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AlfredPudding
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"A mysterious fruit that empowers those who eat it. The flavor is like a dream... a powerful personal experience, yet difficult to describe to others."

I used Hangsen Aloe Vera here, but INW Aloe works or you can just leave that part out altogether.

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.

I made this one for a friend. It is a recreation of the ever popular combination of Nilla wafers and banana pudding. This version is a bit more exciting than the real thing, because I decided to add some eggy Vanilla Custard richness and actual banana to counter TPA Banana Cream.

VT Banana Custard makes up the authentic banana slices, but it's lacking in the custard department. CAP Vanilla Custard fills in for that with some intense richness and thickens the overall profile. TPA Banana Cream brings the artificial Jello banana pudding flavor, but only enough of it to be present. FLV Vanilla Pudding is where the name comes from. It's a pretty solid creamy pudding flavor that works as a blank canvas here. FA Cookie and VT Pudding base are used to give some Nilla Wafer texture to the experience. Lastly, the meringue is used because the reference picture had whipped cream, and I wanted something that would show up more and prevent the recipe from getting wispy.

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This is the result of pitting my least favorite fruit flavor (Grape) against my favorite fruit flavor (Mango). There are two versions of this recipe, one with White Peach at 1%, and the other with FA Apricot (Armenia) at 1%. After gathering some information from test subjects, both need to be included because they're awesome for different reasons. I'm usually not a fan of anything grape flavored, but this makes it work. It is also probably worth a shot if you're not a fan of Mango.

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Ahoy! 'tis me latest collaborative project, 'n I had th' pleasure o' workin' wit' a true gentleman 'n a scholar t' get it nailed down. Cap'n Burgundy 'n I 'ave been tryin' out numerous concepts, from th' enigma o' FA Breakfast Cereals t' th' cereal destroyin' FW Hazelnut. Thar were some moments o' pure joy, 'n some moments o' sheer terror (lookin' at ye Fizzy Sherbet). Let's walk th' plank.

FLV Cream 'n OOO Cream/Milky Undertones make up th' cream base fer th' cereal, 'n aye that's all ye needs. FLV Cream be easily one o' me fav'rit flavors, 'tis an awesome cream that I still can nah describe. OOO Cream/Milky Undertones adds some, ye guessed it, milky undertones t' th' vape without bullyin' th' cereal too much. Movin' onto th' yellow, mouth-destroyin' loot pieces. FA Cookie adds some separation from th' cream base 'n all-around great texture t' th' cereal. Cereal 27 be wha' makes up th' yellow puffed corn bits, 'n gives a general "cereal" quality. Brown Sugar was Cap'n Burgundy's trick, hijacked from Breakfast Bowls #1. It adds some dark sweetness 'n makes th' Captain Crunch mighty tasty.

Now 'tis me time t' shine. When we started this adventure, I was in charge o' findin' a TPA Crunchy Berry Soap substitute. In th' words o' th' cap'n hisself, "I bloodhounded it, 'n when ye try it ye'll say, 'That Alfred sure knows wha' he's doin' wit' his schnozz.'" Forest Fruit be th' answer t' th' crunch berry pieces, 'n wit' some brightenin' from Strawberry (ripe) 'n Super Sweet, it beats TPA Crunchy Berry Cereal by nigh-on half a league.

This my first 1-2-3 recipe. The Virginia Tobacco is a sweet, leafy flavor. I used TPA Pear and FLV Apple Filling to bend it into something else entirely. I wouldn't really say this qualifies as a tobacco recipe. It's more of a rustic and light autumnal fruit mix with a hint of cinnamon. The steeping part is up to you. It works as a shake and vape recipe, but FLV tobaccos are known to get better at the two week mark.

