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Agathodaemon
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This is my remix of another famous e-liquid made by Dinner Lady from UK and my contribution to the "Remix Month 2017" by the DIYorDIE community.
As you would expect, the main profile of this e-juice is a rice pudding-flavor and it is topped with raspberries or a raspberry sauce. If you like the original I suggest you give this a try, since it is pretty close to the original. And even if you are not a big fan of Dinner Lady's version, but are attracted to this profile in general, give this a try and please let me know what you're thinking. Many of my friends prefer my version, saying it is more round and full in taste. In my opinion, I have to work a bit on the "rice-flavor" and maybe try other flavorings; please let me know if you have any suggestions on that. Hope you like it and if you do, I'd be very pleased if you leave a small review ;) Enjoy!!

Some "quick" notes:

CAP Horchata / TFA Rice Crunchies

Horchata gives the impression of a rice milk but also leads to some weird off-notes when used to high in this context. I used TFA's Rice Crunchies to add more of a rice flavor to the mix.

TFA Bavarian Cream / FA Fresh Cream / CAP Vanilla Custard

The combination of these three flavourings gives a nice milky impression of a pudding with some vanilla notes. Fresh cream adds some light "milkyness", while Vanilla Custard adds some more heavy and buttery/eggy cream notes, leading to a thicker pudding-like vape experience. The Bavarian Cream adds more vanilla and is used to blend everything together.

CAP Raspberry V2

I used Capella's Raspberry, because I didn't want a too realistic and more syrup-like raspberry flavor as a topping and it does a very good job in this context. Note that I used the V2 just because I don't own V1. Since I don't know if there is a big difference between Version 1 and 2, I can't say for sure that you can substitute V1 for V2, but you probably can...

Mix @ 70/30 VG/PG. You can shake&vape this, but i suggest to let it sit for at least 2-3 days.

The name speaks for itself: This is a simple recipe for an "Apple Strawberry Jam"-vape, inspired by Goldfish's famous "Apple Buttah", a recipe I like very much. I came up with this recipe during the first round of Beginner Blending's Mixxed Competition. In my opinion it was a bit too close to "Apple Buttah" so I decided not to submit it in the comp, but it is definitely very tasty and worth mixing it! Nevertheless it helped me to find the right balance between FA Fuji and TPA Strawberry Ripe for my actual recipe for round one, "Apple Strawberry Roll".

FA Fuji Apple
Fuji apple is the most authentic fresh apple flavoring I know. 2% turned out to be enough to be recognized without overpowering the strawberry.

TFA Strawberry Ripe
Again, IMO the most authentic strawberry out there and my favorite strawberry flavoring. 2.5% turned out to be the right amount to blend in with FA Fuji.

FA Liquid Amber and CAP Butter Cream
Both are used to turn the strawberry and the apple to a jam, blend them together and add some sweetness.

TFA Cinnamon Danish Swirl
CDS is used mainly for the small touch of cinnamon. CAP CDS was one of the basket ingredients for the 1st round of Mixxed Competition and works as well, but I prefer TPA's version in this recipe.

CAP Vanilla Custard (v1)
VC again found its way into one of my recipes. Its purpose is to add the vanilla note to mix and also thickening up the whole vape.

Notes:
Mixed at 70/30 (VG/PG). Steep: can be "shaked&vaped" but best after 2-3 days.

"Pears under Palms" is a creamy pear-coconut milk-green tea-smoothie and my recipe for the 1st Beginner Blendings Mixxed Competition Finals. If you like creamy and fruity vapes, this one is for you. On the inhale you get a slightly sour pear-note which, on the exhale, turns into a creamy smoothie with a sweet green tea and mild coconut undertone. I hope you like it as much as I do.
This round was again pretty hard for me because I created three very different recipes which came out pretty nice IMO. It was a hard decision and I hope I chose the right one to win the comp ;) I'm probably going to release at least one of the other two recipes when the contest is over. Good luck to the other three contestants!

Attention: For the coconut I used Jungle Flavors (JF) Coconut!!! Unfortunatly I couldn't find it in the flavor list, so I used TPA's as a placeholder!!!!!

FA Pear
I wanted to keep pear as the main profile and FA Pear is a very realistic one IMO. You can probably add a bit TPA Pear to highlight it a bit more, but being limited in the number of flavors to put in I chose not to do so.

FA Fuji Apple & FA Lemon Sicily
I used Fuji and Lemon Sicily to boost the pear and to make it a bit brighter und upfront. Both used at low percentages to not overpower the pear.

FA Whipped Cream & TPA Bavarian Cream & FW Hazelnut
These are obviously the cream components. I added Bavarian Cream to make it a bit sweeter and I found that, after a few days steep, it blended very good with the coconut and gave a coconut-milk like taste. The hazelnut served as enhancer for the creams and again brings everything together.

TPA Green Tea
About 2 % added a nice sweat green tea flavor, creating an overall more interesting vape-experience.

JF Coconut
For the coconut I used Jungle Flavors (JF) Coconut at 0.7%!!! Unfortunatly I couldn't find it in the flavor list, so I put in TPA's as a placeholder which might work as a replacement as well!!!!! JF Coconut is my favorite coconut flavor at the moment. I used it under 1% because in combination with the creams it tends to mute the fruit flavors after a while. It takes about a 2-3 days steep to sit down in the mix and not to be to dominant.

