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(FW) Sweetener


By: Flavor West (FW)
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Used in 3681 recipes at an average of 0.908%.

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221 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


This recipe was featured on DEVELOPED LIVE: Blind Remix Ep.2. Full recipe notes at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6lbDGKduU8 . Our goal was to improve upon the original and try to come as close as we could. We let this steep for about a week to determine if it was ready to be released and we think that it is. After revisiting the original and also hearing from the viewers, we determined that there was a possible banana note in the original. So, we made another version utilizing this recipe but adding TPA Banana Cream at 1%. So if that's what you taste in the original, by all means add that flavoring.

This is a collaborative creation by DEVELOPED: NaChef, Max Savage, and Folkart.
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I was originally shooting for something along the lines of those wonderful, sweet, cinnamony toasted pecans you sometimes find at fairs or carnivals. While this is not that , it is tasty, nonetheless.

UPDATE: Added FW Butter Pecan to make it pecanier.

This recipe my first attempt at a remix of Slam Cake

Steep for 4-7 days

Idea from the noted crew. Won the alchemist flavorah pack from fotw drawing and was researching red cinnamon from odies flavor facts. Found the cinnamon episode I had seen before but forgot the red cinnamon review as I didn't have that flavor at the time. I believe Dave or Emily mentioned apple option i thought sounded interesting so i thought of sour apple first to compliment the candy componet of red cinnamon. Then wanted another apple to soften the sour and not more tart so ended up with inw 2 apples. The last part was finding a bridge from red cinn inhale to apple exhale but it ended up being more of a binder. Caramel was the obvious answer. So used the old stand by with caramel candy to achieve a deeper flavor that's there but still let's the apple peek through. 0.25 percent on the red cinnamon provides a full sticky mouth feel and just works with the sour/tart of the apples. Hope you enjoy, it's different and delicious. Shake and vape approved but the caramel will develop after a couple days.

a chocolate tart sitting atop a shortbread cookie crust with banana slices and macadamia nut topping.

Steep 2 weeks.

WS23 Optional 0.25%
This is really good mix and even has a lot of the authentic taste from the original cocktail. WS23 isn’t for everyone but it really brings this vape to the next level of authenticity

Please see below for cocktail recipe.
6oz coconut water
2oz Capt Morgan Loco Nut
1/4oz Grenadine
1/4oz Blue Curacao liqueur

On our You Vote, We Mix podcast aired on 4-23-20, you voted for a Raspberry Crumble profile. And honestly, the recipe we came up with didn't seem to hit the mark. After listening to your suggestions and having a bit more time to tackle this very difficult profile, we think we have a very good version to put out there. Thanks to everyone for participating and a special thank you to Mist Eliquids for suggesting this profile.

This is a collaborative creation by DEVELOPED: NaChef, Max Savage, and Folkart.
Our weekly episodes are released at 6:00pm EST every Tuesday, and catch our live shows every Thursday at 6pm EST.

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This started off as a clone attempt but over time I abandoned the idea of copying and started to look to improve this profile. 3 months have passed since I started this project and I believe this is what I set out to create. I know a few of you may have already mixed this (made a few minor adjustments since) because I had someone test it and accidentally left it public for a few hours. I will transfer my notes over but this has been such a process that I am not sure where to start. Will get to it eventually but for now enjoy and I look forward to your feedback. Good after a week but will be at its absolute best after 2-3 weeks. Sweetener to me is necessary but you may feel different so mix to your liking.

This mix is a colorful twist on a classic profile. The idea here was simple: turn an Orange Dreamsicle into a soft chewy cookie.

I must admit; this mix is one of the more challenging recipes that I've created. The cookie note was the easiest part. It's a simple combination of CAP Sugar Cookie, INW Biscuit and FW Cookie Butter. It comes across as a warm, soft and chewy sugar cookie. The orange note was by far the hardest part to pin down. I knew I wanted TFA Orange Mandarin as the main component in this note. It seemed no matter what I tried I would lose the beautiful floral bright orange after a few days steep. I tried bumping it, but it got bitter and covered up the butter from the cookie. I ended up using FA Blood Orange to stretch the orange note throughout the entire profile and added CAP Juicy Orange to blend them together and maintain the brightness. I thought I was done after that but after a few days steep the mix became dry, it still had the notes I was looking for I just needed something to really round it out and make it pop. I landed on OOO Marshmallow (Vanilla), it adds the perfect Vanilla note for a Dreamsicle and keeps that cookie moist.

I sweeten with .5% CAP Super Sweet.

A super simple, super nice custard.

Light, smooth yet full of flavour

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