The Mixers' Club topic for September was "Back to School", and this was my submission. I wanted to create a fusion of beer and energy drinks to really capture the quintessence of the theme, and I thought this was finished until I read ID10-T's feedback:

Hop infused rhubarb and dragonfruit energy drink is a crazy profile, but i think this just about gets it done. I’ve got like 1,200 flavors and somehow this recipe has two that I don’t have, Green Goblin and Pink Panther, so I was intrigued to try it. It’s cold but not too cold and I’m not sure it’s something I’d want to taste without it being nicely chilled. The green energy drink flavor was never my favorite but it seems to just mostly fill this all out. My favorite thing about it is that after the hit of coolant and in front of this constant backdrop of green stuff I get a progression of flavors, hops, INW dragonfruit, that nifty sort of rhubarb sweetened with red berry juice. All of them intensify with extended vaping like watching a play and getting to know the cast of characters and caring about them so much that the fact that it’s cold in the theater and the curtain is an unnatural neon sticky sweet green isn’t super distracting anymore.

If I could change one thing about this recipe, it’s that the overall flavor is a touch light to me. Normally I appreciate that in that it won’t wear out my palate but this is such an odd combo that I feel like it ought to be LOUD as well as weird. I only tried it in my favorite RDA so this an untested theory, but I have a feeling that if I put it in a shitty subohm tank with prebuilt coils it would taste like cold sweet nothing. I want this to be something that would be plenty of flavor in that sort of setup. I want my face blasted off with these flavors. I don’t want it overdone and throwing up off notes everywhere, but I do want it pushed right up to the limit, just every flavor in here giving me its all. A crazy bold mix for a crazy bold profile, no feather touch stuff, no more Mr. Nice Guy. If I had bought this as a one-shot mixed it at 12%, I’d try it again at 15%. Might wind up regretting it, but I’d at least give it a shot.

After reading this, I knew he understood the vision. So I went back to work and made this thing aggressive, confusing, and obnoxiously loud.. just like it should be. Some of the nuance and layering was destroyed in the process, but that's not what we're here for. I didn't want to add an excessive amount of neon green "Monster" flavor, so I just added 1% to the original formula. I turned the Fizzy Sherbet up to 4% from 1.25%, which is what really makes this thing fight back. Yakima Hops went from 1.5% to 2% to add some bite. Anything past 1.5% with Pitaya made the thing too floral, so that was as far as I could take it from 1%. Finally, the most difficult thing to figure out was Pink Panther. It really knows how to dominate a mix so I could only take it up to .6% from .5% without getting too weird. It adds just the right amount of rhubarb/red currant without covering up everything else.

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For October's Mixers' Club prompt, I was tasked with revisiting my biggest failure of a recipe and making it work. When I first started mixing, I wanted to create a cola recipe without using any cola flavorings. From what I had gathered they were all pretty lackluster, and I wanted to solve a problem many people were facing. It was a tremendous error in judgement, and I wanted to abandon it completely. If Concrete River didn't make this eloquent challenge, and ID10-T didn't make his decision to conquer his fear, I wouldn't have accomplished a major goal and brought this to life.

Normally I would put a lot of development notes here, and explain why I made the decisions that ended up in the recipe, but I'm not going to do that with this one. I want you to mix it up if you're interested in an awesome cola recipe, and know that I put a lot of effort into it. Another part of the prompt was to explain what I'm doing differently now, which I think could benefit many people. The first major difference in my mixing was brought about by Jennifer Jarvis. I knew early on that she utilized smell quite a bit, but I didn't understand how important it was. I stopped making recipes with percentages and suggestions, and just started following my nose like Toucan Sam. I would try to elaborate, but I wouldn't do it justice. Just go find Jennifer Jarvis and she'll give you some amazing pointers.

Another major difference in my style is the application of vast amounts of information I have gathered. There are so many incredible resources on YouTube, Reddit, and Discord that have made my experience truly awesome. People that are willing to answer any question you can conjure, give suggestions on ways to make an idea work, and provide inspiration for creative new recipes. I'm very thankful for all of them, and I look forward to coming up with countless things for everyone to try.

