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VT Red Soft Candy is actually VT Red Chew Candy
Absolutely delicious, raspberry chew candy. Add sweetener to your preference. I added .5% Super Sweet.
Tested on Entheon .25ohms, @60 watts. Also va;ping in Cog MTL RTA .76ohms @22 watts.

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Vanilla Custard V2 is a good custard. It's got a thick creamy body and its not super eggy. The best part is, it steeps fast (for a custard). I've added TFA Bavarian Cream to really thicken up that cream note and make this an extra dense custard.

The FA Marshmallow and CAP Sugar Cookie are in here to give it a baked note. Marshmallow for mouth feel and stickiness and Sugar Cookie to add some warmth and buttery and a few caramelized sugar notes.

Add sweetener as desired.

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This Started out as Caramelized Pears in an Apple Cider Pudding. However, once I finished the Apple Cider Pudding I didnt think adding any more flavors would improve on this awesome taste. So I figured I should just stop here.

As for the Pudding, I used Chemnovatic Vanilla Pudding, but ATF did not recognize it so I put in FLV Van Pudding, and its OK if you use FLV . Actually at that point in the recipe you can use 4% of Chemnovatic Van Pudding, or FLV Van Pudding, OR ... CAP Vanilla Custard V2. They all work well here at 4%.

I hope you enjoy this, it is an amazing Fall Flavor.... also refreshing in the heat....Thoughts and comments welcome....Enjoy

coffe clouds recipe for wolfgang, learning the ways of the vape

Slowly becoming my All Day Vape, Sour Apple does add some actual sourness somehow.

Revised Strawberry Cuzzy - The Other is good but wanted more of a lip smacking custard punch to the face with a sweet heavy lingering mouthfeel.

The strawberry combo is almost syrup like but maintains some good strawberry body as the creams blend and round it out and the OG custurd rubs your face in it.

IMPORTANT!: This recipe uses a flavor that is not currently recognized by the site, and thus is not listed below. The flavor in question is Moon Sugar by Mr. Good Vape, and it can be gotten at Liquid Barn's website. This recipe calls for 8% Moon Sugar in addition to the other ingredients listed below.

This began as an attempt to recreate and enhance a flavor called Brewski that was made by someone at the local vape shop where I live, back in the glory days before the new laws and regulations prevented such vape shops from mixing their juices in-house. It was a wonderfully decadent dessert flavor consisting of Banana, Graham Cracker, and Sugar Cookie.

My first draft of this recipe was fairly simple, Banana and Moon Sugar, both used at the starting percentages recommended by Liquid Barn (7 and 15% respectively). The Moon Sugar on its own contains the necessary notes of graham cracker and sugar cookie, while also adding a touch of butterscotch, making it a prime choice for recreating and enhancing the Brewski flavor I loved so much.

The addition of Kings Custard was actually just a happy accident. I had run out of Moon Sugar midway through a mix, and so I chose Kings Custard as a substitute to fill in the remaining space. I found that it actually improved the flavor, especially after giving it some time to steep, so from then on I continued to use an approximately 50/50 mix of Moon Sugar and King's Custard.

For quite a long while I considered the flavor to be finished. It was already a wonderful dessert flavor that was a favorite among me and my friends. But over time I began to desire something more. Delicious as this flavor was, it still felt somewhat bland, and so began my most recent venture to further enhance it.

And that's where the Gold Rum and the Bourbon Vanilla came in. I found the Gold Rum to be an extremely strong flavor, and for quite a while I feared that it would simply be too overpowering and unsuitable for this mix, but after many attempts and a couple instances of deciding on a whim to try mixing old and new drafts of this juice, I believe I have finally perfected this recipe! At this low concentration the rum adds a warm savoriness without being overpowering, and the bourbon vanilla helps to further highlight the sweetness and creaminess of the dessert flavors. The result is a wonderfully sweet and savory custard flavor with a faint alcohol bite. Pure decadent bliss!

With this hot weather we're having in the uk I wanted something simple n cold.

This tastes very similar to strawberry fanta.

Inw Shisha strawberry is the base to our strawberry flavour.

Cap strawberry taffy at 2.5% dosent bring too much of a flavour to the mix but it helps push shisha strawberry to become a very candy like flavour.

Fa cherry is here to just deepen the flavour slightly.

Ws23 to make it cold, adjust to your taste.

I don't use any sweetener but feel free to add if you want it.

