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This is my long time ADV......
Being a coffee drinker, In the past I’ve tried just about every Commercial coffee vape, cappuccino, latte, Catch Ya Latte, Oh Latte etc. and never found the perfect one for Me.
So glad I can now mix my own the way I like it, Hope you enjoy it also!
The coffee syrup ingredients for “Rhode Island Coffee Milk” drink is a closely guarded secret recipe, so this ejuice recipe was a challenge to get that “coffee + high-fructose corn syrup” taste, using caramels did not work. The Milk and Honey (FLV) ended up being the key to success here.
I mix this one in LARGE batches and rock it in the Voltrove 30mm V2 RTA, 0.10 build @90 Watts 😋
Good after an overnight steep, obviously changes with a good steep. But I love it everywhere in between 🤙
As always adjust sweetener to your liking ( Super Sweet @0.32% is my second choice when craving sweet 👌)
OOO Cream (MU), FA cream fresh along with TPA Vanilla Swirl and CAP cake batter makes up the creamy milkshake taste and texture. After many attempts at getting the banana right, l settled on a trio, VT Banana custard (it's a cream NOT a custard) pairs well with TPA Banana Cream, I added just a touch of MB Soft Banana because I just love the extra it brings. I'm very happy with how it turned out, I find it difficult to put down. Works straight off the shake but really comes into it's own after a couple of days.
This is just a simple recipe that brings me back to the chai my grandmother used to make every day. It's really straight forward and works well. Chai in India is generally bitter, sweet, spicy and warm. I honestly think the recipe is self explanatory. I wanted more ginger out of the FLV Chai spice so I added more. This is good as a SnV, but better after 3-4 days as the astringency tones down a bit.
I’m not going for authentic, I’m going for tasty... and this is pretty dang tasty. I vape a lot of cereals and I’m almost never “finished” with something. This is finished.. finally.
Biscuit, c27, Cinnamon Crunch, Cinnamon Sugar- This is the cereal base, doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see what’s going on here. The biscuit may seem high, but it works.
Cream (milky), Cream Fresh, Ice Cream Vanilla- Pretty good dairy notes in here while still maintaining an overall sweetness, this base works pretty well with any cereals tbh.
Meringue- I never use Meringue this high, especially to just add sweetness, but that baked crisp note that comes from it when used this high works pretty well with everything else.
All in all, it’s just sort of one of those situations where all the flavors just play so well with each other and create something that’s just... complete. I’m sure you could tone down everything in this recipe and end up with something good but it’s really freaking good like this. Cereally, try it.