Unlike other concentrated flavors that were formulated for candy, beverages and baking, Flavorah's high potency and unique flavor profiles makes it the real choice for vapor.
By making the same undiluted flavors available that are used by many commercial ejuice manufactures, Flavorah puts the power into your hands to blend and customize your vaping experience.
Flavor Profile: bakery vanilla
Used in 3875 recipes at an average of 3.354%.
This is a proper strawberry shortcake, made with SHORTBREAD biscuits. Not that bloody actual cake rubbish (what is that about!?). I wanted the main profile to be lovely jammy strawberry sitting on a sweet, buttery shortbread, with just a smattering of cream. A classic afternoon tea treat.
Good things come in threes! We've got the INW biscuit, CAP sugar cookie and TFA butter making that lovely biscuit base. I struggle with tasting strawberry at times so opted for a trio of strawberry led by CAP sweet strawberry, fleshed out by FA red touch and TFA organic strawberry. Then last but not least OOO cereal marshmallow, INW shisha vanilla and LA cream cheese icing to give it a subtle clotted cream to round the recipe off. Cereal marshmallow could be subbed with any marshmallow, I was just feeling experimental and liked the sweetness of it. You could probably add a little sweetener if you wished but I don't think it really needs it.
Does require at least a week steep to get the best out of it.
Might decide to up the biscuit by half a percent to make the shortbread more prominent next time.
Unfortunately I'm vaping this in a tfv8 tank at 70w. After 6 days it's tasting damn good though, only mixed 30ml and nearly half down in an afternoon. Does what it says on the tin really, pretty accurate representation of the flavours of the real thing, quite smooth. Pretty pleased!
Suggestions/ criticisms welcome 👍
So I've finally made something worth sharing, and man is it good! This is a simple and authentic Lemon Meringue Pie, with a sweet gram crust.
i'm vaping this on the 528 customs Goon with a dual-coil build at .13 ohm and at 72 watts.
The key is in using Cheesecake Graham Crust with Sugar Cookie. The graham crust adds the texture of the crust, and adds some body to the Meringue, and the sugar cookie adds flavor and makes the crust pop more. It doesn't come across as a cookie, but more as a sweet graham cracker crust.
The vanilla custard adds a good weight to the whole recipe, and the fresh cream helps hold down the egg flavor from overpowering the whole profile. Meringue was a no-brainer, and the lemon sicily comes through without being too sharp and tart.
Over all, this vapes really smooth, and has just the right amount of sweetness. It really needs about 3-5 days steeping time, because the crust flavors are a little gritty/ cardboard texture. But, after a little steep, that texture fades and out comes a very distinct crust flavor on the exhale.
The inhale is a nice sweet meringue with a touch of lemon, and the hold gives you a nice tart/tangy lemon filling.
It all comes together for a nice balanced recipe without any added sweetener. You could probably add a little EM if you wanted. May balance the crust a little better
Well, it's a great vape using common flavors, mix up a batch and let me know what you think!
This is a moist maccoorn cookie with a slight hint of chocolate. This is my first attempt at making this. Flavor off the bat is good. I will let it steep a week to see how this recipe develops. What i am expecting is the sugar cookie to give off that nice cookie taste. The cookies and cream and a nice balance to the cookie to give it some cream with slight notes of chocolate. The Vanilla cupcake is there to give that nice moistness needed to make that it a true macaroon flavor. I added the Shisha Vanilla as it adds the vanilla that you would find in a macaroon cookie and at 1% it does not overpower the recipe but adds a great vanilla flavor with some nice sweetness. The meringue gives it just enough of the eggy flavor you need to have in a cookie. Many Macoroons have a Almond element to them so I used .5% of RF Almond, this was mainly to taste this Almond flavor against its competition. The Paradiso is the star of the show to add that slight coconut flavor of the cookie without being to overpowering on the coconut. The biscuit is thier to give the nuttiness or crunch to the cookie, I thought about using toasted marshmallow in its place, but after a steep will see how these flavors blend together. For now as a Shake and Vape it's not bad. Taste really good but the cookie is not there yet it needs at least three days to stand out and do it job in the recipe. I will update once this recipe has steeped.
This is my strawberry shortcake recipe.
When I first started vaping, sometime around 2011, I tried juice after juice from every website I could find. They all kinda sucked. I stumbled upon a website called Ms. T's Bakery. Everything sounded great, but I only ordered their strawberry shortcake. About 2 months went by and I finally received my 10ml of strawberry shortcake. It blew my mind. I didn't think e liquid could taste this good. Naturally I went through this juice in a few day (on an eGo mind you). When I tried to reorder a message appeared telling me that Ms. T was temporarily closed. They never reopened. The market is much different now. They have everything. Except for what I would consider a solid strawberry shortcake. I was mixing some batches for friends last week when I decided to go for it. No thoughts, just pure impulse, as I picked ingredients that sounded right and percentages that made sense to me.
Here we have what I consider to be as close to a strawberry shortcake vape as I have ever had. Sorry to other shortcake posters, as I have not tried your mixes.
