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A simple lemon-lime soda that's zesty and refreshing, gentle on the throat.

I find that FLV Citrus Soda and WF Lemon Lime Soda have an aspartame-like sweetness that's off-putting while CAP Lemon Lime is too astringent for my taste buds. I wanted to make a simple version that suited my own taste buds and hopefully yours too.

5% VT Lemonade Clear: a light lemon forward/ lime soda. The lime notes get too piney any higher than 5%. However, this needs help to get it where I want it:

2% VT Sour Lemon and 1.25% FE Lemon boost lemon notes and add tartness and volume.

1.5 % VT Fizzy Sherbet adds "effervescence" and light lemon/lime. When used over 1.5%, I find its lime notes get way too bitter and intrusive.

0.25% Super Sweet rounds out sweetness.

WS-30 for cooling effect and to enhance fizz effect.

Needs at least 1 day minimum steep. Don't make big batches as this mix will lose vibrancy after 1 week, although still vapeable.


0.30% VT Ginger Root for a hint of fresh ginger.

Nothing fancy going on here just a simple creme caramel that has become my default dessert vape.

This is a Reworking of a recipe I had published a while ago as I wasn't happy with it.

WF Crispy water was dropped. It's a muddled flavour and not to my liking. I'm convinced a lot of WF flavours are better off in food recipes.

3% VT Creme Caramel is quite a weak flavour but after it steeps a bit those creamy caramel/ butterscotch notes come out.

However, it has zero body so 2% FA Custard Premuim adds a creamy custard base.

Finally 1% DYFS Holy Vanilla adds that smoky vanilla top-note and a little cream without detracting from the recipe. .

• 0.35% Flv Sweeteness (optional)

Dig in if you like but benefits from a 3 day steep.


Any resemblance to actual "1-2-3" recipes is purely coincidental.


A Milk and Honey inspired remix... for old times' sake.

It's an overdone profile (graham cracker, banana and some nut flavouring) but I wanted to have another bash at remixing Milk and Honey. This one is more of a M & H inspired juice than a clone but still manages to scratch that itch.

Recipe Notes

Toasted Almond is the main nut flavour I get from M & H. Not so sure I get peanut butter, which didn't taste right when used. 1% TFA Toasted Almond provides a subtle almond background and a toasted top-note.

To my tastebuds at least, the key to M & H's profile is TFA Bananas Foster. It's creamy with subtle banana, caramel and spice notes. However, it lacks body and can get lost in a mix so was boosted with 1.25% TFA Banana Nut Bread, which adds more body and complex sweetness. This also helps it stand up to CAP Graham.Cracker V2 which would otherwise overpower everything.

1% CAP Graham Cracker 2 accents the recipe with a biscuit texture and adds holiday spice and molasses notes. It's far more complex and nuanced than CAP Graham Cracker 1 which is a plain cinnamon cracker so don't sub it out.

The hardest part in developing this recipe was finding a cream that could blend without interfering with the overall profile. However, a bit of help came from the much maligned yet overlooked, CAP VC 2. It may be unpleasant at higher percentages but at lower percentages it's an amazing blending cream which adds body without interfering with the overall flavour.

Usually M & H remixes contain Marshmallow but there's already plenty of ethyl maltol sweetness coming from the banana ingredients used. Also, whenever I did use marshmallow, it muddled up the profile.

FW Sweetener provides a necessary sucralose boost at 1%

Nice as a S&V but 3 days recommended.


A light vanilla/toffee-topped custard cream.

This one is a twist on my ADV at the moment, 1-2-3 Creme Brulee, which is
1% DFS Holy Vanilla, 2% INW Custard and 3% VT Creme Brulee ( recipe link below).

One day I mistakenly used 3% VT Toffee Ice Cream instead of 3% VT Creme Brulee (similar bottles) but was pleasantly suprised with the result.

VT Toffee Ice cream has subtle toffee top notes which are complemented by the spicy vanilla notes from Holy Vanilla. 2% INW Custard works beautifully with VT Toffee Ice Cream providing buttery custard/ biscuit back notes. 0.35% FLV Sweetness rounds things out.

Even though it only has three ingredients, this recipe is unapologetically moreish.

S&V certified but gets richer as it steeps.

