Used in 45 recipes at an average of 3.867%.
This is a Pumpkin Ale / Lager vape, with notes of cinnamon, caramel, vanilla, and tea leaf. Very light on the punkn spice, though a touch of FW or FLV Pumpkin Spice can add some extra zing. I still want to pull a bit more of a hoppy/yeasty beer note from this, but for now, this is great. Check it out.
Sweet caramel Cream custard and bold tobacco....I use 12mg nic salts for my pod system... mixing notes just to say I'm not a pro mixer but I have been around vaping and mixing close to 3 years plus. My actual interest in vaping started out in 2010 when I was buying juice from a company called Johnson's creak this reminds me of one of there flavors...
All I can say here if you love butterscotch and HS ry4 then u must try this out! I made this for my son because he asked for this profile. He normally buys commercial but he loves this one so much hes been vaping it like crazy!! He can't get enough!!!
Theres no need for sweetener in this one at all. Please remember to rate it.
If you like RY4 and bakery flavors then you'll love this sweet creamy ice cream dessert. The ry4 HS is my favorite tobacco flavor especially with the sweet creamy and lush flavors and a touch of caramel toffee. If you like a little strong tobacco it can be a snv but the flavors blend best at about a week steep.
Sweet Paan e-liquid based on Paan shisha flavor
I came up with this recipe when I noticed that there aren't any noteworthy interpretations out there which brings the Asian sub-continent's traditional chewing tobacco to an e-liquid. Original Paan is made up of mixture of herbs, spices, tobacco and sometimes dried up fruits and nuts which are wrapped over with betel leaves and consumed as whole. My interpretation is based on the shisha/hookah variant which is much more palatable.
1 drop of MTS Wizard per 15ml is optional
You CAN technically achieve similar taste without Rose, Oak Wood and RY4 (and shake and vape!) but they won't round off well to give the floral tobacco-ish notes after steeping
Clove is a personal preference and not that necessary, it gives a pungent spiciness to complement the sweetness of Anise.
After mixing let it breathe for a few hours
My take on a classic.
AP 5% gives a bit of a toasted note and boosts the RY4
FA vanilla bourbon because why not? Its a good vanilla with a lil bite
Hs RY4 because its a nice ry4
FW salted caramel is a great caramel and the salted part of it pairs up well in this mix
Cap Vanilla custard to thicken it up and meld all this together.