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After trying out numerous vanilla flavorings (i.e., INW Shisha Vanilla, TPA Vanilla Swirl, FA Madagascar), I was still unhappy with the results. I wanted something to bring some serious depth to the vanilla from FLV Vanilla Pudding, without altering the texture that was already there. FA Bourbon (Vanilla) is an authentic spicy vanilla note that does wonders in this recipe. Pudding does have trace amounts of egg, and FLV Vanilla Pudding wasn't bringing that to the table. So I decided to use INW Custard at a low percentage. I think it blends into the profile enough that you probably wouldn't realize it's there without reading the recipe and adding it yourself.
VT Golden Syrup was here from the very beginning of the process. It is an awesome flavor, and I wanted to use it for adding sweetness and nuance to the pudding. It started out at .5% and kept going up with every variation to the point it sits at now. The flavor is what I imagine happens to sugar used in a pudding recipe while it's cooked. It's not dark enough to be a caramel, but enough to add some delicious complexity to the mix. FLV Sweet Coconut is used to bring out some buttery richness from the profile. FLV Vanilla Pudding is the star of the recipe. When I first tested this flavor I honestly wasn't a big fan. However, after trying it out in other peoples' creations, I came around and embraced it. My opposition was most likely a symptom of expecting only excellence from a fellow pudding, and focusing on the flaws instead of the strengths. This flavor has an outstanding texture, and it is incredibly versatile in bakery and dessert recipes.

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The INW - Yes, We Cheesecake is the best cheesecake flavor available and creates the base for the trinity. Capella - New York Cheesecake is the first support flavor, bringing an additional note of caramelized sugar for the crust, adding some serious creaminess, and opening the bridge to vanilla flavors a bit more. Lastly, the TFA - Cheesecake (Graham Crust) completes the crusty undertone portion of the trinity and adds another hint of dairy. This trio can be used in any capacity to add an authentic and delicious cheesecake profile to a recipe. It's okay in a SNV, but I really suggest waiting about a week for it to come together.

This recipe was inspired by the MixinVixens blueberry ice cream recipes. It utilizes EdibleMalfunction's Holy Trinity of Blueberry. I specifically picked Rin's Blueberry Ice Cream recipe as the inspiration for this, because she mixes at low percentages, and it really demonstrates the versatility of the cheesecake trinity. My favorite ice cream base is a combination of FLV Cream and vanilla, found in both Rin's Recipe and Longing. FLV Cream is a bit hard for me to summarize, other than by saying it's an incredible cream flavor and should be added to everything. Vanilla Swirl is the most common vanilla, with a smooth and unobtrusive vanilla taste and a ridiculous amount of body. FA Bilberry adds an awesome depth and muskiness that helps combat the muting effect of vanilla swirl, and it should always be used at a low percentage if you don't want to end up in Funky Town. FW Blueberry brings the blueberry flavor to the top with a bold somewhat-artificial flavor. TFA Blueberry (Extra) is a natural blueberry that helps tie into the ice cream seamlessly. You can try this with or without the WS-23, it was added because ice cream is cold.

