Rose Milk has been one of my biggest ADV to date and having it as an ADV, it runs out QUICKLY. After going through two 30ml one shots, and only having one 50ml of mixed up Rose Milk, I knew i needed to finalise my clone attempt.
If you like these kinds of profiles, I highly recommend buying the one shot and supporting @ENYAWREKLAW, but if you are in country where the possibility of buying this amazing one shot isn't possible, no stress, mix this up, at least to my palette this is 1:1.
Cap Sweet strawberry, because that is an already released ingredient, TFA strawberry is the other main strawberry in this mix, i taste it almost immediately and it's one of the best strawberries out there.
HS FVIC is an already released ingredient and it works so well in this mix. TFA VBIC is one of my favourite creams and I'm convinced its what i taste in rose milk. A while back Wayne mentioned that CAP VC V1 was in rose milk very low, I kept it at 0.5% because he has used it this way numerous times in the past. CAP New York Cheesecake is THE Cheesecake in Rose milk, Cheesecake ( Graham Crust) has too much of a malty cookie note that won't work in rose milk.
It can only be Waynes recipe if it has 0.5% CAP Super Sweet
ALL THE CREDIT GOES TO WAYNE FROM DIYORDIE
Support him by buying the one shot at ECX or Chefs Flavours.
If O.J. Simpson was a vaper when he was on trial. This would be his Dream Scream, this is the, Robert Kardashian (Vanilla Whipped Cream), Robert Shapiro (Vanilla Bean Ice cream), Johnnie Cochran (Sweet Strawberry) and F. Lee Bailey (Strawberry) of Strawberries and cream. This is a simple mix with a vivid and candy strawberry with undertones of heavy whipped cream.
CAP Sweet Strawberry and TFA Strawberry makes up the strawberry for this profile. This creates a candy strawberry with subtle notes of real strawberry. This is a killer Combo at a ratio of 4:2. My go to Strawberry combo, credit goes to Wayne at Diyordievaping for this amazing combo.
TFA VBIC and CAP Vanilla Whipped cream creates this beautiful heavy cream note that will be there throughout the vape. These 2 together at 3% each is perfect and adds to the creaminess without adding anything more than what was needed. If you taste pepper with TFA VBIC then you can sub with Hangsen French vanilla Ice Cream at 1.5%.
I need sucrolose to fully taste strawberry, it isn't needed in this mix if you don't like it. It adds to the candy profile of the strawberry but is not necessary to get the experience.
Well its been a while since I dropped a recipe. I've been working on a watermelon kiwi candy lately and I'm pretty happy where this is at. On the front you get a watermelon with kiwi accents and the sugar that comes with all candies. This recipe has been my ADV for the last week. It's simple and yet offers enough to keep coming back for more.
I've use FW candy watermelon and FW kiwi as these pair up really well. I've found FW seems to do candies very well. I've used watermelon at 4% and kiwi at 2.5% because I wanted the watermelon candy present throughout the vape and kiwi on the tail end.
TFA Marshmallow is so great and when picking which marshmallow to go with I needed something to fluff up the mix and make it taste sticky. Marshmallow at 2% is enough to not give off any marshmallow flavour.
Now as for cotton candy and CAP super sweet. They are perfect for a candy recipe and I tried using just tfa sweetener, but the water content really does kill the mix. You can sub CAP super sweet with FW sweetener at 1%.
A creamy apricot drinking yogurt, I've been chasing this flavour since I first started mixing. It's a very artifical apricot with a creamy and sweet yogurt base.
Fruit base: TFA Apricot, TFA Juicy Peach and TFA Cotton Candy (Circus). I used TFA Juicy Peach to boost the apricot flavour, when used with apricot and cotton candy the harsh edges gets refined and the peach is no longer a throat killer. I wanted to apricot to stay in front of the mix and at 5.5% it stays as a top note. I also chose TFA Cotton Candy Circus to help boost the candy profile.
Yogurt base: CAP Creamy Yogurt, FA Cream Whipped, FA Marshmallow and CAP Super Sweet. I used CAP Creamy Yogurt at 3.5% because I wanted a subtle yogurt base, at this percent it isn't downright offensive when mixed with other creams. I used FA Cream Whipped because I wanted a milky tea base that didn't mute the fruits, at 2% you get a nice milky undertone that pairs well up with CAP Creamy Yogurt. FA Marshmallow is used to fluff up the creams. The reference was sugary sweet, I used CAP Super Sweet because I didn't want the water content or maltol from TFA Sweetener. CAP Super Sweet at 0.5% is perfect to create sugar without making the mix nauseating.
After trying a few strawberry kiwi recipes and while i was trying to nail down a recipe with CAP lemon lime in it, I finally came up with a great mix that I enjoyed. It's a full on candy fruit profile. The CAP lemon lime is the real star in the mix, it creates a fantastic candy profile that pairs well with strawberry and kiwi.
Let me start by saying this is sort of a hack mix, it wasn't my profile and it wasn't my recipe to begin with. I liked the profile and I wanted to make it my own. I enjoyed the original a lot, but what I really wanted was a hard crunch cereal with marshmallows in between. I used the notes from ENYAWREKLAW and set to work changing his original profile to be something different. This is by no means the exact same mix, this one has more of a crunch speckled with marshmallows.
The Cereal Base: FW Cake (Yellow), CAP Sugar Cookie and Acetyl Pyrazine is the perfect hard crunch cereal base, it isn't overwhelming or distracting, it creates the perfect hard crunch cereal base without adding any off notes to the mix.
The original had a great milk base to begin with, a strawberry milk base was perfect for this kind of cereal, but what I wanted was more of a malt milk note. I also felt the need to remove a lot of the original creams as I wanted the cereal upfront and milk and marshmallows between those cracks. I used FA Vienna cream, FA Meringue and TFA Strawberry (Ripe) the same way as it was used in the original. I also added in FW Hazelnut to create more of that malt note, The Hazelnut also helps highlight the cereal base.
I needed a marshmallow that would stand out and note just mix in with the creams. TFA Marshmallow and TFA Toasted Marshmallow was perfect for this. Toasted Marshmallow helped bring the cereal base forward and create a frosted type taste to the cereal. The TFA Marshmallows were perfect to add the small bits of marshmallow between the cereal and stand out more than other marshmallows I tried.
Now to me this is Shake and Vape, but Vienna Cream and the Hazelnut really needs a week to be a lot less malty.
My entry into the Beginner Blending MIXXED competition.
I originally aimed for a CinnApple Danish with strawberry whipped cream, while I was mixing and batching, it hit me that i was getting a more of a cereal note from the original mix. I pushed forward and I think the mixed turned out really well. You get the Cinnamon and apple cereal upfront and then a strawberry milk on the back note. I really hope you enjoy it.