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Zander
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My rendition of a Watermelon and Strawberry bubblegum- this time using all concentrates and not just FLV

FLV Bubble gum: versatile and non-intrusive pink bubblegum that won't bully the watermelon and strawberry. it's slightly chalky and so we use this relatively low.
FA Blenderize: This just fills out the bubblegum to create a fuller, fruitier backdrop to overlay the watermelon and strawberry with
FLV Watermelon: Perfect balance of authentic and candied watermelon with watery undertones that will help combat some of the chalkiness in the bubblegum and give that mouth-watering experience
OOO WatermelonBright, weet and canied this watermelon adds vibrant top notes to the FLV Watemelon and push this into candy territory
MB Strawberry: this is a versatile an quite authentic but used at this level is wont knock the profile off the candy cart. it fills the spaces around the watermelon and bubblegum to weave the strawberry into the profile without shining too much light on it. the intention is to blend the watermelon and the strawberry - the need to compliment the profile and not fight each other for territory.
CAP super Sweet - its a candy, thats how this works :)
Malic Acid:: when we used flv sweetness we we dealing with some off flavours that may surface due to the use of stevia and erythritol contained therein and we used FLV Lemon to offset that. when we use Super Sweet we dont have to mitigate this anymore but without the lemon we lose definition, a very low amount of Malic bring back the sharpness we are looking for that we lose excluding the FLV Lemon.

My rendition of a Watermelon and Strawberry bubblegum- less is more.

FLV Bubble gum: versatile and non-intrusive pink bubblegum that won't bully the watermelon and strawberry. it's slightly chalky and so we use this relatively low.
FLV Watermelon: Perfect balance of authentic and candied watermelon with watery undertones that will help combat some of the chalkiness in the bubblegum and give that mouth-watering experience
FLV Strawberry: this is a versatile with a good balance of the authentic fruit with light candy syrup tones. slightly floral but this serves this particular recipe well as it gives that just-opened-a-packet-of-gum smell which is perfect for this recipe - we going for a candy profile after all
FLV Sweetness: Its a candy and although the watermelon and strawberry is relatively sweet already we are just going to bump it a tad, for me FLV sweetness gets stronger on the steep, so we will use it in moderation
FLV Lemon: just to sharpen the profile a bit and mask some of the artificial tones in the sweetner

Pear and Bergamot Bubble milk tea

This is an adaptation of my Dewwy Boba recipe
https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/147663.

In this version we are sticking to the Bubble milk base and substituting the Cherry Blossom for Bergamot and the honeydew we are exchanging for pear.

I wanted to attempt the recipe with an Earl grey tea base with a soft creamy pear as top note.

This worked out wonderfully.

Blueberry and Orange Bubble milk tea

This is an adaptation of my Dewwy Boba recipe
https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/147663.

In this version we are sticking to the Bubble milk base and substituting the Cherry Blossom for honeysucle to create a syrupy floral to support the blueberry.

JF blueberry berry is juicy and is the perfect contrast to the vibrant and crisp FA Orange.

I have added a hint of fa billberry just to give the blueberry some depth

I love all of them... Yet to crown a winner.

Speckled Eggs

A Celebration of INW Milk Choc OG - R.I.P. 2017

Chocolate Layer INW Milk Choc OG and FW Milk choc creates a fairly realistic milk choc base and I have added some vanillin to add a bit more body... and by fairly realistic I mean as close as the concentrates at our disposal and my efforts to create a realistic milk chocolate got me.

INW Milk Choc translates more to a homemade chocolate milk to me than the real thing, but apart from perhaps MF Chocolate, this is a good as it gets. FW Milk choc has a plastic-y quality to to that with quite a tame milk choc flavour, I am using the to bend the INW to a commercial milk choc texture... the result is far from fantastic but yeah what ever... I used vanillin... no idea what brand, so lets pretend it TFA :) and sweetener is kind of a must here.

Candy Shell I am using a combination of FW VBIC, FW Jawbreaker and FA oba oba to achieve this. I wont claim its fantastic but does translate loosely to a candy shell. I have added a drop or two of FA Meringue for good measure. I am not sure if it really made a difference here, but I like the recipe as is and with limited amounts of INW Milk choc left I am not going to start experimenting,

Gummi, gooey goodness
I used a simple combination of fw swedish and fa rose to create the almost non-descript floral jelly candy flavour.

yeah so that is it, I hope this is not too disappointing a recipe - Look its a pleasant profile and a fun vape and anyone who have worked with chocolates know the milk choc territory is pretty much undefeated - hope you enjoy

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Dark, rich and rewarding tobacco . This ons is not for feint-hearted.

LB tobacco/Flv Conneticut shade - dark and morbid with deep fermented tones and accents of cloves and cardemon. In fact, it is so depressing it makes Norilsk seem like Disney land in spring.

We then drape the tobacco base in a macabre blanket of flv cured and minora blades while whimsically whisling to the tune of "Dress rehearsal rags" by Leonard Cohen.

Flv virginia - the sweet golden virginia provides the last sliver of hope that helps you cling on to your mortal coil.

FA black pepper - to burn your tongue, if you dare lick your wounds.

