So back To my normal overly layered self. Lol. This is supposed to be a Irish cream pudding parfait! The parfait is supposed to be made up of oatmeal cookie chunks, candied pecans and small chunks of buttered toffee!!$$$😯😉😋 Now I have let 4 people do a blind taste test with this recipe and everyone of them tasted something different and none of them were even close to what the profile is supposed to actually be but one thing is for sure they all thought it was decadently delicious!! Hence the name decadence!!
So this is what and why:
Irish cream pudding = This is a simple combination of Irish cream Flavorah and vanilla pudding Flavorah. The vanilla whipped cream is more of topping but I would be a fool if I thought you could separate the whipped cream topping from the Irish cream pudding they carry to many of the same properties. But I do think the vanilla whipped cream makes the Irish cream pudding just a touch creamier and a little more of a vanilla taste. Others have said they taste coffee or chocolate but as you see there is no chocolate or coffee in this recipe.. Lol. But who is complaining chocolate and coffee flavors usually suck and this definitely doesn't suck its different and good in my opinion. I even had someone say they tasted popcorn.. Now I don't get popcorn at all but Id10t does describe coffee flavors as tasting like burnt popcorn so hey I guess if someone is tasting coffee then hey popcorn isn't that far off or is it??? Lmao 😂😜
The parfait layer:
For the oatmeal cookie I used in my opinion the best and one of the only good oatmeal cookie flavors. Yesi know I know its a real flavors super concentrate and yes its great!!! Its the only oatmeal cookie I want just oatmeal cookie no raisins or chocolate just oats and cookie. The candied pecans I made with butter pecan by fw and toffee by Flavorah. The toffee by Flavorah works as the buttered toffee chunks and the candied part of the pecans and at a whopping .50%. The rich cinnamon adds a dusting of cinnamon sugar over the top of this decadent treat. The rich cinnamon also works nicely with the butter pecan by fw and the oatmeal cookie . if you want more cinnamon add .05% or a drop per 30ml bottle more of rich cinnamon by Flavorah..
I used .35% sweetness by Flavorah but feel free to use or don't use whatever sweetener you prefer.
This is a bit strange it tastes really good immediately but it blends together and blooms into this decadently delicious layered Vape treat!! 😳😳😝😜😋😋 I would say its at its best after 5days for sure but its really good on a shake as well lol.
Well I must have bumped my head because here is yet another simple 4 ingredient mix. Well actually its 3 ingredients and sweetener. A huge difference from my usual layered madness lol. Any way this is a peanut butter pudding with banana chunks cut up in it. Most of my recent recipes I haven't been listing sweetener in the ingredients list due to it not affecting the flavor and it being your choice. Well it's still your choice if you use sweetener but its my opinion that with peanut butter vapes sweetener is necessary to make the peanut butter not so dry. I use Flavorah sweetness always because its my preferred sweetener .25%-.50% is always enough for me but feel free to use whatever your preferred sweetener is at your preferred percentage but if you haven't tried Flavorah sweetness I would suggest trying it. I personally bought a 4oz bottle of sweetness from Flavorah direct because I like it so much.
This is a mix i make for my wife hence the dragon lady name lol. I hope she doesn't have an all the flavors account to see her fruit mixes name lmao!😂😂😈 Anyway all jokes a side this is a delicious simple bright fruit mix. Its great on a shake but perfect after a 24 hour rest. Nothing mind blowing here just a delicois mix that's not overly complex and a great shake and Vape!!! I used .25% Flavorah sweetness feel free to use a sweetener of your choice. This is not a mix that requires sweetener to taste good so totally a personal preference.
RUBBLE ROCK = "a fruity pebbles experience"
So I probably should have released this a long time ago!! The only problem is I keep adjusting the percentages ever so slightly. Well I guess eventually I have to be satisfied because this combination of fruits is the closest fruity pebbles flavor I have personally tried but getting the milk right has been the tricky part. So here it is my fruity pebbles and milk I like to call it "Rubble Rock".
The recipe and the reasons why:
So I was developing so!e flavors for a client and stumbled upon the fact that fw blueberry and lemon meringue pie mixed together tastes extremely close to fruity pebbles. I find that the work anywhere from 1.5% -2% both mixed equally or giving the lemon meringue pie a slight edge ahead of the blueberry depending on how strong you want your fruity pebbles flavor. Its missing just a little something and that something is 1% flavor art Mandarin. Well I guess its missing a little something else which is the grainy aspect of the cereal and for that I used 1.25% rice crunchies. Now this works well but I can't help but think there is a better option out there but I have this 4 oz bottle of rice crunchies tfa so I kind of wanted to use it and it works damn good don't get me wrong. Its like I said I have been making this recipe in some form for a while and not releasing it due to being to critical of the recipe when its already spot on fruity pebbles. So next I had to figure out the milk aspect I have done many different combinations of creams and this was the simplest one because I have the tendency to layer the shit out of things and this simple yet affective combination works. If you want your milky cream a little thicker add some capella new York cheesecake at a low percentage or just play around with your milk combination of choice. Me I used 2% cream milky undertones by ooo and 1% sweet cream by flavorah.
