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Flavor Profile: custard vanilla
Used in 4489 recipes at an average of 3.258%.
I been grooving on Liquid Barn's White Chocolate Peppermint as a single flavor since it came out for the holiday. It is really, really good. Got bored and threw this one together and have been alternating it into my rotation of bored mixes.
This recipe is a bit thick, LB White Chocolate Peppermint is not the strongest of flavorings. Going the lazy route with the VBIC / Meringue combo :)
Enjoy. Just a tasty thick easy recipe. I shake and vape, it of course gets better over time.
Been craving a good chocolate mint vape? Mix this one up for a refreshing start to your day, Or a minty treat after meals.
This is the first good chocolate mix I've managed to nail down.
Good as a shake and vape but better after a few days when things settle down and mesh together better.
TFA Double Chocolate Clear, HS Chocolate Cream, FLV Milk Chocolate, FLV Milk & Honey
As Bubbles would probably say: "Holy fuck boys! That's a lot of chocolate!" It appears to be at first glance indeed, But I found this specific combination of chocolates play well off each other to avoid dryness, harshness, coil gunking and the dreaded burnt taste.
LA Creme De Menthe
I usually prefer FW's version, But I've been trying to steer clear of using their flavorings as of late. FW would probably work here if you have it, I just haven't tested it.
Added to enhance the "cool" feeling. Koolada could easily be substituted.
Added for texture and sweetness. Plays very well with chocolate.
TFA Vanilla Bean Ice Cream
Cream and vanilla for the mix. At this ratio the ice cream aspect is rather drowned out, But plays along with vanilla swirl to give the mix some density with some light vanilla.
TFA Vanilla Swirl
As stated previously, It plays with TFA VBIC to bring density to the mix, And also to assist in amalgamation.
Rose milk by Diy or Die was hands down the best S&C that I tried and I knew after my first 30ml concentrate was gone as fast as I got it...I had to try and nail this down. This is very close in profile IMO and If you like S&C, try this and you won't be disappointed. Feel free to swap the TPA Strawberry with Straw Ripe for a brighter version that's just as good. I also must stress you try the original for yourself... Enjoy!
Blood orange & Coconut Ice Cream
RF SC Blood Orange is a very realistic blood orange, not to sweet and full of flavors and is the main profile in this mix
RF SC Coconut really contributes to this mix, i added 1% to give this ice cream mix an exotic taste while it bridges nicely the Ice Creams combination i used.
RF SC Vanilla Ice Cream ( STILL NOT IN THIS FLAVOR DATABASE!) and TPA VBIC are the ice cream foundation mellowed and sweetened with a touch of FA marshmallow .
What you get after a decent steep (5 to 7 days) is a very rich and mellow blood orange flavored, ice cream vape, complex enough to satisfy all orange and ice cream lovers out there.
inhale: fruity and fresh blood orange with a soft coconut aroma.
exhale: the real deal, a soft creamy and fruity combinations of all the ingredients
1 drop Super Sweet per 15ml
Enjoy this very tasteful vape.
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Another blind attempt at one of Grimmgreen's juices. This is based on Rainbow Sherbet in the Dark. This will definitely undergo some tweaking in the future, but it's good as is too. In the current format the Lime and Ice Cream base are too dominant. Since I made this I had the original, and that is more orange dominant with what tastes like FW blood orange.
The gelato is in this just for the eggy flavor it brings which I like. It will probably be dropped because the meringue should carry the egg white/sugar needs.
A lightly caramelized Apple and Peach combo with sweet ice cream on the side.
I find these 2 peaches combine to give a nice rounded flavour paired with fuji is a really nice profile. There is no caramel flavours in this as none of the ones i have seemed to fit as i didn't want a candy style, just melted sugar in butter, so i went with the butterscotch ripple as i feel this has a caramel flavour at low percentages, plus it helps with the creaminess of the vbic. Apple pie and CDS in low percentages are there just to add a light spice to the fruit. Needing a light alcohol backnote i went with 1 percent kentucky bourbon which for me is just the right amount to give it some warmth ( you may like it a little higher but for me this is perfect )
No sweetener as such, that's what the meringue is for, to give a light sugary sweetness to the fruits.
