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So, I've been testing a lot of flavors recently and have suffered from Vaper's Tongue. I posed the question in Discord on what to do about this other than taking a vapecation. I received a lot of suggestions ranging from switching up my eliquid, blasting my palate with high %'s of lemon and menthol ejuices and gargling with pickle juice. I also did a bit of research on what the food industry uses to cleans palates. Many high end restaurants use a tangy sorbet to cleanse palates between courses and some wine tasters will inhale coffee bean aromas. I decided to go with the sorbet route and am asking mixers to try this recipe to see if this will help with vaper's tongue. I personally think that it helps but would love to know your thoughts on this matter.

Technically, this is not a sorbet because a sorbet is mostly a fruity ice mixture and not an ice cream. However, going on what other mixers have suggested I created this "Palate Reset" recipe to mimic a sorbet by using LB Vanilla Ice Cream with Cap Peppermint. In many instances, a sour aroma was used to cleanse the palate, so that's where the FE Lemon comes into play. A touch of sweetener was used to liven things up a bit.

I wanted to make this recipe to help mixers overcome Vaper's Tongue but, as it stands, this recipe is very good as an ADV.
If you mix this, please post your comments on if, and how this recipe works as a palate cleanser or palate reset.
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This was a challenge that Shakenvape007, aka, David and myself agreed to test each other. One a pumpkin Pie ( https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/63776#i_hate_pumpkin_pie_by_shakenvape007 ), the other a Sweet Potato Pie. We will let you be the judge.

Sweet Potato Pie! With Fall in the air and the holidays approaching, it's time to release some seasonal blends. Many mixers will probably be releasing their seasonal vapes and I'm sure there will be plenty of pumpkin ejuices to choose from. I wanted to do something a bit different with pumpkin and see if I could bend HS Pumpkin Pie into a sweet potato pie. Not sure if this is a southern thing but, around the holidays instead of pumpkin pies, many of us make sweet potato pies. It's hard to tell the difference if you don't know which is which, but they do have their subtle differences.

The sweet potato: A sweet potato pie, to me, has more of a richer, almost nutty, buttery note. Perhaps the "nutty" note comes from the skin of the sweet potato. If you've ever noticed the skin of a baked sweet potato, the essence of the skin gets drawn into the fleshy inner part and can color the orange a darker color. This is what gives it a richer, "nutty", almost caramel taste. To bend the HS Pumpkin Pie into that flavor, I introduced TPA RY4 Double. It has that slightly burnt caramel, leafy aroma that bends the HS Pumpkin Pie nicely into that rich, creamy, sweet potato pie that everyone enjoys. I also added CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl to add that spice associated with Fall seasonal vapes. You may wonder why I didn't use a pumpkin spice, well, for one, I don't care for that nutmeg flavor in most pumpkin spices and adding a pumpkin spice may have counter-acted the bend into a sweet potato pie.

The crust: Over the last few months I have been testing Wonder Flavours entire line. And while most are pretty good, they seem to not be accurate to what they are labeled as. However, they are still very useful. As I was testing WF Caramel Rice Crispy Treats, I found that it did not taste like the profile suggests. I instead got a moist, but somewhat, flaky, pumpkin pie crust. Now everyone's palate is different, but that's what I wrote down in my flavor notes and it was very helpful with this recipe. I also used CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl to bolster the crust just a bit adding a slight more pastry that the WF Caramel Rice Crispy Treats lacked.

The topping: With every sweet potato pie there is always a topping. Some will treat it as a pumpkin pie and top it with Cool Whip or whipping cream. The way I like to top my sweet potato pie is with toasted marshmallows. TPA Toasted Marshmallow was the obvious choice for that note. I added .13% of CAP Super Sweet to sweeten things up a bit. You may want to increase the Super Sweet to .25% if you're looking for more sweetness.

