Cupcake Batter

Cupcake batter, I believe is one of the top sellers for our Flavorah! and no wonder, it is finger licking good!  From the time you take the top off and just sniff the bottle, I know that is when the flavor gets one hooked! Light fluffy or even a heavy cupcake batter, the things I can add into this flavor will make a grown man blush! 😛

Ok for my testing in yes, those famous 10ml bottles, I ran the gauntlet again from 2 drops .04 grams up to 8 drops .16 grams. Using only 2 drops, its extremely light, but you can begin to taste it after eh.. 2-3 days sit time. At this point, you could mix this in with other creams or even flv’s pound cake for a more richer cakey experience. Raising it up to the 4 drops, and after a few days sitting around, a good start to a rich cupcake batter, and thinking on that, you could build into your batter now with other add ins. Yeah, you guys thought I’d drop more secrets out, eh? I might.. keep reading! at 6 drops, to me in a 10ml bottle is on the verge of being obscene! I can see here if I push it further, I will get that funky chemical tail my tongue always seems to be picking up. I don’t think I will be trying it at the 8 drop amount.. not yet anyways, and the 8 drop bottle has a spot on my table when I am once again wanting to play with my batter! Now on to a good recipe:

Cuppy Cakes! 30ml

14 drops .28 grams Cupcake Batter
9 drops .18 grams Pound Cake
2 drops .04 grams Cookie
6 drops .12 grams Sweet coconut
6 drops .12 grams Butterscotch
6 drops. 12 grams Greek Yogurt

See how I did this, with the layering? the pound cake will help with the body, unless I slip in 1 drop .02 grams of either mango or banana. The cookie, lends more of a bready bit, but will fade into the cake batter, and give it that cakey cookie dough type. The sweet coconut, its like adding in coconut milk, sweet light and creamy, for a more liquid type taste; if you do not want it liquidy, then go ahead and use the coconut at 2 drops per 30ml. The butterscotch is a hidden treasure here, as you can tounge chase and if you didn’t mix this, you wouldn’t recognize the scotch part, as the greek yogurt adds in some of that tangy bit of battery dough.. 😉

Now, if you can read in between the lines here.. and play with this recipe, you could turn out a omg melt your drip tip sugar cookie dough.. but… if you can’t, then might have to wait a bit, maybe I will drop it again somewhere! ~S

Chocolate Deutsch

Melts in your mouth, not in your hands, chocolate deutsch! One of my first chocolates I drool over from Flavorah! Talk about sweet goodies jumping into your mouth, this is it! So many uses for the German chocolate flavor, I lost count after 30!

For this flavor, if I can think back on my testing, I was using percentages. Totally all wrong, way over did it, all because my weakness is a good chocolate! I ended up with a mouth full of nutty coconuts and waxy chocolates! I admit it!! But since it’s been awhile since I played with this one, I did my drops like the rest, running from 2 drops .04 grams to 6 drops .12 grams in my 10ml bottle. at 2, its a light chocolate with the coconut far in the background, not much cakey bits at 2, but at 6 drops in a 10, look out, a pure thick german chocolate cake (with the help of some ap, to bring out the bread bit and some creamy bits) and light coconuts with yeah a touch of pecans! I didn’t get the almonds some say, just a nice pecan note. Beautiful done, and hey, Flavorah’s chocolates will not burn your coils up, no matter what your watts are! No funky tastes either, unless you way over do this one like I did!

Chocolate Deutch PB Kups

12 drops .24 grams Chocolate Deutch
9 drops .18 grams Peanut Butter
6 drops .12 grams Beer Nuts
6 drops .12 grams Cream
6 drops .12 grams Marshmallow

I decided on a peanut butter cup, something with thick chocolate and the cake bit helps with the gooey peanut butter, and the beer nuts helps with the salty taste, while the cream and marshmallow smooth everything out and give body and texture to my kups. I like to let this one sit around for a few days to a week, but after that, it’s bottles up and emptied! Make extra for reserves!

Cheesecake

I have a feeling I could be here, stuck in the land of cheesecake for a very very long time! However, I can’t. Cooking dinner for my son and we haven’t had much time together, due to the sales and contest I have run.. so this will be the last one for tonight, I know!

At first, I really couldn’t get into this flavor, to me, it lacked the sharp, tangy cheesecake bits, we all love in the NY cheesecakes. It was more creamy than anything, but if you took it up too high, it’s like tasting just cheese. I have gone over and over, how I find my spots, and I hope it is starting to click now, use drops, go low and work high, be patient, and keep at it. If I need to add how I did it here with this flavor, I can on request. To actually build a good recipe with this flavor, I got to thinking, what will give this some oomph, some pizzazz, and really turn it out for the best, so with a little tinkering and a small sample of what this flavor can do for your mixes, let’s start off with..