Inspired by Rin's Blueberry Ice Cream

User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 5 months ago
This is my favorite recipe so far, because it demonstrates what is possible with DIY flavor creation. It is a very accurate profile of Cinnamon Toast Crunch with nice touch of sweet, rich milk. The somewhat grainy mouthfeel that is produced by a sizable amount of cinnamon, wheat, and rice, along with the notes of cream and marshmallow really instill this recipe with a sense of nostalgia. The pairing of Cereal 27 and Rice Crunchies gives this recipe a wonderful body that really completes the cereal effect. After steeping for a few days the cinnamon from the Cinnamon Danish Swirl mellows out some which allows for the other flavors to come through more. The most interesting part of this recipe to me is how Pie Crust is used to add a hint of dark, caramelized sugar. I do recommend trying this recipe with a small amount of sweetener added for the cinnamon sugar aspect to come through. Other than that I don't have anything that I would alter about this recipe, it's seriously awesome and I highly suggest that you mix some up if you haven't already.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 4 months ago
I'm enjoying this combination quite a bit. The pink guava and kiwi really work well together, and the dragon fruit adds a lot of brightness. I definitely like it more with some sweetener, as it seemed to bring out more of the kiwi flavor.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 4 Entered: 5 months ago
Bright and clean being the operative words. This strawberry and cream recipe reminds me of milk with a hefty helping of strawberry syrup mixed in. The strawberry flavor is extremely bright, thanks to the dragon fruit. The milky base made from a combination of bavarian cream and cheesecake (graham crust) is very mellow and enjoyable. As some people have said, as this steeps the strawberry does fade a bit. Overall this recipe is extremely well balanced and impressively made from all TPA flavors.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 4 Entered: 5 months ago
As already stated in these reviews, this recipe is really meant to be a SNV. Over time the qualities that lemon sicily and the raspberry/strawberry combination add will fade, and you will be left with a mildly pink LA lemonade. It is a solid recipe though, and the combination of raspberry and strawberry add a great "pink" flavor to the lemonade.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 4 months ago
This recipe is wonderful in its simplicity. It's definitely something you can vape for an extensive amount of time, and not grow tired of it. I tried it with the ice cream combination used in the recipe, and I recommend doing the same. The mild combination of cream and vanilla adds a perfectly pleasant and mellow background to the always delicious combination of bilberry and blueberry. The notes of graham cracker and cheesecake are quite subtle, and do not overpower the rest of the flavors at all.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 4 months ago
This recipe is really something special. Every percentage has been balanced perfectly to bring great qualities to the profile, without adding anything unpleasant or unnecessary. There are no noticeable notes of egg, or bakery elements of a crust or cone. It is a simple and elegant mixture of three things: freshly churned cream, deep, rich vanilla bean, and the floral delicacy of honeysuckle. I could never create a better description than the recipe's creator so please make sure to read the notes.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 4 months ago
The fact that you can find the sweet tea flavor in the same bottle as papaya deserves a 5 star review alone. There is much more going on here though. As the description says, the apricot does a fantastic job of bringing out the fruit without adding any more papaya to bully the sweet tea. I will say that I can still find the cactus in the profile, but it is definitely not a hindrance. The cactus adds something to both the papaya and the sweet tea notes that I think is essential in making this a complete recipe. The addition of WS-23 adds a nice ice characteristic without being overpowering or unpleasant. If anything I would say you can add more sweetener to this recipe, because if you've ever been to a southern fast food drive-through on a good day, you'll know the level of sweetness that can be achieved in a drink. I was obligated to try Tenacious T before leaving this review because SkiddlzNinja did it first, and this is definitely the recipe you should go with if you want a papaya sweet tea.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 4 months ago
This is an intoxicating strawberry/watermelon lemonade recipe. It's another one that really impresses me with the level of balance that has been achieved by it's creator. When I decided to mix it, I was slightly worried that the lemonade would get overpowered, since LA lemonade is already on the mild side. However, the use of Italian Lemon Sicily really helps bring the lemon note forward, and brightens the recipe as a whole. The combination of Big Watermelon and LA Watermelon is a 10/10 candied watermelon flavor and it fits perfectly with the JF Strawberry Sweet. The slight cooling in the background gives a wonderful sensation of a cold drink, and the level of sweetness is spot on to the profile. This is my favorite lemonade recipe so far, and I highly recommend it.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 4 months ago
