Used in 1711 recipes at an average of 2.461%.
A sweet, tart and floral green tea.
SWEET TEA AND GREEN: brings a wonderful authentic green tea flavor.
HONEY BEE 🐝: for a touch of honey and sweetness
HONEYSUCKLE: adds some body and a floral fruity flavor.
RHUBARB: is rhubarb.
CHERRY BLOSSOM 🌸: adds to the floral part of the honeysuckle
No need for sweetener here. Honey and sweet tea does it perfectly fine.
At these levels, yeah, the guava is gonna terrorize the cherry and pineapple like some politically-misguided Latino thug beloved of naive student types.
Luckily, that situation only lasts about a week longer than a politician's promises, so five or six days after mixing this turns into something much nicer.
note that SA Cerise Griotte should be the cherry listed, but since the database isn't up to date... Also, I would never suggest anyone rape theor own throat with 40% PG - I used PG alternative to keep the juice thin enough to deal with the winter weather, if you mix this in summer I'd suggest 80VG minimum.
Coconut Honeysuckle Ice Cream
MIxers' Club January Entry
This months assignment was to broaden our horizons, chose a profile you have not previously done and develop a recipe. The only profile I haven't touched on, or at least made a concentrated effort towards was Florals.
My original idea was Coconut and Honeysuckle Rice. I was excited by the prospect because it was an outside of the box recipe and rice was another profile I didn't get to mess with. However, this fell flat on it's face. I just could not get it to work together the way I was intending too. My original intention was a dry cooked rice, but FE Sweet Rice just can't do that on its own, it was leaving me with almost Coconut Rice Krispies in cream. I didn't have the flavors to get it to where it needed to be but if I was to revisit that concept, I think VT Rice Base or FLV Starch Base would be a solid step.
At an earlier point in time I was chatting with @isuamadog and he told me about Macapuno Ice Cream. Something I have never heard of. Immediately after the rice fell flat on its face that was the first thing I had thought of. Apothecary Elixirs (RIP) used to make a really damn good Coconut Honeysuckle Ice Cream and after closing up shop there is obviously no way to get it anymore so I decided to attempt my own version. While we were supposed to be outside of our comfort zone and Ice Cream is clearly my comfort zone it felt a little cheaty . However, I wanted to make coconut and honeysuckle happen. And thus Midnight was born.
LB VIC + HS VIC + TFA VS - The obvious. A super creamy slightly malty ice cream base. I was actually extremely surprised at how well the coconut paired up with the ice cream and brought this to a whole new level.
FLV Sweet Coconut and FA Coco'- This is my go to Coconut blend right here. If I'm doing a coconut recipe it will involve these two flavors. I usually start off at a 2:1 ratio and adjust the individual percentages according to the recipe. The combo brings a nice bold coconut flavor with next to no "sunscreen" off note.
FLV Coconut- Like most FLV stuff this one is a powerful flavor. Just a touch of this into the pairing of coconut brings a little bit of a coconut butter to add a bit of thickness to the coconut.
TFA Honeysuckle- Brings a little juicy sweetness in with a subtle floral note to wrap up the mix.
I've made a few minor adjustments to the recipe since the start. Playing with the coconut percentages as well as the honeysuckle. I have not yet, but I want to try and lower the Ice Cream Trinity to see how everything else plays with that. While I don't think lowering the ICT is exactly necessary as the mix is at a pretty good point where it is, I want to try that out just to see what happens. I did try and add some WS23 into it to see how it is cold, and 2 drops to a 15ml absolutely ruined the mix. It mutes basically everything but a bit of Coconut and Cream so that's a no go.
This recipe exists because of Foment_life's spectacular pear trinity, as found in his recipe DAAPled Pears. The combination of FA Pear, TFA Pear, and FA Fuji is hands down the best, most realistic pear I've ever had in vape form. I'll repeat what I said in my review of DAAPled Pears: it is a smooth, sweet, crisp work of art.
I wanted to see what this pear trinity would do in a Placid-esque recipe (I assume everyone is aware of Adirondack's Placid . . .if not look it up). I combined the pear trinity with VT Persian Lime, WF Strawberry Gummy Candy, TFA Honeysuckle, and LA Cheesecake. I wanted a cream presence in this recipe and find LA Cheesecake to be a perfect neutral cream. It has a heavenly aroma and adds a full, creamy mouth-feel to this bright fruit/floral mix. It turns this into a creamy, sherbet-like version of Placid. I could also see this pear trinity working with VT Fizzy Sherbet and/or VT Yoghurt Drink.
Even if you don't mix this . . . please don't sleep on the beauty that Foment_life has created with DAAPled Pears.
A nice tropical grapefruit inhale with a sweet and sour lemon exhale. Honeysuckle mingles throughout and gives this vape a nice floral touch. WS-23 cools it and brings an icy touch. Delicious.
Just started diy a few weeks ago and wanted to try my hand at this. I Enjoy cooking and wanted to see if mixing is similar.
The third flavor concentrate you can get from a website called Mom and Pop Flavor Concentrates. I was told it is like (Cap) Premium Vanilla Custard, but richer, not heavy at all.
You can sub-ohm this mix but I mixed it to be vaped in a RDA. I intended to make an e-liquid custard style mix but wanted it to be light,,, not to weigh down. The Cap sugar cookie helps a lot to bridge the flavors Together. I believe this can be an ADV.
I am squeaky new to this so any advice is welcome ... (Can be shaked and vaped but may get a slight off note on the exhale from the honeysuckle,,, Best after 7 days). The longer,,, the better !!! Peace
I have finally done it. I started DIY 5 years ago and have been trying and trying to create the perfect cookie dough ice cream.
Here it is!!
I have to thank, and give an honourable mention to ID10T for his superb recipe Longing. This gave me the perfect Vanilla Ice Cream. Honeysuckle really does work its magic in this recipe.
Also Wayne Walker, for his more recent attempt of a cookie dough, utilising Flavorah Cookie.
I use TPA VBIC, FA Cream Fresh and TPA Honeysuckle to create a fine ice cream base.
Then with FLV Cookie, FLV Cookie Dough, VT Devon Cream, INW Shisha Vanilla and FW Hazelnut I create a fantastic cookie dough base.
I tried the recipe with just Ethyl Maltol but it lacked the sweetness you get in the cookie dough ice cream.
I then tried it with just Super Sweet, but some bakery notes were lost.
With a small combination of the two, the perfect balance was found.
Do try and give the recipe a good 5 days for all the flavours to combine together and settle.
If you do mix it up, let me know your thoughts below :)