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This one is based on ooooNaSuGamisoooo's Vanilla Cream Wafer wafer stone, but with a different filling. I really liked the vanilla wafer, and while I was working on a strawberry yoghurt recipe I thought why not combine them?
The wafer: WF Crispy Wafer SC + WF Sugar Cone SC + INW Biscuit. This stone is based on a slightly higher than usual percent of WF Crispy Wafer, which gives a thin and really crispy wafer. Adding WF Sugar Cone SC makes the wafer a little bit fluffier, while still mantaining the crispiness, and the INW Biscuit makes the whole wafer stone seem more prominent and robust.
The Yoghurt: Cap Creamy Yogurt + FW Yogurt + VT Sweet Cream is one of my favourite yoghurt combinations, and usually works with most fruit toppings. The low percentages are not able to completely create a nice bodied yoghurt, but for this recipe i kept them low so that the yoghurt doesnt overpower the wafer. VT Yoghurt Drink was added because I find the lemony notes to greatly accompany strawberries, giving a great sweet-n-sour taste.
The Strawberry: I wanted a sweet, slightly artificial strawberry that is incorporated in the yoghurt, and not a topping. For these reasons I picked the TPA Strawberry + JF Sweet Strawberry + INW Shisha Strawberry combo, which feels a little "dark" for a strawberry, but is tasty and syropy and worked out great.
Because of the not so bright strawberry combo, a hefty amound of Super Sweet is needed, adjust to taste but I wouldn't reccomend less than 0.4%.
My take on a milk tart
Ok, starting off FA Apple pie lays down the crust, crispy wafer and pudding base adds a buttery richness to that crust. And that’s it for the crust.
Now the filling, everyone knows I’m fond of FA milk but it didn’t fit well here, I needed something with more of a butyric vibe so I chose VTA fresh milk backed up with VTA pudding base it’s a good filling but it wasn’t complete, I added sugar cookie to fill it out and add a touch of vanilla, FA almond is self explanatory and is also helped out by the slight nuttiness of the crispy wafer, the chai masala brings nutmeg amongst a few other spices hidden in the back, because this is a simple profile I find sweetener really helped out the mix as a whole so even though you can drop it out I recommend not to.
I also recommend giving this a week steep to let everything blend and to let the chai masala settle down.
If you like this mix and what I do then please rate and review accordingly 😘
So this is my take on the amazing nilla killa one of my local shops used too carry this flavor and he had a bottle with maybe 20ml left and he gave it too me to try & clone and this is my best version of it and I made it for the owner and he absolutely loved it I made him a 120ml bottle of it and let it steep for a week and gave it too him and he pretty much vaped the whole bottle in 3 days mix it and give it a try guys promise you will love it
I wanted to make a good ass red holiday pie. Rhubarb being the main thought leading into this journey. The other was Game of Thrones. My friend is about 3 episodes away from her world bein rocked and it brought some inspiration to my mixing table lmao
CAP rhubarb sitting comfy at 2.5% is perfect, at 3% it sorta took over the recipe, was very bright. I backed that up with FA raspberry at 1% and CAP sweet currant at 1% originally but i bumped it a smidge to 1.2% play more alongside the rhubarb. Adding in FLV apple filling at .8% to this adds some spice notes as well as a baked apple "vibe" to bring the other fruits all together into more of a cooked pie filling. I kept it low because of the addition of rich cinnamon and granola, and didn't want this bogged down by spices either.
The "pie crust" here is made from a combination of WF sugar cone and WF crispy wafer. I wanted something sweet but light and "crunchy", and 2% CW backing up 2.4% SC really blends into this delicious sweet sort of wafer-cone cookie addition.
FLV granola at .4% and FLV rich cinnamon at .2% add the cumbly crust on top. A cinnamony baked oat addition that really adds to the recipe.
2.4% tpa vanilla bean ic, 3% lb vanilla ice cream and 1% fresh cream are an optional "a la mode", does not need to be in the recipe, but creams things up and adds another dimention if you'd like.
I used 1% flv sweetener in this.
I recommend a 1 week steep for everything to calm and blend together perfectly. But it is vapeable after a day.
