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(INW) Shisha Vanilla


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Okay. For someone who constantly vapes a variation of (usually) vanilla custard it's about time I released one. Also my girlfriend keeps telling me to just release it already 😂 It rich af. It's a little different than what you're used to, but it blends just right imo. I love this base of inw Custard and fa Custard Premium. Expect to see it more. This recipe is also forever in progress in my mind (numbers\ingredients won't change in this version though). While this is very rich, I enjoy taking custard much higher than this. Just a light mix :)

Instead of just throwing in NY cheesecake I dig the ooo custard cheesecake. It lacks in the custard dept a bit but also it has little crust as well. Perfect fit here. Want this to add a little more creaminess & body. Tpa butter(see subs) adds to the overall richness without making it too oily.

Custards: Dual custards? Oh yeah. The fa is just crazy rich, a nice light vanilla, & all around my favorite custard to date. Only have 40 to try in the next 2 months, but my money is still saying this will be the best. Inw is another fantastic quick steeping flavor. It certainly has it's shortcomings in the body dept, but we'll fix those mostly with the premium. Yes, if you like custards & live in the US it's worth buying it from overseas & paying shipping for Custard Premium!

Vanilla: What happens when you combine the darkness with the light....Cap French vanilla sits nice in custards & with a touch of shisha should provide all the boost I needed to cover up any real cheesiness of the cheesecake, which is just there for creamy vanilla body.

Cake? I like it better than throwing some cap sugar cookie into the mix in this situation. Hint of vanilla. Doesn't come out as cakey at all. This is one you can bump up considerably before you get that yellow cake taste to come through the wall of DAAP we've constructed. (FW yellow cake contains sugars which can be harmful) Can be subbed with jf at same %

Sweetener: I like a little sweetener in my custards. This provides both sweeteners in one bottle. Although they are much weaker than their direct counterparts. It provides the very slight sugary mouth sensation of sucralose with the EM that just sits so well in most custards providing that body sweetness. I know .75% might seem like a lot, but it feels (to me anyway) like the equivalent of less than .15% cap ss.

Steep: I like this after 3 days, haven't tried it off the shake but I'm not the boss of you. Recommend to give it a week, gets better with age. Definitely an adv of mine.

Enjoy 😎💨💨
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Subs: Cap Golden Butter instead of tpa butter, some like tpa & hate cap while some are the opposite. Maybe cap butter cream is the middle ground 🤷‍♂️
JF Yellow Cake for the FW conveys the same message. But I would've used it had I felt it was the tastier option....
Cap ny cheesecake is what I wanted to avoid, but it can be used. If subbing cheesecake you'll need to compensate with added vanilla.

A+B

A light & smooth tobacco kissed with vanilla & caramel.

This is a deceptively simple analogue killer, designed to provide a tobacco sub to new converts & veterans alike.

SM A+ Blend is a superbly blended, medium bodied blend of familiar tobaccos which most ex smokers will be able to relate to. This is the perfect transitional tobacco vape = "light, smooth, slightly sweet & nutty" and sure to satisfy any bacco lover. The first drag reminds one of the full aromas which fills the nostrils upon opening a new pack of analogues = fresh, sweet and slightly nutty tobacco...

HS Caramel toffee adds a splendid sweet and creamy caramel without distraction & enhances the innate natural sweetness of the tobacco blend.
A touch of Shisha Vanilla completes our masterpiece by masterfully doing what it does best = provide the best possible vanilla flavor...

Give this baby 7 days to reach its potential and enjoy!

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Reddit link: https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/czwu7u/white_chocolate_caramel_mocha/

I love coffee. I drink coffee almost every single morning. In my pre-DIY days, good coffee juice did not exist, only hot garbage. I desperately wanted to fill that void.

I wanted to make an absolutely delicious coffee vape, so I went with a staple favorite of mine: White Chocolate Caramel Mocha. Used to be my go-to frap before I realized Starbucks was trash.

