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(TPA) Vanilla Swirl


By: The Flavor Apprentice (TPA) - Buy Direct
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Used in 10850 recipes at an average of 2.007%.

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558 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


Malty, sweet blueberry milk with a hint of meringue.

Deliciously fresh all day vape.

If using in a tank, I'd recommend upping the SS to .75 to help carry through the blueberry.

While FA Cola is surely the star of the show, it goes together HEAVENLY with TFA Black Cherry. This alone is just pure gold.

When adding a nice Vanilla Cream with TFA VBIC, French Vanilla Deluxe and Vanilla Swirl, it just becomes this magical creamy, sparkly, fluffy Cola heaven and every Cola fan should try this out! The 0.3% FA Vanilla Bourbon (which is just Vanilla, no alcohol!) makes one hell of a difference as well.

Additives: Super Sweet is an absolute must, WS-23 is optional.

SNV for Cherry Coke, let it steep for around 5 days to get a rich, creamy Vanilla Cherry Coke.

A delicious, creamy mint ice cream using all TPA flavourings (apart from SS obviously).

Great as a shake and vape, but best after a week.

Root beer float just the way I remember them just in vape form

Great mix it’s choc candy cane inhale choc candy cane exhale with the ice cream at the end great stuff give it a try

Sickly sweet off the shake - Very rich creamy and full, very smooth. Warm vanilla pudding with extra butter taste.

After a month it's an amazing vanilla icing / cake filling vape.

Originally used for my Oreo recipe

This is a relatively popular ice cream combo in Northern Europe, elderflower has been used here for decades (centuries maybe?), mainly as a spice to cover up the offnotes in moonshine, but it has also made its way in to ice creams, cordials and candy.

You might call this a lazy mix, and indeed it is. But as the vanilla is a main component here, there is no better vanilla ice cream base than the one by @eyemakepizza. It's elegant and tasty, and by adding the elderflower it gives a new interesting dimension to that rich vanilla yummyness.

FLV Elderflower is an amazing flavor that works well with both creams and fruits.

Honey infused tobacco topped of with a custard cream biscuit.

No the percentages of the honey's is not a joke. I asure you.

This has been my ADV for the better part of a year now.
I mix 500 ml and a soon as i open a jar. I mix the next as a steep of three weeks is a minimum.
Just gets better with time.

The creator of the "Custard cream the biscuit" i nicked the percentages from is @opensauce
I am forever greatful.

So how did this come to be?

A year or so back i got a bottle of the VGOD Cubano Black shortfill and was instantly hooked.
I bought more and more and then some more. Guzzling a 50 ml bottle in two three days.
ADV was translated in to adictive beyond control.
My wallet was just not agreeing with this. Should i sell my car? My bike, or maby the wife and dog?
I had dabbled some with diy. With the results you could expect from a guy that hits it with a sledge if the hammer dont do it.
So i started to scan the net. Nope and nope. No clones to find there.
Ok. Now what?
I started to buy tobacco essences. And actualy did single flavour test samples.
During, me and my wife enjoyed going trough Chef's oneshots. Perticulary the custard ones.

So to the accident.

One day i took 40% of finished Chef's Custard Cream. Poured the tobacco notes i thought would fit.
Hit the honey's with the sledgehammer. Cubano Silver did have honey, Did it not?
And voila. A clone?
I think not.
But happy as a pig in a puddle of mud. I could proudly say that this was good enough to save the car, bike, wife and dog.
And now that i found @opensauce premium recipe for custard cream.
That i find actually better than the chef's one. Sry chef's.
I can present it to you in a form that you can actually mix.
Remember boys and girls.
Steep it for at least three weeks.
Its not bad or offensive but just bland and pointles as a SNV.

A Co-worker put me up to this. His "favorite juice of all time" is called the Strawberry by Drip wich. Traditionally commercial juice, and cloning aren't really my thing, but I agreed to take a crack at the profile. I've no desire to actually clone the original, but the profile was at least potentially tasty so, why the hell not?

The Ice cream base here is shamelessly stolen from @eyemakepizza. I know it's not going to be the one in a commercial juice, but I wanted to make this decadent without falling into oversweet, and the ben and jerry's esque rich creamy concoction the pizza man put together is perfect for that.

The waffle base is pretty straightforward, both TFA belgian and FW waffle have holes in their overall profile. neither is quite right on their own, but by their powers combined you end up with a pretty accurate and tasty rendition of a lightly vanilla'd and slightly maple'd up waffle. maybe not as fluffy as a real Belgian waffle, but for the purposes of a breakfast treat being used as a sandwich around some ice cream and strawberry syrup it works quite well.

The strawberry combo is simple, INW shisha strawberry is a syrupy mess, strongly reminiscent in my mind of nestle's strawberry syrup. To boost that up, and give it a bit of body without venturing off into a full on strawberry Red touch works quite well to bring some balance to the whole ordeal.

My take on this overdone profile.
Simply and accurate.
Blue razz is hard.. at the time wf is the most almost there blue raspberry I’ve tried.
The addition of inw ras helps to bump up the blue raz in conjunction with the boyz preserves giving more flavor and some depth complexity.
Cap gahc provides the candy and a little sourness impression the juice needs.
Tpa vs gives the hint of vanilla and some body to the mix. Cap sweet candy assist with the candy sweetness finish.
Let this baby steep 4-5 days and it is ready to go.
Hope you like it.
To me it is very close to what I was looking for.
The picture speaks by it self I think.

Flavor Notes

By: Chrisdvr1 Score: 80 / 100 Solo: 5.0% Mix: 2.5% Steep: 3 days Difficulty: 60 / 100

Smooth sweet cream with a sharp vanilla, and a lite buttery finish.


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