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Profile: Waffle with banana and a splash of whipped cream

So one of the commercial juices that I really enjoyed vaping, was Double Drip Coil Sauce Strawberry Banana Waffle. Although i could never really taste the strawberry, it was rich in waffle and banana.
My intend with this is not to make an exact clone, but something along the lines of it, since I really enjoy that profile.
It's pretty straight forward.

The waffle itself is just MB Classic Belgian Waffle and SSA Crisp Waffle. I find it gives a pretty delicious mixture of crispy and buttery gooey waffle at the same time. I had MB Classic Belgian Waffle at 2.5% to begin with, but it was a tad too high and I noticed an odd mucus off-note. Much better around 2%.
SSA Crisp Waffle has gone up and down a little bit in this recipe. I landed on 1%, where it was previously 1.5% and 2%, which was a tad too high and the waffle got a bit too crispy like a cone. The goal is to strike a balance between a soft buttery waffle that still has a bit of a crunchy texture. And I think this is it.

VT Banana Custard handles the banana on its own perfectly fine and even supports the cream a little too. I don't want it to be an absolute dominant flavor, but just there enough to be blended well with the waffle, so 2% is perfectly fine.

The cream is rather simple and doesn't play a major role, but will give a good supporting mouth feel and some creamy vibes. TFA Vanilla Swirl was a last-minute addition, but I felt like I was missing it in the mix for a hint of vanilla and a good support to the TFA Whipped Cream.

SSA Milky Caramel Fudge is used as a sauce kind of type. Not a major role, but I needed it for a nuance in the mix that kinda goes well with everything else. I pushed it a little high, but around 1.5% and 2% I didn't really feel it was there. So hence the 2.5%, which still feels a little on the low side, but it reach the intended goal.

Relatively short steep of 5 days, since nothing in the mix really needs that long to settle.

Add in somes sweetener if you like. I'll let that be up to you.

Enjoy.

Art by Dico/Zany

Let the drums of war sound as we march into battle in the frozen lands!

Since I did Frost Punk, I wanted to combine FLV Peppermint with licorice. It's black as night and cold as winter. I guess it kinda describes my mood sometimes.

The licorice is my own little combination.

I find CAP Licorice at 2% and FA Black Touch at 1% very fitting for your typical european style licorice. Just about enough salmiak and anise to make it great.
FLV Peppermint adds hefty and cold mint that goes well with the black tones of licorice.
FA Meringue adds a little sweetness and texture to the mix.

Add sweetener of your own choice if you like.

Super simple no bullshit recipe.

SnV worthy, but I tend to let FLV Peppermint sit overnight or a 24h period to kinda balance itself.

There aren't much to say about this. I was in the mood for something icy and minty, without using cooling like koolada or WS-23 (cause I don't like that).

I love both FLV Peppermint and PUR Butter Mint as they give me exactly what I wanted.

Vanilla is there to give the mint a nice soft pillow to sit on and some good nice mouthfeel. INW Shisha Vanilla really pairs well with the buttery sweetness PUR Butter Mint has. TFA Vanilla Swirl helps FLV Peppermint a lot with sharpening off the rough edges it can have.

Super Sweet is only there for my personal preference. Use whatever sweetener or none if you like. I'm disgusting like that.

Let it sit for 2-3 days and you're good to go.

Back in the early days of 2019, before the world went to shit thanks to COVID19 and politicians didn't spread it to each other, @Alfredpudding @eyemakepizza and yours truly decided, that we were in the need of a damn good key lime pie.
So we set sails trying to create what we thought would be the best damn key lime pie we could make.

The pie crust itself is simply just made using TFA Cheesecake (graham crust), INW Yes, We Cheesecake and CAP Graham Cracker.
The filling is super simple, using TFA Bavarian Cream, VT Shisha Lime (which really to us is the best damn lime in current state) and a pinch of meringue. TFA Cheesecake (graham crust) obviously help the filling too.

