From @Queuetue : I find boston rounds to be the very best bottles for mixing and temporary storage. I use them for my VG and PG as well as on the scale while I'm making a mix. With a top that's easy to fill, easy to cap and with minimal access to air, I keep a bunch on hand for unflavored base, or whatever project I may be up to for handy, quick access.
The tip is small enough to use with most top-fill RTAs or RDAs as well.
Flavor Profile: dessert tobacco
Used in 786 recipes at an average of 3.925%.
This recipe is so simple but so delicious
DFS Cafe Napoleon is a nice very light sweet caramel cappuccino flavor that Is so unique when mixed with creams and tobaccos and Vanillas. Here it comes through perfectly at 4%.
Ry4 Double TFA : This flavor brings that nice Smoky caramel flavor with just a hint of tobacco and some great sweetness that can make any sweet tobacco recipes shine.
DFS Holy Vanilla: this flavor is a must have in your arsenal of flavors. Especially if you like a full bodied Vanilla. This flavor has a distinct Rich sweet vanilla flavor that makes the palette salivate. This simple recipe is awesome mixed together. You will be coming back for more and more.
Good as SNV best after a full 7 day steep to really bring the flavors together to create unison.
A full RY4 and cinnamon roll mix, with a delicate blueberry accent. A simple mix, but the complexity here punches above it's weight.
TPA RY4 Double- Used here for it's strong caramel and subtle smokiness. It's a tobacco for people that don't think they like tobaccos. That's part of the inspiration for this juice. I wanted to demonstrate the versatility of RY4 as a mixer and how it can add interest to fairly basic bakery mixes. It's not a bulldozer of a flavor, so 4% puts it front and center, but still allows for the rest of the ingredients to shine.
FW Cinnamon Roll- The body of the mix. Deeper, full bready notes and rich bakery cinnamon. The bread helps to add body and fullness to the mix, while the cinnamon works well with the spice notes from the tobacco in the RY4. 3% is enough to support the RY4 without overwhelming it.
FW Blueberry- A subtle fruit accent to the deeper, darker flavors in the juice. 3.5% adds some delicate blueberry accents and sweetness, without overwhelming any other component or turning into a candy blueberry flavor.
FA Vienna Cream- Just a little help to smooth out the entire mix. I needed a cream that wasn't too moist, fluffy, or rich. Vienna Cream at 1.5% fits the bill well here, softening up the juice without adding too much of it's own character.
This really needs at least a 3 day steep to let the acetone character of Vienna Cream mellow out. It's best after a week steep, as everything starts to really blend and come together. You're left with a balanced juice, with a strong, driving, flavor but enough interest in the tobacco and blueberry accents to keep you coming back for more.
You may need this more than you think you do.
Developed for www.ejuicemakers.com using the "First 25" basket of concentrates.
So this is my take on Wayne's take on the pistachio ry4. I didn't have all the things i needed to make his recipe so i came up with this with what i had. To me it tastes pretty damn true to the real thing. Very delicious and easy vape with a good nutty richness. I wanted a bit more sugar cookie with mine and it works wonderfully. With this one i honestly get impatient and pretty mush SNV, and it tastes wonderful as is.
Based on the sexiest Borg in the Delta Quadrant, I introduce a dark and addictive eliquid that brings order to chaos---"The Collective". Part 3 in my Seven Of Nine/Borg Trilogy.
This recipe is an assimilation of really oddball & unique flavors. I mean, who the hell would make a Maryjane-Pistachio Custard? Good fresh out of the gate, but of course it begins to shine after a week or more. Personally, I prefer it fresh(weird, I know!)!
My choice of TFA Mary Jane is obvious, and a mere 2% plays very well with the other ingredients. Any more than 2% and I'm feeling like I'm vaping Scotch Tape® flavored eliquid.
I still felt as though the Mary Jane needed a counter-balance in order to become 'fuller'/more authentic tasting. And TFA RY4 Double performed the task perfectly. This is not an RY4 mix by any means, so I kept the percentage at 2.5%.
Again, another obvious player here is TFA Pistachio. In combination with the RY4 & Mary Jane it brings out an almost "ashy" though nutty flavor. And I just love TFAs version of pistachio above all others.
JF Dulce De Leche & CAP Vanilla Custard v1 obviously provide a nice thick custard base. At 5%, the custard's egginess is restrained somewhat and doesn't "bogart" the entire mix!
CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl at 0.5% adds a bit of depth to TFA's Mary Jane. It's a clever magician that can perform a pretty cool disappearing act at wattages around 45-55. Increase wattage to 63 or higher and the cinnamon comes out more, but only as a supporting flavoring.
Armpit steeped for 1 hour for perfection hehe
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I've got a co-worker that vapes nothing but tobaccos. Problem is he found everything too sweet or it always had something extra, it was never just a straight tobacco. So one drunken night I whipped this up for him. Got lucky the first try and this has been his ADV since then. If you find yourself really craving the taste of a cancer stick or just have someone that is just wanting to get into vaping have them try this.
The Desert Ship and RY4 is what really makes the tobacco flavor that I think a lot of people miss, then with addition of the Flue Cured it gives it that slight ash flavor.
I wanted to try sadpandavape's apple 'bacco but didnt have most of the flavors as im in between orders at the moment, so i experimented with what i had. Overall, Im very pleased with the results.
Dulce de Leche (JF) - Dense, creamy, sweet, sticky caramel. I could have used a traditional caramel flavoring here, but DdL has a creaminess to it that would be missing had I gone that route. I find TPA Caramel(original) and FA's Caramel a little dry, helped by a steep, but still astringent. This DdL adds a lot of density to the mix and really helps to round off any sharper edges the other flavors may have
Butterscotch (FA)- Thick and sticky butterscotch. Paired with Dulce de Leche, this tastes just like the shell of a candy apple. I know a lot are on the Butterscotch Ripple hype train right now, but i dont think it would be right for this mix. I get way more 'cream' from that flavor than butterscotch. It has a butterscotch kind of flavor, but it tastes a little "off" to me. I want creaminess, but i'll add it somehow else
VBiC (TFA) - And here's that creaminess i wanted to add, but accompanied by vanilla. It get it done at this percentage and shouldnt be high enough to add pepperiness some get, not for me at least.
RY4 Double (TFA) - Never got tobacco from this. Always more caramel, a woodiness almost nut but not quite flavor, and vanilla undertones. Im using this to tie everything together
Hazelnut (FW)/Soho (FA) - The whole mix by this point is approaching sugar-lips level of sweetness. Time to muddy things up and add some nuttiness and a little darkness. Such low percentages aren't majorly changing the overall profile, but you'd be able to tell the difference in the mix without them if tasted side by side
Fuji (FA)- With all the sweetness and thickness from the other flavors, this apple is very bright. It stands out in the mix at 2% but doesnt drown out the other flavors. They exist together. The apple ends up wrapping around the other flavors like an inside out candy apple.