My attempt at a peach moonshine. The LB peach is not my favorite, but it sits nice with the whiskey flavorings in this recipe and it adds a depth to the TFA juicy peach that gave me the idea for this recipe. Several drops of TFA Kentucky Bourbon and a couple of drops of FA Whisky later I had a smile on my face. Kick up the LB Peach to 4% and you get a very pronounced "baked in whiskey" peach flavor. I've been vaping this in my Mjolnir with a .25 ohm N80 fused clapton and in my Apocalypse 25 with a .15 ohm N80 fused clapton setup. Enjoy.
Inspired by Mango Yo Lo Tengo by @enyawreklaw.
I wanted to creat an all CAP recipe that was not only tasty off the shake, but left plenty of room for mixers to build upon. Add some pineapple, make a smoothie or both. As is, it reminds me of a drink you might have on the beach while on vacation, but with out the expenses or leaving the recliner. Hence the name Staycation. I hope you enjoy, as is or with your own touch.
LB White Chocolate Peppermint is an amazing flavor, even as a solo mix. So when Liquid Barn released White Chocolate and Peppermint as separate concentrates, I just had to see what they could do. This is my first attempt at using WC in a mix, and after a solo test I think there is a lot if potential here. It has the type of sweetness you would expect from a white chocolate and I get a sense of creaminess that I knew would pair with LB Vanilla Ice Cream. Strawberry was the obvious choice for fruit, so I used one of my favorite Strawberry combos and VIOLA!! A simple SnV S&C recipe that is a bit unique in profile and tasty as well. It does get better after a steep of about a week, but why wait. Mix 2 bottles, one for now and one for later.
Credit to @enyawreklaw. This is a recipe I created for my wife and it was possible because of the incredible one shot concentrate that is Water-Malone by DIYorDie. It is as it looks. A cool watermelon strawberry profile. She vapes it in the Uwell Nunchaku and she loves it. I occasionally mix up a batch for myself and omit the koolada. This is a SNV.
This is an easy banana cheesecake with a light sprinkle of coconut.
INW Yes, We Cheesecake/FW Yogurt: All the credit here goes to DIYorDIE. He created such an amazingly simple and authentic cheesecake base, who was I not to use it.
TPA Banana Cream: This flavor doesn't lend to much to cream in my opinion, but it has one of the best banana flavors out there. I didn't want anything too nutty so this seemed like the best/only option for what I was going for.
TPA Coconut Candy: I can't imagine a banana cheesecake with out a touch, just a touch, of coconut flavor. While there are plenty of good coconut flavorings out there, I find this one lends a helping hand to the banana while also providing that smidgen of coconut flavor that I was aiming for. Subtle, as I imagined.
FA Cookie: Crust. What is a cheesecake or a pie without a crust, right? Some will argue that there are better concentrates to emulate a crust out there, but this one has a FEEL that others don't. I chose this flavoring for that reason alone. I'm glad I did.
This is one of my first recipes that I was genuinely happy with. Then INW Yes, We Cheesecake came along, and I became ecstatic, and this recipe became one of my ADVs. This is a lemon meringue cheesecake where the lemon curd and meringue are reminiscent of the pies my grandmother used to make. At the same time, it presents the mouthfeel and the rich creaminess you get from a traditional cheesecake recipe. I am fairly new to mixing and would love any feedback that the community might have to offer. Please mix, share, and enjoy.
The goal here is to emulate a thick bready peach cobbler using only LB flavors. I feel I'm on the right track but I feel like something is missing. That being said, this mix is in my daily rotation and enjoyed by friends and family. I hope you enjoy and feel free to leave any suggestions if you have any.