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I DID NOT USE LA CHOCOLATE! I USED LA CHOCOLATE NATURAL!

If anyone has tackled a peanut butter profile, you know how difficult this can be because of the lack of really good peanut butter flavorings. Most are dry, too "peanut" and not enough "butter", and lacking in saturation. I took it a step further and added a chocolate, another hard profile(I must like the punishment). But after many batches, I believe this to be a fairly accurate mix. Do I think it's perfect? No, but I'll let you be the judge of that.

Lets start with the chocolate - First off, I DID NOT use LA Chocolate, I used LA Chocolate Natural, it's very different than LA Chocolate, so please don't substitute. All The Flavors does not have LA Chocolate Natural in their data base. I discovered this flavor on my quest for the best chocolate. This flavoring has a "real" chocolate vibe that seems to emulate a chocolate bar. It feels like a chocolate coating that you would have on a Reese Cup or chocolate bar. For this reason I chose this as my chocolate layer. I've used it from .5% - 2% but higher than 2% you start to get a very slight off note from it but not as bad as other chocolates. With any chocolate you need something to sell the profile because most are dry and "cocoa-like". Although LA Chocolate Natural has very little of this, it does need a "fatty" creamy note to make the chocolate believable. WF White Chocolate (Milky Cream) does this very nicely and it also gives the peanut butter note that creaminess that most peanut butter flavorings lack. This flavoring kills 2 birds with 1 stone.

Now the peanut butter - What can I say except I wish we had a better one. That being said, TPA DX Peanut Butter is the most accurate, best peanut butter we have. I tried bolstering TPA DX Peanut Butter with HS peanut Butter, and while it's a decent flavoring, it gave it too much of a "peanut skin" note. This seems to be a problem with most peanuts or peanut butters. I also tried FLV peanut butter, which in my opinion is the second best peanut butter, but it has such a dryness and off note that just didn't work. So, I focused on getting the creaminess and "caramel" notes right with the addition of the WF White Chocolate(Milky Cream) and FW Butter Pecan. The FW Butter Pecan adds the caramel and slight creaminess or smoothness that I needed to balance the peanut butter.

The cookie - WF Crispy Wafer was always on my list for this profile. It is the most accurate note for the type of wafer I was going for. The only problem was that it was too light. I tried pumping it up to around 5% but it began to make the mix very dry and throaty. I decided to try and lift the wafer note by adding FLV Graham Cracker at 1%, and it did lift the wafer up, but seemed too dark for a "wafer". So, I decided to brighten or "wafferize"(I know that's not a word) the graham cracker. I added CAP Sugar Cookie at a mere .5%, just enough to bring a brightness to the graham cracker.

I added .75% Cap Super Sweet to the mix because the real desert is sweet, but feel free to adjust it to your preference.

Do I think this is a perfect mix,...no, but given the flavors we have to work with, it's pretty damn tasty.

If you have trouble finding LA Chocolate Natural, you can find it at diyvaporsuppy.com. If you're outside of the US, You can look here for International retailers, https://www.lorannoils.com/medias/International%20Retailers%20and%20Distributors%202018.pdf

This is not a shake and vape! This mix is a bit throaty off the shake so please let it steep. It needs a week steep, but 2 weeks is suggested.

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Queen's Tea. A simple, yet complex and refreshing all Flavorah recipe. This recipe shows what you can do with only 3 flavorings from one vendor. Don't let the low percentages fool you, it's very flavorful. There's not much to describe here except to say it's a green tea with hints of honey with a bit of milk and bright citrus tangerine.

This can be a shake and vape but it's best to steep it for 2-5 days.

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FA HONEY IS AT A 10% PG DILUTION. DO NOT...I REPEAT...DO NOT USE FA HONEY AT .5%, IT MUST BE DILUTED TO 10% BEFORE YOU USE IT! ALSO, FA VANILLA ICE CREAM IS ALSO CALLED GELATO VANIGLIA.

With that said, "What the hell is Honey Butter Ice Cream?". Well, it was an idea that came to me on one of those sleepless nights. I don't think it's even a real thing but I thought the pairings of honey and butter with a rich ice cream would make for a delectable, decadent, desert. So, I went for it.

Recently I mixed a recipe by The eJuice Fairy(Jennifer Winstead) where she used FA Vanilla Ice Cream. I had never used it before but was very surprised how rich, creamy, and "clean" or "bright" it was. I chose this flavoring because I wanted a "bright" ice cream to make some separation from the buttery honey notes and it was the perfect choice.

