(FA) Carmel (caramel)


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In my lifetime there hasn't been a confectionery product that has had a huge market hype such as this. As usual, I got on the hype train late lol. After devouring 2 blocks of this stuff I can confirm the hype is warranted. The delicious balance of white chocolate & caramel sweetness is highly addictive. I knew I had to try and simulate this in the best way I know how in an eLiquid.
After many versions I have concluded that to make an eLiquid that truly replicates the real thing would become very sickly sweet and somewhat throaty as the flavour dominates our olfactory rather than only the palette. Sure I got very very close but to achieve a pleasant all day vape is more important to me.
This is why I have called this recipe "CARAMILKed".
I have milked the base flavours from this overall profile with a lower saturation of sweetness that while it replicates the profile well, it is more like an essence of the original flavor profile that is as delicious but very smooth to vape. Make no mistake, this is delicious & balanced!

The Caramel:
The caramel part of this recipe is a cross between a commercial sweet caramel and a caramel based on condensed milk.
This is why I used the combination of FA Caramel, FA Butterscotch & Purilum Condensed Milk here. It took some balancing though.

The White Chocolate:
The chocolate part of this recipe took some work to balance as well. Flavorah White Chocolate has notes that can't be mistaken here and works really well when smoothed with VTA Vanilla Buttercream Frosting.

The Sweetness:
The Flavorah Frosting is a real hero here. It brings an edge of sweetness, body of texture, as well as a vanilla that compliments the caramel beautifully.
The cap super sweet is used a little high here at 1% but it's worth it to truly get that balance of sweetness right.

Off the shake this is sweet, delicious and definitely reminiscent of the real thing. After 5 days steep its even smoother and better.
As the flavours linger after several puffs, I warn you, you will crave for more!
In summary this recipe has milked the essence of the original to provide the smoothest, delectable and delightful experience as an all day vape in an eLiquid.

Enjoy!

I enjoy this at 55W on a Single 0.25 ohm SST coil on a Recurve RDA.

I hope you enjoy this just as much as I enjoyed creating this recipe, but let me know what you thought in the comments below.

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A slightly complicated yet deliciously simple recipe. One of my favorites

Irish Cappuccino with the amazing Irish cream and layers of vanilla and dark rum with layer of Dulce de leche

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I've been making my own juice for about six months now and with all the great recipes out there and my own admitted laziness I just never spent all that much time making my own recipes for juices. Tried some 1-2-3 recipes and a lot of them were okay, but it always just made more sense to head on over to popular and make something that I knew would be good. My girlfriend however has been hounding me for a caramel apple vape juice for awhile now and I thought it would be nice to try and make something for her.

I've made enough of other people's recipes to have a pretty basic understanding of some flavors. I went off of that mostly and my own nose. I wanted the apples to have a little bit of a spice note and for that thought cinnamon apple danish would be a good choice. I started out with it at 2%, but the cinnamon was too prevalent and I wanted it as more of a background note so I dropped the percentage down a bit. At 1% it's noticeable, but doesn't overpower anything else in the mix.

Of all the apples, I prefer double apple. Just taste juicy and delicious and is more of a non discriminate apple flavoring. Fuji is my jam too, so I chose that just to add some extra crisp juiciness to the apple profile.

I'm not a huge fan of FA caramel, but I thought I could push it a bit and add some FLV cream to offset some of the offnotes of it while adding a dash of nice creaminess to it as well. I added Ry4 double to help with the caramel notes as well. I think it has more of a traditional caramel flavor and that, with the caramel and the cream are my nice caramel coating.

Off the shake I'm really surprised and happy with it. It fucking taste like a caramel apple. The cream does a good job of adding some depth and mouthfeel to the flavor which makes the experience more authentic. If you mix this up I hope you enjoy it. This is my first recipe and after this, I think I'll try and make some more. it's kinda fun.

Cheers !

A new mocha profile i am working on. As always any input is greatly appreciated.

