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"Your task for this month is to make whatever you want, but then pick an additional flavor that typically wouldn’t go with what your base recipe is. "
This was my mission and I chose to accept it.
As a kid my mom used to make me rose milk all the time. Its a great little Indian version of Nesquik syrup. I've really enjoyed my Kheer recipe, but I've also really enjoyed my smoothie recipes which are basically lassi's. So I decided to go all pen pineapple apple pen and UNGH Rose Kheer Lassi. This is basically my Indian version of bubble tea, don't @ me.
For those that do not know kheer is an Indian dessert that is a rice pudding. Generally consisting of rice, milk, cardamom, almond and pistachio. I decided to use the first 3 ingredients. My go to for rice was always FE Sweet Rice, but I decided to switch it up and give the VT Thai Sticky Rice a shot. I gives you a nice sweet cooked rice flavor for the kheer base. The cardamom was easy, its always FA Cardamom. Next up we need the milk this is where the VT Peach Yoghurt comes into play. I don't get much peach from it at all and I get no yoghurt, but what I do get is a rose like flavor with some nice milky creaminess. When told @Zany I was combining VT Peach Yoghurt with Thai Sticky Rice he called me a monster, so that's how I knew I was on the right track for my mission. I added the VT Glazed strawberries for some added pink syrupiness, but its not strong enough to turn the rose flavor into a strawberry. The FLV cream rounds the cream base out. I wanted to add a touch of tart which is where the MB Greek Yogurt comes into play, its not quite as tart as I want it, but I'll get there.
This started with a test. Wanted a strawberry cheesecake, but this time with strawberries way up front.
3 days: Cheesecake had some weird off notes and strawberries were drowning somewhere at the bottom.
7 days: Strawberries took over the mix pushing back the cheesecake. Crust was at place thuogh
14 days: This is the molent where all flavors melt together in a well rounded flavorful recipe with strawberry up front like it was ment to be.
The only change I made was lowering SS to 0.33.
I'll start off by explaining the guava paste or guava cheese layer, more commonly known here in Brazil as "goiabada". Ever since I got into DIY, I dreamed of a good guava concentrate! As it is pretty difficult to get flavorings from various brands down here, my first experience with any type of guava was pretty disappointing, I believe everyone can guess the brand which I'm talking about. Then, my second guava type flavor was Sweet Guava from Capella, I'll be honest here and say that this flavoring is far from what a real pink-centered guava tastes like, it is more of a very light watered down guava juice.
Fast forward to early December 2019 when I got Pink Guava in the mail. As soon as took the cap off and took a whiff, I fell in love with it! I had finally gotten that real, ripe guava smell. One of my favorite parts of the guava is the skin, which brings a tartness that balances so well with the sweet, creamy inside of it, and I gotta say, Pink Guava brings all of this to the table, except for the extreme sweetness that is part of that delicious pink, redish center.
Alright, enough with the small talk, let's get down to business!
WF Banana Pureé/TPA Brown Sugar/VT Glazed Strawberries/FLV Pink Guava/CAP Sweet Guava - All these make the Guava Paste layer, each playing its role here to bring the perfect "goiabada". The banana pureé and glazed strawberries bring both the creaminess and the glazed/jammy feeling of the cooked up guava. The brown sugar here is pretty obvious, contributing to the sweetness as well as the "cooked" sugar. And then comes the beauty of the guavas, pink guava is an almost complete guava and sweet guava does a wonderful job completing it with its inherent sweetness and lighter body.
Ok, after I developed the perfect guava paste layer, I needed the Perfect Cheesecake, and that's where the @Developed team came in and solved all my previous cheesecake attempts. It really is the perfect cheesecake flavor and with the guava paste on top if, I finally nailed my favorite dessert in vape form!
I recommend making a one-shot of this guava paste to use it in other recipes that might call for something of the sort. Corn bread is actually really good with it and I'm working on another recipe to balance both flavors appropriately.
If you read this huge text, I appreciate the time. Now, if you just scrolled down and got down here just to see the recipe, mix this up ASAP and make sure to leave a feedback!
A little twist on a classic profile. Tigers blood. Enjoy let me know what you think.
LB COCONUT MILK - sweet creamy coconut milk flavor. Has a buteric note but steeps our after about ten days.
A creamy cheesecake topped with glazed strawberries. I purposely made this recipe without an emphasis on the crust. This strawberries and cream aims to please.
The cheesecake is New York Cheesecake PUR which is the main cheesecake note. I mixed in some Yes We Cheesecake INW, which richens it up at this % without adding a crust. Strawberry Cheesecake LB is the bridge.
