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(FA) Bourbon (vanilla Bourbon)


By: FlavourArt (FA) - Buy Direct
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Used in 777 recipes at an average of 1.225%.

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62 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


Took this great cola base from alfredpudding and layered some Mango into it. Upped the WS-23 (30%) as I like cold vapes. After one or two tweaks, here it is. It's actually quite nice. Turned out better than I thought. Enjoy :)

This came about from 2 things: My love of Charlie Noble's Pistachio RY4 , and my newfound love for Fear's Cardinal
Charlie Noble Pistschio RY4 was my first ADV. I loved it. When I started mixing I was stoked to find DiYorDie had a somewhat close clone of it. His one shot was my first foray into mixing. So this profile holds a special place for me.
Fast forward a couple years and I haven't messed with tobacco's much for some time now. Then do to popular reviews I finally pick up holy holy RY4 and some Flavorah Tobaccos , and try Cardinal. Blown away. Freaking delicious.
So now comes this, not quite a straight up Pistachio Cardinal, and not quite PRY4 with holy holy ry4 subbed. More of an inspired by both greats situation.

I started with just TPA Pistachio but then I found WF Pistachio Cream pairs really nicely with TPA while giving it a bit more of a sweet, slightly creamy vibe so I added that.
I've been wanting a way to use Vanilla Bourbon but it just doesnt fit in most applications but here it pairs nicely with the tobacco and nutty notes
As far as the tobacco, I love the way that Red Burley pairs with and adds more to the tobacco notes of the holy grail ry4
Lastly , I added hazelnut. It helps a tiny bit with the nuttiness but mostly it just adds a nice subtle sweetness to the mix.

Attention!!! Do not use FA Honey at 1%. We used a 10% dilution of FA honey at 1%. See video below for more info.

This is a collaborative creation by DEVELOPED: Skiddlz, AlfredPudding, Max Savage, Graham, and folkart.
This is a gelato-style avocado ice cream with honey and hints of coconut. Full Development Notes on DEVELOPED Ep. 3 https://youtu.be/c1WkS0i1LXc
Our weekly episodes will be released at 6:00pm EST every Tuesday, and catch our live shows every Saturday at 6pm EST https://www.youtube.com/c/developedDIY

This is a Maple Bourbon Custard

For the Maple Bourbon I used some FA Maple Syrup, RF Bourbon Cream & FA Vanilla Bourbon.

For the custard I layered/threw together a bunch of different creams. The main ones are the INW Custard & OOO Vanilla Custard Cheesecake. The OOO Creme Brulee is used for some toasted sweetness & I added a drop of FA Torrone to thicken the cream up some more.

PLEASE RATE & REVIEW IF YOU MIX

This was made for @freshepies Christmas spectacular, st Jude fund raiser . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67XZ2K8XyKk

A Very merry Tobacco. This is a Tobacco that rings with something Festive!
My selected Xmas Flavor here was TPA Black Cherry, bringing in a dark mysterious little something in the profile.

I mixed this up and initially tested it on a Dripper, it was quite sweet for me but might work for some on a RDA. I personally find this is Rocking in a MTL tank

I started vaping it from about Day 5 but this really comes together great the longer it goes

Enjoy!

Made live on FRESH03 ST JUDE CHARITY STREAM. The bananas need three days or so to come together. As well the graham cracker will back down in a few days as well

**UPDATE. GREAT BANANA PUDDING AFTER 2 MONTH STEEP***

This might not be the best or even great, but this is how I like my PB & Nanur Miskshake :-)
I have tried a few and normally find the BP to be a bit over powering on the inhale for my taste, So if you like you PB on the lighter side, then give this one a try!!

TPA Dx Peanut Butter Was the one I chose here because.... honestly its what I had available... and it worked

For the Banana I chose TPA Banana Cream for obvious reasons, Its Awesome!! and layers in some more sweet creaminess into the mix.

The rest is basically what I would call my Milkshake base, I don't really like Graham Cracker in my Milkshake as most popular recipes do, because it tends to do what too much PB does for me too (Becomes overwhelming)

Sweetner, Can be left out if you like the dull and boring things in life.

Well, I don’t drink the stuff anymore but some mornings when ya feel like staying curled up in bed, nothing Vapes like a good ol’ Boozy Coffee!

A local orchard sells hot cider and pumpkin cinnamon doughnuts. They are such a fantastic combo that a pumpkin spiced cider seemed like a no brainer. Needs a couple days of steeping to calm the cinnamon down.

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For October's Mixers' Club prompt, I was tasked with revisiting my biggest failure of a recipe and making it work. When I first started mixing, I wanted to create a cola recipe without using any cola flavorings. From what I had gathered they were all pretty lackluster, and I wanted to solve a problem many people were facing. It was a tremendous error in judgement, and I wanted to abandon it completely. If Concrete River didn't make this eloquent challenge, and ID10-T didn't make his decision to conquer his fear, I wouldn't have accomplished a major goal and brought this to life.

Normally I would put a lot of development notes here, and explain why I made the decisions that ended up in the recipe, but I'm not going to do that with this one. I want you to mix it up if you're interested in an awesome cola recipe, and know that I put a lot of effort into it. Another part of the prompt was to explain what I'm doing differently now, which I think could benefit many people. The first major difference in my mixing was brought about by Jennifer Jarvis. I knew early on that she utilized smell quite a bit, but I didn't understand how important it was. I stopped making recipes with percentages and suggestions, and just started following my nose like Toucan Sam. I would try to elaborate, but I wouldn't do it justice. Just go find Jennifer Jarvis and she'll give you some amazing pointers.

Another major difference in my style is the application of vast amounts of information I have gathered. There are so many incredible resources on YouTube, Reddit, and Discord that have made my experience truly awesome. People that are willing to answer any question you can conjure, give suggestions on ways to make an idea work, and provide inspiration for creative new recipes. I'm very thankful for all of them, and I look forward to coming up with countless things for everyone to try.

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