Used in 13 recipes at an average of 0.689%.
An exotic vape based on the 'Birds&Bees' cocktail.
In this refreshing recipe allot is going on to create a very tasteful vape , i used a berry blend, some rose essence and a touch of back bar bitters infused into juniper gin to create a delicate, aromatic sparkling wine cocktail vape.
The FLV Berry Blend pairs beautiful with the FLV Rose Essence, FLV Back Bar Bitters add a nice bitter touch and mixed with the FLV Juniper Gin and FLV Brut Bubble Wine and some FLV Honey Bee to bind the flavours and adding some sweetness. I added a little FLV Sweetness sweetener, i think this mix need some anyway.
The result is a complex juice experience that changes with every vape you take.
This mix balances from a flower(ish) fruity taste to a more sophisticated and tasteful bubble wine.
A very zen and exotic vape, soft, fruity and never boring. Perfect for the coming summer evenings.
Vapeable after a few days.
Been on the shelf for some time, as with most juices this one change for the better with longer steeps.
Orange Campari is popular cocktail based on the italian bitter Campari and fresh orange juice. Simple enough, it has a perfect contrast between the sweeter and bitter, ideal for a drink before dinner.
This recipe was possible thanks to FLV Back Bar Bitters, which was bended into a Campari by adding Pomegranate and Rhubarb.
Enjoy and salud!
Got my head in a spin with these new FLV concentrates....seriously impressive and a joy to work with.
My Nan used to be a HUGE gin drinker and most times end up flashing her knickers at all the old fuckers and they bloody loved it!! I always remember my Nan getting very tearful after a good old gin sesh so this recipe is for you nana! Love you 💙 this can be S&V but like everything in life (apart from clean underwear) it gets better with a little age. (1-2 days). Please feel free to leave your comments good or bad and rate my recipe it really means a lot to me. Thank you all and happy mixing 😎
A little over a year later and newly release flavors, the old fashioned is back, baby!
Get it out of the way...
Quick flavor notes.
FA Brandy - Brings a smooth, almost syrupy booze note. I don't get much sting from brandy in general, so FA does the trick. If you want more punch, add some TFA Kentucky Bourbon for an alcoholic kick. Also heard VT makes a decent brandy with more of a boozy kick.
FLV Back Bar Bitters - This is it. This is angostura bitters. No doubt 100%. The low percentage gives a nice spice note while not being overpowering to the mix.
VT Fizzy Sherbert/CAP Lemon Lime - Thanks to AlfredPudding for the Fizzy Sherbert suggestion. This combo brings a nice bright, semi carbonated Sprite feel. Keep it a 1:1 ratio to raise or lower the amount of soda you'd prefer.
FW Orange / FW Maraschino Cherry/CAP Super Sweet - While they are muddled at the bottom of a glass and cherries are topped, there is a sweet citrusy yet sticky aroma when drinking a Old Fashioned. Of course, this is a sweet.
The best part about this recipe is that it's completely tweakable. Think of it as visiting multiple bars around town, they all seem to have their own way of creating this drink. Forgot the sugar cubes? It's 1:59am and the bartender filled your glass 80% with brandy? There was only a splash of soda? You can do that. There doesn't seem to be a combination that doesn't work.
I feel this is a recipe that will never die for me, but for now, LAST CALL!
This is my take on the classic cocktail Bees Knees - which like many prohibition-era cocktails was invented as a way to hide the scent and flavor of poor quality homemade spirits. The addition of honey was considered bizarre by some at the time, since sugar is more usual. The original cocktail is made with gin, but I felt that Bourbon is a better pairing in this style of cocktail
On the inhale and exhale you get a sweetened honeyed lemonade with a tart blood orange and darker spice notes on the finish
tested in a reload RDA at 60 watts . it is good at 3 days
This mix is based off of the the FOGVLOG layerz episode back bar bitters https://youtu.be/ggxsvyBEPLM
I built off profile that was presented on layerz
The lemon needed some more tartness and VT sour lemon is pretty good at adding that really tart note .. but it is not sour
Honey Bee is light and floral so the golden syrup helps with adding some dark notes
blood orange holds the middle here and connects to the back bar bitters pulling out the orange note
bourbon adds a nice dark warm note to the finish
back bar bitters adds a nice dark spice note that gets your lemon to really pop with a bitter orange note and creates a unique finish
This is a simple passion fruit vape that just tastes darn good! on the inhale you get a sweet bright vibrant passion fruit with a slightly floral and orange finish .
Good off the shake better 3 days - tested and developed on an reload RDA at 55W
So you may be thinking WHY OH WHY did I add back bar bitters to this . Well the back bar bitters by FLv seems to me like an orange bitters , which traditionally have made from the peels of Seville oranges, cardamom, caraway seed, coriander and burnt sugar in an alcohol base., and create a unique pairing against the bright tropical notes of the passion fruit.
The combination of passion fruit and yellow passion fruitcreate a lovely authentic passion fruit . I wanted some more of the orange note I get from the passion fruit so I used that higher but you can use it as a 50/50 . The yellow passion fruit provides more of a tart finish that I used at a slightly lower percent
Coconutwas used for some body and creamy notes, to help blend the mix rather then a dairy cream
Back bar bitters are used for that bitter orange note that picks up on the orange from the passion fruit. It also adds some darker spices that get the tropical fruit to pop . it is noticeable in the exhale and make for a really interesting finish
Add sweetner to your liking I added .5% of FLV sweetness to mine
An explosion of exotic spices & and citrus served shaken, not stirred.
Developed as part of the TFV Layerz series, full video here: https://youtu.be/ggxsvyBEPLM
Based on the early 1900s classic cocktail, the Sidecar is a classic cocktail enjoyed the world over. The original recipe calls for equal proportions of lemon juice, Cointreau (orange-flavored liqueur) and Cognac. Modern interpretations include a version with Bourbon instead of rum with a dash of bitters called The Bourbon Sidecar. This version is based on the latter with the exclusion of bourbon.
FLV Back Bar Bitters is a revelation & I can see many recipes spawning from this unique flavour. This a a fantastical, deep bouquet of florals & spices which will add a magical touch to any mix. With hints of cinnamon, orange peel, ginger & cloves, it creates a complex and balanced aromatic & spicy additive.
A touch will make a wonderful spiced cookie, mulled wine and add allure to a boring fruit punch!
I use it sparingly here as I want the orange to shine. 0,5 is plenty but can work at higher %'s if you prefer a more pronounced aromatic kick. The inherent citrus notes compliments the Blood Orange perfectly to create a deep and true orange base.
FLV Blood orange announces itself loud and proud here. Not as bitter as it rivals, this beauty brings a freshness and vibrancy without being sweet nor tangy. A realistic & bold blood orange flavour with just enough zest without being overbearing.
FLV Lemon at 1% brings a refreshing bright & tart lemon to enhance the deep blood orange. Any higher and it will dominate...
An overnight sleep, well shaken, and she is good to go!
So why is this recipe called John Cena.... Well you can't mix me 😁😁😁 at least not yet.
Wonderful strawberry citrus Mimosa with the perception of effervescence, and a great sweet and bitter contrast. These new FLV flavorings are going to be game changers. If you want to hear some flavor notes me kopal and concrete will be on mix life tonight at 8 Pacific time.
Edit: the show is cancelled this week ☹️ I guess we'll just have to build the anticipation make sure to tune in next week