Can be a shake and vape but is best after a 3 day steep.
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The Real Cookies and Cream! Yes, I know, a little arrogant; but, I have mixed several cookies and cream by various mixers, and while they have been great, most lack that Oreo taste and texture that I associate with a cookies and cream. So with that said, this is my take on a real cookies and cream. It's not perfect, but it's pretty damn close.
As any mixer can attest to, chocolate is hard to get right. Especially when you're going for an Oreo tastes and texture. Oreo's have a distinct chocolate taste unlike a chocolate bar. It's more of a dry, dark, gritty taste with a luscious cream smashed between. I went through 7 versions to try to get the Oreo right. My first choice of cookie was FA Cookie, and that was exactly the right cookie to start with. The chocolate was a different matter. I started with TPA Double Chocolate(clear) at 2%. And while the chocolate was there, it was too "in-your-face" and slightly bitter so I brought it down to 1%. That seemed pretty close. I also tried combining INW Milk Chocolate, and while it's a good chocolate to work with, it tended to make the recipe into more of a chocolate shake, and that was not what I was going for. I ended up settling on TPA Double Chocolate (clear) at .75% and it seems spot on, especially when combined with FA Cookie at 2%. Now the cream. This was probably the easiest of the layers. TPA Bavarian Cream is one of the best flavors in any mixers arsenal. It's creamy, rich, and has a depth that some creams fall short on. When paired with CAP Sweet Cream at .5%, it lends itself well to that sweet and creamy center of an Oreo. Last, but not least, the TPA Vanilla Bean Ice Cream. My original version didn't have this flavor and while it was a good cookies and cream, it was more like a double cream Oreo cookie. It seemed to need a little extra push into a Real Cookies and Cream and TPA Vanilla Bean Ice Cream at 1% did the trick. I added CAP Super Sweet at .25% to sweeten things up a bit, and voilà, The Real Cookies and Cream!
Can be a shake and vape but is best after a 3 day steep.
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Crispy Crème Coffee. A coffee vape was one of my first profiles I mixed when I began mixing. One of my first few flavors I purchased was LA coffee. And let me tell you, it was horrible! After a few attempts to make it better I abandoned the profile. Now with more experience, the right percentages, and a "Wonder"ful new flavor to work with, I think this recipe has satisfied my profile desires. Crispy Crème Coffee is a combination of 2 of my favorite things, coffee and doughnuts! The WF Smooth cappuccino cream is a sweet and creamy coffee. And when paired with FA UP at 1%, and WF Hazelnuts & Cream at only .5%, it has a bold yet creamy flavor with hints of hazelnut. The WF Vanilla Ruyan Custard has an almost caramel-custard note that bolsters the coffee and when combined with the WF Deep Fried Pastry Dough SC, and 1% of Zeppola, it shines as a hot and fresh doughnut, slightly coated with powdered sugar.
I would normally say this recipe would be great in the mornings with your coffee and a doughnut, but with this recipe, just skip breakfast and vape it on it's own. Tastes just like you dunked a fresh hot doughnut into you favorite coffee.
Can be a shake and vape but is best after a 3 day steep.
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Lemon Baker's Delight! This recipe is an example of simplicity at it's finest. For a recipe to be good, it doesn't have to be complex. In fact, I've found that the simpler the recipe, for the most part, the better the recipe is for picking up on all the different layers in the mix. Too many flavorings can muddy or mute the over-all recipe.
Lemon Baker's Delight is a moist lemon cake with hints of vanilla on the inhale and finishes with a nice toasted marshmallow on the exhale. Not much more to say about the profile except, that's it is delicious!
Can be a shake and vape, but is best after a 3 day steep.
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Peek-in Pie, my take on a home-made pecan pie! Who doesn't love that thick, sugary, syrup-like center of a freshly baked, toasted pecan pie with a moist sugary crust? Well, that's what I've tried to recreate.
INW Biscuit and CAP Sugar Cookie. These percentages are my goto for a dense sugary, almost, graham cracker-like crust without using graham cracker.
FW Butter Pecan and FLV Milk & Honey pair well together as the silky sweet center of the pecan pie. FW Butter Pecan has a slight nut shell bitterness and the FLV Milk & Honey tones this down a bit and adds a touch of balance to the mix.
CAP Super Sweet is there to give it an extra boost of sweetness. You can mix this without it but, I have a massive sweet tooth and I enjoy it this way.
This recipe represents the type of recipes I enjoy. I love creating recipes that simulate real-life recipes we all enjoy. I also try to use as few flavorings as I can. I've learned the more flavorings you use, the more muted the recipe becomes. And also, I try to use flavorings that most mixers have in their inventories so they don't have to purchase more flavorings they may not use very much; "Recipes for the Masses".
Steep time is around 5 days but can be a shake and vape if you just can't wait. Please checkout DIY MIXERS CREW on facebook
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AETHER(pronounced E-THER). This is my first in a series of recipe releases that I will be calling my "Infinity Stone" line. AETHER, the Reality gem, is the gem to manipulate reality. It is depicted in the Marvel Universe as a red gem. As such, I thought a strawberries and cream recipe would be an appropriate fit.

