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Our bakery base starts with FW Butter Rum and FA Apple Pie, adding a bit of grain from FW Hazelnut TPA Graham Cracker Clear.
A solid punch of bourbon with TPA Kentucky Bourbon at 2.5% ensures it will stand out after a steep.
A bit of extra sweetness from FW Butter Pecan.
A splash of VT Vanilla Buttercream Frosting to finish it off!
A delicious blackberry Croissant Breakfast dish.
The Croissant VT Croissant and VT Biscuit Base
Berry base: VT Blackberry, VT Shisha Blackcurrant, and VT Warm Custard
Drizzle frosting VT Vanilla Buttercream Frosting
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.
FA Metaphor has a creamy vanilla angel food cake flavor, fluffy and light. I decided against Pandoro.
FA Custard premium - some moisture for the cake and it steeps fast. You could use FA custard if you want but I don't have it and don't know what the lemon notes in it will do to everything else already in here.
FW Lemon Mernigue Pie - I originally had vanilla cupcake but it wasn't behaving too low and its all icing too high and its too much vanilla.
VT Buttercream frosting - you need frosting and this boosts the cupcake icing element.
CAP Butter cream - backs up the buttercream frosting preventing it from being powdery
VT Persian lime - some added tartness
FE Lemon - non-fading and decent in bakeries. A low amount due to lighter lemon notes from Metaphor already present.
VT Vanilla cream - This stuff is just great so it has to be there.
Sweeten to taste/ Vape Wizard etc you can suit yourself here but I use 0.5/0.25.
Releasing this primarily for feedback which is rare. Hope it helps someone at least get an idea.
A cannoli recipe I made for "Mixing in the Kitchen" on Daytime Frank's show. Come watch us every Sunday at 2pm EST on Daytime Franks YouTube channel.