With this mix it is definitely not necessary to use sweetener because the lemon meringue pie fw is really sweet!!! Me I used sweetener anyway .35% of Flavorah sweetness which is the only sweetener I use I figured even though it is sweet already its fruity pebbles cereal which is supposed to be sweet!! ENJOY
This is supposed to emulate a ice cream sandwich using caramel popcorn slabs as the outer sandwich and vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt in the middle. I thought they looked and sounded delicious so why not make it into a vape juice flavor???? So I did and here it is!!! ENJOY!!!!
So I have been playing with this profile for a little while each time the recipes were really good but each time I wanted to adjust a few things keeping the main ingredients the same. The thing I kept adjusting was the popcorn percentage and the ice cream and or combination to make the ice cream. I found with the popcorn .75% was a little weak and 1.25% was a little strong with a butaric note so I met in the middle at 1%. Flavorah popcorn mixed with caramel rice crispy treat makes a perfect caramel corn flavor. So once I had that perfect its on to the ice cream I did a version with just 5% LB vanilla ice cream and it worked and was good but I am just not a huge fan of LB vanilla ice cream but it is a viable substitute for my ice cream combination. I also tried a thicker more buttery ice cream mixture using tfa and the was OK but still not what I wanted pet say. Lately I have been playing with wonder flavours sc frozen yogurt and what I have found is that 2% of wfsc frozen yogurt and 2% vanilla cream extra it works in almost all the places you would use a vanilla ice cream concentrates. I used frozen yogurt at 2.5% because the caramel popcorn is a strong flavor combination and figured a little extra creaminess could only help the ice cream come through the caramel corn aspect of this recipe.
Sweetener: Use it or don't use it it doesn't matter to me its an additive for a reason. I am possibly going to only list sweeteners In my recipes if the recipe absolutely must have it to taste right. This is not one of those mixes but I still used .35% of Flavorah sweetness but you use or don't use your sweetener of choice. Flavorah sweetness is my favorite sweetener and the only one I use now.
This is my Hazelnut filled Baklava!! I really like this recipe!!
I don't have time to right out my flavor notes as of now but this needed to be shared!!! I have an atomizer I usually always vape nutty recipes out of and its always in my rotation. I have a feeling this recipe will be in my nutty atomizer for a while because this checks all the boxes that I wanted to check!!!!✔✔✔✔💯
I know baklava is most commonly made with pistachio but hazelnut isn't unheard of and it just vapes better!!
I had a 5 day steep listed when this juice is so much better after a 10+ day steep. It is great after 5 days Burr it gets even better. I have experienced this with other nut flavors I have made and with those I prefer a 30+day steep. So I imagine that this flavor will work the sa!e way so if you have some around still after 30 days it will be magical. ENJOY!!!!
Blueberry bread pudding!!!! You may want to boost the blueberry but for me it hits all the check points and is delicious!!! Hopefully you enjoy it as much as I do. There's a touch of cinnamon and a slight butterscotchy note as well. The vanilla custard is used for the egg aspect along with a touch of vanilla. This is totally vapable on day 3 but it really holds its own after 5 days of steeping. Enjoy!!!
So yes this is an expensive bunch of flavors to obtain But they are all great flavors and are a must have must use!!!!
This is a passion fruit creme brulé. The passion fruit is on the lighter side of things. The recipe I was following only uses passion fruit juice to add a little complexity to a creamy rich treat. I created this passion fruit juice with Flavorah passion fruit and lime wedge. The lime wedge is used to brighten up the passion fruit a bit because flv passion fruit is a lighter flavor that needs a little kick.
My creme brulee:
I used an obvious combination of inawera creme brulee and custard. This combination could probably pull off the recipe alone but I personally like them with a little creaminess and sweetness. I used flavor art meringue as if it was my sugar and I used Flavorah sweet cream to add creaminess. The meringue helps the sweet cream with the creaminess as well.
Now this is delicious directly after a shake but it is slightly better after a 3 day steep. Enjoy!!! And sorry about the price. But I don't think you can put a price tag on delicious!!!! Not to mention even with the price of these ingredients your still paying less than $2 a 30 ml of mixed juice SO STOP BITCHING and mix this delicious recipe!!!
This is my blueberry trifle!! I am very pleased with how this recipe turned out. I really like this recipe and I hope you do too!!!!There are many types of trifles this one is layered with blueberries, vanilla pudding, whipped cream and pound cake. How can you go wrong???
I love this blueberry combination I have been developing a few recipes lately and this combination of flavor west blueberry and Flavorah blueberry muffin is the perfect blueberry for me. I love it.
The pudding and whipped cream:
Obviously I used Flavorah vanilla pudding for the pudding. For the whipped cream I used a combination of Bavarian cream by tfa and vanilla cream extra by wonder flavours. The Bavarian cream helps the vanilla pudding a bit as well.
The pound cake:
I used Flavorah pound cake and real flavors sc sugar cookie. I will say it again real flavors sugar cookie is awesome with or in any cake. It brings out a fluffy cakey goodness like no other.. If you don't have or haven't used it you should be using it and or getting some.
Sorry for the brief description I have been so busy at work with broken frozen plumbing pipes I can't see straight and I am surprised I wrote anything.😉 I really liked this on day 3 but its slightly better by day 5 but anyway I really enjoy this and thought you would too. So her it is my blueberry trifle.
Flavorah sweetness is just my choice of sweetener use whatever brand you prefer or none at all totally your call!!!