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Who can resist donuts, sprinkled cookies and milk? Why not have all 3! The picture chosen was as close as I could get to what I was thinking of. One look at that picture on the box and I was into making this happen.
Take some under-rated CAP crunchy frosted cookie and sugar cookie combo and coat it with extra buttercream frosting and then infuse it with some light donut flavoring. Dunk these into some creamy milk base of FA milk with VT vanilla cream and add in some sprinkles to start off your morning.
Don't expect this to be crunchy though - lets get real!
This goes great with a coffee by the way.
WF buttercream frosting was used here instead of VT as it is less "hard" . There was enough waxiness coming from the CAP crunchy frosted cookie.
Optional sweetener - try FW Sweetener 2 drops per 15ml should do it.
I use an RDA about 50-60 Watts, 0.2-0.3 Ohms.
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A simple Humbug candy recipe, these are my wifes favourite sweet, I also recently found out that they are also considered a Christmas treat.
Leave for 24hrs for the Candy Cane to lose it's cloudiness and it's ready to vape, this has become my wifes ADV.
Tested on an Asmodus C4 0.28ohm single flapton at 65w and a Wotofo Profile Unity Mesh RTA at 80w
The main mint is provided by FW Candy Cane at 6.5% this gives a strong Peppermint as well as a hard candy like mouthfeel.
VT Vanilla Cream at just 0.5% is enough to add a little vanilla and some cream that I taste from a Humbug.
Finally FLV Marshmallow Vanilla adds a little more vanilla and works with the FW Candy Cane to enhance the mouthfeel a little more to give a nice thick and full mouthfeel just like a mouthfull of a Humbug as well as a slight 'chew' like the centre of a humbug if you are the type that crunches these up.
This is sweet enough without the Super Sweet for me so if you don't use sweetener in your juices feel free to leave off if you have a sweet tooth add it in at 0.25% to boost the sweetness a little for more of sweet tooth satsifying vape.
Everton Mint version of this coming soon
Creamy vanilla pudding cup topped with a mixed red fruit in syrup and topped with crumbles of cookies.
Surprisingly good off the shake and only seems to get better with time. Haven't had much time to steep yet, but I imagine after it stabilizes in a week or two it will be even better than off the shake. But for a creamy vape off the shake this one turned out really well.
Gingerbread frappucino type. Gingerbread note is fairly prominent so you may want to lower to 0.50% if you don't want that. Milkshake and the cream are used for the creamy base. Sugar cookie pairs with the Gingerbread to sweeten it up and smooth it out. Honeycomb is also used to sweeten and enhance the notes in the Gingerbread.
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.
I wanted a slight spearmint note with a sweetened heavy cream. This is my attempt at it, and really my first attempt at making my own recipe period. I really dig this. It is great right off the shake, in fact, I almost prefer it right off the shake as you get a little bit more of the New York Cheesecake. Delicious. It steeps nicely and the mint does fade, but I still find it an enjoyable all day vape.
I wish I could give you more information about why I choose this flavor for this reason, but I'm really not into single flavor tasting. I just used the flavors that I have acquired from research. . . and recipes I've bought for. Watching Noted in particular and listening to what flavors ranked and what they could do brought me to this list for this recipe. I had intended to take the long road and alter percentages and try alternative flavors, but to be honest. . . . I really like this as it stands.
The one thing I can say is that the mint is mild in this. I might bump it up a .25% when I mix it next, but for the most part I think these are spot on for my taste and what I was going for.
If you do indeed try this recipe out, I encourage you to try it as it steeps. The changes in flavor are quite nice and really change from day to day.