By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 2029 recipes at an average of 0.554%.
Lychee fanatics rejoice!
A very soft, smooth well rounded lychee focused blend with soft gummy mouth feel. Not too sweet, not too floral, absolutely balanced, fresh and different. The best Lychees come from Fujian, and this is the best Lychee I’ve ever tasted.
Nicotine River’s pacific cooler provides a hint of coconut, pineapple and is reminiscent of the blue ocean water flavor if you’re familiar with that. I think you can still buy them at sonic.
Capellas sweet lychee fills out the middle of the recipe and provides some sweetness.
Ws-23 gives it a cool exhale without muting the delicate blend of flavors.
I chose Flavorah sweetness because I’m really trying to avoid sucralose. You could sub with .5 super sweet but try sweetness. It’s good.
Nicotine River’s blue raspberry taffy helps the blue concept of the mix, and provides some tangy, almost chewy mouthfeel.
Flavorah’s lychee helps the sweet lychee stand out by filling out the top notes of the profile.
I hope you enjoy it!
A orange champagne with bright red berries.
So I build this around the blood orange champagne and moscato. I wanted somethings fresh and bright for the
The blood orange gives some nice orange depth to the champagne, and the sour lemon lifts all the ingredients to a more forward bright taste. I didn’t had that in, in my first versions, but I felt like something was missing, and the lemon did exactly what I was hoping.
The pink panther is the “secret” ingredient here. It’s got such a good Blackcurrant, red berries taste, that just blends nicely in.
I think I got it pretty well balanced with a sweet orange champagne inhale and a red berrie exhale. And at the end you get the Blackcurrant. Totally yummy imo.
Tested on Citadel rda, fused Clapton coil, 0.22 at 40w👍😉
I am not a super cool guy, so the 0.1 ws23 is mainly there to add some fizz, and I do think that it fits the profile with some coolness, so feel free to bump it up to 0.25 or 0.5. Wouldn’t recommend any higher than that, but that is for every profile. Over 0.5 is just to much man!😊
Aaaand. If you dont get enough flavor. (I get plenty) make i as a one shot, and mix it at a higher %. 😊
I like water Malone, but i wanted to see if I could improve upon it. Flavorah is great, but I’ve never made a successful full FLV recipe and they happen to have some flavors that really pop in the fruit line.
Wayne already showcases this in his water Malone recipe with wild melon and watermelon, I added cantaloupe and green apple. I add ws-32 to my water Malone at around 1%, to keep it FLV I went with cool menthol, possibly the strongest menthol on the market. It’s useful because it doesn’t mute, and you really only need a drop or two per 30-60ml. Feel free to skip the menthol or sub your own.
Personally, I think it’s great. Try it?
Peanut Butter Banana Tobacco
Thought of a Banana RY4 dessert style tobacco so i went trying the classic ry4's, butterscotch and caramel but found TPA's Peanut Butter screaming at my face so here it is.
TPA Peanut Butter Is a great peanut butter with some flaws but here does his job perfectly. Adds a bit of butter to the mix as well as a chocolaty note that goes really well with bananas.
TPA Banana Cream was another obvious choice for me i love it and its so easy to use, has good creaminess at 3% and the banana is exactly were i wanted it.
TPA Ry4 Double ok.. i wanted an ry4 and went with the classic, at 3% adds a bit of tobacco like note with caramel.
FLV Caramel is more of a brown sugar than a caramel at 0.5% helps the caramel from Ry4 to get deeper and adds that brown sugar sweetness to everything.
Finally FLV Red Burley is my favourite flavorah tobacco, and in this case helps giving the recipe a slight tobacco note without having to steep the ry4 for 2-3 weeks, wich was one of my goals for this recipe. Has some nuttiness that plays awsamely well with peanut butter and a slight frutiness that goes nicely with banana, (Red Burley is aswame)
I let it sit for 3 days but after a week or so it gets better.
The more you let it the better it gets.
