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.
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DA TRU MP . ( The true mint peppermint) candy. Or a play off of President Trumps name. Like him or not it fitted the recipie for a good name. I've been working on this for about a month now. After a few variations I've finally found the right one. It taste just like a sweet peppermint candy. Let sit one to two days for the throat hit to smooth out. It's not bad as a shake and vape but is better after the steep.
So... this is a yellow mint cupcake with chocolate & cream cheese mint frosting. I was going to try t release it for St. Patricks Day but I wasn't sure how it was going to turn out. I came up w/ the idea from a Fred Meyers email I got around that time. Im not much into bakeries but I think this one is pretty good & I hope you enjoy. Best after 2 weeks steep. Positive Feed back & constructive criticism is always welcome, Thanks <3
I've been chasing a Thin Mints flavor ever since I started mixing. Cloud Alchemist's Macer Menta was one of my first favorite juices. Don't be confused - this isn't a clone, or even an attempt at such. It's more an homage to a great idea.
When I smelled White Chocolate Peppermint, I instantly knew it was the piece I had been missing. This is a crunchy cookie, heavy on the mint, with just enough chocolate to round it out. Give it a 3 day steep, longer if you want the mint to calm down more.
@MrZigglesworth and I were hanging out the other night and decided to come up with a few recipes, so this is just as much his work as mine. We wanted something refreshing for a summer vape, something that could be an adv. His idea was a chocolate mint shake. There's quite a few versions of shamrock/chocolate mint ice cream, so we took a little bit of a different approach. I think we nailed it first try. The chocolate and mint are both light, but don't get lost. I think that's what makes this easily an adv. Cap Creamy Yogurt really ties everything together and really surprised the hell out of us.
I absolutely CRAVE a cool menthol vape after a meal. I was out and needed to find something that I could SNV. I usually do a banana menthol, or a Thug Juice Clone, but I like to let both of them sit. I figured this would be worth a shot. I thought that this Creme de Menthe was a little risky, but I'm really enjoying this. Please let me know what you think. :)
If you ordered a mint milkshake and someone accidentally added a scoop of banana ice cream to it by mistake you would think you would be pretty pissed right? Wrong! Well at first you might...until you tasted this delicious happy accident. This combination is so delightful it will make you question every flavor you thought didn't go together. This milkshake will most definitely bring all the boys to the yard. Enjoy this unusual treat!
TFA Banana Cream - This flavor makes the perfect banana ice cream to act as an accent or backnote to this mix.You can tell there is banana in your milkshake but it doesn't get in the way of that amazing mint..It is mellow and very creamy and adds to the authenticity of the milkshake.
FA Cream Fresh - I used this flavor to help boost the creams and give the mix a more milky mouth-feel and flavor.
FW Creme de Menthe - This is the perfect mint flavor for this mix. It has a soft nuanced creaminess to the mint that just works so well as a milkshake. The slight vanilla notes further add to the accuracy of this milkshake along with the cooling sensation it provides that pushes this mix over the edge into milkshake land. Creme de Menthe also provides most of the sweetness for this recipe and makes it so darn enjoyable to vape.
CAP French Vanilla - Here we have more vanilla to add to the milkshake, but this flavor does more than just add some vanilla to the mix. It bridges the gap between the starkly different flavors of banana and the mint. So instead of having a scoop of banana ice cream in your mint shake, you have an evenly blended together concoction.
Some minor tweaks for my own taste and ingredient inventory. Meringue and sweetener substituted for CAP Vanilla Cupcake. I used this based on a beginner's blending podcast a while back about substituting meringue and marshmallow when used as sweeteners for vanilla cupcake. I kept the marshmallow in this go around but I may try to bump the vanilla cupcake a touch again and remove marshmallow to see if it still works. I prefer tpa marshmallow and fw vbic so those were subbed as well. Normally I sub vbic with tpa vanilla bean gelato but was out of that ingredient at time of mixing. When I get some more flavors refilled I'll have to whip this up again with the aforementioned changes for marshmallow and vbic.
From @Queuetue : I find boston rounds to be the very best bottles for mixing and temporary storage. I use them for my VG and PG as well as on the scale while I'm making a mix. With a top that's easy to fill, easy to cap and with minimal access to air, I keep a bunch on hand for unflavored base, or whatever project I may be up to for handy, quick access.
The tip is small enough to use with most top-fill RTAs or RDAs as well.