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From @Queuetue : The Derringer is my choice for testing, in a mix or with a single flavor. Please support creative people by buying authentic atomizers, but I also keep a number of these clones from Fasttech on hand so I always have a an atomizer ready to go while I'm mixing.

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R08U57
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I was bored today and decided to dig through my box of flavors and see what I could throw together. I had so many different strawberry and banana flavors that I had ordered during sales and tossed in the flavor box but none were sounding appetizing. Once I found the Delosi huckleberry I knew what to do. Surely I couldn't go wrong with some SA Doughnut AKA Beignet, some custard, french vanilla and a fruit. But based on the notes I had read for SA Doughnuts and RF Deep Fried Twinkie I knew the two had to meet. The SA Doughnut and the RF Deep Fried Twinkie give me that greasy doughy sweet dense doughnut flavor and texture I love so much. The TPA Vanilla Custard (my CAP VC1 is still packed away somewhere) and CAP French Vanilla create the creme filling and the Delosi Huckleberry give it a nice sweet huckleberry note that is just delightful. Surprisingly great as a shake and vape and will only improve with at least 5 days of steeping.

5 members of the Simpson's family. 5 ingredients in sequential percentages.

5% SA Doughnut AKA Beignet - must have for any donut lover. see dazcoles notes on this flavor and why to use it as I don’t need to add any further to his existing notes on it.

4% FA WoW - I don’t know why this one went under the radar. It is likely because of how vague FA likes to be with some of their flavor names and profiles. At low percentages it is a lighter version of Joy IMO and from what I have been able to find it is supposed to be a jelly donut flavor with there being some debate as to whether its a strawberry or raspberry jelly note. At higher percentages the jelly note starts to emerge and I can’t quite put my finger on the exact fruit note other than a med-dark berry.

3% FA Zeppola - by now we have all heard of this one. If you can’t get a hold of SA Doughnut this has got to be IMO the next best doughnut concentrate. I’d say

3% would be the minimum concentration to use this flavor at. Nice fried dough taste with a hint of cinnamon and powdered sugar.

2% CAP Vanilla Custard - a low percentage of CAP vanilla custard helps to add to the mouthfeel of this recipe and thicken it up. Also used as such a low percentage and also because I’m not using it to have it’s flavor prominent really helps make this recipe more suitable as a shake and vape but really 3-5 days should be this recipe’s sweet spot.

1% FA Forrest Fruit - the 1 part of this recipe I really struggled with. did I want something to sweeten it? Something unexpected to make it less linear? Something to add a frosted or maybe a cream topping? Perhaps a coconut or powdered sugar dusting? I was really torn on that so knowing that the doughnut aspect of this recipe was where I wanted it to be what aspect of the existing ingredients did I want to have more presence. What would make it more enjoyable for my tastes? I finally arrived at FA Forrest Fruit. As all I knew about the fruit note in FA WoW was that it was some sort of dark berry I wanted to bring that note forward. INW black currant was considered as well but the amalgamation of various dark berries in FA Forrest Fruit made it my logical choice.

If you want powdered sugar note go with 1% OoO powdered sugar.

If you want a more jellied type fruit note go with 1% INW Shisha Strawberry.

If you want a coconut dusting go with 1% TPA Coconut Candy.

If you want a maple glazed note 1% FA Maple syrup does nicely. Lastly if you want a nice glaze note and even more depth added to the doughnut 1% FLV Milk and Honey makes a nice substitution.

