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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.

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(TPA) Toasted Marshmallow

By: The Flavor Apprentice (TPA) - Buy Direct
Buy From: bcv ecigexpress gremlin wizard

Flavor Profile: additive bakery vanilla

Used in 592 recipes at an average of 1.478%.


36 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found

this is the most evil thing that I could think of because I'm in the disturbed mood tonight and I don't know how this will do with coils but I'm going to give it a shot and see what happens with this and this will be known as The Vengeful One's named brand juices so give this one a try guys and tell me whatcha think I'm looking for a hot chocolate with toasted marshmallows and white chocolate peppermint

this is the sister recipe too my all might fuckin fruity pebbles enjoy guys

This is one of my attempts to see if FLV is actually useful. And I guess it is this time. This is a Blueberry apricot vanilla muffin. The blueberry is the low note, while the apricot is the high note, and a touch of vanilla somewhere in between with a muffin finish. I was actually surprised with how much I liked this, but its still an early version.

A tobacco custard. Chocolate and coffee notes play with hints of cinnamon in the sweet and dark custard clouds

What up, nerds? CokeCan here with another fuckin bamboozler of a recipe, a little Apricot Tobacco mix. Pull up a chair and get ready to fuck around with another bangin tobacco vape. But you know me, I like to keep them tobacco recipes friendly to people that may not actually dig tobaccos.

So first off, we got FA Apricot. If you don't have this concentrate in your possession yet, stop being a boo boo baby asshole and throw it into your cart right now or I'm going to find you and I'll pummel you into submission. Then use your unconscious body like a puppet and make you order it anyway. You can thank me later. This shit is one of the best flavours I've come across in my year plus of mixing. It is my replacement for that razor blade bullshit that is TPA Juicy Peach and basically any other peach concentrate on the market. This shit is potent. It's like pulling a ripe as fuck apricot off whatever plant those shits grow on and biting right into that juicy orb of sexual prowess. There is some slight tartness to it, like most other stone fruits, but it's so goddamn heavenly. No harshness to be found, just a perfectly accurate apricot. I guess you're fucked if you don't know what that tastes like. Welcome to Flavour Town, you fucking maniac.

So I'm backtracking but whatever, I said all peach flavours suck, and while I stand by that, JF Honey Peach is tasty. It is more mellow and works better as an accent note to something like FA Apricot. But this concentrate has some smooth creaminess to it with subtle notes of peach and citrus, almost like those peach ring candies. It adds just a touch of extra sweetness to FA Apricot that just works here. You don't necessarily need it here, but it is a nice addition.

Tobacco. JF RY4 Double. It's great. I know I love FA Soho, but this shit is just as good. Soho is mild and light, while RY4 Double has a deeper and darker note to it with hints of caramel and wood. Those notes play beautifully with the apricot to create something of a bakery profile. And if you know anything about me, you know I'm an impatient piece of shit, and JF RY4 Double doesn't need much steeping to be good. There's no weirdness to it straight away, and it just improves and pushes itself to the front of recipes after steeping. This concentrate is also great for both sides of the tobacco spectrum. If you like that flavour in your recipes, you'll notice it's tobacco body and be satisfied. If you aren't trying to fuck with tobacco flavours, this one will fuck your mouth with bakery notes of brown sugar and caramel.

The other flavours here, TPA Toasted Marshmallow, TPA Brown Sugar, CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream, and FW Butterscotch Ripple are all here to accent the beauty that is FA Apricot. The toasted marshmallow and vanilla whipped cream add some more mouthfeel and body to the mix, while bridging the gap between the extremes of fruit notes and tobaccos. The brown sugar and butterscotch ripple accentuate the cream notes and play off the fruit to create something similar to a poached apricot. Honestly, this whole recipe is just to showcase how fucking versatile this apricot concentrate truly is. It's like a computer program was invented that is your perfect sexual partner. A digitized creature that will fulfill every depraved fantasy at once and still tell you it loves you after you melt into a puddle of self doubt and infatuation due to how quickly you finished.

Fuck it, I don't want to talk anymore. Just mix this up and vape it.

Smooth, juicy pears covered in sweet caramel, smothered in peanut butter, and topped with toasted marshmallows!

Believe it or not, I like this as a shake and vape! However, I like a bit of throat hit, and have been making it 50/50. You should give it at least 4 days if making 70/30 or more.

Add 1.5% TPA Kentucky Bourbon if you like that boozy note

TPA/INW Pear- At these %'s, they make my favorite pear base as a main note. However, if you want to go for a less sharp pear, drop both to 1.25%, and add .25% FA Fuji and .25% FA Kiwi.

