A simple rootbeer float.
FW Rootbeer Float- Reminds me most of mug rootbeer. Over all its a good rootbeer, light on the float and light on the wallet. 😉
TFA Vs/FW VBIC- FW'S VBIC sits nicely in the background adding sweetness and works with VS's soft serve qualities.
CAP Marsh- Used to add mouthfeel with out distracting the rootbeer. Feel free to sub your preferred marsh.
Good SNV, though it can be a little throaty. If it's to harsh, give it a week and the creams will come out a little more. Sweeten if desired.
Burr! Its Gold in here! There most be some mixers in the atmospher!
Here's another mix with my favorite tobacco, Gold Ducat. At 2% you get a dry, honey esque, dark tobacco flavor. Any higher and it starts to take over the mix and gives notes of clove/plum/raisin, which I didn't want here.
Kentucky Bourbon/FLV Bourbon- The Kentucky isn't here for its alcoholic qualities, but more for its warmth. It sits in the background, where the FLV bourbon works with the top notes of Gold Ducat. It adds charred oak top notes and a nice sweetness to the overall vape. It's not overtly sweet, but it works in the here to moisten things up a little.
FLV Red Burley- One of the most versatile tobacco's I know of. It's purpose in this mix is to add a tobacco base/accent. At 0.5% it's slightly leafy and woody. The "stick" note goes perfectly with FLV Bourbon to create something that is reminiscent of an oak barrel.
This is good as a S&V, but there will be some separation of flavors. By day 10 everything settles down and becomes one.
I want to shout out @Fear, @ID10-T, @Kopel, and @Concrete River. I'm truly thankful for the reviews and notes these guys have given the community and wouldn't have had the knowledge to make this mix possible. ✌
A peach, mango, vanilla bacco, that's great for a summer ADV.
I've been struggling to get INW Gold Ducat to work well in a mix for quite some time now and have finally struck gold! Shout out to Fear and his Abuela recipe where I took much inspiration.
INW Gold Ducat- this is by far my favorite single flavor vape, but doesn't always like to play nice with others. For me It's a very complex tobacco with notes of molasses/honey and dry tobacco leaves. Similar to the way a Garcia Vega cigar leaf tastes, if you were to lick it for some reason 😉. Ive tried mixing it with apple, creams, desserts, and other tobaccos, with no success until I started thinking about Abuela. How well the mango worked to moisten the vape and still showcase the other tobacco flavors. So i went to the drawing board one last time to see what i could do, and this is what I proudly came up with. Enjoy!
As many of you know Dazcole's Lemon Tart (Remix) is fantastic! If your like me you have probably tried it and haven't tried the original. So I want to give a big shout out to Dazcole for opening my eyes to this stuff!
Last week I was at a B&M who carried Dinner Lady and thought, what the heck lets give this stuff a try. The first thing that caught my attention when I unscrewed the dropper was the color. It was very light in color, almost clear, and when going through the cloning process this helped me narrow down my choices a lot. I knew immediately that FA Custard was out because that stuff will turn a bottle brown at 1%. So my obvious choice to get that sweet eggy note was FA Meringue. At 2% it isn't overbearing and adds body to the recipe.
Next step was the crust. This was the tricky part. Since the OG is so light in color it ruled out many of my options for crust. I was going through my stash and stumbled across FA Apple Pie. It does not impart much of the apple but more of a store bought pie crust taste. At 2% we get the right amount of texture for the crust.
Last, but not least, the lemon. If anyone has had Dinner Lady, you know that there is lemon meringue pie in it. Why? Fruit Loops. You taste fruit loops through out the entire vape, but in a good way. So i knew that LMP had to be in there. After playing with CAP's and FW's version i decided to use both. FW's is a much sweeter (sugar) fruit loops and less meringue, where CAP's has more of a creamy fruit loop taste. I landed on 4% CAP and 2.5% FW which seems to work perfectly. FA Lemon Sicily accent's the LMP and helps keep it from being a straight up cereal vape.
The OG probably has 1-2% sweetener, but since DIY, I have become super sensitive to sweetener and can only take a few vapes of most premium juice. Fell free to leave it out or sweeten to your liking. My first attempts were without sweetener, but felt that the vape really benefits from using it at 0.5%
All in all I feel that this is pretty much spot on to the OG. If I had to put a number on it, I would say it is 90% there. But hey that's not just for me to say, so let me know what you think and enjoy.