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This is more like a variation on an existing recipe,an exercise on how to remake an older recipe using newer flavours,without changing the profile of the original recipe,which is this one https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/122776#almond_macarons_by_nks.The idea was suggested from me in the vape alchemists group and i guess it could be really helpful for new mixers and it could also be a kind of example on how to adjust any recipe depending on your taste buds and your flavour stash
Overall,the recipe doesn't change much,i still enjoy the older version as much as i enjoy the new.
Hello! We have a cheesecake with lemon and vanilla at top ,cheese and cream as a layer and biscuits as base. Our cheesecake we can vape it from day 3 but we gonna taste lemon more and if we steep it more our pastry will come up. Personally i give it a go from day 1 but thats just me. I would suggest to start from day 3-4. Enjoy!
My goal was to recreate a banana cookie with hints of honey and cinnamon that I used to eat as a child. I tried this before with no success because the banana layer just wasn't right because of missing flavors. I nailed this profile as soon as I got some more bananas in my stash.
This is good as a SNV but everything goes into place after a week.
VT Biscuit Base/FA Cookie - these two together bring a perfect crunchy buttery cookie
Bananas - At these % this blends into the cookie base perfectly to create a single unit banana cookie
FA Honey - Just enough to give the needed honey
VT Honeycomb - This helps boost the honey and bring some creaminess into the profile
CAP Cinnamon Sugar - This brings a nice cinnamon without overtaking all the other flavors
FA Vanilla Tahity - This was the chosen vanilla for the mix, it fits perfectly into the cookie and cannot be substituted for any other vanillas
CAP Super Sweet - I actually use my own sucralose dilution that is very similar to super sweet in strength but doesn't contain all the other ingredients found in it. As always, add it to your liking but at 0.25 this brings just enough sweetness to the mix
I have been mixing for around 2 yeas and this is my first contribution to ATF, any input from you on here would be very welcome, good or bad!
Banana, Chocolate and Biscuit Crepe!
This recipe is a little bit complicated, making it harder for me to add a comprehensive explanation about why I picked each ingredient and how they interact with eachother. I ll try to do it at a later time! I just really liked this mix, and wanted to share it :) This one is a steeper, for the first couple of days all you are gonna taste is the bananas and the WF Crepe SC, this is because the Crepe concentrate really likes to overpower everything else. After 5-6 days everything settles.
Episode 87 - I saw a coffee drink, so I went for a gingerbread flavored latte. The Biscuit Base, Gingerbread, Gingerbread extra ginger, and Graham Cracker Clear make up the gingerbread flavor part of the latte. I was not aiming to have it be like eating the cookie stuck in the cup, that's just decoration, I was going for the drink itself. So the cookie flavor is not super distinct as a crunchy cookie. I think if I were going to go for that style I would have added FA cookie, some AP, and possibly some TFA Snickerdoodle. Just suggestions if you would like to try it out with this recipe.
The coffee layer consists of the VT Caffe Latte, and coffee milk froth. TO me the milk froth has no coffee notes in, but it's thick, creamy, and nearly buttery, which does help bridge the cookie flavors into the coffee. The Caffe Latte is not super strong, and competing with the creams and rich cookie flavors, it does need to be up at 4%. It was just enough for me to get a good stout coffee note for both me and my husband when we tested it. If you mix this and find it isn't quite strong enough for coffee notes for you, you could easily bump it up by 0.5% until you reach a point that it works for you. I would imagine most average tasters will be satisfied with the coffee level in this recipe. If you're a little sensitive, like I am it could probably be lowered by 0.5%, as when I tried it at 3.5% level I could taste the coffee well enough, but my husband couldn't taste it over the creams.
The FLV Whipped cream hangs out on the top layers of the profile, caught most at the end of the exhale and slight aftertaste of whipped cream.
I didn't find that it needed sweetener. However if you are someone who likes sweetener adding your preferred level to this recipe should yield good results.
This is a delightful recipe for the cool winter days coming up here in the Northern Hemisphere. If you like coffee and gingerbread you'll enjoy this flavor.
A cookies and cream recipe. It 's a fluffy buttery cookie with a thick cream on top.
The cookie consists of INW Biscuit stone, VT Biscuit Base, WF Brown Sugar Cookie SC and WF Shortbread Cookies SC. The INW Biscuit gives the base of the biscuit with its well-known buttery flavor. The WF Shortbread Cookies provides the very fluffy feel to the cookie, but to balance it out and tighten it a little I added a VT Biscuit Base. Brown Sugar Cookie gives bass to the stone with slightly sweeter notes like black sugar over darker dough (oatmeal - biscuit?).
The cream consists of TPA Bavarian Cream at 2% where it starts and gives caramel notes,, WF Caramel Butter, VT Pudding Base where it acts as a bridge with its biscuit notes, but also rounds the biscuit and cuts the very rough texture. Last but not least, VT Sweet Cream that slightly lightens the creams and spreads them to the recipe. VT Cookies and Cream is the perfect bridge for this kind of recipes.