You can now get this as a One Shot on ECIGEXPRESS! For copyright reasons it's called Green Tea Wafer Bar....


Like the name says, this is a Green Tea Kit Kat... Minus those pesky calories.

Steep Time: Great as S&V. Best after 2-3 days. None of the flavors really change during a steep, it just allows the green tea to cement itself in all layers of the mix.

Flavor/Development Notes:
Have you ever had a Green Tea Kit Kat? They are made with the usual kit kat wafers, however the frosting between the wafers is mixed with matcha, then its covered in white chocolate mixed with matcha instead of milk chocolate. These things are addicting. Like seriously addicting. After I started mixing, I knew I just HAD to make a vape that tasted like a Green Tea Kit Kat. I had done a bit of research on what’s actually in this amazing masterpiece out of Japan and decided that this couldn't be TOO hard to make a vape of but since I had little experience with tea flavors (aka zero experience), and I wasn't sure where to begin to achieve that right creamy white chocolate, I enlisted the help of u/ID10-T. Together we went through countless iterations. I tried a few different green tea and white chocolate flavors to see which would be the best. Trust me; this was not a fun task when it came to the Green Tea. Too many of them tasted like you bought the shittiest quality tea bag, then proceeded to boil it on the stove for a few hours. It was seriously torture going back and trying them again after a steep. AVOID FA Green Tea and thank me later. Let me tell you a little secret, I bought the wrong green tea when I made the purchase and boy am I glad I did. I accidentally purchased FE green tea instead of TFA. FE green tea is by far the best out there. It's the most underrated; actually it wasn't even rated, of all the teas. It’s why they took it off the market. But don't worry, this flavor is back ( and you better buy that tasty flavor and sub it out in every recipe that calls for green tea. When it came to the white chocolates, I decided on TFA. I tried FW but it has a strong caramel note to me, plus it is very dry. Since the kit kat itself doesn't taste like caramel, FW wasn't going to work. TFA's on the other hand only has 1 flaw, it wasn’t creamy enough. Yes, it was spot on for taste and mouthfeel; it just was missing that melt in your mouth creaminess you expect from chocolate. This is when we worked on figuring out which creams to add to the mix. There were a few we thought about, but it came down to needing something that's light and not overpowering. Bavarian Cream was attempted, but it just really brought out that caramelization note in the white chocolate. Bavarian got the axe. After a bit of discussion with u/ID10-T, we went ahead and mixed up some TFA White Chocolate with CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream. If you have never tried CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream, GO GET IT IMMEDIATELY. Unlike some of the other whipped creams that exist, this one does not taste rancid for the first week. It never tastes rancid. It doesn't even really require a steep actually. Its light and it added exactly what we were looking for to the white chocolate. Next was figuring out the wafer. We considered biscuit, but to be honest, I am not a huge fan of biscuit. I think it takes over a mix too easily and it just wasn't quite right for this. We all know how much u/ID10-T loves CAP Sugar Cookie so I got a wild idea and threw it at him, sugar cookie in a low dose. Once we had the ingredients, it was trial and error on the percentages till it was as close as we could get it. The kit kat itself is slightly sweeter than the mix, but if you want to get the mix to that same level of sweetness, add a touch of sucralose and gunk up dem coils.

White Chocolate (TFA/TPA) 4.5%:
What can I say about this. This is a very important flavor, I mean it's the main note in the real green tea kit kat. This is the base of the mix. It helps tie everything together in all of its white chocolate deliciousness. Yeah it’s not as creamy as I would like it to be, but it's a pretty damn accurate white chocolate. There is just the slightest hint of caramel when mixed for standalone or mixed with other creams that bring it out, but in this mix, you don't detect any caramel which is great. It has excellent mouth feel and really helps bring this mix into an ADV.

