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(FLV) Bourbon


By: Flavorah (FLV)

Used in 449 recipes at an average of 0.837%.

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68 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


Burr! Its Gold in here! There most be some mixers in the atmospher!

Here's another mix with my favorite tobacco, Gold Ducat. At 2% you get a dry, honey esque, dark tobacco flavor. Any higher and it starts to take over the mix and gives notes of clove/plum/raisin, which I didn't want here.

Kentucky Bourbon/FLV Bourbon- The Kentucky isn't here for its alcoholic qualities, but more for its warmth. It sits in the background, where the FLV bourbon works with the top notes of Gold Ducat. It adds charred oak top notes and a nice sweetness to the overall vape. It's not overtly sweet, but it works in the here to moisten things up a little.

FLV Red Burley- One of the most versatile tobacco's I know of. It's purpose in this mix is to add a tobacco base/accent. At 0.5% it's slightly leafy and woody. The "stick" note goes perfectly with FLV Bourbon to create something that is reminiscent of an oak barrel.

This is good as a S&V, but there will be some separation of flavors. By day 10 everything settles down and becomes one.

I want to shout out @Fear, @ID10-T, @Kopel, and @Concrete River. I'm truly thankful for the reviews and notes these guys have given the community and wouldn't have had the knowledge to make this mix possible. ✌

Bourbon, a fine calogne, and an earthy tobacco room note. Just like you walked in to a congressman's office to do some shady shit.

This is an all artificial version of an NET mix I was working on a while back, but it just wasn't coming together. The problem was most likely that I was using RF SC Bourbon, but I eventually just moved on to other things. Got some of these FLV in, and decided to give it another go.

Red Burley and Kentucky Blend make a really nice combo here to create an earthy, smoky tobacco with a bit of ash.

Bourbon and Wood Spice top off that bold Tobacco with a bit of manliness. There's a bit of oak in the bourbon, which plays really well with the Wood Spice, which tastes the way I wish I smelled. The actual bourbon part is quite nice as well. I'm not really a bourbon drinker, but if I were, I'd want it to taste like this. It's a fancy bourbon. It's got body, and it's thick. It's more than just a bourbon flavor, it beefs everything up and makes it all feel full in the mouth.

Heat is here to give it a little punch. It's not real noticeable, but you'll be able to tell it's there. It's not quite enough to turn the bourbon in to Hot Damn, but it's enough to feel.

I recommend making 10% dilutions of Heat and Wood Spice since they are pretty strong. A drop too much in a 30 ml could turn this in to hot cologne. Stay safe out there.

I liked this quite a bit fresh, and it just gets better as it ages. Wood Spice is a bit strong at first, but it calms down after a couple days.

Caramel Apple Pie Tobacco (Capt.) blend with a touch of cream and bourbon to round things out.

The apple pie consists of CAP Fuji Apple, FA Apple Pie, JF Dulce de Leche, and FLV Rich Cinnamon (one drop per 10mL).

The tobacco blend is an all FLV mix . . . Red Burley, Virginia Tobacco, and Kentucky Blend.

Added a touch of FLV Cream and FLV Bourbon to act as a bridge between the apple pie and tobaccos. The slight suggestion of booze from the bourbon has this flavor profile leaning towards an apple pie moonshine. Got me to thinking about fall weather sitting around a campfire sipping moonshine from a jar (Mason).

Off the SNV this is a great mix . . . will update after a steep and, possibly, slightly bringing the caramel and bourbon notes a little more forward in the mix. As of now, I'm enjoying this immensely!

Yes . . . those percentages are a bit high (understatement) . . . but I'll be damned if this isn't one fine apple tobacco vape. After a short 7 day steep, this is truly magnificent! Dropped JF Dulce de Leche for FA Caramel and threw some FLV Cured into the mix.. I also doubled the percentage of FLV Bourbon. This is the juice I reach for when I get home to wind down from a hectic day (e.g. 26 4th graders in an inclusion classroom). I mix this 60vg/40pg and load it into a solid MTL tank (EVL Reaper). Definitely a recipe I will return to when this 30 runs out.

Caramel Apple Pie Tobacco (Capt.) blend with a touch of cream and bourbon to round things out.

The apple pie consists of CAP Fuji Apple, FA Apple Pie, JF Dulce de Leche, and FLV Rich Cinnamon (one drop per 10mL).

The tobacco blend is an all FLV mix . . . Red Burley, Virginia Tobacco, and Kentucky Blend.

Added a touch of FLV Cream and FLV Bourbon to act as a bridge between the apple pie and tobaccos. The slight suggestion of booze from the bourbon has this flavor profile leaning towards an apple pie moonshine. Got me to thinking about fall weather sitting around a campfire sipping moonshine from a jar (Mason).

