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GlassMemories
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User: GlassMemories Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
I picked up TFA pistachio to mix this, PistachioRY4U and Trinistachio and this one is by far the best of the 3. TFA pistachio is a great flavor and bert does a great job showcasing it alongside TFA RY4D, which normally I'm not a fan of. The inhale is mostly pistachio and on the exhale you get the pungentness of the tobacco swirled in pistachio cream with hints of that dark sweetness from the M&H. It's not a very nutty pistachio but more of an ice cream pistachio, that bright, green, creamy goodness. It developed a lot over the course of a steep, and really came together after two weeks, the RY4D really mellows out, getting less dirty and more sweet as time goes on. bert doesn't think it needs it, but I added some CAP SS to see what would happen and I think just a touch really helps solidify this into a luscious dessert vape. Very nice job bert. (I also think JF RY4D would be as good if not better in this, with less steep time required. But I only mixed it as written so I can only review as written.)
User: GlassMemories Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
So bert convinced me to pick up some Devon Cream and Chocolate Mousse from VT, and I'm glad I did. For my first foray into chocolates, I grabbed a handful of other flavors as well and after SFTing them all, those two are right at the top alongside HS Aus. Cream and Co. I don't know what I can say about this really - it's just creamy, delicious chocolate milk. I've had this in my squonk for the past week and blew through all 60ml I mixed. The VT chocolates are hands-down some of the best chocolate flavors available and this recipe shows just how much potential they have. I'm definitely going to be using it as a base as I develop my own chocolate mixes. Don't think about it, pick them up and mix this shit - it's a great introduction into chocolate vapes.
User: GlassMemories Score: 4 Entered: about 1 year ago
It's tough to put my finger on exactly what this tastes like as it's such an eclectic mix. My closest comparison is probably a starburst candy smoothie. It's not overly sweet or tart, but it is a pretty tasty, creamy, tropical mix. Off the shake the individual fruits were more discernible, but after a two weeks steep they've melded together into a singular and mellow tropical flavor. The addition of coolant is probably extraneous as this is a more luscious than it is refreshing and I didn't feel it did much for the mix, but it didn't hurt it either. However, I decided to pull that thread and add a drop of CAP SS to the last 15ml, and it only served to muddle and mute the already mellow flavor. So don't add sweetener to this, not that it terribly needs it anyway. Overall, this is a very unique and interesting vape and certainly worth a try, but not something I'd consider an ADV. I also feel it's best vaped within the first week, before the fruits get buried beneath all the yoghurt.
User: GlassMemories Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
I was in the discord when this was being brainstormed, and I did not think it would work. But I was very pleasantly surprised by this, and glad I picked up the Yakima Hops to make it. Dark, sweet fruits on the inhale with zesty citrus and the slightly bitter, floral notes from the hops on the exhale. Honestly I'm still not sure how this works, because it doesn't seem like it should...but if anyone knows their way around weird mixes, it's these guys - and they managed to create something pretty amazing that's quite unique, tasty, well-balanced, and greater than the sum of it's parts. Bravo gents.
User: GlassMemories Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
I have to concur with the other reviewers. Alfred is the best I've known to have the ability to capture an abstract concept in vape form, and this is the best example of that ability. It reminds me of fresh springtime rain showers, which makes the exact taste a little difficult to describe. It's tart, mouthwatering and refreshing with a very unique, almost candied mouthfeel. The sensation is slightly sharp, and perhaps so unique as to be jarring to the palate. Not an ADV for me, but when I want something refreshing and different, this is usually what I reach for to scratch that itch. A must-mix recipe for anyone who hasn't yet, even if only to experience the amazing things that are possible to accomplish in the mixing craft. Sublime.
User: GlassMemories Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
With many recipes these days trying to authentically recreate our favorite food and drink, attempting to capture the very essense of an abstract concept or feeling in vape form, sometimes they can become quite complex. Sometimes when striving for perfection or trying to recreate the wheel...we forget the pleasure of the simple things in life, like how good a glass of water tastes after going for a jog on a hot day. Well this is that glass of water (or cucumber water if you're a fancy rich person). It's mainly kiwi with the honeydew singing backup, not overly sweet or tart, and it's light, crisp and refreshing. While working outside yesterday in 95 degree weather, this was a simple pleasure to have on hand.
User: GlassMemories Score: 5 Entered: 12 months ago
This is the best damn recipe on this site. I was skeptical of the hype cuz off the shake it mostly tasted like a orange and cinnamon thing, but after a week - it's undeniably cola. To me it leans more toward Dr. Pepper than Coca-Cola, but that's just fine by me.
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