By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 112 recipes at an average of 0.729%.
Now I understand, you'll look at this recipie, and think, whoa thats alot of flavours....
Each one has its own place to create the perfet fruit tea blend, with an extremely subtle mint feel.
It all started with a wonderful cuppa tea from a coffee house here in the uk. Primary ingredients being Apple, Papaya, Mint Leaves and Rose Petals.
The Tea smelt and tasted so good, I recreated it in a Vapable form.
HLQ Black Tea is Chefs Fab MIx Black Tea
If you have the concentrates to mix it up, let me know what you think.
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.
Refreshing slightly spiced Thai Iced Tea. ideal for this summer.
Simple, sweet and sensational aromas packed in this refreshing mix.
Most ingredients speak for themselves but the new kid on the block is Lemon Wedge from FLV, A real fruit lime that is crisp and bright with strong notes of both juice and skin.
RF-SC Baja Soda is a lemonish sparkling aroma, one of their best soda aromas.
FLV Thai Chai is a rich Thai tea flavor filled with cream, toasted coconut, and spiced tea. Thai Tea is made from strongly-brewed black tea, often spiced with ingredients such as star anise, crushed tamarind, cardamom, and occasionally others as well (often making this beverage a favorite among masala chai tea fans).
Add (more) sweet and/or cooling at your liking.
s/v 24 hours rest but perfect in 3 days, enjoy
Best after 5 days steep.
(CAP) Sugar Cookie with (INW) Biscuit, and (CAP) Simply Vanilla make up the Cookie in this recipe, (INW) Biscuit was added for the butter note and texture, (INW) Custard moistens and adds chew to the cookie. (FA) Lime Tahity (Cold Pressed), (VTA) Persian lime and (FLV) Lime Wedge were layered for the Citrus lime, (Cap) Super sweet sweetens the mix.
Hadaly RDA 0.6 ohm SS 316L (8 wraps) 3mm diameter coil, cotton candy wick, mod set at 35-40 Watts.
This is a simple profile that jumped out at me after testing TFA cherry extract. This flavor is definitely on the weaker side. I had to push it up to 5% just to get that light accent I was looking for. I could have gone higher, it
didn't get weird or anything, but I didn't want it in the front. I wanted there to be a kiss of cherry sweetness, and with sharper citrus flavors I needed it at 5%. Once I started to play with different lime layers to hit the notes I was looking for, what I found was limes by themselves can be a bit thin and hard to use as a base. This is where the JF juicy lemon comes in. This gives that lime layers something to set on, and at the same time filling out the mix with a nice juicy vibe. This isn't a sharp lemon like you'd get from something like FA Sicily. It's a sweet, juicy lemon that as a stand alone has a nice mouth feel and solid body for a citrus. At 2% I can steal those characteristics without pushing too much lemon into the recipe. And why not, a little lemon plays perfect with a sharp lime.
Now the lime combo I settled on was from FLV, and while you can get away with subbing out the lime wedge for FA lime cold pressed at 1.5% and still being tasty, the FLV lime at 0.5% is needed. It has a candied lime note that pulls that sharp lime wedge back a little bit and rounds that layer out. At 0.75% that lime wedge is a boss and demands some attention. The sweetener helps push the profile and you'll need a little, but feel free to adjust. I like mine a little sweeter so I use 1% FW.
This is super simple, but it's well balanced and hits what I was looking for. So if you want a cherry kissed juicy lime with a full body...mix this up.
You can S&V this (I do) but it's best after 2 days. It gives the sharp lime time to fall in it's place and that lemon move further back.
I'm not crazy about coolants, but feel free to drop you're preferred additive in here to really hit that profile
So yes this is an expensive bunch of flavors to obtain But they are all great flavors and are a must have must use!!!!
This is a passion fruit creme brulé. The passion fruit is on the lighter side of things. The recipe I was following only uses passion fruit juice to add a little complexity to a creamy rich treat. I created this passion fruit juice with Flavorah passion fruit and lime wedge. The lime wedge is used to brighten up the passion fruit a bit because flv passion fruit is a lighter flavor that needs a little kick.
My creme brulee:
I used an obvious combination of inawera creme brulee and custard. This combination could probably pull off the recipe alone but I personally like them with a little creaminess and sweetness. I used flavor art meringue as if it was my sugar and I used Flavorah sweet cream to add creaminess. The meringue helps the sweet cream with the creaminess as well.
Now this is delicious directly after a shake but it is slightly better after a 3 day steep. Enjoy!!! And sorry about the price. But I don't think you can put a price tag on delicious!!!! Not to mention even with the price of these ingredients your still paying less than $2 a 30 ml of mixed juice SO STOP BITCHING and mix this delicious recipe!!!