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ConcreteRiver
Has 397 recipes, 24 public recipes.
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Description: I am super interested in your version of strawberries and cream. I promise.
Interests: What you got?
Location: Colfax, WA

24 Shared E-Liquid Recipes found


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Cactus and Blueberry? It's more of a feeling than a flavor. One of my favorites, but has no actual flavor reference point. The cactus, bilberry, and banana play off each other really nice and then the dragonfruit adds sweetness and smooths the entire thing into one cohesive flavor. It's Smooth, Floral, and a just a bit sweet. I mix at 75% VG. You can shake and vape, but 3 days mellows the cactus out and lets everything homogenize.

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Sweet Guava with tart grapefruit and hops bitterness. Thick, dense, and juicy.

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Elderflower cordial. Think St. Germain. I'm still waiting to be rocketed into the fourth dimension of existence. Until then, I'm going to miss cocktails... I mix at 75% VG. Certified shake and vape. Actually a bit better fresh before the champagne mutes everything all to shit.

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Juicy, creamy ruby red grapefruit. I mix 75% vg, steep for a week to let the citrus settle and the vanillas show up.

User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Gorgeous.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Big fan of this juice. This has some really interesting flavors that play really well together. Great mouthfeel, as well.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Perfectly balanced and tasty as all hell. Mix this. It's that good.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Luscious? Terrifying? I think this juice shows a great grasp of how all of these flavors interact. It's a tone poem.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Very mildly sweet, complex without being distracting, and floral without being overwhelming. I'm into it.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
I'm super into this idea. It's a unique profile that uses just 4 ingredients that everyone already has. I get a smooth, creamy (but non-dairy) mouthful of white haribo gummy bears. It's sweet with just a tiny hint of bitterness from the high percentage of dragonfruit. It's well balanced. I'm a non-strawberry taster, so factor that in. Works better for me in a tank than dripping. It's ADV territory if the flavor is your thing, as it doesn't have any sharp edges to burn you out on the flavor. Good idea, good execution.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
All of the fruit flavors in here work really well together. It's definitely one of those most realistic-tasting uses of pineapple that I've had. The banana is also excellent. Smooth texture, great flavor. The orange cream scared me a bit at first, but it definitely mellows into a team player with steep time. It's a nice example of a cohesive blend of flavors as opposed to the thinking that everything has to be sprinkled or drizzled with something else.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
Tasty as all hell. Nailed the profile, and vapes like a dream.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 4 Entered: about 2 years ago
Really really interesting and a great use of basil. Takes a solid week to pull the juice together. Sweet and floral. I'm interested to see where this one goes.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
Blueberry note is fantastic. Very blueberry forward, but the pastry acts as a wonderful complement. Gorgeous.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
Fantastic. Great cookie note, and tastes a bit like actual pumpkin. The spice mix is used judiciously and accentuates the pumpkin well. Sweet, fluffy, and interesting.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
Mango-forward for me, with strong pineapple accents. Absolutely nailed the mango here. I'm searching a bit for the colada part, especially the rum... but that mango is too good to give this anything but 5 stars.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
A balanced and absolutely delicious recipe. That milkshake base is on point, but the guanabana is the start of the show. It's got a just barely unfamiliar fruit taste that keeps you coming back for more. Awesome stuff and really smart mixing.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 4 Entered: about 2 years ago
Tastes a lot like a really awesome lemon cake milkshake. I'm head over heels for the use of TPA Malted Milk here as well. I'd go a different direction if you want a hyper-realistic lemonade, but if you just want delicious then hells yeah, mix this up.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
This is so ridiculously up my alley, so YMMV. Really great use of jelly candy, rhubarb, and FA Raspberry. Sweet, fluffy, and sticky, but the rhubarb keeps it from getting cloying. I personally don't get a lot of strawberry, but it does a good job adding sweetness and backing up the raspberry. If you like INW Rhubarb, mix this.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
Really nice. A great addition to a sugar cookie base. I like how balanced and integrated the actual apple manages to feel and taste here. Just enough punch without crossing into something distractingly strong. I've got to throw a bunch of heat at this to get over the sour note I get from CDS, but I'm inclined to think that is more my damage than a fault in the recipe.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
Really solid stuff. I had to sub out the FW Rings for FW Flakes, but I'm digging this. Balance is on point. Definitely sweet but not cloying. Good grainy note and excellent cereal volume. Cream tastes like legit cereal milk. Guanabana is a left field choice, but it just works and blends in seamlessly. If this is shameless pandering, then sign me up.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: almost 2 years ago