Off the SNV this is a great mix . . . will update after a steep and, possibly, slightly bringing the caramel and bourbon notes a little more forward in the mix. As of now, I'm enjoying this immensely!

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This is a recipe I have been playing with. It is my take on a Bourbon banana foster. This recipe is good after an overnight steep! Give it a try and let me know what you think in the reviews!!!!!😃😜 I just realized I had to put butter pecan pie wonder flavors when I used butter pecan pie real flavors super concentrate because it wasn't available for a selection teach me to put up recipes late at night because I forget to right down what I did. Sorry if anyone mixed it the way its written but I bet its good either way lol.

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I love /u/Taclite 's All-TFA Bourbon Ice Cream, from the December 2016 Monthly Recipe Thread on /r/DIY_ejuice. It's 8% VBIC, 3% Kentucky Bourbon, 2% Toasted Marshmallow, 1% Brown Sugar. If you like TFA VBIC and are patient, I highly recommend trying it. However, that stuff requires a three-week steep to be good and a month to be amazing. And pepper tasters can't enjoy it. A straight sub for TFA VBIC using CAP or FW just isn't the same. So I tried making my own faster-steeping, pepper taster-friendly, version.

LB VIC + HS VIC is my favorite replacement for TFA VBIC if I want to make something for the pepper people. LB is a just a bit too light and fluffy by itself but a lil touch of HS makes it so rich and satisfying.

TFA KB + TM, if you haven't tried these two together, catch up, please. See Coop's Kiwi Bourbon recipe for details. The way that toasty thick sweetness melts into the bourbon is sexual.

JF Dulce De Leche - There's the brown sugar flavor that Bourbon basically begs for, without the long wait. The problem with vaping Taclite's recipe without the long steep is that TFA Brown Sugar at 1%. Taste it too soon, it's like the brown sugar is very angry and punishes you for your impatience. But if you just use less, it won't reach the eventual perfection of month-old Taclite BIC. This JF DDL, on the other hand, settles into the cream just as fast as the bourbons do. And if you overdrip a bit when mixing, no big deal. Can't say that for TFA Brown Sugar, an extra 0.15% of that could be catastrophic.

FLV Bourbon - Even at just 0.5%, this is the real star here. It's not as sweet corny sour mash flavored as TFA's (but also not as watered down), it doesn't have the alcoholic bite of FA Whiskey (which isn't a bourbon anyway), and it's not as well-rounded as RF SC's bourbon (but it doesn't need a steep to not be gross and then promptly fade out like that one either). What it does is absolutely nail that oak barrel aged thing like nobody's business. This flavor might not make you want to ditch other liquor flavors, but it'll certainly make you think twice about reaching for TFA Red Oak or FA Oakwood.

This recipe (and the one that inspired it) goes so well with a cup of coffee in the morning, it's ridiculous.

Some softened pears coated in scorched sugar, drenched in delicious caramel sauce.

The pears can boost a bit, but with a steep, those other notes will mellow out a bit. The FA Apricot will help a bit.

FLV Bourbon helps create the burnt sugar note when paired with the Toasted Marshmallow.

This is my bourbon burnt sugar ice cream. For a more authentic ice cream you may want to add some form of a cooling agent because as is its more of a melted ice cream which is good for me because I like to melt my ice cream a bit and stir it up.

Bourbon Burnt Sugar:
Flavorah Bourbon is a perfect bourbon flavor. I haven't ever tried any other bourbon flavors so I don't know about substitute's. I started at 1% Bourbon which was good but it was just a little better at .75% Bourbon. The burnt sugar I made using brown sugar by tfa at .25% and higher amounts of toasted marshmallow by tfa and crème brulee by inawera. I pushed both to 2.5% to really bring out the toasted notes in both and it worked. The crème brulee also helps bring that eggy note that artisan ice cream and its also quite creamy at this percentage also. I was worried about the ethyl maltol in the toasted marshmallow but it seems to blend the flavors together. Meringue by flavor art at 1% also adds a sugary type of note to the mix.

The ice cream a.k.a. "melted cream":
I used Vanilla bean ice cream by tfa at 4% and then I used 2% French ice cream by hangsen I find these two ice cream flavor's work really well together. I also used 1% of sweet cream by Flavorah this helps bind and smooth out the two ice cream flavors.

Sweetener:
Use it if you want and don't use it if you want your choice!!!
Me I only use one sweetener lately and that is Flavorah sweetness I normally only have to use .25 % for the perfect a amount of sweetness for me. I don't know what it is about Flavorah's sweetness that I like so much but its good and a 15ml bottle will last you quite a long time.

STEEP TIME= 10-14 days

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