(FW) Sweetener


By: Flavor West (FW)
Buy From: gremlin

Used in 6215 recipes at an average of 0.924%.

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406 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


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A Remix of ANML's: Carnage for #REMIXMONTH
Head here for full video on the development - > http://diyordievaping.com/livemixing

A Remix of Vaping Rabbit's: Milky O's for #REMIXMONTH
Made for FW COOKIES AND CREAM FlavorBook Entry
-> http://diyordievaping.com/2017/06/08/fw-cookies-and-cream/

Recipe modeled after Hold Fast: Jaws
Made on InTheMix Podcast: The One With the Clones
Link Here -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8sq4FLxSEJw

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Recipe from LIVE MIXING: Philip Rocke - Strawberry Shortcake Ice Cream
Link HERE - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v9RpdJOBbO8
diyordievaping.com/livemixing

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Lady Killer 70/30 Lemon Square Dank Dank
Inspired by: Dinner Lady, and Darren Cole
"Man I'm a lady killer, if I want her I'm a steal her. I promise I could make her fly away like a caterpillar. So if you don't know by now, then you should probably get familiar."

I really just wanted something different than all the dinner ladies out there. Here is my take on a lemon square tart thingy dank dank.

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First recipe posting here, hopefully others enjoy it. I was looking for a good Bavarian Creme Doughnut and I looked for a bit and couldn't find much. There were a couple of things that were simple that I mixed up and didn't care for. I decided to make this my first mix. I am aiming for biting into the center of the doughnut here. The ooey, gooey center bite that results in a super creamy feel.

Zeppola/YC/Joy: This is the doughnut base. Zeppola is one of my favorites here. I tried TPA - Frosted before this and it just didnt fit right. There was something off, or artificial with it. I've tested this as a doughnut base, and it gives me a "Fresh fried doughnut" feel; slightly yeasty as well. This is my base I use for many doughnuts now.

Bavarian Cream/French Vanilla Creme/SC/Meringue/VC: This is my Bavarian Cream. The custard/meringue combo gives me a slightly thicker cream. I tried without those, and it felt too "watered" down.

The chocolate glaze: DCC. This is use lightly, as I just wanted it as a thin glaze.

I was asked how the vape experience was, and this was my reply: Its got a strong fried doughnut taste on the inhale and beginning of the exhale. Then its followed by the Bavarian cream/semi creamy flavor, with a very slight chocolate at the end of the exhale. It's a pretty thick and dense vape. Very flavorful. A couple of people have commented on the fact that the French Vanilla is so high, but it is not as strong after the steep; gets toned down by the other flavors in the mix. The doughnut taste lingers on the tongue, with a little bit of the cream as well.

If you want a little more balance, more even texture/doughnut to cream feel, you can drop the Bav Cream down to about 1% or so and drop the french vanilla cream down to about 1.5%. This adds more of a texture and balance to the mix.

Good PieLot 70/30(BluePielot Simplified)(remix)
This is my take on Stewart's Blueberry Pie in the Sky Ice Cream.
Thank you and enjoy!
-oddDrop

This is Absolutely Amazing after 1 week

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After a few attempts to get this right, it has become extremely tasty after 1 week steep. A cakey, iced, cheesecake cupcake with whipped cream.

The base: used here with FW Yellow cake and cap vanilla cupcake V2 give the recipe that delicious cup cake flavor.

The Background: using LA Cream cheese icing and some TPA Sweetener help with the entire cupcake experience

The Accent using: TPA Cheesecake graham crust, CAP NY Cheesecake V2 along with TPA Sweet cream and CAP Vanilla whipped cream give that full cheesecake taste and feel.
Please leave any comments if you choose to mix my recipe.

This is my take on a snickerdoodle Doughnut. I found the recipe online and after making the doughnuts for my family and myself, I really wanted to transfer that taste into a vape.

I used FA Zeppola, FW Cake Batter Dip and FW Bavarian Cream as my doughnut base.

For the snickerdoodle I used CAP Sugar Cookie and CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl.

I used the TPA Carmel in this recipe to blend the two together.

The cinnamon danish swirl can be adjusted depending on your preferences. I found that using it at 1.5 was a good balance and did not make it overpowering.

The sucralose is optional in this mix and can be left out if preferred.

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