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Coconut Honeysuckle Ice Cream

MIxers' Club January Entry

This months assignment was to broaden our horizons, chose a profile you have not previously done and develop a recipe. The only profile I haven't touched on, or at least made a concentrated effort towards was Florals.

My original idea was Coconut and Honeysuckle Rice. I was excited by the prospect because it was an outside of the box recipe and rice was another profile I didn't get to mess with. However, this fell flat on it's face. I just could not get it to work together the way I was intending too. My original intention was a dry cooked rice, but FE Sweet Rice just can't do that on its own, it was leaving me with almost Coconut Rice Krispies in cream. I didn't have the flavors to get it to where it needed to be but if I was to revisit that concept, I think VT Rice Base or FLV Starch Base would be a solid step.

At an earlier point in time I was chatting with @isuamadog and he told me about Macapuno Ice Cream. Something I have never heard of. Immediately after the rice fell flat on its face that was the first thing I had thought of. Apothecary Elixirs (RIP) used to make a really damn good Coconut Honeysuckle Ice Cream and after closing up shop there is obviously no way to get it anymore so I decided to attempt my own version. While we were supposed to be outside of our comfort zone and Ice Cream is clearly my comfort zone it felt a little cheaty . However, I wanted to make coconut and honeysuckle happen. And thus Midnight was born.

Flavor Notes:

LB VIC + HS VIC + TFA VS - The obvious. A super creamy slightly malty ice cream base. I was actually extremely surprised at how well the coconut paired up with the ice cream and brought this to a whole new level.

FLV Sweet Coconut and FA Coco'- This is my go to Coconut blend right here. If I'm doing a coconut recipe it will involve these two flavors. I usually start off at a 2:1 ratio and adjust the individual percentages according to the recipe. The combo brings a nice bold coconut flavor with next to no "sunscreen" off note.

FLV Coconut- Like most FLV stuff this one is a powerful flavor. Just a touch of this into the pairing of coconut brings a little bit of a coconut butter to add a bit of thickness to the coconut.

TFA Honeysuckle- Brings a little juicy sweetness in with a subtle floral note to wrap up the mix.

I've made a few minor adjustments to the recipe since the start. Playing with the coconut percentages as well as the honeysuckle. I have not yet, but I want to try and lower the Ice Cream Trinity to see how everything else plays with that. While I don't think lowering the ICT is exactly necessary as the mix is at a pretty good point where it is, I want to try that out just to see what happens. I did try and add some WS23 into it to see how it is cold, and 2 drops to a 15ml absolutely ruined the mix. It mutes basically everything but a bit of Coconut and Cream so that's a no go.


Rest In Peace HHGv1.

This is a spin off of our (@isuamadog and I) first “take something that shouldn’t be with HHG RY4 and put them together” recipe. Instead of taking the custard route we took the cheesecake route. We took Alfred’s Cheesecake Trinity and the main components of Lime Ar Why Fore and stuck them together and it turned out fantastic!

Rest In Peace HHGv1.

@isuamadog and I wanted to take RY4 and something that shouldn’t belong with RY4 and make it work. That brought us to VT Shisha Lime and INW Custard. A little TFA Brown Sugar to bolster the RY4 and a little Cap Vanilla Whipped Cream to add some sweet fluff on top. It just works, trust us!


Profile- Pineapple White Chocolate RY4

A Final Farewell To Holy Holy Grail RY4 v1.

Like most times I'm coming up with a recipe I was in the mood for something weird and very different. I haven't messed with DFS HHG all that much and wanted to do so. I also haven't used VT Love (White Chocolate) much either. Naturally...lets put them together. I was going through my fruits and trying to figure out what would go well with a RY4 and White Chocolate. For some reason Pineapple stood out to me big time....so away we go!

There isn't a whole lot of complexity to this recipe and I was happy with the choice of flavors so at this point it was just a matter of nailing down percentages.

INW Pineapple/Cap Golden Pineapple- This is my favorite Pineapple combo. Cap Golden is the nice sweet slightly candied pineapple which blends really nicely with the more prickly realistic INW Pineapple. INW is a weak bitch of a flavor but it does really well at 5%.