Tiramisu Cheesecake 30ml

12 drops .24 grams Cheesecake
6 drops .12 grams Vanilla Pudding
6 drops .12 grams Cream
2 drops .04 grams Greek Yogurt
1 drops .02 grams Chocolate Deutsch
3 drops .06 grams Crunch cereal
3 drops .06 grams Cookie dough
1 drops .02 grams Coffee

The vanilla pudding and cream support the cheesecake without overloading it down in creaminess too heavy, and the yogurt makes the cheesecake just pop all over! the way I did the coffee and crusty bits make the tiramisu just all tasty. You might need to raise these amounts up if using a tank, but for a dripper, it’s a spot on taste! 🙂

Bonus!

cream cheese icing

Cream Cheese Icing *Stone* mix
10ml bottle
Use as a new flavor, running around 2-4 drops per 10ml

2.00 grams Cheesecake (Flavorah)
2.00 grams Cream (Flavorah)
1.00 grams Marshmallow (Flavorah)
2.00 grams Cotton Candy (Flavorah)
1.00 grams Greek Yogurt (Flavorah)
1.00 grams Vanilla Bean (Flavorah)
1.00 grams Sweetness (Flavorah)

I had someone ask me how to turn this into a stone, made adjustments. ~S.

Blood Orange

OMG!! Finally, my favorite out of everything, blood orange!! Then again, I say this about almost every flavor! I do have a few I have to sit back and say, do I really want to claim this as a favorite? ha!
So, with all that said, let me get right down with this flavor, as it is one of the best representations of the citrus family, with it’s lush bright orange, the bloody sweetness, and the almost candy tones of this one.

Going thru my ranges again, at 2 drops .06 grams, its light but good! Easy on the mouth, but you will need to raise it more! At 4 drops .08 grams, it’s a fantastic blood orange being on the verge of juices running into your mouth, and at 6 drops .12 grams, look out!
9 drops .18 grams, you can probably make aspirin, that chewable kind, combined with Tangerine. Remember, less is more and it doesn’t take much with these flavors, at all! So, let’s see what recipe I can share..

Blood Orange Cake Batter 30ml

12 drops .24 grams Blood Orange
9 drops .18 grams Cake Batter
6 drops .12 grams Red Raspberry
6 drops .12 grams Vanilla Pudding
6 drops .12 grams Caramel
6 drops .12 grams Cheesecake

Let sit for at least a few days, but after a overnight sit you can try it out. Just remember to stop after a taste or two, or you will find yourself with an empty bottle. Go big or stay home!
Not responsible for empty bottles!

Note: I like to add in pineapple, 1-2 drops, to make this pop. it’s optional!

Edit: 5/23/2017 Yet another recipe I want to share!! It’s really simple yet so good!

blood orange basil
Blood Orange Basil Cocktail
12 drops .24 grams Blood Orange
3 drops .06 grams Cotton candy
2 drops .04 grams Marshmallow
6 drops .12 grams Cream
3 drops .06 grams Basil

This is simple, fresh and omg too good. If you want, you can add 1-2 drops of bourbon to this too, for a more realistic cocktail taste. The basil just makes this all come about, so cool calm and a touch of spice.. it’s really a must try! 🙂

Biscotti

Now this one, biscotti, I think is wrapped up in disguise! Taken too high, it can become a smoky burnt cookie cake! No joke, I can see this used in a few nuts and tobacco recipes, easy! Let me start out by saying with this one, aim low! I made up my bottles for this one, using my normal amounts, 3 drops .06 grams, 6 drops .12 grams and 9 drops .18 grams. You would know the first one I grabbed was the 9 drops and omg! Talk on the taste I got! Wow!

3 drops, its good, a cake floating in coffee, twice baked, just like a biscotti is supposed to taste like, to me. 6 drops, it starts to show signs that it can and will overpower anything you toss in with it.  9 drops, just do not go there, unless you want to change coil cotton and super clean your tank or dripper!

Don’t take me wrong, biscotti, despite me not liking it beyond 4-6 drops in 10mls, is very very good, and I am sure someone out there can come up with eve more recipes with this surprising flavor.

 

So here I go, Pumpkin Spiced Biscotti 30ml

3 drops .06 grams Biscotti
6 drops .12 grams Pumpkin Spice
6 drops .12 grams White Chocolate
6 drops .12 grams Cheesecake
3 drops .06 grams Vanilla Custard
3 drops .06 grams Sweetness**
3 drops .06 grams Yogurt

Now this, is a close one for me, as a all day taste. (I don’t have an all day, I can’t stick to just one taste, at all.) Complete yummy in a bottle, just watch it around your friends, they may like it more than I do! The sweetness is optional, I like it a touch on the sweet side, that way it goes nice with my coffee in the mornings!

If you enjoy this one, let me know!