Do you want to vape Gluhwein for some reason? If so, this is super on point. Absolutely nails the taste and mouthfeel of mulled wine. If you're interested in the profile at all, give this a shot. Seriously, spooky accurate.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: almost 2 years ago
Bright strawberry right up front, the forest mix brings some extra depth to that potent candy strawberry up front. Between the hops, cactus, and absinthe, this ends up tasting like strawberry-basil. It's a sweeter recipe, but it manages to avoid pushing that sweetness too far into that herbal backend and ruining the balance. All in all, really refreshing, interesting, and well-balanced.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
A balanced, refreshing springtime vape. Light bit of really pleasant tart brightness from the lemons and bilberry, and a smooth full mouthfeel from the Cactus. The hibiscus here is super interesting and refreshing, without really pushing into "floral" overall. I'm a strawberry non-taster, but I still really enjoyed the overall level of sweetness here from the Red Touch. I'd personally add a touch of mint/menthol or koolada here, but that's because I like how refreshing and balanced this is and would love to take it past spring and into hotter summer days. Great stuff.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Really good spring vape. Juicy melon and bright, lightly floral hibiscus with a red berry almost Hawaiian Punch light musk to it. I lose the distinct character of the pear a bit with everything else going on, but it works to sweeten and pull the entire vape together. Super well-balanced and satisfyingly sweet. Personally I'd like a touch less pear, but that only because the rest of the juice is a bit more interesting... but I definitely enjoy this as it's mixed right now.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
ID10-T is only partly wrong. The pudding base is indeed fantastic, but the secret sauce here is definitely that Soursop and Hops. Seriously, a pretty inspired combination and the earthiness and bitter edge makes this so much more interesting than a straight guanabana pudding would be. Between this and Batido de Guanabana, you can just have the custard apples.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Tried via Mixer's Club. Takes a couple drags to come together, but when it does this is an excellent warm herbal tea vape. Tea forward, but with just the right amount of cream to smooth the entire thing out and make it really nice and relaxing. Good balance of floral, citrus, earthy, and creamy.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
I dug this with 1% less Honeysuckle, and I can't imagine the addition changes the experience much. The macaron base here is absolutely on point. Taste is dead on to profile, and a bonus I can see people stealing and abusing that 2/2/2 thing and running with it. I like the mango/honeysuckle thing going on as well. It sits just far enough into the base and gives you a (relatively) subtle flavor like you'd get from an actual macaron. Great stuff.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
I'm really enjoying this. I'm a big fan of cactus, but I don't really find the taste to be dominating the other ingredients here. It's more working, with the blackcurrant, to give the entire thing a really dense, slightly waxy mouthfeel that is really interesting and a lot better than it sounds. The Kiwi-Strawberry provides a focus for the recipe, and the rest of it just kind of settles in around that note while the cucumber and lime provide a bright, refreshing counterpoint. I do get a little more of the toasted marshmallow than I thought I would looking at the recipe, and it adds a bit of interest to the tail end of the exhale. At 75%, the koolada would normally be on the high side for me, but I feel like it lightens up the entire thing pretty effectively. It's well balanced, interesting, and refreshing.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Tried this via mixer's club. This is an excellent cookie dough vape, which is something I never though I'd be typing out in a review... but here we are. I like the level of chocolate, the heaviness, the vanilla, the buttery notes from the VBIC, and the wax from the VBG. What I'm missing is the ice cream here. I know the concentrates are in there, and it should totally taste like ice cream, but that cookie dough base just soaks up all that richness that you've thrown at it. I feel like the "correct" way to rate this would be to bitch about that, and leave something other than a 5. But with that said, I'm just impressed as hell with the cookie dough here, and I'm rating this more by how tasty this is, and not strict accuracy to the description.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Excellent stuff. Smart mixing, and really dead on to profile. Accurate coconut milk, all the way. I've noticed this works better for me in a high-resistance, low wattage setup. It can get a tad buttery at higher wattages with a lot of air, I think it does a much better job staying creamy in a more sedate kind of setup. Overall pretty great.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
I did the Pear / ws-23 version and I'd definitely recommend stepping your game up. Mango forward, with a blood orange accent. Cooling level with the ws-23 is dead on. Texture is also a thing to behold. My only (extremely limited) point of contention is that the peach is maybe just a bit clearer than I'd expect from the profile but it's delicious and you kind of have to be looking for it to notice it. Great stuff, and, without hyperbole, absolutely fantastic.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