VT Devon Cream works very well here as a cream with it's milk chocolate undertones.

FLV Rich Cinnamon isn't noticeable here as a cinnamon, but adds a tinge of spicy sweetness to the caramel. Only one drop per 30ml required, this stuff is very potent.

FW Salted Caramel really turns this into a White Chocolate Salted Caramel Mocha but that is way too many words for my taste. This really is an excellent and underused caramel flavor. What's better than caramel, if not salted caramel?

INW Shisha Vanilla simultaneously aids the Devon Cream and the White Chocolates in their duties.

FW Sweetener, my go-to sweetener. 5% Sucralose, easy to work with without complicating flavor like CAP Super Sweet.

FA Tiramisu is the star of the show, here. Why this is labeled "FA Booster (tiramisu)" on ATF is beyond me because it's sold and labeled as FA Tiramisu on BCF and on the bottle. It's just straight delicious, dessert-like coffee, and it works perfectly for this profile.

FLV White Chocolate and FW White Chocolate is the tried-and-true white chocolate duo and the fact that TFA White Chocolate still exists makes me sick. This pair hits the top and mid-range notes for WC and nothing else comes close aside from LB White Chocolate Peppermint, but that wouldn't work for the profile.

Steep time's normally 14 days for coffee mixes, but with such little coffee, I really only found that a 7 day steep was necessary if only for the white chocolate. Even on just 1 day of steep, it's quite good, but the WC does need time to deliver.

Personally I'm in love but I'd love to hear your thoughts. Enjoy!

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.

I have finally done it. I started DIY 5 years ago and have been trying and trying to create the perfect cookie dough ice cream.

Here it is!!

I have to thank, and give an honourable mention to ID10T for his superb recipe Longing. This gave me the perfect Vanilla Ice Cream. Honeysuckle really does work its magic in this recipe.
Also Wayne Walker, for his more recent attempt of a cookie dough, utilising Flavorah Cookie.

I use TPA VBIC, FA Cream Fresh and TPA Honeysuckle to create a fine ice cream base.
Then with FLV Cookie, FLV Cookie Dough, VT Devon Cream, INW Shisha Vanilla and FW Hazelnut I create a fantastic cookie dough base.

I tried the recipe with just Ethyl Maltol but it lacked the sweetness you get in the cookie dough ice cream.
I then tried it with just Super Sweet, but some bakery notes were lost.
With a small combination of the two, the perfect balance was found.

Do try and give the recipe a good 5 days for all the flavours to combine together and settle.

If you do mix it up, let me know your thoughts below :)

I've been chasing this profile since I was in Scotland and got a taste of the real deal. This is close, it's missing a little bit of the cake and some meltiness. The quest continues.

This recipe took me a while to nail down, but I finally achieved what I was going for! A delicious brown sugar and cinnamon sugar cookie.

Version 1:
5% CAP Sugar Cookie, 1.5% TFA Vanilla Swirl, .5% TFA Brown Sugar, and .1% FLV Rich Cinnamon.
I wanted to start very basic with this recipe in order to figure out what worked without much help and what, if anything, needed to be added, removed or modified. Alltheflavors (I’m so punny) we’re there, but definitely needed some adjustments. Too strong on the Cinnamon and not enough of the brown sugar.

Version 2:
5% CAP Sugar Cookie, 1.75% TFA Vanilla Swirl, .75% TFA Brown Sugar, .08% FLV Rich Cinnamon
I kept CAP Sugar Cookie at 5% because it was the one thing that already came through perfectly. I increased TFA Vanilla Swirl and Brown Sugar by .25% each and lowered FLV Rich Cinnamon by .2%. This was definitely a step in the right direction but the vanilla still was not really working. It felt kind of muddled at this point.

