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What a time to be alive.. where you don’t have to actually drink alcohol to enjoy a great cocktail but simply can vape one.
tl;dr this is an alcohol infused pear recipe.
My journey to create this recipe started last year when Tom Klark released a winterseries of alcoholic longfills. One of them that changed my mind on boozey vapes forever was Tom Klarks #05 Rum Orangeblossom. I couldn’t believe that the booze in this liquid made me feel warm inside and tricked me into thinking that I took a sip of a fking rum. Whoa.
Soon after I ordered all rum flavorings I could find wanting to recreate what had long become my adv at this point. The new released SSA Bakery Oranges seemed like the perfect starting point but even after countless revisions I never was satisfied with the outcome. The orange was too bright, flv heat wasn’t the warmth I needed, vta light rum didn’t bringt enough boozyness. I didn’t give up but I kicked out the orange and tried my luck with pear instead. Who doesn’t like to vape pear? The taste of a pear is like it’s actually made to be vaped. God I love pears.
What I made back then wasn’t perfect imo but it was okay. I shared that recipe called Tipsy Nashi with my friends from VAPEDIA and they seemed to like it but I was disappointed and stopped working on it for some months. (This was the recipe btw: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/share/47b8f818-86c5-4fd6-94a8-19926d7e6771 )
As soon as the new FLV flavorings arrived at my door I knew that it was time to pick it up again. Pearesto tastes like it’s made to be paired with booze. A sweet, heavy canned pear. Amazing! Also I bought VTA Russian Vodka in the meantime that adds a little bit of the boozyness I was missing from Light Rum. FA Jamaican Special gives the spiced body, Light Rum adds a slightly sweet boozey topnote. FLV Sour Apple adds some tartness that compliments the alcoholic feeling and MB Shape Up Pear simply boosts the pear flavor in all aspects.
If you need even more booze you can try to up the Vodka but it seems to mute the other flavorings and becomes medicinal at some point.
If you’re a fan of spicyness try to add 0.2% of FA Cardamom. That’s a nice little twist.
FA Jamaican can also be upped up to 1% but it’s a bit too sweet and heavy for me at that point.
This recipe is probably still not perfect but it will never be. There’s always something you can change and I decided to make it public now at version 20 or something since I really enjoy it and wanna hear your thoughts!
Developed on Vapefly Holic and Cthulhu 1928. (MTL)
This was made for mixers club originally but i think it deserves to be public because its just so smooth.
The rum is present without being too in your face and the apples are balanced well with it. FLV pumpkin spice because @wolfwheeler was right.
The Mai Tai is one of the most famous Tiki drinks in the world. Composed of rum, orange curaçao, fresh lime juice and orgeat (almond syrup), it’s dominated cocktail menu's for decades. Pineapple juice was a later improvisation, never part of the original base. According to legend, the name Mai Tai came from the first person to ever try the cocktail who shouted “Mai Tai!” which means “the best—out of this world” in Tahitian.
I made a conscious depiction, from the onset, to stick to "classic" flavours to pay homage to this classic cocktail. I admit that some of the new kids on the block (MB, VT, etc) can serve as a suitable analogue to some of these flavours but I wanted to keep it as authentic & traditional as possible.
Pineapple duo - a classic, combo of the godfathers of pineapple in INW & Cap Golden. This combo just works so well together and lays a rock solid foundation. Authentic, fresh & ripe pineapple = no more, no less...
Shisha Orange is a full, juicy, fresh orange with no artificial notes. This is a straight up orange without the excessive acidic notes (one extreme) or cloying sweetness (other extreme) present in many orange concentrates. There is a fabulous zesty back note which emphasizes the authenticity perfectly. Did I mention that it does not fade - ever!
Lime Tahity is the obvious choice, given its name!... There's not much more I can say about this phenom other than that it is a refreshing, slightly tart, fresh & authentic lime juice.
FA Almond replicates the orgeat, and in reality struggles a bit to push through the relatively strong fruit notes. It announces itself more prominently after a couple of days and sits proudly in the background. The addition of a touch of sweetener boosts the nuttiness slightly.
FA Jamaica rounds off our captivating cocktail and by adding the traditional rum forward taste profile. Feel free to drop the rum to 0.5 for a less rum prominent experience.
Sweeten to taste & enjoy!
This is our Christmas gift to you! We think this is one of the best Eggnog recipes we've attempted. It's super thick, eggy, sweet, with a touch of rum. The perfect recipe for the Holidays! If you prefer a less sweet mix, feel free to lower the sweetener, but for this type of profile, we suggest trying FLV Sweetness at 1.5% first. See the full Episode and flavor notes at https://youtu.be/uLQSNK7RTcc .