Green Tea (FE) 0.7%:
This flavor plays the role of both the matcha in the white chocolate, and the matcha in the frosting between the wafers. A little goes a long way. I did a single flavor sample of this at 2% originally. It tastes like premium loose leaf tea steeped at 195 F for 30-60 seconds. My notes literally say "this is what green tea is supposed to taste like." In the mix, I tried it at 1% and while it was good, it was too strong. No off flavors of any kind, just stronger than the actual green tea in the kit kat. Between 0.625% and 0.725% is the sweet spot. Depends on just how much matcha flavor you are looking for. Go too low and it fades away, too high, while still good, it isn't as close to the actual kit kat.

TFA Green Tea tastes like green tea with a little fresh-cut grass added to it.
FA Green Tea tastes like green tea with a little fresh-cut ASS added to it.
FE Green Tea tastes like high-quality fresh brewed matcha green tea with nothing added to it and nothing taken away from it. This flavor cannot be subbed for any of the other lesser flavors.

Vanilla Whipped Cream (CAP) 3%:
This flavor pulls double duty. Not only does it bring out the creaminess of the white chocolate, but it acts as the frosting between the wafers. It’s light and sweet and creamy.

Sugar Cookie (CAP) 1.5%:
This one actually does a bit of double duty too. Not only is it the wafer, but it also adds the extra sweetness needed for the frosting between the wafers. At a low %, it’s subtle, just like the actual wafer in the kit kat.

Created: October 24, 2016 (almost 5 years ago)

