This is a creamy cheesecake base with notes of dark chocolate chips on the exhale , and a buttery bakery finish
This is a bit of a stepper at least 7 days . tested on a relaod S RDA .16 alien coli at .16 ohm
Inw yes we can cheesecake and Custard premium create a full almost whipped cream cheese mouth feel, like a Philadelphia cream cheese with some buttery notes from custard
Toasted marshmallow creates some intrinsic dark sweetness and mouth feel
Dark chocolate creates a semi sweet chocolate note on the exhale of this mix
The pastry for this mix is provided by the cookie dough , sugar cookie and cookie to bring a light buttery bakery finish.
So once I tasted the Bubble Bruit wine I had to do something with it and a Bellini immediately came to mind. On the inhale I get light peach dry white wine that transitions to a sweet syrup ginger note . This is a well balanced mix I am really enjoying , there is a bit of throat hit for the first 3 days or so..
Tested n the relaod RDA S at 55 - 60 watts
Blood orange champagne and Bubble winecreate the wine base for this mix. Bubble wine has a light booze note if used above 1.5% that is support by the blood orange that has a booze note. The bruit wine is dry but does have a light sweetness from an apple grape note that I am picking up
ginger peach has a creamy body to it that helps fill in the middle of this mix and adds body. it also helps support that ginger on the back end along with the gingerbread, The ginger bread is more of a ginger syrup in this mix then a bread note at this percent ( note I wanted a prominent ginger note - this may not be for every one , if so drop the cap gingerbread to .75% - 1.00%)
Golden syrup is to add that syrup note and adds some body as well
Lemon and lemon sour help to have the peach pop front and adds some tartness to contrast to sweeter flavors, also helps to add that drying effect of a dry wine
This is my take on a version of Graham Slam ejuice profile
ON inhale you get the graham cracker that transitions to a sweet honey oat cereal note that is blended together with the creams and marshmallow
Tested on a reload S at 60 watts - steep is 7 - 10 days
graham cracker is a true honey graham cracker with a crisp texture and graininess comes out after a steep (TPA Graham cracker clear could be used here but FW is slightly better for this profile)
Honey circles cereal gives that backed oat note with a nice touch of honey
Bavarian cream ads some sweet creamy body with some darker caramel notes
vanilla swirl brings slight vanilla notes and blends this mix
Tasted marshmallow adds sweetness and and some "baked" notes to he mix
Traditionally, the Mexican Paloma is served on the rocks and prepared by mixing tequila, fresh lime juice and grapefruit-flavored soda, like Jarritos.
In the US - the cocktail is often made with Fresca or Squirt.
This mix is very very much like Fresca with a dash of tequila and lime. iIt is incredibly refreshing and easily an ADV for me. tested on the reload s at 50 watrs.
The combination of citrus soda, honey pomelo and Pink guava really create a spot on fresca soda off the shake
citrus soda to me is a slightly flat sprite
Honey pomelo is a ripe bright grapefruit with out the biting notes and is slightly sweet
Pink guava brings out more of the pink grapefruit notes and at this percent had a very very light hop note which works with the tequila
Lime Tahiti pushes those grapefruit notes up top and is noted on the inhale
Tequila agave is hard to describe but to me it is very similar to cactus but slightly sweeter and wetter . it is smooth no harshness or booze in the least . I am noting it more on the exhale
NOTE I added a drop of WS 23 and FLV sweetness to add vibrancy and sweetness to the soda . CAP grapefruit could be used around 7% instead of Honey Pomelo but it will have a slightly bitter tart note and leans more white grapefruit then pink
This is a bright vibrant tropical profile that is mango forward that transition to the tangerine and finishes with a slightly tart pineapple. and sweetness of the African horned cucumber
Tested on a reaload RDA at 65 watts
This mix is a collaboration between MECH MOD RN and Queer Your vape https://alltheflavors.com/users/QueerYourVape
island Mango is a a very ""orange" full and sweet ripe mango that is juicy and sits in the front of this mix
african horned cucumber has sweet honey - melon notes that are combined with a cucumber, this combination adds some body and wetness to the mix
pineapple candy is a candy like pineapple that sits a bit on top , and backs into the mix after a day or so
tangerine add some more of that orange note and helps to fill in the middle of this mix as the mango is front end of the mix
lemon lime soda adds the needed citrus to contrast the ripe fruit and adds a wetness as a beverage and mixer
This is my take on the classic cocktail Bees Knees - which like many prohibition-era cocktails was invented as a way to hide the scent and flavor of poor quality homemade spirits. The addition of honey was considered bizarre by some at the time, since sugar is more usual. The original cocktail is made with gin, but I felt that Bourbon is a better pairing in this style of cocktail
On the inhale and exhale you get a sweetened honeyed lemonade with a tart blood orange and darker spice notes on the finish
tested in a reload RDA at 60 watts . it is good at 3 days
This mix is based off of the the FOGVLOG layerz episode back bar bitters https://youtu.be/ggxsvyBEPLM
I built off profile that was presented on layerz
The lemon needed some more tartness and VT sour lemon is pretty good at adding that really tart note .. but it is not sour
Honey Bee is light and floral so the golden syrup helps with adding some dark notes
blood orange holds the middle here and connects to the back bar bitters pulling out the orange note
bourbon adds a nice dark warm note to the finish
back bar bitters adds a nice dark spice note that gets your lemon to really pop with a bitter orange note and creates a unique finish
on the inhale you get a brown sugar oat, multigrain cereal that transition to a cinnamon baked sweet apple
Tested on a Relaod RDA at 60 watts
made for DIY DOWUN UNDER Mixing with me mates episode on cereal https://youtu.be/fBjJQ01eRx4
For the cereal base the Apple snacks is good but light on the cinnamon and baked apple to me so the addition of apple filling provides that in spades, after a 5 day steep the cream notes come forward and the cinnamon in the apple filling settles out and sits very nicely in the back with the apple . The honey circles is a very much like honey nut cheerios to me and really pushes that oat cereal note . , hazelnut was added just as a accent note to add a toasted nut note to the cereal
For the milk I wanted a slightly thicker creamy milk base so the use of flv cream does that well along with meringue and a touch of vanilla marshmallow for sweetness and more body .