WF Caramel Butter is such a rich flavoring. It adds both butter and a complimentary caramel to bolster the FA Honey. Please note: I DID NOT USE 0.5% FA HONEY. I used a 10% dilution of FA Honey, so please don't use it straight from the bottle at .5%, it's way too strong.

The CAP Vanilla Custard is there to give a bit of a mouth-feel and "compress" the ice cream, much like a home-made ice cream, not like a soft-serve ice cream. The FLV Cream is there to add a bit of vanilla and body as well.

Just a bit of CAP SS to lift up things a bit.

It was a lot of fun creating something that doesn't really exist in real life and I hope you will enjoy it as much as I do.

This can be a shake and vape but it's best to steep it for 2-5 days.
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Rudolph on Acid - My Christmas gift to the mixing community.

This is not a remix/clone of SMAX - Pony On Acid, it is however, inspired by that profile . I've been working for some time to clone Pony on Acid, and I've gotten close but it's not ready for release. I did however, want to release my version of what I imagined this profile could be.

SMAX describes Pony On Acid as "A blend of magical berries laced with a euphoric strawberry glaze." The images SMAX uses to describe this profile includes, strawberries, pineapple, and raspberries atop a light, fluffy cream, and that truly describes what I taste in the original. However, there are some off notes in the original that I get. There is a "hairspray" or "floral" note that is very off-putting and the "cream" layer seems a bit thin. So, I decided to use the profile as a guide but approach it differently.

To me, the cream needed to be fuller, and have more of a mouth-feel. I decided to go with a custard, but not a very "eggy" custard. FA Custard Premium was just right for this. If you're in the USA, you'll probably have a hard time finding this flavoring because FA North America doesn't want it sold in the USA. But DIY-ers can still purchase it through www.chefsflavours.co.uk .

In the original, I could definitely taste a marshmallow and it fit very well with the profile, so I stayed with that note and used FA Marshmallow at 2%.

The original's description states it is "laced with a euphoric strawberry glaze". You can simulate a "Strawberry Glaze" in many different ways. You use CAP Sweet Strawberry in conjunction with another strawberry and maybe add TPA Sweet Raspberry, and I actually did use that in some of my versions. However, I think the TPA Sweet Raspberry was what was giving the mix a "Hairspray" off note. I decided not to add a raspberry note and by doing so, eliminated the off note. Also, to keep with the profile and to consolidate the recipe as much as I could, I used only one strawberry, JF Strawberry Sweet. It has a nice "cooked" strawberry note much like a strawberry glaze.

The original's description doesn't mention anything about a pineapple. However, in all of the images SMAX uses to describe the profile, they show pineapple with the strawberries and in the original I definitely get a pineapple note. They are probably using CAP Golden Pineapple but in my mix it seemed a bit weak even at 1.5%. I decided I wanted a more distinct pineapple and TPA was the obvious choice, but you have to be careful with it because it can be harsh over .5% and can take over a mix. So I used it very low at only .25%.

I added Super Sweet at .5% to lift everything up make it more vivid. If that's too much, you can always reduce it to your liking.

I do believe this mix stays true to the profile while expressing my own preferences. Anyone who enjoys Pony On Acid, I hope, will enjoy this as well. Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

This can be a shake and vape but it's best to steep it for 2-5 days.
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From day 1 of my mixing career I have been on a quest to make the perfect chocolate milk. And with many failures, I believe I have gotten about as close as I can to that profile with Mayan Milk.

As all mixers know, chocolates are one of the hardest profiles to tackle. The reason being that most, if not all, chocolate flavorings have off notes. But this shouldn't be surprising in that chocolate flavorings in the cooking world are bitter, chalky, and just down right nasty. Chocolates are derived from the cocoa bean or cacao(/kəˈkaʊ/) bean. The beans are dried and fermented, then made into a powder. Chocolate is made from this powder with the addition of sugars and fatty ingredients. So in essence, chocolate flavorings are like a spice and they need to have supporting flavors to make a good chocolate.
So, in my quest for the "perfect" chocolate milk vape, I approached chocolate flavorings as a spice. Now, I don't believe there has ever been a "perfect" recipe, but for a chocolate milk, I think this is as close as I can get,.... for now ;) .

I began testing chocolate flavorings very early in my mixing career and the testing continues today. I have found a few that seem to work better than others and have the least "off notes", and those are the ones I used in my batching of this recipe.

