Not my original recipe; I'm sharing this with the blessing of its creator, /u/Coop34 of Reddit, because it needs to be in ATF's search results when someone looks for recipes using FA Kiwi. Although the recipe is not mine, the quotation marks in the title were added by me, because it doesn't really taste like a cheesecake to me. It tastes more like a most delicious graham cereal topped with kiwi. Don't be afraid of the high % of FA Meringue here; it does a lovely sort of dance with the tartness of the kiwi. Coop says only an overnight steep is required, but I liked it even more after three days.
Not my original recipe; I'm sharing this with the blessing of its creator, /u/Coop34 of Reddit. It's a simple, beautiful balance of tart, sweet, and boozy and it is very dangerously addictive. Sharing because, when someone searches ATF for recipes using FA Kiwi, TFA Kentucky Bourbon, or TFA Toasted Marshmallow, this NEEDS to be in the search results.
Strabismus = cross-eyed. Abysmal = the potential result of carelessly mixing Strawberry Ripe and CDS. Snake = Bavarian Cream + Coconut.
Baked cinnamon apple topped with strawberry-coconut cream.
This silly serpent is the derpy little offspring of two previous recipes, Snake Bite (apples and coconut cream) and Snake Eyes Remix (cinnamon-banana coconut cream), both of which are not clones, but improvements on commercial juices by Seduce Juice. Strawberry Ripe works here as a berry-tinted soft camera filter, turning everything a lovely shade of sweet pink and blurring the otherwise too-sharp line between baked cinnamon apples and rich coconut cream. CDS + JF Fuji gives the impression of apple that's been peeled, halved, cored, liberally sprinkled with cinnamon, baked, and served warm; there's also a brown, mapely tint to Bavarian Cream that contributes to the impression of baked fruit. The two coconuts work in tandem to turn that cream into coconut cream, one imparting a realistic coconut taste while the other ties that flavor to the cream. The coconuts and cream seem like separate entities when shaken-and-vaped, but after a week alone together in the dark, they make a coconut cream-flavored beast with two backs that's ready to be blended with just enough mushy once-frozen, now-thawed strawberries to turn it pink, and then served piled high in the cored center of half of a cinnamon-spiced baked Fuji apple.
Nothing fancy here, just the nailing of a profile that's long been on my DIY bucket list but wasn't possible before sweet juicy FLV Mango, black tea sweetened with mango syrup and served over ice. There's more than twice as much Koolada in here as I would usually add but it's nothing to be afraid of. Some flavors don't seem to appreciate being Koolada'ed but FLV Mango and FA Black Tea are not among them. Short steep needed because the tea comes on too strong as an S&V.
Brief notes posted here: https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/5am6a3/november_2016_recipe_thread/
A cocktail that's half piña colada, half strawberry daiquiri, and all good. This one's for you, Thadentman, and if it doesn't meet your expectations, let me know and I'll go back to the lab again. It needs about 3 days to come together. If you add Koolada, go a little easier than you normally would.
Here's a simple, light, and refreshing coconut-lime, reminiscent of Ocean Water. It has the magical ability to ease hangovers. *1
Steep: Three days required for the lime to calm down. Longer = creamier coconut and smoother finish.
Koolada: Absolutely. Stick as much as you like in there.
*1 This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.