I was trying to make a light fluffy white chocolate mousse on top of an Oreo cookie crumbled crust. It really needed more time to steep though. I would have loved to try the VT Chocolate Mousse but I have not bought that one yet. This is fairly decent but the flavors are light by nature and hard to convey into an e-liquid. This was my first attempt at a mousse profile. It is hard to pull off that texture without using flavors that can potentially mute the white chocolate which is already an extremely light flavor. I may come back and update this recipe later on after I see how it steeps.
You can add in some FLV-Sweetness to this as well if you would like it to be sweeter.
I decided that I wanted to attempt to recreate my favorite Guava juice in a can. This is what I came up with. Neither guava flavor tasted like I wanted on their own so I combined them. I tasted hints of pear in addition to the guava. It also needed to be really juicy so that is where the INW-Cactus and FA-Wine Champagne come in. Alfred Pudding was nice enough to give it a taste test for me and give it his seal of approval. He also created the image for my recipe with his mad Photo Shop skills. You can SNV this but it will get smoother after a few days.
The WF-Glazed Donut combined with the WF-Fluffy White Cake form the foundation of this cake doughnut. The FLV-Pumpkin Bread was added to darken the cake and add some more spice. The FLV-Eggnog was thrown in for the spice as well as to add moisture and a bit more egg to the cake mix. The FLV-Apple Filling brings just a hint of that apple cider taste on the exhale. The FLV-Rich Cinnamon along with the OOO-Powdered Sugar make up my outer coating. I felt that it needed a touch more vanilla and sweetness so I threw in the DFS-Holy Vanilla and CAP-Super Sweet for good measure. You can add whatever sweetener you prefer though. I also need to thank Alfred Pudding for helping me get through my basket of possible flavor combinations at the last minute. I was sick and my brain needed some guidance. He helped me tremendously by letting me bounce my ideas off of him.
These were all flavors that just belonged together naturally IMO. They practically screamed at me to combine them. This recipe ends up a sweet, creamy, dark vanilla, dessert tobacco with warm bourbon intermingled. Although you can vape this within a few days it would be better to let it steep longer if possible. If you do not have the WF-Vanilla Ruyan Custard you can sub it with DIYFS Holy Holy Grail RY4 3% and CAP-Vanilla Custard v1 2% and it will still get you pretty close. If you are a fan of oak flavorings you could easily add a drop to this as well. I was just trying to keep the recipe list a bit shorter for a change.
Photo credit: The Electric Tobacconist Brunette girl vaping Smok G80 E-Cigarette creating cloud of vapor (monochrome) via photopin (license)
One of my favorite desserts growing up has always been that green bowl of fluff. I had no idea what it was actually called until I got older and went in search of the recipe. As soon as I smelled the bottle of TPA-Pistachio it took me back and I knew exactly what I wanted to recreate. I used the TPA-Pistachio along with FLV-Vanilla Pudding to create my pistachio pudding base. Then I used the OOO-Cream Milky Undertone along with the OOO Marshmallow (Vanilla) to add in the whipped topping and marshmallows. Naturally I had to throw in a bit of INW-Pineapple to keep it authentic. I am still going to try one more version with FLV-Pineapple instead of INW and a bit of FW-Butter Pecan. If I like it even more I will come back and update this.
Halloween is here early... mostly in case you need some time to buy missing flavors. I used the HS-Grape and INW-Grape along with the FLV-Cranberry to create the cranberry grape juice base. The SC-Blackberry and TPA-Plum are the fruity bits floating in with the FW-Pink Champagne and FA-Brandy that every good Sangria requires. This really needs a week of steeping to come together.
You can add around 0.3-0.5% of your preferred sweetener to this if you prefer sweet vapes. If you want a chilled effect you could add around 0.3% WS-23 as well. Image was found on Google search.
It took me the better part of a year to come up with a caramel coffee profile that did not taste like burnt asphalt to me. Admittedly this is far more heavy on the caramel than the coffee but so is the one from the fast food joint that I modeled it after. I used the FLV-Toffee and the VT-Toffee Ice Cream to add some darker layers to the Caramel. The VT-Toffee Ice Cream also helps to thicken it up a bit. The FW-Butterscotch accents the brighter caramel notes as I wanted a full range of caramel lushness in this one. The WF-Brazilian Coffee adds a bit of coffee to the mix along with the VT-Coffee Milk Froth which also adds a hint of butter to the caramel and helps cream it up a tad more. This is much better after a good steep so that the flavors can meld together.
The PUR-Caramel Coffee w/Sweet Milk is rather sweet on its own so you may not need any other sweeteners in this one. Test it first and see.
This is my version of a Hpnotiq cocktail. TPA-Hpno Type is the blue citrus foundation. The FA-Jamaica Special is a delicious rum flavoring but it lacks the alcohol feel that the VT-Light Rum brings to the mix. The FA-Coconut and INW-Pineapple add a tropical flare to it. The TPA-Ginger Ale helps to lighten it up and then I threw in a splash of VT-Bitters for good measure.
You can also add some sweetener and a cooling agent if you like. Photo was found on Pinterest.
This is my take on a blueberry, cotton candy and bubble gum ice cream. I have been trying to amp up my Blue Moon Ice Cream concentrate since I got it. I was not quite ready to release this yet but I am still happy enough with it that I will share it for the show. I have the original VG version and it requires a bit more steeping and a lot more flavoring. If you have the SC version you can get by with a few days of steeping instead of 14. You will also need to lower the percentage to about 2% instead of 6%. The cotton candy may be muting this a bit so I am going to cut it in half. It was still a work in progress so don't be surprised if the percents change a tad over the coming weeks lol.
You can use another sweetener if you would like. You can also add WS-23 at around 0.3-0.4% if you want a cooler vape.
I know, I know... not another floral macaron. I was not sure which profile I would want to use in the end. Needless to say I made several versions of floral macarons thinking that I would settle on just one of them. However, I liked where they were all going, so I have kept working on the other ones as well. It has taken several failed attempts to get the ratios/flavors that I am happy with. I wanted light floral accents, not perfume. This will not be for everyone, but if you are feeling adventurous you should give it a try. You might surprise yourself!
The Violet and the Sugar Orchid accent each other nicely and the Holy Vanilla and FLV-Frosting blended them together seamlessly. Props to @Shyndo and anyone else who had a hand in coming up with the base macaron flavors/percentages.
Personally I liked this without sweetener but if you like sweeter vapes I suggest using Vanilla Sugar Daddy. I think that it would blend seamlessly with these flavors. If you are a serious floral devotee then you might want to raise the percents a tad on the Sugar Orchid and Violet. The image and idea were found on Pinterest.