For this recipe, I settled on CAP Double Chocolate V2. This is a highly under-rated flavoring in my opinion being that I don't see it much in other's recipes. It's a thick, deep chocolate, almost a dark chocolate, that only needs that sweet and fatty infusion to make it into a nice chocolate.

Most of my chocolate supporting flavorings have an inherent sweetness, FLV Cream, FA Meringue, LB Vanilla Ice Cream. These help add sweetness while adding creaminess and body to the mix.

I have noticed that most chocolate flavorings need either a coconut note, or a caramel note to simulate either cocoa butter(which is in most chocolates), or the caramel to simulate a richness like a caramel chocolate. In this mix I decided to go the caramel route. It seemed to be the better choice for a "Chocolate Milk" rather than using a coconut flavoring which seems to be better when going after a "Milk Chocolate" if that makes sense. FA Butterscotch was my choice at just 1%.

The secret weapon here to make this into a chocolate milk that would stand out among the others is HS Chocolate Cream. I absolutely love this flavoring. It gives the mix a certain "sourness", kind of like a yogurt but with more emphasis on the creaminess. It really makes the mix stand out.

In cooking, to make any real chocolate recipe, you have to sweeten it up. I added .75% CAP Super Sweet to accomplish this. If you find it too high, feel free to lower it. But trust me on this, CHOCOLATES NEED TO BE SWEET!

If there's one con to this recipe, I would say that when vaping this, I have to change my cotton about every 2 days. It's a pain, but so worth it.

This needs to steep for 4-7 days, but if you can, a 2 week steep is so worth the wait.

Just to let everyone know in the UK and EU,.... VanillaVapes now has Hangsen Chocolate Cream in stock! So, for those in the UK and EU, that were wanting to mix up Mayan Milk, now you can!

https://www.vanillavapes.co.uk/chocolate-cream-concentrate-30ml/?ctk=c6612cf1-cf49-49e1-8f90-b2ac58206af9&fbclid=IwAR0HvbL34iYrOIATB2Y8am_nQTLr4VPhyxcrJVU3fDlTCReJjuSlGA95F-o

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When Jen Jarvis asked me to join her on her Flavor-Pro YouTube channel for an episode called "Fantasy Food Fest", there was only one recipe profile that popped in my head....Butter Beer. Yes, yes,...I know you're thinking.. "Folkart is such a nerd." And well, you would be right. I absolutely love the Harry Potter story line. My brother and I even dressed like characters from the movies for a midnight showing of the last in the Harry Potter series; Don't judge.

Anyway, Jen Jarvis asked me to create a recipe based on a fantasy genre and Butter Beer was it. Now if anyone has visited the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Orlando, FLA, you would know that they sell the fictitious brew in the park. It's a combination of a cream soda, butterscotch, and whipped cream; A very delicious desert drink. However, being the Harry Potter nerd that I am, I dove a little deeper into this wizardly brew.

Wikipedia describes this witchy brew as tasting a little bit like "sickly butterscotch". Butter Beer was served cold in bottles and hot in foaming tankards. An extra sweet variant was brewed by Madam Rosmerta. Another variant was named Butter Beer 1707, which was considered very rare and could be ordered for delivery. And so, this was my quest to imagine what this rare formulation of Butter Beer 1707 tasted like.

I imagined it to be sweet, thick, and stickier than the basic brew. Although most real Butter Beers are made with cream soda, the 1707 version needed to have more of a bite, so instead I used FLV Root Beer.

The star of a good Butter Beer is the butterscotch. I used FA Butterscotch on the first versions but Butter Beer 1707 needed to be richer. So, I settled on VT Butter Toffee Base to bring a much richer "butterscotch" and add that butter note I was looking for. Paired with VT English Toffee, it gave it a more "sickly butterscotch" note.

I used FA Bavarian Cream at 2% to fill out the mix by adding creaminess to the mix.

Butter Beer 1707 should only be served hot with a frothy whipped cream atop. Therefore, CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream was my choice for this layer.

I added a touch of TPA Vanillin to lift up the Toffee's and added 1% CAP Super Sweet. If 1% SS is too high for you, feel free to lower it, but as I mention in my description of Butter Beer 1707, it's supposed to be sweet, thick, and sticky.

Ok, so now I can go back to the muggle world but I hope you will enjoy this brew on those cold winter months. Enjoy :)

You can most defiantly vape this as a shake and vape, but I would suggest a week steep.

