Here's a new recipe that I'm working on. Reddit link will have all the notes, as usual.
My take on a Hawaiian Punch.
The in initial recipe had 1% apple 3% guava and i felt that it was REALLY close but a little heavy on the guava, and i know sweet guava chills out after a day or two but i wanted a bit more apple in there and a little less guava so i adjusted.
My first adjustment bumped blood orange to 3% and it was a little too citrusy in that take so i took it back to 2.5%.
Let me know what y'all think!!
You can shake n vape this but as with all things a few days really gives this a boost
This is a Graham Cracker Cereal and Milk.
For the cereal/graham layer i went with a combination of FW graham cracker at 2% for a nice amount of body from the cracker and backed it up with CAP graham cracker for a little bit of the cinnamon cracker note and just to round out the "graham". With CAP Cereal 27 to bend it towards a cereal and some FLV toffee to add some nuance at .5% really helps the graham cracker out.
I used a layer for the milk as suggested to me by Jennifer Winstead and since i trust her x1000 i used her suggestions for a good "cereal milk" and added my graham cereal layer to it.
"Leave the Peach Cobbler in the kitchen alone," mother would say, going upstairs.
But i couldn't help myself. I sneaked in and watched him. Watched him make his stupid little peach shoes, taunting...
"Nobody's going to wear those, " I'd say. "They're stupid. "
But on he worked.
This is a V2 recipe. I dropped the ice creams to focus on the dessert, and changed CAP sweet mango 2% to JF Honey Peach at 2%. (V1 is on ELR as well as Deux.)
Wf peach pie n cream plays the biggest role here at 7%. Back that up for depth with the JF and the FLV apple filling at 1.6% to really push that sticky pie filling, and add some spice.
I really love the mix of FLV granola and rich cinnamon at .4% and .2%, respectively, but i know some find .2 rich cinnamon strong so i tuned it back and .15% is just fine with the apple filling in there as well.
Wf bavarian cream for a nice deep vanilla note to round things off.
I'd give this at least a week, mostly for apple filling to do its work.
I wanted to capture as much of a peaceful morning as I could in one go. Coffee, some sweet tobacco, something just a little nutty, and enough maple to really hammer home the morning time nature of the whole endeavor.
VT Caffe Latte is impressively functional for coffee to start, and doesn't need a whole lot of help there. It doesn't read as though there's as much milk here as a Latte would imply, but that's perfectly alright in this instance.
FLV Tatanka and FLV Red Burley are an unreasonably complementary pairing in my opinion. The sort of well rounded tobacco base you can build in a lot of different directions. it's a little sweet and has enough body to it that it doesn't get buried in everything else going on here.
TFA Pralines and Cream is adding some nuttiness, some body, and a little more sweetness
TFA Maple syrup is the icing on the cake here to me. It is just the concentrated flavor of the major brand "maple flavored syrup"s, the little bit here goes a long way to make sure this mix doesn't get mired in the coffee and tobacco's lack of sweetness and adds just enough maple to come through and make things a little more interesting.
cannoli with a K . 😉 i used JOKER as our main note with a hint of cannoli shell for some authenticity and the cheesecake , sweet cream , and cream cheese icing is our filling along with some chocolate chips by using mike chocolate by jungle flavors . Then to top it off with some powder sugar dusting ... Please rate and enjoy.
Vanilla ice cream with a crunchy deep fried shell.
This is definitely a nod to the @Enyawreklaw recipe... It's just a rejiggle of his fantastic recipe with a lil influence from @BigCloud... Hope y'all like it... It's no SnV. But after I tried it today @ day ten I think it's on its way to being a winner! If you mix it let me know what you think... And always, STAY SAFE & more importantly... KEEP MIXING!!👊😊
This is my first attempt at a clone/remix. I've tried this next to the original in identical setups and they are pretty close. My version is a little more forward with the blueberry, but I like it that way. While I don't believe LB Greek Yogurt is is in the original, it's what I had on hand and it does the job nicely. FW Yogurt is was an obvious choice and FW Blueberry is king. To add the granola in this parfait recipe I used CAP Cereal 27. Off the shake it is good but after about a week, it really comes together. I chose not to use sweetener (it really doesn't need it) but feel free to add to taste.