Mixed this up for Developed's summer profile assignment. This is a remix of a juice I used to vape alot before my mixing days. It's just a very satisfying blend of mango passionfruit and guava. Perfect for summer, and something I personally can't put down.
FE/FLV Mango: This to me is a very natural tasting blend of mangos. I love FLV mango but it needed a little more to shine in this recipe, so I included some FE mango to fill it out a bit. FE mango does fade a little, so if i were to let this mix sit for more than 2 weeks I'll throw in 1.5-1.75 depending on how freaky I'm feeling.
FLV Pink Guava/VT Blood Orange Champagne: The original has white guava in it, so I used FLV pink guava because I said so, and then VT Blood orange because the original also has orange in it, and the champagne is more of a dry texture than a champagne flavor, so that dryness helps the guava be a little less "pink".
WF Passionfruit: Easily my favorite passionfruit. It's really good, so it's in the recipe
No need for sweetener, this is very sweet as is.
This was a request from a buddy of mine, he wanted a heavy coffee with a noticeable chocolate. Also, I will add that this recipe was designed to Vape MTL, as he uses an original Nautilus. I found it very difficult to get this profile down, keeping both notes present without creating any off notes. At the same time I feel that I’ve achieved this profile, and it is absolutely delicious!
Crispy Coffee WF + FA Up:
This is used to create the coffee notes, and does a great job at doing so without giving any muddy/off notes. I started with Brazilian Coffee WF and noticed that flavor would be the ideal replacement if this were a DTL recipe, but too muddy to be MTL
Double Chocolate Clear TFA + FLV Milk Chocolate:
This creates a very nicely balanced chocolate flavor that is more of a chocolate syrup as opposed to a cocoa which would seem more “dusty”. These shine right through the coffee base very nicely. Another thing I found difficult to achieve. Started off with JF Milk Chocolate and realized it was too muddy, along with INW Milk Chocolate. Better for DTL.
Vienna Cream + Vanilla Cream Extra:
The dairy base, also enhances the chocolate flavors a bit. I find that Vienna cream is almost required in a coffee flavor.
I like my coffee black, but not in my vape. Gotta taste like something, and super sweet helps pull it all together. I highly recommend using this even if you’re not a fan of sweet flavors, as I’m not. Very important for the chocolate imo. Started with FLV Sweetness, noticed it’s not the best sweetener for MTL flavors, just feels underwhelming in comparison to sucralose. Sweetness is my go to for anything DTL though.
I myself Vape this out of the innokin Ares mtl tank at around 4-4.2 volts. If you Vape it under 4 volts you will taste more chocolate than coffee, go 4-4.2 volts and you get much more coffee. I wouldn’t recommend going higher than that.
Mix it up and enjoy!
Just a simple cake with frosting. Not enough of em that work.
JF Yellow Cake + INW Biscuit:
Cake base, needed help with texture, so biscuit.
WF Buttercream Frosting + FW Hazelnut:
Buttercream frosting is delicious on its own, but a little bit of hazelnut makes it that much better. Delicious.
You can vape it the next day and you’ll be really happy. Wait 5 days and you’ll be even happier. After that I haven’t noticed much of a change.
Add .25% FLV Sweetness if desired, it’s pretty sweet on its own.
This Vanilla Chai Latte needs no introduction...
Chai Tea (Cap): The go-to for the main profile. Does it pretty well without having any kind of off notes. Does need some help becoming a latte of course.
Dairy Milk (TFA): the milk, in the latte.
Graham Cracker v2 (Cap): used to give the profile more of a sweet brown sugar effect. Can not sub for v1, as v1 has much more body to it.
Super Sweet (Cap): optional, but preferred in this recipe.
Toasted Marshmallow (TFA): this is what makes the mix in my opinion, this is used to add some froth to the latte. Does a great job at that in this recipe, it’s delicious.
Vanilla Custard v1 (Cap): this is simply used for its body in this recipe. At 3% it adds some vanilla to the latte without taking over and turning it into a custard.
Needs at least 3 days to steep for the flavors to settle down.
This recipe has been an easy ADV for me. Let me know what you all think!