Recipes inspired by this one: Pistachio Kit Kat by ali |
% Vendor Flavor
(FE) Green Tea
(CAP) Sugar Cookie
(CAP) Vanilla Whipped Cream
(TPA) White Chocolate
Total flavoring: 9.7% Steep Days: 2 (SNV) Best VG: 80% Temperature: 0
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User: MotherPunker Score: 2 Entered: over 2 years ago
As a veteran matcha drinker of 15 yrs and a green tea kit kat fanatic, I was supper excited when I heard about this recipe. I felt it was not at all on point of either taste sadly. It lacked the texture from the wafer bars (I added some AP & that helped allot actually with the texture and more realistic taste, toning down the fruity/floral notes). However the biggest hang up I can't get past is that the taste of realistic green tea (NOT matcha!) is too prominent. Quality green tea has a slight jasmine/osmanthus note depending on how and where the tea was grown. I agree that FE green tea is a great flavour, right on point for green tea but even though matcha IS a form of green tea, it does not taste like that and neither do the kit kats. The unique taste in Matcha is known as the 5th taste or UMAMI (caused by the rich L-theanine (an amino acid) content) & according to Japanese chado experts, ones ability to taste umami takes time to develop. It is hard to describe but kind of, frothy & slightly bitter while being sweet at the same time (and I'm talking about real matcha not the ground sencha -"matcha" used in mixed beverages by coffee shops & smoothie places) The main difference for the taste is that matcha is grown in the shade & only the first early harvest of upper leaves is used. It has little to no floral note to it at all (nor do the matcha kit kats). This creation has promise but needed a better understanding of the flavour profile she was chasing I think. Because I like the idea of this so much Im gonna keep trying to create an authentic version b/cuz this, while tasty, just isn't it. Am also playing around with using WF crispy wafer instead of or in addition to sugar cookie cuz I feel it doesn't quite cut it and perhaps trying a different, more decadent white choc combo...... so i guess, lol what I'm looking at is a complete revamp here! Much thanks and appreciation for the effort & inspiration though! I will def share if(WHEN) I come up with something share worthy!
User: kitu5 Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
Ain't gonna lie. I love this. This is a very delicate and delicious recipe. The green tea and white chocolate meld together very well, making a very light, sweet confection. The vanilla whipped cream adds a goodly amount of mouthfeel to get at that creme, and the sugar cookie adds the hint of wafer and the right amount of sweet. This is a very good recipe, nice, light, tasty and delicate. This brings me to my sole issue with it: I can't take the nice deep hits I normally like to. It scorches if I hit it longer than two seconds no matter the temperature. This needs low wattage/temperature and short pulls to be enjoyed at it's best. I tried it in both my DTL and MTL tanks. Same results, even at 40 watts. But once you've adjusted to that, holy hell. Very excellent recipe. Nicely done.
User: KenWhitfield Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
I purchased the one shot of this on ECX. After a 20 day steep, it was fantastic! I added the Marshmallow as stated on the bottle, I will definitely purchase more of this.
User: dwinans Score: 4 Entered: over 3 years ago
Really good flavor. I'm giving it four stars because even though I like it a lot, I can't vape it all day.
User: Elvieann Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
This is so good! I accidentally dropped the mix behind my desk. Two months later, I found it and it was even more delicate than before. It had a nice white chocolate on the inhale and the light green tea fragrance on the exhale (always through the nose to get the full effect). Now I have to wait for more to steep, but I made 280 ml this time.
User: Thadentman Score: 1 Entered: almost 4 years ago
Figured this would be good because ID10-T brought her over to dod, instantly trusted her skills and she seemed like a cool chick on discord so I mixed it up on a Monday, Friday night rolls around and Im going out and was excited to try this. Throw on a new D&G hoodie some barracuda PRPS jeans and some deadstock space jam Jordans that I was saving since 2009, Im at the club chilling.vaping and all of a sudden start burping a little bit...all of a sudden I start violently puking all over myself I didn't even have time to stick my neck out and get it away from me and on to a friend or enemy or innocent bystander ...long story short, everything went into the dumpster. Great job for ruing my night! And a stupid amount in $ on an outfit . I would have told you this in a funny version in person over coffee but you flaked hard... so this is what I leave you with.
User: LeChef Score: 4 Entered: about 4 years ago
Being a huge fan of green tea kitkats, I went out of my way to get the FE green tea to mix this recipe. At the recommended percentages this is almost there. The creamy white chocolate comes through for me quite well, but the green tea just isn't really there. It just doesn't have the intensity that the real thing has. Using this as a white kitkat recipte atm.
User: Deschain Score: 4 Entered: about 4 years ago
First off, I should mention that I've never had Green Tea Kit Kat IRL, only the regular version. I find that some more steeping time was needed than the recommended 2 days. I would say at least a week. The reason is because all I could taste at the beginning was basically the green tea and nothing else. Other than that, it is a pretty solid recipe overall, it's just not my thing. To me, it definitely has that "you'll either love it or hate it" kind of taste.
User: Kriswk Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
At first I wasn't a fan of this, the peppery note just killed it for me and wouldn't go away. Well, for some reason, forcing myself to keep vaping it, it went away and god dammit, this is just delicious. If I had any criticism it would simply be more texture for the wafer aspect. Other than that, the flavor is so delicious and made me love TFA White Chocolate. I also found myself wanting more green tea but still, this was tasty. I still keep mixing it. Keep em comin'
User: SixStrings952 Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
This is so dead-on accurate to the real thing that it's mind-blowing and crotch-grabbing! Amazing and thank you for sharing!! Side by side, this tastes EXACTLY like the Matcha Kit Kats I ordered from eBay!! Now get on those raspberry ones from Japan, woman!!
User: Reldof Score: None Entered: over 4 years ago
Anyone ever try MB Natural Green Tea? i can't get FE where i buy from and MB seems the best choice
User: ENYAWREKLAW Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
One of the most interesting flavor profiles I've had this year. An excellent display of balance and patience. Subjectively, the green tea layer has a bit too much "earth" to really mimic the "Kit-Kat". But understanding the restrictions ExclusiveGirl had on a proper green tea candy flavor, it's impressive to see her work arounds with it and still create a recipe that is fun, interesting, tasty, and authentic. A very impressive first showing and I can't wait to see what ExclusiveGirl comes up with in the future.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: almost 5 years ago
Tasty as all hell. Nailed the profile, and vapes like a dream.
User: EdibleMalfunction Score: 5 Entered: almost 5 years ago
This is one of the greatest things I have ever vaped. It is spot on exactly like a Green Tea Kit Kat and I really can't get enough of it. Five stars, two thumbs up, 100/100, all smiles
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: almost 5 years ago
You're overstating how much help I actually provided in developing this recipe, but in no way overstating its addictive deliciousness. Easily in my top ten most favorite vapes ever. Thank you for this and thank ECX for agreeing to put FE Green Tea back on the menu so others can get hooked on it as well.