Used in 486 recipes at an average of 0.835%.
This is my adaptation of Smooth Morning Kick (by Lars on ELR). I use FA Cappuccino instead of the Tiramisu and add TPA Meringue to give a little more sweet creaminess to the mix. This needs a good 7 days steep to really blend the flavors but it's one of the best coffee juices I've had. Fantastic in the morning but great as an ADV as well.
I never found a coffee / tobacco recipe I liked. They all were just a mess, either not enough coffee or not enough tobacco or just off in general. I found Connecticut Shade and knew it had to be the one. This is good S&V, gets even better after a couple weeks, but I'll say 10 days would be fine.
This is a really interesting flavor to me. A slightly spiced, wet, and earthy tobacco, with a little cacao and bourbon. There is also some coffee here, and it meshes perfectly with dark bean. It's a little top heavy, but other stuff helps with that.
Red Burley / Kentucky Blend:
A perfect combo to give a little more tobacco, round out the Shade, and dry things out a bit.
Not much to say. I started with this at .4, but it seemed to fade into / blend into the Shade too much, so I bumped it up. Nice bit of coffee without that awful burned popcorn.
This is the bridge between the Shade and everything else. Shade can really take over a mix, and is hard to get into the middle. Bourbon does this really well, and adds a little warmth and bourbon for you boozehounds putting liquor in your coffee.
I like this stuff as an accent. Hell I even like it more as a main note. Here it adds just a little to the shades spices, and makes the bourbon not so bourbon-y. I know a lot of people don't like it, leave it out if you want, but it's quite nice here.
Coffee and doughnuts any cop would blow off calls for lol.
SAP was OMG yum moment. Then I added custard and it became an OMFG moment. Then it needed a week for the OMFG to come back.
The VC just made every flavor pop. Each is recognizable while being a perfect blend. Used Erythritol instead of Super Sweet to save my coils. If you use super sweet I’d go at least half the amount or less depending on how sweet you like your vapes.
Its been preferred by my household on our Alien 220 mods at 40 to 50 Watts.
Hope you’ll try it and let me know what you think.
Chocolat-orange cake with a dark rich cake and a luxurious hint of orange.
Chocolat deutsch: A delicious Dark rich chocolat cake with coconut.
Chocolate, cocoa, dark bean: Allthough the coconut isn't anoying in the chocolat deutsch, the recipe doesn't call for it. By layering the dry cocopowder like cocoa and the smoother almost milky chocolate along with a bit of the bitter notes of the coffee i'm attempting to sway the balance away from the coconut a bit.
Graham cracker clear and golden butter: Cause every cake needs some of that.
Hazelnut: Well take your pick of wonderfull properties. Nutty, creamy, moisturing, ...
Blood orange and lemon zest: I got the Blood orange flavor hoping for a great orange to use in a orange creamsicle but for some reason, none of the oranges that i've tried tend to work for me there. I always get a orange syrup like flavor so I thought i might have better luck using it for what it is. The lemon zest is to up the zesty part this recipe calls for.
Sweetness: well it is a sweet profile so... Wreck your coils and wicks with super sweet if you want. This is what I use (or a homebrew blend of stevia in glycerin and sucralose that is kinda the same)
Dispite the dark flavor profile, this juice is clean and pure and will keep your gear wicking and vaping long time.
There is an old type of ice cream called "Αρμενοβίλ". Is made mostly of frosted meringue , ice cream and almonds. Is topped with chocolate and toasted almonds. It has very chewy texture. Sometimes , these semifrosted candies are embeded to a cap of hot espresso coffee (Semifreddo al caffe) . That's my try to achieve something similar.
I’ve been trying to make an exquisite coffee recipe. I nailed it this time… at least for my taste!
This is a creamy custard vape, with a vanilla accent where a strong Italian espresso shines.
It makes a great ADV, both MTL and DTL, but it is just perfect to drip when you get home, seat on the couch with your feet up and drink a cup of coffee.
For me, a custard is Cap Vanilla Custard. 6% is the right spot in this recipe. The Cap French Vanilla is there to enhance the vanilla accent. As a matter of fact, Vanilla Custard and French Vanilla are perfect friends.
I love that Dulce de Leche and Butterscotch special sweetness. They work together very well.
I used Cap Butter Cream and Cap Vanilla Whipped Cream to give the extra creaminess to the vape, as they help to extend the taste in your mouth. TPA Graham Cracker Clear gives some texture.
I tried a few different coffees and Fa Espresso was the chosen one. It gives you that Italian strong espresso taste. It’s a strong flavor, at 1% it was too strong for me, so I went with 0,75%. I just wished it wasn’t so sweet.
I tried a few different flavors to make a twist on the recipe. FA Hazelnut was the elected one. Believe me, at 0,5%, it makes a magic spell.
The recipe’s intrinsic sweetness is more than enough for me, but feel free to add some Cap Super Sweet or try some Fa Marshmallow.
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