Flavor Profile: chocolate complex rich standalone strong
Used in 83 recipes at an average of 1.393%.
Chocolat-orange cake with a dark rich cake and a luxurious hint of orange.
Chocolat deutsch: A delicious Dark rich chocolat cake with coconut.
Chocolate, cocoa, dark bean: Allthough the coconut isn't anoying in the chocolat deutsch, the recipe doesn't call for it. By layering the dry cocopowder like cocoa and the smoother almost milky chocolate along with a bit of the bitter notes of the coffee i'm attempting to sway the balance away from the coconut a bit.
Graham cracker clear and golden butter: Cause every cake needs some of that.
Hazelnut: Well take your pick of wonderfull properties. Nutty, creamy, moisturing, ...
Blood orange and lemon zest: I got the Blood orange flavor hoping for a great orange to use in a orange creamsicle but for some reason, none of the oranges that i've tried tend to work for me there. I always get a orange syrup like flavor so I thought i might have better luck using it for what it is. The lemon zest is to up the zesty part this recipe calls for.
Sweetness: well it is a sweet profile so... Wreck your coils and wicks with super sweet if you want. This is what I use (or a homebrew blend of stevia in glycerin and sucralose that is kinda the same)
Dispite the dark flavor profile, this juice is clean and pure and will keep your gear wicking and vaping long time.
I've been a big fan of Ninja Man. I don't know why, its a pretty simple and linear profile. I guess it may be because ever since I was 12 I've been lactose intolerate. Man have I missed my chocolate milk. I've always detected a coconut note on the finish with ninja man, and I just knew it had to be Flavorah chocolate deutch. I've been playing with this and I think it's pretty spot on. It been a struggle trying to get the body exactly right, there are just too many options and variables. Here's where I'm at right now:
Flavorah Chocolate Deutch: This is a great flavoring, but its strong. It's a bit bipolar, keep it low and its a nice smooth chocolate, a tad on the darker side, with a touch of coconut on the finish. The closer you get to 1% with it and the coconut starts to shine. 0.4% about 2 drops per 10ml is just right. A little really does go a long way.
TPA Bavarian Cream: A great easy to use custard with a nice medium body. Its thick and rich and just about right.
FA Vienna Cream: I used this to loosen up the Bavarian Cream a bit to make it a little more milky.
TPA Vanilla Swirl: This in conjuction with Vienna Cream help make the Bavarian Cream into a looser cream body. Not quite milk, more like a nice medium body cream. I chose to use it for its lighter creamy texture, and a little note of vanilla, as chocolate and vanilla always go hand in hand. It does like a good steep tho.
This is good as a shake and vape. Vanilla Swirl does like a good steep so it should get better over time. I usually mixed a 30ml bottle and it usually doesn't make it past a few days.
Enjoy and please leave me a comment!
The name speaks for itself! Crushed Oreos in vanilla ice cream, with a little chocolate booster. I wanted to build a recipe around RF Cookie's and Cream SC because lots of people have the concentrate, but I don't see many recipes using it yet.
This recipe may still be updated after some more tweaking
For a fun addition to this you can add 0.25% of FLV Cool Mint to make it a mint chocolate pudding.
I would also like to note, that initially it won't be extremely sweet. As it steeps for 1 to 2 weeks the FLV sweetness starts to come out a lot more and it seems to get sweeter as time goes on. If you need blast you in the face sweet, as much as I hate to say it, 0.5% Cap SS will achieve that effect, but it will also kill your coils. FLV sweetness takes a bit longer to come out, but is a very clean sweet that will leave a sweet note in your mouth but won't leave the sugar taste on your lips...it also doesn't kill coils, or cause throat irritation if you are a chemical sensitive like I am.
Also need to note that if you are sensitive to diketones like acetoin, chocolate deutsch contains a pretty high level of Acetoin according to the MSDS sheet. At this level it is pretty low ppm in the recipe, but it is enough to cause me some throat irritation after vaping it for a little while.
I do have a couple other versions of this recipe using different ingredients that I will be releasing as I test them after steeping, so if you're diketone sensitive alternative recipes will be coming.
