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I started out trying to create a peppermint patty based off another users recipe and then wound up with this. It reminds me of hot chocolate with a candy cane in it. I tried it as a shake and vape after an hour steep on the counter and it is delicious, after 24 hour steep even better. Warning it is a coil gunker so use on a RDA, I don't recommend as a sub ohm daily vape. This is a work in progress, so the recipe may change.
I mixed this on a whim for a friend who loves cool cinnaminty vapes. Its surprisingly addictive. The mix of peppermints creates a nice minty base and cinnamon red hots blends it all together. You can use Arctic winter, polar blast, WS-23 or Koolada as the cooling agent, adjust the percentage accordingly. I opted to use two to get the perfect cooling effect without overpowering everything else. Hope you enjoy as much as she does!
5 Pawns Bowden's Mate has been an ADV for me for a very long time. When I started DIYing, one of my goals was to create an interpretation worthy of the real thing. I tried every clone recipe out there I could find - none came even close. More than 6 months and 20 versions later, the one below ticks all the boxes for me - a really simple recipe compared to some of the others tried.
The Peppermint, Menthol and Koolada percentages below are as close to the real juice as one can get imo, but feel free to play around with these to suit your personal taste.
The original recipe used INW Milk Chocolate, which has since been reformulated. Feel free to use INW Milk Chocolate if you have the original formulation. Otherwise, use JF Milk Chocolate, which fill those boots perfectly and more.
A 4 week steep is optimal.
Just cool sweet mouthful of vanilla and peppermint. Inspired by u/JohnLaCuenta's recipe here: www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/6ei80w/z/diog65o