This recipe is for a friend of mine @Tam Vapes. She has regularly helped me out, mixing and reviewing my recipes in videos and online over the last few years. Tam is a real trooper always willing to help out with various charities and giving up her time on numerous shows like Ohm Grown Alchemy on YouTube.
Jam Scone has a buttery biscuit pastry note with undefined dark berry jam notes. I supported the bakery with some WF Oats & Cream Cookie and used as bridging note with it's light oat flavor and sweet cream.
Tahitian Vanilla Cream has has 38 Four and Half Star rating on ELR . It has a good mouth feel and some malty notes which go well with the oats and some fruity notes pairing well with the added fruits for the jam component.
Jammy Berry is one of Tam's favorites and used here low as it tends to grow over the steep , works well in bakeries and has dark mixed berry notes.
PUR Boysenberry Preserves is a ripe and juicy cooked slightly tart boysenberry jam or pie filling. This is boosted with the highly rated, flavourful, strong and juicy raspberry dominant WF Boysenberry Raspberry.
I do not have FLV Starch Base - I may have to update in the future. You can try 0.3%-0.5% if you fancy a thicker scone.
I hope you enjoy it.
I use an rda, single coil build usually between 1.6 -2.5 ohms and 40-60 Watts usually.
DOD Pebble Cream Bronuts is Frooty Loop Donut not in ATF
This is meant to be a FUN post illustrating animated gifs and images can be used in ATF, have fun.
Original post and recipe can be found here too: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/152140#frooty_loop_donut_by_wadeyloops
Decadent smooth lemon ice cream with a wild raspberry swirl. Totally stolen from a hero of mine Christopher Kopel. His magnificent recipe called Violette available here: https://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/2164120/Violette . All I did was sub the parma violet for MF Wild Raspberry and the FA Custard was replaced with WF Lemon Custard. MF grows over time in the mix and sits nicely in here at 3 weeks. I use a single coil RDA about 0.2 Ohms, 50 Watts.
I made this on the fly and it really surprised me.
My thought process was to lay a thin crust for a backnote (OOO Pie Crust). Next in my mind, it needed some of that stuff you get at the bottom of a tart between the crust and filling so I added some lemon squares to it. MB Lemon Tart is pretty nice on it's own at 6% with some nice creamy biscuit notes but I knew I was going to layer this up so I dialed it down to 4. I wanted to add more creaminess to it and WF lemon custard was on point here providing a smooth mouth feel. A good lemon meringue needs good egg white fluff and flapper pie with a touch of FA meringue is my go to . I spiked it with some tangy sour lemon and It hit the spot, I gave it a good shake, let it sit for a few hours, dripped it and then tried it after half an hour and was quite pleased. To be honest I don't really know what the OOO Pie Crust is doing here and if you want more biscuit add maybe 0.5% of your favorite e.g INW or JF biscuit or try it without if you can't find it.
Sweeten to taste: I use 1 drop per 10ml of FW Sweetener.
Tested on a single coil Dead Rabbit, 1.6 Ohms 60 Watts.
Possible changes: You could try VT lemon meringue pie, FE lemon is also good in this if you want it less candied or optional addition for more in your face lemon. if you have MF lemon add one drop per 10ml
TL;DR "mix this now"
A similar previous recipe: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/133405
The Description: Strawberry Christmas cake is one Japan's most beloved holiday traditions, made with fluffy sponge cake (Fluffy White Cake), whipped cream (Vanilla Whipped Cream ), and strawberries (Strawberry Gummy and Strawberry Shortcake). Starbucks holiday beverage is inspired by the sweet confection, made with steamed milk (Milk Fresh), strawberry compote, and white mocha syrup (VT Love), finished with whipped cream, strawberry topping, and crushed biscuit. I can't taste strawberry very well so this is it from me. I use an RDA 0.17 Ohms 55 watts.
Who can resist donuts, sprinkled cookies and milk? Why not have all 3! The picture chosen was as close as I could get to what I was thinking of. One look at that picture on the box and I was into making this happen.
Take some under-rated CAP crunchy frosted cookie and sugar cookie combo and coat it with extra buttercream frosting and then infuse it with some light donut flavoring. Dunk these into some creamy milk base of FA milk with VT vanilla cream and add in some sprinkles to start off your morning.
Don't expect this to be crunchy though - lets get real!
This goes great with a coffee by the way.
WF buttercream frosting was used here instead of VT as it is less "hard" . There was enough waxiness coming from the CAP crunchy frosted cookie.
Optional sweetener - try FW Sweetener 2 drops per 15ml should do it.
I use an RDA about 50-60 Watts, 0.2-0.3 Ohms.
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