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Last year about this time, I released my Sweet Potato Pie recipe. In the months following the release, Flavorah released their YAM that is out of this world delicious! Summer is close to an end and Fall will be here very shortly, so I felt it would be the perfect time to release my updated version.

This version builds off of the original but I added and took away a few flavorings for this version. (You can read my notes on the original version here https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/63611#sweet_potato_pie_by_folkart ).

FLV Yam is the star here. It's about as accurate a flavor as I've ever tested. I has a deep yam flavor that is second to none. I also kept the HS Pumpkin Pie but lowered the percentages from the original, just to add a bit of a commercial canned pumpkin/sweet potato aspect to the mix.

The DFS Holy Holy Grail is there for the caramel and vanilla almost giving it a "brown sugar" feel to the mix.

I stayed with the WF Caramel Rice Crispy Treats because to me, it's flavor is that of the soft pumpkin pie crust that is on the bottom of a pumpkin pie. The caramel also adds to the richness of the mix.

CAP Vanilla Custard. A sweet potato pie is in essence a custard, so by adding this flavoring at 1%, it gives it that sweet custard feel, without taking away from the yam and pumpkin.

My original version used CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl, and while it's a great flavoring to use, the cinnamon can be a bit strong. Wayne Walker reviewed my original version and he did like it very much, but he said he would tweak it a bit by reducing the CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl. So I took his advise in this version and used WF Cinnamon Pastry because to me it has a slightly less cinnamon note.

My first few versions did not have FA Cookie but I felt it was needed to bring home the pie crust note. And I think that it has.

One thing that my original lacked, in my opinion, was a buttery note. I have learned that this is a very important note to include in most bakeries. You may ask, "Why FLV Popcorn though?". To me FLV Popcorn is the perfect flavor to add that buttery note. I do use CAP Golden Butter in a lot of my mixes, but it requires a very long steep and sometimes has a plastic note that I can't get past, especially when used at higher percentages.

One other suggestion Wayne Walker made in his review of my original was that the TPA Toasted marshmallow was not really doing much in the mix. So I took his advise and removed the TPA Toasted Marshmallow and with the addition of the CAP Vanilla Custard, I agree that it's not needed.

I added .5% CAP Super Sweet to liven things up a bit, but you can lower or raise this to your liking.

You can most defiantly vape this as a shake and vape, but I would suggest a week steep to let the CAP Vanilla Custard bloom.

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Assassin! This remix has pushed my skills to the limit. You would think a custard would be one of the easiest remixes to tackle, but this profile took over 40 batches to get right! Vapetasia's Killer Kustard has a certain sharpness or brightness that was very difficult to mimic. I have no idea what they use, but I think I've come about as close as I can without absolutely going insane trying to figure out what flavorings they use.

I want to give a big shout out to Wayne Walker for his insight on this profile. Although his thoughts on what goes into Killer Kustard is much different than my final version, he has been a huge help tackling this profile, thanks Wayne.

My first 20 or 30 batches were loosely based on Waynes public release of his Killa Kustard. And while it is very close, there seemed to be missing that "sharpness" or "Brightness" I mentioned earlier. I honestly used every conceivable combination of custards, creams, ice creams, and sweeteners that I could and created a shit-ton of really good custards, just not Killer Kustard.

One "break-through" I had was when I ordered DFS Holy Vanilla. I had been using INW Shisha Vanilla for that sharp vanilla note I was getting in the original, but it wasn't quite right. I heard Wayne say that he too got a "sharpness" from the original and thought by turning up his percentages, he might could get that sharpness. I normally don't use vanillas over say .5%, but DFS Holy vanilla can be cranked up, and that was the secret sauce that was needed.

Many mixers think that the custard used in the original is CAP Vanilla Custard V2 and while that may be the case, I found that CAP Vanilla Custard V1 worked better for me giving it a much deeper, eggier feel.

HS Italian Cream is there to give the mix and even deeper, rich note that most creams lack. At 1% it really adds character to the mix.

Last but not least, FW Sweetener. Many mixers say it's best to use EM in custards, and for the most part I agree that sweeteners like CAP SS is not the best for this particular profile. However, when I used TPA EM I got a muting that was taking away from the brightness I was going for and when paired with DFS Holy Vanilla, FW Sweetener was the best choice for this profile.

This recipe is very simple in it's structure, but it was not a simple recipe to try to clone/remix. I've done my best and anyone who loves Killer Kustard will, I'm sure, love this.

