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Foment_life
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A dead ringer for a chewy Japanese lychee candy.

I feel this stands up well for MTL mixes as is, despite the very low total flavor percentage.

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Just as the name implies. Tea, with sweet lemonade and a bunch of peach. Very much reminiscent to the Snapple flavor

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A frozen cherry lemonade with just enough dragon fruit to take things in a unique direction.

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Fresh out of the toaster, frozen blueberry waffles with a little bit of maple syrup and butter.

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This is a true muddling of flavors, difficult to nail down exactly what it is, aside from tasty.

The blueberry combo here has Bilberry adding more of the fleshy, more "true" blueberry notes, while FW is almost syrupy, vaguely candied berries. the combination doesn't have a truly dry element to it and leans more toward the sweeter side of what makes blueberries so tasty.

The peach combo was put together as an effort to build more body off of the delicate nature of white peach, while helping pare down the harshness of the peach juicy.

The magic here though is really all on the Pitaya. INW's dragonfruit is sort of hard to pin down, not the emulsification agent that TFA dragonfruit is, and more of a real fruit flavor. It's a potent one, and it sort of turns things in a unique direction here.

The ws-23 is pretty obvious, adding a refreshing chill and really makes this a more spring and summer mix than anything else.

a light splash of cream in a hot cup of black tea with dried blueberries.

The FA Black tea works as a slightly astringent black tea, almost as though it were steeped just a bit too long.

That's where the creams come in though, helping to bury that astringent note and fill out the body of the tea. Originally the recipe called for twice as much of each cream, but that will lend itself to a faint sour note from the sweet cream. dialing them both back by half left the tea to stand up on its own, while still burying that astringency.

The blueberry combo used here is more "earthy" and marries well into the tea. Not a shock of bold fresh blueberries, but instead more of the dried berry you'd see in an herbal tea.

