This recipe came from a brainstorming session between myself and my Sergeant who doesn't even vape. That being said his interest was still peaked. The basis for this creation was to develope a taste/aroma that was like nothing else. This required pairing concentrates that you would typically not see side by side in any other recipe out there. I believe this was accomplished, with the outcome being an extremely sharp menthol lemon lime top note with a sweet and sour vodka candy body. So if this sounds like a profile that you would be interested in, then go ahead, mix her up and let us know what you think. Thanks Krucial
New and greatly improved. This is super simple and authentically delicious. Tastes good as a shake and vape, and is great after an overnighter. 5 to 7 days for perfection. I haven't tried it but a smidge of ws-23 may drive home an authentic cold and milky bowl of Apple Jack's. So mix it up and enjoy, thanks KRUCIAL...
This remix is to mimic the New Dinner Lady Blackberry Crumble the shit is delicious and this remix does the job as well. It does need a good steep at least 7 days. I used Darren Cole's aka dazcole Lemon Tart Remix as my base then just removed the lemons and replaced them with the proper berry concentrates.
I stumbled upon the idea of making this recipe because someone asked me to make them a Strawberry with White Chocolate or a Blueberry Cobbler. Fortunately for me I did not hear the "or blueberry" part, so I set off to create a Strawberry White Chocolate Cobbler. I have never been so glad that I am hard of hearing because this combination transfered to vape form so deliciously.
At first I thought well this is gonna be hard because I had yet to find a white chocolate concentrate that did what I wanted it to do without tasting like wax. I had recently picked up Real Flavors White Chocolate and although it needs to be used at a fairly high percentage. The notes that I wanted are there and it has zero waxy flavor and the addition of FW Malt helps to boost the white chocolate note. Once I had that figured out the rest was pretty straight forward. I used the INW Shisha Strawberry and LB Strawberry to get the exact notes one would expect to have in their strawberry desserts. I created my cobbler base/bakery notes by using the combination of JF Biscuit, LB Baker's Touch, and CAP Vanilla Custard. That slight percentage of CAP Vanilla Custard brings in that concentrated gooey feel that we know and love in our cobblers. Then adding just little bit of CAP Super Sweet brings the entire recipe to a level of sweetness that I personally find perfect. If you like your dessert recipes sweeter or less sweet feel free to adjust it, as it will not effect the overall recipe. Right off of a shake the FW Malt is fairly forward but as it steeps it falls right into place. This recipe is definitely banger status in my opinion but wtf do I know hahahaha. So mix that shit, vape that shit, and rate that shit. Thanks peeps, enjoy. KRUCIAL outty.
Hey peeps I have been tinkering with this recipe for a couple months now making just minor changes here and there searching for that perfect balance. JF Biscuit being a great base for that drier baked cereal note and bolstered with a little Capella CDS to bring that ever so slight bake cinnamon note. The Strawberry Ripe is only in here to boost the apple pairing of JF Fuji (can sub with FA Fuji) and FA Stark Apple. I personally have found that using FA Meringue with OOO Milky Undertones gives just the milk notes that should be present in any cereal vape if you are looking for that drenched in milk flavor. Then just enough Super Sweet to get that tongue out to like them lips. I hope you all enjoy it and let me know what you think. Holla, Krucial
As most folks in the DIY e-liquid game right now know I am not a big fan of tobacco. That being said I really enjoy RY4 and DIYFS nails it with Holy Holy RY4. This is a very simple recipe but that simplicity does not carry over to the flavor profile. FE Avocado brings so much depth and mouth feel to this profile it is insane. This mix has zero edginess, meaning it is extremely full and rounded making it exactly the tobacco vape profile that I was looking for. Out of all the tobacco recipes that I have vaped it is the closest to feeling like actual smoke. There is a perfect amount of throat hit like you would want from actual smoke and hold on to your DIYORDIE hat..... it is even delicious as a shake and vape all though after 4 days the flavor and fullness has completely saturated the VG. I am definitely going to add this to my ADV line up, and it is another canidate for my extended (6 months) steep batches. So pick up these 2 concentrates turn on your scale and make a big ole bottle you will not regret it. Then sit back and vape it on down. This profile pairs very well with a IPA or a small glass of top shelf scotch. Enjoy it and let me what you think. Thanks, KRUCIAL
