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(FW) Bavarian Cream


By: Flavor West (FW)
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Used in 1874 recipes at an average of 1.964%.

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89 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


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This is my version of crunch berries.

I enjoy a good cereal vape, especially crunch berry. A lot of the recipes I've tried fell short on the berry part though.

This is sort of an adaptation of cereally easy crunchies but with some additions.

Of course the Bavarian cream and the crunchy berries make the base of the cereal and the milk.

Acetyl pyrazine adds the grainy nutty texture of the cereal, and a little bit of strawberry ripe brings out more of the actual berry to make it pop.

I like it without sweetener but added a half percent and seem to like it this way better. This is still a work in progress and I'll be making some tweaks to it over time.

Great as a shake and vape, but after a few days the Bavarian cream really pops. You can use fw or tpa Bavarian cream at the same percentage and it's still good.

A smooth Starbucks coffee with cream and nuts.
Starbucks coffee is a little on the bitter side, I was able to replicate this with WF smooth cappuccino cream and balance it out with osdiy lotta latte and fa tiramisu.
I used FW Bavarian cream for sweetness and FA cream fresh for its ability to round everything out. Topped it off with some delicious nut flavorings to create that flavored syrup.
This is an amazing all day Vape coffe lovers will be mixing very large bottles at a time

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https://youtu.be/ihv1nqSKAAQ Check out my video where I go into depth about my journey well chasing this flavor I am very close still tweaking each week but this is the best so far you will not be let down with this one IMO. Please comment if you mix it also feel free to check out my work on elr whatever I make a video on is what I consider close to finished and worth mixing. My name on elr is convenient vaping as well. CAPS V2 can be subbed for the lemon meringue pie as well. Also I like JF lemon juicy instead of CAP but the majority I let try it liked CAP better so that's what I went with either one works I just use 2% instead of 3% with JF. This recipe was adapted from the original remix of dinner lady on ELR

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This's the discontinued Commodore Pearry recipe that Charlie Noble posted on their blog. Haven't mixed this one up yet, but looks fairly tasty.

The blog post didn't give any sort of steeping time. I'd recommend a week, just to be safe.

Reddit thread;
https://www.reddit.com/r/electronic_cigarette/comments/67qvss/charlie_noble_the_notsodiscontinued_series/

Original blog post here;
https://charlienoble.com/blogs/charlie-noble/the-not-so-discontinued-series-commodore-pearry

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A juicy pear drizzled in caramel. Inawera pear is the main player and is upfront at 3% along with the marzipan which pairs perfectly with a lingering caramel exhale.

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I really love this recipe and feel proud of it. This is a coffee tobacco vape that's delicate and doesn't beat you over the head with it's pungency. INW's Cappucino Tobacco is best in smaller amounts, it's a strong sweet coffee that has rich roasted coffee bean/fancy ass cafe vibe to it- it's got a teensy bit of creaminess to it on it's own but not much, and isn't super nutty. The throat hit is a 3- 4 out of 10 and can be a bit dry solo.

Paired with fresh cream/Bavarian Cream it gets a better mouthfeel and overall coffee flavor is improved- just like your normal cup of coffee, really. Unless you're a black coffee person, in which case...sigh.

Holy vanilla is an accent; it's strong to me, in a good way. Again, not trying to bash your head in with anything here. Balance and subtlety seem to be a lost art in almost everything these days, but that's what I'm aiming for.

The Soho is meant as an accent to the CT because both are fairly weak on the tobacco spectrum- Soho is even sweeter than RY4 and has roastyness to it, but again, not super nutty. It acts as a caramel flavored creamer to your fancy ass coffee. Great with breakfast, of course. Enjoy!

I love rice pudding and Horchata beverages so this seemed like a natural fit.
Bavarian Cream (FW) - for a light egg creamy base

Brown Sugar (TPA) - for more sweetness and flavor depth on the back end
Golden Butter (CAP) - my favorite rice pudding recipe has a touch of butter so decided what the heck

Creme Brulee (OOO) - for a little more texture and creaminess
Horchata (OOO) - for the creamy milky rice notes with a blended cinnamon
Marshmallow (Vanilla) (OOO) - for volume, sweetness and a touch more vanilla
Rice Pudding (OOO) - first time trying this in a mix and it is a a spot on rice pudding base that will pair well with just about any addition
Vanilla Shisha (INAWERA) - main vanilla note
At 3 days the creamy milky notes are starting to come forward and the cinnamon is settling down
AT 7 days it is well blended creeamy horchata rice pudding with vanilla milky undertone

My first take on a cereal profile. Not bad for a first go. The cream/milky notes still need some work but it's on the right track

i decided to have fun with FLV persimmon and a vanilla base.
Persimmon has some peach/mango notes so i boosted the peach a bit since i like peach over mango.
I also wanted to see how FLV Frosting would do in the vanilla base and imo it adds some good backnotes! 0.5-1%)

give it 7 days.

one of my ADV's. perfect for summer.

This is a very simple Blueberry Custard recipe.

Vanilla Custard V2 (CAP) provides the base for a good custard but lacks a bit of depth. By itself it is a good custard with some nice egg notes. The addition of New York Cheesecake V2 (CAP) and Bavarian Cream (FA) combine to add a richness and thick mouth feel that really brings the custard together.

Blueberry Candy (TPA) mixed with Blueberry Extra (TPA) and Forest Mix (FA) combine to make a sweet blueberry compote that has been loosely stirred into the vanilla custard.

This recipe tastes very good right after a good shake but it has a little bit of harshness. Give it a couple weeks and it is much smoother. After four weeks it is a very nice blueberry vanilla custard that will continue to develop over the next few weeks, if it lasts that long.

Flavor Notes

By: Chrisdvr1 Score: 90 / 100 Solo: 6.0% Mix: 3.0% Steep: 3 days Difficulty: 50 / 100

Smooth rich cream with a moderate butter flavor, and light egg flavor. Light vanilla, and a very heavy Dairy Flavour, and very sweet.


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