DFS HHG- There ain't much to say here. It's delicious. Some Vanilla, some Caramel, tiny bit of bacco. Can't go wrong!

VT Love (White Chocolate)- I've fallen in love with this flavor. Nice and rich, thick almost creamy white chocolate. I prefer this to LBs White Chocolate because it isn't even close to as coconut heavy as LBs version. I love coconut, but it just doesn't belong here.

V1- I started with 7% DFS HHG, 3% Cap Golden Pineapple, 5% INW Pineapple and 2.5% VT Love. The HHG wasn't as pronounced as I was hoping for and the White Chocolate was a tad buried. The Pineapple blend was perfect just where it was.

V2- Because both HHG and the White Chocolate were not as prominent as I hoped for I bumped the HHG to 8% and the WC to 3%. This was a step in the right direction. I liked where the WC was at but the the HHG was overpowering the Pineapple blend.

V3- I decided to split the difference for the HHG and go with 7.5% enough to keep it out front but not enough to drowned out the pineapple. 3% Cap Golden Pineapple, 5% INW Pineapple, 3% VT WC and I'm in Heaven. I've mixed 2 or 3 30mls of this version within the last couple weeks and cannot get enough of it.

So the twist. Sometime in the middle of developing this recipe, DIY Flavor Shack for whatever reason...announced HHG will be getting a V2 with no more V1. This blows. I've started testing HHG V2 and so far I'm finding it lacks the body that V1 has. I'm not terribly sure how it will affect this recipe. However, I do plan on mixing up a batch with V2 to see what tweaks will need to be made to get it as close to this delightful version. So, on that note. Mix this shit up because I can confidently say its one of the best ways to use up the rest of your V1 HHG ;).


Profile - Creamy Pistachio Ice Cream with Chunks of Pistachio.

Pistachio was the FOTW, Odie gave me the idea of taking the FOTWs and throwing them into The Ice Cream Trinity to see what happens. I didn’t have any Pistachio flavors on me at the time, so I jumped on BCF and ordered TFA Pistachio and WF Pistachio Cream. At the same time that I had whipped up a V1, @ID10-T messaged me asking how I felt about making a Pistachio Ice Cream. Apparently along with being a flavor Guru he’s a mind reader too. Now the pressure is on to get this right.

Version 1 – I started with The Ice Cream Trinity as the base. My SFTs of TFA Pastachio and WF Pistachio Cream were promising. I went with 5% TFA Pistachio and 2% WF Pistachio Cream. This was a really solid starting place but the dairy side of WF Pistachio Cream was drowning out all the work TFA was putting into the mix.

Version 1.2 – With some bullshitting with @staybert about this, he said after talking to @shyndo he went balls to the wall 8% TFA Pistachio and it worked out gloriously. It just needed something to round out the flavor being that high. TFA Vanilla Swirl already being in the Trinity covered that nicely. I dropped the WF Pistachio Cream to 1% hoping to still be able to grab the awesome flavor from it but not bring to much dairy to the table. Still, drowning under cream.

Version 2 – I took a new approach with this one and dropped the WF completely. Can it be that simple? 8% TFA Pistachio plus the Ice Cream? Not so much, it was a big improvement from V1 but I still wanted more of a pop from the nut.

Version 2.1 & 2.2 – Next attempt was to focus on the actual nut aspect. I went two different ways with this one. One version with .25% TFA Acetyl Pyrazine and one with .5% FW Hazelnut. Obviously FW Hazelnut has a bit of a milky/dairy side to it, but I was hoping keeping it down low enough would bring the nut with out the milk. V2.1 was just what I was looking for! V2.2….meh. Was good, but back to square one with too much dairy. Acetyl Pyrazine was they key for this for sure. .25% wasn’t doing exactly what I wanted so I bumped it up .5% and set it aside to steep. Came back to it a week later and it was fantastic!

Version 2.1 Tweaks – I was super happy with where the recipe was at but just for shits and giggles I wanted to throw a couple things at it and see what happened.

  • WS23 @ .5% - It was good, mimics the cold punch you get when you take a bite of ice cream. However, I agree with @ID10-T the cold is funky with the nut, and I feel it distracts from everything else. So scratch that.

