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DataNotAnecdotes
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14 Shared E-Liquid Recipes found


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From /u/Bristolvaper
Reddit Thread: https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/6l84qv/so_im_pretty_sure_i_have_cloned_prism/

"When vaping "premium" Prism, I was mainly getting Apple notes with quite a fresh Strawberry on the inhale. With the exhale I found it to be smooth but not devoid of flavour, however the Apple note was again the most prevalent."

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This's the discontinued Commodore Pearry recipe that Charlie Noble posted on their blog. Haven't mixed this one up yet, but looks fairly tasty.

The blog post didn't give any sort of steeping time. I'd recommend a week, just to be safe.

Reddit thread;
https://www.reddit.com/r/electronic_cigarette/comments/67qvss/charlie_noble_the_notsodiscontinued_series/

Original blog post here;
https://charlienoble.com/blogs/charlie-noble/the-not-so-discontinued-series-commodore-pearry

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This's the discontinued Canary Coulis recipe that Charlie Noble posted on their blog. Haven't mixed this one up yet, but looks fairly tasty.

The blog post didn't give any sort of steeping time. I'd recommend a week, just to be safe.

Reddit thread;
https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/5yghod/charlie_noble_notso_discontinued_series_pt2/

Original blog post here;
https://charlienoble.com/blogs/thoughts-from-charlie/the-not-so-discontinued-series-canary-coulis

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From /u/fizzmustard

https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/4va8q5/mustard_tiger_an_homage_to_hobbes_blood/

"Hobbe's Blood is a strawberry-watermelon-coconut modeled after the “Tiger Blood” snow cone; a familiar and straightforward flavor on the surface. Breaking it down, the strawberry is sharp and has some zip, the watermelon is candy-like, and the coconut is subtle and a bit creamy."

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From /u/fizzmustard
Reddit link: https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/3m3avb/mustard_cider_just_in_time_for_the_autumnal/

"You can of course tweak here and there, or add additional flavorings in small amounts. I wouldn't expect any substitutions to work very well – the three flavors here are fairly unique. FA Cinnamon Ceylon makes a nice addition if you like your cider spicier. Adding FA Brandy will give you a hard apple cider flavor. Play around!

The fundamental recipe is great example of building your recipes around base, heart, and top notes to form a cohesive flavor. Using only three flavors makes it simple to mix, and a great base on which to build your own personal adaptations."

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Also;
Saline Solution: 1 drop per 10ml
Acetyl Pyrizine: 1 drop per 10ml

This's the discontinued PB Cereal recipe that Charlie Noble posted on their blog. Mixed some up, tasted like the bomb diggity(Also, I had almost all the flavors, which almost never happens), and figured I'd throw it up here for you fine ladies and gents.

The blog post didn't give any sort of steeping time. I'd recommend a week, just to be safe, but it's also pretty fly as a shake-n-vape.

Reddit thread;
https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/58iuqp/charlie_noble_pb_cereal_recipe_others_to_follow/

Original blog post here;
http://charlienoble.com/blogs/thoughts-from-charlie/pb-cereal-its-time-to-release-the-recipe

Doesn't taste like a Monster energy drink. Sorry. More like an apple juice spiked with red bull.

v4 is available here: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/22318#shurb_by_captaincannibal

captaincannibal's SHURB clone.

"No steeping required, though a day or two will really help it out. Otherwise, shake until it turns white and your arm becomes a noodle and then enjoy the smooth, dark, enigma that is Shurb."

"v4 is already in the works. I've got some great suggestions and ideas for it. I already have a lot more notes written up and I'm fairly sure I figured out the cream base's percentages finally. Expect to hear more sometime next week if my new flavorings arrive."

https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/5699vs/cannibals_shurb_v3/?st=iu4lfo3a&sh=e8eab1f6

v4 is available here: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/22318#shurb_by_captaincannibal

captaincannibal's SHURB clone.

