(FLV) Yakima Hops


By: Flavorah (FLV) - Buy Direct

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Have a Drink on Me! Have yourself a beer on tap! What can I say, it tastes like beer, shake and vape, maybe add a little WS23 or be creative with this "Beer Base" and create some sort of Beer flavor. CHEERS! ...Enjoy!

This is my take on a Guinness Nitro Cold Brew. A thick creamy Guinness styled beer with notes of caramel coffee and chocolate. The original actually has a burnt coffee taste with light caramel and mocha. With the beer notes coming in after. I wanted to use a good creamy coffee flavor with more caramel and mocha. And a full beer flavor coming though on the exhale.
For the Beer I'm using HS Beer with FLV Yakima Hops. To add the caramel and coffee note I used PUR Caramel Coffee W/Sweet Milk because it is nice and creamy. Along with VT Caramel Mocha and VT Devon Cream for the extra caramel and creamy chocolate mocha notes. To enhance, sweeten and darken the caramel and beer flavors I'm using WF Molasses and FLV Sweetness. Then for the finishing touch VT Coffee Milk Froth because when it steeps it becomes really silky smooth and airy and gives the effect of being nitro brewed and gives thr effect of a nice frothy head on the beer.🍻 Cheers!!!

In summer, a mix of Wheat Beer and Grapefruit is a great refreshment for me.

First, I want to thank @MaxSavage for inspiring me with his "All Day" and "All Day 2.0" recipes!
The basic direction I felt already very suitable, however, I had the feeling, there can be created something that tastes even better.

Meanwhile, I am very happy with it and eager to hear more opinions about my recipe!

Ingredients

  • FLV Citrus Soda: Refreshing with citrus notes
  • INW Grapefruit / FLV Pink Guava: Combined Grapefruit
  • FLV Guanabana: Creaminess and juiciness with tropical fruit and citrus notes.
  • VT Milkshake Base: Malty note
  • FLV Wheat: Wheat note
  • FLV Yakima Hops: Tart hops

Subs

  • INW Grapefruit I used is labeled as INW Natural Grapefruit, I think both are the same
  • 0.8 - 1.0% SSA Grapefruit is a good sub for INW Grapefruit, but I like it more with INW Grapefruit
  • Instead using INW Grapefruit you also could up FLV Pink Guava to 1.0%, but the Grapefruit taste changes

Additional Notes

  • If you like it cold, feel free to add some WS-23
  • Already SNV good to vape, best after 3 days

Links

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A good "Beer Base" with the addition of a slightly sour "Blood Orange". Aroma explodes with Hops and does not stop! Hops in the beginning, middle and end. Hopped as much as a double IPA but perfectly balanced with a touch of wheat. Say no to the bland beer of the past and welcome the future of flavor!

Lively, spirited, and complex, Misty Mountain Hops IPA is the latest crafted beer and a labor of love. Slightly Sour, sassy, and unpredictable — but then again, nothing worth doing comes easy. Light in body with a lush Blood Orange note and a crisp finish. Brewed with Lemongrass, Blood Orange and My IPA/Beer Base of Yakima Hops, Beer FA and Wheat! ...Enjoy!!

Milkshake IPA with Passionfruit.

Born from an idea that @isuamadog had entirely too late one night. I let my mind run wild. This is one of those fancy Milkshake IPAs that your cool cousin drinks. Not because he thinks he’s better than you, but because he KNOWS he’s better than you.

FLV Yakima Hops because.
FLV Lemongrass because that's what a Colorado brewer named Wesley would do.
VT Yellow Passion for a syrupy version of the fruit.
FA Milk because lactose
WF Vanilla Cream Extra because lactose and this recipe doesn't work if it isn't sweet.
WF Passionfruit for the bright and tart version of the fruit.
FLV Pink Guava to support the hops.

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Milkshake IPA with Kiwi.

Born from an idea that @isuamadog had entirely too late one night. I let my mind run wild. This is one of those fancy Milkshake IPAs that your cool cousin drinks. Not because he thinks he’s better than you, but because he KNOWS he’s better than you.

Most of it is self explanatory.