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From RUG_ly's Randomixing Ep. 004: Randaiquiri
Making recipes from randomly selected ingredients.
watch the video here https://youtu.be/2jvikanXzcQ
This is yummy. The OOO Butter Pecan** really brings out the authentic Butter Pecan taste in the Wonder Flavours Butter Pecan Pie. The Vape Train Golden Syrup is adding that dark sweetness this pie needs. FA Jamaican Rum, this flavor is a classic, a rum, that is not really boozy, but offers a nice spicy rum taste. And OOO Pie Crust, not much to say, except this adds the perfect pastry pie crust.
IYSLPC = If You STILL Like Piña Coladas
Went into this hoping to improve on my old Piña Colada recipe from June 2016, which many people seemed to enjoy. Turned out to be a tougher job than anticipated, especially in balancing the pineapple and coconut. I think I succeeded, especially if you think that cold things should be cold. I definitely succeeded in making something just as good, with fewer ingredients. Here’s a little rundown of the whats and whys and why nots:
WF Coconut Custard - This is a poorly named concentrate. I don’t get any custard from it. Just a thick, smooth heavy cream with a little built-in coconut that doesn’t taste like suntan oil. The coconut tastes halfway between the coconut in Coco Lopez and the coconut in Malibu rum, but is light and needs another coconut to not get buried, which is where a touch of FA Coconut comes in. That more natural coconut flavor boosts the coconut and pulls it more in the coconut cream direction. FA Coconut is one of the few ingredients carried over from the original recipe. Why not TFA Coconut and TFA Coconut Candy? Well, for one thing, TFA Coconut is one that few people have. They’d sub TFA Coconut Extra and ruin it with suntan oil unless they’re making a large batch or using a dilution, since the original recipe used it at only 0.5% and I think Extra is about four times more potent. And it’s unnecessary thanks to WF Coconut Custard. TFA Coconut Candy has coconut flavor similar to WF Coconut Custard and it is creamy but wasn’t creamy enough for the original recipe, so I used FA Cream Fresh in that one. FLV Cream would have been better or at least easier, but I didn’t have that at the time and kept having to create version after version to force Cream Fresh to do what I wanted it to do. WF Coconut Custard is creamy enough by itself, eliminating the need for both Coconut Candy or any additional cream flavors.
FA Jamaican Special - Another carryover from the original recipe, at the same %.. It leaves me with the impression that there was some dark but unspiced rum in there, and that’s all I needed it to do. But why not VT Light Rum, you love VT Light Rum?! Because WS-23, that’s why. I do love the authentic booziness of VT Light Rum but it just doesn’t work for me with the WS-23 - it causes a weird clash of warm and cool. If you don’t care about “cold things should be cold,” or you care more about “cocktails should be boozy AF,” this would be the one thing I’d recommend subbing here. Sub VT Light Rum for WS-23 at the same amount. That’ll get you your booze without hurting the recipe. Personally, it always bothered me that I could not get cooling to work with the original recipe. Piña Colada is supposed to be frozen, dammit. But I could not get Koolada or Polar Blast to work with it. Koolada had a cardboardy off note and they both ate into the creaminess of the coconut something fierce. By front-loading the cooling using WS-23, I could finally freeze this sucker without sacrificing my coconut cream on the altar of coolant.
INW Pineapple - The third carryover, dropped down from 5.5% to 3% to get the pineapple-coconut balance right. I looked at this one differently than before. The original recipe was eventually built around INW Pineapple, which is so thin it required support from two other pineapples to put a good amount of pineapple meat on those bones and hold up against all that coconuttiness without things getting weird. But this time INW Pineapple is the one in the backup role. I thought VT Sugarloaf Pineapple might even be able to do it alone, but it imparted a strange lemony flavor when I tried to push it hard enough to balance properly. INW Pineapple makes a clean backup to bring the pineapple forward without any BS. VT Sugarloaf is the main reason why this recipe is better than the original that I worked so hard on so long ago. I think it makes the difference between a piña colada blended with fresh island pineapple and piña colada made from canned juice. It tastes fresher and more refreshing and has a dense base that gets down into that coconut. After testing 14 other pineapples, I never even bothered trying to use any of them pineapples until I reached for INW Pineapple to back it up. Even if you don’t care to try this recipe, get this flavor. I could easily be the difference between success and failure for whatever you’re trying to do with pineapple, as long as you don’t mind a short steep to get rid of a little metallic off-note that it has off a fresh shake.
Sweetener. Unnecessary here. Add some if you must, but try it without first.
Cover art by @mlNikon!
For all the mornings you wish for a nice tobacco vape with your coffee.For all the nights you wish for a tobacco vape with your drink.
A strong tobacco mix,no creams,no nuts,a little rum and red dates to fill in the blanks,starring the the two best "for pipe" from inawera.Smokey,ashy,woodsy pipe tobacco,i hope you enjoy it!