Used in 335 recipes at an average of 1.031%.
Profile: Nutbar covered with chocolate and salted caramel.
TPA Bavarian Cream - A must for the arsenal of flavors of all mixers. In this recipe adds some creaminess and binds with the nuts so they do not get so dry.
FA Hazel Grove (hazelnut) - Pure hazelnut and super concentrated. Add realism to the Hazelnut itself.
FW Hazelnut - A very versatile hazelnut that can be applied to various profiles. Upping the percentage brings notes of chocolate.
FLV Pistachio - A pistachio balanced both in body and texture. The skin is present in this flavor such as TPA Pistachio. Incredibly strong and real.
CAP Toasted Almond - Generic almond like the ones we buy at supermarkets. Not much toast but a noticeable note.
TPA Whipped Cream - Recipe emulsifier. Creates a bond between the nuts and the caramel.
FW Salted Caramel - Caramel that is not salty as the name says but simulates the characteristic flavor of salty caramel. That note of caramel that as it took salt has a distinct aroma, different than just caramel made of sugar.
FLV Chocolate Deutsch - Creamy and melted chocolate from the cakes. It is the best possible description for this flavor. Super concentrated too. 1 DROP IS ENOUGH! Together with FW Hazelnut, it brings notes of melted chocolate to the profile.
Steep: Between 5 to 7 days for the chocolate to calm down and the caramel to be wrapped with the nuts.
The Nanaimo bar. Chocolate, coconut and almond base, with a layer of custard and a chocolate ganache topping.
This needs some aging to really blend into what I believe to be a good representation. 14 days? Maybe more, maybe less. I forgot about the mix for a month, but was pleasantly surprised how itturned out.
This recipe was totally on a whim with a section of flavors I am used to.. The percentages have been worked on over and over for the last couple of weeks and I think I have nailed it down just right.. The Butter Pecan and Peanut Butter play well together as well as the Melty Caramel to add a slight caramel tone.. You do not get a huge chocolate tone on the vape but it is there melding with the other flavors..
I was playing with the name I had something that was funny to me and to some others but in general I was a little immature so I edited the name and some wording in the description..
This is for the year in mixing peeps challenge. This is chocolate cake with crushed oreos sat on top of rich chocolate pudding. Topped with coco nut and peeps.
Peeps bunnies hop around on a "dirt" cake of chocolate pudding and crushed Oreos. This Hoppy Easter Bunny Dirt Cake is both scrumptious and adorable, and it is guaranteed to make a cute addition to your Easter dessert table. Perfect for chocolate-lovers, the "dirt" part of this cake is made from rich chocolate pudding and Oreos.
A delightfully Dark and Rich vape with cherry chocolate nuances and a touch of chewing tobacco layered on a classic tobacco pairing.
Tatanka is interesting as hell and quite a polarizing flavor. I couldn't find a tobacco that paired better with cherry or chocolate in the entire flavorah line. Layered on top of a classic combination of cured and red burley it really shines. The red burley really adds a touch of nuttiness and wonderful tobacco body and the cured just goes hand in hand with it.
Cherry Extract is surprisingly light at 3 percent and really helps brighten up an otherwise dark and rich vape. It can also really help those chewing tobacco notes from Tatanka pop and keep them interesting. That touch of cherry also reminds me of that lovely red fruit note you get from some of the really nice chocolates like valrhona.
Chocolate Deutsch lends an all-encompassing dark rich chocolatey body for everything to settle into, turning this into a lovely vape to have with your morning coffee. It really also helps dry out the vape a bit and keep it in that lovely tobacco realm. Some people get a light coconut from this flavor, I think the cherry and tatanka mask it quite nicely making this more of a rich dry chocolate back note with a slight hint of riesen.
Thank you FEAR and Graham for testing it for me and telling me to release it ASAP, and LonesomeRhodesTN Ckemist and Chemical Burn Victim for keeping it real in the tobacco world.
A sweet coconut and cream pie with just the right amount of chocolate. I wanted to keep the chocolate in the background in this recipe, while pushing the coconut to be the upfront main notes of the recipe. FA Breakfast cereal brings a nice and light bakery crust that compliments both the coconut and chocolate.
Chocolat-orange cake with a dark rich cake and a luxurious hint of orange.
Chocolat deutsch: A delicious Dark rich chocolat cake with coconut.
Chocolate, cocoa, dark bean: Allthough the coconut isn't anoying in the chocolat deutsch, the recipe doesn't call for it. By layering the dry cocopowder like cocoa and the smoother almost milky chocolate along with a bit of the bitter notes of the coffee i'm attempting to sway the balance away from the coconut a bit.
Graham cracker clear and golden butter: Cause every cake needs some of that.
Hazelnut: Well take your pick of wonderfull properties. Nutty, creamy, moisturing, ...
Blood orange and lemon zest: I got the Blood orange flavor hoping for a great orange to use in a orange creamsicle but for some reason, none of the oranges that i've tried tend to work for me there. I always get a orange syrup like flavor so I thought i might have better luck using it for what it is. The lemon zest is to up the zesty part this recipe calls for.
Sweetness: well it is a sweet profile so... Wreck your coils and wicks with super sweet if you want. This is what I use (or a homebrew blend of stevia in glycerin and sucralose that is kinda the same)
Dispite the dark flavor profile, this juice is clean and pure and will keep your gear wicking and vaping long time.
I've been a big fan of Ninja Man. I don't know why, its a pretty simple and linear profile. I guess it may be because ever since I was 12 I've been lactose intolerate. Man have I missed my chocolate milk. I've always detected a coconut note on the finish with ninja man, and I just knew it had to be Flavorah chocolate deutch. I've been playing with this and I think it's pretty spot on. It been a struggle trying to get the body exactly right, there are just too many options and variables. Here's where I'm at right now:
Flavorah Chocolate Deutch: This is a great flavoring, but its strong. It's a bit bipolar, keep it low and its a nice smooth chocolate, a tad on the darker side, with a touch of coconut on the finish. The closer you get to 1% with it and the coconut starts to shine. 0.4% about 2 drops per 10ml is just right. A little really does go a long way.
TPA Bavarian Cream: A great easy to use custard with a nice medium body. Its thick and rich and just about right.
FA Vienna Cream: I used this to loosen up the Bavarian Cream a bit to make it a little more milky.
TPA Vanilla Swirl: This in conjuction with Vienna Cream help make the Bavarian Cream into a looser cream body. Not quite milk, more like a nice medium body cream. I chose to use it for its lighter creamy texture, and a little note of vanilla, as chocolate and vanilla always go hand in hand. It does like a good steep tho.
This is good as a shake and vape. Vanilla Swirl does like a good steep so it should get better over time. I usually mixed a 30ml bottle and it usually doesn't make it past a few days.
Enjoy and please leave me a comment!
Holy wow this is a great flavoring! Really prime as a standalone, one you surely don't want to miss out on if you like German Chocolate Cake. It's got a delectable cakey chocolate, and a tasty sweet coconut undertone to it. Even though this flavoring is great by itself, its complexity does make it somewhat more difficult to mix with. Its obvious role is going to be bakeries focusing on chocolate and coconut, not many other directions it can be taken due to the pronounced chocolate and coconut. I feel like if they were able to take just the cakiness from this they would have a pretty great sub for FW Yellow Cake.