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This recipe is for a friend of mine @Tam Vapes. She has regularly helped me out, mixing and reviewing my recipes in videos and online over the last few years. Tam is a real trooper always willing to help out with various charities and giving up her time on numerous shows like Ohm Grown Alchemy on YouTube.
Jam Scone has a buttery biscuit pastry note with undefined dark berry jam notes. I supported the bakery with some WF Oats & Cream Cookie and used as bridging note with it's light oat flavor and sweet cream.
Tahitian Vanilla Cream has has 38 Four and Half Star rating on ELR . It has a good mouth feel and some malty notes which go well with the oats and some fruity notes pairing well with the added fruits for the jam component.
Jammy Berry is one of Tam's favorites and used here low as it tends to grow over the steep , works well in bakeries and has dark mixed berry notes.
PUR Boysenberry Preserves is a ripe and juicy cooked slightly tart boysenberry jam or pie filling. This is boosted with the highly rated, flavourful, strong and juicy raspberry dominant WF Boysenberry Raspberry.
I do not have FLV Starch Base - I may have to update in the future. You can try 0.3%-0.5% if you fancy a thicker scone.
I hope you enjoy it.
I use an rda, single coil build usually between 1.6 -2.5 ohms and 40-60 Watts usually.
a mix made for Alex Mcanally, known for being in the army and liking green stuff and having a crush on all his vape mates.
Alex Mixanally - a rich vanilla custard pummelled with bourbon whisky and salted caramel then finished off with hazelnut and coconut.
3 different custard-esque concentrates combine to make the base (LB VIC, CAP VC, WF Tahitian) using LB and WF means it is going to steep out a bit quicker although some people may need to give this a few days due to the CAP V1.
VTA salted caramel has been chosen as i find it the least "burnt" of all the salted caramels, well, all the ones that matter anyway... VTA golden syrup helps make that salted caramel a soft set caramel and also plays beautifully with the bourbon.
VTA bourbon used at 2% avoided any smokiness but wasn't as strong as i'd like so i topped up with a smidge of FLV bourbon just to make it present enough but not to overtake everything else.
FA coconut, Self Explanatory... used at 1.5% just to sit behind everything and not be overbearing.
If you like this recipe and what i do then please rate and review accordingly :)