1-2-3 Creme Brulee


This is a remix of my favourite custard recipe, 3-2-1 Creme Brulee by Tootall. However, for shits and giggles, I tried out Vape Train's Creme Brulee, in place of INW Creme Brulee, and did a bit of tweaking.

At 3% VT Creme Brulee manages to pull off the scorched caramel taste better than Inawera's brulee. And while it might have less body and be more milky than Inawera's offering, 2% INW Custard fixes that issue providing a thick creamy, semi-biscuity flavour.

Next, on to the vanilla. A mixer on this site suggested using dark vanillas over bright vanillas to complement caramel top-notes. To see what he meant, two batches of this recipe were mixed: one with Shisha Vanilla (the bright one) and the other with DIYFS Holy Vanilla (the dark spicy vanilla). It turns out he's right. The difference was subtle yet apparent: Holy Vanilla worked nicely with the caramel notes in VT Creme Brulee. By the way, It's always refreshing to learn from experienced mixers who aren't cynical and are friendly and welcoming instead.

Overall, this is a pleasantly light yet decadent custard vape with caramel and earthy vanilla top-notes. 0.35% FW Sweetener was added to taste. Perfect as a S&V but gets richer as it steeps.

Tootall's 3-2-1 Creme Brulee


Whipped toffee-pecan cream with biscuit sprinkle.

Toffee and Butter Pecan were made for each other and this tasty number shows why.

FLV Toffee is my favourite from Flavorah's dessert line. It's a sweet buttermilk toffee that sits where you want it in a recipe. 1% FLV Toffee is complemented with caramely nutty butter notes from 1.5% FW Butter Pecan.

2% VT Toffee ice cream has a pleasant toffee taste and is quite buttery but lacks body, hence the inclusion of 1.5% CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream, which thickens as well as blends everything.

0.75% JF Biscuit adds a slight biscuit accent you get on the exhale.

0.35% FW Sweetener because it's a dessert.

This recipe manages to be sweet and moreish yet is not too rich so is certainly ADV material. It's a nice "comfort vape" to get you through those dark wintery nights.

Enjoy. P. G.


Sugar-frosted froot loops in light creamy milk

Every mixer has their own version of froot loops so after months of tinkering, I came up with this well-balanced one which has a nice blend of medium citrus, light cream and sugary cereal sweeteness.

FW Fruit Rings is the best citrus-based cereal around, however, all too often, when mixed, it's drowned in too much cream for my liking. Much of this is to do with taming the accompanying citrus notes. To avoid this, FA Juicy Strawberry and TFA Meringue were marshalled as muting agents as well as for essential cereal sugar sweetness.

FA Juicy Strawberry contains a truckload of Ethyl Maltol with caramel-like sweetness and cereal sugar texture. I found it works better in cereals than Strawberry Ripe. Just 0.75% Juicy Strawberry is enough to tame 2.5% FW Fruit Rings and provide a cereal sugar effect. (N.B. If you prefer a little less Ethyl Maltol sweetness, lower to 0.50%, which does the trick too)

TFA Meringue is an indispensable and distinct cereal sugar (FA Meringue doesn't work as well so no subs), however, the downside is that it can high-hack a recipe if used too high. After various trials, the sweet spot was hit at 0.65% to get that frosted sugar sweetness and texture.

1% FLV Cream was boosted with 0.75% TFA Bavarian Cream to make a light cream base. Not much Bavarian Cream was needed as I didn't want to overdo it with E.M. I forgot how useful Bavarian Cream is which adds creamy undertones as well as smoothen things out. 0.75% FW Hazelnut, a reliable workhorse, rounds out the cereal milk base and provides a creamy malt background.

Finally, to boost the overall cereal sweetness, 0.50% FW Sweetener.

And that's it. There's nothing new going on in this recipe; fruit loop profiles are ten a penny. Besides I didn't want to add to the already high cereal mortality rate on recipe sites. However, this simple recipe turned out so well I thought I'd share it as it might just float your boat.

Better as a S&V for that sweet crispy sugary coated taste.

Enjoy! P.G.


Light cinnamon graham crackers dipped in birthday cake batter with cream cheese icing. Spoon-lickingly delicious.

