I've been stuck in this bourbon phase lately, and so this idea popped into my head.

Super simple. Mint-infused, vanilla bourbon with a touch of that simple syrup sweetness.

The TFA Kentucky & FA Vanilla Bourbon combo at this ~4:1 ratio yields a smooth, creamy bourbon with a light, creamy feel. FA Spearmint is an awesome mint flavor, and I'm not typically fond of mint vapes, myself.

Altogether this just works. It's a vibrant, smooth, and light mix. An underlying creaminess prevails. The spearmint/bourbon combo elicits this really awesome sweet, creamy exhale. Especially through a retrohale, it plays well in the nose. The inherent soft cream note has surprised me, I wasn't expecting that. Very pleased, this has become my ADV the past few weeks

Created: February 05, 2017 (over 4 years ago)

% Vendor Flavor
(FA) Bourbon (vanilla Bourbon)
(TPA) Cotton Candy
(TPA) Kentucky Bourbon
(CAP) Super Sweet
(FA) White Winter (spearmint)
Total flavoring: 6.65% Steep Days: 3 (SNV) Best VG: 60% Temperature: 0
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July 08, 2018 : Erythritol can easily be omitted or substituted with any preferred sweetener. Theoretically, the flavor should have a notable sweetness.
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: about 3 years ago
I'm gunna have to give you the 5 stars here dude, this is just a good fuckin' vape. Exactly as you described, it's a warm vanilla bourbon that blankets your mouth on the inhale and a beautifully subtle spearmint that lingers on the tip of your tongue on the exhale with a touch of that syrupy sweetness to meld it all together. Smells great in the bottle, tastes even better. I did go a little light on the sweeteners personally. Could do with a hint of lime IMO but this is an easy ADV for me. Thank you for sharing!