FA Liquid Amber/TPA Toasted Marshmallow/TPA Peanut Butter- This not only cooks the pear, but gives it just the right amount of tartness to offset the sweetness in the Marshmallow/Caramel/Pear/Brown Sugar.

FA Caramel/TPA Brown Sugar/TPA Marshmallow- Probably pretty damn obvious, but these are used here for....deliciousness! Feel free to cut Marshmallow to 1% for a tick less sweetness, but I really like it that high.


This was the first recipe that I ever shared, it was on my ELR profile but decided to port over to ATF after mixing it up and remembering how damn tasty it is. It's a straight up milk chocolate. I can appreciate the % is a little high on the flavour side but it's not too harsh on the coils and is just a smooth, sweet milk chocolate. Originally made with 3% TFA Pistachio in there but figured it wasn't adding too much, but there is a difference with it so by all means add it in there, it's definitely tasty.

I was originally going for a Chocolate Cheesecake / Mudpie but it didn't really turn out that way. I've played with a few different %'s and dropping flavours in and out and this is what happened. I must say it's more of a fluke than it is me being a DIY Ninja. But damn it's pretty good.

Tastes best after a 7+ day steep. Doesn't taste anywhere near as good straight from the bottle so don't be disappointed if you don't have the patience, it's not a shake and vape.


First recipe of 2017 from ya boy. I've been chasing a straight up marshmallow recipe for nearly a year. Marshmallow Man was an e-liquid I really enjoyed before I got into DIY, and even though it has fond memories tied to it, I fucking hate it now. I tried it a few months ago and I honestly believe that shit is just 5% TPA Marshmallow and fucking 10% EM. Fuck that. So this isn't a clone, it's just me trying my hand at a straight up marshmallow. Creamy, thick, and sweet as fuck without any real sweetener.

This has been the collective effort of nearly a year of trial and error, getting pissed off, and making myself sick from some nauseating first attempts. In here, the use of the dual marshmallows really push that sweet flavour and thick mouthfeel. This shit is chewy, and I love it. Using both TPA and CAP Vanilla Bean Ice Cream pushes that mouthfeel without worrying about muting the flavour too much. JF Yellow Cake and TPA Bavarian Cream are in here to add more dimension to the marshmallows, while giving a touch of dark sugar sweetness to the creams. You already know why CAP Sugar Cookie is here. I usually use CAP SC at 3 to 4%, but here, 1% just gives enough of that warm cookie flavour without pushing the recipe into the realm of a bakery. Something new for me is CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream. This shit is goddamn perfect. It's thick and sweet at low percentages, and when it's pushed into higher percentages, it works as a beautiful addition to custards. Adds some of that "sour" note you want in a custard. Obviously I didn't want that here, so 1% just added some more vanilla notes while helping emulsify the other thick mouthfeel additions. Finally, TPA Vanilla Swirl and FA Meringue give the feel of sweetener without actually using EM.

Thanks to the Vanilla Swirl, Vanilla Whipped Cream, and Meringue, this recipe will succeed more after about 5 days. But you know me, I'm a shake and vape kinda mixer, and this shit is tasty as all fuck straight away. A little harsh because of the Vanilla Swirl, but nothing intolerable, and honestly, my nicotine might be turning bad, so I can't tell if it's that or the Vanilla Swirl giving me that slight throat hit. Either way, Shake and Vape certified.

I'm fucking glad to finally be able to release this shit. It's been a long, painful, arduous, and annoying road to get here. But now I'm vaping some fluffy, hella sweet nostalgia that just makes me smile. Give it a mix, let me know what you think, and keep fucking up.

This one just found me as I was browsing the 'Suggest a recipe' thread in r/diyeJuice. Here we have a rich, warm, sweet, and fulfilling combo to go with a nice doppelbock. I am floored that I haven't seen this combination of flavors before now. They just make sense. TFA KB + TFA TM is an amazing pairing. CAP VCv1 + TFA RY4 Double are known to play very nicely for a dessert-style custard-tobacco. TFA GCC brings a bit off sweet body and depth to the profile. This recipe is complete in its simplicity, but feel free to add a bit of butterscotch, torrone, brown sugar, or some sort of nut flavor. Go crazy. Props to /u/ID10-T for planting the seed here: https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/5jws9b/weekly_suggest_a_recipe_for_my_flavors_thread/dbkjcte/?context=3

This recipe is not my original. I adjusted the total flavoring from 39% down to just over 20%. The original can be found on you tube on chance of clouds channel. The flavor profile is simply Raspberry strawberry cakes goodness.

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.

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