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(FLV) Bourbon


By: Flavorah (FLV)

Used in 392 recipes at an average of 0.874%.

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60 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


a mix made for Alex Mcanally, known for being in the army and liking green stuff and having a crush on all his vape mates.

Alex Mixanally - a rich vanilla custard pummelled with bourbon whisky and salted caramel then finished off with hazelnut and coconut.

3 different custard-esque concentrates combine to make the base (LB VIC, CAP VC, WF Tahitian) using LB and WF means it is going to steep out a bit quicker although some people may need to give this a few days due to the CAP V1.

VTA salted caramel has been chosen as i find it the least "burnt" of all the salted caramels, well, all the ones that matter anyway... VTA golden syrup helps make that salted caramel a soft set caramel and also plays beautifully with the bourbon.

VTA bourbon used at 2% avoided any smokiness but wasn't as strong as i'd like so i topped up with a smidge of FLV bourbon just to make it present enough but not to overtake everything else.

FA coconut, Self Explanatory... used at 1.5% just to sit behind everything and not be overbearing.

If you like this recipe and what i do then please rate and review accordingly :)

Tobacco Bourbon
(All Flavorah recipe)

Tobacco:
Kentuky blend is my personal favourite is slightly ashy, woodsy, spicy and with a sweet caramel vibe, here is the main note.
To support it a bit of red burley to keep the earthy tobacco vibe and a touch of virginia to add brightness and sweetnes.

Bourbon:
Flv Bourbon adds a nice bourbon sweetness and taste, as well as , a noticeable charred oak, and to make it even more present im using Oak barrel wich gives a cleaner oak top note.

To me FLV Oak Barrel tastes like an old, still wet(altough its quite dry) from storing bourbon, dark wood like taste.

And to smooth out everthing a bit of cream.

Steep Time: You can Snv or either leave it 3-5 days, but after 2 weeks is when flavorah tobaccos come back and bourbon reaches it full potential.

Mix at: 70Vg/30Pg
This ratio is best as 50/50-60/40 are a bit throughty and thin in my opinion.
Also this extra VG adds some sweetness but feel free to choose.

This is how I do eggnog. No cinnamon, added bourbon, with sweet cream to boost the Eggnog flavor. Cupcake batter adds the sweetness for this recipe as well as the Milk and Honey.

Inspired by Cokecan's Drunken cookies/pears/everything. Mix it or don't.

This is a recipe I made for my 67-year-old mother who doesn't drink but can't live without this vape. As in, it's the only thing she wants to vape. I've tried taking down the FLV Bourbon and she doesn't like it as much (yes I know it's a high amount for FLV). This is a very unique vape, and yes it smells like bourbon to everyone around you but it's also very sweet and creamy. I've even gotten to where I enjoy this in my rotation. I know these %'s seem high but seriously try it my way because I've tweaked this twelve different ways and this is the only one she wants. In her words "It's the only flavor I can really taste." She refuses to wait for steeping and uses it as a Shake and Vape. I like it better after five days. I'm making this 120 ml a week for her.

This mix started out as a bourbon cream and ended up with us pouring some of your granddad’s “special drink” into a McDonald’s chocolate shake (on those rare occasions where their ice cream machine is actually working).

This mix was a collaboration between @Foment_Life and I on the DIY eJuice Discord

The first draft was 3% Bavarian Cream, 2.5% TFA Kentucky Bourbon, .1% FLV Rich Cinnamon, 1% FA Madagascar (Vanilla Classic), 2% VT Chocolate Mousse, and 1.5% TFA Marshmallow (but we both “oopsied” the marshmallow to about 1.8%).

We agreed that it already pretty much tasted like a McDonald’s shake, but wasn’t really what we were going for. We threw around a few ideas, and eventually landed on TFA Toasted Almond at 1.5%. This ended up adding a nice bit of smokiness that really helped sell the bourbon that was lacking a bit. The only problem, and maybe it was because I was dehydrated, but the mix started making my mouth super dry. We decided to let it sit a few days and see if the cream thickens up and helps out with the dryness.

