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.
Raspberry ripple deep fried ice cream.
Inspired by Sammy Fog.
Enjoy Proxima without the 4.25 light year travel.
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Just a Trix covered donut.
Cereal 27 anad silly rabbit are our cereal base. Silly rabbit is a fantastic trix flavor but is missing grain. Cereal 27 corrects this and adds nice body.
Zeppola and yellow cake are our donut base. Yellow cake adds a nice spice and Zeppola is the base of our donut.
Lightly spiced and fried to perfection.
Lastly, CCI adds a bit of sugar and mouthfeel to the mix.
Remix of monster Melon/Moma Melons.
I wanted to remix the fruits of this recipe without losing the original focus.
The addition of honeydew is credited to Jennifer Jarvis. She used TFA honeydew, I quite like JF honeydew however. It's smoother and doesn't melt plastic.
The half point of Flv cantaloupe rounds the body of the Melon and takes a bit of the tang away from it.
Cap lime fits into the candy/drink profile I was shooting for with this remix. It adds a nice layer of sweet and acid missing from the original mix.
The EM is really to blenderize the mix together and round any harsh spots.
Too much flavor was lost with mts vape wizard to be viable here imo.
All together, this is a satisfying near summery vape with a lot of flavor and complementery flavors..
The single best froot loops you'll vape.
2 week steep minimum.
Who doesn't love fruit loops?
First we start with our loop base.
Using Fw flakes/loops and tfa circles make for a great sugary base.
You can omit the Fw flakes if you're scared of the sugar syrup.
AP adds a touch of grainy flavor, you can sub 2% tpa or Fw rice crispy type in place of AP.
Cap lemon meringue pie finishes our loop base and starts our creamy milk.
Holy vanilla is our secret weapon for our milk base. At this low of a percentage it has a fantastic milky flavor and is lightly sweet.
Sweet cream deepens out the milk flavor.
Vienna cream is a necessity of this recipe, it blends fantastic with HV And whipped cream creating a wonderfully unique and balanced cream/milk flavor.
Oba Oba is the secret ingredient of this recipe. Honestly, I won't tell you what it does. You'll have to taste that yourself.
The Bavarian cream is here to complement the milk base and add more sweetness to the mix. The light caramel notes you'll taste create that sugar coating on the loops/flakes.
For an optional kick, add 0.25% FA Bergamot to the mix.
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A fruit and yogurt cake parfait.
Cap creamy yogurt is at this high of a level to shine through the other bold flavors.
It adds a tartness that would be missing otherwise.
Layered with cinnamon spice cake and fresh fruit.
The Fuji and ripe make this layer nicely.
Honeysuckle adds a bit of depth and sweetness needed in this mix.
The strawberry is two fold in this recipe.
the Eythl malto in it helps to tame and smooth the cinnamon and yogurt, while not muting them.
Along with being a necessary flavor for this competition.
Dragonfruit juicifies the strawberry and Fuji while not changing the flavor of the mix much.
Lemon meringue pie helps pop the fruit a touch more while adding a subtle complexity to the yogurt and boosting out cinnimon crumble.
Sucrolose was NN 5% in VG.
This is needed to finish taming the yogurt and not leaving a "Dry" feeling in your mouth from the Ripe and yogurt.
Im sure you guys'll hate this, but tried LOL.
Thanks for hosting this contest for everyone!
1 month steep.
Good shake and Vape but lacks complexity.
Blooms nicely after one week.
I adore rice crispy treats.
My mom would make them with caramel ice cream syrup.
FW crispy rice is a great rice crispy.
It is our base in this recipe. I played with several versions of this recipe and found 6% to be the sweet spot. It's a weaker flavor, so under 3.5 % it's almost unnoticeable. At 7+ it's too dry to be enjoyable to me.
0.5% AP adds the grain we're missing from the flavor.
Our marshmallow base is 4 ingredient deep.
First, the main flavor cap new marshmallow. This is a fantastic jet puffed marshmallow flavor.
It's however a tad flat in complexity. A small percent of meringue helps with that. Adding that dry marshmallow texture/flavor. It's hard to describe. Cap new marshmallow is great, like marshmallow cream. But it's missing that corn starchy flavor on the outside. Go lick a jet puffed marshmallow and you'll understand what I'm talking about.
Next is the cap vanilla custard & golden butter. This is the melted butter base. The custard adds a wonderful mouth feel and fullness to mix
The butter is obligatory for our flavor to work.
Next is fw caramel candy.
This is my favorite caramel. It's well rounded and flavorful.
At 1% it's just enough to "drizzle" the top.
Sucralose I feel is 100% necessary for this mix to work.
I have not tried it with erythritol as of yet and pyure/other stevia do NOT complement this recipe.
If using cap super sweet, drop the percentage to 1.