NordicFlavours
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Blue Teams recipe for the Mixer Showdown #2 on DIY_eJuice Discord.

Made this with @eyemakepizza and @UnappreciatedRobot

JF Yellow Cake makes the base for the cupcake. VT Yogurt Drink makes the impromptu frosting loaded with delicious Blueberry from FA Bilberry and FW Blueberry. VT Fizzy Sherbet brings the pop rocks!
All that backed by some lemon to brighten the Blueberry from VT Yogurt Drink and VT Fizzy Sherbet.

This is part two in my recipe line of Buddha vapes.
Part one found here: http://alltheflavors.com/recipes/151292#clouds_of_buddha_by_nordicflavours

Profile: Steamed rice with spicy mango.

Background:

A while ago, I got thrown into a discussion at work about Buddha. Being married to a wonderful Japanese lady, who are heavily into buddhism, I started to look up what kind of food, the original Buddha's (yes there are a few of them) would actually eat.
Rice was a given and after much researchning I came up with a few recipes.
A sweet/floral one and a more sweet/savory one.

This one being the sweet/savory one.
Initially, this was the original idea for my Buddha vapes, which nicknamed "Project Buddha" in order to cause a little hype on the DIY_eJuice Discord.
The very first dish I came across, that seemed doable for a vape and something the different Buddha's would eat, was rice with mango.
Pretty straight forward, but the more I worked on it, the more messy it got.
At some point I had the whole rose apples aspect from Part One mixed into it and by the end of the day, it was over-flavoring so hardcore, that all you could taste was rice and a strange unidentifiable weak sweetness. NOT THE PLAN!
So after spending a little time with @Shyndo trying to fix this mess, I made the decision to turn it into two recipes.

Choices:

The Rice: is made from FA Sweet Rice and VT Rice Base. I found this combo to be pretty much what nicely steamed basmati rice tastes like.

FLV Cream: helps to bind the rice together, but only just enough to not turn it into a creamy rice pudding, as it wouldn't fit the profile. By all means, this is not really a dessert.

Spicy Mango: I went for FLV Mango here for the sort of main mango flavor, as it is almost what I would consider to be the flavor of an actual mango. However, I felt it lacked a tiny bit bitterness in the aftertaste from the peel, I considered many options. Here both TFA mango (didn't fit), JF Mango (way too bitter!) and FW Mango Guava (no and no, definitely not fitting). Neither of these working, I finally settled for VT Shisha Mango.
I felt VT Shisha Mango added both to help FLV Mango with the sweet and added exactly a tiny amount of bitterness I was after.
FLV Rose Essence comes into play here again as it does help the rice giving it a bit of fragnance and it does add a sort of perfume to the mango.

Concerning spices I had some ideas:
At some point FLV Rich Cinnamon was in play, but as I did not wanted this to be a dessert and I didn't quite see the connection, I scrapped that idea quickly. For a long time, I had FA Cardamom on the table and I had planned to actually pull through with it, but in a previous version I realised that it actually didn't do much good for the vape and added an unwanted off-flavor - while still being good, not what I was after.
Finally, I landed on FLV Heat, which also had been on the table for a long time. Both Heat and Cardamom was in the original line-up, but Shyndo being Shyndo, I realised that I couldn't have both in this vape, so I made a choice and FLV Heat stayed in to give the vape the spice (plus add some good throat hit!).

Concerning FLV Heat: 0.65% is my prefered. If you want it higher or lower (or not even at all), just adjust accordingly. I suggest you leave it in, as it is one of the key components.

On the inhale, you'll taste the wonderful flavor of sweet mango mixed with a pleasent amount of heat. Not too spicy, but nice and moderate.
The exhale mellows out the mango and leave you with a bit of warmth and a delicious creamy flavor of steamed basmati rice.

No real steep is needed for this, as FE Sweet Rice has a habit of fading, but over a day or two, it'll become more creamy and delicious. Works great as a SnV!

Hope you'll enjoy and feel free to leave a review!

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This is a part one in my recipe line of Buddha inspired vapes I'm working on.
Part two found here: http://alltheflavors.com/recipes/151144#mists_of_buddha_by_nordicflavours

Profile: Steamed rice with rose apples.

Background:

A while ago, I got thrown into a discussion at work about Buddha. Being married to a wonderful Japanese lady, who are heavily into buddhism, I started to look up what kind of food, the original Buddha's (yes there are a few of them) would actually eat.
Rice was a given and after much researchning I came up with a few recipes.
A sweet/floral one and a more sweet/savory one.

This one here are the sweet/floral one.
It's based off on the a rice dish mixed with what we currently know as a Rose Apple - or more commonly (cause there are MANY Rose Apples), a Java Apple.
While a Java Apple actually not being an apple at all, but got its name due to its colour, it's more of a melon-ish, snow pear-ish type of fruit.
It's found in wide areas in South East Asia.
A lot of credit here goes to @Shyndo and @Alfredpudding for ideas and help choosing the flavors for the Rose Apple

Choices:

The Rice: is made from FA Sweet Rice and VT Rice Base. I found this combo to be pretty much what nicely steamed basmati rice tastes like.

FLV Cream: helps to bind the rice together, but only just enough to not turn it into a creamy rice pudding, as it wouldn't fit the profile. By all means, this is not really a dessert.

Rose Apple: Shyndo and Alfred both chipped in here. Alfred suggested using CAP Sweet Guava, to add some of the flavor and the flesh along with TFA pear and
FLV Rose Essence for flavor. While Shyndo chipped in (agreeing unknowingly with Alfred) on the pear and rose essence. Shyndo went further and suggested to add some honeysuckle, as honeysuckle and rose essence could be a killer combo - and I agree.

