Flavor Profile: additive bakery candy cereal custard dessert vanilla
Used in 2972 recipes at an average of 1.64%.
Inspired by a post by "Froth" on ECF
I have not tried this, I'm sharing this as I mix it, so please no harsh comments if it's terrible. ;)
When I mixed Froth's idea from the forum it made my day I've been looking for a good earthy pear vape for a while. I added the super sweet, cinnamon, caramel, butterscotch, and the b. ripple.
My adaptation of Shindo's D-Cream, a bangin re-imagined version of Mustard Milk. Basically, Shin came up with the idea to mix up Fuji and VBIC, and I decided to dive in and refine it. So, before anything, shoutsout Shindo for fuckin around and giving me the ideas in this recipe.
FA Fuji / FA Pear / TPA Pear - if you've been paying attention, the combination of FA Pear and TPA Pear creates one of the most accurate and delicious pear notes in the game right now. By itself, it tastes great, but using these two as the support to FA Fuji is nothing short of heavenly. The pears help soften some of the harsh ends of FA Fuji, while also adding some sweetness and depth to it. You don't inherently taste the pear notes here, but they add something special to the fuji. This is gonna be my new go-to when I want to add FA Fuji to recipe as a base note.
TPA Vanilla Bean Ice Cream / HS French Vanilla Ice Cream - another winning combination. Usually, in recipes like this, we see TPA VBIC at a much higher percentage because it gives a decent mouthfeel on the shake and vape, but steeps into something magical. However, in this recipe, the use of HS FVIC in tandem with the TPA Marshmallow, I was able to keep TPA VBIC low. While not only helping to cut out some of that inherent pepper note that some people pick up on, using TPA VBIC at 2.25% keeps it from overpowering the mix after a few days of steeping. The HS FVIC picks up the slack by adding a more authentic vanilla note, some incredible maltiness, and a very rich sweetness.
TPA Marshmallow - I still have an obsession with this concentrate. It can work as an emulsifier, it can be a sweetener, and it can add some real flavour. In this recipe, I'm making it implement all three. The marshmallow is here to help bind the fruits together, act as a boost of sugary sweetness to the creams, and just include a touch of some marshmallow flavour. Not that I'm trying to create any sort of mashmallow flavour profile, but using it as an accent note to the ice cream is just perfect. This flavour can be altered to your own personal liking, but don't push it over 3%, that's where you will start changing this profile into a fruity marshmallow cream. But hey, if that's your thing, go for it.
Steep time - this shit bangs as a shake and vape. However, it will feel separated, and the Fuji will have a much sharper bite to it. Even just an overnight steep helps mellow things out, but let it sit for about 4 days to get a really rich profile. This is the kind of recipe that just keeps getting better over time. But, you know, don't be fucking stupid and steep it for 6 months and then wonder why it tastes like shit.
There we go. Thanks Shindo, you're my prince.
This is my second recipe in my healing stone line of recipes. Now I'm not into healing stones at all, but I'm enjoying making out of the box recipes and profiles so I'm going to continue down this path!
Citrine is a joyful stone with bright energy which lights up many aspects of lives of those who work with it. It has energies of good fortune and good luck, though these may appear in unexpected ways.
Citrine is a fabulous stone to use to combat negative energy of any kind by breaking them up and dissipating them.
Citrine is a happy stone. It can bring happiness to the person who carries or wears it. Because of its removal of negative energy and its own bring positivity, it can relieve depression, self-doubt, anger, and irrational mood swings.
Citrine is used to reduce self-destructive tendencies. Citrine can help overcome emotional traumas and grief that may lead to these emotionally self-destructive issues.
Taking this into consideration I wanted to embody the bright orange/brown color, bright in your face vibe, and sunshine type feeling. I wanted to create a well balanced orange, citrus, fruit vape with some dark and earthy notes. I can taste orange, grape fruit, mango, and apricot all nicely balanced. I used liquid amber and FA carmel together to give is a sweet, earthy, and over ripe note. I used the TFA Quice to bolster everything together and give it a fruity zip. This one took a while to balance out, but I'm thrilled with the result.
/// Tea blend made of a delicious black tea and ripe peach with spicy notes of cinnamon. ///
Notes: The Italian Lemon Sicily links the Black Tea and Juicy Peach with a light citrus note that highlights both flavors. The Butterscotch was the best way to sweeten the mix with that brown sugar / caramel feeling. The cinnamon was the most tricky one because I needed a realistic spice without other notes and I the issue was the harsh feeling of this flavor, what I lighten by using marshmallow and dragonfruit, being this last one the "blender" of the recipe.
I hope you enjoy it and feel free to play with it and give your most honest opinion and suggestions!!
(English is not my mother tongue; please excuse any errors on my part)
A light, fluffy Chantilly cake, with a French Creme centre, topped with berries and a hint of graham.
It's a lot of flavours used, but they all seem to work well together.
JF Yellow Cake, CAP Vanilla Cupcake, TPA Marshmallow and CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream are used as the cake base in this recipe. I find this combination makes for a very light and nice vanilla cake.
CAP French Vanilla and CAP Vanilla Custard adds even more vanilla and gives a creamy texture / mouthfeel.
FA Red Touch and TPA Strawberry Ripe were a no brainer to use as the combination to get a nice strawberry, and the addition of FW Blueberry melds nicely with those strawberries.
Finally I added a touch of TPA Graham Cracker Clear to give a hint of graham, and the TPA Sweetener has an obvious use here. It could potentially go up to 1.5-2%.
I would to hear people's thoughts on this one as it's a recipe I've been wanting to make for a long time, and any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
As a shake / vape its pretty tasty, I except about a 7 day steep to really make this shine.
This is the first recipe of my own that I've deemed worth sharing. Was going for something different but what I ended up with reminds me of the blocks of chocolate fudge that you get at the candy shop. If you're a fan of rich chocolates, this should be pretty damn enjoyable. No idea how long this should steep to reach its final form, I've had it sitting for 3 days and find it delicious.
A Macaron is not a Macaroon.
In this recipe I merged them in a cocoon-like amusement of Cookie (FA), Marzipan (FA) and Coconut (FA), with a sweet raspberry cream inside.
The Raspberry is a layering between CAP and FA, no bridge was necessary here.
I've added a touch of Caramel (FA) to provide more sweet depth delight.
You can shake & vape, however I'd give the macaro(o)n 5 days to develop.
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