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DIY E-Liquid Recipe

A whole milk with a smooth horchata back note and a touch of cinnamon.

I designed this to be milk forward and have a creamy milk mouth feel with horchata, not overly powered but strong enough for a great balance.

(Best after two weeks, I do not recommend S&V.)


FA Cream fresh.

The whole milk base flavor and mouthfeel.

Cap vanilla custard.

This helps support the cream fresh and horchata as a base, texture and a sweeter helps blend the two flavors. Helps smooth out the horchata.

Cap horchata.

At 3% it's perfect for blending with the other ingredients. Stands out over the vanilla custard and CDS but doesn't over power the cream fresh and really feels like a creamy milk with horchata.

Cap cinnamon danish swirl.

This is to just give the horchata a slight boost to make it a little more complex and the feel of a touch of cinnamon.

I'm proud of this recipe and I hope you like it.

% Vendor Flavor
(CAP) Cinnamon Danish Swirl
(FA) Cream Fresh
(CAP) Horchata
(CAP) Vanilla Custard
Total flavoring: 8.0% Steep Days: 14 Best VG: 0% Temperature: 0
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User: bjorama Score: 4 Entered: about 1 year ago
Frustrating when a recipe you post gets mixed 500+ times and theres no reviews.. SMH.. I mixed this up exactly 2 weeks ago and waited for the recommended steep. You wrote it was milk forward with a Horchata back note and thats exactly what I'm getting. At first taste, I was thinking it was a little light on the Horchata but now I realize that was the plan all along. Pretty good vape all around, could use maybe just a touch of sweetener for my liking to have that sweet note linger a little longer, but it's good the way it is written. If you have variations of the Horchata being more forward, I would definately give that one a mix too. Thanks for posting!