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Just a remix of all the (non citrusy) “Frosted Flakes swimming on milk” recipes I’ve ever seen around here and there.
Here i really taste the corn cereal and a creamy milk 🥛
The first that got my attention was from @ENYAWREKLAW so, desserves some credits.
Ps: QUITE vapeable after a week, but MUCH more delicious after 2 (if your not an anxious person, give it a month. Won’t regret it) -_-
Hope you enjoy!
Lots of love and flavor <3
Cremino Bianco is a white chocolate version of gianduja, an Italian confection made of roasted hazelnut paste and chocolate.
White chocolate has been my vaping white whale, as I have yet to try an authentic one, but really love the taste and profile. As I was attempting to create one, I discovered that with a dash of hazelnut it really comes alive!
So, to create the white chocolate base, a mix of TPA & FW white chocolate, WF white chocolate milky cream and a bit of FW sweet cream. The sweet cream gives the white chocolates more dimension and makes it taste a bit closer to the real thing.
Bridge to the hazelnut with WF hazelnuts and cream, add a drop of TFA hazelnut and round the nutty flavour of with a hint of acetyl pyrazine.
This recipe needs at least 14 days to develop properly, and if you can hold off for 3 weeks you will find it's sweet spot.
Please mix, enjoy and let me know what you think!
A bowl of milk and bananas with a bit of soft honey nut cheerios.
On the inhale I get a very accurate honey nut cheerios that has sat in the milk for a bit, exhale is like banana slices in a bowl of the leftover milk from aforementioned cheerios. I've vaped through a ton of this and it's my favorite dripper recipe at the moment. As my first public recipe on ATF with limited mixing experience it's by no means a work of art and I give much of the credit to @folkart
1% TFA Hazelnut combined with %1.5 FLV M&H gives a really authentic soft cheerio note to me.
3% LA Banana Cream works with TFA's offering to give a more realistic banana and bring it to the forefront.
Been working on this recipe for a while now and I’m getting close to the original this is my best attempt so far but I still feel it needs a little more work. Please critique it and let me no your opinion. This does taste pretty good straight off the shake but it really benefits from a good 2-week Steep to allow the creams to develop. ENJOY 🙂
I have been fiddling with my nuts a lot recently and wanted to make some kind of cream as a result. I then had the idea that it would be great to do this on a cookie and share it with everyone!
So I present to you the fruits of my labour; a lovely, rich, warm and delicious recipe. Works as S&V, but improves over time, really seeming to develop a gorgeous richness after a week.
To give a bit of insight into the way I develop my recipes, I break the flavours down into layers and then try to find 'bridge' flavours which can join each layer together.
For example, I went with TPA hazelnut for the base 'nut' layer of the recipe, bridging to ice cream with both EJM hazelpotamus and WF hazelnuts and cream.
For ice cream, I used CC cookie dough ice cream, which bridges to the cookie layer provided by CAP sugar cookie. FW cookie butter rounds everything out and complements all of the layers with a lovely richness.
You could very easily tweak this or use subs; a vanilla cream/ice cream would increase the ice creaminess, or you could ramp up the nuttiness with some acetyl pyrazine. The only real essentials are hazelnut and sugar cookie.
I am considering swapping out hazelnuts and cream for some VT toffee ice cream, which would provide a caramel note.
Anyway, here it is! Please give it a mix and let me know what you think. Your feedback is hugely appreciated!
A simple banana recipe. This is not a doughnut flavour, although I’ve used doughnut profiles. The banana profile pushes to the front and the other flavours just play a supporting role.
This juice tastes better after about 2 weeks of steeping, but it’s not too bad on the shake ‘n’ vape side of things.
Please mix it up and leave some feedback. ✌️
This is a mix I made up for #DAYTIMEFRANKREVIEWS - Sunday mixin in the kitchen show . The Irish cream, and coffee combine to create the main profile for this mix. The meringue, whip cream and coconut add some fluffy mouth feel and create a sweet top note. The hazelnut, brown sugar and are the base notes. The vodka gives you that slight dryness on the exhale similar to what to the finish of a dry martini cocktail.
As with actual vodka this does not add a flavor to your profile - it add a dryness and extends the length of the finish on your exhale - which is a nice contrast to the sweet creaminess on the front end.