It's a simple and pretty straight forward recipe, but it stands to prove that you don't need that many ingredients to make something utterly delicious and authentic.

We never got around to uploading this recipe, so now is the time to do so.

Enjoy!

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Profile: Sesame dough ball with vanilla pudding filling

The journey to make this recipe has been long, but I'm very satisfied with the outcome.
Despite the simplicity of the recipe, the end result is a very complex flavor, that adds two layers of contrast to the mix.

To create the sesame dough ball, I tried various combinations of WF Sesame Dough with all kinds of bakeries. Everywhere from FA Cookie, to WF Deep Fried Pastry Dough, CAP Sugar Cookie etc. But every time, I found myself getting further and further away from the simplicity that I really wanted from a sesame ball. So in the end, I had to come to realize, that WF Sesame Dough on its own actually worked perfectly fine.
It has a sharpness of toasted sesame, but keeps the warmth and don't overdo the sharpness at all. It's nice and round in flavor and a little sticky in texture.
To help the stickiness be more upfront, I added a pinch of FA Meringue.

Concerning the pudding, I went though time and time again to figure out exactly what I wanted. I knew FLV Vanilla Pudding needed to be in this, as it has the great ability to be thick, almost borderline disgusting, but handled correctly you can get some really nice results with it.
To add a sort of eggy note to the filling, I danced around a few custards such as FA Custard Premium, FA Custard, but I always landed right back on INW Custard, as it brings those exact eggy notes I was after and doesn't add any taste that I didn't really need there.
To bridge the INW Custard and FLV Vanilla pudding, I'm using TFA Vanilla Swirl and its ability to smoothen everything out.
FA Meringue again brings a little sweetness and stickiness to the filling.

The contrast here is, that you'll start with the toasted sesame and a hint of dough. Before you know it, you're hit with the vanilla filling. Exactly as if you were actually eating a sesame ball with a vanilla filling.

This recipe is inspired by the vietnamese dessert "Báhn Cam", which usually consist of a mung bean filling, but despite me lacking any sort of bean flavor, it works perfectly fine with a vanilla filling instead.

Let it steep at least the recommended 5 days for the best result.

Enjoy!

Thumbnail design by @Zany

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Profile: Creamy vanilla rice pudding with a hint of cardamom

Quote @Zany: "Unlike Traditional Chinese Medicine - This will actually make you erect!"

Development:

We wanted to make a delicious rice pudding with hints of spices and vanilla without actually making it too thick and disgusting.
@Zany aka. Dico and I sat down and looked over which flavors we had that would fit such a profile.

The very first version contained VT Thai Sticky Rice, FM Pistachio, VT Yoghurt Drink, FLV Vanilla Pudding and TFA Whipped Cream.
To begin with, we only had VT Thai Sticky Rice on the table for the rice base, but we kinda figured out that it wasn’t enough rice so we introduced FE Sweet Rice to the mix.
At some point, we also had FM Pistachio in the mix, but the more we huffed and puffed, the more we kinda figured that it didn’t really quite fit in for what we were going for.
Pretty early in, it was decided that FA Cardamom would maybe be an awesome addition, so it was added. It somehow didn’t clash very well with VT Yoghurt drink, which also were just kinda weird, so we scrapped VT Yoghurt Drink early on.
Final addition to the line-up was FLV Sweet Coconut and it all just fell into place.

Concerning the taste of this mix, it’s not overly strong on the rice taste as VT Thai Sticky Rice comes with a hint of a spice note. It’s there to add some depth in the mix.
In combination with some notes of vanilla, coconut, a little cream to bind it all together and a wonderful warm and round taste of cardamom as a finisher, it’s a twirl of flavors that dances in your gob.

Please do let it sit for about 5 days to let it all blend in nicely together.

Enjoy!