Summer- To me it means time for the annual camping trip with fire and alcohol and food that can be cooked on a stick. All the best stories and ideas start with alcohol involved. This one would be the later. We had all the makings for a traditional smore on my last camping trip as well as the liquid ingenuity on tap. We also had Reese's peanut butter cups and bananas. Get where I'm going with this now? You would think the combo was thought up by someone under some other flammable influence.
Chocolate-peanut butter-banana smore
Chumbawumba
3% tfa peanut butter I get creamy generic peanut butter from this when the batch is a good one.
1% cap peanut butter brings the creamy peanut butter closer to the jif or Reese's type I know and love.
.25% flv milk chocolate this gives the Hershey's type milk chocolate syrup note to help give the melted milk chocolate taste of a smore.
2% tfa double chocolate clear while flv milk chocolate is good on its own right it can be a bully and we want some of that chocolate bar-not quite melted all the way taste.
3% fw graham cracker used this more than the usual 1% I tend to use it at to keep the crunchy Graham cracker present in this Uber smore.
2% tfa toasted marshmallow tgives you that perfectly even browned ocd compliant toasted campfire marshmallow taste.
3% tfa banana cream if you haven't tried putting sliced banana on a smore I recommend giving it a try. There isn't a plain ripe banana concentrate (that I've had to date) that doesnt get a "runty" note. This a treat and as such I want it to be candyish in terms of sweetness but creamy too to compliment the marshmallow.
1% .9% saline solution optional but I feel if you have any recipe with chocolate in it you'd be doing yourself a disservice without it.
.5% cap super sweet another optional one but the malic acid that it has and maltol tend to be another must have to help chocolate flavors.

Best after 5 days mainly due to the banana cream and peanut butter but surprisingly shake and vapeable.

I am in the process of moving so the only flavors I had handy to me are the ones that I have ordered since getting everything packed up. Now that I have explained why I used the flavors, allow me to explain what roles they play in this recipe.

I was going for a doughnut with toasted coconut powdered sugar topping and filled with raspberry cream.

I have been eager to try zeppola for several weeks now and it was torture to keep reading all the raving about it and not having got to try it myself. At 4% Zeppola makes the doughnut without a question. Not overly yeasty, sweet and bready with a hint of cinnamon and powdered sugar.
Anyone that knows me also knows that there is no other raspberry to consider than INW raspberry molina and at 1% it is noticeable but not overbearing. The only strawberry I had to compliment the raspberry was tpa organic strawberry which if I recall right is a vg based flavor. I overshot the median recommended percentage of the tpa organic strawberry due to the vg base but not too much as its only supposed to compliment the raspberry.
Zeppola already has a powdered sugar hint to it but I was worried that note would likely be drowned out by the cream choices I went with for the filling. I am new to OOO flavors but it was rumored that their powdered sugar might be used for the powdered sugar note that my favorite "premium" raspberry doughnut juice is (Hit That Juice Razzhole). 1% seemed a safe note as a smell test of it wasn't really a sweet aroma as I expected but definitely had an alcohol note.
OOO toasted coconut is also a new one for me and based on smell alone I knew I should keep the % low as I got the faintest sour note on the sniff test.
I love CAPs vanilla whipped cream as it is completely true to its title, real whipped cream with just the right amount of vanilla. I used it at 2% as its a lighter "fluffier" type flavor and I didn't want the custard notes I chose to make it too heavy in the cream department (if that makes any sense?).
I m also new to WF but all of their flavors have been very well accepted so I got the few that most suited my usual mixes. The caramel butter at 1% and the vanilla ruyan custard at 2% just create this nice sweet caramel type custard with a nice balanced vanilla note and the combo just edges on buttery/greasy.

Right after a shake and vape you get the dryness of the powdered sugar and the raspberry but the dryness that the powdered sugar creates seems to dry out/hide the cream notes and rather than that moist doughiness that you expect from a doughnut its more of a average cake type taste. I actually think it's the combo of the toasted coconut and powdered sugar that are making it "dry" initially.
This is going to require a steep of at least 2 weeks I would say to allow the custard and creams to wet down the powdered sugar note. By no means it is a bad vape at all but I can tell right off the bat that a steep is going to be necessary for this in its current form.