FLV Yakima Hops for hops.
FLV Pink Guava for hops support and to give the kiwi a tartness.
FW/FA Kiwi to fill the "real and artificial flavors".
FA Milk for the real dairy.
WF Vanilla Cream Extra for a light, sweeter vanilla cream.

Today we bring you an all Flavorah recipe, and when we're talking about Flavorah, how can we not mention their tobaccos? These have short steep times and are very pleasant to vape on from day one.

Alright, here's what we wanted to tackle for this recipe: we wanted to play around with the idea of having a soft and consistent gradient between the different shades of the leaves, starting with caramel darkness transitioning all the way into a bright citric green. Without further ado, let's get to the notes of this complex yet light recipe.

FLV Cavendish
This is a dark tobacco and it has a sort of caramel-like texture, it's an amazing flavor. It sits at the base of our mix and it delivers the darker shades of our gradient.

FLV Oriental Tobacco
This is our yellow shade of tobacco, contributing to a little beat of dryness and mildly ashy, sitting right in the middle of our gradient.

FLV Yakima Hops, FLV Tangerine
The Yakima fit very well into the initial idea, it has that greenness that we wanted while also being a bit citric, pairing really well with the Tangerine which is the top note of the mix. This combo delivers an incredible aroma of bergamot leaves!

FLV Ginger
The choice of this flavor might be odd when you first see in the recipe but it is primordial and it actually fills in all the missing colors to make our gradient as smooth as we wanted. It has that darker flavor while also contributing with the brighter notes of the mix, it also delightfully sweetens our tobaccos!

This is a collaborative creation by Le DIY BR & Madmixer
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• TASTE
Full-bodied wheat-driven, malty taste with a soft fruity sweetness from the blood orange, balanced by a slightly yeasty taste.

• APPEARANCE
Yellow ‘clear’ liquid.

• MOUTH FEELING
Fresh, slightly acidic and thick mouthfeel

• FRAGRANCE
Citrus and orange, fruity with an undertone of yeast

YAKIMA HOPS, WHEAT AND FRIED DOUGH:
- This is my beer base. I pushed the wheat as far as I could to get the whole wheat experience and paired with fried dough, which to me is pure beer and Yakima hops I get a full bodied wheat beer with the very notable yeasty flavor.

BLOOD ORANGE, PINK GUAVA:
- This is my blood orange top note. 1.75% Blood orange was just the right amount to let you taste the blood orange on the inhale but still makes room for the beer to come out. The Pink guava gives some body and depth to the orange.

CITRUS SODA
- This is kinda a addictive in this mix. It works as the “sour”. It helps sale the blood orange as a actual blood orange infused into the beer and if gives the kinda feeling of carbonation.

On a fresh drip you get a lot of blood orange and while vaping it, it becomes more beer than orange. So if you like the orange flavor more, drip less but often 🙂

I am very pleased with how this turned out, and it really showcases how much I love to work with Flavorah flavorings. I hope to see some more beer building flavorings from them soon 🤞😊😉

Tested on a Hadaly, fused Clapton 0.95 and 35-40 watts.

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This is weird, but its reeeeally good. Even off the shake.

Very citrusy, hoppy in the back with some earthy tones to round things off??

It's... like drinking an IPA after smoking a cigarette....or something like that

Please anyone let me know how this is haha

No sweetener. Tbh it's actually pretty sweet.

Vape this low. Im using a hadaly with a .35 at 50w. All nuance plays....in my Unity RTA at 75w i get citrus and lose a lot of the nuances.

Inspired by a live comment on a diyordie video by max savage.

Flavor Notes

By: CheebaSteeba Score: 80 / 100 Solo: 3.0% Mix: 2.0% Steep: 5 days Difficulty: 85 / 100

Tested at 3%
Nice hops flavor. Earthy, somewhat dry (but that calms down with steep it seems), has floraly/citrusy notes about it. Provides an interesting body to the vape, considering it's bright and light. I can see this working itself in to a lot of different types of vapes, especially with florals, earthy notes, citrus. Overall I enjoy the vape it gives. With the body it gives this works great as a base flavor. I could see using it to accent other ingredients as well.


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