I was mixing up a different recipe and had these three in succession. Smelling each of them individually made me want to try them together. I felt FW Graham Cracker, SSA Milky Caramel Fudge, and SSA Ice Cream Vanilla would merge into one delectable flavor. I wanted a quick fix, so I landed on a 1,2,3 . . . and 123 GCV was born. At 6%, this is a surprisingly rich, decadent dessert vape. As per usual, I go at this SNV . . . thus, it's a SNV 123 GCV.
A variation of one of my vanilla custards with my cake layer (https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/212209#1_2_ish_3_cake_layer_by_lonesomerhodestn). Trying out all the classic vanilla custard tricks (marshmallow, cheesecake, vanilla, and custard) with more recent concentrates to go along with a cake layer I've come to enjoy quite a bit. I SNV this . . . mixed 60vg/40pg because that's how I like it (use at whatever ratio you prefer). It's high percentage, which I know is not some/most people's preference. I'm sure you could toy with the percentages and make it your own (feel free), but this is where I landed on the first pass and am pleased. I'm on my second bottle and will have to make more to see how it steeps.
I made this as a vehicle for my cake layer. It is a rich, vanilla custard and a slab of buttery, yellow cake all piled up together. In my opinion, it is what it says it is. I'm sharing it because I mentioned it in my previous recipe dropped earlier today. If you feel the urge to mix it. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Take care.
tl;dr - strawberry cream bakery profile.
Adding #Developed Summer to this to get some public attention . . . check up on your friends and family who are in education (all the way from the administrators to the maintenance workers). We're struggling to keep the bar raised educating the youth and trying to make sure everybody gets home healthy.
Need something to wash the bitter taste of wearing a mask for 8 hours teaching these little ones and the disgust at how their lives are being monetized out of my mouth. I thought about going for a Lysol wipe flavor profile (because chemical lemon is definitely easy with DIY . . . and I'm wistfully looking at the bottom of my last canister of wipes after cleaning between classes for a week, knowing that the school system isn't supplying them, and the local stores are all sold out). So, here's a strawberry cream bakery profile to distract me from the despair and gloom of modern teaching. I'd like to see these "in-person school during a pandemic" decision makers come into my 4th grade class and teach a room full of kids (trying to be socially distant) with 12 others simultaneously on virtual (grappling with the technology learning curve), all while trying to monitor cleanliness and sanitation. Heck, I'd like to see one of them come into a normal classroom setting and try to teach at all.
Think I might be on to something here . . . only problem is it needs at least 3 weeks of steeping time (set aside and just found it again, so that's why I'm saying at least 3 weeks . . . it could be great after 2 . . . not sure). It's a lot going on percentage-wise and number of concentrates. The result is a soft, natural oatmeal cookie dotted with chewy globs of strawberry jam and slightly spiced with cinnamon. Careful with the granola and molasses . . . a little goes a long way.
Edit: Forgot to mention, both cookies (JF and FA) were an accident in putting the recipe into ATF. I just went with it when I mixed and am chalking it up to a happy accident.
Blueberry, blackberry, and lemon cake.
MB Yellow Cake (carries a slight lemon note, in my opinion), CAP Sugar Cookie, Chemnovatic Lemon Cream Wafer, and FA Custard Premium make up the moist, lemon cake. The cake is dotted with cooked blueberries and blackberries (WF Blueberry Jam and SC Blackberry).
WF Buttercream Frosting, OoO Whipped Cream, and FE Lemon make up the lemon-tinged, buttery, sugary frosting.
Once more, this recipe exists because of Foment_life's spectacular pear trinity, as found in his recipe DAAPled Pears. The combination of FA Pear, TFA Pear, and FA Fuji is hands down the best, most realistic pear I've ever had in vape form. I'll, again, repeat what I said in my review of DAAPled Pears: it is a smooth, sweet, crisp work of art. Using it in a take on Charlie Noble's Commodore Peary ( recipe released in 2017: https://charlienoble.com/blogs/the-not-so-discontinued-series/the-not-so-discontinued-series-commodore-pearry ).
Yes, the name is long and flowery . . . no, this is probably not a recipe for the percentage minimalists out there. However, this was a recipe I envisioned while drifting off to sleep last night (which has become common practice in this time of safer-at-home). It is Foment_life's pear utilized in a Commodore Peary-esque recipe, where Holy Holy Grail RY4 acts as the caramel note (instead of FW Caramel Candy). VT Vanilla Cream instead of the FW Bavarian Cream and CAP French Vanilla V2, FLV Sweet Coconut instead of CAP Coconut, FA Custard Premium instead of CAP Vanilla Custard V2, and TFA Red Oak just because I like the way it plays with custards.
The painting is from N.C. Wyeth's cover art for The Bounty Trilogy . . . the emblem is from the book cover beneath the dust jacket. I just thought it went well with the ideas of dissent against a boat's captain and what not. Great off of the shake . . . this 15mL will not see tomorrow. Enjoy!
Y'all just don't know . . . and probably don't care right now (I get it), but I've been trying to get somewhere with a strawberry RY4 for a long time. I'm finally content. Yes, it's a massive amount of flavoring . . . yes, it's made up of 10 different flavors. However, I've finally scratched that itch! I approached this in much the same way as my Long Gone Lonesome Blues recipe, in terms of layers. It's a custardy, strawberry cheesecake with a beautiful tobacco backdrop. The Vanilla Ruyan, Graham Cracker, and Red Oak kind of serve the purpose of bridging the gap between the two flavor profiles. When I look at where my recipes usually shine, in my opinion, I'm pretty decent at dessert tobaccos. This is exactly where I want it to be. It was okay as a SNV, but , man, 3 days later it was absolutely shining (according to my palate). This was a labor of love . . . I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.