Thumbnail design by: @Zany

Profile: Caramel infused taffy with a kick of peppermint

Been screwing and chewing around with FLV Peppermint thanks to @Zany, despite the fact that yours truly hates everything cool.
But I was drawn to the peppermint flavor much more rather than just having a cool element in my mix.
I do love a good caramel and peppermint candy however, so I set sails to make it into a vape that I could enjoy all year around.

Lets break it down!

The Taffy Chew:

To create the texture I decided to go with FW Salt Water Taffy as the main note. This adds both a little sweetness and a little texture to the mix.
I wanted to enhance the texture, making it more thick (as if it would be sticking to your teeth), so for a more waxy and sticky texture note I my choice fell on CAP Butter Cream to complete the waxy and stickiness.
For a little bit of mouthfeel, just so it didn't feel like that I would be chewing a flavored candle light, I threw in some TFA Vanilla Swirl. It makes it chewy, but round and nice in texture and adds a hint of sweetness and creaminess without actual cream.

The Caramel Mint:

I have always found the mixture of FW Caramel (salted) and FA Butterscotch to be a perfect caramel taste for me. It brings the best of both worlds, so it was an easy choice for me combine those two.
Concerning percentages of the two, they are just about enough to not be disgusting, but gives a nice round warm mouthfeel on the inhale, that really coveres your tongue in caramel goodiness.
On the exhale, you'll get a good serious kick of the FLV Peppermint in both terms of cooling and the nice sharp peppermint taste, while the caramel still lingers and dances around. I experimented with FLV Peppermint around 0.5% which i found to be way too much and it just took over. I find 0.25% to be just perfect, to still keep some sharpness without it feels like you're vaping razorblades.
FA Meringue is being used in this case to create a shade of candy and doesn't really do much other than exactly that.

To complete the candy, but not stated in the recipe above due to the preference of people, I added in about 0.25% CAP Super Sweet. I find that it adds the sugarlips that I myself like from candy, but the recipe works fine without it really. It all comes down to whether or not you as mixer tend to use it.

Concerning a steep, this really needs the advised 3 days of steep. Off the shake the FLV Peppermint is a tad too harsh and the caramels haven't developed yet at all, so please follow my advise and let it sit for 3 days.

I present to you: Blackstrap.

Goofing around on DIY_eJuice Discord, wanting to fiddle with Strap-On, @EdibleMalfunction suggested to make one with licorice, cause he knows I love that black gold. He also named it. So all I did was to use the Strap-On and my own licorice blend.

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Notes for this are in /r/DIY_eJuice's May 2016 Recipe Thread, but basically it's a fruity framework to build on. I love adding one ingredient to this, and that one ingredient varies depending on my mood. FA Kiwi, TFA Dragonfruit, and INW Cactus are some of my favorites to add to it.

Profile: Apple Pie duuuuh

Notes:

Super simpel and super easy Apple Pie to make!

The Crust:
Very simpel and straight forward mixture of FA Apple Pie and VT Croissant. Combined they are to me the perfect pie crust as they have both a buttery note and a bit of flake going on. FA Apple Pie does take a couple of days to really come out and at 1% it does work its magic for being just a crust with no notes of apples or spices. VT Croissant is super buttery even at 2% which makes the crust feels nice, thick and chewy.

The Filling:
PUR Country Apple has an amazing ability for apples pies since it taste like cooked apples. To make an apple pie, this would be the apple I go for, thanks to that ability. I have tried other apples, but they don't bring that feeling of cooked apple like PUR Country Apple does. It's soft, mushy and sweet.
FLV Apple Filling I kept somewhat low at 1% as I didn't want it to dominate the other ingredients in the filling. I find 1% to be just the perfect amount of spices. Not too much and not too little - just a nice touch of spices.
I don't know how common it is anywhere else, but here where I'm from we like to have prunes, dates or raisins in our apple pies. VT Red Dates has a bit of a sweet and dark taste, that I find go super very well with apples in general. It has a touch of sun raisins going on and it does a little love dance with the apple.
It brings some punch to the filling, adding some darker and fruity notes and adds some nice texture.
Lastly for the filling I settled for just a hint of INW Custard. By all means, I'm not using this much for the flavor, but more to thicken up the texture of the filling itself and make it a little gooey, which INW Custard delivers perfectly fine at 0.75%.