This is quite possibly the most underrated recipe of all time. There is so much room for customization, and this base can fit into any recipe. The recipe says it’s meant to be a shake and vape, but it really shines even after steeping for a month.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 4 months ago
This is the first recipe that I actually wanted to vape for an entire day. It is wonderfully balanced without being too rich or sweet. When you first mix this up the combination of toasted marshmallow and meringue sticks out a bit more in the profile, however after the three recommended days it calms down and this recipe finds itself. It has the perfect amount of rich cinnamon that doesn't stick out from the mix and creates an awesome cinnamon sugar taste. The combination of Cereal 27 and GCC is a brilliant cereal body; every so often I will find the graham cracker note and it works fantastically with the puffed corn cereal. There is absolutely nothing I would change about this recipe and I highly suggest you try it out.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 4 months ago
This is my absolute favorite lemon pastry recipe. It builds perfectly on the lemon meringue pie base, adding the necessary flavors to take it from good to great. The combination of apple pie's crust flavor and cookie gives the recipe a perfect mellow crust quality. I had to pick up FE Lemon to make it, and I'm glad I did. The lemon in it is sweet and not overpowering, and fits in this profile amazingly. I definitely recommend this to anyone that enjoys a lemon dessert, it will not let you down.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 4 months ago
This is the best strawberry and cream recipe I have tried to date. It was my introduction to the Daveberry trinity combination of FA Red Touch, INW Shisha Strawberry, and JF Sweet Strawberry. The way that it's used in this with hazelnut and creamy milky undertones replicates the delicious flavor of an actual malted strawberry milkshake. Seriously, if you enjoy strawberry milkshakes, this is the one to beat. Vanilla cupcake brings an amazing sweet quality, so you do not need to bring sweetener. I will definitely be mixing this one up for a very long time.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
Please do yourself a favor and make a large bottle of this so you will have no choice but to let it steep. I've been testing it every three days and it seriously grows exponentially better each time. The combination of WF Croissant and FLV Sweet Dough is absolutely fantastic. If you try it early you'll get much more of the buttery croissant, which is by no means a bad thing. However, if you can manage to hold off, the sweet dough will come forward and create a truly magnificent cronut. The mixture of Vienna Cream and Vanilla Cream Extra makes the perfect filling for this dessert, and the cream is firmly planted in the center of the outstanding bakery profile.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
This recipe is an amazingly addictive mad science experiment. It will turn you into a fire-breathing ice zombie, and you won't be able to put it down. My favorite aspect is the perfectly balanced hot and cold sensation it leaves in your mouth. On the inhale your brain will cease function for approximately three seconds, while it attempts to decipher what is happening downstairs. After the perplexity calms down you will be left with a tiny bit more of the capsaicin burning than cooling, and there will be only one place to go for relief: back into the icy glass of spicy mangonada. Underneath this wonderful additive concoction there is a fantastic chamoy filled mango profile that shouldn't be forgotten. I've never had the IRL version, so I cannot discuss the authenticity. However, I struggle to think of a more perfect application of FLV Heat, WS-23, and Polar Blast. I struggle to think of anything since being converted into a zombie. Make sure you let this steep for a week or so to let the Apple Filling calm down, you can use that time to prepare yourself.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
I ordered all of the flavors to make this, but unfortunately I couldn't use my bottle of Creme Brulee. Outside of that omission I mixed it exactly as the recipe required. The first thing I noticed about this is the delicious combination of caramel and butterscotch ripple that blends perfectly into the banana custard. I was a bit worried about the banana being too candy-like, but it was nailed extremely well. Finally, the duo of Bavarian Cream and Vanilla Custard is wonderful and I enjoyed it immensely in this application.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
