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On the inhale you get a touch of dark sweet strawberry that transitions to the sweet maple cornflakes note and ends with a bit of the tart note from the sweet currant. The custard gives it some body and fills in middle and adds some volume and mouth feel . Tried on a reload S at 70 watts with a alien coil @.16 . really solid at 3 days , flavors settle even more and round out a bit by day 5
cereal 27 it is the best corn flake cereal out there but is a bit darker then actual corn flake and needs a little help with "corn" - so 1 drop of FA corn can do that . Corn grows a bit so 1 drop / 30 ml is really all I needed, but wait a day or so before fore you add more to your liking - or use a 10% dilution
The pie base is mix of pie crust and sugar cookie - ooo pie crust is the closest I have found to actual flaky dry pie crust, sugar cookie adds some buttery body to the crust that I find is needed and like the way it works with the custard
Maple syrup by fa is a solid maple and I really enjoy it; but some do not, if you are not a fan of maple feel free to add more golden syrup. I do find the maple syrup will fade a touch so try as is but you may end up wanting more
Red currant adds some brightness to the strawberry that works in this application .
I like this SWEET so I added .30 of cap super sweet - but the golden syrup and maple syrup really do add a nice amount a sweetner
VT Red Bean is VT Red Soft Candy
Monte Carlo biscuits are an Australian sweet biscuit that have been manufactured since 1926 by Arnott's Biscuits Holdings.
Each biscuit comprises two biscuit layers sandwiching a creamy filling, while many such biscuits are moulded to a design, both sides of the Monte Carlo biscuit are rough. The biscuit layers have a mild taste of golden syrup, honey and coconut, and the cream layer consists of a vanilla flavoured cream filling surrounded by a thin toffee-like coating of raspberry jam.
If you want coconut, add 0.4% vt desiccated coconut. You could use INW biscuit which has enough coconut in it for my liking but kept this one all VT.
This recipe is fucking do you delicious BUT is still a work in progress ! It is so close to the real thing there’s just something that it’s missing . If anyone wants to help clone this mix it up and give me some ideas in the comments ! Or mix it up any ways because it dose indeed taste very good . MAMASAN eliquid’s describes this juice as A (Golden graham cracker mixed with delicious milk ) Now here are some flavor notes/ How i put this Remix/Clone together . i’m using (TPA) Bavarian cream for a thick but not too creamy milk . And then i used (CAP) Graham cracker because i get a slight cinnamon note from the original Graham slam and because i can’t think of any other graham cracker i could be but it works well so far . Now i’m using (VT) Golden syrup and (VT) honeycomb to give the mix a thick honey type flavor but also because i do get a thick syrupy like note in the original graham slam . I have used (OOO) Pie crust to give the graham cracker more of a “ authentic “ graham cracker , But also because (OOO) Pie crust has a honey like note and smell to it. So If ANYBODY has any ideas of how we can get this remix/clone to taste even more like the original let me know in the comments . The original juice also has this certain note to the honey that i just can’t put my finger on it , And if we can get that down we’re GOLDEN . Don’t be scared to play around with the percentages either this is just a good START to this clone/remix . Much love keep mixing!!
Okaaaaay, Cornflake Tart :)
Short crust pastry base, mixed berry jam topped with golden syrup doused cornflakes.
FA Apple pie provides the pastry, VTA raspberry jam is the main component towards the jam, being bent by the Saskatoon and jammy berry to a more “mixed” berry jam although still heavy on the raspberry. CAP cereal 27 alone is not enough to class as cornflakes and needed help so FA corn, again at a 10% dilution can work wonders in a recipe if you sparingly and correctly... golden syrup is self explanatory and sweetener is subjective so drop it out if you wish.
If you like this recipe and what I do then please rate and review ❤️
ATF does not have FA corn 10% dilution in the database
Profile: Black tea with lemon and a dash of honey
So I wanted to make an asian inspired tea!
I equipped myself with FLV Eisai and FA Black Tea for the base of the tea - I feel they each bring components that truly go very well for an asian style tea.
For my fruits I might have taken the slightly safe and maybe obvious choice using lemon, but to accomplish my mission to make this tasty, it just couldn't be different.
CAP Lemon Lime just has a flavor that goes well in beverages. I see it mostly for sodas, but in my head it would fit perfect for a tea as well. To make the tea more fluent and combat the dryness FA Black Tea brings, I figured FLV Lemonade would play a good supporting role in the mix, both for flavor and texture.
I hadn't actually planned on adding honey into this, but I felt I needed something sweet to dance both with the dark flavor tea has and the citrus. I looked over what I had in my stash. Considered this and and that, but fell on VT Golden Syrup.
