A nice, not-too-sweet, spiced herbal tea. Still in progress, but still lovely.
RF Masala Chai - SC: Provides the body of the recipe. Delicious.
FE Green Tea: Adds an earthy, herbal flavor while also toning down
the sweetness of the spices in Masala Chai while keeping the flavor present.
FLV Cream & TPA Vanilla Swirl: This combination gives the impression
of a splash of vanilla creamer in your chai tea.
S&V is possible but recommened steep time is 5 days
to let FE Green tea calm down and FLV Cream build up the creamy mouth-feel.
A smooth cantaloupe and cream recipe with a hint of cucumber. Very light cream just enough to enhance the cantaloupe but not cover up the cucumber.
CAP/TFA Cantaloupe: A pleasant cantaloupe combination. Adds the bright sweetness and "summer" flavor.
CAP/FA Cucumber: Not enough to be a star, but enough to pair with the cantaloupes. FA Cucumber is in there just to get the peel and "green" flavors.
FLV Cream: A nice, simple, moderately dense cream to accent the cantaloupe's creamy texture.
FA Caramel: Just a tiny bit will do good. Adds "dark" sweetness to the mix. Not enough to actually taste full caramel.
Add menthol/koolada to taste. I find 1 drop/30mL of FA Menthol Arctic is nice.
It is nice as a shake and vape, but a 7 day steep is where it begins to shine.
I'm in the group of people that can't taste Strawberries. So this started out as a "shits and laughs" recipe, but I ended up finding a strawberry I can taste. I ended up loving it so much that I spent the next few months making tweak after tweak until I found an ADV S&C.
The strawberry I can taste is RF Strawberry (SC). Using TPA Strawberry Ripe ehances the RF Strawberry (SC). TPA makes the strawberry pop.
I tried different mixes involving Cheesecake, butter cream, custard, but TPA Bavarian Cream with a touch of FLV Cream is perfect; creamy, creamy perfection.
I prefer this at 60/40 after a 7 day steep. Best after two weeks.