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Thrown together on Fresh03's "Mixing For Mike" show on 6/12. Addy Tuney's donation to the GoFundMe for VapinTrucker's family earned him the right to command me to create a "Blueberry Jam Butter Biscuit." He clarified that it could be either an American or European biscuit, so I went with the shortbready type cookie interpretation of the word biscuit rather than going all Pillsbury doughboy with it.
This is not bad for at all for a first draft, but I'm going to give it the steep and tweak treatment and come back with an improved version later.
When Tuney said blueberry jam, I immediately knew I wanted to use VT Bilberry Ripe. Easily the best blueberry jam I've tried, much better blueberry jam than VT's own Blueberry Jam, which is absurd. The WF Blueberry Jam might prove to be unnecessary and disappear from the finished version, but I just really liked the way it worked in Rin's Blueberry Cheesecake and wanted to use it. FE Lemon is there because until someone makes a blueberry flavor that pops on its own like blueberry + lemon, you're going to see me adding a little lemon anytime the subject of blueberry comes up. It might be unnecessary here as well, but it's reflex at this point.
Mr. Tuney said butter and WF Cookie Butter was the first thing that came to mind. It's so good. If it turns out that it just makes a more buttery cookie after steeping, rather than giving me a layer of butter under the blueberry, I might have to try something else.
CAP Sugar Cookie is the go-to cookie that I knew would work with the blueberry. I used some WF Shortbread Cookie to crisp it up and make it more shortbread-tasting versus a big soft sugar cookie. Hopefully keeping it fairly low keeps it from being too burnt after a steep, but if the biscuit comes out overcooked, I might have to replace it with something more basic like JF Biscuit.
SSA Ice Cream Vanilla is mostly for a buttery mouthfeel finish, but also because there's never enough vanilla in any biscuit/cookie flavor. Hopefully I haven't overdone it, but if it grows over time, I might have to use less of it in the final version.
A Cranberry & Apple Pie finished with a serving of Vanilla Cream, created for the Fresh From the Kitchen monthly challenge (Fall Recipe)
Tested on a Hussar II Rda with a 2.5mm I.D Ni80 Alien @ 39watts
Off the Shake:
I am getting a heavy apple filling with a slight cranberry & pie base with a hint of cream,
After 3 days it has developed its pie base that is buttery thanks to the Flavor Art Apple Pie & Wonder Flavours Shortbread Cookie, the apple filling and cranberry are both presenting themselves, all the spice notes have settled and are currently offering a good spice note to the Mix. The creams are there but still not as pronounced as I intended.
Tested on a Haku Riviera Single 0.2ohm Alien coil @ 48 watts
FA Apple Pie/ WF Shortbread Cookie are giving me a buttery Pie crust, the fruits are where I want them to be with the right amount of spice, the pear & liquid amber are giving me the stewed fruit texture that I am after. The cream is starting to sit into the tail of the vape as intended, however would still like it to be more prominent.
Day 7: The cream is finally present & playing its role in finishing off the pie.
Day 10: Everything has settled into its place and I am getting a nice buttery dessert pie crust with a stewed apple & cranberry filling with a light amount of spice, finished with a serving of a vanilla cream.
I wanted to vape a plain almond cookie so I came up with this. 7th version.... almond cookie at 4% taste burnt as a shake and vape but after 5 to 7 days it disappears. Shortbread to boost a little bit the cookie part, cookie butter for....the butter. Macadamia nut...trying the boost the almond and add cream. To me molasses at 0.5 act the same as FLV caramel at 0.25....for brown sugar. Enjoy mother truckers!
Just a Vanilla Custard Cream.
This mix is a fun mix of mine.
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Tested @ SXK Skyfall RDA Tri-core Fused Clapton (3*28/40) 0.35Ohm @45 Watt
This is a Butter Pecan Cookie for the Developed Assignment.
Sugar Cookie, Short Bread Cookie and Cookie Butter make up the cookie layer.
Butter Pecan Pie is one of my favorite Butter Pecan flavors and it's purpose is obvious.
I used Crispy Wafer and White Fudge as an attempt to dry out the cookie some for a cooked feel but it didn't really work.
I left them in since to me, the slight cocoa taste and extra sweetness is pleasant. Texture helps as well.
This recipe taste more like Butter Pecan Cookie batter. Probably should have changed the name.
This recipe definitely needs a steep. I think 5 days is good enough for everything to settle. This is a sweet mix, I personally add 0.25% SS but not really needed.
Finger Guns to Developed Crew. You guys are awesome.
Another all WF mix, thanks to the guys at Developed and Wonder Flavours for hosting this awesome challenge that's getting my brain moving. This mix was actually a complete accident, but definitely a happy little accident. I was initially trying to make a shortbread cookie topped with hazelnuts, but wound up tasting really close to a golden oreo profile. So instead of scrapping it I just toned down the nuts, added some ice cream, and badabing badaboom golden oreo milkshake.
Almond Cookie/Shortbread Cookies: The cookie, I've always enjoyed the combo of almond cookie and shortbread cookie.
Hazelnut & Cream: an old school way to achieve that golden oreo frosting flavor, and still holds up. Plus, realistically, you can put this extract in anything and it'll be delicious.
Bavarian Cream: Adds some more depth to the hazelnuts and cream. Also a common ingredient in golden oreo recipes, so yeah it worked.
Vanilla Ice cream: The ice cream in the milkshake.
Vanilla Cream Extra: Everything overall was kind of thin after a week of steeping, so adding this took care of that.
No need for sweetener, its pretty sweet as is.
Overall % was 12.25 so I bumped hazelnuts and cream down to 2.75% just for Nachef.
MaxSavage was craving some milk and cookies, so how could we not give him what he wanted. However, in DEVELOPED fashion, we wanted to give it a twist; cookies drowned in milk. Like when you dunk the cookie in milk and you have to chase it before it breaks in half. Well, it's not quite that accurate, but we did manage to make a wonderful delight...Milk with Cookie Crumbles! It's best to let this steep for about a week to let the milk settle down, but it can be vaped off the shake if you want that full milk "slap". See the full Episode and flavor notes at https://youtu.be/2kkoFqfOE7Q .
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VT Cinnamon Donut|WF Cinnamon Pastry - Cinnamon part of Cinnamon Roll.
WF Glazed Donut|VT Croissant|WF Shortbread Cookies|FA Cookie| JF Yellow Cake- Our Roll's bakery part.
WF Mascarpone Cream Cheese|CAP Ney York Cheesecake - Icing.
Supporting Flavours - CAP Vanilla Custard|TPA Marshmallow|Saline
Pre-Steep this in PG for some days may help the bakery notes be more balanced.
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