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DIY E-Liquid Recipe

A Disclaimer of Sorts: This is a mix-off recipe, and not necessarily something I actually advocate mixing. I'm leaving it posted for posterity and because I think it's interesting. If you take something from this, that's awesome, but it hasn't gone through much in iteration testing and could definitely stand some improvements.

As in.... I don't think you realize the gravity of your situation, Dave.

In an all FLV mix-off the judges managed to not have Sweet Fig, so for the contest it was replaced with .5% FLV Fig. Both versions work, but I like the Sweet Fig just a bit more.

Profile: Fig Newtons

The Fruit:

Sweet Fig is the base here. It seems a little intense than FLV Fig. FLV Apple Pop seems to work well to sweeten the fig up even further and help soften some of the musky florals from the sweet fig. Raisin Rum is in there to add a bit more depth and earthyness back to the filling and maybe a light hint of spice.

The Cake:

Flavorah needs to fix their texture game. I went with FLV Ginger Snap as the base for the soft cookie thing it has going on, and with the idea that the extra spice is going to work well with that filling. FLV Cookie is in there to add a bit of depth and dimension to that kind of flat cookie note beyond the spice.

% Vendor Flavor
0.25
(FLV) Apple Pop
0.25
(FLV) Cookie
2
(FLV) Ginger Snap
0.25
(FLV) Raisin Rum
0.75
(FLV) Sweet Fig
Total flavoring: 3.5% Steep Days: 3 Best VG: 60% Temperature: 440
This recipe is the property of ConcreteRiver and released under the CC Attribution-Noncommercial 4.0 license. You may not copy, derive or commercialize this recipe without following the terms of this license or the explicit permission of the creator.
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User: ID10-T Score: 1 Entered: 21 days ago
Tastes like the smell from a freshly opened pack of Marb Reds has been super concentrated, infused into dark rum, and then poured all over a bland biscuit-type cookie until it falls apart from sogginess. And it stains your coils like a MF'er. But I'm not bitter or anything. I didn't have Sweet Fig and had to sub in 0.5% Fig. Maybe it tastes like a spot-on Fig Newton if you use the right fig.