I discovered that when you combine VT Golden Syrup and FLV Eisai, it gives off a very nice lightly floral and almost fresh off of the beehive honey taste, in addition to the accent of green tea. Very delicious!
FLV Eisai brings some nice earthy and floral flavors to this mix, that to me makes this very authentic.
INW Cactus is there to make everything just a little more juicy and nice.
This flavor tastes exactly like the brand "Oishi Black Lemon tea" which is an asian tea - just without all the sugar.
Let it steep for a few days - 2-3 I'd say. Works alright as SnV, but the tea is a tad too strong at that point.
I hope you'll enjoy this mix!
My personal take on the beautifully humble “egg custard tart”. Needs Atleast 7 days to steep and allow everything to mellow out. Sweetener is down to Personal preference.i myself use 0.25% CAP SUPER SWEET. Please leave your thoughts on this mix so that others like you can decide whether they want to mix&try themselves. 🙂
Creme Brulee Cookie, Cannoli Shell create a spicy cannoli shell and a bit of Hazelnut added for more crunch.
Mascarpone Cream & Vanilla Cream Extra creates the creamy, but not too cheesy filling. If you done have VCE try subbing no Cap Vanilla Whipped Cream or VT Vanilla Buttercream Frosting. Haven’t tried subbing MC, but Cap NY Cheesecake might work.
Golden Syrup brings it all together and adds a sticky sweetness like a nice stack of pancakes without the maple flavor. If you don’t have GS you might try OOO Powdered Sugar at 1%. This would make it totally different recipe, but still tasty.
Shisha Strawberry & Red Touch worked best here for me, but you can use any combination of strawberries that may suite you better.
Good as a shake and vape, but really comes together nicely after a few days.
A refreshing summer time mix with a slight twist that is great right of the shake.
On the inhale you get a bright sweet tangerine that transitions to a juicy sweet and tart pink grapefruit that finishes with a slightly dry tonic tartness and light sweet basil note . ( DONT let the basil scare you - if you are looking for something different and like mint and fruit, you may like this)
Honey pomelo is just my favorite pink grapefruit , it is wet and sweet and tart - if you want it tarter add some inw grapefruit, or pink guava or cap grapefruit to it
Golden syrup adds a light dark syrup note and cap super sweet adds a top note sweetness for for the citrus
Tangeriene adds some nice rounded sweetness and body to the mix, if you want a bit more citrus bitterness then FA tanger wound be an option
tonic water is just that it is tonic water, with that tart slightly bitter note on the finish and works really well with the sweet lemon and lime notes of the WF lemon lime soda
I Use basil from time to time rather then mint in a beverage/ cocktail to add an interesting sweet herbal note to a mix that complements fruit and it just works - it may not be for every one but I really enjoy it and room note it provides BUT USE it LOW
i added some ws 23 to mine as a option
They're elegant, with a pair of dainty ginger cookies sandwiched around a refreshing lemon creme. With the first bite, it's hard to register anything but crunch but then, as the crumbs dissolve across your tongue, there's a lovely hint of ginger, followed by golden syrup, maple and a burst of fresh lemon creaminess.
This is the "Ginger Lemon Cream" experience.
Inspired by another recipe I saw and drawn in by this delectable profile, I knew I had to try to create my version of this.
Being a little fussy, I enjoy a gingerbread cookie that has a firm outer edge and a soft body of the cookie. This is why I chose to combine Capella Gingerbread (has a softer Gingerbread mouthfeel) &
Flavorah Gingersnap (has a firmer mouthfeel).
I added INW Lemon Cake to assist not only with the body of the cookie as well but also for the lovely lemon note.
The icing had to include Loranne's Cream Cheese Icing not only for it's lovely texture but also for that slight fresh lemon note it brings. It is well assisted with Vape Trains Vanilla Cream Frosting for more volume of the filling which has worked really well here.
To sweeten and add a little depth to the flavour I added Vape Train's Golden Syrup which really compliments the cookie here beautifully.
Great off the shake & even better in 3-4 days.
This is easily all day vapable to me and not only a wonderful balance of flavour but 100% delicious.
IMO this is a very pleasant and enjoyable vape on a single coil RDA at 60W with a SST single coil at 0.2 ohm
Steep Time 5 Days for best results.
I hope you enjoy this just as much as I enjoyed creating this little recipe, but let me know what you thought in the comments below.
Seriously if you like a solid recipe that works give it a go!
Cheers for reading this far, now go and get mixing!
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