A few people tested it out for us and really seemed to enjoy it, but we still thought it could be improved. We tried it after a few days steep and the cream really helped moisten the mix up. The dryness issue was pretty much eliminated. Really, the only thing that we thought could be improved was the bourbon. Unfortunately, I only had TFA Kentucky Bourbon to work with, but we both agreed that FLV Bourbon would be a good fit after Foment described it as a more woody/smokey bourbon than TFA Kentucky Bourbon. So Foment mixed up the new bottle and thought that was it. I added the FLV Bourbon to my cart, mixed it up, and fell in love.

Quick notes:
TFA Marshmallow, TFA Bavarian Cream, and VT Chocolate Mousse make up our chocolate milkshake base.

FA Madagascar (Vanilla Classic) is there to help bolster and add some richness to the chocolate.

TFA Kentucky Bourbon and FLV Bourbon are the secret ingredient.

And last but not least, the FLV Rich Cinnamon and TFA Toasted Almond are there to add some extra smokiness and spice to the booze.

Nothing is going to taste bad if you vape this early, however it does take about 7-10 days to reach its peak.

I currently live in the area where Carrot Cake has originated.
So Carrot Cakes are a thing here, every family has their own recipe.
Some have frosting on it, some not. I like it without frosting which brings out the actual flavors of the carrot and the hazelnut a lot more.
Although i am not very happy with the available Carrot Cake flavors on the market, i thought i use two of my favorite ones in a recipe.

ooo Carrot Cake is definitly the one which comes the closest to an actual swiss Carrot Cake, but it fades very quickly and doesn't have that hazelnut note that i am missing in all of the varieties.
I paired it with VT Carrot Cake and ooo Corn Bread and JF Hazelnut to blend all of the respective qualities together.
I added a drop or two of FLV Bourbon and i use up to 0.5 sweetener.

Freshly mixed it's just a mess as the cakes and corn bread need to calm down.
Give this mix a good steep (1 week) and it will taste a bit more the way i like it.
It is not a very strong recipe, it is not as strong as some of other cake recipes, but i like it as and all day vape in a lower wattage vape setup.

Alabama Apple Pie Moonshine straight from the backwoods and ready to vape. Created from the same recipe that my husband uses to make his famous moonshine for football nights. Apple Stark/Fuji (At home it's straight Apple Juice) with the dragonfruit give this its great apple punch (we don't use cider in the real thing and didn't do it here). Bourbon gives it the punch of liquor flavor and the Rum while not boozy adds a little something to that Bourbon. We always use Sugar so it's present here in the sweetener and the brown sugar to give it a little depth. And the last note is the cinnamon because we always put a few sticks of it in the 5 gallon drum.

Using @fear 's cardinal base for the tobacco element. Decided to use RY4 Double because i dint want Holy Holy Grail Ry4's caramel note.
Taste great off the shake.
Sippin on some knob smoked bourbon while i vape this. great combo.

Tested at 20 watts in a mtl/rdl setup.
Enjoy

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Profile: Biscuit with Bourbon Cream

Notes:

When I was a young strapping lad, my favourite biscuit (and still is from time to time) was those with bourbon cream in them as a filling.
So I set sails to create something like it.

The biscuit itself is made using a combo of JF Biscuit as for the base, adding in ooo corn bread for flavor and texture and finalizing the flavor and texture with a notch of AP.
The cream itself I decided on FA Irish Cream backed up by FLV Bourbon and to add some thickness I added TFA Marshmallow and cream.

It's not too overpowering in either the bakery or the booze, but are balanced very well.
Both inhale and exhale gives you both bakery and booze and people say, that it does smell like a biscuit too.

I left it for about 7 days steep, to where I found it exactly as I wanted it, but it might turn better over time.

Enjoy!

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