Versions 3 & 4:
5% CAP Sugar Cookie, 1% INW Shisha Vanilla, .75% TFA Brown Sugar, .08% FLV Rich Cinnamon, .3% CAP Golden Butter
I combined versions 3 and 4 because the only thing that changed between them was the addition of CAP Golden Butter. I completely swapped out the vanilla because Vanilla Swirl just was not working for this mix (blasphemy, I know). I wanted the vanilla to be light and creamy, so INW Shisha Vanilla worked perfectly here. I’m a big fan of extra soft cookies so I decided to add a little bit of CAP Golden Butter and ended up loving what it did for the mix. Added the perfect extra body to the sugar cookie.

I recommend about a week to allow everything to settle and come together, but it is not bad off the shake.

Version 2 of my Serendipity custard. I omitted TPA vanilla custard and replaced it with FA custard premium. Omitted TPA vanilla swirl and replaced it with shisha vanilla by INW. Golden butter has been increased by half a percent, hazelnut by FW remains the same and the marshmallow and whipped cream stick around for the smoothness and full mouth feel. I added super sweet to make for a rich and decadent approach to a custard.

This new version has left me enamored more-so than the original. The original is tasty, but this one tends to keep me coming back for more far more often. It’s rich, creamy, smooth and delicious. Enjoy!

Profile: Yoghurt Drink with Matcha

Notes:

I'm a giant fan of Lime Drink (http://alltheflavors.com/recipes/151335#lime_drink_by_maxsavage) made by @AlfredPudding and @SavageMax so much, so it inspired me to make this.
Compared to their original recipe, I adjusted the numbers for the VT Yoghurt Drink a little, to not overpower the FLV Eisai tea too much.

The idea of adding FLV Eisai to the original recipe came to me the day I first tried Eisai. I found it fitting so well, that I had to try and see if my nose was onto something good here.
The FLV Eisai tea adds a nice earthy Matcha flavor to the mix, that I find go super well with the remaining ingredients in this.

I fiddled around with the lime a little, tried a few different ones that I felt would perhaps go well with the Eisai, and I landed on VT Persian lime, as I find it to be a perfect mixture of sweet and zesty for the Eisai.

To add a finishing touch, I added a little vanilla into it, as I in the past have experienced with adding vanilla to the Lime Drink recipe and where I have tried a few, everywhere from FA Vanilla Bourbon, CAP French Vanilla, CAP Vanilla Custard, CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream, FLV Vanilla Pudding. But I finally settled on INW Shisha Vanilla, as I find it to give that nice vanilla top note that doesn't bully around so much.

I have tried to not stray too far off of the original recipe, but I think this what I have here is pretty enjoyable.

Give it 2 days steep for it all to blend in nicely, but works fine as SNV.

Enjoy!

Inspired on (stolen indeed) @mlNikon scream with the straws a bit hi and a substitution of inw shisha strawberry by tpa strawberry .
Added a little malted milk and fa cream fresh to help the fw hazelnut with the malt part instead of increaing the hazelnut flavor and pushing the dairy cream note. The rest stays the same because there is no need to change the perfection of the slow deicide recipe.
Great job Emily.
Thanks for share your work.
Here’s @mlNikon recipe: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/105311#slow_deicide_by_mlnikon
Hope you like it.

Flavor Notes

By: CheebaSteeba Score: 90 / 100 Solo: 3.0% Mix: 1.0% Steep: 3 days Difficulty: 35 / 100

One of my favorite vanillas, simply because of how versatile it is, especially when used with creams. This is a very creamy, light vanilla with a nice sweetness about it. When I say light I don't mean light in flavor, but light in profile, as opposed to dark. You definitely get some nice vanilla, but it's not quite as dark of a vanilla as say FA Bourbon Vanilla or McCormick's Vanilla Extract (lul). This flavoring adds some decent creamy body, smoothness, and a touch of vanilla sweetness to a mix. IDK about you but that's exactly the kind of thing I want to bring to a cream party.


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