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This stuff is super weird ... and a little bit addictive. Sweet, salty, spicy, sour ... and it annihilates vaper's tongue. Shock your palette and get flavors working right again. Pretty cheap, too.

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(TPA) Graham Cracker Clear


By: The Flavor Apprentice (TPA)
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Flavor Profile: bakery dessert

Used in 2362 recipes at an average of 2.022%.

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126 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


Bananas are boring, strawberries are sweet, cinnamon is spicy. You're a tough sale, but that's okay! How do you like... Them apples?

Toasted Redux #3. Pulled that cinnamon, threw in some apple, and adjusted the base. Upped Cereal 27 to compete with the crispness of Fuji. Dropped Meringue and Cream Fresh a touch because the apple sticks to them and they were taking over. Makes for a nice dry cereal and tart apple cream vape. Notes for everything but apple are over on Toasted.

Flavor Notes:

FA Fuji is my guy. I needed a crisp apple to drop right next to the cereal, and there's nothing better than ol' faithful. At 2% it doesn't totally take over, but it begins to command the recipe. Fuji's tasty. I know it, you know it, we all know it. Boom.

This is good off the shake, but after 5 days it starts to become whole. Fuji will recess a bit and the creams will settle.

Happy mixing. 👽

This is totally based on the article "Some Ry4's for You" by Wayne (Enyawreklaw). In said article he has the percentages listed for his "constant" with Ry4's and then descriptions of each Ry4 and it's percentage and so forth.

I've only just started playing with tobaccos and specifically TFA Ry4 double (of course) and I'm hooked, my next flavor order is laden with varieties of tobaccos so expect more tobacco based recipes.

As I said this is just a percentage tweak, after mixing up the "constant" with 5% Ry4 double it's an exquisitely smooth and warm and just moist enough while still being just dry enough to give an incredible pipe tobacco flavor with some real smokiness in there.

However I am obviously in love with butterscotch ripple so I switched it at 3% with the Ry4 at 5%, creating something entirely new and slightly sensual.

The name is tongue in cheek but I find it to be super accurate. This is a luscious, velvety smooth, butterscotchin', caramelin', definitely nutty, maybe slightly earthy/dirty, dusted with spices, desert "tobacco." I'll call it that, at least for now.

I'm honestly a shake and vapin' fool, I just can't ever wait to taste, but this has an awesome flavor immediately that only comes together more and more as time goes on. I really enjoy this because it's such a good sultry vape, I get tired of overly sweet flavors and this has its own sweetness without being over the top.

Also I typically mix my flavors and then 10%PG, 3mg/nic and top the rest off with VG but that's just me, I'm not very well read in VG/PG percentages so whatever your preference may be.

I've been mixing for a little over a year now and am recently feeling very comfortable with and enjoying my recipes but I'm still quite the novice so please any tips, tweaks, comments, critiques, remixes etc are most welcome.

The butterscotchin' continues! One of the first recipes I ever mixed was Wayne's Strawberry Cheesecake and I loved it and vaped the hell out of it but it always had one aspect missing that didn't totally sell me on it being cheesecake, and to his good credit the description calls it a vanilla bean cheesecake flavor and it's spot on, but one of my favorite parts of cheesecake is the cheesy, sourness mixed with all that sweetness. I just love it, I really do.

Sometime later when I joined the DIYorDie website and started pouring through articles I found the "Cheesecaked" article and I was in heaven! It has varieties of cheesecake bases and there was one that was for authentic cheesecake that has a creamy yogurt flavor mixed in for that very cheesy flavor I'd been seeking, so I started playing with different yogurts and percentages with cheesecake and I really like FLV Greek yogurt at low doses, it gives it that nice bite.

That being said, if you don't like that flavor aspect of cheesecake/don't want any emphasis on that, I'm sure this mix would taste just fine without it!

When I originally mixed this, I had everything except the butterscotch twice as strong and it just didn't do it for me, in fact there were some off notes at the end of the exhale that left my mouth feeling dry and bitter, I attribute that to the graham cracker and yogurt, and honestly the cheesecake profile as a whole was too strong, like wearing someone's prescription glasses that aren't yours and everything is somehow too in focus.