If you’ve ever had the pleasure of indulging in an actual Swedish princess cake, you should be mixing this recipe instead of reading my review. There is something really special about a decadent layering of sponge cake, strawberry jam, and freshly made pastry cream, and this recipe captures it marvelously. WF Princess Cake is an excellent jumping off point, with an authentic sponge cake base and a hint of strawberry jam. Shisha Strawberry gives that jam a sugary syrup glaze and brings the strawberry note forward. Finally, VT Vanilla Buttercream Frosting adds just enough rich vanilla cream to be present without making this recipe overbearing. If you don’t have a severe strawberry allergy or a hatred for all things delicious, treat yourself to this beautiful creation.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
This is better than the real thing. I hope to be capable of this level of perfection one day.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
I'm a massive fan of cinnamon cereal recipes, so I was very excited when this one popped up. I had to order the FLV Cinnamon Crunch to make it, and I'm glad that I did. This is a very clean and crisp cinnamon cereal recipe, and I will certainly be adding this to my rotation. It's incredible right after mixing, but once the 7 days pass the cinnamon will calm down and blend into the cereal/cream combination wonderfully.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
This is an awesome, rich coconut caramel recipe. I wouldn't say it's much of a tobacco recipe, but that doesn't take away from how delicious it is. Starting out with 8% HHGRY4 is never a wrong move, and the idea of blending some coconut into it was absolutely brilliant. I enjoy the combination of FA Coconut and FLV Sweet Coconut in this immensely. My only critique is that the FW Graham Cracker is getting covered up quite a bit in this mix.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
If you try this directly after mixing, it's delicious but the pineapple dominates the mix. After three days of impatiently waiting, it calms down and this recipe becomes an insanely accurate recreation of the dessert that we all love and do not know the name of. This recipe contains one of the best uses of Cream/Milky Undertones I have come across for adding a dairy undertone without standing out at all. OOO Marshmallow is perfect for adding little marshmallows throughout the whipped pudding dessert. After waiting the required steep time, the INW Pineapple is just enough to remind you that it's in the salad without bullying anything else in the mix. At 4% TPA Pistachio is the leading role with an artificial pistachio Jello pudding flavor, and it pairs incredibly well with FLV Vanilla Pudding. If you enjoy the real thing at family gatherings or on lonely Wednesday nights, mix this up for a nostalgia enriched vape that won't disappoint.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
This is my first heavily floral mix and I really enjoy it. Anything with TFA Sweet Tea is right up my alley, and this is certainly no exception. The way Cherry Blossom, Hibiscus, and Honeysuckle are balanced into this recipe is brilliant. The FE Lemon works in the background beautifully, and INW Natural Mint is never a bad choice for some mint.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 2 months ago
This recipe is an awesome, and incredibly well-balanced blend of fruits that you should mix up if you're into tropical luxury. I tried this before the FA Marshmallow was added to smooth out any harshness, so your version will probably be even better. The combination of guava and coconut makes a wonderfully smooth and creamy base, and throwing in some sweet strawberry magic is never a bad choice. This will be in my SNV rotation for a very long time.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 2 months ago
This recipe is another fantastic creation by Mr. Burgundy. It really makes the FW Yellow cake shine, and turn into a gooey and sugary butter cake. I love the use of OOO Powdered Sugar to add that texture and amplify the sweet note by a thousand. LA Cream Cheese Icing is used low enough that it doesn't stand out at all, and the INW Custard provides an amazing moisture. As the recipe description states, "Getchya some".
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 2 months ago
I'm very glad you decided to go heavy on the flavor with this one. This is easily one of the best recipes I have tried so far. The blueberry combination pairs so incredibly well with the Bavarian Cream and Vanilla Swirl, but 4% Dragonfruit is the star. It's doing so much for the blending and brightness; I can't even wrap my head around it . Normally I would suggest adding a small amount of Bilberry for the true holy trinity experience, but this changed my mind. Leaving it out really captures an amazing and complex blueberry syrup. I'm really interested in what the FE Lemon is doing here, I'll have to mix it up again without adding that and find out. Thank you for sharing this masterpiece.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 2 months ago
