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AutomaticFailure
Has 6 recipes, 6 public recipes.
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A little over a year later and newly release flavors, the old fashioned is back, baby!

Get it out of the way...
Quick flavor notes.

FA Brandy - Brings a smooth, almost syrupy booze note. I don't get much sting from brandy in general, so FA does the trick. If you want more punch, add some TFA Kentucky Bourbon for an alcoholic kick. Also heard VT makes a decent brandy with more of a boozy kick.

FLV Back Bar Bitters - This is it. This is angostura bitters. No doubt 100%. The low percentage gives a nice spice note while not being overpowering to the mix.

VT Fizzy Sherbert/CAP Lemon Lime - Thanks to AlfredPudding for the Fizzy Sherbert suggestion. This combo brings a nice bright, semi carbonated Sprite feel. Keep it a 1:1 ratio to raise or lower the amount of soda you'd prefer.

FW Orange / FW Maraschino Cherry/CAP Super Sweet - While they are muddled at the bottom of a glass and cherries are topped, there is a sweet citrusy yet sticky aroma when drinking a Old Fashioned. Of course, this is a sweet.

The best part about this recipe is that it's completely tweakable. Think of it as visiting multiple bars around town, they all seem to have their own way of creating this drink. Forgot the sugar cubes? It's 1:59am and the bartender filled your glass 80% with brandy? There was only a splash of soda? You can do that. There doesn't seem to be a combination that doesn't work.

I feel this is a recipe that will never die for me, but for now, LAST CALL!

Thanksgiving day. Well, since I know we are all looking for that savory meaty vape, figured I'd whip up the next best thing, mashed taters.

Here's the 'development' notes, more like the thought process.

FE Sweet Rice / FE Taro - Needed some starchy substance. While Sweet Rice has a good starch to it, Taro gives that dry earthly like potato note.
INW Yes, We Cheesecake - This is just a decent plain cheesecake. I used it low to give some body to the Sweet Rice / Taro.
OoO Milky Undertones - Add some creaminess / dairy to the overall potato mix.
TFA Butter - Who eats their mashed potatoes plain? You damn savages.

Is it perfect? Oh, hell no. Could I work on it over and over? Sure. Did I just mix something up for the fun of it? Oh yeah.
Really, I just wanted to see if it was even possible with what I have. It's more of a concept than anything. Off a shake, the Taro is just strong and there is an overall mild potato butteryness. Not much in the way of creamy note but the idea is there. Maybe after a few days it will incorporate better... or worse? I don't know.

Happy Thanksgiving y'all. Hope you get fat, drunk, and pass out in a Best Buy to get those Black Friday deals.

The recipe should seem obvious for what does what. I know ya'll don't like to read, so keeping this short and simple.

Peanut Butter / Sun Seed - Creates the outside nut cluster. The addition of Sun Seed boosts the fuck out of the nuts and blends perfectly with Peanut Butter for a raw, almost soft like peanut.

Butterscotch / Caramel - That layer protects the nuts from the white stuff while adding a creamy sweetness to the mix.

Vanilla / Marshmallow / Meringue - Needed to fill that soft, semi-flakey center of the roll. It sits in your mouth with a soft, almost chewy texture.

Great of a shake abit Sun Seed overtakes this recipe at first, better after about a day or two.

Could have turned this into a fanfict, but fuck that.
Just vape my nuts.

Went for an ice cream, came out more like a creamsicle. Fuck.

Steep for at least 5 days to mellow the yellow (see what I did there) out the Dew and let the creams cream stuff.

If you have to leave with one thing about people from Wisconsin, we love to drink!

A bit of a prologue
Since starting DIY, this was the recipe I knew I had to create. The first seven iterations I was able to make something that resembled this staple drink. After a year away and trying different recipes, I came back to what brought me here. With more knowledge and more flavors, this is the closest I am willing to take this mix.
Sure, some tweaking could help round out everything a little more, but in the end, it satisfies.

WARNING: INW Shisha Punch is potent as fuck. Use this at 1 drop per 15ml.

TFA Brandy / TFA Kentucky Bourbon - What's an Old Fashioned without the brandy? TFA's version is a bit more thick and syrupy than I would like, it's subtle and blends in the middle while adding some body. Bourbon is used low to enhance the Brandy and give more of the alcoholic sting in the throat.
TFA Brown Sugar / INW Shisha Punch - Big shoutout to @CriticalVape for finding the almost near perfect aromatic bitters mix. Even at low percentages, the amount of spice that is added really brings this vape to another level.
CAP Lemon Lime - Us Wisconsinites mix our Old Fashioned with Sprite. Lemon Lime brings out that bright, somewhat bubbly feel overall. After a shake, it does have a plasticy off note, but dies down after about a day steep.
FW Orange / FW Maraschino Cherry / TFA Sweetener - If you are unfamiliar with how this drink is made, a few cherries and a slice of orange are muddled in the glass with a sugar cube. These three flavors try to represent that mixture. While the cherry kind of hides in the mix, the orange tends to be upfront and overall present throughout the vape. Of course, sweetener enhances these notes. while rounding out the sharpness of the Lemon Lime and Orange.

Right off a shake, it's completely vapable, I do recommend about a day or two to kill off those off notes.

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I figured since we are now eating em, we may as well vape em too.

This was quickly thrown together... never to be mixed again.