A trip down memory lane with an old school profile. I've just "discovered" CAP Cake Batter and found out I absolutely love it. It could have gone the other way either as Cake Batter is a notorious marmite flavour: you either love it or detest it. And even though there are lots of newer cake/ dough flavours around, none taste quite like CAP Cake Batter. Basically, it's a gooey, cheap-tasting vanilla dough which coats your mouth and messes up your face as you lick it off that giant wooden spoon.

It might be an old school flavour but still beats the hell out of more recent flavours if you're after that cheap birthday cake batter taste.

2% CAP Cake Batter is boosted with 2.5% CAP Sugar Cookie. 1% LA Cream Cheese Icing thicken things up with some tangy sugary icing. CAP Graham Cracker V2 was chosen over V1 as it's a lighter flavour and has a slight gingery cinnamon taste I love. It's a potent flavour and usually kept low but was raised to 1.25% to push that cinnamon through the thick cake batter layer. A dash of TFA Vanilla Swirl helps blend everything. Finally, 0.35% FLV Sweetness for the sweet tooth.

This one can be licked off the spoon the next day but best after 3.


A light creme brulee on a buttery digestive biscuit base.

I wanted to go for a creme brulee with my own twist so hope you like this offering. It's great as an ADV as it's not too rich yet still satisfying if you like custards with a biscuit bite.

2.25% INW Creme Brulee and 1% INW Custard make up the brulee layer. INW Creme Brulee is a light semi-custard with promising hints of caramel but lacks body. INW Custard was used to boost things but kept low at 1% as it's too buttery and eggy higher up so clashes with the buttery biscuit base. Finally, to top off the brulee layer, 1% FA Caramel adds a hint of that burnt, gritty, brown sugar glaze.

To add a light unobtrusive biscuit base, I went with an old-school formula, 1% FA Cookie and 0.50% INW Biscuit. Wanted to avoid CAP Sugar Cookie as I'm sugar-cookied out of it at the moment and also rely on it too much. Normally, FA Cookie or INW Biscuit wouldn't be my thing as individual flavours, but they work well together when you want a hint of buttery biscuit in your mixes.

As it stands, the biscuit base is semi-biscuity but still mediocre. It needs a kick so add 0.25% FA Breakfast Cereals and it tastes like a light nutty digestive biscuit. It's an extremely versatile flavour so well worth having in your mixing arsenal.

Overall, the biscuit layer is light and sits in the background but manages to add butteriness and texture to the brulee without making it too rich.

Finally, since it's a dessert and should be sweet, 0.35% FLV Sweetness.

This is lovely the next day but best after 3 days minimum; that's if you can hold out that long.

Vanilla ice cream sandwiched between two shortbread biscuits. No faff, no bells and whistles, just a good ice cream vape.

This no-nonsense recipe is for indulging those summer ice cream cravings from childhood. It's simple, tasty and sweet.

CAP Vanilla Bean Ice Cream at 4% is nothing special. It's a generic but tasty plain ice cream with nice thickness. You can of course sub it with FW or TFA's equivalent. Have been growing fond of TFA Vanilla Bean Gelato lately. It's an old school flavour I've grown to like and thickens the ice cream base while adding some cheap but tasty bright vanilla notes; like in commercial ice creams.

As it stands, the ice cream base lacks buttery creaminess, however, don't want to resort to CAP Vanilla Custard, which throws the recipe off. LB Vanilla Ice Cream is a better fit here as it's loaded with diketones and lends buttery undertones at low percentages. Only a smidgen needed though as it runs riot when used over 1%.

For the shortbread sandwich, 2 % WF Shortbread Cookie is a no-brainer. It's a buttery, light biscuit flavour and FA, Cookie, which was raised from 0.50% to 0.75%, gives some crispy crust it lacks. By the way, I avoided adding chocolate here- an ice burger's biscuit contains a hint of cocoa- as it was too rich: wanted to keep this recipe straight forward.

Finally, to bump up that store-bought sweetness, 0.35% FLV Sweetness.

Best after 3 days, when the light buttery biscuit peeps through , but that didn't stop me from digging in the next day.

Boozy after-thought: It's funny how smells and tastes can encapsulate and evoke memories: that's why vaping will always trump smoking any day.

