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Had someone request "something like CTC from Blue Dot"

It's not exactly a clone, because I haven't had the original in more than a year. It's more of
an homage to the profile. It works great as a shake & vape. The sweetener is entirely optional, because
the French Toast actually adds a brown sugar, molasses sweetness by itself.

It is a version 1 recipe, but I've had enough experience with all the flavors in the recipe that not much, if any, fine tuning was necessary.

User: Apexified Score: 5 Entered: almost 5 years ago
This is one of the few recipes that I've made multiple times without tweaking anything. It's damn near perfect and really highlights how well FLV flavors play off of one another. If you don't have the flavors, get them. They're worth it for this mix alone but very versatile, as well.
User: Apexified Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
I didn't think I needed another strawberry milk in my life... until I tried this. It's almost cliche.
User: Apexified Score: 5 Entered: almost 4 years ago
Accuracy, as other's have mentioned, is where this recipe really shines. But on top of that is balance and vapeability. I've mixed two bottles at this point with the intention of seeing how it steeps but neither ended up lasting more than 5 days. It's worth getting a bottle of FE Sweet Rice for this recipe alone.
User: Apexified Score: 5 Entered: about 3 years ago
This recipe makes me question everything, namely the size of my inventory. Looking over the ingredients makes me jealous of ID10-T's seemingly innate ability to take staple flavors and turn them into something fantastic. I wouldn't even call myself a huge fan of blueberry, in general, but between the way the WS-23 chills them and the Lemon makes them "pop" I don't think I've had a more bright, crisp and syrupy sweet blueberry experience... ever. This is ADV-worthy and I am about as far from an ADV-person as one can get. I rarely make more than a 30ml of anything and more often than not find myself moving on before finishing it, but I'm finishing off my 3rd 60ml of this recipe and wondering whether I can stop myself from mixing a 4th...
User: Apexified Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Grack makes me think of the quote “Too weird to live, too rare to die” it’s a unique and uniquely polarizing recipe that either grows on you or repels you. Seeing anyone claim to improve the recipe seemed absurd, bold and easily falsifiable but, to be perfectly honest, seeing that claim from this particular mixer had me jumping at the chance to prove him wrong. And yet, here I am, 5 subjective stars in hand, ready and willing to admit he was right. With Grack, part of what makes the experience unique (at least for me) is how much you want to put it down but how quickly it becomes addicting. With GIGI it bypasses the first part and, in a nutshell, is just instantly more approachable and palate pleasing. The only critique I can come up with is that it’s not as weird as Grack. As much as I love Grack, the next time I find myself needing a fix, this will be the recipe I mix.
User: Apexified Score: 5 Entered: almost 2 years ago
If you don't like licorice, you probably don't need to know much more about this recipe. But then again, I've never liked it in real life and here I am, enjoying the hell out of it. I was actually on vacation in Astoria while trying this recipe so when I saw a place called Schwietert's Cones & Candy I decided to go in, in the hopes of finding some authentic euopean-style licorice candies (and maybe even the ice cream) After trying some from Germany, Australia, and The Netherlands I learned a lot about what I’d been missing, only ever having things like Good & Plenty and Red Vines to set up my expectations. Most importantly I learned the difference between sweet and salty licorice and that there’s more variety than even that... but enough about my licorice adventure--If you do enjoy licorice in any of its many permutations then give this recipe a shot. It nails salted licorice and the cream here seems to knock down the sharper edges of the licorice notes, which blends it perfectly into the ice cream rather than it being sprinkled with chunks of licorice candy. It’s a well balanced recipe that has me excited at the prospect of trying the real thing some day.
User: Apexified Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
This was excellent off the shake. Vibrant, crisp, refreshing; all the things you want in a **lemon-lime** soda w/ a hint of blueberry. For me the real magic happened on day 4 when the blueberry finally seemed to become the star of the show and dammit, I wish I'd actually paid attention the the recommended steep. I would have had more than 3ml left when it became, possibly, one of my favorite recipes to feature blueberry. And, to top it off, the recipe manages to be simple, yet clever, and entirely accurate to the name--about as rare as me mixing the same recipe again... which I'm going to do now.
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