I was not going for an ice cream bar but more of a thick, spongy cake. I wanted it light and gentle. Words like "delicate" or "fluffy" come to mind. I wanted strawberry to sit in the middle to the background a bit. I went with more TFA Strawberry than TFA Strawberry (ripe) to maybe get a more pie filling/candy strawberry. As you draw in you get a bready, possibly cereal flavor. It slowly morphs to a cake then a smooth, sweet strawberry as it leaves you palate. It isn't quite intense enough to stop you from vaping it all day. The lingering strawberry makes you want more and more. Sometimes you can get an excellent strawberry cream cheese type of flavor. Other times it is more cake and cream.
I think every friend and family member that tried it last weekend took a puff and said "shit..that's good!". And trust me when I say they will let me know if it needs to go in the garbage.
Give it a try, I would imagine most people have these flavors in their arsenal after mixing up manson's pebbles and God Milk. At such low percentages too. It might not be the best recipe or a great one, but I feel like I nailed what I was going for and it is an all day vape for me.
I welcome any adjustments you guys feel it could use. If it is just plain terrible let me know too. :P
So this is my take on Wayne's take on the pistachio ry4. I didn't have all the things i needed to make his recipe so i came up with this with what i had. To me it tastes pretty damn true to the real thing. Very delicious and easy vape with a good nutty richness. I wanted a bit more sugar cookie with mine and it works wonderfully. With this one i honestly get impatient and pretty mush SNV, and it tastes wonderful as is.
I was single flavor testing Zeppola last week and was starting to notice the "citrusy" off notes others have mentioned. For me this was actually more of a coconut like flavor, and reminded me of the crumb donuts I lived on in high school. so I decided to try and bring that out more with the coconut extra. I use the sugar cookie and graham cracker to try and get more of the crumb texture.
PiELOT Blu 70/30
Stewart's Ice Cream makes a Blueberry Pie in the Sky ice cream. Here is my take on the only blueberry ice cream I like.
Steep: SnV: ok. 3 days: good. 1 week: best.
What is all this stuff doing?:
Fw Blueberry: this provides the blueberry flavor that would go into ice cream.
Cap&TfaVBIC: caps is a softer vanilla bean commonly used in ice cream. Tfa has a deeper vanilla note and also provides a minor custardy ingredient to bring life to the whole mix.
Sugar cookie/Graham clear/Meringue: this combination provides the pie "dough" balls found in the actual ice cream. In creating this and eating the actual ice cream, do not think "pie crust" or baked, warm crust. This isn't a Blueberry pie with a side of ice cream. Think cookie dough, like the little bits found in ice cream, but pie ingredients. To me sugar cookie and Graham clear do not taste like a prepared cooked version of the two. Example: Graham Cracker clear tastes like soft baked Graham Cracker or one that has not been baked yet.
Blueberry Muffin: here is the pilot of the whole mix. This to me is exactly like the blueberry flavor used to make the ice cream more artificial like gas station blueberries found in a muffin, but no actual muffin. The slight muffin taste you may get supports the pie while the very up front bright blueberry is the strand of berry ripping through the Sky of ice cream!
Ice cream/vienna Cream/sweet Cream: I didn't want a noticeably sharp "vanilla ice cream". I wanted more of a cold stone sweet cream ice cream and these do exactly that.
Marshmallow/Van. Whipped Cream: here is where the ripple effect is made. Marshmallow binds the blueberries to the vanilla whipped cream allowing it flow through the mix rather than give you a hard blueberry front and a ice cream/pie exhale. It's gotta swirl as ice cream was intended.
Cupcake Batter: some egg to give life to the meringue, Graham, and sugar cookie and also accent the three and a "gooey" effect to the blueberry strand and pie dough.
Madagascar/caramel: what ice cream doesn't contain some form or either of the two?
Cream: this has always been an interesting addition to any cream mix. It's cold whole milk cream and it provides a nice accent to all the creams being slapped together.
Super sweet: some sugar cause that's the way I like it and I'm not vaping to keep my coils pristine 24/7. Adjust to your liking.
Notes: I will say now, no you can not sub anything for anything or else it wouldn't be what it is as all things in mixing go. Sure it will come close, but not the same. You can however leave out some of .3s like cupcake batter and cream. I feel they are needed though to add that extra gooey effect you get in the middle if the vape.
Thank you for your time, support, and good vaping vibes.
Id say the only sub u can prolly make would be for the FLV vanilla puddin...u can use FLV Vanilla Custard ~3%. They are similar but I do find flv vanilla pudding to be a bit sweeter.
The vanillas in this recipe work nicely together added to the cookie, the oreo filling, and the pudding. Vanilla bourbon is usually my go to in bakeries/cookies but here it was just a bit too "dark" for me...madagascar along with holy vanilla gave me the vanilla to creamy that i was after.
JF cookies is a really great flavor...its somewhere in between Fa Cookie and cap sugar cookie.. the 1:1 worked nicely for me. Of course with some butter and fw graham cracker to just add something special to that cookie.
LA CCI completed the cookie filling for me...
I LOVE GOLDEN OREOS AND HAVE EATEN PROBABLY TOO MANY OF THEM IN MY LIFE this recipe is pretty darn close...ENJOY!