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Coffee ice cream base with chocolate and peanut butter throughout. Honeycomb is used to sweeten and bring out Reese like notes from the peanut butter. Australian chocolate added to darken chocolate notes slightly and bring them more forward as the Chocolate Peanut butter milk is mainly PB to me. WF Cap adds a light coffee note added with the LB Vanilla ice cream to make the ice cream base
We were doing coffees on SaturDIY'ing with Fresh03 & Friends and I've been working on fruity coffees for a friend so I figured I would tackle a raspberry latte first. This one is a winner, it turned out lovely and you can vary the darkness of the coffee without hurting the raspberry or the latte.
INW Raspberry/FLV Red Raspberry = my usual raspberry maneuver. It tastes like the real fruit and it holds its own.
WF Brazilian Coffee = it's a gorgeous coffee flavor and the only one that I actually like. You can start at 0.25% and go up to 1% depending on how you like it, but beware it grows the longer it steeps.
OOO Creamy Milky Undertone/WF Smooth Cappuccino Cream = The latte and the froth, smooth and creamy. This will start quite milky and then steep into quite the coffee latte after a week and more.
OOO Marshmallow (Vanilla)/LB Vanilla Ice Cream = They're there for the mouthfeel, the buttery thickness and a touch of vanilla in your coffee.
You can absolutely shake and vape this recipe, but it will grow into more and more of a coffee vape the longer you let it steep.
Enjoy, be queer & vape on !
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To me this is very much a Frappe or a Frozen Cappuccino.
If you would like a bit stronger of a Coffee Flavor you can add 1-3 drops max to 30ml of FA- Coffee / Espresso to push the coffee out more from the creams. Made a 2nd batch and added 1 drop to 30ml and it still turned out nice and smooth with more pronounced coffee flavor.
I have tried several Coffee Flavors and mixed 100 mixes (of my own as well as others recipes) and have not found a true, but smooth coffee flavor. WF has out done themselves with the Smooth Cappuccino Cream. It is the perfect coffee flavor IMO. It is def coffee but it is sweet, creamy and so smooth. To me it is border line cappuccino and a medium to mild roasted coffee. I added the FLV Biscotti to this one at 0.5% because I think it has more of a deep bitter coffee flavor than a bakery flavor. I'm not even 100% sure what a Biscotti is supposed to taste like honestly lol. But at this % in this mix it blends so well with the WF SCC and helps keep the coffee flavor from being lost in the creams. I added WF VIC for the Vanilla as well as the rich Creaminess I get from it. It is another awesome new WF flavor that I am loving. and the FLV WC and Cream are to help back it up in the creaminess. This has turned out so well. I gave it a hot bath uncapped for about an hour capped it shook it good again and let it cool then gave it a go. It was delicious , the second day it was a little more blended and rounded out but still dang good. If you like smooth creamy and sweet coffee mixes I hope you give this one a mix and let me know what you think..
My husband said this mix is almost a dead ringer for Deja Brew's Cinnamon Coffee just minus the cinnamon note. lol..
This is the only coffee drink that I will actually have as I really don't like coffee at all. White Mocha is lovely and put a dash of cinnamon in it and something magical happens. It's my Starbucks secret for you. I like even better in coconut milk.
This is really milky but very little coffee, so if you want more just increase WF Brazilian Coffee up to 0.75% or more to your taste.
Notes and details of this mix will be added shortly.
Enjoy, be queer & vape on.
Some mornings move too fast for my morning cup, So instead I have my morning bottle. This recipe is recommended for a dripper. Make no mistake, this is for you if you're the type of chick (erm I mean dude) that frequents coffee shops.
Add sweetener if you like your java really sweet. WF & FA Caramel provide the level I'm satisfied with.
Additionally you can add .15% of FLV Irish Cream for a more bold coffee flavor, but it's not absolutely necessary.