By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 3078 recipes at an average of 0.636%.
I wanted to make a tropical and floral sweet green tea and I think the combination of guanabana, mango and rose essence is just right to bring the floral/tropical vibe that I wanted. The green tea is a little bit overpowering if you SnV , but if you allowed 36 to 48 hours for the flavors to blend together you will get a nice vape....hope you like it as much as I do! Sweetener is a must for this recipe in my opinion, I used flv sweetness but you can sub for your sweetener of choice. Enjoy!
Made for The Flavorah mixing with 2020 vision Challenge - Bevarges at the diy down under Facebook group
A refreshing sparkling champagne with Blood orange and rose petals.
MOSCATO: This one is one of my all time favorit flavorings. It’s so damn delicious, and the perfect base for a champagne type vape. At 0.3% it sits just right with bright white grape flavor.
BLOOD ORANGE AND PEACH. Blood orange was the obvious choice. It’s a bold, crisp and realistic blood orange and pairs excellent with moscato... and the rest of the ingredients of course. Peach is here to add some more body to the orange.
PINK GUAVA. Is another perfect pair. A perfect pair with Blood orange, and it also adds that characteristic pink guava taste.
CITRUS SODA AND WS23 I added citrus soda to bright up the whole mix and it also helps with a bit of FIZZ in hand with the ws23.
And the final touch is a touch of rose petals which in this case is Rose essens. It adds a nice florallike flavor to the whole mix.
SWEETENES is imo not optional. For this to be a tasty all day Vape, it needs some sweetness.
I really, really enjoy this one. It has been my all day vape for a couple of days now, and i never have a all day vape!😊
Another looper remix, but with an unorthodox route.
As a base I was thinking of using VTA LMP as a main lemon note but then that wouldn’t be a looper remix would it?
So I used what’s notoriously known to be in a looper recipe and that’s TFA fruit circles, everybody knows to expect lemon pledge from this concentrate so I don’t want any whinging and whining 😂 after a week or two it calms down enough to not be perceived as old lady potpourri.
The orange note comes from the carrot cake which also has a walnut note but with it only being the slightest touch it does nothing but help the cereal side of things and the cream cheese icing gives a richness to the milk. Moving on, my memory fails me to wether there was any sort of “berry crunch” aspect to the original juice in question but with only citrus being featured it seemed a bit one dimensional so DV berry crush was used to add that extra dimension I was looking for, I tried a few different berry concentrates including WF berry cobbler which was excellent as far as the berries were concerned but having to take it to such a level where the berries came through I was introducing too much AP so I tried FA forest mix and VTA forest fruits but finally settled on DV berry crush as it seemed to work with the cereal a bit better. The FLV milk adds just a touch of malt that I was looking for. Puff cereal is a good base but only low as it contains quite a bit of AP, FA cookie gives the cereal a sort of “cooked/oven baked” tinge that I was looking for, The cream puff helps both sides out, the cereal side and adds a touch of butyric for that full fat milk taste, the Devon cream thickens it and adds a velvety touch. All in all it’s a different take on a classic and I’d love you to try it 😁
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Coming at you with another tobacco tainted wizardly mix, this is a butterfinger as if it Has been penetrated with a faint tobacco edge :)
Thanks to Phil hailes for sending me a big pack of butterfingers to get this done :)
Everything is self explanatory when considering we’re recreating a real life chocolate/candy bar, I feel the only concentrate in there that needs the explanation is the cereal 27... this adds crunch but that’s not the only reason... if you watch “gourmet makes” hosted by the channel “Bon apetit” on YouTube then you’ll have seen that they added cornflakes, also, butterfingers have a real salty vibe due to what I think is the peanut butter, so I have used CCW salted caramel to reach that profile.
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I had this very cocktail one night out on the town and it was delicious, fuck knows whether it was actually called a “Tom Cruise” however I like the name and feel it’s fitting especially when referring to Toms “Cocktail” days. Please mix up,rate and leave your feedback for all to see. Happy mixing guys 💙
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My entry for DIY Downunder "Flavorah Mixing With 2020 Vision Challenge"
So I went all in on this one. I really wanted to push my self this time, and the was to make something delicious with flv Brie cheese.
I searched the internet for desserts with Brie cheese, and I fell over this video with a lady making a puff pastry baked Brie with pear that’s looked very tasty.
So I went with it.
BRIE CHEESE: so I wanted the Brie to be notable but still vapable, and 0.7% may seem high for most people and it is a pretty scary flavoring, but it also got something to it that really isn’t that scary when paired with the right ingredients. At 0.7% it’s there. You can definitely taste it. It brings a touch of that musk that it has, but also I nice velvety mouthfeel.
WF CROISSANT, ACETYL PYRAZINE: This is my puff pastry. Croissant is the perfect base for this part , and backed up with some AP for some texture.
PEAR, APPLE FILLING: This is the pear filling that lays on top of the Brie cheese just before you wrap it I puff pastry. The pear is a perfect ripe pear, and the apple filling adds some cinnamon spice, adds a cooked feel to the pear and provides some texture to the pear 🍐.
VANILLA PUDDING, VANILLA BEAN: the pudding i used to add a slight creamy feel, and the vanilla bean to enhance the vanilla flavor in the vanilla pudding. Adding vanilla, tricks our mind to think, that what we are vaping something sweeter than it really is, and are making the Brie cheese taste, become a dessert type flavor that we can enjoy.
SWEETNESS: Where absolutely necessary to make it enjoyable. Cause even though the vanilla is there, the vanilla also needs some actual sugar to make this work.
That’s it. Give this baby a 5 day steep, and lean back and enjoy a PUFF PASTRY BAKED BRIE AND PEAR