By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 104 recipes at an average of 0.965%.
An All Flavorah Apple pie From none other than Big Daddykane 91, i have been mulling over this one for some time now and figured i would give it the old DMC go ... So hope its good enough to make someone happy out there in Vapeville... so drip up and vape out... know what im talking bout ...
FLV Apple filling is taking center stage in this profile along with alittle help from FLV red apple , to accentuate that apple alittle bit, next up is that crust i figured Graham cracker, fried dough and granola got me what i was trying to achieve was lacking that buttery not e i had hoped to hit but was still pretty good
I got inspired by an eliquid that a friend of mine was freaking out about. Though that particular liquid, while good, just tasted full of sweetener, and syrup heavy flavors which turned me off to it a little bit. I mean, it still tasted pretty good but was just missing something. So, being a mixer of course, I decided to start making one for myself. One that I would want to vape anyways. The liquid was a peanut butter banana granola bar from a bear-y well known granola line of ejuice. The mix it is today, to me is very close to a commercial style granola bar, even though there's lots of different variations of granola. When I imagine it, this is where I land personally. So, give it a mix, I promise if you enjoy banana nut type recipes, this definitely hits that mark and I can vape the hell out of this without it feeling too dark and cloying as the original. After about 5 days, the banana settles down a bit and leaves just a very tasty treat.
TPA Banana Cream/LA Banana Cream - Pretty self explanatory. Always a delicious combo for a nice semi-realistic banana flavor with a decent candiness that also brings along a well-rounded cream.
CAP Cereal 27 - The perfect AP addition to any bakery flavors, also solidifies a very tasty oat note and also includes a subtle sweetness. Combined with FA Cookie it really puffs out to be pretty crunchy and sweet.
FA Cookie - Just a touch of extra AP and sweetness to sit up with C27 against the creams and nuttiness.
TPA Peanut Butter - Also pretty self explanatory. Just a very true peanut butter flavor. Nutty enough to be pretty realistic and creamy enough to be delicious. It can overtake a mix pretty easily. A little goes a long way, especially being a flavor with ethyl maltol. If you use this flavor in lower amounts, it can really help some darker caramel-ish recipes with a very unique creaminess/chewiness, which can be quite useful. This is a DA/AP included flavor but TPA also has a DA/AP free version which is just as good if not better with a vibrant flavor.
FA Nut Mix - Simple nutty flavor. Very VERY powerful. If you use too much, this flavor can absolutely ruin an entire recipe IMO. Very similar in that way to FA Walnut though Walnut can be more forgiving. This is just an oily, nutty flavor. There's not much that can be said about it because the only time anyone would want to use this is very sparingly to back up some other nutty flavors and maybe as an accent. Not anything like peanuts, much more like almonds/walnuts maybe a little hazelnut mixed up together. Still, it's very good to add as a nutty accent. Sits very central on the palate leaving a nuttiness after the exhale.
FLV Granola - Now, before I added this flavor to this mix, I already had a decent granola type flavor. I took some ideas from a blueberry crumble recipe by luadr. When I mixed that recipe, I could see what he was trying to accomplish (even though I was short one of the flavors, FA WoW) I tried out FA Nut Mix which really stood out as a nutty after-note and really went well with the bakeries. I loved the combination of those particular bakery flavors into a decently realistic crumble-like flavor. I used that same process with this recipe and I was pretty close getting to a granola-like note. Once I received FLV Granola however and added 1% in with this I realized....
wtf did I just do? It was clearly way too much. But, once I brought it down quite a bit, that flavor really sets the bar for granola (not that there's much competition). Now, it's not perfect. There aren't many flavors that are, but used correctly and with a bit of extra help, it truly brought the mix to the next level. It wasn't so dark that it wasn't able to be lightened or "softened" up a bit with other blonder flavors. It also comes with a noticeable sweetness towards the end, which assisted a bit in the banana.
I Have been a fan of the yogi original eliquid for while and wanted to get that
4 days this is maple forward , at 1 week the maple syrup settles down and the other notes come forward- and really blends into a nice mix around 2 weeks.
The granola lacks in texture so some cereal 27 or AP is needed to bring that forward
This does not need sweetener, but if you are looking for that yogi commercial flavor then add it. Or a touch of marzipan 0.30 also works here
This is hands down the best granola I’ve ever made.
The FLV Granola and Crunch Cereals ingredients actually make this granola stand out cause it tastes like granola. Every layer has a different seasoning/spice/texture. This mix is awesome. The Cranberry/Fig flavored granola topped with the thicker texture and tangier flavor from Greek Yogurt. Sweetened with Honey Bee, this granola is so good, I plan on making another batch of it tonight.
Apple & Cranberry Tarte Tatin
This ultimate fall and winter tart showcase the best fruits of the season: apples, and cranberries. Unlike other tarts, the Tarte Tatin is made upside down in a skillet.
All FLV in this recipe, less is more.
