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Nickevz
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Passionfruit? In a custard?
You’re god damn right...
This is perfect, it’s thick, buttery and the citrus from the passionfruit cuts through all of that to give a nice tangy but deep, smooth vape.

There was something itching my brain whilst vaping this, I couldn’t pin point where I tasted this certain combination before, then it clicked... Solero ice cream! Now this isn’t a solero recipe but it will tickle that part of your brain.

This is just a good combination of custard (and sugar cookie 😏) that will surely satisfy you, wether you’re a fruit fanatic or a custard cunt this will probably scratch that itch for you (ok that‘s enough of the itchy scratchy adjectives)

If you’re sensitive to CAP V1 then give this 2 weeks, which is where it really excels but I’d be lying to you if I told you I didn’t cain this off the shake, infact I had to make another 30ml just for it to reach that 2 week mark.

Mix it, shake it, vape it.

Sweetener: optional
Sugar cookie: not optional

If you like this recipe and what I do then rate and review accordingly or I’ll tell you the ending to Netflix’s/BBC’s “The fall”

Strawberry shortbake

Simple profile but done well, a strawberry shortcake profile is familiar in the DIY community and there’s certainly no shortage of them but here’s my take on it, the combination of the strawberries is key here and the assist from the cream cheese in the strawberry cheesecake helps the cream Stand out a little more, definitely shake and vapeable But best after a week.

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Made this today... just now... wasn’t even difficult. No thought process, used all ancient flavour houses because the aim of the game is to be as boring and effortless as possible. Enjoy :)

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Alright Alright Alright... where’ve I been? Well... creating this of course :)

Strawberry Custard Cream - The Best Yet 😏

This is a strawberry cream swirled in vanilla custard.

The strawberry element comes from VT strawberry milk and WF juicy, the strawberry milk runs through the back while the juicy just pops the strawberry helping out the non strawberry tasters, I don’t usually have a problem tasting strawberries but when you have like 40+ mixes all strawberry and cream you can’t help but get muted, anyway, legendary custard is a bit of both as far as the cream and Custard aspect goes, it’s rich but at the same time so creamy that you can’t really decipher where it sits so I had to use it here, it also sits separate from the FA premium which I’ve used here as the custard element... the sugar cookie blends into the custard also helping decipher between the custard and the cream element, it doesn’t really matter what job it does though because let’s be fair, it’s me and I love sugar cookie 😏 I have 3 strawberry and cream/milk/custard recipes pretty much ready to be released but this ones really ticking the boxes for me today so it gets released first, Is it the best? You decide! I’ve got balls but I haven’t got the balls to claim this is the be all and end all of all strawberry cream profiles... is it good though? Hell yeah.

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disclaimer - I am not responsible for any flavours being out of stock if you choose to try and go shopping for these concentrates 😆

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A typical UK tinned custard all thanks to Molinberry legendary custard, while I do like a custard vape I’ve always felt there’s been something missing from custard concentrates and they’ve never really tasted to what I consider a true custard, until now... MB legendary custard opens the door to a true English tinned custard, smelling the concentrate for the first time it smelt too good to be true and then I licked it, POW! ambrosia custard...

I start with a healthy dose of legendary custard to lay the foundation, backed up with FA premium to get more of that rich custard, the Devon cream adds a touch of milkyness while also keeping the whole mix rich... sugar cookie helps the thick mouthfeel and sweetener because who doesn’t want a sweet custard :)

I’ve been vaping this for a few days and now I’ve run out, I’ve made some more and hoping to let it steep this time although everything in this recipe is a quick steeper, even the Legendary custard.

If you like what I do and this mix then please rate and review :)

Vanilla Cola

To get an idea of what this is I would describe this more of a vanilla Pepsi sort of profile but still not exact to a Pepsi or cola but edging more towards that Pepsi side of things.

FA cola and VT cola team up to create a good cola base, VT creaming soda is the vanilla and adds that effervescent fizz feel, sweetener and coolant to complete the profile.

As you can see, a pretty simple mix but successful in satisfying me towards my vanilla cola target.