User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
After an 8 day steep I've just started vaping this. This is insanely flavourful. Heaven in a drop of vapour! Really creamy dark sugar custard background with a rich Butterscotch on the exhale. Didn't have FW Butterscotch Natural just the regular version. Great job mate! Full marks for this profile. You really knocked the ball of the stratosphere ! Update: I added 2% FW Butterscotch Ripple ; 2.5% JF Yellow Cake and subbed Cap VC with INW Custard 1%. I'm on a butterscotch buzz so I find JF Yellow Cake provides more body and gives the butterscotch sth to soak into. Once again, Thanks a mill for sharing, you're certainly a shark at the aul' mixing!
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: almost 4 years ago
Loved this recipe. Definitely needs more than 2 days steep. I added 1% vanilla shisha to dial up the vanilla notes and to accent the lemons more. The weird things is that some people have said the lemon is too strong. Not for me. horses for courses as they say.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: almost 4 years ago
Spot on. Simple yet complex tasting recipe. Could teach mixers a thing or two about simplicity in mixing.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
Excellent recipe. Absolutely delicious. Better than Meringue or Dinner Lady juices. Defintely an ADV.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
One week tester steep. This is an amazing recipe. It's the best rhubarb recipe i've ever tasted. Really clever use of enhancers. Used 2% INW Custard instead of CAP VC to lower steep time. Lowerd CAP Ginger to 0.5%. Thanks a mill for sharing. Thought i'd never like rhubarb and custard as a vape. By the way, love your notes.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
I can't believe this recipe has got no reviews yet cause it's absolutely delicious. I've tried quite a few cookie recipes by now and this gem is a keeper. The Yellow Cake is a superb idea here Vin: it smoothes out everything beautifully. I also added .75% Flv Cookie Dough in another mix and it works wonders. You can't go wrong with the solid cookie/ butter/ cake base in this recipe. Excellent job man! Not suprised people sing your praises on the electronic cigarette subreddit.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
This is an incredibly tasty mix, a delicate yet creamy vanilla pudding taste. If you want a soothing TLC vape, mix this, it's all about subtlety and smoothness. Best use of vanilla pudding i've come across yet. Cheers for sharing Millsy!
User: CygnusY1 Score: 4 Entered: over 3 years ago
Really like this recipe. So well balanced and perfectly layered. It shows mixers the beauty of using a small number of ingredients. You definitely made the most out of FA Pandoro while the frosting works sublimely with it. I might make it again without the FA Pandoro though; that lemon off-taste is too off-putting at times, even after steeping the mix for 2 months.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: almost 4 years ago
Excellent simple recipe. No gratuitous layering.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: about 3 years ago
This recipe got me on to usefulness of oatmeal cookie and is by far the best oatmeal cookie recipe out there.. SO many thanks for an excellent job! don't know why this flavour wasn't featured on the Noted "Oat" show because it's the best of a bad lot. Would love to see a version 2 Oatmeal cookie recipe from you.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
One of my favourite mixers at the moment and a really sound guy. Excellent recipe.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: about 3 years ago
I whipped this up this morning and am vaping it now. Really delicious, solid recipe. It's a great base for adding extras too, which I plan on doing at some stage. Nice work Rin.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
Vaped after 5 days steep. Wonderfully smooth yet rich vape. Deft hands at work here. Probably my favourite Cookie Dough recipe so far.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: about 3 years ago
This is the best Fruit Loops recipe I've tried so far. Funnily enough, FA Breakfast Cereals grain flavour reminds me of Looper's one. Great job. Simple too. Sick of mixing up 10 ingredient tongue-fuck recipes. Great job. Highly recommended if you're into looper style vapes.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 3 Entered: over 1 year ago
This is nothing like the original, which definitely has a toasted almond note and so shouldn't be called a Clone. Nevertheless, it's a pretty good interpretation.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
Brilliant and simple vanilla pudding style recipe. The vanilla has smoky spicy top-notes and the body fills out nicely. P.S. Sometimes I add 1.5% WF Crispy wafer to give it a bite. Great work mate!
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
Was looking at this today. Have the ingredients so will mix it up later. Clever use of Cap Cereal 27, I have it in a fried ice cream recipe at 3% and it tastes great!
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
solid looking recipe!
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
I left out Cranberry and raised CAP Lemon Lime to 3% as you suggested. Refreshing as hell Dave. Love it. The first non-bakery juice i really like. By the way, add 2% CAP Juicy Lemon and 0.5% FA Aurora for a bit of zing, or whatever the word is for it.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
