By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 461 recipes at an average of 0.833%.
Profile: Biscuit with Bourbon Cream
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.
Made this drink a few weeks back. The recipe called it a Bourbon Half and Half, more of a Dirty Arnold Palmer though.
Sweet tea TPA and Black tea FLV make up the tea base. Its actually a great flavor combo for anyone making teas. Got the idea from ID10T off Noted if i remember right. This combo gives good body to the vape, not being to thin.
Lemonade LA and Lemonade FW are my favorite lemonade combo right now. Lemonade LA is the power house that brings a tart/sour lemonade and Lemonade FW brings in more flavor closer to the lemonade I like.
FLV Bourbon and TPA Kuntucky Bourbon for the boozy note, kinda sweet, very deliscous.
Sweeten to taste.
Tested In MTL/Low wattage
This is taking my Bourberry Jam Recipe and adding 3 ingredients to make a delicious Pound Cake with a touch of icing.
Give this about 5 days for the fruits and creams to all come together, and have a delicious, dark berry jammy cake. This was tested on a Hadeon @.18 ohms 50 watts, and I have been vaping this on my topside with a recurve single coil @.25 ohms 50 watts.
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Tested on Haku Venna @.30 ohm 45 watts.
Absolutely delicious after the shake; however, in a few days the depth of the bourbon and jammy Berry will come together and be even more mouth watering.
This recipe was inspired by a recipe I mixed of Simon Atherton, many know him on ELR as Woftam. Not a clone of his recipe by any means, just inspired.
This will make a terrific syrup/jam base to keep mixed as a one shot and add yogurt, ice cream, cookie, or custard. Just use your imagination and mix away.
This is a delicious after dinner tobacco vape.
Tested on Orion DNA pod and Z BIIP . I use 6mg nic salts.
Hope you enjoy. ,
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Based on 007 Cola By Alfred Pudding if you haven't tried it do it! Best cola you can vape.
This recipe is a thing i wanted for a long time Jack & Coke.
Used 007 Cola base and added a touch of FLV Bourbon to get a bit of charred oak and bourbon sweetnes and the good old TPA Kentucky bourbon to add bourbon warmth and more bourbon sweet notes.
Increased ws-23 to fight a bit KB warmth and maintain the essence of 007 cola. ( 2% ws23 is my go to % so this is quite low for me but i think it fits better the profile)
|Jerry Opened The Tesseract At 420 Because We're Green Team, But Kocanda Got Too Drunk And Missed The Deadline||
Green Team Mixer's Showdown 4 6/11/19
This 40 minute timeline is fucking bullshit, but the Beginner Blending boys knocked it outta the goddamn park, as expected. The full name is above, but the user friendly version is simply Tesseract. This is a triple trinity mix, inspired by none other than Graham aka DigitalDrops aka ThatVegasManiac. He suggested a trinity trinity once, and I loved the idea. So here we have all three trinities, all using the same percentage in each. So the bourbon trinity is all at 3%, the Apricot/Peach trinity is all at 1%, and the cake trinity all at 2%. Jerry's psychotic ass decided to add 1% VT Golden Syrup in the final seconds of the timeline, but it adds some wicked sweetness/juiciness to the mix. Good on him for being a fucking idiot. There isn't enough time to dive deeper into this.
Three trinities, you can't fuck with us. This whole competition was making three become one, well, we made nine become three become one, so fuck you. CokeCan and DrunkLordGG out here.
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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!
This is a delicious tobacco layer. The combination of FLV Turkish Tocacco and FLV Oriental Tobacco create a tobacco flavor with spice and nutty notes.
These pairings go excellent with bourbon and cream. To accentuate the nuttiness in the tobacco blend, I use FLV Kinako Soy.
To build on this layer feel free to add Fig, Dates , or any dark berries.
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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