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ENYAWREKLAW
Has 63 recipes, 54 public recipes.
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This is a Corn Pudding recipe that's still in progress.
Made on "LIVE MIXING: AUTUMN VAPES (09/15/2017)"

This recipe is a vibrant blend of jackfruit, dragonfruit, blood orange, and mandarin, laid on a bed of whipped cream.
Recipe was made for "(TFA) Jackfruit" FlavorBook Entry
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This is a Fuji apple recipe with accents of green apple and a strong influence of Watermelon, that's crisp and refreshing
This is a recipe made for "(CAP) Fuji Apple" FlavorBook Entry

A Pumpkin Custard Pie recipe, that's rich, thick, and simple. An Autumn-type recipe.
This recipe was made for "LIVE MIXING: Is Vaping in California DYING?!"

This is a play on a Pineapple Sorbet that adds some smooth topicality as well as a thick ICE
One of the recipes that you can increase for more flavor
Full flavor notes here: https://diyordievaping.com/2017/09/04/nu-sorbet-iced/

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Taking a look at FLV Graham Cracker & Vanilla Bean by using them in a Milkshake Base
This recipe was made on LIVE MIXING: THE BREAK HAS ENDED (09/01/17)

A yellow peach with a bit of tang and tart laid on a soft bed of vanilla whipped cream
Recipe made for CAP YELLOW PEACH FlavorBook Entry
-> http://diyordievaping.com/2017/08/15/cap-yellow-peach/

A Strawberry Shortcake with a spongy base and a creamy pink body
Recipe made for (FW) CREAMY SPONGE CAKE Flavorbook Entry
-> https://diyordievaping.com/2017/08/12/fw-creamy-sponge-cake/

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This recipe is a tweaked version of the original Obsidian. Flavor is a warm and buttery cookie dough recipe rolled up into an RY4. There's more a focus on the cookie dough in this recipe compared to the original. It's great for those who don't enjoy Pie Crust.
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A woody tobacco dipped in caramel with an oatmeal cookie foundation
Made for TFA OATMEAL COOKIE FlavorBook Entry
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User: ENYAWREKLAW Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
This recipe is so fucking weird...I seriously love it.
User: ENYAWREKLAW Score: 4 Entered: about 1 year ago
Recipe is a great BlueRaz and is a great way to work in Pink Champagne. Delicious. Only gripe is that the Razzleberry seems to kind of tone down the other flavors, even at 1%.
User: ENYAWREKLAW Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
A phenomenal recipe fitting for the fall season. One of the best uses of Liquid Amber I've seen as well as one of the most authentic recipes of 2016.
User: ENYAWREKLAW Score: 5 Entered: 11 months ago
APPLE BUTTAH + COOKIE = GOOD VAPE. Plain n simple
User: ENYAWREKLAW Score: 4 Entered: 11 months ago
Tasty bakery that has a lot going on. A bit imbalanced for me, a bit too blue distracting from the bakery, but a tasty vape indeed.
User: ENYAWREKLAW Score: 5 Entered: 11 months ago
One of the most interesting flavor profiles I've had this year. An excellent display of balance and patience. Subjectively, the green tea layer has a bit too much "earth" to really mimic the "Kit-Kat". But understanding the restrictions ExclusiveGirl had on a proper green tea candy flavor, it's impressive to see her work arounds with it and still create a recipe that is fun, interesting, tasty, and authentic. A very impressive first showing and I can't wait to see what ExclusiveGirl comes up with in the future.
User: ENYAWREKLAW Score: 5 Entered: 9 months ago
If you want to, you can swallow this recipe bones and all
User: ENYAWREKLAW Score: 4 Entered: 17 days ago
This is an awesomely unique cereal. I review it on my video "This Week with Wayne: 09-07-2017". I can easily see how it was inspired by Lucky Bird, but it's not the same flavor at all. There's more a focus on the sweet marshmallows and milk, with a touch of this unique cereal note that follows the vape. Upon looking at the recipe, I didn't expect it to come out this good and this focused. All these creams and dairy accents seemed like it would be muddled, but it comes out with an awesome flavor that's so much smoother than Lucky Bird, and much more flavorful. I do think there is room for consolidation or subtraction, to help focus the recipe even more. I'm happy with the result, though, and will def finish this bottle soon. EDIT: The version I mixed did not have FW Hazelnut.
User: ENYAWREKLAW Score: 4 Entered: 10 days ago
This is such a great recipe to bring in the Fall season. Taking the Strapple craze of the summer and infusing some autumn-ness into it. There's a delicious blend between the caramel / cinnamon base and the strawberry apple profile that creates an easy to vape profile, but one with dimension. Choosing the right kind of fruits is vital to this recipe, and I think KrisWK has done just that. If you're a fan of baked apple / apple pie recipes, as well as strawberry jam recipes, you'll really love this one. While there's not much I don't like, it's not a perfect recipe. I feel the Toasted Marshmallow actually hinders the recipe. It just pulls away at the top a bit, and doesn't do much to the overall flavor. Maybe a different type of bakery would've worked better. Overall a very impressive offering. Flavor Score: 4.25 / 5 [THIS RECIPE WAS REVIEWED ON "THIS WEEK WITH WAYNE: ARE FLAVORS IN VAPING DEAD? 9-14-17]
User: ENYAWREKLAW Score: 4 Entered: 1 day ago
Ok let's review this. One of the things that Folkart states in the description of the recipe is that he wants to be able to make a Sweet Potato Pie recipe that is distinguishable from pumpkin pie. This is a tall order, as trying to separate subtle accents from similar profiles is extremely difficult. Before we answer that question, I want to state that I absolutely love this recipe. It's just delicious and its flavor has thrown me into a pile of red hued leaves. The level of autumn-ness this recipe contains is so fun and nostalgic. It's layered very well. You can taste the bakery layer on the bottom with the squishy sweet potato sprinkled with cinnamon layer in the middle holding everything together. Topping it off with a buttery sweetness that's almost like a glaze. Unfortunately, I don't get much of a baked marshmallow layer on top. In fact, that's the only point of contention I have. It seems as if the toasted marshmallow is a bit hidden and isn't doing much for the recipe other than getting in the way of the great sweet potato filling he's built. The choice of ingredients here is really key to this recipes success, though. Using HS Pumpkin Pie is the best move for these profiles (I haven't found a pumpkin flavor as good yet), and then using WF Caramel Rice Crispy as the base and bender to the pumpkin. The RY4 double acts as almost a richness inducer, giving a touch of a smokey caramelization to the pie. The CAP CDS does what it does best and that's add a soft cinnamon flavor to the mix while not detracting any of the other profiles. Now to answer the question. Did Folkart create enough distinction to call this recipe Sweet Potato rather than Pumpkin? For the most part, I think he did. Adding those deeper caramels and brown sugars does a good job of playing that role and the use of RY4 Double was smart. I'm sure if I vaped this recipe without seeing the ingredients, I'd be able to agree it was sweet potato rather than pumpkin. However, the profiles are so close together I would've loved a bit more distincition to completely win me over on sweet potato. Overall the recipe is fun, delicious, nostalgic, and impressive. I just wish there was a bit more authenticity to the flavor profile to really drive home that "sweet potato", with a bit more vibrancy to the flavor. DEFINITELY a recipe you want to mix up if you're planning on trying to tackle this difficult profile. SCORE: 4.5 / 5
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