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This Saturday on SaturDIY'ing with fresh03 and Friends! We were doing Rin's Delicious Cookie! And looking for a cookie that makes me think of Rin, I remembered one of my favorite cookie of all times! It's crisp and peculiar, and sharp but soft in the middle, just like Rin!
Notes to come!
Enjoy, be queer and vape on!
Cécile aka Queer Your Vape
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This recipe is not at all original, it is all based around https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/143364#the_trinity_vanilla_ice_cream_by_eyemakepizza
Well this one started with me asking for free flavor samples in my last order. I was sent WF Molasses, and it smells soooo good!
Anyway, I had just recently tried @eyemakepizza's Trinity Vanilla Ice Cream, (which is AMAZING btw, go try it!) and thought it would be good with some of that Molasses.
Added in some FW Hazelnut for a little bit of nuttiness, and some INW Biscuit for a cone.
WOW!! It tastes amazing! SO good, even after the shake, but I am sure with some steeping it will be even better.
Give it a try, let me know what you think. It is still in progress so always open to suggestions.
Made for Fresh03 Saturday show - we were challenged to make a "Fair - ified" mix and use more then 5 flavors to create a profile (as a tribute to the juice fairy Jennifer Winstead) . I went after a little Debbie's oatmeal cream pie mix with some raisins and light cinnamon . https://youtu.be/2YQHvHRczNs
This was tested at 60 watts on a reaload S - off the shake it is a full body, sweet cream vanilla mix with some light oat notes on the back - as this steeps the bakery notes, and raisin notes will come forward a bit more and fill out
for the cream I wanted that super sweet make your teeth hurt cream filling So FLV frosting, and WF gooeey marshmallow work perfect for that - along with cream filling ad vanilla cream extra for some additional body
Sadly there really is not a solid oatmeal flavor that I have come across - but the combination of oatmeal cookie RF and Oats and cream does have an oat note on the finish The body of the cookie needed to be filled out so Sugar cookie , FA cookie support the body
Baker touch adds some body along with some cinnamon and brown sugar notes
Red dates is a brighter then a cooked raisin so the addition of fig helps to darken it a bit - along with some molasses
A simplified version of this could be achieved with RF Oatmeal cookie, WF Oats and cream, WF buttercream frosting, CAP sugar cookie and LB bakers touch
This has been a very fun recipe to work on, trying to nail down which flavors that would make this authentic, but also translate well in to a vape recipe.
The first thing that had to be done was get the crepe/pancake right. WF Crepe SC was a given choice here, as it has that light and soft dough note, everything you want from a pancake/crepe flavor. By itself it is a bit too light though, especially when you’re throwing a lot of other powerful flavors on top.
I know that @foment_life used CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl in combination with WF SC Crepe in his Breakfast of the Gods recipe, something which is perfect here – as the Crepe needs a bit more dough to stand out, and we also need that cinnamon spice for the filling.
I did experiment a bit with other combinations such as LB Belgian Waffle (which also has a slight cinnamon note), and FLV Rich Cinnamon, but I found none of them to be as good as the WF Crepe/CAP CDS combo, as the cinnamon note should be “just there” to make it as authentic as possible. CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl v2 can be used as sub for the v1, I have tried with both and I honestly don't taste any significant difference.
Next up was trying to find a good flavor to replicate the palm sugar syrup, which is used both for the filling and garnish. WF SC Molasses turned out to be the best choice here, I’m not 100% convinced it’s the most authentic, but it is however by far the most yummy, as it has that brown sugar note that plays great with the coconut. The other flavor I experimented with was VT Golden Syrup, but the caramel note in there makes the recipe way too sweet to enjoy for longer periods of time. I wouldn't recommend trying to sub the molasses, it's very unique, especially how it interacts with the sweet coconut notes.
Third, the coconut BOMB. Look at the picture and you’ll see how coconut heavy this recipe is. The whole filling is just heaps and heaps of grated coconut, so the coconut needs to be a very good tasting main note, and also have a great body to it. This has been by far the toughest part of the recipe, as the very flaky texture is hard to achieve, so you just have to settle for how yummy they are.
My conclusion of this is that you can actually use 2 different combinations, but there is 1 flavor that has to be in there no matter what – FLV Coconut. It’s the only flavor that really has that thick (almost) grated coconut feel to it. It’s extremely potent, so use it with caution. DO NOT KNUCKLE TEST THIS FLAVOR!!!!
