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(CAP) Fuji Apple


By: Capella (CAP) - Buy Direct

Used in 461 recipes at an average of 2.89%.

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38 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


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now this is a very nice warm baked apple pie straight out of the oven and I think that this one is better than my last apple pie recipe guys mix it up and tell me whatcha think and well after for a week or so I found that this recipe taste kind of like applesauce

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This recipe is based on my original recipe Dune. https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/57961#dune_an_arrakis_remix_by_kindground

Here I've replaced the clove and cardamom with a baked apple and cinnamon. I left the honey because it fits and seems like it's part of the tobacco base.

This needs to steep. Those FLV tobaccos are going to fade out around day 4 and come back around day 10. Give it time!

Strawberry, Apples, and Brie Cheese Yum! Musky goodness with sweetness!

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This is a Fuji apple recipe with accents of green apple and a strong influence of Watermelon, that's crisp and refreshing
This is a recipe made for "(CAP) Fuji Apple" FlavorBook Entry
-> http://diyordievaping.com/2017/09/12/cap-fuji-apple/

Caramel Apple Pie Tobacco (Capt.) blend with a touch of cream and bourbon to round things out.

The apple pie consists of CAP Fuji Apple, FA Apple Pie, JF Dulce de Leche, and FLV Rich Cinnamon (one drop per 10mL).

The tobacco blend is an all FLV mix . . . Red Burley, Virginia Tobacco, and Kentucky Blend.

Added a touch of FLV Cream and FLV Bourbon to act as a bridge between the apple pie and tobaccos. The slight suggestion of booze from the bourbon has this flavor profile leaning towards an apple pie moonshine. Got me to thinking about fall weather sitting around a campfire sipping moonshine from a jar (Mason).

Off the SNV this is a great mix . . . will update after a steep and, possibly, slightly bringing the caramel and bourbon notes a little more forward in the mix. As of now, I'm enjoying this immensely!

Yes . . . those percentages are a bit high (understatement) . . . but I'll be damned if this isn't one fine apple tobacco vape. After a short 7 day steep, this is truly magnificent! Dropped JF Dulce de Leche for FA Caramel and threw some FLV Cured into the mix.. I also doubled the percentage of FLV Bourbon. This is the juice I reach for when I get home to wind down from a hectic day (e.g. 26 4th graders in an inclusion classroom). I mix this 60vg/40pg and load it into a solid MTL tank (EVL Reaper). Definitely a recipe I will return to when this 30 runs out.

Caramel Apple Pie Tobacco (Capt.) blend with a touch of cream and bourbon to round things out.

The apple pie consists of CAP Fuji Apple, FA Apple Pie, JF Dulce de Leche, and FLV Rich Cinnamon (one drop per 10mL).

The tobacco blend is an all FLV mix . . . Red Burley, Virginia Tobacco, and Kentucky Blend.

Added a touch of FLV Cream and FLV Bourbon to act as a bridge between the apple pie and tobaccos. The slight suggestion of booze from the bourbon has this flavor profile leaning towards an apple pie moonshine. Got me to thinking about fall weather sitting around a campfire sipping moonshine from a jar (Mason).

Off the SNV this is a great mix . . . will update after a steep and, possibly, slightly bringing the caramel and bourbon notes a little more forward in the mix. As of now, I'm enjoying this immensely!

Simple apple cinnamon danish built around LB Baker's Touch. Apple notes from the cap fuji & TFA apple pie (which also adds to the crust)

Just imagine yourself in the kitchen with your grandma cutting apple's, than mixing the brown sugar & cinnamon in a bowl until there nice and coated in much love than poor all that in pan, drip over some caramel and cinnamon crackers than throw it in the oven and let it cook too juicy goodness and enjoy that's what this taste like mix it up and enjoy best at 70/30 and I would like too give a big thanks & shout out to germygermygerm for the idea of this recipe and he gave me some tips and pointers on where to start

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