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ncdulo
Has 23 recipes, 2 public recipes.
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Yet another sweet strawberry. I wanted to mix up a standalone of my realistic strawberry base I made up some time ago, but with a little flair. What better way to enjoy a fresh strawberry than with a touch of powdered sugar coating it? The powdered sugar bit is a bit strange to translate into a vape as it's basically just textured sweetness. I may try to come up with something to use as an accent to bring that bit of texture out a bit more but this is enjoyable as is. Fresh, sweet and realistic strawberry. Shake & vape approved.

RF Strawberry - A little lighter of a flavor but provides the great tasting realistic notes of the strawberry. Those nice fleshy tones and bits of seedy skin come out nicely. However it is lacking in the body. Can be used to add a touch more realism to another strawberry flavor or as the base for a very realistic flavor.

FA Red Touch - Gives a nice bit of sweet body to the mix. I get more of the syrup/candy vibes off of this flavor. Used at 2% it fills out the middle and brings some more natural sweetness to the mix.

TFA Strawberry Ripe - Another realistic strawberry but some say they cannot taste it. It does well in this mix as more of an accent, helping to blend the other two flavors together into something very tasty and realistic. Can be used much higher if desired as a standalone or to replace the RF. In this case it holds strong to tie everything together and give a bit of a pop to everything.

OOO Powdered Sugar - A nice, light dusting of powdered sugar. A bit of a sweeter touch to the blend without that overboard sugar lips feeling of Super Sweet. 1% is the first amount I tried this at and it seemed to just work. Bringing out the actual powdered sugar texture is kind of tricky but the flavor is there. If you really want to sub this with something else, I would probably use something like FLV Sweetness, FW Sweetener or even TFA Sweetener. The TFA Sweetener could be interesting due to the EM content. That could help blend the different strawberries together but could also mute some of their nuances. CAP Super Sweet is a last resort sub, in my opinion. But should be fine. Just start low if subbing. Maybe around 0.25-0.5%. You can always add more, but you can't take it out once it's in.

Could do well to add a touch of cooling, if it's your thing. Something like 0.25% WS-23 would really help the flavors pop and chill the vape.

A frozen cucumber punching through your sinuses first thing in the morning really perks you up. I was just looking for something super cold with a light touch of flavor. A splash of some lemon or lime could add a little more complexity, if you like.

User: ncdulo Score: 4 Entered: over 1 year ago
User: ncdulo Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
After an 8 day steep and fresh wicks on my squonk I feel I can safely say I'm tasting this at it's full potential. I get a wonderful naturally sweet blueberry ice cream with a light sprinkling of cheesecake crumbs throughout. Everything seems very balanced in this recipe and I very much like the low total flavor percent. It should be fairly easy on coils without burning out your taste buds through chain vaping. The blend of cheesecake flavors bring a nice, dense mouthfeel to the recipe that accentuates the natural creaminess of real ice cream and really allows the blueberry to shine through without being hidden behind the other flavors. I get a hint of tartness with this blueberry as well, I believe through the FA Bilberry. If you aren't a big fan of cooling you may want to drop the WS-23 to 0.25% but I don't think it should be omitted - it definitely adds to the profile. I highly recommend this recipe and I like it enough to have cleaned out my squonk just for it.
User: ncdulo Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
This is a nicely sweetened strawberry shortcake type flavor. Reminds me a lot of the shortcakes we used to sell at my old job. Layered yellow cake and fresh cut strawberries with a nice dollop of whipped cream in between with a little more on top for good measure. For me being so burnt out on strawberry, there is a good balance of different strawberry flavors in this that gives me a nice fresh cut berry with a touch of some sweet syrup along with it. Works well in this mix and holds up well to the heavier cake/swirl flavors. In all this is a very good rendition of a light and tasty dessert. Goes great after a meal or just about any other time you're craving some sweets or strawberries. I also think this base could fairly easily be remixed with another fruit. Maybe some FA Forest Fruit or the Blueberry Trinity. Note: I did not mix this myself, I was sent a sample of the recipe by it's creator. Just wanted to mention that. But I like it enough that I'll order the missing flavors so I can mix some more up for myself.
User: ncdulo Score: 5 Entered: 12 months ago
This is one of those pairings I never would have thought to try on my own so I'm glad Alfred came up with it for me. For such a simple formula, everything feels balanced and paired together nicely. I'm not the biggest fan of mango but I do enjoy grape vapes. This recipe seems to bring the best elements from each flavor and seals the deal with a splash of peach. I haven't tried the FA Apricot sub yet but I imagine it will likely be just as good. In the end I get a crisp, clean fruit flavor. Light enough on the palate and with enough nuances and subtleties to keep it refreshing as an ADV. Seems to work well as a palate cleanse too for those days when you've been vaping enough bakery juices to put Little Debbie out of business. As a bonus feature, the juice fluoresces when exposed to UV light. Fill a tank and check out that purple shimmer when you're out in the sunlight or hit it with a black-light indoors and watch your tank glow. This is definitely worth a try if you're into simple and clean fruits or if you are a fan of either grape or mango.
User: ncdulo Score: 5 Entered: 12 months ago
I'm finishing up a batch of this about a month old at this point. I've really been digging the juice. It brings a very smooth, balanced tropical delight right into your taster no matter how cold and snowed in it is outside. To me the strawberry takes a bit of a backseat for the guava and coconut and the marshmallow seems to smooth it all together in a very pleasant way. Hula scratches my itch for straight fruit juice and being such a delightful SNV I'll be keeping this recipe in rotation to mix up whenever I need something on the fly or am itching for some tropical goodness. I would definitely recommend this if you're a fan of tropical fruits or need a break from the heavier vapes like bakery/tobacco flavors.
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