Love y'all! Hope you enjoy this :)
I DID NOT USE LA CHOCOLATE! I USED LA CHOCOLATE NATURAL!
If anyone has tackled a peanut butter profile, you know how difficult this can be because of the lack of really good peanut butter flavorings. Most are dry, too "peanut" and not enough "butter", and lacking in saturation. I took it a step further and added a chocolate, another hard profile(I must like the punishment). But after many batches, I believe this to be a fairly accurate mix. Do I think it's perfect? No, but I'll let you be the judge of that.
Lets start with the chocolate - First off, I DID NOT use LA Chocolate, I used LA Chocolate Natural, it's very different than LA Chocolate, so please don't substitute. All The Flavors does not have LA Chocolate Natural in their data base. I discovered this flavor on my quest for the best chocolate. This flavoring has a "real" chocolate vibe that seems to emulate a chocolate bar. It feels like a chocolate coating that you would have on a Reese Cup or chocolate bar. For this reason I chose this as my chocolate layer. I've used it from .5% - 2% but higher than 2% you start to get a very slight off note from it but not as bad as other chocolates. With any chocolate you need something to sell the profile because most are dry and "cocoa-like". Although LA Chocolate Natural has very little of this, it does need a "fatty" creamy note to make the chocolate believable. WF White Chocolate (Milky Cream) does this very nicely and it also gives the peanut butter note that creaminess that most peanut butter flavorings lack. This flavoring kills 2 birds with 1 stone.
Now the peanut butter - What can I say except I wish we had a better one. That being said, TPA DX Peanut Butter is the most accurate, best peanut butter we have. I tried bolstering TPA DX Peanut Butter with HS peanut Butter, and while it's a decent flavoring, it gave it too much of a "peanut skin" note. This seems to be a problem with most peanuts or peanut butters. I also tried FLV peanut butter, which in my opinion is the second best peanut butter, but it has such a dryness and off note that just didn't work. So, I focused on getting the creaminess and "caramel" notes right with the addition of the WF White Chocolate(Milky Cream) and FW Butter Pecan. The FW Butter Pecan adds the caramel and slight creaminess or smoothness that I needed to balance the peanut butter.
The cookie - WF Crispy Wafer was always on my list for this profile. It is the most accurate note for the type of wafer I was going for. The only problem was that it was too light. I tried pumping it up to around 5% but it began to make the mix very dry and throaty. I decided to try and lift the wafer note by adding FLV Graham Cracker at 1%, and it did lift the wafer up, but seemed too dark for a "wafer". So, I decided to brighten or "wafferize"(I know that's not a word) the graham cracker. I added CAP Sugar Cookie at a mere .5%, just enough to bring a brightness to the graham cracker.
I added .75% Cap Super Sweet to the mix because the real desert is sweet, but feel free to adjust it to your preference.
Do I think this is a perfect mix,...no, but given the flavors we have to work with, it's pretty damn tasty.
If you have trouble finding LA Chocolate Natural, you can find it at diyvaporsuppy.com. If you're outside of the US, You can look here for International retailers, https://www.lorannoils.com/medias/International%20Retailers%20and%20Distributors%202018.pdf
This is not a shake and vape! This mix is a bit throaty off the shake so please let it steep. It needs a week steep, but 2 weeks is suggested.
I hope you will mix, comment, and or rate, it make us all better mixers. :)
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Unless you’re a pepper taster who can’t vape TFA White Chocolate, there was nothing wrong with @ExclusiveGirl’s Green Tea Kit Kat recipe from October 2016. It was a great idea, well-crafted from the best ingredients at the time. But at the time was more than two years ago. We’ve got better tools for this job now. FE Green Tea is better than TFA (grass) or FA (ass) but it’s still too floral, thankfully we now have FLV Eisai Tea, which tastes much closer to the matcha flavoring in those Green Tea Kit Kats. WF Crispy Wafer also better job than CAP Sugar Cookie in getting that crispy inside. I’ve replaced TFA White Chocolate with a combination of FLV and FW White Chocolates – no more black pepper and a great combination of top and mid-range notes that I'm again stealing from @jbird – and added some sweetness. Earlier versions were missing some creaminess, so I carried over one ingredient from the original recipe, CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream, which fills a small gap in the white chocolate duo.