  • FA Pistachio @.5% - Nope nope nope. Took this in a weird, dry, almost roasted direction.

So instead of going insane, and trying to fuck with something that was already delicious I settled on Version 2.1. The only other thing I’m possibly going to try is adding a bit of FLV Pistachio because I’ve heard its dead on authentic Pistachio which should work really damn good here.

LB VIC, HS FVIC, and TFA Vanilla Swirl - These make up the delicious Ice Cream Base. The Vanilla Swirl also helps round out the high percentage of TFA Pistachio.

TFA Pistachio - Well, this is kind of a given. A purely delicious and versatile Pistachio flavor. The absolute star of the show.

TFA Acetyl Pyrazine - I used this to boost up the nut aspect of TFA Pistachio up and over the Ice Cream.

All and all, give this a good week steep and enjoy!


Profile: Jammy Dark Berries and Tobacco

Preface: "I do not like tobaccos" is what I told myself for the longest time. I'm still not convinced I do like them. But Cabin, even though it's not a true tobacco, changed my mind. It's got me wanting to play with tobaccos a bit more. Finally, after like 3 or 4 separate orders I was able to get my hands on FLV Jammy Berry. When I got it and smelled it, I was instantly reminded of those Backwoods Berry Cigars. Ya know, those cheap ass gas station ones that come in a pack of like 5 and look like shitty blunts? Yeah those. Thus this idea was born, not exactly a Berry Cigar, but just a quick and simple Berry Tobacco.

FLV Jammy Berry - The star of the show. It's doing all of the leg work here, bringing the blend of dark berries building a main note.

FA Blackcurrant - Mainly just here to back up the Jammy Berry add a bit more depth and jammyness.

FLV Virginia - Sweet leafy sorta tobacconess. I pushed this up to 4% because the Jammy Berry and Blackcurrant are a somewhat powerful duo and it worked out wonderfully. Virginia falls blissfully to the tail end of the mix to wrap it all up.

I haven't had a bottle last me more than a week, but within that week, nothing silly has happened. Shake it. Vape it. Enjoy it!

There ain't a whole lot of crazy complexity or fancyness going on here. Just a simple and delicious Berry Tobacco for even the tobacco haters. As the always lovely @mlNikon would say...." ***ing mix it up!"


Crunchy cinnamon cereal with a splash of milk. Throw it in a drawer for a week and then vape away!


Okay, so here is where the development notes should go. Bad news. There are none. I spit out one idea as a starting point and u/AlfredPudding and I mixed it. The end result was "perfection" as he described it. There's nothing to add, there's nothing to take out. It's a perfect balance of cream, vanilla, butter, and egginess. Imagine eating a spoonful of vanilla ice cream, you swallow it but you still have that delightful leftover flavor of ice cream in your mouth. This is that, it tastes exactly like you just ate a spoonful of ice cream.

LB VIC- Brings the creamy, lighlty eggy, butter notes.

TFA Vanilla Swirl - Brings the vanilla soft serve-esque rich vanilla cream.

HS FVIC - Brings the texture to wrap it up. A little bit of malty vanilla on the tail end.


Creamy Vanilla and Lemon blended Ice Cream with a hint of Basil.


A blend of citrus. Super refreshing for those hot Florida days!