Not much to mention on flavor notes, just a awesome strawberries and cream! Shake and vape but is best after a 3 day steep.

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What would Summer be without Watermelon? Watermelon just seems to take us all back to our childhood memories of July 4th BBQ's and fireworks.

Watermelon; that crisp, refreshing sweetness of summer that we all enjoy. Whether you enjoy putting salt on it or eat it without, it's that part of Summer we all look forward to.

Watermelon as a flavoring generally seems to deliver a sweet candied watermelon or a more authentic mildly sweet watermelon. I'm not a big fan of candy vapes, so I decided to create a more authentic watermelon profile. I have only made 1 other watermelon profile and to be honest, was not that pleased with the result and the fact that I only have 2 watermelon flavors, TPA Watermelon and LA Watermelon, I felt I had to choose from the lesser of two evils when it came to these flavors. However, the result is quite nice.

TPA Watermelon
I chose to use this over LA watermelon because the LA watermelon seemed to be more of an artificial candy watermelon. TPA seemed to be the best choice as the base to this recipe.

TPA Apple
I nice subtle, not tart, apple to build a crispness into the watermelon base

CAP Kiwi
Kiwi at 1% seems to add brightness to this recipe without overtaking the watermelon.

LA Cotton Candy
I had considered using CAP Super Sweet but thought that cotton candy (Ethyl Maltol) would be a bit better in that SS seems to make the over-all juice sweet and EM seems to just make the fruits sweeter and that was what I was going for.

The end result, a crisp, refreshing summer vape. I suggest letting it steep for just a couple days to get the best flavor from this recipe. Enjoy :)

What does Blue taste like? Not an easy question to answer. In fact, impossible to answer. We live in a sensory world that limits us to only see color. However, just because our gustation and olfaction can not sense color doesn't mean it don't exist. For instance, color has wavelengths, just as sound has wavelengths. We have auditory sensors (ears)to pick up these wavelengths. Our brain processes these signals and tells us that it is music, or what ever. Different colors could also give off a certain sound. If we had a receptor to pick up these "color sounds" what would they sound like? What if we had sensory organs to taste the wavelengths of color? What would color taste like? Well, we will probably never know but, we can imagine.

Blue Ice. My take on what the color BLUE tastes like. I imagine blue has a frosty feel(FA Polar Blast). Like a clear blue sky on a chilly Fall morning. Blue, I imagine, would be linear in taste as it's a primary color, which means, you can't take 2 or more colors to make blue. Blue is just blue! It would not be sour or bitter like green, but mildly sweet(TPA Raspberry) and dense in texture(FLV Grape).

With all of this conjecture of "What Blue Tastes Like", everyone will have their own opinion. But, it is an interesting experiment that will challenge all mixers. Enjoy. :)

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Custard Humble! My take on a Crème Brulee. May I humbly say,.... what a delicious vape,...WOW! With the high percentage of CAP vanilla custard this recipe needs to steep for a few days, but well worth the wait. It can be a shake and vape but only gets better with time. A rich vanilla custard with a nice eggy note combined with a nice crunchy caramelized top layer. The TPA brown sugar with the FW butterscotch ripple takes this simple custard to a new level of tasty.

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User: folkart Score: 5 Entered: almost 2 years 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: 10 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!
User: folkart Score: 5 Entered: 2 months ago
Thick creamy savory Rice base with baked apples and hints of rose....most excellent. Very nice job bending that pear into an apple. Has a slight APness that really sells the rice base. Savory, creamy, apple sweetness with just a hint of floral essence ....perfect! Might could be on the best recipe of the year list. Great job man!
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