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DIY E-Liquid Recipe

Inspiration for this recipe struck after working on a pumpkin pie ice cream. Looking into it tropical eggnog, it is actually a thing!!! In Puerto Rico it's called Coquito After looking at a few recipes decided this was something I needed it my life. and trust me when I say you need it yours. Smooth creamy eggnog with a coconut kick, what's not to love?

FLV eggnog- this is hands-down the best eggnog flavoring I have tasted to date. smooth and creamy custard, with nutmeg and cinnamon. An obvious choice for a solid base to this recipe.

FA custard - wanted to add an extra layer of custard without the spices. I tried several different variations including, CAP vanilla custard, and FLV custard, flavourart custard was my favorite. CAP vanilla custard ended up muting all of the spice notes, but was still very tasty. FLV custard was also very tasty but didn't add any complexity into the recipe.

Coconuts - all three of these flavorings have their strengths and weaknesses. The combination of these three, at these percentages, highlights all of their strengths. To be honest you could probably get away with just using one (my favorite was sweet coconut at 3%.) That said this combination is far more complex, and was definitely my favorite.

FA Jamaican special- frankly how can you have eggnog without rum? And when looking at rum flavorings if a Jamaican special, also known as Jamaican rum is definitely at the top shelf. This concentrate has a great rum flavor, that pairs up perfectly with the eggnog. I was hoping it would bring a little warmth to the recipe unfortunately, that is not the case you could always try a little TFA Kentucky bourbon, it does bring a level of warm but can't get past the off notes.

FA marshmallow - does a few things here, for us helps soften the harsh notes, the nutmeg can have as a shake and vape, along with adding a fluffy texture, and adds an extra level of sweetness.

When I was blueprinting this recipe before doing any research on the topic I had banana in the mix. After researching and tasting a reference. Decided to keep this traditional, oddly enough the combination of eggnog and coconut does give me a banana flavor, and TFA Banana Foster would fit in here very very well.

Criticism and feedback, are much appreciated. Thanks for reading, I hope you enjoy.

% Vendor Flavor
(FA) Coco' (coconut)
(FLV) Coconut
(FA) Custard
(FLV) Eggnog
(FA) Jamaica Special (jamaica Rhum)
(FA) Marshmallow
(FLV) Sweet Coconut
Total flavoring: 8.75% Steep Days: 7 (SNV) Best VG: 69% Temperature: 420
This recipe is the property of Chrisdvr1 and released under the CC Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 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: 4 Entered: 12 months ago
It’s smooth and rich and rummy with a nice subtle spice on top and coconut throughout. I really appreciate the way that marshmallow comes in with the thick sweet finish. But, that citrus from the FA Custard pokes out some on top. I wouldn’t have guessed that it would, because I’ve tasted it covered up completely in several recipes, but it comes out a little on top and the coconut top note (the richer, basier coconut is great, tough) is slightly marred by it. It doesn’t taste like it really belongs here. It seems like this could be fixed by swapping it out for a different custard, but notes say a couple of different custards didn’t work so well. Maybe covering it up with something else? The darker rum flavor is lovely in the base here but doesn’t really bring the warm boozy top notes - maybe adding something like VT Light Rum would improve that and simultaneously overpower that lemony thing the FA Custard is doing?
User: kitu5 Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Yanno, I can see why this is such a thing. Eggnog is bloody boring. Bland. Thick. Seriously, how the hell did it become the go to drink of the holidays? This stuff, on the other hand...the eggnog is eggnog. Thick, rich, as it should be, especially with the help of marshmallow and custard. But then with the addition of coconut and rum...damnit. This is tasty as hell. Seriously delicious. I can have my tropical fun and holidays all in one? Brilliant! Ridiculously tasty. Nicely done!
User: Deejay_mills Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
Just in time for the holidays. I am Puerto Rican and probably drink more coquito then i do water from thanksgiving to new years. Honestly just smelling this recipe gives me a very satisfying nostalga. Such a smooth coconut rum vape. The density of the vape also keeps me satisfied. Great job.