GOT inspired mix made for FRESH03 saturday show - A pear dominate thick syrup brandy cocktail
I have always been a Yara fan, and lets face it that lady has a set!
For this mix pear is the star, WF ripe pear is full sweet pear with some flesh and juiciness. The pear halves is a sweet almost canned syrup pear which adds the syrup note to this brandy.
Cherimoya fills out the middle of mix with some body sweetness and pairs really nicely with the pear.
The yakima hops helps add that slight bitter note along with the brandy to add the warmth to give the impression of booze
FA brandy is not very booze but really adds a dark sweetness and sort of softens some of the brightness to the pair.
Sour apple was added for a light sharp note to contrast some of the sweetness and adds another note to the pear
Lovely Creamy Vanilla Greek Yogurt topped with Honey Bee.
Created after a request made in a well known FB group, CF - The Kitchen.
I used some of the finest aromas made available by FLV to create this smooth, slightly sour and vanilla rich vape recipe.
The base ingredient is FLV Greek Yogurt, upped the % to make it stand out from the vanillas used in the recipe, FLV Marshmallow Vanilla makes this mix so fluffy, while the combo FLV Vanilla Smooth and a little FLV Vanilla Pudding create a rich and full bodied vanilla taste.
Who said layering flavours does not contribute to mixing? Let me prove them wrong.
Finally added some sweetness and topped the mix with my all-time favourite honey, FLV Honey Bee, a very versatile honey with many faces.
Enjoy this fine and delicate tasting vape.
Been on the shelf for awhile, no degradation in taste.
Steep at least 5 days, gets better with time.
Nothing fancy going on here just a simple creme caramel that has become my default dessert vape.
This is a Reworking of a recipe I had published a while ago as I wasn't happy with it.
WF Crispy water was dropped. It's a muddled flavour and not to my liking. I'm convinced a lot of WF flavours are better off in food recipes.
3% VT Creme Caramel is quite a weak flavour but after it steeps a bit those creamy caramel/ butterscotch notes come out.
However, it has zero body so 2% FA Custard Premuim adds a creamy custard base.
Finally 1% DYFS Holy Vanilla adds that smoky vanilla top-note and a little cream without detracting from the recipe. .
• 0.35% Flv Sweeteness (optional)
Dig in if you like but benefits from a 3 day steep.
Any resemblance to actual "1-2-3" recipes is purely coincidental.
...when you just want a swirling shitstorm of smooth butterscotch, chocolate, vanilla, coconut creme, and crushed graham crackers.
I wanted a "candy" type of butterscotch flavor, so I used FW BUTTERSCOTCH, which resembles Werther's candies. FW BUTTERSCOTCH RIPPLE makes this layer more buttery and more smooth. It's just a great and versatile flavor.
FLV COCONUT is a potent realistic flavoring that doesn't taste like suntan lotion in this mix and at this percentage. FLV Sweet Coconut did not work well here. Neither did TFA Coconut Candy.
FLV MILK CHOCOLATE. 'nuff said. There is no better chocolate that works in this particular shitstorm of a mix.
INW SHISHA VANILLA and CAP VANILLA WHIPPED CREAM add smooth vanilla and whipped fluffiness respectively. I love the hell out of Shisha Vanilla and have been using it frequently.
TFA GRAHAM CRACKER CLEAR meshes so well here with FLV Coconut that it's almost as if they were made for one another.
FLV SWEETNESS finishes the whole thing off nicely with a sweetness that will not gunk your coils. It's wonderful stuff.
I usually make this 120ml at a time. That's because I highly enjoy it as a SNV. But, I also enjoy it as it changes as time goes on. Fresh, it's more butterscotch/chocolate & graham forward. At about 9 days, the vanilla is more prominent. At 14 days the Graham and vanilla are pushed forward together. And at 21 days on, it's just a bowl of swirled chocolate, butterscotch, vanilla, coconut, and crushed graham crackers. A real shitstorm of a mixture for the sweetest sweet tooth in DIY Land!!
Recommended VG: 75%
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