Used in 547 recipes at an average of 1.316%.
I've been working on this recipe on and off for about 5 or 6 months and after the WF Challenge this is first my official recipe. Started down this journey after trying a salted caramel macchiato commercial brand that was so damn awful it sent me on a search. After trying a lot of other mixers recipes which I thought were to dark for my palate I started on this mix. Special shout out to Duckie and Folkart who tried to explain to me about muting, EM and to leave out the kitchen sink but this is the best version that I came up with. I like my coffee light, creamy, sweet and love the white chocolate in this. If you want to bump up the sweetness I will sometimes put .25% of Super Sweet I totally understand if you don't I'm strange I guess.
Pur Caramel Coffee with Sweet Milk still being sold at Nomz
Beginning Mixer Creed: Nothing comes out right. Why did I ever start mixing. I don't have a clue what I'm doing. Why don't I quit now. That's right because I'm always in pursuit of that one mix that I can look back on and say, yeah I did that.
My friend Algie's all-day-vape is Unruly White Chocolate Peppermint, it's expensive and the shortfill bottle won't let him the nicotine he needs. I couldn't very well let that go on, so I took some of my Fresh03 wisdom, asked the amazing MB and here we go!
Hope you enjoy, Algie, and if you need a few tweaks, don't hesitate! Everything will be available at Chefs.
Enjoy, be queer, and vape on,
C. aka Queer Your Vape
[Photo credits: Algie]
A delicious key lime cookie with a creamy white chocolate finish. Read to the bottom as there are 2 subs\versions of this recipe. Worked on this a while, if the last year+ wasn't so straight up fucked up for me and people around me this probably would've been out before last Xmas. But, shit happens and better late than never right? This is the only recipe of mine that I would highly recommend if it looks or sounds good to you: mix more than normal, you won't regret it 🤤
Steep: Vapeable overnight if you don't like Steeping, way better after 5 days, optimal at 10-14.
Lime: I like TFA key lime and was accidentally sent an extra 15ml bottle so it gave me some more wiggle room. Nachef uses it high like this in joker I believe, most use it very low. I needed to make sure it came through while not getting too harsh. Experiments with fa, both of them, VT persian (a great lime) all resulted in too much throat hit with not enough punch to get through the cookie and white chocolate cream. Adding a little bit of a potent lemon proved to be the trick imo. Was a shortlist to start and I found fe lemon and VT sour lemon to be the best.
Cookie: Who doesn't like or at least have cap sugar cookie?? It's not great on it's own unless you're going very basic or want to get into a weird muting balancing act. I think it starts to mute a bit much over 3% and that is not always a bad thing. It eats a bit of throat hit from the lime. Not much, but worked much better than trying to smooth it over with unnecessary shit.
Note: I also found out in development 2 drops of tpa smooth will TOTALLY eat a great cookie texture and flavor for breakfast. Great for throat hit reduction and actually left the lime layer in tact as well as white chocolate.
To boost it I ended up with fa if you want it unsweetened or Sweet Betsy if you have it works for a sweeter version and imo gives it a better cookie flavor. Cap crunchy frosted cookie is just a lie. Jf kept turning it into a damn pie (which is good as hell, but not my goal). I already know what inw and jf biscuits do (see: tart). Those damn lactone filled bastards with great texture, fuck off 😂.
White chocolate: You need flv white chocolate if you want to be serious about white chocolate. Great flavor. Only thing it misses is that it can be a little chalky if I'm nit picking, which I am. Really that's all I needed to "fix" with it. I ended up having to keep bumping this up, which is how I arrived where I did. In most applications I feel you can get by with about half as much, but don't be afraid to push it if needed.
VT love adds to the richness and almost firms up the white chocolate body in the same way I feel MB glamour chocolate would work if your regular chocolate recipe was too syrupy. Why fix what's not broken though? Flv at that % should be plenty thick right? Yeah. But I wasn't done fkng with it yet:
Ever since getting it I've been enamored with WF white chocolate (milky cream). It's interesting. It's a nice cream flavor that's for sure. Solo white chocolate? Ehhhh that's pushing it, but I've also never tried pushing it to breaking point. After I mixed it with another white chocolate though I see why they named it the way they did instead of just milky cream. This adds another layer, the creamy finish. Pushing it much higher in this recipe started to make other things fall apart, and low enough to just cover the chalkiness of the flv white chocolate works BUT there's also this middle ground. I also just plain love a good cream finish in my vape.
Sweetener: Totally optional but it's pretty sweet with the white chocolate and sugar cookie. I like it with the sweet Betsy cookie being used as a sweetener with purpose (see subs below) but a little ss or fw sweetener works as well.
