I wasn't able to talk about these on the show if you were listening, had a little weather event. So let me drop some quick notes for you all.
Melon rind... Tested it 1.5% didn't get a watermelon rind no more of a dry cantaloupe. Super fucking weird and I'm sure we can think ID10-T for getting this into production. Wasn't really sure what to do with it to a dinner recipe with some cream and was really surprised how well it accents the custard.
Sweet and Smokey tobacco... Just like the name States it's definitely sweet has a nice Smoky flavor, also picking up some cash this is a no-brainer FLV does tobacco use nobody else
Marshmallow vanilla... Another great vanilla flavoring, the name doesn't really do it justice. It's a sort of ice cream topping marshmallow. I went through buy original tester in less than an hour.
Smoked butterscotch... It's not one of their new flavorings. great butterscotch flavor I don't personally get a lot of smoke. In this recipe it is more of an accent.
Custard... I just threw in my favorite, if you know your shit, you can probably put any custard you would like at your preferred percentage.
So why is this recipe called John Cena.... Well you can't mix me 😁😁😁 at least not yet.
Wonderful strawberry citrus Mimosa with the perception of effervescence, and a great sweet and bitter contrast. These new FLV flavorings are going to be game changers. If you want to hear some flavor notes me kopal and concrete will be on mix life tonight at 8 Pacific time.
Edit: the show is cancelled this week ☹️ I guess we'll just have to build the anticipation make sure to tune in next week
I've been working on a Samoan girl scout cookie forever!!! This is my latest, turned out really good.
The recipes a little coconut forward, on a shake and vape., the coconut does fade, I haven't found a coconut that doesn't yet.
Shortbread cookie base- JF biscuit, TPA butter and
FA vanillaa classic come together to create a delicious shortbread cookie.
Coconut - sweet coconut with a touch of f l v coconut to make it slightly more authentic and it helps keep the coconut from fading after steeping.
Chocolate - they've trained Devon cream and FLD milk chocolate in my opinion are the two best chocolate flavorings on the market. JF milk chocolate is a suitable substitute if you do not have FLV s offering.
Butterscotch - FLVS butterscotch does a nice job here.Toyed with the idea of adding fa caramel as a supporting flavor. didn't really feel like it was necessary in this recipe if you find the butterscotch lacking .25 fa caramel should give it more body.
Trying out some different accents for my last recipe, this is one of them I really enjoyed. Just going to go over the differences,and why I pick certain ingredients.
The first and most obvious got rid of the peach, and put in green apple. CAP green apple hard candy, is a great green apple candy flavor, that pairs perfectly with, FLV fire cinnamon. Also added a little FA pair to accent the Apple and melon.
Reduced the amount of vanilla swirl in this recipe. I made 120 mil test batch of mrs. Claus dirty melon milk, and it's gone 😋 so obviously I really enjoyed it. That said, I knew we should get away with reducing the vanilla swirl by a few percentage points.
Sincerely hope you enjoy, happy holidays!!!
Bonus recipe, this one was from last year, and still one of my favorites.
Okay I'll be the first to admit this is some weird shit!
Insanely creamy on the inhale, with a sweet and juicy melon top note, in the middle of the vape, you are hit with an insane amount of delicious vanilla, that blends in flawlessly with FLV peach, the edition of FLV cinnamon gives it a spicy counterpoint, to all the creamy, sweet, deliciousness that is going on.
can't really give you any steeping notes, I literally made this a few hours ago, just so good I couldn't wait to share it.
Super sweet can be substituted out for whatever your preferred sweetener. Or just leave it out if that's not your thing.
FLV Rich cinnamon, there are a number of cinnamons that could work here, FLV fire cinnamon is next on my list to try, I think it just might fit the profile better. If cinnamon is not your thing, nutmeg, cardamom, Ginger, and clove should all provide a nice contrast to the recipe.
FLV cream- 000 creamy milky undertones
Okay so all the percentages are 2% maybe it's not exactly a 1-2-3 recipe.
FLV cream + FLV vanilla bean= stick Rich delicious and absolutely amazing vanilla cream add to that they're mouth watering blood orange, and you have a simple mix packed full of flavor.
As far as substitution go I'm sure you could substitute any one of these ingredients or something in Your Arsenal. That said you should really pick these up it is a fantastic recipe the way it is!!!
On a personal note I'm headed to Vegas for the The first-ever Vape Expo to feature DIY if you happen to be there please stop by and say hello.
Inspiration for this recipe came from a friend of mine he's trying to quit smoking and ask for a clove tobacco. Thanks to the awesome box I happen to have one clove flavor. After a little single flavor testing I came up with this.
Most of the ingredients here are tried-and-true favorites, so the notes on this one are going to be pretty quick.
INW biscuit - a dry buttery cookie flavor with a light coconut flavor. If you don't already have it you should. jungle flavors biscuit is an acceptable substitution Some people prefer JF I'm not one of them.
TPA butter - near and dear to my heart, it taste like butter.
DL clove - I played around with a few tobacco's I'm not the best at describing them but here we go. A sharp ashy clove tobacco flavor with earthy Woody undertones. Reminds me of pumpkin spice as a shake and vape, the clove is very strong and spicy. As with most of the delosi flavors, it fades pretty quickly, after 3 days it was no longer overpowering and started to fit into the profile nicely. After a week it's perfect.
FA cookie - a great single flavor cookie, a little on the dry side. The list of suitable substitutions here, is almost endless. Just to name a few jungle flavors, real flavors super concentrate, and cap sugar cookie. That said this is a staple flavoring and and should definitely be in Your Arsenal.
