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(FA) Apple Pie


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111 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


Caramel Apple Pie Tobacco (Capt.) blend with a touch of cream and bourbon to round things out.

The apple pie consists of CAP Fuji Apple, FA Apple Pie, JF Dulce de Leche, and FLV Rich Cinnamon (one drop per 10mL).

The tobacco blend is an all FLV mix . . . Red Burley, Virginia Tobacco, and Kentucky Blend.

Added a touch of FLV Cream and FLV Bourbon to act as a bridge between the apple pie and tobaccos. The slight suggestion of booze from the bourbon has this flavor profile leaning towards an apple pie moonshine. Got me to thinking about fall weather sitting around a campfire sipping moonshine from a jar (Mason).

Off the SNV this is a great mix . . . will update after a steep and, possibly, slightly bringing the caramel and bourbon notes a little more forward in the mix. As of now, I'm enjoying this immensely!

Yes . . . those percentages are a bit high (understatement) . . . but I'll be damned if this isn't one fine apple tobacco vape. After a short 7 day steep, this is truly magnificent! Dropped JF Dulce de Leche for FA Caramel and threw some FLV Cured into the mix.. I also doubled the percentage of FLV Bourbon. This is the juice I reach for when I get home to wind down from a hectic day (e.g. 26 4th graders in an inclusion classroom). I mix this 60vg/40pg and load it into a solid MTL tank (EVL Reaper). Definitely a recipe I will return to when this 30 runs out.

Caramel Apple Pie Tobacco (Capt.) blend with a touch of cream and bourbon to round things out.

The apple pie consists of CAP Fuji Apple, FA Apple Pie, JF Dulce de Leche, and FLV Rich Cinnamon (one drop per 10mL).

The tobacco blend is an all FLV mix . . . Red Burley, Virginia Tobacco, and Kentucky Blend.

Added a touch of FLV Cream and FLV Bourbon to act as a bridge between the apple pie and tobaccos. The slight suggestion of booze from the bourbon has this flavor profile leaning towards an apple pie moonshine. Got me to thinking about fall weather sitting around a campfire sipping moonshine from a jar (Mason).

Off the SNV this is a great mix . . . will update after a steep and, possibly, slightly bringing the caramel and bourbon notes a little more forward in the mix. As of now, I'm enjoying this immensely!

A fantastic bouquet of flavors , An orange pudding with meringue cream Has an Irish Cream to give a drink power to the creme and the orange
A surprise sure is this recipe

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Yes this has lots of flavors! Yes this has expensive flavors! But guess what it is damn good. If you want a delicious blueberry pie then look no further.

Fresh Baked Blueberry pie filling:
Blueberry muffin by Flavorah is the main link its a perfect cooked blueberry but it is a weaker of Flavorah flavors. That's why I had to go up to 3.5% with it and it still needed some extra blueberry love. So I used 2.5% of flavor west blueberry and 1% capella blueberry. I know it seems like a lot but its really not. Then I added 1.5% of lemon Sicily to brighten up the blueberries.

The Pie Crust:
Apple pie by flavor art at 2% adds a good pie crust without adding any apple flavor. I then used .75% of Flavorah cookie which is one of there more expensive flavors but for this pie crust it was the best match I tried flavor art cookie and it was good but not as good the Flavorah cookie gave it more of a cooked pie crust with a crispy edge if that makes any sense. I added .50% brown sugar and butter by tfa and .10% of Flavorah rich cinnamon to add that buttery cinnamon sugary goodness!! Rich cinnamon is expensive but if you don't have it you should have it because its the best cinnamon flavor and a 15ml bottle may last you 10 years if you keep it in a refrigerator lol. The cupcake batter is more of an additive it helps the pie crust out and I think it also helps bind all the parts of this recipe together. I used 1% shisha vanilla because it works great in bakery flavor's and it just works.

Sweetener:
I used .25% Flavorah sweetness because in my opinion its just a really good clean strong sweetener!!! But you can use whatever your favorite sweetener is and or no sweetener at all. The use of sweetener is a personal choice through and through.

Steep Time:
This may vary person to person for me its perfect after an overnight rest but it definitely will get better and better with time. It seems like a lot of flavors but its really two parts the crust and the filling. The number of flavors just helps layer these two main parts into a delicious Blueberry Pie!!!! Mix up a bigger batch you won't be disappointed!!! Or at least I hope not lol....