There are 2 subs that will work in the recipe:
fe lemon and VT sour lemon, at the roughly the same % achieve the same goal. In development my partner in crime at the time preferred it with the fe, while I liked it with the VT, if subbing with VT punch it to 0.5%
FM sweet Betsy cookie at same % as the fa cookie gives a great vape, but if you don't like sweetener then you won't like it. If you do make this sub and you're sensitive to lactones becoming coconut-y I suggest not using the sweet Betsy cookie above 1.5%. if you need it commercial sweeter than that add some sucralose. Even with the muting that the sugar cookie is doing that flavor at 1.7% made it stick out to me.
I've worked on this on and off for over a year vaping a version the whole time either personally or someone very close. and there's still 2 versions. It's fucking done..
Thanks for reading and enjoy! Happy mixing 😎💨💨
You Voted, We Mixed a White Chocolate Raspberry....kinda.
What we were going for was a type of raspberry infused, white chocolate "fudge Bon Bon". What we ended up with was more of a Raspberry and Cream. Although it wasn't accurate to the profile we were going for, it was close and very delicious. The raspberry is sweet and is most definitely the top note, but by adding the VT Love DIY, it seemed to help blend the creams with the raspberry to give it a more balanced feel. If you want to get more white chocolate and less of the raspberry, you can increase the FW White Chocolate to 2.5%. This seems to be a bit more accurate to the original profile we were going after, but we enjoyed the over-all recipe as listed below. See the full Episode and flavor notes at https://youtu.be/RhcL50uOXE8.
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A nice take on a pillowy mint candy, much like what gets dished up at weddings and your grandma's house
Let's talk about the flavors shall we?
FLV Mint Candy and FW Creme de Menth are used in a 1:1 and at 1%. FLV Mint Candy is high enough to cut through every flavor and be the dominant one in the mix while the creme de menth backs up and helps to bridge the mint candy, providing that extra minty feel.
FA Custard Premium and FLV White Chocolate are what add the thickness/mouthfeel to the mix. I used FA at only 0.5% and FLV at 0.15% as I didn't want them to dominate and add that rich thick custard/dairy feel to the mix. These are only used to add body to the mix.
Lastly I picked FLV Sweetness to use as the sweetener because FW and CAP sweeteners are just too much for the mix and would overpower it. I added only 0.25% as the mix is already sweet enough stand alone because of the mint candy.
And there you have it, a nice minty style vape to vape on a summer day or just to refresh your pallet after flavor testing.
Seen the new Kellogs release and had an idea.
Rice Crunchies makes up the main cereal aspect and is a popular choice amongst many simular profiles, paired it will some acetyl pyrazine so as not to loose the grain/ cereal too much.
Love & Strawberry milk make up the flavoured cereal and milk aspect with the meringue bringing in some extra sweetness to the milk and premium add a layer of subtle richness for the white chocolate notes.
I havent done any tests for this recipe really kind of just mixed what i thought would work then let it sit over night and started vaping it, so if anyone has some suggestions let me know but so far this isnt bad at all and does taste like what it supposed to be. Will get better after a steep i should imagine but let me know your thoughts 😄
A thick, rich coconut custard with a boozy bourbon edge.
I used to hate coconut, but after I started vaping it I've become a bit obsessed! I've made a lot of coconutty recipes and I think has to be one of my favourites. Bourbon and coconut is such a delicious combination. I'd put bourbon and/or coconut in everything if I could!
Custard: with this being an all FLV mix the obvious choice was Vanilla Pudding. Cream adds creaminess and mouthfeel. A little Coconut adds a ton of richness. White Chocolate works really well in this mix. It seems to be acting as a kind of bridge between the coconut and custard. I tried consolidating the number of flavours in the custard layer, but it just wasn't as good.
FLV Bourbon has a nice touch of booziness and darkens the whole mix. It works really nicely with Sweet Coconut.
Best after 14 days.
Tested on Hadaly, 0.6 ohms
This is a soft cookie because I like those better. Deal with it.
FLV Cookie for the soft cookie/cookie dough flavor and FLV Pound Cake for some density and a little extra “oven baked” flavor.
FLV Cranberry because that’s what I had.
FLV White Chocolate and then FLV Marshmallow Vanilla to soften/“bake” that white chocolate note.
FLV Crunch Cereal for a little texture, baby.
Add a little FLV Sweetness if that’s your thing. I do.
My personal recipe for a rich vanilla RY1 .... My all time favorite custards include (WF) vanilla Runyan and (FA) premium I added Flavorah Turkish to the mix for spicy woodsy notes and toped it off with white chocolate and biscuit for added mouthfeel and texture super delicious give it a mix and tell me what you think...