FA Whiskey - Gives it a bite. Something subtle in the backend to throw off everything. Adds that soapy hand sanitizer.

JF Marshmallow - The pods sit on a bed of chalk. At a higher percentage, the dry marshmallow adds to a whole bite.

FA Orange / Lime Tahity / Liquid Amber / HS Blueberry - Based off the blue and orange pods, easily needed a fruit note. Orange is self explanitory while the Blueberry needed a more 'green' note sting. The Lime Tahity brings on that Pledge lemon, while Liquid Amber gives a gel feel overall.

CAP Jelly Candy - Some plastic note, almost waxy coating.

CAP Super Sweet - Wayne told me to.

User: AutomaticFailure Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
I don't know what it is about this recipe, but I can't stop vaping it. I don't have TPA VC but I've been subbing it with CAP VC and it's just amazing. There is a nice creamyness with that hint of RY4/soho mix that just blends together perfectly. Works amazing in both tanks and rdas.
User: AutomaticFailure Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Taste just like a spoonful of CTC with that hint of milk to it. Could almost say 'end of the bowl' as well.
User: AutomaticFailure Score: 4 Entered: about 2 years ago
Honestly, I was kind of skeptical of this recipe. I figured with so much cream flavors that it wouldn't taste that great off a shake. Oh boy was I wrong! This is a super creamy mix with a hint of green tea and a backend of crispness. I personally think that you could do without some of the creams and condense it down some, but as it is now, this is pretty great.
User: AutomaticFailure Score: None Entered: over 1 year ago
I saw this before but never said anything. Now that I know you delete your posts after being called out... Should I let it slide? Nah. Dude, cmon. How hard is it to credit and make a derivative of? I don't even post that many recipes and you've already remixed 2/3 of my listed recipes. Dafuq man?
User: AutomaticFailure Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
God damn. I love this. It's my goto for any squonks I have. The only flavor I can vape all day. Good job man. You made me run out of Strawberry and Bavarian Cream because of it.
User: AutomaticFailure Score: 4 Entered: 4 months ago
I was actually surprised by this recipe. So simple yet so smooth and nice. As someone who has a tough time with strawberries, I can actually taste something, even if a little starbursty. Sadly, after the first vape or so, I can no longer get strawberry but I do get a nice thick pudding, so it's still a win for me. Like ID10-T said, I need to play with this combo and mix other 2%-ers in here.
User: AutomaticFailure Score: 4 Entered: 4 months ago
Gotta say, this is definitely better after a steep. Off a shake, it's a cheesecake that was drowned in lemon juice, but after a steep, holy damn! Thick AF cheesecake with a very subtle lemon note. Not overpowering, just dense.. Personally, I don't get that much meringue and it's missing a crust, so I can't quite consider it a lemon meringue pie. This is more a of just the cheesecake filling. I think I've been spoiled by the Lemon Tart Remix. I'd suggest finding a way to incorporate a crust and a chalkyish meringue note. Although, I wish I had more bottles to make a bigger size. Great job.
User: AutomaticFailure Score: 5 Entered: 2 months ago
This is an odd but great recipe. I got no suggestions or anything. I quite enjoy this and it works great as a DL or MTL vape.
User: AutomaticFailure Score: 5 Entered: 3 days ago
Not bad at all. I was a bit worried with the LB Pink Lemonade, but this goes down quite smooth. It's a pink lemonade, no doubt. Good job.
User: AutomaticFailure Score: 5 Entered: 1 day ago
Mixed this up, yet subbed VT Bilberry for FA Bilberry at 1%. I get one of two things going on here. Knowing what is inside this mix, I definitely taste the melon mix going on. (Honestly, I think that's a downfall with DIY in general, is that you know what is in the mix, so your brain pinpoints those flavors out) Which, if that's what this was supposed to be, you got my vote. Now, if you were to hand this to me, blindly, and just say 'Vape this!' I can totally see the grape aspect here. It seems as if you deskinned a red grape and just popped it in my mouth. There is a watery, yet textured aspect to it. A more natural of the vine grape than that bullshit purple candy grape. Either way you look at it, it's good.
User: AutomaticFailure Score: 3 Entered: 1 day ago
So, here is my dealio with this. I've never tried YIG, have always wanted to try YIG, can never push myself to buy YIG... So take what I say with a grain of salt. Now, this isn't really about the mix itself but I feel that when that week of steeping comes and you still think it needs more time, it's probably better to go back to the drawing board. Not saying you are wrong or anything, but steeping isn't going to make a trash recipe great. It will make a decent/good recipe better. Off a shake, this isn't terrible. You are probably on the right track with using TFA Oatmeal Cookie and FA Blackcurrant as Grimm has mentioned him and Ruby Roo were both making a 'blackcurrant style' recipe of their own and with my attempts at cloning Lane Cove's Myee, FA Blackcurrant is definitely the right choice. Oatmeal Cookie seems to hit weird, but given the time these were possibly produced, the company/flavor seems right. I'd say that even though I haven't had YIG, I feel the 'cookie' part needs some revamping. It's more of just a oatmeal 'spice' flavor without much cookie. The blackcurrant does seem a little weak and it could be in part that the Pazzo flavors are more intended for higher percentages. Maybe swap the two or leave out King altogether. Then again, it could be this is just off of a shake and I am too impatient and quick to judge. I'll attempt to come back and revise my statements after a week, see if anything changes.
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