A good friend took me out for breakfast where I found 'Chicken on a Waffle' on the menu. It was served with a sliced Jalapeno and Cheddar garnish. So, having only the Waffle flavor in stock, and a vivid imagination, this recipe was born. I found that it's actually a thing, as I was able to find a supporting photo to accompany, here. The Chicken Waffle was excellent, by the way! Give this recipe a try...Use your own fave fruit, even.
If you can see your way past the floral from the BBC, this one will grow on you. TBH, I don't SFT, but rather, approach my recipes through trial and error, and a little guess work! So, that'll be the extent of my description :-) Anyway...lotsa flavor from an overall low flavor total, and an ADV, for me.
Not being a fan of Kiwi, I was caught a bit off guard when my friend asked for a liquid with that,and Strawberry. I decided to use 2 of the lesser used Strawberry concentrates from my inventory, for 2 reasons... to see what I could do with them,and to...use them! Kiwi(Double) was an easy choice because it's the only one I have! I made 3 testers for him to try, with this version receiving the go ahead. The Alpine Strawberry and Dragonfruit gave the two, otherwise uncommon, SB pairings just what they needed to complete this task. I worked my way up with the Kiwi,having started at 1%. Add a little polish with the CAP SS, and done! If your a Kiwi fan I'd appreciate some feedback on this one. Thanks!
This project started out as an attempt to clone the popular commercial liquid with a similar name. Orgasm by One Up is a staple in my wife's rotation, and if she could find it by the quart, I'm quite certain she'd buy it. After mixing several iterations of my take on what's in it, I've settled on this one. While I believe I fell short on the clone aspect, it came out PDG! You may find this plenty sweet without the sweetener,but, the original is loaded with it. I'd like to know what you think about this little diamond in the rough.
Stay Safe...And keep mixing!
It was the summer of 2018 and I was about 6 months into my DIY journey when I threw this recipe together with an equally small amount of flavorings, knowledge and notes. It was ‘candied’ and ‘sweet’ I was pursuing, and it had to be creamy too. Almost 2yrs. and hundreds of other mixes have passed and I still enjoy this as one of my first successful ventures. Give it a go, I think you’ll be glad ya did!