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I was trying for a Sour green apple. Cap Green Apple and Inawara White Grapefruit combined gave me a tart apple. I used Double apple to give it a more fleshy apple, and cactus for the juiciness. Didnt get the sour apple but ended up with a pretty good tart apple. Added a bit of sweetener, not much, to round out reality.... hope you enjoy...feedback appreciated
This recipe was built for and tested on an Elder Dragon RDA 2.5 Stapled Clapton .17 ohm, at 65 watts
This recipe was about building flavor notes. I wanted all I could get from the Strawberry Ripe, Then I wanted to lay in Just a Slight note of bananas and a slighter note of chocolate. All done to enhance the Strawberry Ripe note(s) and not break through as side notes. I think you will like it. As a Further Note: At the end of day two the chocolate and banana edge their way into the picture and the exhale of this vape becomes the most delicious strawberry. I have the coconut there for 1- the creamier body effect and 2- it helps keep the other three notes independent of each other so we can taste all three and not an amalgamation or blend of the three.. If you like strawberry I really think you will enjoy this.
This was built for the Developed TFA Challenge. I wanted to create a cooked berry cupcake with a custard icing.
I used the Raspberry, Ripe Strawberry and Blueberry to create a more obscure, cooked berry note - it is richer and evolves in the vape on certain hits you get this bending more strawberry and raspberry. Still playing with this idea. Looking for thoughts on this.
The other part of the recipe - the bakery base. I made solo using Vanilla Custard v2 when I first got it. I have put Vanilla Cupcake and Frosted Donut together before. I threw in a dash of caramel to marry the bakery and fruit with that sugary edge note.
Overall, I am very happy with this, I do wonder if a dash of VBIC or Cheesecake would not cement this all with a little heavier mouth feel. But I wanted to really feature the bakery and not lose it in the cream (fearing it become a berry custard only).
for the developed challange, no steep testing done this is version 1 and im just now mixing this haha but pretty confident may need some adjustments.
Goin for a key lime pie with good mouthfeel
Okay SNV! DEF a key lime pie but made with a fruit loop crust!!! Def needs a chill down on the harsh citrus tones....will reevaluate tomorrow and the next day but my only current thought on any adjustments is mayyybe upping key lime to 3.5% just a smidgent more. But i wanna see how the creams come out first and how the harshness tones down.
This is a good start!!
**V2 i bumped key lime to 3.5 and dropped fruit circles to 3.5 for more balance.
UPDATED...Tpa peanut butter is what I had at hand when this was mixed DX peanut butter would be sufficient if you prefer...........This recipe has been in my flavor stash for a year now just recently mixed this up again substituted
all TPA flavors it's kinda old school but it's tasty and simple if you're into RY4 profiles.. I usually mix all my RY4 recipes @ 65/35 for use with tanks and MTL's any new mixers would have these flavors at hand to give it a try...thanks 😎
This is my entry into the #TPACHALLENGE
First off, I knew when I saw this post that I wanted to use TPA Banana Nut Bread as the main note in my entry. It's one of my favorite flavors that TPA makes. If you've never had it before I strongly recommend you pick it up. It's warm and buttery and a perfectly dense Banana Nut Bread.
I've combined it with TPA Cinnamon Danish Swirl to bump up the spice notes and add to the bakery note of the banana bread, give it a little bit of crispness, Those slightly toasted edges are perfect. I think the two compliment each other really well.
Another of my favorites from TPA is Bavarian Cream. It's sweet and sticky. The mouth feel that it provides is second to none in the BV Cream department.
I've added TPA Vanilla Custard II in really low here. Not for the custard but for the vanilla sweet creamy vanilla note that compliments the BV Cream.
Finally, the recipe needed some sweetness. TPA Sweetener is not my favorite sweetener but it does fine here.
This recipe needs a good steep of 4-5 days.