Combine the rice and the rose apple and it's a great sweet and floral vape, with a wonderful rice flavor on the exhale.

No real steep is needed for this, as FE Sweet Rice has a habit of fading, but over a day or two, it'll become more creamy and delicious. Works great as a SnV!

Hope you'll enjoy and feel free to leave a review!

Profile: Candied Apple

Background Info:
So I mixed up a recipe, that I actually didn't care for. Much worse was it, that I brought it to work too so I was stuck with it all day long.
Came home, sat down, thought of my inventory as I needed a SnV immediately - and then it came to me. I need a candied apple!
So I mixed this up - little trial and error and I got it just perfect after a couple of tries.

Choices:
FA Fuji - Being low on apples in general, my choice fell on this, as it's the sweet kind of apple I'm after.
VT Blood Plum - While my mix here does have a weak aftertaste of the plum, my choice on this was strictly for the candy flavor VT Blood Plum has. Therefor 1%
VT Salted Caramel - Usually I go FW Caramel (Salted) when I want something caramel, but it's very potent, and VT's version is a little bit more damp in it. Needed that for the apple not to be overpowered.
FA Butterscotch - There's to back-up the VT Salted Caramel and add a little butteriness to it.
FLV Rich Cinnamon - Keeping it low as usual, potent stuff. But in my imagination, a sprinkle of cinnamon on a candied apple sounds delicious!
CAP Super Sweet - Helps pretty much about anything in this mix to make it all more bright.

Can be used as SnV (I do!) but if you feel the need to mellow out the cinnamon a little and let the caramel become more visible, leave it over night or a few days.

Enjoy!

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Profile: Lemon Meringue Tart

Background info: Recently, my wife and I decided to explore the "old part" of our city, where we've never really gone.
Here we found a cute little french inspired café named "At Konrad's".
We had some coffee and a slice of their in-house made lemon meringue tart. What a wonderful tart that was. So good, that I had to go home and see if I could make something like it.
This is it.

VT Lemon Meringue Tart does most of the work here, but it is helped along with FA Meringue, to make the meringue in it a tad stronger.
TFA Cheesecake (graham crust) is to help the cake filling it self and add a little to the crust, along with CAP Graham Cracker.
VT Yoghurt drink at 1.75% helps with the filling in both creaminess/very slight yoghurt-tang and helping the lemon.
Sweet cream for a slight bit of body.

I was planning on letting it steep for 7 days, but when I tried it on day 4 it was explosively good, so I suggest 4-5 day steep.

Enjoy! And feel free to drop a review if you like!

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Quick and easy 1-2-3 Strawberry Cheesecake.

Thanks to the LB Strawberry Cheesecake, this can pretty much work as SnV. I suggest give some steep over night, and you're good to go.
It's heavy on the strawberry, with exhale notes on the NY Cheesecake.
Good to go if you're in a hurry!

Been wanting to make a good licroice vape for a while.
I have tried some good commercial ones, I have tried to really awful commercial ones and now I want to make my own.

The star of the show here is CAP Licorice - it's from their Euro series. I feel it adds exactly what a licroice should add. A little salty, not just another word for an anise flavor. It's exactly what licroce in Europe kinda taste like.
To assist the licorice and add some texture and boost the sweet and salty flavor, I decided on VT Salted Caramel. It was either that or FW Salty Caramel, but FW Salty Caramel has a habit of turning everything into a sweet mess, so choice here was VT.
The ice cream part is basically LB Vanilla Ice Cream. It's assisted by TFA/TPA Vanilla Swirl to give it some smoothness and FA Milk and TFA/TPA Bavarian cream for a rounder flavor.

To make the creams blend in well, I suggest a 5 day steep, but this mix can be used as snv as well. It'll get creamier over time, but don't leave it for too long as the licorice will start to fade slightly.

Some credits goes to mlNikon for the inspiration and Humanpuck as we have discussed flavors (he's making his own version - http://alltheflavors.com/recipes/145179)

The idea here I got from mlNikon when she once mentioned a croissant with jam she had made (https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/95371#raspberry_jam_and_croissant_by_mlnikon).
I decided, that since I love jam and since I love croissants - why not make one too!
The choice of the jam was tricky, as I'm generally pretty tired of strawberry and raspberry this and that. I wanted something dark and deep.
So my obvious choice was blackberry, blackcurrant and boysenberry.
FA blackcurrant as it is potent like hell, so I keep it low and let VT Boysenberry do a little legwork.
In an attempt to make the "jam" a little more... jammy? I have set my heart in FA Maple Syrup. I feel it adds a little texture.

The FA Apple Pie has only one job and that is to bring a little crust to the croissants butter goodness.
CAP Graham Cracker is there for a little texture.

User: NordicFlavours Score: 5 Entered: about 2 months ago
Very, very nice and fresh. Good mouth feel. Love it!
User: NordicFlavours Score: 5 Entered: 20 days ago
No more. No Less. Simply perfection.
User: NordicFlavours Score: 2 Entered: 15 days ago
Way too aggressive on the Sweet Tangerine, which sadly makes this mix harsh. The pineapple, Kiwi and mango all gets muted by the tangerine. Makes it taste incredible synthetic and not particulary good.
User: NordicFlavours Score: 5 Entered: 4 days ago
The citrus combo here is what young people would call "da bomb". A truly perfect blend that doesn't need anything to carry it. This is really how sunshine tastes like and it's amazing.
User: NordicFlavours Score: 5 Entered: 2 days ago
This is some serious good stuff. I was scared, that the lime would completely overtake everything, but it didn't. 6% Yoghurt drink might seem high, but it suits the lime so very well. Good stuff!
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