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For many of us an authentic orange juice is something we’ve long been after.
I started this years ago (just now releasing June 2021) and tired out from oranges at one point. I picked up SSA juicy orange and knew I had to try again. I gotta say this is the closest I’ve gotten so far. Still not 100% but I figured I’d share anyways since I think I'm done chasing this whale for now.

I have to thank Dave @ID10T for the suggestions of using FLV pineapple, smoothie base and pear (amongst others but those are what I settled on). It seems like a complex recipe but anything simpler took orange in a direction I didn't want. Using these at low percentages allowed me to fill in bits and pieces without allowing any of them to take me in a direction other than an orange. Go EASY on sweetener, if you use any at all, I'd suggest stevia or FLV sweetness, very low, or you'll just get orange candies. Go ahead and add WS23 if you like but personally I found it made it too fizzy.

WF orange juice Is a great orange juice but it's kinda thin, flat and is missing those bright top notes of an orange.
SSA juicy orange Is very bright but bordering on candy so its kept low and the balance of the orange is made up with other concentrates.
FLV pineapple When I had a conversation with Dave, I mentioned I was having trouble finding something to thicken up and add some pulpy texture, this is what he suggested, stating that if it could be hidden under enough orange, it just might do the trick and it sure does! He was also correct in the fact that it has a slight orange note to it.
FLV smoothie base Is there as a thickener and emulsifier. Has complementary citrus notes that do a good job of holding this all together.
CAP Italian lemon Sicily Is there as a brightener. I tried several lemons mostly for the top note and wetting effect and this one just seemed the least intrusive. You could sub this if you like though with pretty much anything but FE lemon since it doesn't fade off very well or JF juicy lemon since I felt it turned it more to soda.
FLV sour apple Adds some tartness and juiciness.
FA bergamot Used for some pithyness, initially I tried INW orange shisha for this but it was just a bit too orange for me, this adds the pith without overloading in orange.
FA bitter wizard I recalled reading that tobacco lovers use this in a mix to eliminate any inherent sweetness and thought to give it a go in this. This seems like to wouldn't really be necessary but given the included sweetener of WF orange juice, it does help to tone down the sweetness that we can't get rid of here, taking it a tad further from an orange soda. If you want less sweet still, you could bump this up a tad.
TPA smooth This is there for the triacetin. it helps to thicken the mix and round the harsh edges. Can be subbed for FA magic mask, FA mts vape wizard or FW flavor toner/enhancer. Though not sure about %ge since I don't have those.
FLV pear Was actually a last minute, I'm curious, addition and I don't know how or why but I felt like it made it less sweet somehow. Also gives some more texture and body to back up the pineapple that I dare not push too high.

One of my many iterations included SSA multivitamin and while it was really good, it took it too far away from being authentic and more to a punch... also brought the pineapple out too much for what I was going for. Still though, 1-2% makes for an interesting deviation.
VT fizzy sherbet at 1% makes this into a really good orange soda.
To make this more of a smoothie, bump the percentage of FLV smoothie base up to 1.5-2% and you're golden.
Lots of fun things you could do here to play around with it and prevent boredom.

Let this breathe for 24 hrs, its pretty harsh off the shake. I found it best after being steeped 2-3 days to let the edges meld a little.

Please rate, review and enjoy :)

It took me a long time to get a good cake that I could taste ALL parts of. WF really has the be all of cakes.

WF angel cake and fluffy white cake Feel free to use one or the other here at 2% instead of both at 1%. I just can’t ever decide between the two. So we compromise. :)
LA cake batter is just such an amazing flavour. Way better than FW cake batter dip IMO.
LB Ice cream, FA meringue and FLV frosting make up the full mouth feel of the frosting and back up the moistness of the cake.

FA cookie is in there as a back note to take the mix from a cake batter to an actually BAKED cake. Feel free to sub this for biscuit (JF or INW). I just have an aversion to it.

FW Sprinkles and OOO powdered sugar give us our sprinkles and sugar linger.

I like to load this with super sweet but sweeten to your liking.

If you mix it, please review it. It’s just good etiquette. :)


One summer while working lakeside at a super chill tattoo studio, I made my second home at this wicked Mexican restaurant. Aside from their mexi-dip that would have me getting outta bed for midnight cravings, they served this in-house made Sangria that led to me sleeping in their booths more than once. You'd get these massive jugs for 20$, they'd put citrus slices & cherries In there that would sink to the bottom & be the most delish booze soaked treat to fish out the bottom after you polished off a jug. This sangria was so fresh & fruity that you barely tasted the alcohol, so couple that with the price, ergo; booth bed!
This place has since closed the franchise taking their recipes to the grave :'(

The way I was taught to drink sangria by my ex GF's mom who grew up in spain, is at room temp (something about the smoothness of the wine and brandy?idk, she talked allot about booze lol) but in the heat sometimes chilled lemon Perrier & cold fruit are added to the room temp sangria which was my absolute fav. This is a recreation of that.