( Picture credit) photo credit: ginnerobot chocolate pudding via photopin (license)
Well tinkering around with tobacco's for the round two of the mixed beginner blending competition I came up with this recipe banana never really punched through the tobacco and chocolate and so I left it out altogether.
The combination of Soho, cured tobacco, and peanut butter gives you a fantastic cigar flavoring.
Bavarian cream and chocolate glaze makeup the top notes giving you a creamy German chocolate flavor. The chocolate Fades quickly but at 2% is still a standout flavoring in the recipe after 14 days and makes the cigar delicious
I had a hard time going for something original with the flavors required. As I knew I could t cheat it and use undetectable amounts of some of the required ingredients. I've been looking for a good use of FLV chocolate Deutsch and I think this is on to something.
1% flv chocolate Deutsch is not too heavy but still present. It has a great dark chocolate taste with hints of coconut and dense cake.
.75% cap cinnamon danish swirl just to be enough to add to the dough and a slight cinnamon to the rest of the mix. This stuff is one of caps more potent flavors and I didn't want it's cinnamon note to take over.
1% JF fuji adds a subtle sweet crisp apple note. Not as tart as fa Fuji which I like in this case.
6% tpa Strawberry ripe. This flavor in my expirience has a tendency to due down and get overshadowed by other heavier flavors so I bumped this up a notch. For those not in the know this is a must have strawberry. Bright, sweet and authentic ripe as the name suggests.
2% JF Bavarian cream. This has become my favorite of any of the Bavarian creams. Sweet and thick with a slight caramel to it. I like my German chocolate cake with a good thick cream filling or covering and this accomplishes that.
Lastly 1% fa hazelnut. I love what hazelnut adds to strawberry flavors adding some authenticity and creaminess and this adds the creaminess and slight nut taste I wanted. I almost decided to go with fa coconut as should be present in German chocolate cake but since this isn't really a authentic German chocolate cake I left the coconut note up to the flv chocolate Deutsch.
A weeks worth of steep does this some good but is actually pleasant as a shake and vape.
Chocolate Deutsch - even though it's not as strong as other chocolates. The Choc Deutsch is a great flavour but tends to fade fast in any recipe I've tried (unless it's used solo and even then it mellows) so there's not much point in adding too much. I find it's enough to give the hint of chocolate and let the Milk and Honey do the rest.
Tried some Bav Cream/Malted Milk instead of the FA Cream Fresh/ FA Vienna Cream 1:2 ratio - didn't really work.
What I enjoy about this recipe is that it is a "chocolate" taste without adding anything that is either a cloyingly sweet chocolate or dry that comes from cocoa flavourings. The Bav cream adds a bit more sweetness to the recipe than the Vienna Cream and also adds a good compliment to the "milk" part.
FLV Milk and Honey is the main ingredient. I think the wildly different opinions on this flavour are due to its name. It's not really creamy and it's not really honey. I would call it FLV Choc Malt as that's what my mind goes to when I taste it. It's more of a Choc Malt component rather than a stand alone choc malt.
FLV Coconut isn't a very coconutish flavour when used in mixes and more a cream with a coconut hint so it works really well with chocolate and milk.
Vanilla Shisha helps to boost the maltish flavour without being prominent.
You can shake and vape this but as with anything will settle nicely with time. It's good with a overnight steep. I tend to be of the mind that steeping will smooth the recipe but if it ain't good as a shake and vape it will never get better.
I also like milder juices so I use less % of concentrates as it helps in rotating flavours for me so I don't get remnants of the previous juice on my atty.
** 8/7 - Removed the Bavarian Cream and Malted Milk as they weren't really contributing much to it and added the Vienna Cream back in. Also went back to 70/30 as it works better in this recipe. Also bumped up the Choc Deutsche to a full 1%**
Holy wow this is a great flavoring! Really prime as a standalone, one you surely don't want to miss out on if you like German Chocolate Cake. It's got a delectable cakey chocolate, and a tasty sweet coconut undertone to it. Even though this flavoring is great by itself, its complexity does make it somewhat more difficult to mix with. Its obvious role is going to be bakeries focusing on chocolate and coconut, not many other directions it can be taken due to the pronounced chocolate and coconut. I feel like if they were able to take just the cakiness from this they would have a pretty great sub for FW Yellow Cake.