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Flavor Profile: additive bakery custard dairy dessert vanilla
Used in 3955 recipes at an average of 2.187%.
Milk and honey Remix Version 2. To me the first version measured next to real thing had more of that Graham cracker flavor and just a hint of Peanutbutter. So I switched from Graham cracker Clear TFA to FW Graham cracker @8% which seems high but works really well in this recipe and lowered the TFA Peanut butter to .5%. This recipe taste almost 1:1 of the original MH after a 7 day Steep.
If you want it sweeter and .25 cap super sweet.
*Rich cinnamon is 2 drops in a 30ml for a forward cinn note, but can be dropped to just 1 drop or left out completely if you don't have it or don't like cinnamon.
Growing up with a family of 5, mom in school full-time and my father a salesman supporting all of us meant we didn't have a lot of money. That all would change later in life when my mother graduated, but that wasn't until I was about 14. Up until that point, there was weekly trips to the fire station for that good government cheese and peanut butter. Most of the times my milk came in a box so seeing my dad putting water in my cereal was normal. However, when we did have real milk breakfast was a little different...It wasn't rice crispys, but actual rice.
You fill your bowl up with cooked rice, add a few scoops of sugar to it and then cover the top with cinnamon, now top it off with some actual milk! As odd as this sounds, it was so good. Good enough that I still eat it to this day every once in a while.
A sweet, Pleasant, Thick and rich peach custard pie we all wish for in vape form.
WF Peach Pie & Cream
Fits the profile perfectly at 3%. Carries with it pie notes and a smooth peach.
Full bodied peach that rounds out the peach notes of WF's.
FA Liquid Amber
Used here to bake in the peach notes.
CAP Vanilla Custard
What would a peach custard pie be without plenty of custard?
WF Caramel Butter
Truly a splendid flavoring from Wonder Flavours. Provides a nice caramel butter top coat to the custard.
TFA Vanilla Swirl
Intermingles the ingredients bringing everything to a nice balance.
As with any heavy custard recipe, A prolonged steep period is required. The longer it sits, The better it will be. :)
Been craving a good chocolate mint vape? Mix this one up for a refreshing start to your day, Or a minty treat after meals.
This is the first good chocolate mix I've managed to nail down.
Good as a shake and vape but better after a few days when things settle down and mesh together better.
TFA Double Chocolate Clear, HS Chocolate Cream, FLV Milk Chocolate, FLV Milk & Honey
As Bubbles would probably say: "Holy fuck boys! That's a lot of chocolate!" It appears to be at first glance indeed, But I found this specific combination of chocolates play well off each other to avoid dryness, harshness, coil gunking and the dreaded burnt taste.
LA Creme De Menthe
I usually prefer FW's version, But I've been trying to steer clear of using their flavorings as of late. FW would probably work here if you have it, I just haven't tested it.
Added to enhance the "cool" feeling. Koolada could easily be substituted.
Added for texture and sweetness. Plays very well with chocolate.
TFA Vanilla Bean Ice Cream
Cream and vanilla for the mix. At this ratio the ice cream aspect is rather drowned out, But plays along with vanilla swirl to give the mix some density with some light vanilla.
TFA Vanilla Swirl
As stated previously, It plays with TFA VBIC to bring density to the mix, And also to assist in amalgamation.
I remember my grandfather's pipe and how good it would smell every time he would light up that Prince Albert soft vanilla. It was this sweet tobacco that left a nutty vanilla scent just lingering in the air. It wasn't offensive like a cigarette, it was a smell I really enjoyed. It's one of those nostalgia scents, and when I smell it to this day it reminds me of him sitting on the porch just puffing away enjoying life. Prince Albert is a Burley tobacco, and until I tested FLV Red Burley, no other Burley flavors brought me back to that place in time, they all missed the mark of what Burley really was. So now that I found it, I give you...Prince Albert's Gold!
Inspired by CheebaSteeba's Mango Lassi, I sought out to create with a more creamy base and a more playful mango. Just in time to beat the summer heat.
The FLV cream and vanilla swirl create a more milk shake style cream base.
Without a doubt, the best two mangos for this are FLV and CAP. They are light, fresh, and sweet. FA pear provides a bit more fruit body and wetness to the mouth feel. Lastly, CAP sweet strawberry helps to blend the mango into the cream while providing additional sweetness and balancing the overall fruit profile.
Makes for a perfect shake and vape while the mango is fresh.
This is straight up honey and milk. Super duper nice when you need something different. A nice milky base with a sweet touch of honey. This one is a steeper, 3 weeks minimum, a month is best!
Unlike other concentrated flavors that were formulated for candy, beverages and baking, Flavorah's high potency and unique flavor profiles makes it the real choice for vapor.
By making the same undiluted flavors available that are used by many commercial ejuice manufactures, Flavorah puts the power into your hands to blend and customize your vaping experience.