By: Flavorah (FLV)
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A delicious thick/creamy bowl of oatmeal with cooked apple & peach bits, brown sugar, light cinnamon and a smidgen of half & half cream.
FE Oatmeal 'n Milk is something I have been trying to get ahold of for quite some time. The 10ml bottles seemed to always be sold out. Finally, I gave in and bought a 30ml bottle. And I wasn't disappointed. This has a taste and smell of FE's sweet rice(thankfully WITHOUT that horrible jasmine note!) initially. After 2 days steeping, this flowers into...cooked oatmeal! And I've always loved oatmeal.
For the little bits of cooked peach & apple, I used both WF Peach Pie & Cream(specifically for its' cooked peach note) and FLV Apple Pop(perfect cooked apple). Apple Pop also has a very faint cinnamon to it that I wanted in addition to FW Brown Sugar.
I added OOO Cream Milky Undertone PG to sort of "bulk up" the thickness oatmeal has. This is the 1st time I ever thought to use this for something other than mouth feel. And it worked wonderfully here in this way. In addition to this concentrate, I always add a splash of half & half cream to my bowl of oatmeal, and FA Cream Fresh filled that need perfectly.
Finally, our oatmeal had to be perfectly seasoned. In my opinion, there is nothing worse than oatmeal made without a touch of salt. It turns my stomach. For this reason, good ole Saline 0.9% was included(thankfully I'm a nurse and have a never-ending supply of this). Topped off with 0.25% CAP Super Sweet, this tastes very similar to Quaker Instant Peaches & Cream Oatmeal(only BETTER because of the apple inclusion).
Vaping this fresh off the shake, I found this good...but a bit dry. At 2 days steep it became a little more moist. At 3 days & beyond it was perfect. The peaches, apples, cinnamon/brown sugar become only an accent and the oatmeal steals the spotlight as intended. And at the very end of the exhale, you will taste that cream fresh! I hope you enjoy this. It has been my "white whale"!!
VG: MAX(At least 88%)
STEEP DAYS: 2-3
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Fall spiced tobacco with bold apple when vaped fresh, or mellow apple if allowed to steep for a few weeks. The spice notes calm down after a couple weeks and mellow into a warm underglow to the maplely leafy tobacco notes and the woody fire notes. The Creme Bavarian brings in the caramel notes, boosts the maple notes, and smooths the flavors with a cream note. The Honeycomb acts as a backbone to the tobacco adding a bakery note that isn't quite a cookie and isn't quite honey.
This is something I always wanted to perfect in an e-liquid as I have always had a love for Apple Pie Moonshine. When Flavorah came out with Apple Filling and Apple Pop I mixed them with FA Apple Pie and FA Fuji originally. However, when I discovered PUR Country Apple I thought immediately after trying it that this would probably replace FA Fuji in my Hillbilly Pop recipe. Here is how I built this recipe.
The base is
FVV Apple Filling
FLV Apple Pop
FA Apple Pie
PUR Country Apple
FA Amber (for that nice fermented apple touch)
Some body for the recipe
CAP butter Cream adds some body and helps smooth out the pie portion of the recipe
Supporting and and polishing the recipe
FA Whisky of course adds the alcohol note that makes this recipe authentic. I tried other types but FA Whisky seemed to carry that note well.
FA Shade helps to separate the apple from the alcohol and helps to smooth out the recipe.
I really enjoy this and find it to be a very interesting e-liquid to vape on. It's pretty accurate and those who like the alcohol type vape will probably
enjoy vaping this as much as I do. It sure is different than most other e-liquids I vape.
To note, FA Shade can be left out but it makes the vape a bit harsher but a bit stronger. Sometimes I use it and other times I don't. If you try this recipe
I suggest trying it first with FA Shade and then once without. You can SNV but I normally give at least 3 days for the Whiskey to settle down a bit.
An apple cider pudding pie
This is a flamboyantly autumnal recipe that, being shared in the first week of spring, couldn't possibly be more out-of-season. It's also poached entirely from @ConcreteRiver's delicious Deer Lodge recipe, with all of the ingredients being exactly the same, even used at the same concentrations, with just two small additions.
This is not meant to imply that there is anything wrong with Deer Lodge, that it's missing or lacking anything at all. But when FlavorPro Jennifer Jarvis asked for a pudding pie for the #yearofmixing competition, I knew immediately that I wanted to try to wrap Rick's hopped-up apple cider pudding in a delicate, subtle pie crust. Several attempts with various other crusty ingredients did not work. This one does.
I don't get any apple or spice (not that either of them would be unwelcome here) out of FA Apple Pie. It just tastes like a plain ol' pie crust. And it's the only non-graham pastry crust flavor I could get to work as a main crusty competent here. The others trampled the hell out of that that lovely rich buttery pudding base. A light touch of FW Pie Crust provides another layer of bakery, making for a more flaky, less doughy, pie. Its darker sweetness emulates the edges of the crust, where the pie is crunchier and browner. The result? A dessert vape fit for the hunter coming home after a long day on the deer lease.
