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This recipe delivers the Strawberry some folks have a hard time tasting, Alpine is just one of a kind, Hibiscus added to it bumps it up, maybe to much Strawberry for some, but it's good to me with the added banana and pineapple to calm it down just a little.... If you got the flavors, give it a try, it's a keeper !!
Mixed on Fresh03's Saturday DIY show. I used Zeppola because it's one of my favorite donut flavors and easy to work with. Sweet Cream is a lovely thick cream filling. VTA Glazed Strawberry was used on a whim to add an almost jelly component, but moreso over the top instead of inside. (cream is already inside) Pastry Zest is merely to add the lovely bakery aspects it provides. (powderiness, citrus zest, etc) Apricot was used to boost the strawberry as it was a bit too flat without.
A delicious Belgian Waffle fresh off the griddle layered with Strawberry Jam, delicious creamy cheesecake, and topped with Glazed Strawberries.
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This is a really rich pudding pound cake with a bright sweet strawberry glaze. The banana custard adds a creamy sweet note that is at the end of the inhale and the strawberry pops on the exhale . This was made for Mixin in the kitchen on day time franks channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpzG9vsIgaCUzHVrUMHiV_g
Cake - Pound cake, cake dip and inw cake create the cake base. pound cake is a fantastic butter cake base, with cake batter added for sweetness and frosting. INW lemon cake was added to support the cake body and use the lemon to get the strawberry to really pop up on top, the lemon note fades a good bit and is in the background
banana custard, Strawberry custard - added to provide a pop of bananna and strawberry flavor profile along with a custard. This is not an EGG heavy custard and I would call it more of a thick pastry cream filling ( cause who does not like the straw - nanna combo) - WF banana puree could have been used as well but I wanted to add more of that rich custard base to the cake
Strawberry glaze - VT does jams and glazes really well and this strawberry glaze is just that and works perfectly here
Holy vanilla - is just my favorite vanilla it adds a body and creaminess with a vanilla that sort of settles into a mix depending in the percent you use - inw shisha vanilla could be used as well but is not as deep a vanilla
can shake and vape - and the flavors taste bright and forward with minimal custard notes as the custard notes develop the bright banana and strawberry settle down into a really tasty mix
if you want that commerical sweetness add the sweetener of your choice, although this mix is inherently sweet - sweetener will make the strawberry and banan pop a bit more
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Berry Be Jammin is a full flavored, saturated berry jammy syrup, with light buttery bakery backnotes. This is probably my favorite recipe I've ever created, and I'm happy to share it.
For the strawberry portion of the recipe, I used a combination of 3 flavors. VT Strawberry Glazed is used to add that unique glazed effect and it can't be subbed. INW Shisha Strawberry adds extra syrupy depth and TFA Strawberry adds sweet candy notes.
*I updated this recipe when WF Strawberry Gummy Candy was released. The small amount used really helped the end result. If you don't have it, you can omit it, but I highly recommend this valuable flavor.
To add a darker sweet cooked berry note, FW Wild Berry Cobbler is added to accomplish this. The addition of this flavor keeps you coming back for more, and at 1%, it doesn't take over the recipe. If you have not tried this flavor, it's absolutely delicious and I highly recommend it.
To bring all the flavors together and give it some needed weight, I used FA Vanilla Ice Cream/Gelato.
To thicken up the jam/syrup, a touch of VT Vanilla Buttercream Frosting is used as well as WF Strawberry Gummy Candy.
FA Graham Crust adds a nice subtle buttery banknote, along with the buttercream frosting.
To give this recipe a really nice saturated mouth feel, I used CAP Super Sweet. Initially, I had this at a higher percentage 0.7%, but have now lowered it after vaping thru so much of this. If you're sensitive to sweetness, use FW sucralose instead. Use it at your preferred percentage or omit it.
If your looking for a wonderful after meal vape, look no further. After you try it, don't be surprised if you're reaching for it all day.
This recipe really shines in an RDA. I enjoy it the most in the Recurve RDA and now the Jenna. To fully enjoy what it has to offer, push it with a good amount of heat.
If you do mix this, I would love to hear your feedback. In return, I will mix a recipe of yours, rate it, and give you some honest feedback.
Steep time: Give this 2-3 days to start to develop, but you can definitely give it a go right off the shake. The buttery notes need a good 10 days to become present.
It's delicious and it holds up to long steeps. I've had this in my daily rotation since development, and plan on keeping it that way.
strawberry watermelon syrupy slush with cooling and the slightest touch of mint.
Created by Myself, Nevans.
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NOT A SNV(there's a reason why I changed the recipe name from "S'mich" to "20-Day Steepwich"!! Trust me on this...
NOTES & B.S.:
The OBVIOUS choice for the peanut butter was TFAs. It's just such a great flavor that can be easily overtaken at low percentages. So I cranked that shit WAY up! TFA PB lacks(to me) the roasted peanut flavor I taste in real peanut butter. Enter FLV Peanut Butter and you've got yourself one excellent peanut butter base to build upon.
The result of adding the next 2 flavorings is a thick/creamy, salty peanut butter. Anyone who loves peanut butter vapes knows there is always something lacking. And my mix was no different. My peanut butter definitely needed an additional shove in the right direction. And I found a GREAT use for VT Avocado Cream in the process. The way this concentrate thickened that peanut butter up is nothing short of miraculous! This flavoring is vital to this recipe. It can't be subbed & it can't be omitted. Add to that FW Salted Caramel, and you've got one nicely rounded-out peanut butter. JIF, anyone?
For the strawberry portion of my sandwich, I wanted something a little different. I didn't really want a "jam". I wanted more of a strawberry pie-filling vibe. This nuance is what makes VT Glazed Strawberries a very necessary part of this recipe. It can't be subbed. It can't be omitted. I added to that CAP's Sweet Strawberry for both sweetness and a syrupy quality.
FA Joy=my bread. I'm not a huge user of Joy because I'm one of those people who tastes beer. But if you aren't like me, feel free to crank your Joy up to 0.5-1%.
I didn't add sweetener to my final version, as I found-for me-sweetener killed my peanut butter texture(no matter how low or which sweeteners I used) & killed the "tingly" feeling on my tongue left by the VT Glazed Strawberries. Textures, to me, are what make this recipe unique and memorable. I encourage you to try this 1st without sweeteners(at 20 day's steep of course). If you find you need it? Add it. But don't blame me if your PB texture disappears :)
I've found that around 48 watts, this flavor has a nice balance of where I want it to be in terms of no one flavor taking the lead(0.4 ohm flatwire coil). I kept my airflow 1/4-1/3 open. At around 60 watts, it's more on the salty side. And the peanut butter is more of a salty "peanut" flavor, as opposed to a peanut butter. At 75 watts, the sweetness kicks back in and the strawberry is more dominant. The recipe morphs alot dependent upon what temperature you kick it at. Have fun playing around & finding the setting you want. I found that to be a fun part of vaping it!
FYI: Unsteeped the recommended amount of days, this will taste very weird(VT Glazed Strawberries needs to steep. I can't even describe the wretchedness of this flavor when fresh.). I nearly trashed this whole recipe after I'd tasted it fresh. I felt there was NO way a horrible flavor could steep into how I wanted it to steep. Imagine my shock and surprise when this actually turned out the way I'd intended!!
VG recommended is 75%. This eliquid is meant to be thick and the percentages will stand out even at a high VG like 75%.
As always, I hope you enjoy this. It was quite a tricky recipe to work out. But when I finally settled on the flavors I wanted, the percentages just fell into place.
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