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This is our version of a sticky sweet 7-11 style peach slurpee. If you want it to be extra sticky, increase the CAP Sweet Candy to 1.5%, enjoy ;) . Fulll Development Notes at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=med--5ncOgg .
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Simple. Dry, slightly buttery, shortbread cookies with a big fat drop of chewy, tangy and sweet orange marmalade. Just like grandma used to make.
First, I had the blood orange at 2% and it really took everything over. The cookie base by itself was mostly fine, not that you could taste it through the orange! The FA cookie is almost perfect on it's own for this kind of cookie. It really just needed a touch of vanilla and the inw biscuit brings that slight butteriness.
I had some help from Lil Kittybit on the diy_ejuice discord going over this recipe. He suggested dropping the orange to 0.5% since this particular FA flavor is rather potent. He was absolutely right. He also suggested some kind of thickening for the fruit layers. I already had meringue sitting on the sideline as a maybe here. We agreed that it might do the trick to bring down those bright, sharp orange bits just enough to make it jammy.
Right away: There is a sharp, almost floral -taste- that overpowers everything good about it. The cookie is very very dry. The orange sits completely separate from the cookie.
3 days: You can tell that everything is starting to settle but that perfumy-ness is still there. As the flavors mesh together, the mouth feel becomes a bit thicker and the initial OVER tanginess is becoming smoother almost like the jam melting and becoming that candy drop in the oven.
7 days: Most of the harshness is gone in the 10ml test however the larger, 120ml, batch definately needs more time.
14 days: The initial harshness has melted away. There is still a super light dry cookie on the inhale. The only wetness here is definitely coming from the chewy orange jam on the exhale, which no longer has that sharpness to it. Just smooth and sweet.
Update: I gave it more time and it almost seemed to become harsh all over again. I added a tiny bit of CAP Super Sweet (sucralose) and a drop or 2 of FA MTS Vape Wizard which has smoothed everything out to where it should be.
Update 2: added a tiny bit of wf sc almond cookie and it's perfect now
This is a rich vanilla ice cream with a sweet sticky peach sauce all over it. I took eyemakepizza's delicious ice cream trinity and topped it with my own peach trinity and what you get is a beautiful, sweet, very commercial like recipe that is universally tasty. This will be delicious no matter what you vape it in whether its a tank or a flavor rda, you are golden! Big thanks to Alfred Pudding for working on the peach trinity part with me.
Nectarine apricot and passion fruit are the main notes. Enhanced with Fa orange to brighten the nectarine a little bit of lemon lime for the Sorbet aspect and marzipan for the sweetness. EM serves as an emulsifier and gives you a sweet exhale aspect of sorbet without the sweetness of Sucralose that would turn it into a candy.
Sweetener is optional I would say keep it under 0.5%
Polar Blast and WS23 are optional at around 0.5%
If you want to add cream and keep the integrity of the mix I recommend FA Custard for the creamy lemon notes at 0.75% with Cream Fresh at 0.25%
If you want it deeper add a touch of Brandy at 0.50% to 1.0%