**Do you want to vape pickles?** This is a question you must ask yourself. If you would like to vape pickles, then this is about as good as it's going to get, barring a great leap forward in pickle vape technology. By itself, OOO Pickle, smells like the inside of a mcdonalds cheeseburger. It has this weird sweet onion thing going on that's a bit off-putting. This recipe is going to be one of the best ways to get around that. The cactus and cucumber help to moisten and thin out the pickle a bit. The cooling really helps to mask some of that weirdness. And the bitter wizard further tamps down the sweet onion note and reduces it to more of a dull roar of garlic in the background. I'm rating this as someone who a)wanted to vape pickles, b) understands that OOO pickle is a bit of an imperfect tool for which I know of no direct, easily available substitute, and c) can't think of a better way to approach this profile. That's where the high rating is coming from. Is it worth trying this if you have no interest in the profile...no, but that goes for any recipe. It's definitely a pickle vape though, and turning it into a popsicle was a damn fine idea executed well.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
This is great. It's a take on a oriental-ish tobacco that doesn't hammer the spice note too hard, conveys dry and woody without getting weird and astringent, and overall is pretty awesome. The clove and cardamom is really well balanced, and the woody tobacco base is incredibly satisfying. Incredibly solid stuff, overall. I maybe get a couple of errant flashes of cocoa out of the burley that doesn't quite jibe with spice, but it's very occasional and even when it happens it doesn't detract from the experience nearly enough to worry about. I'd knife-fight Sting for this juice.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Tried via Mixer's Club. I'm digging this, and I really can't fault the way anything about the way the recipe is put together. As it stands, very well balanced, complex, and the tobacco note is a lot more subtle than you'd think just looking at the ingredients. I like how nutmeg forward the the eggnog makes this, and the clove an the cardamom are really solid supporting players. I'm a unfamiliar with all of the tobaccos here except the arabian, but there's a really nice balancing act going on with making all of these aggressive flavors play nicely with each other. I liked it even more after throwing a drop of FLV Classic Cigarette in, because if anything gets lost in all this layering it's a bit of dirty ashtray. Great recipe.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
So I'm obviously biased, but I love this. This plays the yakima hops off the syrupy berries, and the pink guava adds just a bit of vibrancy. Ginger Spice's boobs, sign me up. I was lucky to have someone this talented and thoughtful flopping around in an oversized skin suit.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
WAS IT WORTH THE WAIT? Yeah, totally. Rice here works really well off the shake. Great coconut, works really well as a stand-in for a coconut milk. Mango seems dead on as well. Very pleasant, but not as a back-handed compliment. It's just nice, and really well balanced, and it's basically mango sticky rice. I'd be worried about how it steeps out, but as a S&V as suggested, I dig this. I could do with just a tiny hint of butter or just a hair more richness... but I wouldn't want to do anything to mess with the balance here.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: 6 months ago
Tested at 3 weeks. A really nice dark, sweet, and rich cigar recipe. I probably can't say "artisanal swisher sweets" without looking like a jerk, so I'll call it a refined take on a lizard brain tobacco staple. Looking at the description, I do think it's basically what you were going for. I'm not the tobacco vocabulary guy, but I am getting a distinct wrapper type note, so that's cool. The cocoa is probably a bolder component for me here than the fruitiness. Opens with a heavier cocoa note with some pleasant roast coffee overtones. Nothing too grassy in the base, so that cocoa is working pretty well. I do pick up some of that dark fruitiness on the finish, but it's playing nicely with cocoa up front. Sweet but not gross sweet. The milk and honey is adding some darker caramel notes but isn't swamping the texture. Comes across as fairly dry without being too harsh. The woodier notes from the AM4A are going across as almost a light spice note, which is working well everything here. I like the balance overall, and this is a great take on dessert tobacco that isn't just an RY4 in disguise.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: 5 months ago
It's like Jazz, man. You gotta taste the flavors he *isn't* using.
User: ConcreteRiver Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
Hey, it's a vanilla pudding. Really well implemented take on a relatively simple profile. The FLV Vanilla Pudding is, as usual, the right choice for a base and the custard and coconut really do work to make it a bit deeper and creamier without radically changing the clean, clear pudding flavor. I dig the vanilla here as well. It's a darker, spicier take than the ultra-bright one-dimensional vanillin type of vanilla. The FA Bourbon Vanilla brings a more nuanced vanilla base and the golden syrup works to deepen and darken the entire vibe. It's almost like a creme brulee if it wasn't caramelized on top and that is a very good thing. In terms of constructive criticism, I think the 5 day steep suggestion is a little optimistic. I'm at 10 days now and the vanilla is starting to calm down a bit more and smooth out. This feels more like a 2 weeks + kind of recipe for best results. Without steeping the first couple of drags start out a bit dry but it settles in quickly. If you're into puddings, you should probably mix this. If you're into custards, but tired of egg overload, you should probably mix this as well. Very solid stuff.
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