BTW vaping this max vg 3mg nude nicotine salts smooth at 20 watts and 480*F with fused ss clapton (28g cores 38g wrap 3mm coil 7 wrap) on the hadaly at .9ohm.

sub 4% cap ny cheesecake or 4% tpa cheesecake graham crust if you don’t have fw
sub 1% tpa graham cracker clear if you do not have fw
double chocolate clear and double dutch chocolate create a milk chocolate/brownie type taste that won’t overpower the cheesecake base. I have found that this combo of fw cheesecake and fw graham cracker create my favorite cheesecake base closely followed by cap ny cheesecake. Due to the chocolates this one can be a bit of a coil bunker but not too bad. tpa sweetener is I feel a necessity when using chocolates to keep them from going more towards the cocoa/bitter taste.

sub 4% cap ny cheesecake or 4% tpa cheesecake graham crust if you don’t have fw
sub 1% tpa graham cracker clear if you do not have fw
I am a inw raspberry molina junkie. in my opinion there is not a better single raspberry. it is sweet and authentic of a very ripe raspberry. as with most ink flavors (especially fruits) they are authentic to the point that some may even get the greens/leafy hint as if the fruit was eaten directly from the plant. the raspberry runner up for me is definitely tpa raspberry sweet, its like the raspberry sibling of tpa strawberry ripe. I find that it helps keep the raspberry balanced from being either too authentic or too artificial with its tart and sweet properties.
once again fa custard used for its slight lemon note that helps keep fruit flavors prominent even after a steep especially helpful in heavier cream type recipes. fw lemon meringue pie also helps to add to the texture and sweetness while assisting the raspberry brightness. if you do not yet have cap vanilla whipped cream just get it. it has replaced fa whipped cream not only because I think it tastes better but also because it is very readily available. i like whipped cream on any and all desserts and cap whipped cream gives me that dollop of sweet fluffy dairy goodness.

sub 4% cap ny cheesecake or 4% tpa cheesecake graham crust if you don’t have fw
sub 1% tpa graham cracker clear if you do not have fw
fa custard used for the lemon hint it has that can aid with keeping strawberry from getting drowned out from heavier cream type recipes. i have found fw blueberry to be the most complete/balances and versatile of any blueberry I have tried. It is a nice balance between a candy blueberry and a natural blueberry while leaning a little more to the candy taste which in my opinion is preferred when being used in a dessert. fa black currant is such a versatile flavor that all mixers should have. It pairs excellent with blueberry in lower percentages making it a bit more “authentic”.
lemon meringue pie used here not only because lemon and blueberry were meant for each other but it enhances the authenticity of the cheesecake. tpa dragonfruit also works to boost raspberry. tpa vanilla custard I use in nearly everything at 1% as its a fantastic sweetener that goes with everything for my tastes. if you do not yet have cap vanilla whipped cream just get it. it has replaced fa whipped cream not only because I think it tastes better but also because it is very readily available. i like whipped cream on any and all desserts and cap whipped cream gives me that dollop of sweet fluffy dairy goodness.

sub 4% cap ny cheesecake or 4% tpa cheesecake graham crust if you don’t have fw
sub 1% tpa graham cracker clear if you do not have fw
fa custard used for the lemon hint it has that can aid with keeping strawberry from getting drowned out from heavier cream type recipes. fw lemon meringue pie also helps to add to the texture and sweetness while assisting the strawberry brightness. I am so glad I discovered tpa organic strawberry. it is so authentic and paired with tpa strawberry ripe you end up with what has become my favorite strawberry combo. strawberry ripe is my favorite standalone strawberry but unfortunately it has a tendency of getting weaker/muted over time if the percentage used isn’t boosted, especially in custards and creams (hence the combo of it with tpa organic strawberry). tpa dragonfruit used to boost strawberry which was the first flavor enhancement tip I got when I started DIY and I continue to swear by its addition with raspberry and strawberry recipes. tpa vanilla custard I use in nearly everything at 1% as its a fantastic sweetener that goes with everything for my tastes. if you do not yet have cap vanilla whipped cream just get it. it has replaced fa whipped cream not only because I think it tastes better but also because it is very readily available. i like whipped cream on any and all desserts and cap whipped cream gives me that dollop of sweet fluffy dairy goodness.