Apple Filling, Apple Cranberry and a twist of Lime Wedge are the fruit filling for this dark and delicious vape.
For the bakery foundation, I used Sweet Dough, Pastry Zest, and Granola, this combination with notes from cinnamon and crunchy nuts makes this a very enjoyable mix where all aromas are perfectly layered.
Opted for Butterscotch as dressing instead of caramel, the FLV Butterscotch has that perfect buttery/brown sugar taste I liked for this mix and added some Marshmallow for a smooth mouthfeel.
I find this perfectly sweetened for my taste but as always, sweeten to your likings.
Steeped this 14 days and in my honest opinion the perfect steep time.
\\Steep Time: 14 days
\\Mixed at: 70VG/30PG
\\Note: This uses CAP Vanilla Custard V1
This is my Boysenberry Parfait, now I know these are usually yogurt, but parfaits are known for using custard as well. I guess I have really been on a custard kick lately, with Mighty Beard being my last recipe release, but I think you all will really enjoy this one!
Fruity Fruit McFruitFace: I actually did try other fruits with this, but I knew they were all fruits that everybody used already and a lot of people have parfait recipes out there. So I figured I wanted to try something a little more original, which is how I arrived at Boysenberry. FLV Boysenberry at 1% is a more tart boysenberry and when combined with PUR Boysenberry preserves, helps create a sweet and jammy boysenberry with just a little bit of tartness.
Dem Creams: CAP Vanilla Custard V1 really helps with a nice dense creaminess that we are going for in a Custard parfait. When paired with FLV Cream, it helps smooth out the eggy notes a little bit and helps support Cap Custard V1 as well.
Dem Grains: I had been trying to figure out a recipe for FLV Granola since u/ConcreteRiver put a review up for it about 6 months ago, and it really works great here. By itself it is a bit dry and bitter, but it has a great granola flavor. Combined with a little bit of TPA Cheesecake Graham Crust it helps create a sweeter granola flavor. This is also why CAP VC v1 is so high, FLV Granola really fights against other creams. I realize that 0.66% is a weird % to use, but at 0.5% you can't taste it at all and at 0.75% it overwhelms the rest of the recipe. It's simply perfect where it's at.
The Holiest of Holys: Holy Vanilla is really just a great addition. It helps sweeten up FLV Granola and helps support the creams as well.
The best part about this recipe? You can easily sub the boysenberries for a lot of other fruits. I would probably avoid strong citrus flavors, but things like strawberry, blueberry, cranberry, and maybe even apple cinnamon would make great replacements.
Anyway I hope you enjoy this! I look forward to your reviews and constructive criticisms.
A hip granola tobacco vape, as hipster-icious as they get. It's bold, it's woody, it's nutty, it's got dried fruit, it's sophisticated, complex and will keep you interested for hours. I'm in love with FLV Granola and I had to share this recipe because this wonderful flavor needs more love (and recipes for it).
FLV Granola: The star of the show. Really great as a cereal vape if you help it with some crunch, and so unique that I had to test it with tobacco after the first SFT. It's a strong flavor with lots of stuff going on in it and I'm surprised I had to use it above 1%, but it's in company with very complex and deep tobacco.
FLV Cured / FLV Red Burley: Two of the greatest tobacco flavors known to mankind. The Burley is here just to give volume and depth to Cured.
FLV Bourbon: Not a full bourbon flavor by itself, but its dark oak notes fit so well with FLV Cured.
FLV Oatmeal Raisin: Granola may carry some raisin notes but they are vague and to me they're more dried fruit candy than raisins. Oatmeal Raisin has different fresh raisin notes that make your granola even hipper.
Careful with it, a drop per 10-15ml is enough. Try the recipe without it if you don't have it, but consider getting it if you like raisins, it's the Rich Cinnamon of raisin flavors, it will last you forever.
This is not a bad shake-and-vape but FLV flavors are very concentrated and need some time and shaking to saturate the VG. The percentages might get tweaked after the first test batches pass the month mark.
A. Skip the raisin and add 0.75% FLV Sweet Coconut (and amplify it with 0.15% FLV Coconut if it's too light for you) to throw some candied coconut in your granola and take the entire recipe into Castle Long territory.
B. Skip the raisin and add 1.5% DIYFS Holly Vanilla if you need some vanilla with your tobacco. If the Holly Vanilla/FLV Cured combo is too woody for your taste, add 2% CAP French Vanilla. If you're tempted to try other vanillas like INW Shisha or Vanilla Swirl, beware most of them will mud the tobacco part.
C. Skip the FLV tobaccos and raisin and add 4% FA Soho. A very different experience but just as good (I was actually thinking of releasing a seperate recipe for Soho)
FLV Cured / FLV Red Burley: If you have mixed with these (or FLV Native) you can play around with the tobacco part of the recipe to suit your taste better, but I have to say Cured was the best match when I initially tried pairing FLV Granola with various tobaccos. You could always try the Soho variation.
FLV Bourbon: Try 0.5% of TPA Red Oak