Lastly at the very top of the pie goes the OOO Powdered Sugar. It's just there for the taste and to enhance the sweetness of it all a little.

While I suggest to let it sit for 5 days, to me it's already good after a few days.

Enjoy!

Profile: Banana with peanut butter and a dash of butterscotch

Notes:

I landed (again) on CC Banana Yoghurt for this recipe, as the banana in this concentrate is seriously delicious! The yoghurt part adds a nice creamy and round taste. I find 3% just be just perfect for it.

I found TFA DX Peanut Butter to go very well for it around 3% as well - although, it does need 3 days to sit as the peanut butter is very strong right after the first shake (but still taste good).

FW Butterscotch at 2% has two jobs in this recipe. First of all - adding to the flavor of the profile obviously and secondly, it adds a nice creamy effect to the mix as well.

FA Caramel at 0.75% is only there to boost the caramel flavor from the butterscotch a little.

The CAP Butter Cream adds two things as well to this mix - knowingly that it's one of those concentrates that tastes different from person to person.
The first job it has is to add a little bit of buttery effect to this mix, that'll help the TFA DX Peanut Butter to be a little bit more round in flavor.
Second job is to add a little bit of waxy texture to the mix for the mouthfeel.

Lastly, TFA Vanilla Swirl for a rounder flavor and to sharpen off the edges from the banana (plus adding a hint of vanilla in the mix)

I recommend 3 days steep to make the TFA DX Peanut Butter and CC Banana Yoghurt to mainly blend in together as they are the main components.

Enjoy and feel free to leave a review!

