It's a shamrock shake... except wintergreen.

Don't be scared by the high percentage of ws-23, the heavy dose of cream really seems to beat the cooling effect down quite a bit.

This is a recipe that will continually get better as it ages(though it will become alarmingly dark), but is very tasty day one.

Created: April 09, 2019 (over 2 years ago)

% Vendor Flavor
(TPA) Bavarian Cream
(INW) Shisha Vanilla
(TPA) Vanilla Swirl
(TPA) Wintergreen
(OTHR) WS-23
Total flavoring: 11.1% Steep Days: 7 (SNV) Best VG: 0% Temperature: 0
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User: SteveTC Score: 5 Entered: about 1 month ago
I wasn’t quite sure, if I would really stand the 2% WS-23, but I read that it’s tolerable. And I am positively surprised. I needed a little longer steeping but after 2 weeks it is delicious for my tastebuds. For me it takes this time for the wintergreen to mellow in and find its place while the cream works the WS-23. Thank you for creating such a nice recipe!
User: LittleBearLuLu Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
This recipe simply does not get enough love. I stubbornly stick to using a sub ohm tank and as such a lot of juice is just meh for me. Not worth complaining about but not worth writing a review about either. This is the first juice I vaped and had to make more of. I easily went through 5 30ml bottles wasting time and money on yet more meh juice. This is the first juice I ever made in a big condiment sized bottle of it. It's cold, it's creamy, its minty and just perfect for a warm day. I mostly vaped it over winter when the wintergreen and vanilla was soothing and as a bonus I never had a stuffy nose. I know the percentages look like you would be vaping toothpaste but nope it just works out somehow. Foment really knows his flavors and at this point I just know if he says it works it is worth a try. Also, I know everyone hates when you sub things BUT I ran out of Shisha Vanilla and had to sub for FA Madagascar Vanilla at 1.5% at one point. It worked for me to so now I'm making my second condiment bottle of the original and a few smaller bottles with FA Madagascar vanilla for a familiar but slight change.
User: cbjerg Score: 5 Entered: 5 months ago
Just mixed this, and it is fantastic on SNV. Looking forward to tasting it during the next days
User: TheFloridaMan Score: 5 Entered: 5 months ago
Do you remember that neighbor that borrowed your 50’ extension cord last year and never brought it back? Yeah well, me either...but I will remember this mix this summer when that Florida sun is beating down on me one Sunday afternoon while barbecuing. Ok so straight out of the gate I am not much of a cooling type of guy. It gets kind of funky and usually detracts from a mix for me. 2% WS-23?! Holy cow. But hey, right there in the description of the recipe it reassures me that the creams will take the cooling by the horns and tame it. Uh huh. Right. So I am all in at this point to stay true to the recipe which has some super stars in it. TFA Vanilla Swirl and INW Shisha Vanilla are two of the best vanillas in the business hands down. Pairing them with TFA Bavarian Cream was an excellent choice which created a super creamy top of the line vanilla cream base to blend with the polar opposite TFA Wintergreen. On the inhale I’m vibing with that WS-23 cooled wintergreen which is followed by an exhale of creamy vanilla goodness. I can’t express enough how extremely well this mix blends together. The sweet creaminess does indeed reign in that crazy WS-23 percentage to the point where I have to question if I actually used the full 2%. I now believe that using less of it would have derailed the entire flavor profile into something that is actually less enjoyable. If you enjoy wintergreen and sweet creamy vanillas - and even if you don’t enjoy cooling like myself - mix yourself up a sample and give it a test drive. You’ll be back at the dealership in no time for another ride. I promise.
User: Hexical Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Amazing recipe, first "Vanilla" recipe I've actually thoroughly enjoyed. It's really cool and refreshing, could see myself vaping on this during the summer or when I'm sick especially
User: TheJuiceJackBuilt Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Cold be gone! Man this is sooo yum. An icy blast on the inhale, shortly followed by a sweet creamy sensation on your tongue. I can see this being me go to when Im feeling bunged up, n I want something comforting and cold. Great recipe Foooo!
User: UnappreciatedRobot Score: 5 Entered: almost 2 years ago
Wintermint Dream. That’s not a typo. If you’re a fan of shamrock shakes, then you have to mix this recipe. The cream and mint are perfectly balanced, and Foment_Life was right when he said that the cream knocks the high percentage of WS-23 down to a tolerable level.
User: NickG Score: 5 Entered: almost 2 years ago
As I was making this I was like there is no fucking way I'm putting 2% WS-23 in here, but... I've made a bunch of your recipes and they are all delicious, so I trusted you and I'm glad I did. It's quite tasty and the cold isn't really all that much, just perfectly accentuates the creams, vanilla's and wintergreen. I'm tasting this just off the shake and it's damn good, looking forward to seeing what this turns into. Thank you !
User: Ebc88 Score: 5 Entered: almost 2 years ago
I did knock to ws-23 down to 0.75% bc i was gonna be using it on a mech mod and anything over 1% is way to cold for my likings unless it is in a pod/mtl setup, but this is a tasty recipe get a pleasant strong vanilla cream blend with some coolness and wintergreen.