This profile all started a while back when a friend mine asked me to make him an Apple pie with Ice cream e juice. I thought it sounded pretty simple so I threw some stuff together, it turned out ok and he loved it but I knew it could be better, a lot better. So I played around with it (made it not better) Then I got back on track. I tried some things that I should have thought about in the beginning and I thought dam this is good but I know it can be better still. So I let Joe aka RAGEISALOTOFWORK try it and he really liked it. I told him I think it still needs work. So he vaped a 30ml and hit me with a couple of changes that took it over the top. I now believe that this recipe couldn't be any better. It nails the perfect balance of pie crust to pie filling and the cream sits right to the side like I wanted. I really know that if you dig this profile, you will definitely love this recipe. Mix it on up and let me know what you think. Thanks KRUCIAL (this recipe is also interesting when you compare it to the original /Apple Pie Allah also available on ATF\ you can see the development of a recipe profile, see what changes were made and ascertain why)
I have never had this e-liquid but a friend of mine asked me to clone/remix it from just his flavor profile description. Yes it is actually called F⭐CK ISIS. The description I received was a not real sweet strawberry, peach with a slight bit of cream and this is how I interpreted it. I don't what the original tastes like and unfortunately my friend still hasn't been able to try this remix ($hipping to Canada from the state's is expensive af) but this combo was delicious. Shout out Kevin Rosa from DIY Traders FB group who makes some dope ass coils by the way. Mix it up its a great profile.
I finally found the Blueberry used in Smoke Crossroads Blueberry Custard. I spent loads of money on this juice before I started into DIY so cloning it has been a definite to do for me and now I am ready to share it with the community and just in time for diyordie remix month.
My first attempts at this recipe involved dam near every blueberry concentrate available from Flavor West to Delosi and they weren't even close. The moment I smelled Flavorah Blueberry I knew I had found the one. So the rest of the recipe was to me was straight forward and after bouncing around a few percentages I landed on this. Capella Vanilla Custard V1 at 3% with Flavorah Blueberry at 3% and Capella Super Sweet at .50%, after a 1 week steep this is the best clone. I truly believe that I could not get closer.
Now if you are like me after DIYing for a while and going back to your local B&M and picking up your old go to commercial juice for the purpose of cloning, you are no longer blown away by the flavor of that liquid. This in my opinion is because the DIY recipes that you have been creating/mixing and vaping are a lot more in depth. This in my opinion really shows that DIY recipes are more a labor of love and people who DIY really care about the flavor that they want their recipes to display. We are not worried about profit margins and deadlines and at the end of the day to us it is all about the flavor and experience.
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So I took the recipe that I wanted to clone, cloned that bitch and then remixed it with love. This is that recipe. I stayed with FLV Blueberry at 3% as it is the main note to build around and at that percentage it stands out of the creams wonderfully. Now for the love custard eww bahahahaha. The CAP Vanilla Custard V1 in the reference was far to sharp and almost pungent but it was the concentrate that I needed, so kept it and massaged it into the the custard that I wanted. I reduced the percentage by half and added TPA Vanilla Swirl to round off the sharp vanilla note from the CAP. Then I added the FLV Cream to bring back that custardy thickness. I still needed to sweeten the mix as a whole and CAP Super Sweet at .30% was just right. There you go people mix the clone if you want to but I suggest mixing the remix, I recommend an 80/20 mix and both will need a full week of steeping. I hope you enjoy and leave some feedback as it is always appreciated. If you have had the reference liquid I would love to hear what you think. Thanks Krucial.