The second flavor that I landed on is FA Coconut, I think it also has some of the same qualities as FLV Coconut, it’s a bit flakey but also brings some of a milky note. Together they make a great thick and very yummy coconut flavor.
The third flavor that can be used as a sub for FA Coconut is FLV Sweet Coconut. This is by no means a bad sub at all, and I think some people might even prefer it. I don’t though, because I don’t think it has the same body, so not as authentic. I’d recommend using FLV Sweet Coconut at 1.5% if you plan on subbing.
VT Dessicated Coconut could maybe also be an option for the cocobomb, I'm not sure it would taste better, but maybe more authentic. It is was out of stock on Chefs so no way for me to get it just yet.
Last, I’d say the lime could be left out, but I feel it does precisely the same job as the lime in the real dish – by adding a strong contrasting note it elevates the other flavors. I also think it makes for a much more pleasant vape, as the other flavors can become a bit boring in the longer run. VT Shisha Lime was the best choice as it doesn’t water down the other flavors as much as other limes.
I did also experiment a lot with different dragon fruits, as it’s a common topping to use. I did however realize that I had to scrap that idea, as there was just no way to make this possible as it’s such a “weak” flavor.
So this is a Dr Pepper styled beverage using the spectacular @alfredpudding .007 cola mix https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/121307#007_cola_by_alfredpudding cola base . if you have never made this mix, you should - to date It is one of my favorite mixes. From the minute I tried his mix, I wanted to try and make a Dr Pepper styled mix -
while Dr Pepper may have 23 flavors there are several flavors that I think make it signature : birch/ sarsaparilla, almond/ amaretto/Cherry, cardamon and molasses are the key flavors I wanted to try and pull out
FLv root beer to me is one of the best root beers around and will provide that birch note I am after
FA almond provides that sweet almond extract / amaretto sweetness
WF molasiess is a dark syrup sweetness that works really well with the WF blackcherry jelly bean together I get almost a licorice type cherry note
FA cardamon is not something that you can notice unless you are really looking for it but I do find it adds "something" and you notice it when is it not there on the finish for sure
While this may not be spot on Dr peper for some - I think it is close and am really enjoying it
What does Opulence feel like?
Now you can taste it!
This is "Opulence" !
She's Deep, Rich, Full, Elegant & Opulent!
She is beautiful.
This is a carefully balanced blend of flavours that will have you at hello! It feels like a warm familiar hug.
This recipe is for the discerning and those who appreciate the finest things in life.
This is a smooth balanced symphony of richness carried within a lovely fully aged bourbon enriched custard.
There is finely crafted and contrasted tones from dark honey, a hint of caramelized pear, the finest aged bourbon and more, all developed to work in a thick rich body of delectable dark golden custard.
Spoil your self with "Opulence" today!
*The custard is based around Fresh03's revolutionary stone
of LB Ice-cream & FLV Vanilla Pudding. I tried other ways to create a full bodied custard to support this recipe and they simply fell short.
Steep Time 2-3 weeks +
(like a fine Bourbon this gets smoother & better with time)
Banana Version: Add 4% Molinberry Banana & 2% Wonder Flavors Banana Puree
I hope you enjoy this just as much as I enjoyed creating this recipe, but let me know what you thought in the comments below.
Seriously if you like a solid recipe that works give it a go!
Cheers for reading this far, now go and get mixing!
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This is a tasty dark and rich treacle tart or some people call it a crack pie or maybe even a chess pie. I added golden syrup, molasses, and flv caramel to make it dark and sticky sweet and wanted more of a caramel note so I added tfa caramel original which is a pretty rich tasting caramel. FA apple pie is the perfect flaky pie crust. The gingerbread adds another dimension with just a taste of spice. None of the real treacle tarts or crack pies have gingerbread but I felt like I needed another layer to make it not so flat and pastry zest did not work.
This was created mostly to combine some of my favorite flavors. When I was working on Cap'n Burgundy's First Mate, I discovered the beautiful pairing of FW Graham Cracker and brown sugar. I opted to go to the source, and use WF Molasses in place of TPA Brown Sugar. Then I added some texture to the back of FW Graham Cracker with FA Cookie to prevent the graham cracker taste from becoming overpowering. It was a lot of dry ingredients, so I finally found a place to use CC Devon Cream. Along with that I used FLV Cream and FLV Milk & Honey to achieve a nice textural balance. FA Maple Syrup is used for the maple and to sweeten the recipe overall. FLV Popcorn has a unique textural component that I wanted to use, and it provides a slight hint of caramel and butter in the background.