So to remedy I just doubled the VG/PG I'd put in, reducing all flavorings by half, and just brought the butterscotch back up, and a little higher than before, to 4.5, where it rolls right in at the front note and nice and strong on the exhale too, leaving the lower percentage of cheesecake playing around in the middle of this vape, with a full creamy richness throughout.

The custard/cracker/yogurt are all supporting the cheesecake flavor, I really wanted it to feel like an authentic bite of cheesecake topped with a nice butterscotch layer. The custard brings out a touch of that egginess which is exactly what I was hoping. The graham cracker adds just enough grit and texture without being distracting or dry, and the Greek yogurt adds that funky little piece I've always looked for in my cheesecakes.

I just mixed this and really am enjoying it, no steep yet, shake and vapes well, I'm excited to see how it tastes after a few days.

Also I typically mix my flavors and then 10%PG, 3mg/nic and top the rest off with VG but that's just me, I'm not very well read in VG/PG percentages so whatever your preference may be.

I've been mixing for a little over a year now and am recently feeling very comfortable with and enjoying my recipes but I'm still quite the novice so please any tips, tweaks, comments, critiques, remixes etc are most welcome.

Banana kiwi cream!
Mix with banana and kiwi with cream back end gives sweet creamy flavor.

First original recipe i have created, I used cap lemon meringue pie because i like how well rounded it is. Fa lemon sicily and cap juicy lemon just to boost the lemon. tfa graham cracker clear for just a little graham cracker crust, and cap vanilla whipped cream because well who doesnt like some whipped cream on their pies. suggestions gladly welcomed, and just let me know what you think. also sweeten to taste i always like a little sweetener in my mixes just to help it carry onto the pallet.

Crazy sugar cookie with caramel. Just try it!
Sugar cookie as main profile with caramel sugar back end.

Banana strawberry ice cream topped with milk chocolate. Calm flavors without overpowering notes creamy mouthful vape. Sweetener can be added more up to each taste.

A simple Lemon cheesecake. I will be updating this as it steeps

A fruit loops with milk recipe. Lemon is the main note you will taste its not a pungent lemon flavor more like a sweet candied lemon flavor helped out by a noticeable sweet candied orange flavor with accents of a candied strawberry all sitting in a amazing puffed corn base with the perfect amount of sweet cereal milk. Really good stuff!

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I've been tinkering with this recipe for about six months now, every time I get it close to where I want, I end up going back to fine tune it and it becomes something else entirely, then I give up for a while. But to be honest, I'm never really happy with any of my recipes. I call this Samoa For Chris, since Chrisdvr1 has been working on a Samoa for a while.

Recently I sent this version out to Krucial and ID10-T who are very happy with it, so if you don't like it, blame them.

Review by ID10-T: "If you try it too soon, it tastes like eating delicious Samoa cookies, box and all. But if you are patient and steep it for a month, the box disappears and you're left with something that'll make Chrisdvr cry himself to sleep because he couldn't get this done. Rage has harpooned Chris' white whale. And reduced my need to interact with girl scouts."

I believe Australian Chocolate(HS) and Chocolate Cream(HS) make the perfect chocolate combination, and can be used in a number of ways together, adding in Custard(FA) to the Oak Milk to the Cookie, Sugar Cookie(CAP) and Graham Cracker Clear(TFA) helps make a soft cookie base combined with the Toasted Marshmallow(TFA), which also helps bring the Coconut Candy(TFA) closer to coconut shavings.

I might tweak it a bit more, and remove the JF Cookie and Oakmilk since they are the weak links in the recipe, and also cause the month long steep time. But some people think it's fine after a week.

From @Queuetue : The Derringer is my choice for testing, in a mix or with a single flavor. Please support creative people by buying authentic atomizers, but I also keep a number of these clones from Fasttech on hand so I always have a an atomizer ready to go while I'm mixing.

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