Flavor Profile: additive bakery vanilla
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The typical fruit circles cereal vape with my own twist on it. I use to vape tfa fruit circles with forest mix alone for months. So after making many recipes from other mixers on here I decided to try and start making my own enough of making others and step my game up. On a snv it's pretty good but I think it can get better for sure.
Pavlova is a dessert named after the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova. It is a meringue dessert with a crisp crust and soft, light inside, usually topped with fruit and whipped cream. The dessert is believed to have been created in honour of the dancer either during or after one of her tours to Australia and New Zealand in the 1920s The nationality of its creator has been a source of argument between the two nations for many years. The dessert is a popular dish and an important part of the national cuisine of both Australia and New Zealand, and with its simple recipe, is frequently served during celebratory and holiday meals.
FA Meringue - FA is just my favorite meringue as I think it has more texture of the crispy outershell and is easy to work with. It provides the foundation of the mix along with Banana cream and the Toasted marshmallow
TPA Banana cream - provided a little more of the whipped cream volume along with a slight banana back note I wanted , with out adding an additional banana flavor
TPA Toasted Marshmallow - adds more texture for the for the meringue
Double Kiwi , juicy strawberry and Forrest fruit provide the fruit topping - FA juicy strawberry is a sweetened fresh strawberry for me and will stand up to the cream in the front of the mix. The Forrest fruit provides for some of the darker berry base notes I wanted. Double Kiwi adds that sugar sweeted fruit note that will be present through front and back of the vape.
Lemon Sicily - is an additive to help add more juiciness to the fruit and helps the fruit notes pop out from the cream.
vanilla whipped cream - provides the cream that is part of the actual recipe and adds some vanilla that is present but not over the top and helps to blend the mix together
Being a lover of chocolates and being Canadian I thought what the hell and try a Chocolate Moose, Yes you can say Mousse but it's a Canadian thing I guess..
I added the Custard as a vape creamer to add the depth the vape needs and the Toasted Marshmallow to give that out doors campfire taste.. Brought to you by a Canadian to the world to enjoy my madness of CHOCOLATE.
3 to 5 days steep should do it since I only used a little custard.
Tipsy is blend of "Coconut Rum Cake and Bread Pudding covered with a nice warm toasty glaze"
Vanilla cupcake and Vanilla pudding make an amazing cake base that provides all the butter notes and vanilla notes to create a Tortuga rum cake. The combination of FA Jamaican Rum, FLV Bourbon and FLV Sweet Coconut provides the delicious Malibu Rum note in this mix. Bread pudding is creamy and warm and thick and that's where the crème brûlée comes in to add all those creamy eggy notes with hints of toasted topping. I helped out the sweetness and added extra cream and toasted notes with a bit of toasted marshmallow.. Marzipan is a big player here don't be fooled by its small percentage it is used to tie in the coconut, the cream and the booze into one final delicious creamy boozy desert blend.
Brulee My Bread Pudding
Dripping or in a tank, it's definitely a creme brulee bread pudding. It's a warm caramelized doughy pastry covered in a sweet custard sauce. This is an excellent vape with a cup of coffee in the morning or after dinner as a dessert. On inhale you get more of a creamy doughy flavor. On the exhale you taste the caramelized sugars and spices.
Cinnamon Bun (DF) 1% / Sweet Dough (FLV) .5%:
The cinnamon bun and sweet dough make up the bread pudding portion of this recipe. Sweet dough is a light doughy flavor. It makes up the backbone of the bread pudding. The Cinnamon bun portion adds the spices and stickiness you would expect from a bread pudding.
Creme Brulee (INW) 1%:
This is an excellent brulee flavor. It's slightly eggy, thick, and has a sweet caramelization to it.
Vanilla Cream (DF) 2% / Toasted Marshmallow (TPA) 0.75%:
The vanilla cream and toasted marshmallow help to combine the bread pudding and creme brulee. Since the bread pudding tends to overpower the caramelized sugar a bit in the brulee, the toasted marshmallow is being used to back it up a bit. The vanilla cream is more like an ice cream flavor. Its a custard which helps boost that element in the creme brulee. I recommend steeping that flavor at least a week for it to really shine.
I tried this at shake and vape and immediately loved it. I have noticed a lot of improvement as it steeps. The vanilla cream is starting to add a nice hint of vanilla and brings balance to the overall mix.
Faerie Maize is my attempt to recreate the sensation I got from my favorite eliquid, Faerie Wings, by RNR Vapors. They went out of business last year and the juice is no longer available.
The original Faerie Wings was a "Rich Taro & Coconut Medley Blended With Creamy Milk Tea". It's hard to put your finger on the exact reason why this juice was so good. It was rich and starchy, like a solid bakery custard, with a floating whisper of coconut in the background, like a delicate faerie wing.
I tried a plethora of different juices, searching for that combination of rich and delicate, but nothing even came close. The taros were all too tangy, the custards were all too sweet, and the bakeries were all focused on other elements in the recipe.
The first time I tried the retail version of Terkish Maize, I hated it. It was so sweet that everything else about the profile was drowned out. Still, I knew there had to be a good juice in there, so I started experimenting.
I mixed it 50/50 with an unflavored base, and the flavor profile started to emerge. It had that rich custard feel to it, and I thought it would be a good base for the other elements. I used Inawera Biscuit to strengthen the bakery effect imparted by the corn, then I added TPA Taro and Coconut Candy to weave in the rest.
I vaped this creation until the 120ml bottle was gone. It was simply fantastic. I was about to make another batch when I saw these recipes by TooTall and ActionRalph, so I decided to try my hand at an all DIY version first.
This is my first attempt at a first attempt. I'm actually really happy with it. I would love to get some feedback on this if anyone has any suggestions to make it better.
*Note: This is the first time I've shared an adapted recipe on All The Flavors. I tried to do all the licenses, links, and credits correctly, but if I did anything wrong or left anything out, please let me know so I can fix it. Thanks!
During last months i have been experimenting with tobacco flavors that i have in my stash(and i really have a lot),which are not very popular amongst tobacco mixers.The results of these experiments are sometimes good and sometimes they end up in the sink.When i think that something is good enough to go on public,i upload it.The only reason i upload these tobacco mixes is only one;i don't really care if they become popular or whatever,at the end mixing is just one of my hobbies.But,for what is worth,a public recipe with these flavors might be a good start for someone for further experiments and more good results.
FA's Shade is a good tobacco aroma,slightly sweet and really smooth.mixes well with cigar aromas and also gives that necessary cigarette-like note.INW's Sunset Virginia is a tobacco aroma that has a slight walnut note and a little of dark chocolate.TFA's Toasted Marshmallow adds sweetness,but also gives a toasted accent and a thick mouthfeel.INW's shisha vanilla doesn't really need any introduction,it mixes really well with desserts,bakery,tobaccos,you name it.one of the best vanillas out there
Enjoy and experiment!