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(FW) Sweetener (sucralose)


By: Flavor West (FW)
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Used in 547 recipes at an average of 0.79%.

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29 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


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I've gone through over 6 completely different concentrate constellations tackling this flavour profile. This is what I've narrowed it down to, at least given the flavours I have in my arsenal. I am craving Yig with a nice cold beer so badly and have renewed motivation to get this dialed.

The Blackcurrant element:

FA Blackcurrant is the star of the currants in my opinion. It's extremely close to the one if not the same one used in Yig. On its own it's a bit dry...

In comes FA Pazzo RE aka King, this is one of my favourite flavours from the newer FA lineup. It's the blackcurrant/raspberry gummy candy with some sugar coating. It adds some body to the currant note, I want it to almost be syrupy and this seems to go in the right direction.

The Cookie element:

On to the Oatmeal Cookie aspect. I unfortunately only own one "Oatmeal" flavour and that is TPA Oatmeal Cookie. I have not had much success using this flavour initially but through much research. Reading any notes I could on this flavour it's getting easier. It's a flavour that needs help, a lot of it. It does however contain that certain something I presume required to imitate Yig.

To balance it out and shake off some of the Oatmeal Cookie off notes I've added FA Meringue to mellow it out, bring some air and sweetness into the mix. I've also added CAP Golden Butter because every cookie/custard can't stand without it. INW Biscuit also gives it that buttery goodness as well as some vanilla cookie body. Last but not least some FW Butterscotch Ripple, mainly because the first time I mixed it up to test solo it had so many notes that got me reminiscing of Yig. I think it will also add that caramelized note that is the best part of an oatmeal cookie, those crunchy caramelized edges.

Custard element:
I never got too much custard when vaping Yig so I decided on something lighter like TPA Vanilla Swirl along with some sweetener of your choosing and that's what I've got thus far.

Any criticism and or input would be greatly appreciated. Now that Namberjuice has closed their doors I have this burning desire to get this right finally and would appreciate any help.

One love and keep on vaping!
TETRVLVKE aka moloko23

A creamy cheesecake topped with glazed strawberries. I purposely made this recipe without an emphasis on the crust. This strawberries and cream aims to please.

The cheesecake is New York Cheesecake PUR which is the main cheesecake note. I mixed in some Yes We Cheesecake INW, which richens it up at this % without adding a crust. Strawberry Cheesecake LB is the bridge.

Glazed Strawberries VT adds the glaze and Strawberry Jam thickens up the glaze. Strawberry Sweet JF backs up the strawbwerry glaze.

Give this one a mix. Please don't sub any ingredients to get the true representation of the recipe I spent many iterations on balancing. This includes the sweetener used and by all means, omit it or lower it, if you don't like adding it.

*Steep for at least 5 days for the flavors to come together but if you want it off the shake, it's a go.

This was developed in the Rebirth rda, Jenna rda, and the Intake Dual rta, using various fused clapton N80 coils. Personally, I love this using a larger single coil in the Intake Dual rta using a high resistance coil (0.9 - 1.1 ohm) at 6 volts.

If you have the Intake Dual, try a higher resistance larger diameter single coil and push some higher voltage and you'll be surprised how good that rta is when used this way.

Build low, build high, this recipe is really good either way.

If you do mix this, enjoy and please leave a review and a comment.

I wanted to make a good ass red holiday pie. Rhubarb being the main thought leading into this journey. The other was Game of Thrones. My friend is about 3 episodes away from her world bein rocked and it brought some inspiration to my mixing table lmao

CAP rhubarb sitting comfy at 2.5% is perfect, at 3% it sorta took over the recipe, was very bright. I backed that up with FA raspberry at 1% and CAP sweet currant at 1% originally but i bumped it a smidge to 1.2% play more alongside the rhubarb. Adding in FLV apple filling at .8% to this adds some spice notes as well as a baked apple "vibe" to bring the other fruits all together into more of a cooked pie filling. I kept it low because of the addition of rich cinnamon and granola, and didn't want this bogged down by spices either.

The "pie crust" here is made from a combination of WF sugar cone and WF crispy wafer. I wanted something sweet but light and "crunchy", and 2% CW backing up 2.4% SC really blends into this delicious sweet sort of wafer-cone cookie addition.

FLV granola at .4% and FLV rich cinnamon at .2% add the cumbly crust on top. A cinnamony baked oat addition that really adds to the recipe.

2.4% tpa vanilla bean ic, 3% lb vanilla ice cream and 1% fresh cream are an optional "a la mode", does not need to be in the recipe, but creams things up and adds another dimention if you'd like.

I used 1% flv sweetener in this.

I recommend a 1 week steep for everything to calm and blend together perfectly. But it is vapeable after a day.

