By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 456 recipes at an average of 0.659%.
...when you just want a swirling shitstorm of smooth butterscotch, chocolate, vanilla, coconut creme, and crushed graham crackers.
I wanted a "candy" type of butterscotch flavor, so I used FW BUTTERSCOTCH, which resembles Werther's candies. FW BUTTERSCOTCH RIPPLE makes this layer more buttery and more smooth. It's just a great and versatile flavor.
FLV COCONUT is a potent realistic flavoring that doesn't taste like suntan lotion in this mix and at this percentage. FLV Sweet Coconut did not work well here. Neither did TFA Coconut Candy.
FLV MILK CHOCOLATE. 'nuff said. There is no better chocolate that works in this particular shitstorm of a mix.
INW SHISHA VANILLA and CAP VANILLA WHIPPED CREAM add smooth vanilla and whipped fluffiness respectively. I love the hell out of Shisha Vanilla and have been using it frequently.
TFA GRAHAM CRACKER CLEAR meshes so well here with FLV Coconut that it's almost as if they were made for one another.
FLV SWEETNESS finishes the whole thing off nicely with a sweetness that will not gunk your coils. It's wonderful stuff.
I usually make this 120ml at a time. That's because I highly enjoy it as a SNV. But, I also enjoy it as it changes as time goes on. Fresh, it's more butterscotch/chocolate & graham forward. At about 9 days, the vanilla is more prominent. At 14 days the Graham and vanilla are pushed forward together. And at 21 days on, it's just a bowl of swirled chocolate, butterscotch, vanilla, coconut, and crushed graham crackers. A real shitstorm of a mixture for the sweetest sweet tooth in DIY Land!!
Recommended VG: 75%
Please don't use this recipe for commercial gain. It was shared in good faith for the benefit of our community
This recipe reminds me to a hipster homemade root beer I tried a few years ago in Bariloche, Argentina.
FLV Root Beer is the best in its kind but for my profile I needed more body and sweetness. Flavorah Cream and Butterscotch toghether create a rich caramel cream full of body and texture, and a bit of FLV Milk Chocolate adds warmness and a sutil dark note. FLV Vanilla Bean is an idea I took from @Thadentman and @Kopel and it works great to add a very natural vanilla and also boost the vanilla from other flavors.
Caramel Apple blanketed in white chocolate & peppermint sprinkles.
This version is for those wanting a bit more candy cane than the original version that is at this URL:
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What is a Christmas Apple? Imagine a crisp fresh apple blanketed with melted "sticky" caramel. If that isn't drool-inducing enough-dip that caramel apple into a pot of warmed velvety white chocolate. Finish by rolling apple gently in crushed candy canes. THIS, my friends...is a Christmas Apple!!
Health Cabin Caramel & Caramel Apple are vital to this mix. You CANNOT sub them out because frankly, there is NOTHING that compares! Health Cabin caramels, in particular, are used in many "older" popular eliquids. I would venture to say, Neckbeard's Nectar utilizes Health Cabin Caramel. That was my favorite RY4 "back in the day" and now I can vape it by making my own thanks to Health Cabin. This is one VERY underrated flavoring company.
Recommend 70% VG.
2-3 hour heat-steep, then vape away!!
If you prefer a bit more candy cane, try "Christmas Apple 2" which is also uploaded here:
As always, please don't use this recipe for commercial gain.
I've been working on a Samoan girl scout cookie forever!!! This is my latest, turned out really good.
The recipes a little coconut forward, on a shake and vape., the coconut does fade, I haven't found a coconut that doesn't yet.
Shortbread cookie base- JF biscuit, TPA butter and
FA vanillaa classic come together to create a delicious shortbread cookie.
Coconut - sweet coconut with a touch of f l v coconut to make it slightly more authentic and it helps keep the coconut from fading after steeping.
Chocolate - they've trained Devon cream and FLD milk chocolate in my opinion are the two best chocolate flavorings on the market. JF milk chocolate is a suitable substitute if you do not have FLV s offering.
Butterscotch - FLVS butterscotch does a nice job here.Toyed with the idea of adding fa caramel as a supporting flavor. didn't really feel like it was necessary in this recipe if you find the butterscotch lacking .25 fa caramel should give it more body.
Alright so let me preface with this.....it's a weird flavor that I'm probably crazy for trying to create. Again its weird and odd, but came out good enough that I thought I should share it with the world.
It's a sweet potato and brown sugar chip covered in dark chocolate.
The chip - after getting FLV Yam in my first thought after tasting was those new sweet potato and brown sugar Sun Chips, so I figured why the hell not. At 1% it seemed to be enough to get sweet potato but not overtake everything into sweet starch. It needed help so CAP Cereal 27 at 2.5% adds some grain to it, and INW Biscuit at 0.5% for a bit of crunch. Add a little TFA Brown Sugar Extra and a touch of FA Caramel and BOOM! Sweet potato and brown sugar chips.
The chocolate - I wanted a dark chocolate for my coating and HS Australian Chocolate and I have a lot of history so it was my go to, but a little FLV Milk Chocolate keeps it from going dry and chalky. I feel the tiny bit of FA Caramel helps to bridge the chip and the chocolate a bit as well.
As far as steep? Shit I can't really answer that. I mixed this up and stayed far away from it until I got ballsy enough to try it. It's had about 3 weeks and I'd say that's plenty. I'm sure you can get by with a week steep. Good luck and god speed.
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