By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 111 recipes at an average of 0.772%.
My experiments with African Horned Cucumber continue. This recipe is based on a recipe for an African Horned Cucumber sauce recipe:
It is an interesting mix of fruits with spice. I really enjoyed it.
This recipe must be steeped 2 weeks.
I forgot to write the description when I was testing it, and all I remember is that it was pretty good.
Fig a Rose
This is not a floral vape, but not figgy either. This is a beautiful Pudding with Rose Water Caramel and Figs.
This is one of the concept ideas DIY Down Under had in round 2 of the mix-off competition with The Fog Vlog. I have taken the idea and tweaked it a bit more.
Must let this steep for 3 days.
Inspired by Flavor Pro's Fluffy Pancake challenge. I don't have any pancake flavors yet, so this is a light cake topped with a fruit, mostly fruit flavor. It is light, so I think it will make a good summer flavor.
I will try bumping up the cake in the next version. It is hidden by the fruit flavors.
The banana custard adds some creaminess, and mild banana flavor.
The fig gave the fruit mix a little earthiness that I felt it needed to balance the flavors.
CAP Sweet Strawberry for a bright, sweet strawberry flavor.
Tested on the Wasp Nano with 3 ohm stainless at 40 watts.
*All Flavorah *
Created using the new FLV Sweet and Smokey Tobacco. This is a sweet tobacco with some ashy notes. I paired it with fLV Tatanka which is a dark sweet cheeing tobacco. Butterscotch is used to make it more desserty, and pairs perfectly with Smoked Butterscotch. To enhance a bit of nuttiness from the tobacco i used Kinako Soy, and this needed a fruit to bring in some sweeter notes, so Fig was used as an accent. Of course FLV Cream is perfect to blend together and smooth any off notes. So take a ride with me and try this delicious tobacco. And if it was meant to be, leave your thoughts. 💜💜💜.
Music to listen to. Meaning to this song. 💜
This is a delicious after dinner tobacco vape. 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. Fig, and cream. To accentuate the nuttiness in the tobacco blend, I useFLV Kinako Soy.
Hope you enjoy. ,
Music to mix to:
Sweet and creamy brie (picked from Sasquatch's toes), served with sliced fig, and topped with fresh honey and cracked black pepper.
Created for April 2018 Mixer's Club. This month's theme is "April Fools":
A Fig and Hony Christmas Tart! Made for #The Christmas Mix. Enjoy. Please join us in benefiting St. Judes
You know it it's good when straight after the shake you smile and say to yourself, "I think I have my new all day vape". FIGJAM !! This recipe on the surface may seem like a simple recipe yet to get the balance right and achieve a gorgeous jammy feel was a bit more difficult to master. First I began with the "Fig Stone - The FLV Fig gives the center of the fig experience while the FA Fresh Fig offers more of the notes from the skin of the fruit while the TFA Acai balances the two and begins to help begin the jam feel to this vape. A few drops of FA liquid amber and FA Blackcurrant help complete the jam feel of this recipe while a few drops of INW Shisha Vanilla help smooth this whole recipe right through the middle. The brown sugar completes this recipe bringing the home made style of deep sweetness that this recipe deserves. This recipe offers you a beautiful authentic FIGJAM experience. While it is complex with textures it is also silky and offers a moorish and well rounded flavor experience. Turn on some deep chiil music, grab a lovely bottle of fine Merlot and bring it all together and you will have a symphonic experience worth savoring! Enjoy!
PS> There are no subs in this recipe.
Recommended Music to vape this to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EdRd3DuBupk
Christmas Confections is an attempt at recreating the date and rice crispies cookies that my aunt used to make at Christmas time. I'm not sure if a date concentrate exists, but I would say the flavor is somewhere between a jammy fig and a cooked plum. I used FLV Fig at 0.5% and INW Smoked Plum at 0.2% (a ridiculously low % . . . but that stuff is powerful) to create the gooey resemblance of dates cooked in sugar. I added the WF Molasses to add the deep sweetness that comes with cooked dates. WF Almond Cookie (2%), TFA Rice Crunchies (3%), and TFA Coconut Candy (0.75%) make up the body of the cookie that's mixed in (similar to rice crispy treats) after the sugar and dates have cooked into a syrupy sweet mixture. FA Meringue (1%) and CAP Super Sweet (0.5%) round this out with that heavy coating of powdered sugar that the warm cookies are rolled in before serving.
A dark, bready tobacco with a fruity fig finish. Something like eating a sleeve of fig netwtons and a freshly opened pack of cigarettes at the same time, but at least moderately more pleasant than that. It's a bit obnoxious, really. But obnoxious can be fun, and sometimes I need a tobacco that doesn't screw around.
This recipe has a long and tortured genesis. The original base for the recipe was a recipe called "Gravity" from a MixLife grudge match between myself and the mighty ID10-T. The original parameters of the mixoff were five flavors, all flavorah. I came up with a fig newton after messing around some of the darker, bolder flavors from the flavorah line. I eked out a win (shoutout to making stupid, risky choices) with this recipe:
.25% FLV Apple Pop
.25% FLV Cookie
2% FLV Ginger Snap
.25% FLV Raisin Rum
.75% FLV Sweet Fig (Subbed out for .5% FLV Fig, as the judges didn't actually have sweet fig.)
It was good enough to win, but it was overall just a bit too dark and intense for a fig newton cookie.
But hey, Ckemist suggested turning into a tobacco, so that's what we did. Lean into the darkness.
Not a ton has changed from the original gravity recipe here. I've cut the FLV Ginger Snap in half, just because that tobacco is already pretty darn dark and I didn't need everything going too bitter and burnt. I've also just embraced the sub for FLV Fig as opposed to FLV Sweet Fig. There isn't much of a difference, and the straight Fig is quite a bit more popular.
I don't really have a solid enough grasp with tobaccos to start throwing 4 at a time in here, so I just settled for one of my favorite non-aromatic tobaccos at the basic bitch percentage of 2%. Messing around with the tobacco here is a good idea. Make it work for you. I'd generally stay away from anything aromatic. If there's anything too close to an ammonia flavor in there it's going to push that FLV Fig into some weirder off notes. This also doesn't seem to work particulary well with oriental/turkish/herbalish tobaccos. You just want something solid for all the newton to bounce off of. Kentucky worked for me here. Cured felt a little lighter but it was a'ight as well.
I'm a bit of masochist, but adding .5% FA Black Fire adds a really interesting sweet smoke to this... I thinks it's a bit too dark to really work well with INW DNB or FLV Classic Cigarette for anything too overtly ashy. This also benefits quite a bit from .25% FA MTS if it's coming across as too harsh for you.
Steep time here is mostly going to be dictated by the Tobacco. This works pretty well after an overnight, and starts to fade out a bit on day 3. That tobacco should come back in about 2 weeks though, so maybe forget about it for a while, okay? I find it works best as a high nic mtl banger but do whatever you want.