Week 9 -- This is my first inspirational mix, for Lifa Vapes. Keeping a recipe simple is sometimes hard as a DIYer, and while this doesn't have a ton of ingredients in it the layering on this recipe is lovely. You don't get a straight out apple or strawberry but a delightful blend of the two with a hint of a caramely apple dancing in the background and a smooth layer of sweet cream. Light sweetener level makes this easily an all day vape. Yes, it's shake and vape for me, might not be for you, so try it fresh and if it's a bit harsh for you let it steep for 3 days minimum.
A hopped apple cider pudding.
This started out as a riff on Mill's "Soursop Pudding." I loved that recipe. The pudding base was on point, and I dug how he used hops as an accent to soursop. I took the basic idea and ran with it.
FLV Vanilla Pudding is the base of the recipe, bringing a smooth texture and some body to the table. The FLV Coconut is in here mostly to accentuate the richness of that pudding base. The errant bits of coconut flavor actually work pretty well, but I'm mostly after the buttery richness of that flavor.
I really wanted an excuse to try to make apple and hops work together. For some reason, I had never tryed it out, but I really dig how the hops plays with the boozy notes of FLV Apple Cider and the Apple Pop is there to really punch in the apple profile.
The cinnamon was the final addition to temper some of the clash between the boozy notes of the cider and the rich pudding. Plus, the warm spice makes this feel even more comforting and like a vaguely macho dessert you'd get at some boutique hunter's lodge. Shoutout to LimeDrive for testing an earlier version of this via Mixer's Club and suggesting cinnamon. Turns out, it ties the whole thing together.
The city light is too bright to save me or be seen. Welcome to Deer Lodge.
For Week 7 - Feeling Heroic? The Year of Mixing Challenge -
My hero, the Eleventh Doctor. Out of the all the Doctor Who's I've watched Eleven is my favorite...cause bowties are cool. In the first episode as the new doctor, Eleven visits a young Amelia Pond where he finds he likes fish fingers and custard. Well I'm not making fish fingers and custard as a flavor, so I'm going with deep fried apple slices dipped in custard. So this inspired by recipe adds one of my favorite fruits - cause I'm not a super fan of strawberries.
Going for a straight fried apple dipped in a funnel cake type of coating, no cinnamon, no spices.
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Edit To Review updates: After it's steep of a little over a week, I decided the funnel cake should probably be lowed a little because it is just a little too heavy. The apple notes were brought up a touch, but not much and just a little more custard notes. Otherwise it is quite tasty. All changes have been made to the recipe as it reads now.
A dark, bready tobacco with a fruity fig finish. Something like eating a sleeve of fig netwtons and a freshly opened pack of cigarettes at the same time, but at least moderately more pleasant than that. It's a bit obnoxious, really. But obnoxious can be fun, and sometimes I need a tobacco that doesn't screw around.
This recipe has a long and tortured genesis. The original base for the recipe was a recipe called "Gravity" from a MixLife grudge match between myself and the mighty ID10-T. The original parameters of the mixoff were five flavors, all flavorah. I came up with a fig newton after messing around some of the darker, bolder flavors from the flavorah line. I eked out a win (shoutout to making stupid, risky choices) with this recipe:
.25% FLV Apple Pop
.25% FLV Cookie
2% FLV Ginger Snap
.25% FLV Raisin Rum
.75% FLV Sweet Fig (Subbed out for .5% FLV Fig, as the judges didn't actually have sweet fig.)
It was good enough to win, but it was overall just a bit too dark and intense for a fig newton cookie.
But hey, Ckemist suggested turning into a tobacco, so that's what we did. Lean into the darkness.
Not a ton has changed from the original gravity recipe here. I've cut the FLV Ginger Snap in half, just because that tobacco is already pretty darn dark and I didn't need everything going too bitter and burnt. I've also just embraced the sub for FLV Fig as opposed to FLV Sweet Fig. There isn't much of a difference, and the straight Fig is quite a bit more popular.
I don't really have a solid enough grasp with tobaccos to start throwing 4 at a time in here, so I just settled for one of my favorite non-aromatic tobaccos at the basic bitch percentage of 2%. Messing around with the tobacco here is a good idea. Make it work for you. I'd generally stay away from anything aromatic. If there's anything too close to an ammonia flavor in there it's going to push that FLV Fig into some weirder off notes. This also doesn't seem to work particulary well with oriental/turkish/herbalish tobaccos. You just want something solid for all the newton to bounce off of. Kentucky worked for me here. Cured felt a little lighter but it was a'ight as well.
I'm a bit of masochist, but adding .5% FA Black Fire adds a really interesting sweet smoke to this... I thinks it's a bit too dark to really work well with INW DNB or FLV Classic Cigarette for anything too overtly ashy. This also benefits quite a bit from .25% FA MTS if it's coming across as too harsh for you.
Steep time here is mostly going to be dictated by the Tobacco. This works pretty well after an overnight, and starts to fade out a bit on day 3. That tobacco should come back in about 2 weeks though, so maybe forget about it for a while, okay? I find it works best as a high nic mtl banger but do whatever you want.