TPA Sweetener
I used just about 1 drop/10 mL to add a bit more sweetness to the mix. Add more if you like but beware that it potentially mutes the fruits as well.

Notes: mixed at 80/30 (VG/PG). Steep: minimum steep over night, best after 3-5 days.

This recipe has been entered in a contest: Beginner Blending MIXXED Round 3

Dewy-Granate is a fresh and IMO realistic tasting mix of honeydew melon and pomegranate. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!

FA Pomegranate
FA's Pomegranate is my favorite pomegranate flavor, because it is so close to the actual fruit. It's both sweet and tart and has a hint of bitterness, like the original fruit. It is not so easy to blend in fruit mixes, because it easily overwhelms a lot of other fruits. But I found it works pretty good in this mix.

INW Melon & CAP Cantaloupe
The combination of these two melon flavors gave the best result for a realistic honeydew melon flavor. INW Melon is a bit strong, so I used it at a low percentage. It has the tendency to be a bit "throaty" in the fresh mix, which goes away after a few days of steep.

Notes: mixed at 80/30 (VG/PG). Steep: minimum steep over night, best after 2-4 days.

This recipe has been entered in a contest: DOD WORLD MIXERS II Round 1
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Have you ever asked yourself what's inside Donkey Kong's barrels? What does a monkey do with barrels besides throwing them like crazy towards unwanted guests? On my way through the flavor-jungle called "Beginner Blending: Mixxed Competition", I found the answer. The only logical purpose must be: he uses these barrels to steep his favorite e-juice ;)

"Donkey Kong's Secret" is a composure of creamy bananas and peanuts with a nutty RY4-tobacco note, steeped in old oak barrels. Enjoy!

TPA Banana Cream
No doubt: Donkey Kong loves bananas. And what else should a banana-expert use than the best banana flavor out there.

TPA Peanut Butter
Every monkey likes peanuts. TFA Peanut Butter adds a nice peanut taste to the juice that blends good with the banana and the nutty aspect of FA Soho.

TPA Bavarian Cream
Adds more creaminess and a tasty vanilla note to the mix.

FA Soho
FA Soho is a RY4-like tobacco flavor with a very nutty and woody character. Being a weaker flavor, compared to other FA flavors, I used it around 5-7% depending on how much of a tobacco note I wanted.

TPA Red Oak
Red Oak adds a more woody note to the juice, creating the impression that the juice steeped in Donkey Kong's oak barrels.

FW Butterscotch Ripple
FW Butterscotch Ripple adds a caramel note and turns the FA Soho even more to a RY4-tobacco. Moreover it adds some sweetness to the juice and blends together the whole mix. If you like it a bit darker and more sweet you can substitute FW Butterscotch Ripple for FA Butterscotch @ 0.5%.

TPA Sweetener
Take a look at Donkey Kong's hostage (I think her name was Pauline) and you'll know: he likes it sweet ;) Add to your liking between 0.2 to 1% TFA sweetner.

Notes:
Mixed at 70/30 (VG/PG). Steep: minimum Steep over night, best after 3-5 days.

This recipe has been entered in a contest: Beginner Blending MIXXED Round 2

Apple Strawberry Roll

This is my take on an "Apple Strawberry Roll"- vape. An old recipe created by my grandma. This cake is original made by painting a bright cake batter with strawberry jam, adding fresh shredded apple, some vanilla and a hint of cinnamon, rolling it up and of course baking it ;) So yummy... My take came out pretty close, close enough to bring me back in time to my grandma's kitchen. Enjoy!

FA Fuji Apple
I don't have to say much about this. Fuji apple is the most authentic fresh apple flavoring I know. If I was allowed to use more than 6 flavors for this recipe, I'd probably add some INW Two Apples to give it a more baked apple style taste. 2% turned out to be enough to be recognized without overpowering the strawberry. (Unfortunately I wasn't able to get my hands on JF Fuji, because I'm from Europe and no vendor here has it in stock atm.)

TFA Strawberry Ripe
Again, IMO the most authentic strawberry out there and my favorite strawberry flavoring. 2.5% turned out to be the right amount to blend in with FA Fuji.

FA Liquid Amber
LA is used to turn the strawberry to a jam-like filling and to blend in with the apple.

CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl
CDS is used mainly for the small touch of cinnamon and adding an extra note to the bakery element. 0.6% was best for me, adding more than 0.75% resulted in a muting effect on the fruits.

CAP Vanilla Custard (v1)
VC again found its way into one of my recipes. Its purpose is to add the vanilla note as well as a buttery note to the bakery, and also thickening up the whole vape.

CAP Cake Batter
To find the right bakery flavoring was the hardest decision for this recipe. I usually use more than one flavoring to create a bakery style of vape. For this recipe I try several bakery-style flavorings (FA Cookie, FA Nonna's Cake, INW Biscuit, CAP Sugar Cookie, TFA/FW Graham Cracker,...) but CAP Cake Batter was the one closest to what I was aiming for.

Notes:
Mixed with around 80% VG and 3mg nicotine. Best after min. 7-10 days steep.

This recipe has been entered in a contest: Beginner Blending MIXXED Round 1
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