Love y'all! Hope you enjoy this :)

This is a simple and traditional vanilla flan that's creamy, sweet and has a delicate gelatinous flan texture. You get delicious vanilla notes with a very light hint of caramel. Enjoy this after a meal or all day. It's perfect for a relaxing lazy Sunday.

Recipe breakdown:
The body of the recipe is comprised of custard premium FA, vanilla pudding FLV which not only helps with the body, but also gives it the flan texture. Flan WF rounds out the recipe and adds a hint of light caramel. All delicious flans use condensed milk and what better condensed milk to use than PUR.

When choosing the vanilla, I went with the original holy vanilla DIYFS. It's perfect in bakery type recipes.

For the sweetener, I like sucralose FW for bakery type recipes. Adjust sweetener to your liking. At 0.75%, it's not overly sweet.

This is good right off the shake but after 3-5 days, it really comes together. I use this primarily in the Jenna, Recurve, and Reload S rda. Quad core fused clapton N80 (0.2 ohm range). 45 to 70 watts but you can push it higher.

VG/PG ratio: 70/30

Batman's (FOWTB) recent delicious e-liquid line release, was the inspiration for this recipe.

Please leave a review. Enjoy.

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Lumi is to blame for the weird percentages...

A coconut banana pudding custard with nilla wafers.

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So....still to this day,my ALL TIME favourite profile has to be “peanut butter”.
Now,although I’ve tried and created some delicious PB profiles in the past 8yrs I’ve never been 100% blown away and completely satisfied with what I have vaped....UNTIL NOW!!!

This is NOT a custard profile!! It’s a silky,rich,smooth,creamy pudding and I’m extremely happy with it. Give it a mix then please leave a review and rate my recipe you bunch of sexy mother fuckerz! Happy mixing. P.S i wanna give a huge shoutout to @folkart for his wizardry using the WF white chocolate (milky cream) in his most recent recipe. The way he utilised it to blend with the peanut butter is genius and I thank him for his knowledge and guidance,Much love Sensia 💙 P.P.S *** for those of you on the fence about purchasing the new additions from Wonder Flavour can I be the first to say how happy and impressed I am by 80% of them and highly recommend you try them out. Especially the WF WHITE CHOCOLATE (milky cream)*** 10/10👌🏻

Dirty girl is a down and dirty ry-4. It's nutty and carmelly with a touch of dirtyness. Let this recipe steep at least 3 days but it gets better and better the longer you let it steep. 7 days is a good day to start enjoying this mix. Enjoy😎

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In the middle of a cold snap and wanted to dream of brighter days😎😎. This is oddly amazing after a 2 week steep its almost as good on a shake but i would be lieing. Its just slightly better with a steep😎. This isnt necessarily based on the drink in the picture but the picture definitely gets the concept across that i am going for.

I've been experimenting with Blue Raspberry lately, and in one experiment had added VT Fizzy Sherbet to a batch, just to see what it did. It propped that blue note up with a vibrant brightness and gave a definite lemon note in the background. Thinking in terms of some of the water drop flavorings I use, I do enjoy a few of the fruit and lemonade flavors. But the lemon is behind the berry note, not the primary note. I found fizzy sherbet to do just this.

The RF Black Raspberry adds depth to the raspberry part of the Blue Raspberry, while WF Sour Blue raz candy provides a definite blue note and the sourness of it is mild but adds to the lemony note in the recipe.

Yes, there's 1.5% FW sweetener. Yes it's on purpose. No it doesn't mute the recipe in any negative ways. IF you are really against using any sucralose or are like me and can't use it, try a stevia sweetener at about 0.3% and let it steep. It will build in sweetness over time. If you don't want to use any sweetener, try adding in 1% to 3% of FA Juicy Strawberry...you could go as high as 5% with it if you really want sugar lips, but you also have to add a bit extra of the raspberries and just a little bit on the fizzy sherbet. So like up the fruit by 0.5% to 1% and the sherbet up by 0.25% to 0.5%...it should balance out and after a few mls you likely won't taste the strawberry flavor much at all, it will blend in with the rest of the berries and just be sweetness. But while the strawberry flavor will fade back into the background, it will leave behind sweetness that will require you to clean your coil off and recotton after every 80mls put through a coil. Aside from the chocolates, it's probably the dirtiest coil gunker FA makes (this is however far less gunk than sweetener or or sugary flavorings.)

If you like your e-liquid more commercial like, and the sweetener as suggested is not enough, just continue to increase it by 0.5% until the sweetness factor is right for you. Going much beyond 4% with FW or CAP sweetener or really any sweetener may result in more muting than you'd like, in which case you'd need to turn the flavors of the recipe up to compensate for the muting.

I have enjoyed this flavor in a pod and an RDA, adjusting the PG/VG according to device (higher pg for pods higher vg for RDAs)

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This is my take on butterscotch reserve by glas vapor profile.I believe it tastes even better.enjoy it!

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