User: eyemakepizza Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
The most unusual pairing of flavors, that make an awesome juice. Both the Apricot and Peach version are excellent. Though INW Grape isn't a grape flavor, but a "purple" flavor, I fell in love with it. Between the two I'd say the Peach version is better, but that's a bit biased because peach is my favorite flavor. Don't let that discredit the Apricot version though, it's seriously good but in a different way. All in all, a very good grape/purple flavor with a hint of peach/apricot and mango on the end! Three simple flavors. 6% and a fantastic juice.
User: eyemakepizza Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
You look at the list of flavors and think "no...this cannot be Cola." Well guess what...it is. Seriously, this is the most impressive juice I've ever had the pleasure of vaping.
User: eyemakepizza Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
I hate tobaccos. I fought Alfred on trying this. He insists it's not a tobacco. I call bullshit, **3% Virginia**, looks like a tobacco to me! Well, I admit defeat. He's right. In theory, it's a tobacco, in practice...this is a beautifully amazing flavor. Max nails it with "this is fall in a bottle." The Apple Filling is gently backed up by the sweet leaves of the Virginia. Just a nice hint of pear to let you know its there but also provide some body to everything else in the mix. Seriously 11/10 on this excellent flavor.
User: eyemakepizza Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
An absolutely fantastic custard. Ditch the Cap VC, fuck a steep, mix this shit up and enjoy a damn good custard.
User: eyemakepizza Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
This is an awesome Tropical Yogurt. The pineapple blend plays off the kiwi so well and its splashed into an always lovely chilled yogurt. It's a super refreshing, perfect warm weather juice.
User: eyemakepizza Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
Spot on Orange Dreamsicle. Perfect amount of chill and while fantastic as a S&V, give it a day for the Blood Orange to mellow out and it is absolutely perfect.
User: eyemakepizza Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
This recipe single handily changed my mind on booze mixes. Very well done!
User: eyemakepizza Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
An awesome tropical twist on a delicious vanilla ice cream. As a shake and vape the mangoes are super forward and dominate the pineapple. Give it a week and the pineapple punches forward to make this excellent s&v an even more tasty recipe! A+
User: eyemakepizza Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
The picture for this recipe sums it up perfectly. The waffle, the butter, the syrup, the blueberries, they're all there. The only thing the juice doesn't have that the picture does is the cardboard box and well....that's a good thing!
User: eyemakepizza Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
i happen to like Max.
User: eyemakepizza Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
I'm not entirely sure how to explain whats going on here... You know the Chris Pratt meme "I don't know whats going on, and at this point I'm too afraid to ask" ? That's this recipe. It's delightfully, deliciously blue. I'm not going to pretend I know what the TFA Pistachio is doing or what the JF Yellow Cake is doing. But they're doing something and they're doing it well. 10/10
User: eyemakepizza Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
I had the pleasure of tasting this recipe pre-release. When Alfred sent me the link I saw 007 Bubblegum but I also saw Banana and Wintergreen....I had no friggen clue what to expect. As always, I trusted him and mixed it up. First pull Banana. That's to be expected because you put it in there so you want to taste it. Everything after that first pull bubble gum. Spot on bubble gum. This man is a wizard and I love every second of it.
User: eyemakepizza Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
Super good, super simple and refreshing two flavor banger. You can never go wrong with VT Shisha Lime and this recipe is a prime example of how great it is!
User: eyemakepizza Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
"It's weird, but it works" recipes are becoming my favorite profile. This is a fantastic refreshing mix of weirdness. Everything is perfectly balanced and cooled with literally the perfect amount of WS23. This recipe is the epitome of "less is more" 10/10!
User: eyemakepizza Score: None Entered: about 2 years ago
Recipe of the Century? I think so!
User: eyemakepizza Score: 5 Entered: almost 2 years ago
This recipe stands the test of time. A lot can change in mixing in 2 years but this recipe still does wonderful things even with current gear. I’m not the biggest fan of FLV Mango over 1% so I was a bit worried I’d get pure mango vaping this. I’m glad to say that is not the case here, the apple, strawberry, and watermelon do a fantastic job of keeping that Mango in check and not overpowering everything. The 30ml I mixed isn’t gonna last very long! The only thing that could make this better is if I was with Apexified on a beach vaping this tropical wonder!
User: eyemakepizza Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
