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A luscious & velvety Panna Cotta mizzled with fresh mango.
I set out to create a true Italian Panna Cotta (Italian for "cooked cream") = an Italian dessert of sweetened cream thickened with gelatin.
The (not so) obvious choice here is JF Bavarian Cream which outperforms TFA in this application (by far). Soft, rich, uber creamy with just the right amount of vanilla is the perfect bed to receive the sweet & abundant mango blessing. TPA Sweet cream lifts the Bavarian cream by boosting the creaminess with finesse. CAP Sweet Cream can simply not compete in this race and unceremoniously dethroned
Holy Vanilla, used relatively high, adds the ultimate vanilla flavor here and provides a delicate sweetness & creaminess to the Panna Cotta.
FE Mango has been my favorite mango this year and shows its full colors here. Full, juicy & ripe mango goodness... I have encountered NO evidence of the 'myth' of the fading FE Mango and not sure who started this nonsense. I have a reference SF test batch dating back to January and it has shown negligible fading. The flavor is (still) on point and, even after 5 months, still (far) better than any of its rivals.
A touch of Papaya adds a bit of intrigue and keeps the mango profile from being linear and, vitally, assists with balancing the sweetness.
As creams go, this baby needs a good 7 days to fully develop.
This is a collaboration recipe, there are so many people that worked on this recipe - from our viewers to the TFV team, I just want to thank everyone involved. Here are the related videos:
This category was voted in by the people of Mixologist South Africa https://www.facebook.com/groups/519767141748186/ - we set out on a journey to create something unique with a tropical twist - and in this recipe, the team feels it has been achieved.
This is a perfectly blended tropical mango and pink guava juice, fused with sweet lychee and a touch of papaya, giving you a succulent juicy tropical explosion in your mouth hole.
The hero's being FE Mango & FLV Pink Guava. Initially you get a full on mango hit, followed by a sweet and lightly syrupy Litchi with a nice thick guava exhale - the Marshmallow helps with the mouthfeel of course. The element that was added to spin this whole concept into tropical realness was TFA Papaya - which puts a nice twist in the recipe.
In short - "Tropical realness in your mouthole"
Sweeten and cool to taste, we recommend 0.3% FW Sweetener & 0.5% ws23 (20% Dilution)
Profile: Papaya and cherimoya curd topped with pistachio
So I did a hangout with @Alfredpudding and I may have told him, that WF Cherimoya SC smells like fart. That may have made him a little upset and when @MaxSavage heard that, he may have gone a little upset too. So I promised them, to make something with WF Cherimoya SC.
My initial try had Cherimoya at 3% blended with 1% WF Passionfruit and FLV Milk & Honey at 1.25% - and then the rest of this recipe, minus the TFA Papaya.
That was NOT a hit and tasted really weird. The taste I get from Cherimoya is that it's sort of sweet, but right there at the back-end, it has this sort of hops flavor to it. That just didn't go well with either passionfruit nor milk & honey.
To tame the back-end flavor of hops a little, but to still keep it in, I dropped Cherimoya to 1.25% and added in TFA Papaya at 1.5%, as I felt it would fit with the exotic thing I was after - and boy did that do the trick!
The pistachio does a nice little dance with both the cherimoya and papaya giving it a little sweet nutty twist. FLV Sweet Coconut joins the dance, and it's a straight rave of flavors!
The cream binds it all together and makes so very delicious, smooth and round.
You can rip into this right off the bat! Want it more creamy, give it a day or 2.
Feel free to mix, taste, review and enjoy!
This is a very bright, fruity mix. Reminiscent of a nice Juicy Mango.
Extremely delicious off the shake. I can't put it down to let it steep.
You can easily pick out each flavor layer, BUT! It also tastes like a single mango mix.
Very intriguing to say the least!
If you like Mango, you will definitely like this.
Give it a mix and enjoy! You won't be disappointed.
Inspired by the recipe of the same name by MixinVixens. First off, I didn’t have the same ingredients for the most part, so I subbed my own. Secondly, I made some changes and introduced flavorah wild melon. The original recipe suggests 2% super sweet which is obviously excessive, but I tried it at 1% and was pleasantly surprised. It’s great.
Shake and vape but there’s a lot of flavoring there. It settles down and blooms around the one week mark.
A delicious mango & papaya blend celebrating the magnificence of FE Mango.
I have been searching for 'the' mango for the last 3 years to no avail... To achieve an authentic, fresh, perfectly ripe mango in DIY was was virtually impossible. Until now...
Along came FE Mango and restored my faith in the search for the e-liquid mango kingdom's holy grail...the humble mango.
FE Mango is the quintessential mango flavour to date and I predict that it will become the go-to mango very, very soon. It perfectly encapsulates the very best a fresh, ripe & luscious mango to be with zero, zip, zilch, nada room for improvement. The is the epitome of mango. Period.
At 4%, this is pure heaven and easily a solo ADV. I added a splash of TFA Papaya and a smidgen of Peach to create a mango forward melange of fresh, ripe fruit. The peach adds a slight peachiness without messing with our hero and keeps things nice and moist.
I adore the inherent bitterness of Papaya, which perfectly balances the sweetness of the mango, whist adding to the mouthfeel with results in a thick, full vaping experience.
Give this baby 2 days or so to settle and be prepared to be transported to your ultimate oral glee...
Now I understand, you'll look at this recipie, and think, whoa thats alot of flavours....
Each one has its own place to create the perfet fruit tea blend, with an extremely subtle mint feel.
It all started with a wonderful cuppa tea from a coffee house here in the uk. Primary ingredients being Apple, Papaya, Mint Leaves and Rose Petals.
The Tea smelt and tasted so good, I recreated it in a Vapable form.
HLQ Black Tea is Chefs Fab MIx Black Tea
If you have the concentrates to mix it up, let me know what you think.
A delicious union of perfectly ripe tropical fruits.
This recipe is a homage to a fantastic blend available from the leading concentrate supplier in my neck of the woods. The owner has been vaping this for years and has never divulged the recipe to a living soul. After numerous requests, he finally released a one shot called Malao for the rest of society to experience this delicious combination. This is my interpretation of a remarkable juice.
The king of Papaya's at 3% is our hero in this tropical medley and marries beautifully with the rest of the fusion. It brings a delectable creamy mouth feel with the unmistakable, slightly bitter, true papaya flavour.
Cap Sweet Mango
At 3%, we get none of the over-ripe mango notes often associated with Cap Sweet Mango. Used low, the inherent bitter notes compliment the Papaya perfectly and adds a credible mango profile.
TPA Peach (Juicy)
As the name suggests, this ripe, succulent peach adds sweetness and juiciness to our mix and is a key component to liven up the aforementioned fruits.
This cantaloupe completes our melange and harmonises the 3 main flavours into a complex tropical masterpiece. I fell in love with this cantaloupe the first time I mixed up Canary Coulis and find it to be more true compared to the other, more popular options.
FA Marshmallow adds a touch of sweetness and amalgamates the fruits to prevent a linear taste experience.
This baby is fabulous off the shake but shines after 3 days.