Inspired by Flavor Pro's Fluffy Pancake challenge. I don't have any pancake flavors yet, so this is a light cake topped with a fruit, mostly fruit flavor. It is light, so I think it will make a good summer flavor.
I will try bumping up the cake in the next version. It is hidden by the fruit flavors.
The banana custard adds some creaminess, and mild banana flavor.
The fig gave the fruit mix a little earthiness that I felt it needed to balance the flavors.
CAP Sweet Strawberry for a bright, fresh strawberry flavor.
Tested on the Wasp Nano with 3 ohm stainless at 40 watts.
This is a bright vibrant tropical profile that is mango forward that transition to the tangerine and finishes with a slightly tart pineapple. and sweetness of the African horned cucumber
Tested on a reaload RDA at 65 watts
This mix is a collaboration between MECH MOD RN and Queer Your vape https://alltheflavors.com/users/QueerYourVape
island Mango is a a very ""orange" full and sweet ripe mango that is juicy and sits in the front of this mix
african horned cucumber has sweet honey - melon notes that are combined with a cucumber, this combination adds some body and wetness to the mix
pineapple candy is a candy like pineapple that sits a bit on top , and backs into the mix after a day or so
tangerine add some more of that orange note and helps to fill in the middle of this mix as the mango is front end of the mix
lemon lime soda adds the needed citrus to contrast the ripe fruit and adds a wetness as a beverage and mixer
We spoke about this recipe here : https://youtu.be/UYOMo1NQRIo
This is a tobacco recipe that reminds me of my grandparents aka "The Gindra's" - my grandfather was always smoking, and my grandmother never missed and opportunity to shove a chocolate in my hand. So this is a combination of that, even though I didnt use any chocolate concentrates in this mix, Red Burly has a chocolate note in it.
Sweet and Smokey - this adds the sweetness and smokey vibe to the tobacco
Red Burley - This tobacco is one of my favourites, it has a chocolate note in it that I really love
Shisha Vanilla - adds the vanilla note, and a smidge of body with the creaminess it has built into it.
This is a delicious tobacco layer. The combination of FLV Turkish Tocacco and FLV Oriental Tobacco create a tobacco flavor with spice and nutty notes.
These pairings go excellent with bourbon and cream. To accentuate the nuttiness in the tobacco blend, I use FLV Kinako Soy.
To build on this layer feel free to add Fig, Dates , or any dark berries.
As talked about on:
Ok so this is my remix of Vapetasia Killer kustard lemon...The foundation of the custard my gotta have Capella V1 & New York cheesecake and my new favorite Flavorah vanilla pudding in addition I needed some sharp vanilla notes Holy vanilla plays that well and Flavor West yellow cake Ties every thing in..My lemon Sicily takes a note @ 2.5% paired with Capella lemon meringue pie @6% Caps LMP is the best for this recipe even though it's
a custard profile. This recipe is better than the original IMO. Steep time is 30days it should turn into a nice light amber color like the original version. You can substitute holy vanilla for Shisha Vanilla and if you feel funny about vaping FW yellow cake leave it out but it won't have the same texture in the custard I was going for....Thanks 😎
This is my take on the classic cocktail Bees Knees - which like many prohibition-era cocktails was invented as a way to hide the scent and flavor of poor quality homemade spirits. The addition of honey was considered bizarre by some at the time, since sugar is more usual. The original cocktail is made with gin, but I felt that Bourbon is a better pairing in this style of cocktail
On the inhale and exhale you get a sweetened honeyed lemonade with a tart blood orange and darker spice notes on the finish
tested in a reload RDA at 60 watts . it is good at 3 days
This mix is based off of the the FOGVLOG layerz episode back bar bitters https://youtu.be/ggxsvyBEPLM
I built off profile that was presented on layerz
The lemon needed some more tartness and VT sour lemon is pretty good at adding that really tart note .. but it is not sour
Honey Bee is light and floral so the golden syrup helps with adding some dark notes
blood orange holds the middle here and connects to the back bar bitters pulling out the orange note
bourbon adds a nice dark warm note to the finish
back bar bitters adds a nice dark spice note that gets your lemon to really pop with a bitter orange note and creates a unique finish