This profile all started a while back when a friend mine asked me to make him an Apple pie with Ice cream e juice. I thought it sounded pretty simple so I threw some stuff together, it turned out ok and he loved it but I knew it could be better, a lot better. So I played around with it (made it not better) Then I got back on track. I tried some things that I should have thought about in the beginning and I thought dam this is good but I know it can be better still. So I let Joe aka RAGEISALOTOFWORK try it and he really liked it. I told him I think it still needs work. So he vaped a 30ml and hit me with a couple of changes that took it over the top. I now believe that this recipe couldn't be any better. It nails the perfect balance of pie crust to pie filling and the cream sits right to the side like I wanted. I really know that if you dig this profile, you will definitely love this recipe. Mix it on up and let me know what you think. Thanks KRUCIAL (this recipe is also interesting when you compare it to the original /Apple Pie Allah also available on ATF\ you can see the development of a recipe profile, see what changes were made and ascertain why)

My Remix/Clone of Liquid State Apple Butter, a juice I've long loved, whose sweetener content left my coils just like my heart-black and rotten. I wanted a similar taste, without all that damned sweetener, and I believe I was able to achieve it. I post very few of my recipes, but I ask you to please try & rate, as it helps us all!

CAP Graham Cracker/TPA Graham Cracker (clear)/FA Apple Pie - This is not so much a crunchy crust, as utilization of the spice notes to construct a contrast to the sweetness of the fruit. It gives the flavor that multidemensional layering that is the key to keeping a vape interesting, for my tastes at least. Don't mind the high % of CAP GC, it just works here.

JF Fuji/TFA Pear/FA Liquid Amber - Nothing to special here besides the JF Fuji. FA fuji never sat well with me, and I would usually mix it 50/50 with CAP Double Apple when pursuing this profile. JF Fuji is much more balanced and moist. Liquid Amber is obvious, just for the cooked/carmelization of the fruits. The Pear brings the sweetness and rounds off the Apple, as well as acting as a bridge with...

CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream- An amazing ingredient, one that is a must in any fruit/cream hybrid, used here for it's ability to bring a light vanilla flavor, but not muddy the recipe with too much cream.

DF Clove- I'm putting this in many of my fruit recipes as of late, but it's at home with apple. Again, it provides a counterbalance to the sweetness, helping with the aforementioned multidimensionality. (ok not sure if that's a word but fuck it I'm on my tablet, in the bathtub, after another accidental Ambien @2am)

I sincerely hope you enjoy this!

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"YALT" Yet Another Lemon Tart! This is my second version of Lemon Tart Cracked! I found that the first version did not steep as well using the tpa lemon/lime and fa lemon sicily. It had a very strong lemon/lime zest to it making it bitter and harsh. This version still has a bit of a throat hit on the first few hits but smoothes out after a bit. And a few days steep it gets even better. I believe fe lemon is the correct lemon to use for this mix as it doesn't have a lot of the zest.
Inhale you get a slight zest from the lemon and on the exhale a nice tart and creamy lemon with a crisp "graham cracker-like" crust without having to use graham cracker. The fa apple pie and cap cereal 27 does this nicely. The tpa greek yogurt adds a very slight tanginess that sits well with the fa meringue, and who doesn't love meringue. Just a touch of sweetener to liven it up a little and you have a great adv for the hot weather to come.
You can also add .5% tpa vanilla bean gelato to add a eggy note to the recipe if you're looking to get a bit more of a custard flavor, but I prefer it without the VBG.
Good as a shake and vape but only gets better with a few days steep. Please comment, mix, and or rate, it makes us all better mixers.
PS I have a pg sensitivity so all my recipes are maxvg. I haven't tried this with adding pg, so if anyone mixes this with adding pg please let me know your thoughts. Enjoy :)

Apple Pie; Macdonald style.
The gooey filling really shines.
FA Fuji is like a very hard apple flavour to me, and I wanted a soft pie filling so it is used as a booster rather than a main note here. Which it does beautifully.
FA Pear is used to add a bit more softness and sweetness to the filling.
FA Apple Pie gives both a touch of Apple as well as the base for the crust.
FA Zeppola is the essential component that gives the crust that 'fried' note.
FA CustApple is again giving more soft, baked Apple notes and helps to bring all the components together.
FA Caramel is used for the sweetness it lends to both filling and crust.
CAP Cinnamon Danish is also on double duty. The pastry notes aid the crust, and that soft cinnamon permeates the filling without overpowering it.

So there you have it! A nearly FA exclusive recipe, CAP CDS is such a great flavour though, there was no way I could leave it out of this one!
I found it enjoyable after a day steep, but as usual it benefits from a few days to really settle in.
Can add a little sweetener if that's your thing; I like it with and without it, pretty sweet on its own. Enjoy!

Blueberry custard pie this is a work in progress i hope every one enjoys it feed back is welcome

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This is one recipe that I always keep a 120 in stock. A creamy, thick raspberry cheesecake! My favorite cheesecake recipe to date! I love the way LA cream cheese icing blends into the Cap NY cheesecake and it's something I've been adding to a lot of my cheesecake recipes. It really makes the ny cheesecake stand out against the raspberry combo. I use INW Raspberry and TFA Raspberry sweet together in a lot of my raspberry recipes, and the apple pie to make the raspberrys pop and add some depth to the overall cheesecake crust. FLV cream is now my favorite cream to use, so I went with this instead of Cap VC. You can add the sweetener of your choice, but I think it's sweet enough as it is.

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