"No steeping required, though a day or two will really help it out. Otherwise, shake until it turns white and your arm becomes a noodle and then enjoy the smooth, dark, enigma that is Shurb."

https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/4akjab/cannibals_shurb2/

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Because I like my recipes in recipe form, instead of video form.

Koolada at 1 drop per 15ml.

Originally from SteamRoom at;
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M67_89eFmyE

He made it, I just converted it into a usable format for me and thought I'd share.

User: DataNotAnecdotes Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
I'm not a tobacco vapor, but I absolutely adore this recipe. It's not only an amazing on its' own, but it's a fantastic base for other tobacco recipes. I've added fruits, nuts, all sorts of flavors to it, and it's just absolutely fabulous. It's good enough that I posted a copy of it, until Vurve uploaded it himself.
User: DataNotAnecdotes Score: 4 Entered: about 3 years ago
Having let this steep for a week, the pumpkin rind/popcornish heavily calms down, leaving behind a pleasant pumpkin flavor. In addition, the coffee nicely integrates with the creams, making a solid latte flavor. The one major flaw I see in this recipe isn't even in the recipe itself, but the naming; this just doesn't taste like Pumpkin Spice to me. Now, I've never used HS Pumpkin Pie before, so it's possible I've gotten a faulty batch, didn't shake enough before adding, et cetera, and the issue is entirely on my end. I don't think this is a bad recipe, and I'm not going to dock it stars for, to me, not tasting like the name. All the same, I feel like I shouldn't fail to mention that the name on the tin isn't quite what you'll be getting.
User: DataNotAnecdotes Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
I have a story about trying this recipe. My wife and I were driving, and she asked what I was vaping. "Eh, it's supposed to be a York Peppermint Patty recipe, but the chocolate's kinda thin and shitty, the cream is non-existent, and all you can taste is menthol", to which she followed up with "So...tastes just like a York Peppermint Patty?". Which is when it hit me. This recipe is absolutely, 100% spot on to a York Peppermint Patty. I just really, really don't like them. I've even verified this with one friend who enjoys them, who really enjoys this recipe. So, subjectively, the taste of this recipe is two stars, but on the technical side of things, this recipe seems to capture the essence of a York Peppermint Patty. It just comes down to whether you enjoy that or not.
User: DataNotAnecdotes Score: 3 Entered: over 2 years ago
Subjectively, I don't enjoy menthols that much. I like them alright, but I'm not a fanatic. I do like peppermint, though, and I enjoy a recipe that integrates peppermint well. Technically speaking, I feel like this recipe makes a couple of missteps. For one, I think the Koolada is much, much too high. I'd cut it in half, at least, especially with the Menthol there which already provides a cooling sensation. Two, I think it could benefit from a flavor which acts like a bridge between the cooling sensation and the creaminess peppermint can exhibit and the marshmallow, such as Creme de Menthe. Having one there would help the flavors meld a little bit more. Third, I think the peppermint is at this awkward place where there's enough to clearly taste it, but not enough for it to be a clear top note; it's almost a side taste, and my mind kept wandering to how medicinal this tasted. I think boosting the peppermint to bring it to the forefront would help alleviate that issue by making it the core flavor, instead of something which permeates without ever taking center stage. Overall, I try to rate on the technical side of things, and not taking my personal preferences into account, and I think someone who likes Menthol will enjoy this recipe for the mouthfeel and extreme cooling sensation, but not for the slightly nauseating lightness of the is-it-isn't-it peppermint.
User: DataNotAnecdotes Score: 3 Entered: about 2 years ago
Weak but good flavor. I don't often say this, but I think it actually needs to go heavier on the flavor percentages. I'd personally go with 1% Cherry, 2% Lime, and .5% Super Sweet. Failing that, I think this might also be an excellent recipe for TFA Sweetener, at 1% to sweeten and cut the edges off the lime.
User: DataNotAnecdotes Score: 1 Entered: about 2 years ago
Already exists over here; https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/1110#funfetti_by_kako In addition, I do not feel this recipe is sufficiently different merely by altering the Joy by .25% to be worth having a duplicate floating around publicly. This would be better served as a private copy.
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