I am actually quite proud of how this has turned out. After 3 weeks this turns into a thick, rich, mouthcoating strawberry cheesecake. I built the cheesecake base using alfredpuddings trinity as a blueprint. I do believe pur new york cheesecake surpasses cap for its richness alone. This strawberry combo is wonderful and works very well in anything that needs a syrupy sweet cooked strawberry. I have a sweet tooth and I am transitioning from using cap supersweet in everything to trying to bring sweetness from ingredients rather than sweetener (ooo custard cheesecake). The hangsen italian cream helps provide the twang of actual cheesecake but is not necessary if you would like it a little more neutral.
All credit goes to ID-10-T for his simple sugar cookie banger. It was a really tough recipe to balanace #roughlife with my staggering 1 ingredient added. You can do anything with this like you could with daves version. The vanilla buttercream frosting fixes the only problem with cap vcv1 I have, its sweetness. Looking forward to using this in a couple different recipes as a base. Couldnt find a picture of custard and a frosted sugar cookie.
Believe it or not MB big melon needs to steep for at least 2 days. I actually gave up on this flavor a while back because after an overnight steep it is super thin. But after it sits a couple days it really comes forward. It is truly an in your face candy watermelon. Flv watermelon while kinda weird is perfect in this particular setting. It adds juicy nature that is necessary for the gum and is a perfect blend between candy and realistically juicy for this recipe. I made a very odd discovery that inw-peach helps boost the gum note in this. So if you want a more prominent gum note put in a drop of inw peach per 10ml. Weird I know.
This is inspired by kindground the master of lemon! I really have wanted a super bright candy lemonade not unlike my lemon twist clone. After a few attempts I didnt come close and gave up for a while. As I have grown in skill as a mixer I started to wonder...can I do it now? The answer is apparently yes because this mix is absolutely heavenly. By the way I know very few people have HC lemon and that sucks. But, kindground told us it was the best lemon of all the lemons and noone bought it. This ingredient deserves better because it is phenomenal and I hope this helps people see that. So no substitutions on this one because it's exactly how it is meant to be. Enjoy folks, this one is as good as I can make it! Also, you can vape after an overnight steep but it is best after 3 days. Sweetener belongs between .25-
Need someone else to test before I release it. Also testing with 1% custard in place of the tfa french van dlx. Message me with your thoughts after testing please. Edit: I am also going to try wf baked strawberry not sure how I didnt think of that may replace sweet strawberry entirely will see...edit buttercream is a bit too high at 4% adjusting to 3% not sure how this flavor is used at an average of 1% cant taste it at all that low.
There once was a drink/dessert thing I had that had mango coconut and pineapple with some ice cream. This was years and years ago but I set off on a mission to recreate what you see in the picture above. Now I am experimenting with some creams to make it more like the real thing but its already like crack. If you have these things make this, trust me. I generally add one drop super sweet and it just makes everything pop but as always I leave that decision up to you. Enjoy.
Went through quite a few versions of this but out of all the caramel combos I have tried this is the best. This apple filling is so close to the real thing my mind almost insists there is a crust when there isnt. Boy oh boy this is an in your face flavor banger, just great for a tank or even a pod. Might want to adjust the percentages a little lower for flavor monster rdas as it might be a little intense. built this in 2 segments starting with the apple portion and followed by the caramel. I knew from the beginning country apple and apple filling were a match made in heaven but when I tested it, I was a bit disappointed. I thought this would be a real apple pie filling but it felt "commercial" in a way or generic. I spent a couple hours tinkering and finally tried FA apple stark and it made a huge difference. It took the apple pie from one those entenmans prepackaged pies to straight up grandma's apple pie. Obviously the cinnamon needs a boost and rich cinnamon was made to do that. At first this was when I was going to build the crust and I did so but I have a serious sweet tooth. Instead of crust I was craving a caramel infused apple pie. I started playing with caramel combos and eventually ended up with the three above. Now I attempted to add crust to the recipe but hear me out, you cant taste it. The filling is just too damn thick and good for pie crust to come through and personally I am okay with it. Absolutely no sweetener in this one cus its packed full of flavor already. This is without a doubt the tastiest recipe I have made to this day. Please have a merry Christmas and happy new year, I'll see ya in 2020! -TheLonelyMillenial
Started with Fuji apple and ended up with this concoction. Actually it did not have the wild melon in it last night. But as I was enjoying vaping it I found that the melon was just not showing up how I wanted it or envisioned it when I put JF honeydew in. Someone I know vapes tried it and said yummy grape! So somehow 2 apples, 1 pear, 2 honeydews, 1 cantaloupe, and 1 blueberry somehow makes grape. NOTES...I love VT bilberry ripe and this was what I wanted to build a recipe with that day. I really couldnt come up with a better partner to showcase this flavors than a couple of really nice melons. They work well together and they did me well again here. I also noticed how well melons work as a background flavor. Probably the best mixing tip I have learned thus far is that 97% of flavors out there by itself is not goos. Making a good recipe involves building something from the ground up and complimenting one flavors weaknesses with another's strength. Getting to know your flavors is a huge aspect of becoming a good mixer and you get that by mixing more. Anyways I was getting closer but for whatever reason I wanted these fruits to taste like they had just been sprayed by those sprinklers in the grocery store and you picked 5 of them up (and somehow blueberry jam was a thing mixed in those fruit) and shoved them in your mouth. I used pear to attain this effect. Just needed balancing from there. Sub whatever you have to except FA pear, Flv wild melon, Jf honeydew, and VT bilberry ripe are all integral and the recipe would not convey what I wanted without them. EDIT: This isnmy favorite thing I have come up with in the month that I began mixing and I also made it better, at least I think. I added 1% fw blueberry and it just sets this recipe from really good to banger status. Really would like to hear what you guys think. <3
My favorite lemonade has always been lemon twist pink punch lemonade by quite a margin. I started by recreating that in your face lemonhead candy. Took a while but I had a breakthrough when I mixed a lemon meringue pie. FA-Meringue was the last key to the lemonhead puzzle. Unfortunately, this lemonade needs to steep for 3 days as FE-lemon takes some time to really pop. I suggest mixing this without pink barn lemonade while it steeps and then the night before it's ready throw it in and let it sit overnight. This is close to indistinguishable from the lemon twist and I would love to hear your opinions on how I did! Thanks and I hope you enjoy. I left the super sweet at the lowest acceptable amount. I personally like it at .75 on this one, but start low and increase to your liking.