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I used Waynes Yeo Layer as a foundation for this.I just tweaked the Sweet Rice percentage a bit and added the Coconut Candy to add a subtile note.IMO the coconut and the rest of the recipe are balanced quite well.It's a shame that the Sweet Rice gives me a quite harsh throat hit but maybe that's just for the better because otherwise i would vape through gallons of this stuff in no time :) I'm sure you could add your favourite cinnamon flavour to add even more depth but i personally like it how it is.This is shake & vape approved
This is my take on a Coconut Horchata. I paired CAP Horchata with TFA Horchata Smooth. Together they build a nice body, creaminess and foundation. Considering Horchata already has a hint of cinnamon, I'm only adding 2.5% of FW Cinnamon Roll. I also didn't want cinnamon to stand out too much in the recipe. For the Coconut I'm using TFA Coconut Candy. By far this is my favorite of all the other coconut flavors. It really stands out. My go to milk base is always VT Milk Base. IMO it's the most authentic milk flavor. I've tried the recipe as a shake n vape and it's quite good but I would give it 3 days so all the creaminess can settle in. Try it and give me your feedback..... Enjoy!!
Trying to get a Almond Joy kind of feel even if I don't have an almond concentrate at the moment 🤞🤞
Day 1 steep: Wow!!! Holy hell! Just like thick chocolate and burnt sugar to the point that I thought I was vaping a gritty dank pipe tobacco! Seriously, unless you're after that sort of flavor don't do it LoL! Oof.....
Day 4: So, after trying to power through what was in the RDA from the day 1 steep I realized that the horrible taste i was getting was from left over juice from a previous recipe. I tried a few times over the last couple days and it was still bad at first, but now with all the old liquid gone and a few days steep it's been pretty nice. If you're looking for a nice milk chocolate it's on point right now. I still want to see if that coconut comes out a bit more with subsequent steeping, but like I said it's good now 👍
A full stiff tobacco forward RY4, penetrating between delicious, sweet, juicy, voluptuous.....coconuts.....bringing a thick, heavy, sweet, well earned custard cream to finish. #DEVELOPED #TPACHALLENGE #winner @s2k on ELR
Licorice and Coconut is a great combination. Coconut and Blackcurrant is a great combination. Throw all three together and you get one of the best flavor profiles I've done so far. Already vaped through 200 ml of this goodness. Let's get into the nitty-gritty:
FA Black Touch - In my opinion the only good Licorice on the market, especially for a real, non-candy Licorice flavor. 3% might sound like a high percentage at first glance, but cut the dosage and it loses a lot of its presence in the mix.
INW Blackcurrant & CAP Black Currant: Inaweras take on the flavor is by far my favorite. It's not too sweet and has the right amount of sourness. Capellas Blackcurrant helps to give the profile even more fruitiness.
CAP Coconut & TPA Coconut Candy: I've tinkered with these a lot in the first batches. 2% for both turned out to be the exact sweet spot I was looking for. Capellas Coconut is needed to give the right Coconut texture, TPAs Coconut Candy bolsters it nicely and gives the mix much needed sweetness. A positive side effect of TPA Coconut Candy is that we don't need any sweeteners in this recipe.
I like to add 1% WS-23 (10% dilution in PG). You can decrease the amount or leave it out completely, you call.
Steep time is AT LEAST 7 days. No SNV!
Hope you enjoy and have a nice vape!