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sherbet is usually made from fruit juice and cream and sometimes some natural fruit swirled into it.
I decided to make a home made version of sherbet.
I combine an artificial blueberry juice notes with crushed natural blueberries and blended into a heavy cream base with hints of vanilla ice cream adding a dash is polar blast gave it a very light chill that doesn’t lend itself to be a menthol but rather a more realistic sherbet experience.
Adding the MTS vape wizard smoothed it all into a cohesive blend and gives a thick mouth feel without having to overly saturate it in creams yet a very smooth vaping experience.
This is primarily blueberries with some rainbow swirls sherbet and hints of cream.
This is my first recipe I made by myself so I’d love some feedback!
There aren’t many recipes with honeydew II. I wanted to exploit HD II’s wispy, watery, body and fill it with a sweet cream and honeysuckle.
I also added cactus to pump up more of the honeydew’s juiciness.
It’s tasty as a shake n vape but comes together more with an overnight steep.
Didn’t notice a difference in flavor after day 2 (only made 15 ml’s and it’s gone by day 4) this is a delicious, sweet honeydew cream!
Sadly the honeysuckle doesn’t come out as much as I wanted, so I’ll be tweaking this recipe more to bring more of honeysuckle’s floral ethereal essence.
Look for version 2 :)
The super sweet is optional
When I found the TPA Blackberry I had to make an Ice Cream Cone and let the Blackberry be STAR of the show it is so good....Sooo Good, if I could find a good Cool that had no flavor I would add a bit to get the Ice in the ice cream....If I find a good one I will add it but this is sooo delicious...Love and Good Health to all...Kim
Smooth, creamy, straight up chocolate milk.
--5 drops (FA) MTS Vape Wizard--
NOT a very good shake n vape as most chocolate based recipes need at least 3 days to sweeten up and meld a bit so trust that it will get better!!
Note I had to substitute VBIC with TPA Vanilla Bean Gelato and it came out fantastic. I know some folks do not care for VBIC.
Using Daves a.k.a. ID10-T's Strawberry trinity and then combining it with one of my favorite light and fluffy "Cream" layers, I've found this recipe works well for people who are partly to severely "Blind" to Strawberries. The (FA) Lemon Sicily @ 0.25% is not present after the recommended steep time, yet aids in bringing the strawberries forward in the mix. The recipe was created and tested on a dual coil RTA @ 0.12 ohms and mod set to TC Mode @ 75watts and 420 degrees F. Recommended Steep is 14-30 days.
This is a Graham Cracker Cereal and Milk.
For the cereal/graham layer i went with a combination of FW graham cracker at 2% for a nice amount of body from the cracker and backed it up with CAP graham cracker for a little bit of the cinnamon cracker note and just to round out the "graham". With CAP Cereal 27 to bend it towards a cereal and some FLV toffee to add some nuance at .5% really helps the graham cracker out.
I used a layer for the milk as suggested to me by Jennifer Winstead and since i trust her x1000 i used her suggestions for a good "cereal milk" and added my graham cereal layer to it.
Strawberry and cream overdone? Maybe but, heres my version. I have spent a very long time messing with strawberrys and creams trying to find the perfect mix without success. Until now!
I already new the strawberries to use together to get the job done. FA Red Touch/JF Sweet Strawberry/INW Shisha Strawberry. There isnt a better combo out there for the best strawberry flavor.
The problem I had was with the creams. I already new that LB Vienna cream was going to be the main cream, I could tell just by the smell of it. Being mainly a fruity flavor ejuice lover I was at a loss as to what would work well together with it. I ended up with the choices I made based on a cooking show I was watching. It was a baking show and these kids were baking cakes and one was using fresh cream and buttercream frosting and I thought, bingo!! I added Sweet Cream to lighten it up with some sweetness and the Buttercream Frosting to add some smoothness to the mix.
At this point I liked the mix but, felt it was missing some texture and body. I wanted a slightly thick bodied cheesecake flavor to it so, in went the Yes, We Cheescake and bang!! Creme De Strawberry was born.
Hope you enjoy. Please leave a review if you decide to mix this up.