Its is a fantastically dark and rich tobacco profile with deep aromatic tones and a lingering tobacco aftertaste... Oh and it hits like a ton of bricks.

Blood Orange Margarita-ish club soda coctail

Base
I have chosen flv agave tequila, flv citrus soda as the base with a drop of extra lime to sharpen the profile.

FLV agave Tequila
I tequila low so as not to make it too boozy, go up to 0.75, if you so please.

FLV Citrus Soda
Stayed relatively low here to leave space for the rest of the flavours. Just used to break the monotony of the tequila. The flavours i selected to use with the tequila sits almost on the same spectrum and i needed something to just give the base some body and depth.

CAP Super Sweet
Along with the Citus soda helps give sweeteness and depth

FA Lime Cold Pressed
Just a dash of juicy lime to sharpen the profile. I chose cold pressed because its a nice sweet and juice lime. Not too zetsy, and no real bitterness. Didnt want to overload as the tequila is plenty bitter already.

Top Notes

FA Blood Orange
This is the star of the show. I love love FA blood orange. Sweet, crisp, loads of citrus high notes and not too deep "red toned" if that makes sense... I wanted a mid to high tone note here... To almost sit on the same spectrum as the tequila.

Accent

FW Ginger
Again sits on the same spectum as the blood orange and tequila. Together they come accross muddled and they almost translate to a new, unique flavour.Linear, dryish ginger with a tame ginger bite.

Note: ws-23 is a 25% dilution

Honeydewwy Bubble milk tea

Note: MF Honeydew = RAW honeydew*

I was playing around with RAW honeydew (I highly recommend it) and somehow triggered a memory of a peach&mango bubble tea I had a few years back during a visit to Frankfurt, Germany.

Its been 7 years and I hope my memory doesnt fail me with this intepretation. This is a first strike recipe and I don't really see any need to do more work on it. I really enjoy it and it hit the spot for me.

Cream layer
The top layer is going to be very light so i have a rare opportunity to really play with a good cream layer.

TFA Sweet cream - sweet and velvety
TFA Vanilla swirl - this will take away some of the weight but has the exact vanilla tone I am looking for
FA fresh cream - nondescript and used to undo the lightening effect of the swirl

Tea layer
FA black tea - strong and dark, exactly right for the profile although a tad bit earthy. I really love how the black tea lingers on your pallette, that is a quality I deem desirable for this specific profile.

TFA Green tea - breaks that earthyness and just give body and depth to the tea layer. While i wasnt specifically going for a matcha profile, I think it did a wonderful job and compliment the profile beautifully.

TFA Cherry blossom - bubble teas are ofter made with aromatic teas and i didnt feel the standard ceylon or bergamot or would go too well with the honeydew... So I chose cherry blossom, I felt that with the vanilla will help push the tea into the aromatic territory and I am very pleased with the result.

Dewwy layer
The top layer is very light so we are going in low and linear.

RAW Honeydew - light, authentic and creamy, simple and effective.

You can play around with this, chocolate, mango, peach, berries, coconut, hazelnut, almonds.. Even citrus... The possibilities are endless! stay low and you will get great results.

CAP Super sweet - helps mask some of the astringent top notes in the black tea but also helps in carrying the creams and vanilla.

So thats it. I'd love to get feedback on my attempt!

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This is my ctrl-z recipe. I enjoy developing complex and rough tobacco profiles but every now and then I need a reset as vaping "put-hair-on-your-palms" tobaccos can be quite taxing. This is an old favourite of mine that I keep coming back to... Especially when I am on a losing streak with my tobacco recipe development. So thats actually pretty damn often XD.

Ctrl-z is a simple ruyan 4 styled dessert profile with light tobaccos tones, a rich, smooth caramel top note and a custard base so moreish-ly dense and creamy, you almost have to chew before you inhale.

The Ruyan tobacco layer is made up of DIYFS Holy Grail RY4 and MB Melty Caramel. This combination makes for a rich and smooth caramel layer with light tobacco highlights. It creates almost a Caramel treat like quality which I absolutely adore.

The silky, smooth bourbon vanilla tones of DIYFS Holy Vanilla helps to smooth out the texture even further and helps to round out the caramel layer, which otherwise comes accross slightly linear.

For the dessert base I used FA custard premium. Not just because its a wonderfully smooth custard with loads of mouth feel and weight but also because its vanilla tone is the least intrusive which is very important in this specific profile because I really want the Holy vanilla to take the spot light.

This recipe is fantastic off the shake but it takes a week or so to really develop texture.

A warm, satured mango and peach catalan cream. Perfect rainy day vape.

I used a combo of Cap sweet mango and jf honey peach for the main profile. The combination of the juicy sunripened mango and the syrupy sweet honey peach creates a rich stone fruit layer.

For the custard base i wanted a rich and deep brulee-base (inw brulee and fa catalan creme) but with timid eggy tones courteousy of the Cap custard. Stole light carmalised sugar tones from the tfa caramel original and the soft, warm vanilla tones from the inw shisha vanilla.

I needed a light touch of sweetener to carry the profile.

I am half way through the bottle off the shake... I recon a moddest 3 day steep will help tame the mango and peach and allow It to settle in a bit

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