By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 82 recipes at an average of 0.567%.
Chocolate Cookie Pudding
This is just delicious. This is one of my favorite recipes so far I have created using Flavorah. Two ingredients that I have fell in love with now, and see they are well under rated, Beer Nuts and Biscotti. Biscotti is a flavor that if you use it too high, it will probably take over your recipe, but if you use it just right it is a beautiful flavor. I almost would suggest making a dilution of this flavor. In this recipe I only use .06% which is 1 drop in a 30 ml bottle. But that little drop is such a punch if flavor.
A great addition if you have some saline, add .25% of saline to the mix. This really helps to bring the nutty notes forward and the bakery.
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This was tested on multiple RDA'S, Entheon @.18ohm 42 watts and Wasp Nano @.35 ohm 55 watts.
A simple creamy vanilla coffee.
FLV Biscotti is the base coffee note - the INW Shisha and French Vanilla Ice Cream are meant to be the main vanilla notes but a small percentage of FLV Cream and FA Custard premium give this more body while adding the McCafe/Tim Hortons coffee feel.
3 days max steep IMO but good on the shake.
To me this is very much a Frappe or a Frozen Cappuccino.
If you would like a bit stronger of a Coffee Flavor you can add 1-3 drops max to 30ml of FA- Coffee / Espresso to push the coffee out more from the creams. Made a 2nd batch and added 1 drop to 30ml and it still turned out nice and smooth with more pronounced coffee flavor.
I have tried several Coffee Flavors and mixed 100 mixes (of my own as well as others recipes) and have not found a true, but smooth coffee flavor. WF has out done themselves with the Smooth Cappuccino Cream. It is the perfect coffee flavor IMO. It is def coffee but it is sweet, creamy and so smooth. To me it is border line cappuccino and a medium to mild roasted coffee. I added the FLV Biscotti to this one at 0.5% because I think it has more of a deep bitter coffee flavor than a bakery flavor. I'm not even 100% sure what a Biscotti is supposed to taste like honestly lol. But at this % in this mix it blends so well with the WF SCC and helps keep the coffee flavor from being lost in the creams. I added WF VIC for the Vanilla as well as the rich Creaminess I get from it. It is another awesome new WF flavor that I am loving. and the FLV WC and Cream are to help back it up in the creaminess. This has turned out so well. I gave it a hot bath uncapped for about an hour capped it shook it good again and let it cool then gave it a go. It was delicious , the second day it was a little more blended and rounded out but still dang good. If you like smooth creamy and sweet coffee mixes I hope you give this one a mix and let me know what you think..
My husband said this mix is almost a dead ringer for Deja Brew's Cinnamon Coffee just minus the cinnamon note. lol..
flavor pro challenge - untested recipe - going for what the picture looks like- day 5 pleasant vape a bit dry. if you like dry tobaccos it's for you. but i think i'll add sweet cream or something to it - okay at two weeks it's a decent tobacco but not very woodsy and still a bit dry - think I will change up the recipe some. Okay increased the wood spice and decreased the fresh cream and added milk & honey
All I can say here is this is my 1st all Flavorah custard recipe and it's very delicious!! I absolutely love the custard and biscotti together!! Add a touch of cream and cinnamon crunch n milk & honey and oooh la la it's fabulous!!!
It's a snv and is great right away if u like and up front biscotti and calms down more on day 2-7 as the custard starts to blend with the biscotti
This is my attempt at making a cigar with lots of interesting back notes. Everyday it steeps it seems like a different back note comes out to play. You get a little caramel, butterscotch, honey, and even a little mocha/coffee all while vaping a cigar type flavor. I just accented all the back notes i already tasted in the tobacco flavors and I really like what it created. I enjoy this after a 10 day steep it seems like everyday a different back note comes out to play making this a very interesting tobacco mix. This is my first tobacco flavor I have released to the community and would really love to here what you all think in the reviews...
I used Connecticut shade as my cigar leaf wrap and the mixture of red burley and oriental tobacco as my cigar filler.
I then used all the rest of the flavors purely to help bring out the back notes in the tobaccos. I feel like this tastes just like a honey backwoods cigar. In no way do any of these other ingredients over power the tobaccos at any time. This is a tobacco through and through with some delicious back notes.
This recipe started out as an attempt to create a baked chocolate chip cookie. At first it seemed like there just wasn't enough chocolate so I added in the milk chocolate. Once I did that the FLV milk chocolate kind of took over, and after a nearly 3 week steep it turned into one of those Chocolate Pirouette cookies.
The Greek Yogurt is used to enhance the bakery flavors in the cookies and not meant to be tasted in the recipe, so I don't recommend using more of this ingredient. The Cream was intended only to smooth also as an enhancing flavor, so it should really stay at this level too.
In fact, I don't recommend increasing the percentages at all on this recipe even if you are a muted taster, as I had my husband (a less than average palate) try it and he identified what it was immediately and found it quite nice. For me, even though I'm a sensitive palate, I enjoy the flavor as it is, it is a little strong for me, but it has steeped long enough to be smooth and sweet.
It doesn't need a lot of sweetness to it, as it seems pretty sweet, so I only added a small amount of FLV sweetness. Since those cookies are sweet, but not like sugar coated, if you go with a sucralose sweetener use a small amount, (under 0.5%.)
As for steep time, I only put that amount of time because this is when I've tested it since my initial first week testing. I tested it shake and vape, it wasn't very good at that time. At one week is when I added the chocolate, so the chocolate had almost 2 weeks steep time in and the cookie notes had almost 3 weeks of steep time. I would definite steep this one at minimum 2 weeks. If it doesn't seem quite right give it a few more days to another week. But once it's done steeping it is a beautiful after dinner or with coffee vape. Though I have been vaping this flavor all day, I don't think this would be an all day every day for a week kind of flavor, but I can easily add this to my flavor rotation to have with my coffee in the morning or as a dessert replacement at night, or a midday snack.
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This is an example of a creamy glass of milk and a freshly made coconut honey cookie. This is another example of how flavorah flavors seem to work well together because on the third day steeping I feel it is such a good tasting Vape I would be lying if I said it would take longer to steep. I am still amazed at how good this was directly after shaking the bottle. This can definitely be vaped immediately but once the flavors have had 3 days to mesh and mold into one then its really good. Sweetness is just a super strong sweetener you sweeten to your preference.