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A blueberry ice cream cone recipe. Made on Live Mixing
"I remember blue skies, I remember how you were..." - SOLSTICE, STARSET
SNV is pretty sub par - I've steeped this from 7 days to 30 and it seems to start really coming out around 7-8 days and then it's preference from there. This is my first recipe I'm posting publicly, and this is version 4; it's still a work in progress; any feedback would be appreciated.
I tested & refined this on a Hadaly RDA at 55W, .37-.40 Ω
HS Blueberry - The first blueberry I got for my initial dive into DIY. Originally in this recipe it was a standalone blueberry (@ 2.5% if you're curious) and it gave a nice, sweet blueberry taste, but it's just not what I wanted for this recipe.
TPA Blueberry (Extra) - This gives more of the fruity, wet blueberry taste as if there were chunks of it in the ice cream without overwhelming the peach entirely.
CAP Juicy Peach - Standalone I don't really care for this flavor, but the way it melds with the ice cream and the blueberry in this recipe in particular is so sweet and lovely, I couldn't NOT refine this recipe. It almost gives that taste as if you cut up a fresh peach, placed it over the top of the ice cream and sometimes you get a bite of peach, sometimes you just get the juice melting into the ice cream.
LB Vanilla Ice Cream - Honestly this base is just so easy to work with and mold to whatever flavor you like; in this particular recipe it's not as heavy in the inhale, but the exhale gives a soft, wonderful vanilla ice cream taste with bits of fruit.
FLV Cream - Honestly this just boosts the creaminess of the ice cream, and helps melt everything together into one cohesive flavor profile for me. I've done this with vanilla swirl, whipped cream, and finally landed on FLV Cream as the best option for what I was going for here.
Thank you @Spacolie16 for helping me out with this. It's 'cause of your willingness to deal with me asking you the same question 100 times in 50 different ways that I got this how I wanted it. :)
Ok, before you flip the fuck out, I’m not that guy who uses 10%+ of any flavoring. The new flavors from nicotine river are kinda fantastic, but you really need to start around 7-8% and work your way up.
The blackberry from NR is really really good, but it needs some definition. It’s all body with very little top note. It’s also not sweet.
A touch of hangsen blueberry, tpa grape juice and inw blackcurrant do the work in filling out the high notes while super sweet serves to brighten the whole mix up. It may look like a lot going on here, but it’s very cohesive and purposeful.
I add some 30% ws-23 from bull city to give it a nice cool exhale, but that’s on you.
Inspired by Flavor-Pro Week 20 Berry Ice Cream Float challenge
I wanted a berry flavor for MTL vaping, so my goal was to simplify the recipe as much as possible, and keep it light for a summer vape.
I was able to get the red flavor and soda brightness using FW Shirley Temple.
HS Blueberry holds up well against the soda flavor, and adds some sweetness. In other variations I added 1% FA Raspberry and/or 1.5% JF Sweet Strawberry to the blueberry, and they were all good, so add them if you want more berry flavor.
I did not want a heavy ice cream for a summer vape, so I used WF Vanilla Cream Extra to add the dairy.
Tested in an Innokin ZBiip with the 1.6 coil. Mixed 50VG/50PG and steeped for a week. Edited: After a month the flavor was much better. Recommend a longer steep.
A Simple well rounded cool Blueberry vape. If you prefer menthol instead of ws-23, polar blast recommend 0.85% of FLV cool menthol. This recipe is intended for pod use. Enjoy!!!!
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Octarine, also known as the Colour of Magic or the King Colour. It is visible only to wizards and cats. It is generally described as a sort of greenish purple yellow colour. The only time non-wizards can see it is when they close their eyes; the bursts of color are octarine.
This recipie was inspired by @foment_life, who wisely said "I do love the idea of just toying around with a bunch of things that are just individually tasty and seeing what shakes out in the end."
Well, this is the result of that.