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Allright boys, this is my legacy recipe. The previous version of this has been improved a lot so I appreciate people giving this one a shot. Since I started mixing I came in wishing there was more clones of popular juices. All of the other clones I have done were much easier than this to pull off. This is the profile that I worked the hardest to achieve, so much time and effort. Good after 7 days, great after 2 weeks and continues to get better afterwards. This is gonna be the last recipe I publish for a while, possibly ever. If anyone has tried the original, I would love to hear your thoughts on how I did.
A coffee-tobacco vape.I tried to keep creams as low as possible,but yet the final mix is quite creamy.I know that a couple of ingredients are not very common,but they worth a try.
Stay at home,stay safe,keep the people around you safe!This storm will soon come to an end and i hope the day after will make us reconsider our priorities and the way we live our lives
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.
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.
The Camellia Grill in New Orleans makes an amazing dessert called a "Freeze".
It's like a sweeter milkshake. It's made with milk, ice cream, ice, simple syrup, and a flavored syrup(chocolate, strawberry, etc).
So the ice and simple syrup provide a distinct flavor that a milkshake doesn't have.
So I give you my approximation of their Double Scoop Chocolate Freeze.