(FLV) Mocha


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Yes this is an extended version of Developed's Morning Mocha with a boost to the chocolate notes using VTA Dark Chocolate, and a splash of SSA Raspberry Syrup and VT Red Soft Candy (Raspberry Gummy). Then I felt that the original did not have enough of a coffee presence so I added a bit of VTA Cafe Latte to help bring out more coffee notes.

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I could do an entire show are RY4s. There a so so so many different things you can do with them. I actually kind of accidently stumbled into this one. I didn't actually intend to create an RY4 when I first started developing this recipe. But, here we are. WF Vanilla Ruyan Custard is, well, it's really good. Every time I use this flavor a get something new, something different, something that wasn't there before. It's a custard tobacco. I get a lot of cream from it, very little egg and a very mild cured tobacco. I think it's a great flavor for people who like the idea of tobacco flavored juice but haven't liked many tobaccos they've tried. It's tobacco for tobacco, haters. LOL!

For the cookie part, WF Sugar Cookie, is really good, it's not super buttery, which is great because it doesn't melt into the cream but really sits next to it and remains clearly separated. You know we're absolutely adding flv caramel to our cookies because you can't make sookies without brown sugar. Last I thought our cookie needed a little chocolate.

Sweeten to Taste.

Watch the Video here:

https://youtu.be/b5IRQfvb39g

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If this is the first time you’re looking at one of my recipes thank you so much for checking me out. These recipes are geared towards mixers who are just starting out making their own eliquid. All of the flavors in this recipe are from a limited list of 26 ingredients. Check out my YouTube channel for lots more recipes!

The Runaway: A Tactile RY4 is just the most textural dark brown sugar RY4 that I've (probably) ever made. The idea behind this one was to create something that I tons and tons of contrast. That sharp, dark, even smoky brown sugar up against creamy creamy goodness.

I started this RY4 with FA Soho at 4%. Soho is a really pleasant tobacco, it's very mild and slightly smoky. It has some really pleasant bakery notes that are almost crispy, kind of like baker's sugar. SOHO good. To darken it up a bit (as if that was needed) I added a combo of FLV Caramel and FLV mocha. Caramel is a really good (the best) brown sugar note and FLV mocha a dry chocolate that blends into the tobacco and the cream note.

Bridging the gap between brown sugar and cream, we have WF Butterscotch Cream Pie, It's creamy in texture and has some really dark dark butterscotch notes. To compliment the creamy butterscotch I added just 0.5% fa hazelnut. It's nutty and very very creamy and that little bit does tons for the texture of the BSCP.

Sweeten to taste.

Watch the Video Here:

https://youtu.be/iD-Ls7Z4DXg

If this is the first time you’re looking at one of my recipes thank you so much for checking me out. These recipes are geared towards mixers who are just starting out making their own eliquid. All of the flavors in this recipe are from a limited list of 26 ingredients. Check out my YouTube channel for lots more recipes!

Double Down is a rich, bold and creamy coffee with notes of chocolate.

We're going to start this one of with smoky, roasty, delicious WF Brazilian Coffee at 1.5%. No woody off notes or nasty charcoal after taste just smooth coffee. To give it that BOLD flavor I expect from a mocha 2% FA Soho. This mocha absolutely needs some chocolate notes. Look no further than FLV mocha. It's a really nice dry dairy chocolate that tastes, to me, a lot like nesquik. We just need to give this recipe a little cream. FA Hazelnut is very good at making coffee creamy and a little FLV sweet coconut goes a loooong way in this recipe.

Sweeten to Taste

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https://youtu.be/v1x7LIk-vn8

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SO Tiramisu. Its cake, its coffee, its creamy and it's super hard to mix.

The cake note is coming from 3% of FW Yellow Cake. It's just so good and I don't really think you can beat it. I added a little CAP Glazed Donut in here for texture. That fluff just really makes a good thing that much better.

For the cream note I decided to go with NY Cheesecake at 2% and boost that creaminess with just 0.25% FLV Sweet Coconut. NY Cheesecake is great but be careful, that stuff blooms into some might stronk funk.

The coffee note is easy WF Brazilian Coffee and FA Hazelnut a pair that were made to go together. Nutty, creamy and smooth. That fluffy sweet cake soaks up all that dark coffee and its just fully saturated even at just 0.5%.

For that delicious bitter coco powder topping 1.5% FLV Mocha is perfect. Dry Dark Chocolate notes at the very top of the profile leave you wanting to dig deeper into that bowl.

Sweeten to Taste (I had the most success with FLV Sweetness.)

