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This was built for the Developed TFA Challenge. I wanted to create a cooked berry cupcake with a custard icing.
I used the Raspberry, Ripe Strawberry and Blueberry to create a more obscure, cooked berry note - it is richer and evolves in the vape on certain hits you get this bending more strawberry and raspberry. Still playing with this idea. Looking for thoughts on this.
The other part of the recipe - the bakery base. I made solo using Vanilla Custard v2 when I first got it. I have put Vanilla Cupcake and Frosted Donut together before. I threw in a dash of caramel to marry the bakery and fruit with that sugary edge note.
Overall, I am very happy with this, I do wonder if a dash of VBIC or Cheesecake would not cement this all with a little heavier mouth feel. But I wanted to really feature the bakery and not lose it in the cream (fearing it become a berry custard only).
This was my attempt at a caramel banana cream chz cake. I dont have to many flavors, so I did the best I could with what I have. I dont mind what came out!! Its a creamy caramel with soft banana cream and a hint of cheesecake on the end.
I would love any feedback, comments, advice. Anything. Please keep mixing my diy fam!
A warm, satured mango and peach catalan cream. Perfect rainy day vape.
I used a combo of Cap sweet mango and jf honey peach for the main profile. The combination of the juicy sunripened mango and the syrupy sweet honey peach creates a rich stone fruit layer.
For the custard base i wanted a rich and deep brulee-base (inw brulee and fa catalan creme) but with timid eggy tones courteousy of the Cap custard. Stole light carmalised sugar tones from the tfa caramel original and the soft, warm vanilla tones from the inw shisha vanilla.
I needed a light touch of sweetener to carry the profile.
I am half way through the bottle off the shake... I recon a moddest 3 day steep will help tame the mango and peach and allow It to settle in a bit
A straight up morning starter - Caramel Latte.
This kind of needs a long time to steep. I tried it after two weeks and it almost tasted like it had a tobacco in it. I tried it again after one month and two months, and there wasn’t much change. So I put it back on the shelf. After three months, I was not hopeful at all, but it was actually really nice. You could use more caramel, but it does kill the coils a bit, so I tend to use it sparingly.
Definitely DO NOT shake and vape.
So this is a twist on an Amaretto Sour . The story of how armaretto came to be is pretty interesting. I would like to believe it is true In 1525, a Saronno church commissioned artist Bernardino Luini, one of Leonardo da Vinci's pupils, to paint its sanctuary with frescoes. As the church was dedicated to the Virgin Mary, Luini needed to depict the Madonna, but was in need of a model. He found his inspiration in a young widowed innkeeper, who became his model and (in most versions) lover. Out of gratitude and affection, the woman wished to give him a gift. Her simple means did not permit much, so she steeped apricot kernels in brandy and presented the resulting concoction to a touched Luini
VT Brandy, FA marzipan, FA almond and Caramel create the amaretto base for this cocktail.. the combination of fa almond and marzipan is just perfect for this and the brandy adds some depth and bozzie notes. The caramel just adds more dark sweetness and mouth feel that is needed.
INW lemon and VT Lemon sour and VT golden syrup create the sweet and sour mix for an amaretto sour type of beverage. INW lemon is that tart sweet candied lemon along with the bright sourness of the lemon sour . ( NOTEyou can sub with FLV milk and honey 1.75% , LA lemonade 3% and FA lemond Sicily .75% but it does not have that sweet almost candied lemon syrup quality I wanted)
VT blood orange champagne adds that top orange note that is sometimes added to a amaretto sour and some more booze notes
Add sweetener of choice if you like it sweet.. and yeah I do - I use FLV sweetness here around .50
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A creamy caramel cheesecake with a light coffee note.
This one was hard to balance and I ended up having to beef up the cheesy notes to get the cheesecake flavor to come out. I kept the coffee light, but coffee is such a distinctive flavor it still comes out in the front along with the caramel. I went lighter on the bakery side and brought in some creams to tone down the coffee. Great vape with your morning coffee.