User: Foment_life Score: 5 Entered: 7 months ago
This is the first tobacco recipe I ever actually enjoyed. It is very true to a Djarum black. The only thing it is really missing is the ash. Honestly I don't know that missing that is really a bad thing, but given the inspiration it is the only real criticism I think I can leave for this recipe. This is potent enough to use in a pod, but not overpowering or lacking in balance when used for direct lung
User: Foment_life Score: 4 Entered: 6 months ago
Tested on: Vandy Vape Paradox Single 6 wrap 2x26/36 3mm ID fused clapton 65w There’s a bit of runts here, but not in a *bad* way. It’s definitely creamy, and it’s definitely a banana, but it’s not quite a natural banana. It is at the same time really enjoyable. It’s sort of like you took a ton of those fake banana candies and blended them into a DQ blizzard or equivalent milkshake kind of thing. I don’t really get anything super eggy here, but it is a weighty cream with some very sweet banana candy hanging out as well. All in all it’s enjoyable if not the very most accurate banana recipe I’ve ever tried. I believe the culprit here is the TFA banana cream, which I say having also pushed it fairly high in recipe. I still dig it, and I totally get why the INW custard is here, but I feel like you could probably adjust the recipe to live more on something like the VT banana custard and perhaps SA banana flambe with a more complex custard-y base to really get to a fully authentic banana pudding/banana custard type recipe. All in all for 3 ingredients meant to steep basically 0 days this accomplishes the job and it is enjoyable. This feels near what I’d expect a commercial banana custard to be, just short on a lot of sweetener. I dig it and I could see throwing it together again in a pinch if I wanted something for a day or two with no steep. For the stated purpose of bananas, heavy custard/cream and no waiting, it’s very good, but I think a bit of patience and a little more work could really elevate this into an absolute “nana cream” killer.
User: Foment_life Score: 4 Entered: 5 months ago
This is really good, like unreasonably close to Hawaiian punch, good. I get something sorta chemical-ish up front, somewhere close to the vaguely plastic taste of some store brand Hawaiian punches. I feel that is likely tied into the cherry, but it's hard to say exactly. However, that little abnormal bite blends into the actual body of the main profile in a manner that is very forgivable. I enjoy this overall, I don't totally understand how you got here, but the more I look at the recipe, the more it feels like it all makes sense. Cherries, pineapple, peach, guava... it's all at least logically in the vicinity of the flavor you were aiming for. The only other possible point of critique I might have is that while the flavor is right where I want it, the mouth feel seems off somehow, a little too dry, like there might still be a bit of undissolved powder in the punch bowl and each vape is like getting the last sip of your cup where the powder settled. All in all, the flavor is really on point here and the complaints sound way worse than they are.
User: Foment_life Score: 5 Entered: 5 months ago
I definitely understand why you've named it as such, though I don't quite get the separation you claim. The berry is jammy up front, but it has a means of carrying through the entire vape, and the lemon sharpness comes in right at the fore though the flavor itself doesn't exactly appear until the back end. It's sort of like a slightly sharp berry jam that reveals that there's a nice little bit of sharp citrus underneath as you exhale, This is right up my alley in the way it plays off its own weirdness and manages to stay interesting the whole time. I really dig what you've done here.
User: Foment_life Score: 5 Entered: 5 months ago
So, above all here, the Lychee is cutting through the mix. I can see where the rose is happening, and the cream is clear, but a bit subdued here. It's not off in any way really, but a little less of a fully formed ice cream, and more of a heavy, not-as-yet set cream. The light, delicate and floral flavors here are sitting rather comfortably in the cream here. I can absolutely see how the floral and the fruit flavors are intermingling to make a delightfully rich, yet delicate combination of flavors. I can't see this being something I want to vape every day, but something I enjoy on occasion, this is excellent.
User: Foment_life Score: 4 Entered: 5 months ago
It's creamy, it's sweet, there's vanilla, and there's cinnamon. It's firing on all cylinders in those regards. Something is just a little off about the "churro". I can tell there's something approximating the churro here, but it isn't quite clicking for me. might be that the texture isn't distinct from the ice cream, sorta like you found a little orphaned bit of churro in the bottom of the dish that's been sitting under the ice cream for 15 minutes and is fully saturated with ice creamy goodness. There's nothing here I actually dislike, and now I kinda want a churro. That's probably a good sign
User: Foment_life Score: 4 Entered: 5 months ago
I dig what you've done on a broad scale, you've taken 3 things that have absolutely no business being together and made something that is at the very least palatable. I'm conflicted though about it, because I feel like I want "more". More white chocolate, more dirty tobacco-y stuff, this for me feels like the pineapple took the wheel and never let go leaving the VT Love and HHG RY4 to hang out in support but without a whole lot of room to shine. I feel like their contribution is primarily in the textural side of the recipe and less on the actual flavor. Making for a relatively sharp, yet somehow creamy, pineapple with hints of caramel and vanilla that linger on the palate but don't assert themselves until the pineapple has finally cleared out. I'd love to see a somewhat more robust version of this concept that allows all 3 elements their time in the sun, though I fear that the more balance that comes to the recipe, the less it will work in practice.
User: Foment_life Score: 5 Entered: about 1 month ago
It’s definitely pink, it’s definitely funky. The guava here is sharp, and I think that’s really what the milk is bringing to the table. Tempering that sharpness is the majority of how I know it’s there. I like this, I can’t exactly pin down much about it other than the guava though. The mouthfeel is very much sharper on the inhale than the exhale, which is really where the taste of the milk is coming through more than anything. Taking a peek at the recipe, either there’s room to push the creams up a bit for balance’s sake, or my tongue is broken from the sheer amount of creams I’ve vaped over the past 6 weeks.In either case, it makes sense. I might like to see how much that French vanilla ice cream can be pushed to give it something of a malted milk feel if I were to really try to change something here. I like the way this kind of comes at you in two phases, with the fruit predominant up front and the cream sort of pushing it aside on the exhale. I sort of see this as a jumping off point. One more component to bridge the gap one way or the other could push this into something I could vape all day.
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