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Oh "You Turkey!" why? Why would I take on one of the most difficult and often subjective recipes to try and create in the art of eLiquid creation?
Because I enjoy the challenge!
To me this is almost the Mount Everest of eLiquid recipes to try and create. I've made many, many attempts of this over the years and I have tried some commercial attempts that are out there on the market as well. All of them lacked body and cut the throat. This is why this profile is often unsuccessful IMO.
It's a really difficult profile to balance.
The Turkish Delight (also known as Lokum) is no doubts as subjective as standing up for your Nan's best version of this, as it's a love or hate flavor and has many wide and varied versions.
This version is stripped back to being a base. You can add a little pistachio, almond or even some chocolate to this base recipe and it has held very well.
Flv Pistachio, FA Almond or a combo at low %'s are good or 3% MB Glamour Choc+1 % Cap Double V2 was successful for a 'Fryers' style when I tested this worked well.
Some may want a powdered sugar, I tried the obvious choice of "One on One" PS but it gets kinda lost in this IMO.
The difficultly in making this recipe decent is the harshness from a "Rose" flavoured concentrate and working out how to tame that turkey! lol
Then BOOM! Flavorah releases a "Rose Essence" concentrate, just when I thought this recipe couldn't get any better. After SFT the FLV Rose Essence & getting excited, it soon became apparent that it just wasn't going to find a way to balance here. It's lovely but better served with creams IMHO.
Rose Stone - I discovered the wonderful flavour pairing of INW Plum & Wild Rose and fell in love. It was a balancing act on a tightrope to get the depth of flavour without harshness but I finally got there.
The other challenge for me was to try and a create jelly like flavor that carries throughout the vape, in a way that really complements the effort that went into the "Rose Stone". Marshmallow really assists in the texture, sweetness and body of this vape. However to get that sticky jelly effect proved more difficult. NO other jelly candies would seemingly work here for me and I tried Swedish this & 27 that. Purilum Jelly candy is ok but it is an essential assistant here. The flavour works really well with FA Jack (Pazzo) and the FA Jammy Candy Wizard is just the magic to tie these flavours together to assist the right balance of texture on my pallet.
This is a labor of love, it is my version based on my experience of a lovely Turkish delight.
I hope you enjoy this as much as I have enjoyed the challenge of creating this !
Don't be a Turkey though! Mix it, try it and let me know if this is the best dam Turkish Delight eLiquid you have tasted just as much as I think it is!
I enjoyed creating and testing this recipe on a SST Fused Clapton 0.2 ohm at 60W on a Wotofo Recurve RDA
Seriously if you wanna a solid recipe that works give it a go!
Cheers for reading this far, now go and get mixing!
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Releasing this on my 6 months since last cig anniversary :)
K (my GF) wanted a thick vanilla marshmallow malt\milkshake vape. Very rich. Here is what she likes best. I look forward to mixing this with some updated ingredients, but this is made with all pretty common tools in a mixers arsenal.
Flv cream + Tpa malted milk + tpa sweet cream + fw hazelnut: to set up a nice creamy base with the hazelnut low. Want this to be a real malted milkshake & just wasn't getting it with the malted milk alone.
Vbic because it's a milkshake and you've gotta have some ice cream in there. Chose this particular one, well, because I have too damn much of it & it works.
Vanilla swirl for extra vanilla with some density to it. Oh and it's 😋
The marshmallows because it's a goddamn marshmallow vanilla milkshake.
Because of the creams I highly recommend waiting at least 5 days of steeping, but 7-10 is optimal.
Subs\adjustments: will make this a different recipe, but if you're a pepper taster just sub lb vic.
Edit 5.1.19 Also a small amount of your favorite sweetener really helps this mix. More than 1 drop per 10ml of cap ss there is noticeable muting
Enjoy & Happy Mixing!
Making a v2 with lb vic & flv marshmallow vanilla amongst other ideas... 😀💨💨
Ok first things first, this was inspired by Kittybit8. His version looks damn tasty and we were chatting in the DIYeJuice mixing lab and we came up with 2 versions of this. Here is his version http://alltheflavors.com/recipes/145323#frenchmorningsbynordicflavoursv
So onto the recipe: We have a base of VT croissant, which I haven't seen much about at all. I did see a recipe which combined it with FA cookie to provide some more body to go along with this buttery croissant(http://alltheflavors.com/recipes/131827) and I have to say @Demented76 nailed it. Its the perfect base.
The bilberry is pretty strong berry, so I didn't want it to overpower the blackcurrant. The good news is that both have that syrupy texture to go alone with the fruity goodness. I brought in the TFA marshmallow to sweeten and fluff. Steep at least one full day or the you'll just taste the base. Enjoy!
This recipe starts with a yogurt base. For this we took @EdibleMalfunction yogurt base and cut it in half. It was a bit too strong for this. I was going for a tropical smoothie. Inw Pineapple adds the fresh pineapple and the Cap pineapple give that more canned pineapple taste, combined they are pineapple magic. FA Kiwi just fit and I really wanted a Kiwi Pineapple smoothie. The TPA marshmallow adds a touch of sweetness and fluffs this up to make it a bit more smoothie like. Coconut accent and a light WS-23 really makes the yogurt/smoothie pop. Shout out to @eyemakepizza for encouraging me to mix this and the DIY_eJuice discord to get me mixing more often!