User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: almost 2 years ago
Very, very nice and fresh. Good mouth feel. Love it!
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
No more. No Less. Simply perfection.
User: Kittybit Score: 2 Entered: over 1 year ago
Way too aggressive on the Sweet Tangerine, which sadly makes this mix harsh. The pineapple, Kiwi and mango all gets muted by the tangerine. Makes it taste incredible synthetic and not particulary good.
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
The citrus combo here is what young people would call "da bomb". A truly perfect blend that doesn't need anything to carry it. This is really how sunshine tastes like and it's amazing.
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
This is some serious good stuff. I was scared, that the lime would completely overtake everything, but it didn't. 6% Yoghurt drink might seem high, but it suits the lime so very well. Good stuff!
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
This is pretty satisfying! Nice and fresh.
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Fantastic Butter Pecan Pie! While recommended steep is 12 days, I gave it 21 days and it was stunning.
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
This is indeed fall in a bottle! The leafy flavor from FLV Virginia hints just a pinch of tobacco, which works very well with the fuji and the spices. It's warm and very comfortable to vape. The taste of this liquid will lead your min onto the colors of fall. Very, very nice indeed. Great job, Alfred!
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Considering it's a 2-ingredient recipe, this is pretty damn good. The pistachio is very heavy and creamy in this recipe, but fits strangely well considering it holds up against the RY4 all on it's own. The Ry4 is a little in the background, but it's really comfortable. Very great vape.
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Solid homemade Ry4 right there! Very good entry into tobaccos for new beginners and you can really built on top of this.
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
You really need to like fig to like this juice. Luckily, I do. It's buttery nice with a heavy note of fig to it. I have no idea how a Fig Newtons is supposed to taste like, but this tastes like something from my childhood that was probably much like a fig newtons. Pretty good flavor!
User: Kittybit Score: 4 Entered: over 1 year ago
I'll chime in with ID10-T on this. I have zero clue what the hell a Pluot Clafoutis is or how it should taste like - but hey, it doesn't matter. As long as the vape tastes good, which this does. However there are a few pointers. First is that 3 days is not enough steeping. After 3 days I find it to fall a little flat, the plum hasn't really set in with the rest and the NY Cheese Cake is still on a very bullying stage. Now after 7 days (as to where I'm writing this) it's much, much better and the flavors has really blended in well together. Although, I still find something in the fruit department lacking to accompany the plum and the apricot. It needs just a touch more of a fruity body to really make this shine. So I'd say this is pretty much close to home - nearly flawless as ID10-T described it. Sucks I can't give it 4.5 stars, cause that's exactly where it is. Very good and enjoyable vape. Sorry for teasing you about it, my dear friend.
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Simple recipe, yet so delicious. While I normally find Black Touch boring on its own, it just works very well alongside FA Custard Prem. Very nice recipe! It's not too overly licorice-like, but it's there as bit of a back note. Very well made.
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Considering the age of this recipe, it still goddamn works! Maybe a bit heavy on the cinnamon, but I don't have issue with that. It has some serious nice buttery goodness going on and that vanilla note from CAP Vanilla Custard is very welcoming. I very much enjoy this.
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Delivered as promised. This one is very simple, but very good! It's one of those that gets better over a few days, although it does the job perfectly fine as SnV. I usually have it with t work with some other flavors, but I mainly grab for this one. Bonus: This was the recipe that made me like CAP Sugar Cookie as I hated it before. Good shit!
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Despite the age of this recipe, it still works! Nice solid buttery cinnamon taste. I each for this a few times a week when I really want to indulge myself. Good stuff!
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
This is some serious good stuff. I was a little sceptical at first with the 1.5% INW biscuit, as we are so used to this around 0.5%, but I must say that the CAP Vanilla Custard really combats the dryness INW Biscuit usually has. So a very easy and tasty recipe the Developed boys has made here.
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
This is some serious good stuff. I was a little sceptical at first with the 1.5% INW biscuit, as we are so used to this around 0.5%, but I must say that the CAP Vanilla Custard really combats the dryness INW Biscuit usually has. So a very easy and tasty recipe the Developed boys has made here.
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Pretty fresh, summery and good for when you need a fresh break from desserts! I had my worries on the VT Sour Lemon turning soapy, but to my surprise it didn't. I did add 2 drops of super sweet into a 30ML and I find it keeps it fresh a tad longer. This works perfectly fine on its own, but I can definitely see this one being tinkered with, so as a base it's awesome too. Good job, Dico!
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
This is actually pretty neat! FLV Mango and CAP Lemon Lime does go very well together. There's no BS with this recipe and I love it. You get what's on the label. For a 30ML I added 2 drops of CAP Super Sweet to make it just a little bit more poppin'. easy simpel delicious recipe. Oh and if Mr. Bellows says it's yours, then it's yours.
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