JF dulce de leche - another one of my favorites, this flavor is super dense, Smooth, rich, and creamy, with caramel, and brown sugar undertones. As a shake and vape tends to comes off very brown sugar, as with most good things it needs time. Here is a full review if you're interested.
FLV vanilla bean - This is one of my favorite vanilla flavorings, is dead on vanilla bean!! Hats off to the folks at FLV they knock this one out of the park.
A pretty simple cookie recipe with an amazing room note!!!! I'm not kidding this stuff smells fantastic.
have you ever thrown to recipes together just to see what they taste like? Then spend the next two weeks, trying to figure out how to improve upon what was already a fantastic! I tried countless variations on this recipe, chasing a profile I already had. I finally came to my senses, and just combined the two recipes at a 50/50 ratio. I did come up with some pretty tasty seach recipes so I'm sure this is not the last one I will release. what the fuck is a seach you ask? well it's not really a thing, until now🤯🤯🤯
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A nice smooth cream, very Dairy tasting with no egg flavor. Moderately buttery with no vanilla and just a hint of sweetness.
Rich butter with a hint of cream, and a great pecan aftertaste.
This is a much more realistic representation of the sweet and tart strawberry with just a hint of the candy flavor.
Creamy and rich super smooth ice-cream with the perfect vanilla. Not artificial Not spicy moderately eggy, heavy on the dairy, fairly sweet, and that super rich butter & cream you expect in an ice cream or custard.
A light bittersweet chocolate, with just a hint of cream or milk.
Sweet, rich with a great bittersweet chocolate flavor. Just a perfectly moist, and creamy fudge brownie.
Rich and sweet with a smooth buttery flavor. Creamy with a hint of vanilla and that fantastic Sweet Bitter cocoa butter flavor.
Sweet and tart very candy like strawberry flavor.
Nice and creamy dairy, moderately eggy, very buttery without being greasy with a smooth Rich vanilla, and in my opinion the perfect level of sweetness.
sweet and syrupy with a nice cereal flavor very light on the cinnamon
Grainy and slightly sweet great representation of cereal.
Smooth and light cream, very sweet with just a touch of egg, very light vanilla, and a hint of butter.
Smooth rich chocolate, halfway between semi-sweet milk chocolate and dark chocolate.
Smooth rich cream with a moderate butter flavor, and light egg flavor. Light vanilla, and a very heavy Dairy Flavour, and very sweet.
Light and smooth milk chocolate with just a hint of bitterness. Slightly buttery and semi-sweet.
Super Rich cream with a hint of vanilla, a touch of almond, and a very light touch of white chocolate. Slightly eggy, very buttery, and a very light sweet note.
Smooth and rich vanilla with a heavy Dairy, very buttery, and a well-balanced sweetness that really makes the vanilla pop.
Raw coconut with out the natural sweetness or sugars found in coconut.
More chocolate coffee then a cream, light on the vanilla, and cream, no perceptible almond, there is a hint of smoky whiskey flavor used at most Irish Cream.
Cream whipped to perfection, ( just before it turns into butter ), it's a light fluffy Dairy moderately sweet with none of the eggy or vanilla properties you find another creams and custards.
Crisp and juicy with the perfect sweet-tart snap, a very realistic Fuji apple, (I swear I can taste the skin of the Apple, and the sweet perfect fruit underneath) natural sugar flavor you'd expect from an apple without tasting artificial.
Nice smooth vanilla not extremely prevalent, but still noticeable in combination with a buttery and sweet cream base.
Predominantly Ginger flavoring with hints of citrus. (lemon, lime, orange)Bitter, Sweet, and Tart all at the same time. Innowera has a flavor description up saying it includes cinnamon and anise, I'm getting the sense of anise, I don't really taste the cinnamon at all.
Cereal like blueberry with a sweet tart snap.
Chocolatey, creamy, and smooth. Chocolate is a little Tootsie Roll like and slightly chalky, which adds a little something extra to the cream.
Sweet tart lemon flavor, with a hint of that hard candy sweetness.
Smooth sweet cream with a sharp vanilla, and a lite buttery finish.
A sweet and tart blueberry, emphasis on the sweet, and I don't know how else to describe it but it tastes blue.
Tart with a light sweetness, slightly acidic, and light floral notes.
First things that stand out to me are the cinnamon and the crust, followed by a syrupy cherry flavor. The Cherry is very true to the name pie filling without tasting like cough syrup. The crust tests like graham cracker with a little butter and a touch of cinnamon.
Super sweet with an earthy floral accent. Savory and Light with just a touch of bitterness gives it completely and contrast. More of a natural syrupy sweetness like stevia or agave not sugary.
Relatable Flavors Reminds me of drinking agave nectar with a touch of rose water, or orange blossom.
Fluffy light cream, nice and buttery with a slightly overpowering sweetness.
Sweet & tart with a light Berry flavor, and a light Floral Accent.
Sweet syrupy with and lightly tart and sour note. Definitely a cantaloupe flavor (maybe a hint of honeydew in there ) very realistic even get that creamy mouth feel you get when eating a cantaloupe.
Bitter & tart with a light sweetness. (syrupy not sugary, a little like maple syrup or honey)
Slightly piney with a rich floral accent, together they are savory and definitely have umami.
Very strong grape flavor, bright and pronounced, sweet and syrupy. And I feel as though I'm getting a light background Apple flavor.
Sweet & sour plum flavoring with a light hint of smoke, giving it Contrast and just the right amount of sour to set off sweet notes. This one definitely has unami sweet savory and delicious.