This was a really intriguing recipe to me. I'll get it out of the way right now. It's fantastic plain and simple, it really does create the mindset of sitting around the campfire. I genuinely had a hard time not taking more of out of the big bottle. As a complete tobacco noob who's experience extends no further than FLV Virginia I can't really speak to the inner workings of the tobaccos but it is a very enjoyable blend of tobaccos. Overall, everything is well balanced where not one aspect of the mix is shining over the other one. Each part compliments the other very well and while they all blend into one awesome flavor you can still pick out each aspect of the mix.
User: eyemakepizza Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
A really awesome and festive dessert style recipe. Right off the jump I get a solid punch of Bourbon followed by Apple. Let me just say this combo of FA Zeppola, FE French Toast, INW Custard, and FLV Eggnog is a fucking brilliant way to achieve the bread pudding aspect of this mix. I love this. I did notice that after continued vaping I would lose a little bit of the bread texture to the rest of the mix but I think trying to fiddle with this would just end in a painful circle of bumping one flavor and then losing another, then bumping another and so on and so forth. Long story short I think its great where it is!
User: eyemakepizza Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
I won’t speak to the ice cream aspect of this recipe because you know my thoughts on that. But I really really dig the churro part of this. It’s spot on. I think i can see the play-doughyness that Dave is talking about but I don’t get a whole ton of it. In fact I almost kinda like that little bit that’s in there because it reminds me of the middle of a churro when it’s sometimes soft and almost a tad gooey. I was there to witness the development of this recipe but other than maybe tossing a few ideas around I didn’t take part in it and it’s awesome to finally be able to taste this and see how great it turned out.
User: eyemakepizza Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Demigorgon An enigma is “a thing that is mysterious, puzzling, or difficult to understand.” This recipe is the perfect example of an enigma. I genuinely have no clue what’s going on here. It’s fruity. It’s dark and syrupy but it’s also bright and citrusy. I fucking love it. Now I’m not gonna lie, I taste virtually no waffle here. Not even a hint. However, I don’t necessarily think that’s a bad thing. This works and it works so damn well. I’m not too sure how this would all taste on top of waffles. It very well could work but I genuinely like this the way it is. Here’s where I’m torn. Based on the intention I’d have to say 4 stars for the missing waffle. But I just can’t justify robbing this of 5 stars because it tastes amazing.
User: eyemakepizza Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
If you're hesitant to venture into florals let this recipe be the stepping stone in. This is an extremely satisfying mix right here. I have zero clue what Rose is supposed to taste like and I've only dabbled in Lychee and Hibiscus so I can't exactly speak to the technical parts of this but its seriously good. I went into this thinking it would be overbearing with floral because of the multiple floral flavors used but I’ll be damned that’s just not the case. INW Raspberry backs up the floral combo so well and gives it a sweet, deep flavor that just works so well. I have no clue if it was even ever considered, but not using the Ice Cream Trinity here was 100% the right thing to do. The low percentage of LB VIC brings the perfect ice cream mouthfeel and is bolstered by the Vanilla Swirl which I think works fantastically with the "lighter" floral. I think if HS FVIC was in here it would just mess up the vibe of the whole thing. It's to heavy and malty for this. Long story short this is a fantastic example of florals done well. It's bright, sweet and creamy while still showcasing the floral flavors.
User: eyemakepizza Score: 4 Entered: over 1 year ago
Booze at the Malt Shop Hello Chocolate Milkshake! I'm getting a fantastic thick malty chocolate milkshake with a touch of booze. Not an in your face booze but just kinda mixed into the milkshake. I really like the use of FLV Rich Cinnamon to add a bit of spice to the Bourbon. I'm a little torn here, as I kinda despise TFA Toasted Almond because while it does a great job selling that toasted spice, it leaves me with a noticeable dry finish at the end of the vape. Now, that's not exclusive to this recipe, it's just something that I've always experienced with that flavor in mixes. It very well could be a "me problem" but I figure it's worth mentioning. The more and more I vape this the more the bourbon begins to become more prominent which is pretty neat because at first I was kinda feeling like it should have been more forward. This is honestly a really cool recipe and my only real gripe/thing I'd change would be dropping TFA Toasted Almond all together.
User: eyemakepizza Score: 4 Entered: over 1 year ago
Fried Flowers So I’m for sure getting flowers. There’s no doubt about that. I’m getting a subtle little taste of powdered sugar in back of the Elderflower. I’m am however having a very hard time picking up any of the fried dough part. I’m getting a super trace amount of it. Almost like when you walk into a bakery and you can smell the doughy pastry in the air. It’s very light which is surprising considering the amounts used in the mix. This was mixed on 12/15 and I’m just getting into it on the 16/17th of January. I’m partly curious if maybe I’m not getting the full fried dough experience because it was lost to too long of a steep. I really enjoy the concept of this mix. I would definitely like to see how it is either after a few days steep or maybe with the Zeppola bumped a bit to make it more pronounced.
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