Flavor Profile: fruit
Used in 247 recipes at an average of 0.955%.
All I can say here if you love butterscotch and HS ry4 then u must try this out! I made this for my son because he asked for this profile. He normally buys commercial but he loves this one so much hes been vaping it like crazy!! He can't get enough!!!
Theres no need for sweetener in this one at all. Please remember to rate it.
This is my Take on a nice sweet authentic Peanut butter cookie bar. Flavorah caramel adds a nice honey sweetness to it. The cream fresh and Bavarian Cream give it a nice amount of dairy. The cereal 27 gives it a nice crispy ness. The Graham cracker almost adds somewhat of a Granola taste to it at this percentage. Caramel candy enhances the Peanut butter from TFA without taking over the recipe. FLV cookie dough when steeped long enough gives off a sweet honey note and adds that great cookie goodness. You can’t have a perfect Peanutbutter cookie without brown sugar. . I recommend 5-7 days Steep for all ingredients to meld together. I like it sweet so I added .5% Supersweet to my mix. But this is optional. Mixed at 69/31. Enjoy.
This is a vanilla ice cream with caramel drizzle vape.
Rich cream and vanilla, topped with a bright, sweet, caramel
Made on "Live Mixing: Caramel Vapes"
"Cabane á Sucre" combines three flavors already tasty on their own but when blended together create something exquisite.
Maple Syrup. Hazelnut. Cake Batter.
With Cabane á Sucre I decided to use FA Maple Syrup & FLV Maple Bar in tandem for the maple aspect. Each bring something different to the table and blend nicely together.
FW Hazelnut was a no brainer. It's creamy. It's nutty. And it pairs beautifully with maple syrup. FA Breakfast Cereals, one of Flavour Art's newest flavors provides a bit of texture I felt was lacking.
FLV Caramel was sort of the missing link. This concentrate is beautiful at providing a certain "roundness." Love it. Lastly, both INW Shisha Vanilla and FLV Cupcake Batter lend some extra creaminess, body and light vanilla notes.
TPA/TFA Sweetener cause.. maple syrup.
Looking forward to hearing everyone's feedback! Enjoy ;)
I wanted to create a nice tore cream without the flaky cake layers. I made this and it came out perfect for my taste buds. The raspberries and Sour apple make a nice sweet and sour fruit part. With a Nice creamy sweet Chocalate flavor and the Shisha vanilla rounds out the mix to soften it up into a nice well balanced cream.
INW Biscuit(1-1.25): what else is there to say about this popular cookie flavor...it's BUTTERY AF and it's here as the base of the recipe!?!?
FLV Butterscotch (1%) & FLV Caramel (1%): these two flavorings together are BANGIN'! A delicious caramel and Flavorah's version of butterscotch because of its well-renowned background cookie note are used here to add mouthfeel to the cookie base.
FLV Vanilla Custard (4%) & FLV Milk & Honey (0.5-1%): the custard at the top end of the suggested percentage begins to exhibit nuttiness and the M&H (I like this better at 0.5%) brings a sort of dark sweetness (while retaining softness) to the mix (for which I did not want to simply just use TFA Brown Sugar).
TFA Acetyl Pyrazine (0.25-0.5%): lastly, I figured a touch (because I wanted to retain a softer texture) of graininess was in order for this flavor profile.
Optional: if you prefer an almond-flavored cookie, as suggested by Wayne, adding FA Almond (0.5%) would lend a hand to the nutty notes of the custard while adding more sweetness to the mix...however, I feel that M&H does the job well enough (at least for the sweetness).
Speaking of profile, ehm...a sweet, buttery, honey COOKIE with a hint of nuttiness? I have no idea what I just mixed but, it tastes good. -shrugs-
All recipe and notes credit goes to Wayne (DIYORDIE) because he is my coach and inspiration...this one's for you! \m/
Warning: diketone-sensitive individuals mix at your own risk! o.O
Please, mix this and feel free to share feedback...if you don't like it, I shan't QQ.
Toasted Coconut, Mixed Nuts, Sweet Brown Sugar, Toffee Undertones
A remix, with tobacco added.
This is the basic description of the commercial juice this is inspired by. I went on a business trip and did not take enough juice for the entire week. I wound up checking for a B&M but the only things near the hotel in that part of upstate NY sold their own house juices so I picked the one that looked more professional. This juice of theirs was the only one that resonated with me so I did their special for the day of 3x30 for 30$ From the minute I tasted it to the end of the third bottle all I could think was DAMMIT THIS NEEDS TOBACCO.
I went about this a bit different from my normal approach which is to get my tobacco profile and build on it. I went with an established profile, got as close to it as I wanted to adjusting for my tastes and added the tobacco. This is a darker rich profile, I wanted to keep in that vain keeping it rich and dark. I do not know that this is ADV material. But it is really good for me, I have been vaping this in the evenings.
This is my vanilla bourbon barrel custard!! I made the first renditions of this recipe weeks before the bourbon barrel vanilla cream recipe I just released so this was the inspiration for the bourbon barrel portion of that recipe.
The Bourbon Barrel:
I used a delicious combination of flavorah flavors. I used bourbon at .85% just enough so you know there is bourbon in the recipe not over powering in any way. If you like it boozy then you might want to turn up the bourbon a little because its more of an accent but its definitely present. Oak barrel is a light flavor but a great flavor to accent the oak barrel. I then added just a touch of caramel and butterscotch just to accentuate the sweetness in a bourbon barrel.
The Vanilla Custard:
It looks a little heavy handed but this is my third rendition and this was the one that tasted the best. I used 2.5% of both tfa and capella"s vanilla custard's. I wanted a creamy custard so I added vanilla whipped cream by capella at 2%. I also added 1% cream fresh by flavor art and 1.5% holy vanilla. As heavy handed as this recipe looks in the vanilla department after a 10+ day steep this turns into something special. A delicious vanilla custard with a delicately infused bourbon barrel back note. Definitely a good change in pace if your like me you need something different. Enjoy!!!
Just a fun recipe using some of flavorah's newly released flavors. I figured I would put some recipes out using some of the lesser talked about new flavors. Smooth vanilla is an extremely strong flavor .20% and there is no denying that its in the recipe. Vanilla bean is a lot lighter of a vanilla than smooth vanilla but when added to sweet cream and cream it makes a smooth vanilla cream
My bourbon barrel:
I used a combination of oak barrel, bourbon, butterscotch, and caramel. Oak barrel is a light flavor but yet a very accurate oak barrel with a little bourbon butterscotch and caramel added and it is transformed into a whiskey soaked bourbon oak barrel. butterscotch and caramel add to the sweet notes in the oak barrel.. I added a touch of sweetness to sweeten the mix up a bit. Feel free to use or not use a sweetener of your choice me I like flavorah sweetness!!!!
Just a good smooth bourbon barrel vanilla cream with subtle butterscotch and caramel back notes and of coarse the bourbon oak barrel!!!$$$ let me know what you think in the review section. This is surprisingly good after a shake but definetly will get better with age. I would say a 5 day steep and it is 100% but definitely good to vape on a shake!!! ENJOY!!!!