This one is easily my favorite melon recipe so far. Full disclaimer that it’s not very similar to Water Malone, but that doesn’t matter. It’s such a bright and vibrant mix of flavors. The Double Apple does a fantastic job of adding to that vibrancy, and bringing some serious texture to the profile. I ordered INW Pitaya, and I’ve been a fan since. It’s a much more authentic dragon fruit than TPA’s and does some magic here. The combination of Honeydew and Sweet Watermelon adds an amazing candy-like melon top note, and keeps me coming back.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 2 months ago
I was missing the VRC for this one, so on Demented76's recommendation I subbed it out with 3% Holy Holy Grail RY4 and 2% CAP Vanilla Custard. Kentucky Bourbon sticks out a tiny bit without letting it steep, but overall it's really awesome stuff with the HHG and VC combo. Really interesting choice to use the CAP Cake Batter and it works perfectly for smoothing everything out and bringing in the vanilla. This is my first use of Honeycomb in a recipe and I love what it's doing to the caramel notes.You should absolutely mix this up if you're into scrumptious tobacco cream recipes.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 2 months ago
Not my recipe.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: about 2 months ago
Unfortunately I had to try this without FA Wine Champagne, but that doesn't matter. It is an insanely authentic recreation of the sweet guava nectar you can find in a can. If you try this as a shake and vape the cactus will stick out and do some weird things with Pink Guava, and I like it. After that it calms down, and adds a perfect wet effect to the recipe along with Pear and Fuji. If you try this with the Champagne it will probably be a hundred times better, and truly capture the nectar of the gods in vape form.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: about 2 months ago
I'm a simple person. If I see the Holy Blueberry Trinity, I mix the recipe. The way Bilberry and Pomegranate work together in this is incredibly interesting. It adds a purple hue to the vape without relying on a grape flavor, and that is impressive in its own right. The green tea base is a perfect compliment to TPA Blueberry (extra) and FW Blueberry, and I would love to try this overall profile in an actual beverage. The description states that you can add a sweetener if you'd like, but I don't believe this recipe needs it.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: about 1 month ago
Incredibly well-balanced combination of three flavors. It's a completely full-flavored vape that doesn't need to steep at all. The Pomegranate tames the TPA Papaya perfectly, and the Sweet Tangerine adds some wonderful citrus brightness in the background. I highly recommend you give this a shot if you're a fan of Pomegranate.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: about 1 month ago
The goal of this recipe is simple. To create a realistic strawberry base and add some powdered sugar. It was done using the same flavors I would pick for an authentic strawberry. RF Strawberry is my favorite for an actual strawberry, but it's so incredibly top heavy it almost doesn't exist outside of that. This is where FA Red Touch and TPA Strawberry come in. TPA Strawberry gives a perfect bottom to the combination, and FA Red Touch fills it out beautifully. The amount of powdered sugar used here is perfect. Just enough to give a wonderful softening effect and powdered sugar textural component without muting or preventing the trio of strawberries from shining. If I ever need to make something with a real strawberry this will be the base I pick.
User: AlfredPudding Score: 5 Entered: 1 day ago
This is easily a five star recipe. You can almost taste the amount of work that went into getting it right. While it's still not completely perfect due to the lacking chocolate flavors available, it's the closest thing I have tried to date. I have no doubt that folkart will continue to work on this and make it into something even more incredible. I was in the same boat as Graham before trying this; I was convinced that chocolate e-liquid would always be a mildly unpleasant experience. This changed my mind. It's an unbelievably delicious chocolate vape, and the tricks folkart applied are insanely beneficial to anyone else working on a chocolate profile. HS Chocolate Cream has the the perfect combination of usable chocolate and heavy dairy quality to provide the foundation for a chocolate milk. It's bolstered by CAP Double Chocolate V2, which is unique in that it can be used in the background instead of bullying the other flavors. While it's still not a perfect chocolate, I completely see why it was picked for this endeavor. FLV Cream, FA Meringue, and LB Vanilla Ice Cream provide a wonderful, thick body to the experience, and help tone down the aggressive chocolate notes in the mix. Finally, what really completes this recipe and keeps me coming back is FA Butterscotch. You find it on the tail end of the exhale, and it does a great job of keeping you interested and smoothing everything out. While .75% Super Sweet might seem like too much in any other situation, it fits in here and doesn't come across as overly sweet at all. This beautiful creation is the only chocolate recipe I can recommend to anyone, and I will certainly be coming back to mix it again in the future.
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