When I stumbled over this recipe, two warnings signs immediately flashed in my mind: The 1.5% INW Biscuit and CAP Funnel Cake, as INW Biscuit tends to get very dry and CAP Funnel Cake has a terrible habit of turning into play dough. But you know what? They oddly work great in this recipe! No dryness, no odd off-notes of play dough. It's a very enjoyable vape that had me vapin' it for two days straight.
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
This is some seriously good shit. Pizza and dawg has succeeded in using HHGv1 (R.I.P) with something a RY4 normally don't go with. It's nicely balanced recipe and oddly, that VT Shisha Lime pairs perfectly with HHGv1. The cheesecake trinity does what it does and just fits. This is one dirty lime cheesecake and I love it. A good solid old school eyemakepizza recipe, before he turned into a self-loathing baby-making ice cream lunatic.
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
I fail to see, how I can be the first to review this. Because oh dear lord, this is fantastic! Even though it's a very simpel recipe only using one cola to run the show, it does it gracefully. FA Cola brings both the nice - almost too sweet, and a good amount of fizz. The little touch of cinnamon was a clever move here as it adds some great dimension to the mix. But the INW Marzipan is the winner in this mix. What it does to the remaining ingredients is just fantastic! The cooling I sadly had to sub, as it's very difficult to find DS around here, let alone DS Ice, but a little WS-23 did the trick.
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: 12 months ago
It's kiwi, it's lemon, it's fizzy and it's juicy. It paints a picture of a perfect summer and better times before you're stuck in economic bill-hell, that the grown up life is all about.
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: 7 months ago
This is a pretty enjoyable vape actually and a great attempt for a first recipe. Obviously, the mixer could have gone down a much deeper route with the milk, but it kinda works with FLV Cream and FA Meringue combo.
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: 7 months ago
This was a pleasent vape to try! I was a bit on the fence about the profile, but I had to try it and I'm glad that I did. It's round in flavor, the cinnamon aren't very aggressive, but adds a nice warm spice note to the mango. Very smooth and delicious recipe for sure.
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: 7 months ago
Pure and prime example of how awesome CAP Sugar Cookie really is. Nice and buttery, little bit eggy from the meringue and the TFA Bana Cream and CAP Sugar Cookie is a match made in heaven. This is some delicious good stuff.
User: Kittybit Score: 4 Entered: 4 months ago
So close to 5 stars, but yet a little far away. The simplicity of this recipe proves, that it is truly possible to make a good solid recipe with just a few ingredients. Sadly, it's not perfect as the super sweet really mutes a lot of the good flavors in this recipe. I do pick up the coffee and a creamy texture, but I'm not fidning a whole lot of vanilla due to the muting. I made a second tester at the same time where I tried lowering CAP Super Sweet to just 0.25% and it is definitely a lot better. A good adaption to this, would be to introduce it to a little bit of VT Coffee Milk Froth, which I think could help it out with more texture. Over all, not bad a recipe and I really enjoyed vaping it, despite the overly sweet taste.
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: 4 months ago
Never tried the original, so I can't base my review on that. But none the less then this is some good stuff that I have mixed a god handful of times. Every time, I'm as satisfied as I was the first time. Simple, delicious and well made.
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
This... this is some good shit.
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: about 1 month ago
This is good simpel candy recipe. The peach and strawberry blend very well together with a good jelly texture from CAP Jelly Candy. I disagree with the 7 days of steeping, although it doesn't make it bad in any way. Leaving it over night and it's good to go. Very enjoyable.
User: Kittybit Score: 2 Entered: about 1 month ago
Definitely a quick and easy mix. However, INW Cactus at 3% as a main note has sadly turned this mix extremely medicinal and excruciating overpowered. The supposed subtle orange in the background is not there at all. I tried adding a little sweetener to it, to see if that would anything, but sadly no luck. I'm sad that this recipe has failed me, as I think the idea is good. But sadly needs a lot of worth balancing the two flavors.
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: 29 days ago
Damnit this is still some good shit! And it has taught me, that I have been using FLV Milk Chocolate wrong all this time. Good solid banana shake with some delicious chocolate sauce right on the top. This will be such a guilty pleasure vape for me and I love it. The layers are fantastic, despite the age this recipe has. Good shit!
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: 27 days ago
For a very long time, I have been looking for a good no-bullshit peanut cream. And this is it. It's fantastic! Nice round mouth filling delicious cream and the DX Peanut Butter and FA Carmel really work well together. I like the tiny amount of malt the M&H brings to this mix. It's just pure fantastic. Thanks for such a great mix.
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: 13 days ago
Might as well copy my review from ROTY2020 for this: Let alone the fact, that I didn't get to write down a review for this in the mega recipe review thread pains me. So I have decided to nominate it for ROTY instead. Reasons: It does exactly what Prickly Victory failed to execute. Deserve to actually be good and be something with a bit of "oomph" to it. Now I appreciate a simple recipe that does something. Even more I appreciate when a mixer can bend concentrates, that aren't obvious, and still maintain it to be good. That is exactly what this is. A masterpiece no less.
User: Kittybit Score: 5 Entered: 12 days ago
This deserves a big hell yes from me.
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