After a 3 day steep the profile is just what i was aiming for.
Quite a lot of flavours but nothing unusual.
NOTE: Rhubarb used is The Flavour Concentrate Company (TFCC) NOT NF. Sub for whatever your Favourite rhubarb is in an appropriate percentage according to averages/manufacturer.
A classic rhubarb crumble like Granny would make.
Nice tart Rhubarb, toned and sweetened with a touch of strawberry, sitting under a golden buttery crumble and finished with a dollop of vanilla cream.
CAP Sugar Cookie/JF Biscuit/ FA Butter - The perfect components to get a soft buttery crumble flavour with a little crunch. The butter can absolutely be swapped for TFA Butter. JF Biscuit is a softer, more buttery biscuit than it's INW cousin so a better choice in this recipe, though again can be subbed.
TFA Strawberry Ripe/ TFCC Rhubarb: The filling. TFCC Rhubarb is not all that strong in comparison to the well known companies, its best described as perfectly emulating a candied rhubarb sweet flavour. The strawberry helps to fill it out, sweeten and give it more of a stewed texture.
FA Cream Fresh/ TFA VBIC: Make a nice 'dollop' of cream to round the recipe off. VBIC adds just the right amount of creamy vanilla, while the Fresh Cream keeps it light and fluffy.
Add Sweetener to taste. I like 0.25% Super Sweet in this one.
My test subjects and I found it perfectly good to vape after 4 days, though this will vary dependant on the Rhubarb used. Rhubarbs usually need a bit of time to settle down so this is not a shake and vape unfortunately.
Really lovely after 2 weeks.
I will be trying the INW Rhubarb in this when I eventually get it in, and will update if I like it better. Feel free to experiment with the rhubarb, I realise most people are not going to have TFCC version as I've only seen it sold at MakeMyVape in the U.K, but it's the only one I have at the moment that I like.
Simple no-frills base for a fried banana ice cream treat, for the DoD weekend mixing assignment.
TFA Banana cream / FW white chocolate - these two combine to create a sugary cooked banana flavour.
This creates an effect like the natural caramelisation of the sugars in the banana when fried.
Needs a couple of days for this effect to blossom.
VBIC/Meringue - the ice cream base. Meringue adds some nice additional sweetness and texture.
Strawberry Ripe - contributes a jammy quality to the cooked banana and is also used in place of sweetener.
I could see some caramels or nuts (almond, peanut butter, walnut) as well as spices like cinnamon being nice additions to the base.
Butterscotch Custard experiment for a bud. Will update recipe as i progress.
Day 3: First taste. Impression is good, doesnt taste like celery (FW Butterscotch) which was the most important part. Ingredients seems to have mixed well so far. Still waiting for a little more vanilla, will maybe tone down VBIC with 0.5% and increase Holy Vanilla with 0.5%, we'll see how it steeps.
Tips and suggestions are more than welcome ! ! !
This was the first Premiun banana milkshake I had that actually tasted like one. I thought it was amazing at the time. Revisiting it, I decided that the two main flavours were TFA Banana and TFA VBIC, followed by a metric fuck-tonne of sucralose.
Honestly this juice could just be 10% Banana, 4% VBIC and 1% Sucralose. I can't be certain but that would be my guess.
But anyway we can keep the essence of it and tweak/improve it without going overboard with extra flavourings/complications.
TFA Banana is the main note so I used a substantial amount and gave it a little Banana Cream to stop it from being too linear.
TFA VBIC is the main Cream used, smooth and creamy with a vanilla kick. A little TFA Dairy Milk to add to the milkshake and keep it from getting too heavy.
Lastly TFA Cheesecake (GC) just enough to thicken, not enough to turn it to into a malted milk.
And don't forget that Sucralose! Enough to be somewhat sweet, can be dropped a little but it is necessary to capture the essence of the original.
The original reminded me of a McDonalds milkshake, pretty straightforward and linear.
I started this cloning process a couple of months ago, trying to make it too complicated, trying endless combinations and in the end it boiled down to two flavourings really. The extra flavourings just round it out, it is very close to 1-1.
Let me know what you think if you mix it!