Well goddamn, I was looking to nail a nice coffee flavour to go with a nice Stout. By golly I think I did it.
FA UP is used as the main profile here for a coffee almost espresso flavour. The FA Caramel and TFA Vanilla Bean Gelato bring the UP right UP there adding in a smooth creamy touch to this package really rounding up that coffee, and the Caramel adding in some sweetness. Finally, Zeppola here I wanted to add some sort of doughnut base without being in your face. At 4% it's doing just that but in turn making a well rounded delicious vape.
This recipe marks my second release. I had a craving for something different, something fresh, something fruity and out there. And the end result is a sweet and tangy fruit, with a bit of cream to help the palate digest this bizarre flavour. I've never had Goji Berries before, so it's extremely difficult to even explain how it tastes. All I know is I can't stop vaping it!
Goji Berry FW here is used as the main profile, I used Dragonfruit TFA and JF Sweet Strawberry to bend that Goji Berry a little to try and calm that bitterness whilst adding a touch of juiciness.
The creams here introduced are nothing new. FA Meringue, TFA VBIC, and FA Vienna cream at these percentages just adds a base of cream that rounds everything together.
Just mix, and enjoy.
After months of just learning from others, I think I'm ready to release a recipe. It's something different that I haven't come across and encompasses the feeling of fall.
The Cheesecake base here is taken directly from ENYAWREKLAW's "The Real" recipe because he nailed that, so why reinvent? So that's where the NY Cheesecake, and Sweet Cream come in along with the Super Sweet (If using TFA Sweetener double the amount).
Mixed in this base I layered in the Pumpkin Spice and Cinnamon Danish Swirl. The Cinnamon adds just a dash of extra spice to help that Pumpkin Spice come out ever so slightly. I did not want to overpower the Cheesecake.
The Milk Chocolate and Graham Cracker Clear are used to replicate a somewhat chocolate cookie crumb layer underneath that Cheesecake and works really well.
To top it off, the Cream Whipped, just a touch.
Mixed at 70/30.