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Tied to a set of monthly recipes and a contest to see who's the best flavorist in the bunch. Includes an All The Flavors Pro membership, vendor discounts, rare flavor samples, concentrates by notable mixers and other special offers. Every month, it's something different.
Alright let's start off with the Belgian waffle, at 8% standalone comes out a little harsh, but at 4% very well-balanced and delicious. The perfect base for this recipe.
Butterscotch Ripple- can I say enough good things about this flavoring. No it's fantastic almost to for for words. This recipe in pairs perfectly with the waffle making everything better sugary and delicious along with boosting the creams.
Butter & Vienna cream- true staple flavorings in this recipe thay help smooth everything combining to give you a fantastic cake pop base.
Hazelnut- wall complementing The Nutty flavors in the waffle also helps boost the creams and smooth things out.
Wanted to limit myself to five flavorings for this competition. After the dod competition it seems obvious, we can create banging flavors without using so many different concentrates.
This one is my first attempt at a clone of a "premium" e-liquid. The liquid is called "BA-NA-NAS" by Coil Butter. The profile given for their liquid is as follows: A freshly baked snicker doodle infused with ripe banana. I feel like I have come as close to the actual recipe as I can. Here comes the breakdown:
TFA Banana Cream: This banana is creamy enough to hold it's own against the other flavors in this recipe, while being subdued enough to let those other flavors shine through.
FLV Rich Cinnamon: A user on the DIY or Die Discord chat gave me the idea to make a dilution out of this one. At a 10% dilution in PG, this recipe now sits smoothly into the recipe, and really compliments the cinnamon in the TFA Cinnamon Sugar Cookie.
CAP Sugar Cookie v1: You guys already knew this one was in here. One of my all time favorite flavors, and the absolute best sugar cookie to use as the base in this recipe, IMO.
TFA Cinnamon Sugar Cookie: This gem adds to the cookie base, and has just enough cinnamon back notes to back up the FLV Rich Cinnamon nicely.
TFA Sweetener: Tbh, CAP Super Sweet would have probably fit better in this recipe, but I only had TFA Sweetener. Sue me, lol. The sweetener really brings out the, welll, sweetness of the other components in this mix. It also helps to add to that, er-hem... "premium" feel.
Hope you guys like this recipe. Your constructive feedback is always well appreciated.
This is a banana cream pie recipe with the crust being vanilla waffers. I was basically just using what I had lying around and it turned out very good!!! Let steep 2 or 3 days to bring out the creams but also works as a SAV. I'm very new to mixing and like I said just wanted to come up with something with what I had. If anyone has any suggestions to make this better I'm all ears but damn it's tasty the way it is.
This was created by ingredients in the February awesome box. The LB waffle combined with the JF Biscut are the base of this waffle. Then I smeared on the a dollop of butter which combines with the biscuit to add buttery goodness. Then I stacked on some fresh mixed berries with Forest mix and JF sweet strawberry. Then topped it off with a layer of whipped cream combined with meringue.
As i was testing the NR Vanilla bacco, i tested it with 5% in a 5ml VG, steeped it for around 6 days, the flavor is light and delight.
NR Vanilla Bacco has a light but noticeable sweet tobacco to it, paired with vanilla which is also detectable.
The flavor by its own is nice, but i noticed its a dry flavor as a standalone mix.
This is my first mix to try out, made a 25ml because i know its gonna be a good mix, due to my experience with the RY4 and Shisha Vanilla.
Will let you all know the end result after two weeks and how it taste exactly.
Day 2: This is a certified as SNV mix and its ADV for me. I like tobacco vapes and this an exceptional simple one. If you are a smoker or a tobacco vape lover, try it and you won't regret it and the Vanilla Bacco has a lot of mix potential folks.
Day 3: The RY4 start to pop up and a nice sweet hint of caramel come to the surface, i mainly used it to sweeten up the mix and push the tobacco note up.
Optional %: You can adjust the Vanilla Bacco between 3-6 as you like.
Note: No need for Sweeteners at all, unless you are over sweet lover, Plus although i said its a SNV mix, just give it a 4 to 8 hours before you start and shake it well after the mix guys.