Used in 68 recipes at an average of 1.028%.
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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Blueberry, Blackberry, and Huckleberry blended together into a wonderful creamy yogurt.
This was my first venture into creamy/yogurt vapes. EdibleMalfunction was kind enough to share his yogurt base with me and that was my starting point.
I wanted to do a blend of a bunch of different berries rather than just one or two. So I started with the always wonderful FW Blueberry and FA Bilberry combo. For me this makes a great blueberry that's sweet but not over sweet and candied but not over candied.
I chose TPA Blackberry and TPA Huckleberry to add a depth of sorts to the mix. The blackberry has a nice tart berry flavor that works well with the sweetness of the blueberries. Huckleberry worked wonderfully to work in a nice sweet jammy flavor into the berry blend. These two took a bit of work to get to a good place as they are very strong flavors. My first attempt with the two was at 1% and .75% respectively and they overpowered everything in the mix. Cutting them down to .5% each helped significantly in allowing them to complete the roles I wanted them to without taking away from everything else in the mix.
Lingonberry aka Ikeaberry
If you're not from a Scandinavian country you'll probably only recognize the lingonberry as a sauce paired up with Swedish meatballs at the end of a long journey through Ikea. Fresh Lingonberries, however much they appear to be midget Cranberries, are a unique treat. They're related to both Cranberries and Blueberries but share more similarities with the former in taste and the latter in looks. Lingonberries are, at their core, a sweeter, less tart and slightly bitter Cranberry.
I'll be upfront, this is not the best Cranberry for the job but it does get the job done. At 3-3.5% it creates all the similarities you expect in a Lingonberry without overpowering the necessary and subtle nuances of the other ingredients. Any higher and it becomes too tart and lower and it disappears.
This brings in the Blueberry notes without the musky sock smell and provides some of the bitterness that's lacking in TPA Cranberry.
TPA Raspberry Sweet:
And of course this one brings the sweetness. In this case it brings just enough to make it more palatable than the real thing but not enough to lose the authentic lingonberry flavor.
Heres something I wanted to try out, and actually came out really well. Its a chocolate covered huckleberry, the same kind you buy over priced from "local farmers". Its a pretty straight forward recipe, but the sparkling wine helps cut the huckleberry intensity, and the ice cream helps make the tfa milk chocolate a little smooth. I chose tfa milk chocolate because I didn't want a chocolate that would try to compete with the huckleberry.
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