Milk and honey was added for a dark brown sugar sweetness for the mix
Add sweetner to y our liking this is pretty sweet as is but I added .3% of flv sweetness
This is a simple passion fruit vape that just tastes darn good! on the inhale you get a sweet bright vibrant passion fruit with a slightly floral and orange finish .
Good off the shake better 3 days - tested and developed on an reload RDA at 55W
So you may be thinking WHY OH WHY did I add back bar bitters to this . Well the back bar bitters by FLv seems to me like an orange bitters , which traditionally have made from the peels of Seville oranges, cardamom, caraway seed, coriander and burnt sugar in an alcohol base., and create a unique pairing against the bright tropical notes of the passion fruit.
The combination of passion fruit and yellow passion fruitcreate a lovely authentic passion fruit . I wanted some more of the orange note I get from the passion fruit so I used that higher but you can use it as a 50/50 . The yellow passion fruit provides more of a tart finish that I used at a slightly lower percent
Coconutwas used for some body and creamy notes, to help blend the mix rather then a dairy cream
Back bar bitters are used for that bitter orange note that picks up on the orange from the passion fruit. It also adds some darker spices that get the tropical fruit to pop . it is noticeable in the exhale and make for a really interesting finish
Add sweetner to your liking I added .5% of FLV sweetness to mine
So a little cocktail for St Paddy day! this is a sweet and slightly tart cocktail based on a Midori melon ball. On the inhale you get that bright citrus note followed by the sweet honeydew and bit of sweet warmth added from the bourbon. Good on an RDA at 60 watts after a 3 - 4 day steep. NOTE This grows a bit and the honeydew really comes forward after a day or so, so give it at least 3 days before deciding if you want to change anything to suit your taste
For the melon - FLV honeydew is the main note - it is a sweet almost creamy type of honeydew it is full body and has a slight syrup/ sticky sweetness note to it and seems to grow over time this need to be balanced with some wild melon and melon rind to add some more wetness of a cocktail
For the sweet and sour mixer i used a combination of citrus soda which to me is very much like a sprite soda with a lemon/lime main note - it is bright, front forward and also seems to grow.. Blood orange which brings a nice bright citrus sweetness along with some tartness and helps filling the middle a bit finally apple sour which is a sweet and sour candy syrup like note. This contrast is needed to create balance in a handcrafted cocktail.
Bourbon is used low here for some warm notes as you would expect in an alcohol beverage - but it is not booze . it also add some darker sweet notes to contrast some of the brighter top notes
SWEETENER: I added sweetness to mine at .5% as I like that additional sweetness which midori has but it is really not needed as the honeydew is pretty sweet on its own
in the summer I love this beverage it is a lime, watermelon, strawberry and coconut water cooler . It is similar to a slushie.
Made for day time franks Mixin in the kitchen episode on marshmallow
On the inhale you get a strawberry that transitions to coconut and ends with a watermelon and finishes with a light cooling note
watermelon is a slightly candy type of watermelon but does have some green notes here that is really prominent on the exhale. if you want a bit more realistic watermelon MB or FA watermelon lean more realistic
pineapple adds a darker sweetness that contrasts some of the bright top notes of the watermelon and sits in the middle of this mx - and it is not meant to be very prominent as it is more of a filler for the middle
Strawberry adds some jammy ripe strawberry notes that bring out the "red" notes of this mix
sweet coconut adds some volume and takes the bitter notes off of the watermelon which can occur when used above 1%
Vanilla Marshmallow adds density body, and sweetness with a light vanilla note that supports the red flavor in this mix
sherbet and sorbet are accent notes here. sherbet adds the citrus notes to help bring bright top notes of the fruit out. Sorbet has some additional melon notes with a bit of a mint cooling on the finish
feel free to add sweetner Cap super sweet at .5%