Used in 568 recipes at an average of 0.41%.
Profile: Luxurious and voluptuous fresh coconut milk.
Luxurious? Well, it kinda is since the ingredients can be a little expensive and hard to get, especially FA Milk in the States and overall FLV flavours in Europe.
The recipe itself it's pretty self-explanatory and simple. All the ingredients make sense. So there you go!
FA Milk - If you want milk like straight milk, this is it. Not to sweet, not overwhelming with the dairy note and makes your mouth with that feeling when you drink a cup of fresh milk.
FLV Sweet Coconut/FLV Coconut - Sweet Coconut it's an super versatile flavour. In this recipe creates this fresh and authentic coconut flesh and also have a great watery content. FLV Coconut on the other hand, it's super thick almost like coconut oil. Buttery and rich and obnoxious strong as a flavour so be careful using this. Just a few drops is enough for this profile to make the Coconut shine.
WS-23 - I normally say this is optional but in this recipe, I recommend to include this. It brings more authenticity and makes the overall experience much more enjoyable especially in the summer and turns the vape experience lighter.
This can be vaped right away but 2-3 days of steeping it's gonna turn the recipe much better.
A pretty simple, creamy, slightly sweetened milk tea with just a touch of coconut. Satisfying one day after mixing. Local Thai restaurant's Thai Tea inspired me . . . it's a strong brewed black tea sweetened with condensed milk and topped with half and half. It is sinfully sweet and robust. There isn't anything in the way of citrus or spice. The cream swirling into the tea made me think of Jupiter.
FLV Black Tea feels non-negotiable . . . in my opinion, it just outperforms the other black teas I've tried (INW and FA). I thought the touch of vanilla and coconut would really push this towards the flavor I was seeking. Milk & Honey kind of mimics that condensed milk note. 0.3% Super Sweet to help with that sinful sweetness mentioned above.
I looked to ID10-T's Hello Daddy Hello Mom (https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/84337#hello_daddy_hello_mom_by_id10_t) for the milky inspiration, where he states, "You do NOT need to purchase FA Milk to make this. FA Cream Fresh makes a good 1:1 sub. Or try CAP Sweet Cream as a 1:1 sub. Or use OoO Cream Milky 1.5% or TFA Sweet Cream 1% instead of 2%."
Enjoy. I've been mixing everything 60vg/40pg because it seems to work for the devices I use most (Hadaly clone for taste testing/home use and Joyetech Penguin and Dolphin for commute/on the go).
Home style creamy coconut cream pie.. Something your grandmother would bake for special occasions.
Coconut by FLV - Strong flavor at higher percentage So only used 3 drops
Coconut Custard by WF - Great base for a coconut cream pie
DX Graham Cracker by TPA - Some will get the clear I prefer the darker also great base with the butter for the crust of the pie
Vanilla Pudding by FLV - Added creaminess to a pie
Sweet Coconut by FLV - Adds a smooth light coconut taste
This will possibly make you feel like a kid again...
Much Help via #Shyndo
An apple cider pudding pie
This is a flamboyantly autumnal recipe that, being shared in the first week of spring, couldn't possibly be more out-of-season. It's also poached entirely from @ConcreteRiver's delicious Deer Lodge recipe, with all of the ingredients being exactly the same, even used at the same concentrations, with just two small additions.
This is not meant to imply that there is anything wrong with Deer Lodge, that it's missing or lacking anything at all. But when FlavorPro Jennifer Jarvis asked for a pudding pie for the #yearofmixing competition, I knew immediately that I wanted to try to wrap Rick's hopped-up apple cider pudding in a delicate, subtle pie crust. Several attempts with various other crusty ingredients did not work. This one does.
I don't get any apple or spice (not that either of them would be unwelcome here) out of FA Apple Pie. It just tastes like a plain ol' pie crust. And it's the only non-graham pastry crust flavor I could get to work as a main crusty competent here. The others trampled the hell out of that that lovely rich buttery pudding base. A light touch of FW Pie Crust provides another layer of bakery, making for a more flaky, less doughy, pie. Its darker sweetness emulates the edges of the crust, where the pie is crunchier and browner. The result? A dessert vape fit for the hunter coming home after a long day on the deer lease.
Let's try some Angel Cake...
Supposedly an Angel Cake is virtually fat-free.
Well, F that, I like a bit of butter, hence the 0.25% Inawera Biscuit. ;)
Tasted good as a S&V but give it some time for the recipe to tell it's full tail.
Wonderflavor Angel Cake SC at 3.5% is as high as I want to take it. Aside from that, it doesn't really want to play anything more than a supporting role going below. Strawberry Jam with Toast will assist here perfectly.
I really like layered vape recipes and I try to create at least 1 a month with this being the recipe for the my month.. This is my rendition of something I had seen when I first started to D.I.Y. and I have struggled with in the beginning and I think I have the right amount of everything for the correct tastes so what better then the best of 2 worlds.. Banana Nut Bread with Strawberry Cheesecake combined into one hell of a vape.. Slight coconut hint with the right cream and vanilla.
This is a play on Orange Fanta with subtle hints of Raspberry and Coconut to finish it off.. It is a super fruity and zero sweetener. The Cactus makes the vape super juicy with the slight hint of tart and sour to mess with your taste buds as you vape it. I used the Black Currant as a buffer to slightly enhance the Raspberry and it worked just right.. This is a nice SNV and it could be a daily vape.
A hopped apple cider pudding.
This started out as a riff on Mill's "Soursop Pudding." I loved that recipe. The pudding base was on point, and I dug how he used hops as an accent to soursop. I took the basic idea and ran with it.
FLV Vanilla Pudding is the base of the recipe, bringing a smooth texture and some body to the table. The FLV Coconut is in here mostly to accentuate the richness of that pudding base. The errant bits of coconut flavor actually work pretty well, but I'm mostly after the buttery richness of that flavor.
I really wanted an excuse to try to make apple and hops work together. For some reason, I had never tryed it out, but I really dig how the hops plays with the boozy notes of FLV Apple Cider and the Apple Pop is there to really punch in the apple profile.
The cinnamon was the final addition to temper some of the clash between the boozy notes of the cider and the rich pudding. Plus, the warm spice makes this feel even more comforting and like a vaguely macho dessert you'd get at some boutique hunter's lodge. Shoutout to LimeDrive for testing an earlier version of this via Mixer's Club and suggesting cinnamon. Turns out, it ties the whole thing together.
The city light is too bright to save me or be seen. Welcome to Deer Lodge.
Screwed Exotica is an explosion of several fruits.
This is a good exercise to test the palette and reflect on how different flavors reside in your memory.
Seeing these are quite distinguishable here, it shouldn't be to difficult.
(FA) Coco' (coconut) 1.5%
(FLV) Coconut 0.25%
(INW) Guava 1% (So not using Guava (FA) here)
(CAP) Juicy Orange 3%
(FA) Juicy Strawberry 1.5%
(FW) Kiwi 2.5%
(TPA) Philippine Mango 2%
(PUR) Super Sweet 0.5%
(CAP) Sweet Guava 1.5%
(CAP) Vanilla Whipped Cream 1.5%
Add a few drops of koolada or WS23 if the coolness is your thing.