This is a recipe I've been developing for a friend of mine who still dual uses and I'm trying to get them out of that habit. She loves her coffee black and she's been all up in those flavor roasted coffees. She likes the black cherry in her French roast.

WF Brazilian Coffee/FA Carmel/FA Bourbon = That's your black coffee. I really like WF Brazilian Coffee, even though I don't like coffee in general. It's an authentic flavoring and definitely the best coffee on the market right now. Fresh gave me the advice to add a little FA Carmel for that rich coffee liquid darkness profile and to use a darker vanilla flavoring to spice it up, hence FA Vanilla Bourbon.

WF Blackcherry Jelly Bean/FA Cherryl = That authentic, fleshy black cherry profile that will marry my black bourbon vanilla coffee base.

OOO Marshmallow Vanilla = At 1% you're not getting a lot of vanilla or marshmallow flavor, however, you're getting the best mouthfeel you can find for something like this.

I hope it works out and she likes it, but also I think this gives people the idea to try vaping and mixing flavor profiles that are strong and a little different from what we're used to.

Enjoy, be queer & vape on!

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Profile: A nutty biscuit

Notes:

For the biscuit part, my obvious go-to biscuit is here JF Biscuit. I decided that over INW Biscuit, as I find INW Biscuit to be just a tad too dry for what I wanted to achieve here.
To add a little pow-wow to the biscuit, I paired it up against a slight touch of AP, which helps the biscuit to feel a little bit more crunchy.

For the nuts, I went for my go-to FA Hazel Grove as I really enjoy the nuttiness it brings to the table and the slight taste of praline really works well in a nutty bakery type. I added in some WF Butter Pecan Pie to do a little dance with the hazelnut and it brings a warming creamy element to the mix along with some buttery and creamy notes, that goes really well with the biscuit.

Lastly, a finishing dash of FLV Cream and FA Carmel to add a further round touch, some rich mouthfeel and to help the warming touch.

Let it steep for a minimum of 2 weeks to get this recipe to reach its full potential.

Enjoy!

A lovely rich ,full and satisfying vape that is balanced and true to profile.
Inawera Cola has the most honest cola beverage notes of flavour that I can get out of any cola concentrate I have used and I have used 10 different ones. I have found that a little support of vanilla & caramel really assists though to give it a bit more body.
As an experiment I thought to add a little Flavorah Root Beer to see how it would contrast with that cola base of flavour. It was an amazing result! At 1.5% it brought this recipe some extra depth with a little rich sarsaparilla like flavor through the middle and also helped a lot with the overall mouthfeel.
The VT Creaming Soda complements this profile with a lovely vanilla creamy like body. With everything going on here there was only one thing to do and that was to put the cherry on top.
Molinberry Red Cherry is the perfect Cherry concentrate for this profile IMO. I started it at 2% but it was run over by everything else. Stepping it up to 4% is just perfect, it blends and is solid with absolutely no bad notes. This entire recipe is great off the shake but settles really well after 3 days. Although a lovely, full & rich recipe, this is easily an enjoyable all day vape.

Give it a go and let me know what you thought of this!

There are no subs here, but don't let that hold you back from experimenting and trying other ways and let me know how that went, "Together, Let's Discover"

Enjoy!

I tested on a Wotofo Recurve RDA 0.2ohm SST coils at 60w

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I just grabbed a handful of flavors that I've observed from all the recipes that have worked well together, mixed em up and forgot about it for a while. When I went back to see how bad it was, I was pleasantly suprised at how good it was. It's a nice bold but blended butterscotch. It's not artificially bright at all, as it leans towards the dark side of the spectrum. Just enough natural sweetness at the end to keep ya drippin'. I didn't add any sweetener but to each his own. The longer she steeps the better but I liked it off the shake.

**If you mix it, I encourage you to leave a review. Besides having a bunch of recipes to try out, the feedback and sense of community is what makes this site great. You don't gotta write a book, but any suggestions or critiques are welcome.

Just a simple RY4 Recipe. Something I made for myself, its pretty good, thought I'd share it here.

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