Glazed Strawberries VT adds the glaze and Strawberry Jam thickens up the glaze. Strawberry Sweet JF backs up the strawbwerry glaze.
Give this one a mix. Please don't sub any ingredients to get the true representation of the recipe I spent many iterations on balancing. This includes the sweetener used and by all means, omit it or lower it, if you don't like adding it.
*Steep for at least 5 days for the flavors to come together but if you want it off the shake, it's a go.
This was developed in the Rebirth rda, Jenna rda, and the Intake Dual rta, using various fused clapton N80 coils. Personally, I love this using a larger single coil in the Intake Dual rta using a high resistance coil (0.9 - 1.1 ohm) at 6 volts.
If you have the Intake Dual, try a higher resistance larger diameter single coil and push some higher voltage and you'll be surprised how good that rta is when used this way.
Build low, build high, this recipe is really good either way.
If you do mix this, enjoy and please leave a review and a comment.
For Wendy Vapes DIY session. All of the flavors can be used in other recipes quiet commonly.
A quick and easy Angel food cake! Glazed strawberries is a stand alone flavor, one if the few strawberries capable of being so. Angel cake is a fairly close representation of the actual thing, the coconut custard rounds it out nicely while providing some moisture and filling in with a light vanilla. Whipped cream is whipped cream.
An artificial strawberry that hints at natural wild floral notes without focusing on them. It’s fresh, clean and very different than any other strawberry vape I’ve had. Like all of my endgame recipes, it’s been developed using agile methodologies and improved using several documented iterations. I’ve ensured each flavoring has a specific job to perform and taken into consideration the behavioral properties of the ingredients foster a cohesive relationship, bringing the recipes concept into reality across many different devices, temperatures and atomizer formats.
About the recipe and roles of the ingredients:
1.) Alpine strawberry brings an authentic wild strawberry to the mix.
2.) Glazed strawberries brings a creamy sticky mouthfeel to the middle of the profile.
3.) Sweet strawberry is the main body of the flavor, used at a higher percentage here to fill out the profile.
4.) Strawberry ripe helps the natural wild strawberry brought by alpine while helping the flavors to congeal and for lack of a better term, helps the whole recipe get along and calm the fuck down. .2% alpine is high in my opinion, so this is more of a chemical / behavioral decision that shows a full effect after a few days of steeping.
You could shake and vape this, but you’ll appreciate a little bit of patience to give the strawberry ripe time to enhance and mute some of the edges off of the flavorings involved.
5.) Cool kids use sweetener, I wanted a commercial feel here so I went with super sweet. This is the only acceptable substitutable or optional point in the recipe.
For those of you mixing by volume, stop. Still mixing by volume? One drop of alpine per 30ml. No more. If you accidentally spill a third drop, your recipe is ruined. The shit means business. Even if you’re mixing with a scale, it might be good to just use the drop method. You likely can’t mix this under 30ml because of the concentration of alpine strawberry.
🏷️ A sweet, warm and rich kompot styled beverage with a deep red twist.
Info: Kompot is a syrupy slow stewed, fruity beverage served hot, cold or room temperature. It is a drink made of fruits and / or berries (fresh or dried) or a combination of both.
Top: Dragon Fruit with its smooth and mellow flavor is paired with a dark but vibrant Pomegranate flavor. Together, they are the core this recipe is built upon. To add contrast to these dark red fruits, as well as add a level of brightness; Glazed Strawberry and Strawberry, Sweet (JF) were added. Together these two strawberries make for a fresh, sweet and sticky Strawberry flavor.
Base: To give this warm, thick, and syrupy beverage body and weight - Quince and Pear were added. Quince and Pear, with their fleshy, smooth and dense texture stabilize and soften the tarter mixed fruits in this recipe; adding with them subtle notes of a Rome apple and a sweet cooked Red Bartlett styled pear. These two flavors also compliment the soft pear-like notes I find in the Dragon Fruit.
To finish off this fruity recipe and add a layer of juicy citrus zest, Sweet Orange was added along with a touch of Sweetener – to help complete the sweet beverage profile.
🔹 Created for Mixin Vixens Ep.48: https://youtu.be/U3--UKh_nZ8
Let me start off by saying I've never had Smax Pony on Acid. This is what I imagine the flavor to be like when reading the profile. This is candied strawberries, raspberries, and pineapples mixed with a citrus, vanilla cream.
I'm enjoying this quite a bit fresh . . . it's tart, sweet, and creamy.
America's Horse with No Name has nothing to do with this mix other than the title. If I had to nail down a musical inspiration for this it would be Oh Sees - Smote Reverser