I am 100% Happy with this mix, this is by far the best Strawberry I have mixed up ever. It is so close to a real sweet and tart Strawberry with a light smooth dipping of White Chocolate. If you are a Strawberry Fan mix 60ml of this one because you will vape it all.. You can adjust sweetness to your liking but at this % you still get that slight tart pucker you get from a real strawberry without it being candy like sweet. Give this one 4 or 5 days steep to let the White Chocolate time to come through a bit otherwise it is ALL STRAWBERRY.
Okay, so here is where the development notes should go. Bad news. There are none. I spit out one idea as a starting point and u/AlfredPudding and I mixed it. The end result was "perfection" as he described it. There's nothing to add, there's nothing to take out. It's a perfect balance of cream, vanilla, butter, and egginess. Imagine eating a spoonful of vanilla ice cream, you swallow it but you still have that delightful leftover flavor of ice cream in your mouth. This is that, it tastes exactly like you just ate a spoonful of ice cream.
LB VIC- Brings the creamy, lighlty eggy, butter notes.
TFA Vanilla Swirl - Brings the vanilla soft serve-esque rich vanilla cream.
HS FVIC - Brings the texture to wrap it up. A little bit of malty vanilla on the tail end.
An explosion of exotic spices & and citrus served shaken, not stirred.
Developed as part of the TFV Layerz series, full video here: https://youtu.be/ggxsvyBEPLM
Based on the early 1900s classic cocktail, the Sideca is a classic cocktail enjoyed the world over. The original recipe calls for equal proportions of lemon juice, Cointreau (orange-flavored liqueur) and Cognac. Modern interpretations include a version with Bourbon instead of rum with a dash of bitters called The Bourbon Sidecar. This version is based on the latter with the exclusion of bourbon.
FLV Back Bar Bitters is a revelation & I can see many recipes spawning from this unique flavour. This a a fantastical, deep bouquet of florals & spices which will add a magical touch to any mix. With hints of cinnamon, orange peel, ginger & cloves, it creates a complex and balanced aromatic & spicy additive.
A touch will make a wonderful spiced cookie, mulled wine and add allure to a boring fruit punch!
I use it sparingly here as I want the orange to shine. 0,5 is plenty but can work at higher %'s if you prefer a more pronounced aromatic kick. The inherent citrus notes compliments the Blood Orange perfectly to create a deep and true orange base.
FLV Blood orange announces itself loud and proud here. Not as bitter as it rivals, this beauty brings a freshness and vibrancy without being sweet nor tangy. A realistic & bold blood orange flavour with just enough zest without being overbearing.
FLV Lemon at 1% brings a refreshing bright & tart lemon to enhance the deep blood orange. Any higher and it will dominate...
An overnight sleep, well shaken, and she is good to go!
Coconut custard and Tobacco... I wanted a tobacco that would be prominent Kentucky blend does a good job at that and Red burley to back it up .The custard is pretty basic my go to Capella v1 and Cap NY cheesecake & Flavorah vanilla pudding purilum super sweet @ .25% just enough to blend everything together. I do have another version of this recipe with FA almond if that's your thing add 1%
This bunny is crushing ass, slamming scotch and going all in just in time for Easter baby. Now that I have that out of my system, I myself don't enjoy many tobacco recipes but I am digging this one more than most i have tried. It is ever so slightly sweet and nutty with stronger notes of vanilla and caramel. Then all brought together with an earthy authentic tobacco finish. If you fancy yourself a tobacco person or just enjoy tobacco recipes then please mix it up and let me know what you think.
An sweet and in your face punch of a grape bubble gum.