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If you like lucozade Caribbean crush then this this recipe is for you, in fact if you like anything tropical and refreshing then this recipe is for you, if you like the recipes that I create then this recipe is for you, if you’re sitting in the sun and you’re hot then this recipe is for you. Pineapple hits you at the forefront, coconut steps in just after the pineapple and then mango and passionfruit sit just at the end to really convince you that this is a tropical mix, sugarloaf and queen have been a combo I’ve used for some time now and there’s no mistaking the fact that there is pineapple in this recipe, this was the first time I’d used VTA coconut in a recipe and it’s a really good coconut, it’s not dry/bitter it just oozes that coconut you might taste in Malibu rum. VTA yellow passion, it’s the best passionfruit for taking higher as far as a percentage is concerned. WF is a good passionfruit but if you take it too high then you’re in dirt city (too earthy above 1%), same goes for the mango, VTA shisha I find is the best and least earthy mango amongst its competitors, if you don’t have this one in your arsenal there you’re missing out. Fizzy sherbet gives a carbonated feel.

Sweetener and coolant totally subjective but adds to the overall profile.

If you mix this then please rate and review accordingly :)

Don’t forget to check out my one-shots as an easier alternative to trying my work.

EPIC! Shots:
https://chefsflavours.co.uk/epic-shots/

EPIC! Shortfills:
https://chefsflavours.co.uk/epic-shot-shortfills/

Immortal Shots:
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Very simple cereal mix, made for myself never intending to release but I follow a rule (I always make a 60ml to test, if I vape the whole lot and make more then I release it)

The lemon is strong, but you get some orange and a touch of lime, after it’s steeped it becomes a bit more balanced, still predominant old-school premium cereal juice vibe which I know some of you like. Fruit circles at 10% might seem a lot but it works (especially if you’re a fan of the concentrate to begin with) FA milk because it’s the best, French vanilla to give the milk a little panache and finally a bit of crispy wafer to boost the cereal note.

Sweetener totally subjective but does help the overall profile.

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Kinder: white Happy Hippo

Crispy vanilla wafer shell with a white Nutella filling

I’ve got to be honest, this one didn’t take a whole lot of overthinking, I wanted to use my VT love again and at a high percentage so I picked a white happy hippo.

The shell consists of WF crispy wafer and cap sugar cookie, the FA cookie just makes it a bit “crispier and darker”

The white Nutella filling comes from VT love, FA hazel grove and WF roasted hazelnuts, the toasted hazelnuts also helps the wafer out by darkening it up a touch and giving it a more baked vibe.

Sweetener is subjective and drop it out if you wish but adds to the overall authenticity of the profile.

Ideally the mix needs 7 days but if you can’t wait then try it after 3 but the FA hazel grove does tend to taste a bit green and raw until it steeps out.

This recipe was created for my "in-theory" section of videos featured on my youtube channel "nevans above - the mixing hub"

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=5YUHaFZqATE

if you mix this recipe please then please rate and review accordingly, also leave me some feedback on youtube to help me grow :)

User: Nickevz Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Top class custard that could only be made better by dropping the CCI completely or replacing with VT VBCF, I’m a huge fan of putting bakery elements in custards to fill them them out and add a sweet eggy richness and FW yellow cake does that brilliantly... overall this is a really good custard and kudos to the creator, don’t be put off by the name it in no way reflects the taste of the recipe :)
User: Nickevz Score: 5 Entered: 11 months ago
Everything you could want in a strawberry milk, sweet syrupy silky strawberry milk, nice deep thick mouthfeel, if you like strawberry/cream recipes this ones for you.
User: Nickevz Score: None Entered: 7 months ago
I can see where the fascination would have come from for this but i think with the concentrates available today it loses its appeal, but still a good mix nonetheless.
User: Nickevz Score: 5 Entered: 5 months ago
Didn’t have the pear so I used 0.25 Vta pear halves just to add the vibe but to not disrupt tams original recipe. I’m fond of the strawberry watermelon combo so this appealed to me, it’s a lovely mix, of I could change one thing I would swap the strawberry gummy and watermelon candy percentages around but that’s subjective because I like the strawberry to peep over the watermelon. 5 star mix if I ever tasted one :) good job tam, one day I’ll let you take ownership of the jammy berry title ❤️
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