Used in 1655 recipes at an average of 2.789%.
This is a Banana, Strawberry, Pear, Edlerflower cocktail recipe based around this recipe here:
The default in this area is "No Description" and it fits. I cannot describe this flavor and I have not met anyone else who can either. I would not presume to compare this recipe to Grack but it does have some of the the same enigmatic flavor and mouthfeel characteristics as that famous juice. The recipe needs a 3 week steep to be at its finest. When it turns gold it is ready to go. It will also work very well with nic up to 12mg, I have not tried it above 12. Would welcome your thoughts.
This my first 1-2-3 recipe. The Virginia Tobacco is a sweet, leafy flavor. I used TPA Pear and FLV Apple Filling to bend it into something else entirely. I wouldn't really say this qualifies as a tobacco recipe. It's more of a rustic and light autumnal fruit mix with a hint of cinnamon. The steeping part is up to you. It works as a shake and vape recipe, but FLV tobaccos are known to get better at the two week mark.
I decided that I wanted to attempt to recreate my favorite Guava juice in a can. This is what I came up with. Neither guava flavor tasted like I wanted on their own so I combined them. I tasted hints of pear in addition to the guava. It also needed to be really juicy so that is where the INW-Cactus and FA-Wine Champagne come in. Alfred Pudding was nice enough to give it a taste test for me and give it his seal of approval. He also created the image for my recipe with his mad Photo Shop skills. You can SNV this but it will get smoother after a few days.
The creamy pear recipe that no one asked for.
As soon as I started mixing I set out to create a clone of Akina Oil by Thick Oil. This is one of my failed attempts at it. I mixed my 3rd 30ml today so I figured I'd share, just in case someone craves pears as much as I do.
If you grew up eating canned pears, like me, cause your dad wasn't around, try this out.
Brown betty a la mode, a caramel apple brown betty pie with vanilla ice cream.
I approached this recipe by layering the profile into the separate components: fruit, pastry, caramel sauce and ice cream. I tried very hard to keep the number of ingredients to a minimum. Perhaps I need a more diverse stash?
Fruit: I wanted a sweet, sticky cooked apple component without it being too bright; I used apple fuji and apple pie together with a touch of pear and dragonfruit to mellow it down.
Pastry: I decided that the notes I wanted for the sweet pastry/crumble could be achieved with sugar cookie and Graham cracker. I used Graham cheesecake to add a sweetness to it, and the wafer in the lucky shot creates a bridge to the next layer.
Caramel sauce: the caramel in the lucky shot is rounded out by english toffee and dulce de leche. I was thinking of a thick, sweet caramel sauce or even custard to this part, which is helped by the Devon cream and custard premium.
Vanilla ice cream: I wanted to get a feeling of a melting scoop of ice cream sat on top of the pie. TPA VBIC does the job very nicely together with the Devon cream and custard. The marshmallow rounds it all out with a rich sweetness.
I am sure that plenty of subs could be made for just as successful a recipe. I would be interested to hear about them.
Give it a mix, steep for at least a week (I would suggest 3 actually) and let me know what you think!
here I am totally going for a green jolly rancher here and inw apple and cap double apple blended very well together too bring that candy note to this and cap green apple hard candy is totally the hard candy in this which makes it perfect for a fall candy flavor seeing as how Halloween is coming up quick so mix this up and you wont be disappointed guys