Cracking recipe Rory. Used CAP Lemon Meringue Pie. I just added 0.5% CAP Lemon Lime and also 2% TFA Bavarian cream since I didn't have Milky Undertones. Lovely stuff.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: about 3 years ago
This is my first venture into pistachio and love this recipe. It's so different to the bakery profiles I've been using and has opened up my vaping taste buds to new aromas. Would need to be a gastronomer to describe the taste from this. All i can say is, Amazing. Thanks a mill for sharing such a complex-tasting yet low ingredient recipe. Don't know how you guys do it.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: about 3 years ago
The vanilla here from the Shisha manages to give the whipped marshmallow a floral light spicy vanilla top note with undertones of vanillin extract After a week long steep the whipped Marshmallow lends a pillowy fluffy texture to the body while on the exhale the creamy white sweet vanillin note pops like a vanillin pod in spring. I think 5% Holy Vanilla would push the vanilla more forward in the recipe along with 12% CAP French Vanilla. Apart from that, this is a smooth buttery and fluffy vanilla vape for any vanilla lover out there.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
This looks interesting and delicious. Love the flavour combination. Will have to use FLV Avocado in place of FA.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: about 3 years ago
24-6-18: This is my favourite 3-2-1 recipe so far. So bloody rich and creamy off the shake. Really good job Sir Tootall. Will post an update in a week.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
Really solid looking recipe using staple flavours. I like the way you use accessible flavours in your recipes too; It demonstrates you don't need trendy or flashy flavours to make a great juice.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: about 3 years ago
I went for the Flv Whipped Cream option with this mix. Had no FW Cake Batter Dip so used 0.5% Cap Cake Batter. Verdict: This is obscenely addictive. Only took 7 days to steep through. You get an insane frosted sugar hit on the inhale from the Meringue, Whipped Cream and also from the marshmallow in Lucky Leprachaun. The cereal base of Lucky Leprechaun and Cap Cereal is really well balanced too. It kind of tastes of oats and bran and is not too A.P. heavy either. Great use of Milky Undertones there. Really love vaping this when I want a sweet vape. Satisfies my sweet tooth and sugar cravings. Great work Dave.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 4 Entered: about 3 years ago
I love these biscuits so am intrigued with your recipe. Will mix it up and get back to you.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
I really enjoyed this yummy mix. Got stuck in after 4 days . Great work and thanks for sharing
User: CygnusY1 Score: 4 Entered: almost 3 years ago
It's funny you uploaded this one. I was only eating a donut-marraber cake last week and was wondering how to recreate this. Really Interesting profile you chose. Will mix it up but might use a smidge of LB Lava Cake instead of the TFA Chocolate.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Like this. Lovely profile. Cheers for sharing.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
I really like this simple recipe. Using Blood Orange to boost VT Pineapple Juicy ( nice flavour) is a clever flavour-pairing technique. The VT Raspberry jam certainly fills it out and gives a much needed inner jammy texture, without detracting from the overall profile. This is my favourite pineapple gummy recipe by far. Really clever mixing. Keep on truckin dude! Mix this up, you won't be disappointed.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Don't know why this hasn't got any reviews because it nails the profile perfectly with solid ingredients. Really tasty. The addition of FE Lemon augments the lemon in VT Meringue Tart, which can be a bit weird while JF Biscuit gives it a nice biscuit top-note accent on the nose. I would probably use FA Cookie which is more of a base note biscuit. Lovely job Emily. Neat work. Sometimes doing more with less is a sure sign of good mixing. Nearly forgot, the flavour sure captures the picture shown.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
I don't know why you don't get more rave reviews for your inventive recipes. Your lemonade bases are the best I've come across yet. Love the way you use WF Lemon lime Soda to add wetness and vibrancy to lemonades. Thanks a mill for sharing.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
This deserves top reviews. Have mixed something similar to this so can tell this is an excellent recipe. Love your base, which I've used and works wonderfully with any fruits. Your layering is spot-on. Love the notes. Great work mate and thanks a mill for sharing.
User: CygnusY1 Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
I mixed up Platinum Blush and found the strawberry lacking and overall taste muddled. I like your strawberry stone here: FA Red Touch, which can be one-dimensional and flat, jammed up with VTA Strawberry Jam and Dragonfruit is a perfect combo for bright candied strawberry. Nice mixing. Tastes nice but will get back after a longer steep
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