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This is a Creamy Caramel Apple Custard, created in protest of Grimm choosing some apple bull pucky over the ever elite Psycho V.2 by Folkart.
I wanted a candied mellow apple to mix with the other flavors. I went with Cap Apples Snacks using that cereal note to provide a little texture to blend with the custard. WF Apple Gummy Candy to provide another apple perspective and to add to the overall to the mouthfeel.
The Caramel layer with that FLV Caramel and JF Dulce De Leche is so good. The WF Caramel Butter to add to both help the caramel and custard.
The Custard layer with FA Custard Premium and VT Sweet Cream just rocks and blends so nicely. Hell of a butter creamy note here.
FLV Sweetness brings that custard right to the top.
I like this right off the shake. As I've let it steep, vaping along the way, it doesn't change dramatically. The flavors are blending and the cream is becoming bolder as well as the custard.
McDuckie says, hey lets 1up the Developed guys and make a Cocoa Pebbles juice, in response to the guys remixing NotCharlesMason's Pebbles. So here we go. #TeamFingerGuns #PewPewForever
I didn't want to approach this as a usual cereal with the usual suspects. So I went with a combo of SSA Crisp Waffle and WF Puff Cereal (Frosted) for the cereal. The Crisp Waffle needs a steep as it is very strong out of the gate. It settles down after a bit. I think this combo blends really well with the cocoa part and gives a good impression of a crunchy cereal.
The chocolate milk idea came from an episode of Noted where Folkart and ID10-T talked about possibly using HS Chocolate Cream, VT Chocolate Milk, and OOO Chocolate Milk could make a nice chocolate milk. I went to work and that combo of flavors does make a fantastic chocolate milk. I played with the percentages to make room for the cereal and added some FLV Sweetness to bring the sweet and boost the cream.
So here you go. A group effort interpreted by this guy.
I used this combo in another recipe, listed below, and thought it was really cool. I think they compliment each other very nicely. Now we can see it stands out as a 2 flavor deal. Very mango forward and that citrus multivitamin/powdery follow through. I dig it, 1% Cap Super sweet rounds out the profile of what this recipe turned out to be, a powdered mango.
Like the rest of this series, I'm going for a simple full flavored pineapple.
Pineapples. INW Pineapple and SSA Thai Pineapple make a great combo for reaching a rich pineapple flavor. WF Pineapple Candy gives the combo a contrasting candy note to support the main two.
MB Pineapple Lassi here is a further bolstering of the pineapple flavor, but also to lend a blending creamy note to help fill mouth feel. TPA Vanilla Swirl is used here in the same capacity.
After making a first version I realized it needed a bit of a sour bump, so I added VT Sour Lemon to give that just a little lift.
Add some sweetener and boom, we are off to the races. This recipe came together quick and I didn't try other pineapples. I knew INW and the MB played well together, but the SSA just adds a bump to the INW natural profile. I'm sure some of them can be subbed out.
This is great right off the shake, in a few days the creaminess is going to bloom and over take the pineapple for a bit. It really becomes a soft serve pineapple ice cream. Then the cream settles back down after a week or so and the pineapple comes forward again.
I was going for a big bowl of strawberries with a sugar syrup.
Strawberries, Strawberry gummy candy to add a contrasting candy strawberry, and Glazed Strawberries to add a little more depth and help to the sugar syrup note. I also wanted to add a little more strawberry here. I started with HC Fresh Strawberry, but hearing that it had been discontinued, I wanted to swap it out. I still prefer HC for this recipe, I'll just have to horde what's left of my stock. INW Shisha does a good job, but really almost any strawberry I think can work here as long as it has a little punch to it. I'll probably try some other strawberries in the future, but here it is as it stands.
Forest Fruits and Golden Pineapple to add some fruit depth.
Golden Syrup and Vanilla Swirl to round out the syrup and to help in blending and mouth feel.
I was going for a orange mango juice, but the Multivitamin and the Mango Indian Special do an interesting dance here. They play off each other in a way I didn't expect. This is straight up grabbing a spoonful of powdered orange mango and putting into your mouth.
The combo of Royal Orange Juice and Tanger (mandarin) provide a bump to the orange note in the Multivitamin.
The Honey Peach is to give the whole thing a little depth.
Cap that off with a little Super Sweet and this is pretty groovy powdered orange mango. I dig it.
Another mind vision has shown me the way. . . . the way to a Brown Sugar Sesame Waffle! Huzzah!
The combo of Crisp Waffle and Belgian Waffle make a perfect waffle on my palate. Totally borrowed this combo from Deftohms.
The Sesame Candy and Sesame Sweets add a great sesame layer to complement the LB Belgian Waffle.
Finish up with some Brown Sugar and Caramel for a little depth and dark caramel layer.
Top off with Super Sweet and I freakin' love this. Light waffle sweetness and sesame finish.
I'm not sure what this is. . . I started to make like a butterscotch latte, but this turned out a little denser than that. A Coffee Butterscotch creme that you'd find at the center of a chocolate truffle. Maybe similar to some kind of soft caramel.
The SSA Cappuccino Coffee is a great coffee flavor. Well balanced but super dark.
The VT English Toffee and FLV Smoked Butterscotch is dynamite! A rich and layered butterscotch flavor that is strong but blends into this.
The FA Milk and WF Smooth Cappuccino Cream round out everything and helping the coffee and butterscotch flavors to meld together.
A little FW Sweetener to bump everything and help with the creams. I really like this and it really needs a steep. At least 10 days.
I mostly use a 28mm dual coil RDA on a stacked 21700. .3 ohms.
Another grapefruit vision from a candy I had recently. A grapefruit Hi-Chew. I wanted a distinct mouth feel with a balance between creamy vanilla and grapefruit.
I lack a lot of taffy flavors so I tried to put something together to get that distinct mouthfeel of the Hi-Chew, so I brought together MB American Bubble Gum, OOO Marshmallow (Vanilla), and some WF Sour Gummy Candy.
A little TPA Vanilla Swirt to add a tad more vanilla creaminess and to bring things together.
I went through several grapefruits before landing on SSA Grapefruit as the main note with support from FLV Pink Guava and the hardest working grapefruit in the game VT Honey Pomela, to bring some brightness to the party.
A little SS to sweeten and lift the citrus and we can call it a day. This is decent off the shake, but the bubble gum is a bit much. It starts to back off after a day or so.
I don't know if listing what you tested it with is still a thing, but dual coil RDA at .3 ohm on a stacked 21700 tube.