After seeing Tootall rave about WF Glazed Donut I had to give it a go. I've got some others in the works but I feel like this one is good enough to release as is. Nothing ground breaking here and thanks to Goldfish18's Dunkaroos most of the leg work was already done, if you haven't tried it you need to mix it now.
What I'm going for is a light airy glazed donut covered with a rich frosting and an Oreo crumble on top. No notes really needed here. Just enjoy. I gave it a 5 day steep.
It's been a while since I've released anything. Kind of been in a lull where I only make juice to vape not for fun. That being said I've got some ideas. This is something I mixed a while back and didn't really think anything of it. Well after a month steep it is absolutely amazing.
My idea was to make a boysenberry maple syrup based custard as well as try some new flavors out that I hadn't used.
The syrup - the boysenberry can be quite strong and off putting so blueberry was added to round it out a bit, and the maple syrup is there well....to you know make it a syrup
Custard - I believe I had pulled the custard idea from dewey and it works well, Oak Milk i felt bridged the gap between the syrup and the custard to make it a more cohesive flavor.
You can vape this after a week or two, but the boysenberry is strong. If that's your thing absolutely go for it but after a month that rich custard comes through and the maple tones down a bit.
Alright so let me preface with this.....it's a weird flavor that I'm probably crazy for trying to create. Again its weird and odd, but came out good enough that I thought I should share it with the world.
It's a sweet potato and brown sugar chip covered in dark chocolate.
The chip - after getting FLV Yam in my first thought after tasting was those new sweet potato and brown sugar Sun Chips, so I figured why the hell not. At 1% it seemed to be enough to get sweet potato but not overtake everything into sweet starch. It needed help so CAP Cereal 27 at 2.5% adds some grain to it, and INW Biscuit at 0.5% for a bit of crunch. Add a little TFA Brown Sugar Extra and a touch of FA Caramel and BOOM! Sweet potato and brown sugar chips.
The chocolate - I wanted a dark chocolate for my coating and HS Australian Chocolate and I have a lot of history so it was my go to, but a little FLV Milk Chocolate keeps it from going dry and chalky. I feel the tiny bit of FA Caramel helps to bridge the chip and the chocolate a bit as well.
As far as steep? Shit I can't really answer that. I mixed this up and stayed far away from it until I got ballsy enough to try it. It's had about 3 weeks and I'd say that's plenty. I'm sure you can get by with a week steep. Good luck and god speed.
Name inspired by the band The Dali Thundering Concept.
I normally don't release a recipe so quick, but I mixed this up yesterday on a whim and god damn did it come out perfect. I'm going for a melon mint gum. I didn't want an actual bubblegum flavor, more of an orbit or trident style gum. So I went with RF Taffy base and TPA Marshmallow to get the actual gum portion. Everything else fell into place right where it needed to be. Summer is right around the corner and I see this in my regular rotation so give this one a try if this sounds like something you might enjoy. Shake and vape approved.
So my love affair with MF Raspberry Wild continues. Feel free to swap it out with your favorite raspberry just know it won't be the same. I also don't expect any one to go out and order MF Raspberry Wild since it's so fucking expensive. Originally I was going for a raspberry shake with chunks of chocolate, but it ended up leaning more towards an actual ice cream. The first few days its vanilla ice cream with chunks of raspberry flavored dark chocolate, around a week it becomes ice cream with ripples of raspberry and chunks of dark chocolate. So basically vape this whenever and you choose what stage you like it best at.
So a few years ago I was a mixer for a local shop in KC, my one condition to mixing for this shop was that I get to create my own juice line. Aftermath E-Liquids was born. The original flavor was the #1 selling juice in the shop for about a year. The owner and I parted ways about a year and a half ago, but the original recipes are still on the shelf at in stores. So instead of posting the OG recipe I decided to do a remix of it. In my eyes it's about perfect.
It's a apple bread pudding. Thabks to Max Dixon and his recommendation of Baked Bread this recipe is 100% complete and perfect in my eyes. I feel like everything in the recipe is pretty much self explanatory so I'm going to skip actual notes. Just enjoy!
Does great after a shake, but even better after 5 days.