I had a hard time going for something original with the flavors required. As I knew I could t cheat it and use undetectable amounts of some of the required ingredients. I've been looking for a good use of FLV chocolate Deutsch and I think this is on to something.

1% flv chocolate Deutsch is not too heavy but still present. It has a great dark chocolate taste with hints of coconut and dense cake.

.75% cap cinnamon danish swirl just to be enough to add to the dough and a slight cinnamon to the rest of the mix. This stuff is one of caps more potent flavors and I didn't want it's cinnamon note to take over.

1% JF fuji adds a subtle sweet crisp apple note. Not as tart as fa Fuji which I like in this case.

6% tpa Strawberry ripe. This flavor in my expirience has a tendency to due down and get overshadowed by other heavier flavors so I bumped this up a notch. For those not in the know this is a must have strawberry. Bright, sweet and authentic ripe as the name suggests.

2% JF Bavarian cream. This has become my favorite of any of the Bavarian creams. Sweet and thick with a slight caramel to it. I like my German chocolate cake with a good thick cream filling or covering and this accomplishes that.

Lastly 1% fa hazelnut. I love what hazelnut adds to strawberry flavors adding some authenticity and creaminess and this adds the creaminess and slight nut taste I wanted. I almost decided to go with fa coconut as should be present in German chocolate cake but since this isn't really a authentic German chocolate cake I left the coconut note up to the flv chocolate Deutsch.

A weeks worth of steep does this some good but is actually pleasant as a shake and vape.

This recipe has been entered in a contest: Beginner Blending MIXXED Round 1

A sweet bright and fruity rainbow sherbet from scratch. I was going to do something super simple with just fw rainbow sherbet and fw vbic and call it good but I wanted to take a NCM approach and use the individual flavor components of rainbow sherbet. Those flavors being raspberry, lemon, lime, orange and pineapple.
Cap lemon lime was the logical choice as it is nice and sweet and authentic to what a flat sprite or 7up would taste like. It's easy for some lemon flavors to overpower at first and then die down drastically over time but I needed to keep some of that citrus bite that is present in rainbow sherbet.

For the orange I used fw blood orange. No real particular reason why other than liking the juicy orange taste it imparts. It also adds to the citrus component complimenting the lemon lime but there is something else needed.

I was recommended to try using inw sparkling wine to add crispness by Rageisalotofwork but alas all I had was fa wine champagne which accomplished making it have a crisp verging on carbonated feel.

Finishing the citrus note unused fw pineapple natural at 3% instead of the inw exotic that I had used before. FW pineapple natural is nice and sweet ba ok dancing somewhere between a candy and natural pineapple kind of like the juice in a fruit cup.

Something citrus heavy mixes can tend to do it have a dryness to them, queue INW cactus. A must have for anyone that enjoys any fruit Vapes. It adds a nice wet mouth feel without distracting from the other flavors when used at lower percentages.

Due to the potency of the many citrus based components in this recipe I needed to boost the amount of flavor that was going to make up the ice cream part. FW vanilla bean ice cream has a nice blend of sweetness and creaminess leaning a touch more to sweet but lacking any "pepper" taste that I hear so many people getting from TPA vbic.

I've all but ditched using any sweeteners anymore and instead use cap or tpa vanilla frosting in its place. It does great in this recipe by complimenting the vbic and adding sweetness that tames any unpleasant bitterness or throat hit that can be caused by citrus heavy mixes.

As a shake and vape this is quite good but I would recommend at least a couple days steep time for the creaminess of the vbic to become more pronounced.

From @Queuetue : I find boston rounds to be the very best bottles for mixing and temporary storage. I use them for my VG and PG as well as on the scale while I'm making a mix. With a top that's easy to fill, easy to cap and with minimal access to air, I keep a bunch on hand for unflavored base, or whatever project I may be up to for handy, quick access.

The tip is small enough to use with most top-fill RTAs or RDAs as well.

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