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This is Hisoka. A blue cotton candy ice cream in a waffle cone.
CAP Blue Raspberry Cotton Candy is the star. Giving a blue taste and that spun sugar flavor.
FLV Cotton Candy is for support since it does have a distinct flavor.
VT Vanilla Ice Cream because it isn’t really too much of anything, but does have the buttery body and a very commercial vanilla flavor.
FA Milk to boost the thickness in the mouth and add some dairy.
SSA Crisp Waffle is the cone we’ve all been waiting for. Dark, chewy, and cooked.
WF Sugar Cone is there to brighten and sweeten.
I am sending this with CAP Super Sweet in it because I want to and you need it.
Now, this doesn’t blend fully and I’m happier with that. It holds its layers pretty well. The ice cream is the only things that falls to the bottom, but I didn’t want vanilla ice cream to be the star. I am now back on the goofy flavor train and I hope you all are excited and nervous.
Check out the Mixin Vixens, Sunday 6PM EST. This request was submitted by one of our viewers. In reality, it's just vanilla ice cream with food coloring. Since a plain vanilla ice cream would be rather boring to vape, I took liberty to add flavors based on the colors. Blue Raspberry for the blue, red raspberry for pink and a little lime for the green color. I would recommend a couple of days steep for the lime to meld into the other flavors and smooth out a bit.
This Remix is based on the commercial e-liquid, Pistachio Gelato by Ice Cream Man. Nachef purchased this e-liquid and didn't have a lot of good to say about the e-liquid, but he did like the concept of the profile. So, using his description of what he was tasting, and with the goal of making it better, we came up with this wonderful recipe. It's thick, creamy, eggy, with just the right amount of pistachio. Give it a go, I'm sure you will enjoy this simple, yet flavorful delight! See the full Episode and flavor notes at https://youtu.be/TjJ9csHiMug .
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NOTE- CLOTTED CREAM FUDGE = MILKY CARAMEL FUDGE SUPER AROMA
This is what caramel bandit should have been. I havnt even steeped this yet really. Tried it on a shake and after i gave it a warm bath once it settled.
Milky caramel fudge is amazing in this paired with VT vanilla ice cream which has caramel notes to it works wonders for both.
This is a buttery caramel milk/shake that is enjoyable as a SNV and i can only imagine it gets better with a steep.
Affogato is the Italian word for drowned and this is exactly what this profile simulates. It's a mildly sweet vanilla ice cream, drowned in espresso, and topped with dark chocolate bits. Most Affogato drinks also have a nut added like hazel nut. I didn't add a nut flavor, but by using CAP Double Chocolate V2, it carries with it a generic nut, not necessarily a hazel nut, but similar.
As some of you may know, coffee is very tough to work with. Most coffee flavors have off notes of "burnt popcorn", "scorched coffee", and some even get a "skunk" note from them(ID10T). However, with the arrival of Vape Train flavors, I think they may have hit the mark when it comes to coffees, or at least a few of them.
VT Caffe Latte is an absolutely fabulous creamy coffee flavoring. The aroma is almost a spot on Affogato, but when vaped, it seems a bit underwhelming. It's great, but just a bit weak. VT Coffee Base is exactly the opposite of the VT Caffe Latte. The aroma is shockingly bad. You would never think it would work as a coffee base to build around. But vape it, and it is a rich coffee with no "burnt popcorn", "scorched coffee", or "skunk" off notes. So, by combining these two flavorings it makes for the perfect Affogato base.
The ice cream base I used here might leave some to say "Why didn't he use LB Vanilla Ice Cream?". Well, I did try it. And while I love that flavor, it seemed to not be the right ice cream note for this profile. But, if you don't have VT Vanilla Ice cream, feel free to sub it with LB, but use it around 4%. But I suggest to try it with the VT.
VT Vanilla Cream adds a bit more vanilla and seems to add a kind of "thinned down" ice cream like you would get when pouring hot coffee over an ice cream.
I added FW Sweetener to make it at a sweetness level consistent with an Affogato, but you're welcome to lower or raise it to your liking.
As a finishing note, I would like to say that I normally don't "brag" about my creations, but I have to say that this is probably my best mix I've done lately. But, I'll let you be the judge.
This is not a shake and vape, you need to let this steep for 7 days. If you do try it off the shake, you'll get a lot of vanilla and the coffee may be a bit up front. So, let it steep and I promise, you won't be disappointed....at least I hope you won't.
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