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The tobacco combo I use in my classic (sweet and Smokey - native) with out the butter scotch and graham . Instead I swapped in sugar cookie, pistachio and fig.
Brought in a different creamy with vanilla custard v2.
Sweet nutty notes from pistachio/fig combo.
Light custard body.
Classic tobacco blend creating a dessert tobacco with nuances from multiple savory angles.
While looking up photos I stumbled across Charlie nobles Tripoli (Stealing Photo). Similar profile notes but never tried. Leave a comment on thoughts.
5 day steep. Better two weeks
This is my long time ADV......
Being a coffee drinker, In the past I’ve tried just about every Commercial coffee vape, cappuccino, latte, Catch Ya Latte, Oh Latte etc. and never found the perfect one for Me.
So glad I can now mix my own the way I like it, Hope you enjoy it also!
The coffee syrup ingredients for “Rhode Island Coffee Milk” drink is a closely guarded secret recipe, so this ejuice recipe was a challenge to get that “coffee + high-fructose corn syrup” taste, using caramels did not work. The Milk and Honey (FLV) ended up being the key to success here.
I mix this one in LARGE batches and rock it in the Voltrove 30mm V2 RTA, 0.10 build @90 Watts 😋
Good after an overnight steep, obviously changes with a good steep. But I love it everywhere in between 🤙
As always adjust sweetener to your liking ( Super Sweet @0.32% is my second choice when craving sweet 👌)
This is a very creamy and sweet hazelnut flavor with vanilla, coffee and bakery undertones. I think Flavour Art's Up is the star here because it gives a great coffee flavor without overpowering the mix, as coffee flavors can often do. It also adds a little bit of a bakery flavor and the marshmallow kinda mellows the coffee a bit and pushes it behind the hazelnut and vanilla. I've only been mixing for about a month and this is my 1st try at this recipe but I already like it significantly more than the Nuts N Cream by Northland that I was trying to emulate. Hope you guys like it! Also, since I'm pretty new to mixing I'd love any and all advice from the veterans here. Enjoy!
Enjoy satisfying, milk caramel goodness with Sugar Daddy, America's oldest and most popular milk caramel lollipop.
The slow-cooked caramel pop, packed in its trademark confetti-adorned, non-stick wax paper wrapper, provides long-lasting, sweet tooth-pleasing comfort, the perfect go-anywhere candy treat.
Created in 1925, the portable caramel lollipop was originally called the Papa Sucker, later changing its name in 1932 to suggest “a wealth of sweetness”--hence, Sugar Daddy.
Now available in an E-liquid recipe!!!
Iced Blue Raspberry/Boysenberry
Not my usual profile but a nice change up. LB Blue Raspberry is pretty killer by itself but adding a bit of FW Razzleberry really pushes that candied raspberry flavor. Adding some FLV Boysenberry juices up the mix while providing an additional dark berry accent. I mixed this without WS23 at first and while it had good flavor it leaned a bit syrupy after a few pulls. Adding coolant allowed me to keep that intense flavor but cut some of the heaviness out of it. Feel free to add/reduce the sweeetness but this is a candy profile so 0.15% super sweet fit nicely. Let this steep 24 hrs then enjoy!
OOO Cream (MU), FA cream fresh along with TPA Vanilla Swirl and CAP cake batter makes up the creamy milkshake taste and texture. After many attempts at getting the banana right, l settled on a trio, VT Banana custard (it's a cream NOT a custard) pairs well with TPA Banana Cream, I added just a touch of MB Soft Banana because I just love the extra it brings. I'm very happy with how it turned out, I find it difficult to put down. Works straight off the shake but really comes into it's own after a couple of days.
this recipe is based on ID10-T's Paradise Cream!
Most of the credit goes out to him.
It basically just took the idea of Mango & Vanilla and build Carrot and Pineapple on top of it.
ID10-T's original recipe also contains FA Violet which turn the recipe into a really good purple mango drink.
It's a fantastic recipe, i really love it and i think i vaped close to a liter of it when it still was available at Chef's.
My version is a more tart, kinde "green" version of it.
VSO Carrot has this vegetable tang to itbut with pineapple it turns into a nice tart, almost sour component.
You can sub out INW Shisha Vanilla to WF Vanilla Cream Extra for a slight different Vanilla bump
Recently a UK supermarket launched these bad boys and I figured that it would make a pretty impressive vape. I wasn't wrong. A light airy supermarket style doughnut filled with a pink lemonade jam.