch on hand for unflavored base, or whatever project I may be up to for handy, quick access.
The tip is small enough to use with most top-fill RTAs or RDAs as well.
Flavor Profile: bakery dessert
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Delicious banana cheesecake.
The banana purée is actually from cupcake world but ATF don't have it listed.
This cheesecake is very creamy with a touch of banana pudding on top. The Devon cream is used to help with the missing butter in the crust and also gives a cream cheese flavor of cheesecake to the custards.
I love this as a SNV but of course steeped for a week or so enhances the creaminess.
I was single flavor testing Zeppola last week and was starting to notice the "citrusy" off notes others have mentioned. For me this was actually more of a coconut like flavor, and reminded me of the crumb donuts I lived on in high school. so I decided to try and bring that out more with the coconut extra. I use the sugar cookie and graham cracker to try and get more of the crumb texture.
PiELOT Blu 70/30
Stewart's Ice Cream makes a Blueberry Pie in the Sky ice cream. Here is my take on the only blueberry ice cream I like.
Steep: SnV: ok. 3 days: good. 1 week: best.
What is all this stuff doing?:
Fw Blueberry: this provides the blueberry flavor that would go into ice cream.
Cap&TfaVBIC: caps is a softer vanilla bean commonly used in ice cream. Tfa has a deeper vanilla note and also provides a minor custardy ingredient to bring life to the whole mix.
Sugar cookie/Graham clear/Meringue: this combination provides the pie "dough" balls found in the actual ice cream. In creating this and eating the actual ice cream, do not think "pie crust" or baked, warm crust. This isn't a Blueberry pie with a side of ice cream. Think cookie dough, like the little bits found in ice cream, but pie ingredients. To me sugar cookie and Graham clear do not taste like a prepared cooked version of the two. Example: Graham Cracker clear tastes like soft baked Graham Cracker or one that has not been baked yet.
Blueberry Muffin: here is the pilot of the whole mix. This to me is exactly like the blueberry flavor used to make the ice cream more artificial like gas station blueberries found in a muffin, but no actual muffin. The slight muffin taste you may get supports the pie while the very up front bright blueberry is the strand of berry ripping through the Sky of ice cream!
Ice cream/vienna Cream/sweet Cream: I didn't want a noticeably sharp "vanilla ice cream". I wanted more of a cold stone sweet cream ice cream and these do exactly that.
Marshmallow/Van. Whipped Cream: here is where the ripple effect is made. Marshmallow binds the blueberries to the vanilla whipped cream allowing it flow through the mix rather than give you a hard blueberry front and a ice cream/pie exhale. It's gotta swirl as ice cream was intended.
Cupcake Batter: some egg to give life to the meringue, Graham, and sugar cookie and also accent the three and a "gooey" effect to the blueberry strand and pie dough.
Madagascar/caramel: what ice cream doesn't contain some form or either of the two?
Cream: this has always been an interesting addition to any cream mix. It's cold whole milk cream and it provides a nice accent to all the creams being slapped together.
Super sweet: some sugar cause that's the way I like it and I'm not vaping to keep my coils pristine 24/7. Adjust to your liking.
Notes: I will say now, no you can not sub anything for anything or else it wouldn't be what it is as all things in mixing go. Sure it will come close, but not the same. You can however leave out some of .3s like cupcake batter and cream. I feel they are needed though to add that extra gooey effect you get in the middle if the vape.
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Published on May 30, 2015
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This is my recipe for a Strawberry Cream e-liquid. I would consider this to be a simple recipe for beginners looking to get into DIY. I'll be providing a series of DIY E-liquid recipes over time as well as other DIY tips and information.
TFA Strawberry Ripe - 5%
TFA Bavarian Cream - 3%
TFA Graham Cracker Clear - 2%
Gravities for mixing by weight :
PG = 1.01 g/mL
VG = 1.26 g/mL
TFA Strawberry Ripe = 1.041 g/mL
TFA Bavarian Cream = 1.068 g/mL
TFA Graham Cracker Clear = 1.05 g/mL
PLEASE NOTE : This recipe does contain a flavor that has Acetoin, which is a replacement for Diacetyl. Though it is a replacement for Diacetyl, it can catalyze into trace amounts of Diacetyl. If you are looking for Diketone-free cream flavorings I provided a link for the Diketone-free version of the Bavarian Cream used in the recipe.
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Bavarian Cream free of Acetoin or Acetyl Propionyl : https://shop.perfumersapprentice.com/...
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Berry Pebbles is a strawberry and blueberry cereal covered in a divine sweet milk. It has a perfect balance between the actual fruits, cereal and milk. It delivers a nice crunchy fruity cereal vape with the perfect amount of milk. Seriously addictive and delicious.
This is easily one of the best recipe i have ever created.
The base was inspired by Pebbles from NotCharlesManson.
Images and Words: An album by Dream Theater that I could listen to all day long. This is my tour de force, my ADV. I have been working on this recipe for about two months now, and I think that I've finally nailed it.
Flavor Profile to Hit: A fresh NY Cheesecake topped with cinnamon glazed blueberries.
FW Blueberry: A very sweet blueberry. This blueberry is bright and fresh. In my opinion, this is the best blueberry to hold up to all of the creamy components of this recipe. FA Bilberry could probably also be used for it's darker blueberry notes, in a super low percentage.
FA Bilberry: This blueberry is a little bit darker than most of the blueberry aromas out there, and it's addition in this recipe would add just a little bit more depth to it's FW cousin. The percentages have to be kept very low when working with this flavor, as it will completely drown out EVERYTHING in a mix.
FLV Rich Cinnamon: I made a 1/10 dilution of this flavoring, but .05 is the percentage for the undiluted concentrate.
CAP NY Cheesecake: The only cheesecake that came to mind during my initial planning phases, and this one is a complete winner! The thickness and mouthfeel are just right, while not completely overpowering the mix with it's sweetness.
TFA Cheesecake (Graham Crust): This is being used to add a little more creaminess and mouthfeel to the CAP NY Cheesecake, as well as add to the graham notes of the TFA Graham Cracker Clear.
CAP Vanilla Custard v1: At just one percent, this flavoring "thickens" up the entire mix. Anybody that knows me, knows that I absolutely love this flavoring, and it fits nicely into the mix.
TFA Graham Cracker Clear: This flavoring, of course, is the base of our beautiful cheesecake. The crust of a cheesecake is something that has to be sweet, buttery, and crunchy. This component hits all of those marks for me, with flying colors.
Many thanks to the members of the DIYorDIE Discord chat for helping me finish this recipe!
The long con.
This is a long cure recipe. Well worth the time.
It's an old school unicorn milk, shot into a custard.
Rich, Eggy and magical.
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