Steep time is a minimum of 1 week, 2 weeks is better for the CAP Vanilla Custard to shine. I mixed this at 70/30 VG/PG as that's what the original is mixed at.

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I'm sure glad that's over!

Catacomb. This is my inaugural attempt at a tobacco profile. I have to say, it took some time to develop a palate for tobaccos but I think this is a very nice first tobacco recipe. This recipe needs a full month steep to fully develop. If you vape it too soon you will get too much of an ashy note. Also, this is a recipe for people who love tobacco profiles. So, if you don't like tobaccos, this might not be for you. If you are a connoisseur of tobacco profiles, I think this will be right up your alley.

My goal here was to make a honey, roasted pecans and cream, tobacco, with brown sugar notes, ...heavy on the tobacco note. So you will get a bit of an ash in this mix. But if you let it steep for a month the ashy note will subside a lot.

This recipe is pretty self explanatory, but I will break it down.

The FLV (CA)vendish is there to represent the ashy tobacco. It's quite strong so only .1% is required.

The FLV (TA)tanka is there for a deep, slightly moist tobacco.

The FLV (COMB)Milk & Honey adds the honey and a bit of milky creaminess.

The DFS Holy Holy Grail RY4 is there for the brown sugars.

And last but not least, the WF Roasted Pecans & Cream adds the roasted pecans and adds a bit of creaminess and a very slight roasted coffee note.

I hope experienced tobacco profile vapers will mix this and give me feedback as tobacco profiles are new to me and would love to see the comments. If you're not an experienced tobacco profile vaper, maybe this will be your introduction into tobaccos.

Steep time is 1 month. Yes I know that's a long time to wait, but I think you will be glad you did.

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This is a remix of Vaper's Knoll - Lunar Harvest - https://www.vapersknoll.com/products/lunar-harvest - submitted by Avon Barksdale. If you would like to submit a clone request, please visit this link https://www.facebook.com/notes/freedom-to-mix/suggest-remixesclones/461914887596726/ and I will do my best to create a remix.

Vaper's Knoll describes this as a blue rock candy with berries and cotton candy and that's a very good description of the profile. It's a pretty straight forward recipe, but when vaping the original, I was picking up on a hint of creaminess. So I added CAP Creamy Yogurt at 1.5%. This seems to "break-up" the fruits a bit and adds a deeper dimension to the recipe. It's defiantly not a yogurt profile, and adding it doesn't turn it into a yogurt profile. It just adds depth to the over-all recipe.

Thanks to Avon Barksdale for sending this remix suggestion. If you like candy vapes, I'm sure this will be one you will like. This can be a shake and vape, but just a couple days and it's better.

Any comments, reviews, good or bad is welcomed. It makes us all better mixers. :)
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User: folkart Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
I was little apprehensive to mix this recipe because of the number of different flavorings. However, I'm glad I did. This is one of the smoothest, creamiest custards I have ever mixed! It has a brightness and freshness that most custards lack. It's not too heavy on the eggy note that most custards have. Very tasty! I will defiantly mix this again and again! Nice work 007! :) I suggest steeping this for at least 1 week.
User: folkart Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
This is a wonderful bright, delicious profile. After vaping a lot of heavy bakeries, this was a welcomed change in flavor. Very well balanced and really enjoyed the orange. Very well done Luis!
User: folkart Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
I did not have FA Custard Premium, so I used FA Custard. Not sure what the difference makes but this recipe is delicious! I think Luis was going for a mostly custard profile, however, I get more of a creamy/milky feel from this vape. I also get a fruity cereal from this. Not sure where the cereal is coming from but I think the AP with the fig and Shisha Vanilla is where it's coming from. In any case, this is an awesome mix! Good job Luis!
User: folkart Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Another great recipe by Luis! This reminds me of a banana nut bread only with fig instead of banana. It has just the right amount of spice and nut to make this a very accurate spicy fig cake. Excellent!
User: folkart Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Chocolate, cherry, sweet tobacco, what more would you want. This is a perfect blending of these flavors! As with most tobaccos you need to let them steep. Off the shake there is a slight mustiness that's common with most tobaccos. Just give it a few days and everything blends nicely. Great job Shyndo!
User: folkart Score: 5 Entered: 7 months ago
Nice mix here! This mix has a wonderful tropical "Neon" sherbet feel to it. It's creamy, bright, tropical, and delicious. There is a slight floral note and I normally don't like floral notes, but in this mix it's very well balanced and I think it adds to the over-all mix and makes it better. Nice work here Imagineight!
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