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made for fresh03 Saturday show highlighting Wf flapper pie - which is a thick almost custard like filling with some meringue topping and a darker bakery graham finish . This is an incredibly versatile flavor that just works with so many mixes . You can use simply to fill in the middle of mix and add body and pull flavors together. I would not say it emulsifies flavors but does seem to smooth out edges
This mix is a full sweet cream on the inhale that transitions to a caramel chocolate filling and ends with a darker chocolate crust on the finish https://youtu.be/TAatuB5k4mw
Tested on a reload RDA at 65 watts with a .16 alien coil
The WF Flapper pie pulls this whole mix together by providing the primary thick cream base with some darker graham notes.
The combination of WF Butter pecan pie and VT Chocolate Mousse work really well to create the thick sweet caramel chocolate center
WF chocolate crust and FLV cream cookies create the dark Oreo like cookie crust ( NOTE if you have real flavors cookie and cream you can sub that for FLV I actually prefer it but now that the real flavors will only be sold in Canada I did not want to use it )
This is a sweet mix but if you want to add sweetener I would recommend .5 of FLv sweetness
Saw the Mixin Vixens profile posted on FB and wanted to mix something that included FLV Creme De Menthe and all the other decadent things that I like. The picture they posted looked like mint chocolate ice cream, but I thought doing a toffee twist would be perfect for fall - inspired by stevenv84’s recipe, https://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/3251316/Chocolate%20Ripple
Try subbing FW Butter Pecan or FA Almond for Caramel Toffee or use LB Lava Cake instead of VT Chocolate Mousse. Also try using White Chocolate, VT Avocado Cream or VT Devon Cream instead of Love and add a drizzle of Salty Caramel. Lots of tasty combinations to be had here. That’s the beauty of DIY, you can mix what suits your palate. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
My first attempt at a recipe using all Wonder Flavours. Needs some time to steep to get all the elements to align nicely.
Butter tart and shortbread cookie provide a nice buttery biscuit base, whilst the cookie crust also helps bridge the gap along with the cocoa to provide the chocolate.
Milk caramel candy is more than suitable to provide the gooey caramel layer.
Cannoli filled with buttercream frosting with crumbs of Oreos mixed throughout.
Needs at least a week's steep.
This was my first time using the Cannoli Shell and Cookie crust. I have only had a cannoli once and it was a LONG time ago.. so I googled and one of the more popular versions has chocolate in it. I don't like mixing w/ chocolate flavors because they tend to get muddy... so I figured this was a good opportunity to try the Cookie Crust, hoping it'd be more like crumbs than a liquid chocolate mess. I was lucky because it's exactly what I wanted, a chocolate cookie dusting. The inside of the cannoli, I used WF buttercream because it's thick and good but not too sweet (VT's version is VERY Sweet) and added New York cheesecake as the "cheese-like" component. Overall I really like it. It's fairly simple but tastes fairly complex. It's similar to the Cassadaga's version w/ the chocolate chips except better because it's less busy and vapes cleaner.