Watch the Video here:

https://youtu.be/J4HdBYhPoZw

You Voted, We Mixed a S'mores.

This is probably one of the toughest profiles to tackle. It seems simple; Graham Cracker, Marshmallow, and Chocolate....right? Well, to get all of those notes balanced is the trick. Did we succeed? We think we came close. It is balanced, you do get all three layers, but is it finished? Probably not. But we do think it's tasty and worth giving it a try. See the full Episode and flavor notes at https://youtu.be/ZgiD-Ybi7m0 .

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Crafted

This is a lighter tobacco mix with some coffee and a little bit of a dark chocolate floatin around in there. It's a recipe I've wanted to make for a long time, and was for some reason much more successful being limited to just one flavor company. I initially mixed this for a MTL setup, but I know most people mainly use a dripper or higher wattage device, so that's how I developed the profile. I also included the MTL version at the bottom of the description in case that's the way you vape. I personally get a Off The Record Raw Power kind of vibe from this, which I wasn't going for but turned out to be very similar. This one definitely has to steep for about 3 days to let biscotti calm down a little bit. That guy is big mad.

FLV Biscotti: The coffee.

FLV Tatanka: One of my favorite tobaccos from flavorah to use in dessert mixes. It has a light tobacco with a good amount of caramel, its the closest tobacco to an ry4 from them imo.

FLV Red Burley: Just threw some of this in there to boost the tobacco a bit. It also helps out the chocolate/coffee aspect too.

FLV Mocha: Used to boost the coffee/chocolate and add a cream to the mix. The cream more so shows up in a MTL setup.

FLV Smoked Butterscotch: Just to add a bit of butt scotch. When I originally mixed this it wasn't included, but when I tried this in a dripper I felt like it needed it.

FLV Sweetness: My favorite sweetener to use with dessert tobacco mixes now thanks to Developed. It sweetens everything else up without touching the tobacco.

If you wanted some more of a nutty tobacco in here, swap red burley for FLV Oriental Tobacco at the same %, that stuffs delicious. You could also boost the tobaccos as much as you want and the coffee/chocolate will still stay pretty present. I also noticed in the first couple of versions that more sweetener would bring out more chocolate as opposed to coffee.

MTL Version:
Biscotti same percentage
Tatanka same percentage
Mocha @ 1%
Sweetness same percentage
Red Burley bumped up to 1.5, unless you want a light tobacco
Take out smoked butterscotch, as it muddles the profile in MTL. It doesn't normally do that imo, but in this recipe I noticed it.

A huge thanks to Developed and Flavorah for hosting this awesome challenge!

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With Fall in the air, we wanted to kick off the season with a rich Mocha. This recipe has it all without some of the off notes you might get with coffees or chocolates. It's a rich, creamy vanilla, coffee, with hints of chocolate and caramel. See the full Episode and flavor notes at https://youtu.be/vb3PVBj8l3I .

This is a collaborative creation by DEVELOPED: NaChef, Max Savage, and Folkart.
Our weekly episodes are released at 6:00pm EST every other Tuesday, and catch our live shows every Thursday at 6pm EST.

Check out our website at https://www.DevelopedDIY.com - We now have Merch!
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Legacy

So This my take on a all Flavorah tobacco mix.

Butterscotch, Tatanka, Cavendish and smoked Butterscotch: This is my ry4 Tobacco base. Tatanka has a nice Dark and nutty Tobacco note, butterscotch has a Dark buttery caramel and the smoked butterscotch gives it a touch of smoke which i wanted in this mix.

Rainer Cherry, Cavendish: This i my kinda top note of my Tobacco. Rainer cherry is a very candy cherry flavor, and not a cherry i would recommend, but in Tobaccos it just shines through he whole mix. It’s comes through as a soft and Bright cherry which blends lovelely with the ry4 base. The Cavendish Creates the bridge between the the ry4 and adds a touch of floral cherry to the Tobacco.

Smooth Vanilla: 0,5% is HIGH. Dont go there, but in this mix, it is perfect. I wanted the floral note from the smooth vanilla and the vanilla and i get both at this %.

Mocha, Sweetness: Adds a Deep Rich chocolate note and a slight sweetness which keeps the mix for being TOO dry.

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You Voted, and We Mixed a Tiramisu! This recipe has been a much sought after profile for many years. Up to now, it has been a bit difficult to create this luscious dessert. But with so many new "coffee" flavorings it is now possible thanks to FLV, WF, and VT. Full recipe notes at https://youtu.be/UBf1ANIZByY .

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Legacy

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