Please Note:
I used Frandy (FRA) Mango v2 @ 3.75% and I have no idea what FP Mango Mamba tastes like. I just chose a strange concentrate's name to take the place of the ACTUAL strange concentrate I used since it's another one ATF don't list. Get FRA Mango v2. It's a banger on it's own. And I'd know!

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This was originally a quick mix to test some new flavours (DIY-EJ Mangoes are excellent BTW) but it turned out to be one I REALLY enjoyed, I even decided it was worthy of being my first shared recipe. I remade it with some more accessible Mango flavours and the result is better than the original! I also played with apricots and peaches, but the mango really shines on it's own here.

Ya'll reading this better get your hands on Frandy Mango v2 (its a banger) in the meantime!

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∙ FRA Mango v2 / FE Mango / FLV Mango ∙

We're going for a bright and juicy mango here, ripe, juicy, bright & sweet. We've essentially built a Mango sandwich with FE Mango (A.K.A SC Mango) in the middle. FE Mango @ 1.5% is bringing much of the body and juicy thickness, it is a realistic, sweet and bright mango. We have FLV Mango supporting the base, bringing just a touch of deeper, thicker, dark & ripe aspect but just a touch.
Sitting on top and cascading over all we have FRA Mango v2 which is bright and juicy and sweet without being candied. It's a wonderful juicy mango and brings all the top notes plus adds a great bright mango flavour on the exhale.
It should be noted that FE Mango is a great flavour off the shake but is prone to fading over time. However, in this mix I have found the mango has lasted til the end.

∙ NR Smooth Cream/NR Vanilla Milkshake/FW Vanilla Bean Ice Cream ∙

As noted, I was mixing up some new flavours. When I first mixed it, my intention was to build a sweet, creamy base for the mango to sit upon, but what you're actually getting here is a full on fresh mango with a creamy base that is very much in the background. NR Smooth Cream adds a creamy mouthfeel without imparting any dairy notes @ 1%. NR Vanilla Milkshake and FW Vanilla Bean Ice Cream are used to bring a thicker body and creamy mouthfeel, as well as a slight touch of vanilla that plays well with the next ingredient.

∙ WF African Horned Cucumber ∙

This mix has a refreshing twist with the sweet, juicy, almost minty flavour of WF African Horned Cucumber. This is essential and is worth getting if you enjoy juicy fruit mixes! It's function here is similar to how some mixers will use INW Cactus low to add juiciness. Unfortunately, my tastebuds don't much care at all for the humble cactus and so finding this concentrate has been great for me. I love the juiciness and flavour it brings at 0.5% without overshadowing the Mango.

∙ CAP Super Sweet / WS-23 (Coolant) ∙
Mangoes are a sweet and full-flavoured fruit which is why I added SS @ 0.5% but you're of course free to tweak the % or omit it completely and the same goes for WS-23. This is the highest % I've added WS-23 and it's on par with the fruity Malaysian juices which inspired this recipe. You can reduce it to 1%, or even 0.5% if you prefer, I haven't tried this recipe without it.

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SUBS / Other Changes
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These are just suggestions for potential subs, drop a comment with what works for you

∙ NR Smooth Cream 1.5% → TPA Whipped Cream 1.5%
∙ FW VBIC → Your preferred VBIC concentrate (LB, FA, TPA, CAP...)
∙ NR Vanilla Milkshake → Increase FW VBIC or other VBIC

The reasons for not recommending a sub for FRA Mango V2 is it's taken me a while on this mission for mangoes to find ones I really enjoy. These are just the ones that work for me (but sub where you need!) Plus, it's the best mango concentrate I've tried and I have about 30 I think so it may well be worth getting it from BLCK flavour if you can and you enjoy a great-tasting juicy mango on the in- and the ex-hale.

DIY is all about customisation. This recipe can be used as a building block and you can change anything from the VG:PG ratio, to the %'s of Sweetener or WS-23 in your mix, or even sub flavours when you have to.

It's true, it won't be exactly the same, but just do what works best for you and if you do mix this up (or some variation of it) I hope you enjoy it.

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I'm relatively new to this and want to learn more, feedback/comments are always welcome! All I ask is that we keep it respectful - I'm learning too ;)

I you use ELR & ATF both for different reasons like I do, here's the link to the same recipe on ELR:

My version of the popular strawnana recipe . If you prefer then you can add sweetener (Cap SS) @ 0.5%
This mix needs to steep for at least 10 days