Mixed for Mixing Vixens challenge, peach pie with ice cream. Since it is the holiday season now, I decided to take a holiday twist on the recipe. This is a peach pie thrown into a milkshake, as I wasn't able to get the separation that I wanted.
In the winter, my peach pies are usually made from peach pie filling canned during the summer, so I add a seasonal fresh fruit, persimmon, to the filling. I also add warm spices to the filling. I followed that path with this mix. I chose the INW and Hangsen as they give me more of a cooked peach flavor.
I wanted a soft, greasy pie crust, so I added JF Churro to OOO Pie Crust. I may adjust this later, as after a 1 week steep, it is not where I want it. It needs a little more browned crunch, and it does stand out quite enough. If you have a suggestion, please leave a comment.
I love dark sugar flavors with peach, so I used VTA Toffee Ice Cream, and to add a holiday touch, FLV Eggnog.
Tested on Pixie SS 0.29 Alien @ 40 watts. I do not recommend vaping this at low wattage.
After vaping Addy Tuney's pumpkin custard for frames janklin, I thought it would be a great base for an RY4. This strayed far from that inspiration, and turned into a spice cookie.
I like using FLV Yam for a pumpkin, and Cap Gingerbread added the spice that I wanted. CAP Sugar Cookie added sweetness and backed up the bakery note.
Next step was adding the tobacco and cream. Holy Holy Grail RY4 by DIYFS was my first choice for this recipe, as it isn't a strong tobacco, but does a great job adding a creamy caramel with some spice, but it did not give the richness I desired. After trying several cheesecakes, as I did not want to add another cream, I settled on INW Yes, We Cheesecake.
This is not a real sweet recipe, and you might want to add a little sweetener if you have a sweet tooth.
I tested this in both an RDA and in the Zenith MTL tank with 0.8 coil, and I prefer this as a MTL vape.
Yogurt with cranberry, quince, and a touch of spice.
I find CAP Cranberry a little sweet, so I wanted to use it with a yogurt, rather than a cream base.
The TPA Quince is the perfect compliment to the Cranberry.
FLV Persimmon Spice is one of my favorites to add to fruit.
Tested on Pixie, 0.27 ohm, 45 watt
When I was growing up, before health restrictions put an end to the practice, restaurants frequently had a bowl of after dinner mints by the cash register. I still enjoy a mint after a spicy meal, so this is my after dinner vape. A soft mint that lingers after the vape.
Purilum's Butter Mint isn't bad, but it needed a little help.
Vanilla Cream Extra by Wonder Flavors adds the softness I was looking for, and the vanilla compliments the Butter Mint well.
This can be a SNV, but the Vanilla Cream Extra gets better with time.
Tested in OFRF Gear 0.28 ohm, 40 watts
The Mixin Vixens challenge. Mixed berries with cream topped with a cookie.
Red berries in the mix are INW Raspberry and FW Razzleberry.
FLV Blueberry Muffin bring in the blueberry, and backs up the JF Biscuit.
WF Cream Filling is the cream.
It is good off the shake, but does improve as it steeps.
Tested on Citadel 0.3 ohm 40 watts
A friend serves blueberry rice milk with spicy Indian meals. It is just white rice, whole milk and sugar cooked until the rice is very soft, and then she adds fresh blueberries after it cools. I wanted to try to duplicate the flavor.
The base is FE Rice Milk since it is a creamy, plain rice.
I added FLV Cream to add a milky richness.
The beverage is very sweet, but I wanted to try to add the sweetness with a blueberry flavor, FW Blueberry, but it does not duplicate the flavor of fresh blueberries. I hadn't tried VTA''s Blueberry, so I used it, just to get a feel of how it would work in a mix, and FW Black Current to add some depth to the berry flavor.
Sweetener is optional, but I did prefer it with a little sweetener.
Tested on Engine Nano 0.31 Ohm, 43 watts
Inspired by Mixin Vixens challenge week 23
I wanted to move away from the expected with this recipe, and I was intrigued by a recipe on a cocktail recipe site that used almond and stone fruit liquor with pineapple juice, a flavor combo I have never tried in real life. It is much less expensive to try it in a vape first, and it really works! Not too sweet and a real change of pace from the typical pineapple vape.
I used VT Creaming Soda as the beverage base and punched it up with two pineapples, FLV and INW. I tried several almond flavors, and settled on the clean FA Almond. I did not want to add more brightness with the stone fruits, so I chose FA Apricot.
Tested on a Pixie, 0.38 ohm, 40 watts
Inspired by a The Mixin Vixens challenge.
This didn't quite make it into a pomegranate/strawberry smoothie, but I enjoyed it as is.
The Strawberry Taffy adds sweetness, flavor and mouth-feel to the yogurt. It was the first time I had used this flavor, and I was pleased with how it paired with the yogurt. The Pomegranate and Spearmint give the punch needed for a summertime vape.
Tested on a Wasp Nano, SS316 0.31 ohm. I liked it at around 50 watts. I mixed this at 50/50 VG/PG, but I don't recommend vaping this at low wattage due to significant flavor loss.