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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.
This is a Rich Chocolate Pudding with light Bourbon Notes. Great Mouthfeel Dense Vape. We can all have an off camera Zippy Moment with this one!!
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VT CHOCOLATE MOUSSE - This is one of my favorite chocolate concentrates sadly it cannot be used in every application but it still ranks very high for me. This concentrate brings a medium to dark chocolate flavor but the greatest part about this n es it actually taste fluffy and airy like a mouthfull of chocolate whipped cream.
VT FRENCH VANILLA ICE CREAM - This adds a much needed vanilla note and creaminess to the base of this recipe as well as adding to the overall mouthfeel
FLAVORAH VANILLA PUDDING - Not much else to say about this one that hasn't been said. Light vanilla pudding texture and creaminess. great mouthfeel as well as a blender to combine the ingredients in the recipe for a uniform taste through out.
WONDER FLAVORS BOURBON - For me this concentrate taste and smells like Jack Daniels - It is pretty well balanced in flavor profile. There really isnt a total bourbon flavoring out there for me but this one would be in the combo to achieve it . The Flavor has a slight alcohol note and some of the oaky flavor needed in a bourbon. it is missing that burn you get from drinking a bourbon by the shot.
VAPE TRAIN BOURBON - This concentrate has more of the alcohol note you need to do a bourbon right. It is still light on the woodsy notes needed in a bourbon but again would be part of a combo if trying to make a good bourbon vape. I think i could relate this concentrate to maybe a Makers Mark type of flavor.
These two together give a nice Bourbon NOTE ON THE EXHALE of the vape and doesn't hide the Chocolate Puddin'.
made for fresh03 Saturday show highlighting Wf flapper pie - which is a thick almost custard like filling with some meringue topping and a darker bakery graham finish . This is an incredibly versatile flavor that just works with so many mixes . You can use simply to fill in the middle of mix and add body and pull flavors together. I would not say it emulsifies flavors but does seem to smooth out edges
This mix is a full sweet cream on the inhale that transitions to a caramel chocolate filling and ends with a darker chocolate crust on the finish https://youtu.be/TAatuB5k4mw
Tested on a reload RDA at 65 watts with a .16 alien coil
The WF Flapper pie pulls this whole mix together by providing the primary thick cream base with some darker graham notes.
The combination of WF Butter pecan pie and VT Chocolate Mousse work really well to create the thick sweet caramel chocolate center
WF chocolate crust and FLV cream cookies create the dark Oreo like cookie crust ( NOTE if you have real flavors cookie and cream you can sub that for FLV I actually prefer it but now that the real flavors will only be sold in Canada I did not want to use it )
This is a sweet mix but if you want to add sweetener I would recommend .5 of FLv sweetness
Thanks to staybert and everyone on the diy_ejuice Discord for their help and support.
This recipe started out as an experiment with FLV Creme de Menthe. After SFTing it I wanted to make a recipe that tasted like Andes mints. Then, I got some VT flavors, and after SFTing them decided to try using them to get the missing cream and chocolate.
This recipe will taste pretty boozy and not too pleasant for the first few days after you mix it. It's pleasant by three days and comes together a bit more after a week - the harshness of the mint fades away over time.
A creamy dark chocolate with a light cinnamon and orange note made for fresh 03 Saturday show. The mix is based of this recipe
NOTE if you like a sweeter hot chocolate feel free to add .5 of CAP super sweet