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DIY E-Liquid Recipe

One of my favorite and unique juices I've ever tried was Attara Artisan's Bombay which is a sweet fennel candy juice.
After some research I decided it had to be either Absinthe or Anise that was used in it so I got them both. To me and everyone that tries them side by side it's 90%+ to being a spot on clone. Notes in October 2016 recipe thread.

https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/55d4en/october_2016_recipe_thread/d8t7llc

Can shake and vape but does best with 3-7 days steep time.

% Vendor Flavor
2.5
(TPA) Absinthe
0.75
(FA) Anise
1
(FA) Carmel (caramel)
1
(FA) Meringue
0.5
(FW) Sweetener
0.25
(FA) Torrone
Total flavoring: 6.0% Steep Days: 0 Best VG: 0% Temperature: 0
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User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
Mixed on 11/20 and FINALLY got to it on 12/15, and, BOY, did this one scare me for the first 2 hits! Powerful blast of anise to the face! After that, though, it settled right in and that awesome torrone/meringue/caramel combo lifted it into this incredible symphony of smooth, sweet, spicy goodness. This is a truly glorious recipe, and so exquisitely unique in terms of flavor and texture. I can see this being in my rotation forever, but it's definitely one of those recipes that everybody in search of something different should try for an exciting change of pace. I've never tried Attara Artisan's Bombay, but, this is an excellent recipe right here. Kudos!