It's juicy, boozy, bubbly, fruity...and in perfect time for our stupidly late warm weather. Enjoy :)

FIZZY SHERBET adds some more fizz and a touch of lemon. I don't know how VT makes such a realistic fizzy texture but its amaze-balls.

BLOOD ORANGE CHAMPAGNE gives a slight boozy note with a touch of orange to help out the fruits in the mix.

FLV SANGRIA is the heart note here. I initially made this mix with RF sangria before the FLV version came along and I much prefer FLV. It's got more body and is heavier in tannins than the RF offering & has more of a booziness to it, think of it as being a deep red wine compared to RF being a fruity rosé.

FA LIQUID AMBER tops off the boozy note and adds some body.

MEXICAN CACTUS gives it some juiciness/wetness

BLOOD ORANGE/CHERRIES/LIME are for the fruits added to the sangria

Its honestly sweet enough on its own but I enjoy it with some FLV sweetness (really makes those fruits pop!) or supersweet added to it and in the summer, .50% WS23.
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Don't be mistaken, she may look all sweet but she'll set you on fire. This one's spicy like those redheads ya just can't stay away from!

Tastes just like a cinnamon heart candy; spicy, sickeningly sweet with that creamy-ish hard candy center you get after you suck all the spicy off. Oh, and the room note on this, if you like hot cinnamon, is to die for! I've been painstakingly trying to achieve (and by that I mean poor throat!) this profile on and off for years now, its something Ive not seen any mixers truly be able (or brave enough to try) to pull off. That made me even more determined and well, Ive finally nailed it down, just in time for Valentines day. Now I don't do holidays but you might want to mix up a bottle for your crush or sweetheart "t-t-t-t-t-t-today junior!" (if you didn't know thats from Billy Madison...tsk, tsk, shame on you)

I initially started by trying about every red hot/tamale flavor out there but to me they all have this synthetic chemical taste on the exhale that I really despise, I wanted to feel like I just swallowed a mitt-ful of the candy hearts I keep around all year long cuz I love em so much :p The trick with cinnamon flavorings is they need to be used really low otherwise they're just miserable and will tear a hole though your throat. My initial starting place of 2% with these was a truly painful experience, I couldn't taste anything for a bit after that thanks to the perfume note that TPA takes on if used higher than this.

FLV RED CINNAMON is a good spicy hot cinnamon with no chemical taste but kinda lacks that candy edge, so we need to help it out some.

TPA CINNAMON; by accident, I realized that this is not in-fact a spice type flavor but rather a red hot flavor without the nasty chemical/perfume taste like the other offerings. This helps to fill the edge that FLV is missing.

The combination of fruits at low% help fill in the candy note while staying low enough to not come upfront & golden syrup helps with the sticky mouth feel. I had initially tried CAP hibiscus & WF grenadine for the syrupy mouthfeel they are known for adding to a mix but they altered the taste too much. Golden Syrup is an incredibly useful flavoring that adds body and mouthfeel, deepens flavoring in a mix without being distracting at all.

This builds a chewy sticky mouthfeel with a hint of creaminess & helps blend out the harshness of the spicy cinnamon. PUR marshmallow might seem like an odd choosing but I had a reason for this. Other offerings are great for mouthfeel but PUR, I feel actually has the candy marshmallow taste, as well as feel. If you don't have it you could sub which ever marshmallow you have but I would up the holy vanilla to 1% in addition to it. Powdered sugar adds a great confection taste and feel to pretty much everything, its for sure one of those flavors you don't wanna be without.

This just helps to soften the harshness of the cinnamon and meld the mix together. You could sub MTS vape wizard if you have that instead, or omit it completely. I do find it helps but it wont break the recipe if you don't have it.

Yes this is insanely high! You could certainly omit the sweetener or adjust to your liking, I just feel that for an authentic candy cinnamon taste, it needed to be sickly sweet. This isn't an ADV anyways, (unless you're a masochist) so why not?

If you have a sensitive throat, I suggest making a small sample of this first and if you find it too spicy, you can reduce the cinnamon flavorings to .10% and .25% they are still detectable at this level but not as saturated or spicy.
I vape it right off the shake but breathing overnight will mellow it a bit and after a week steep, its a bit more creamy. This is better at higher wattages.

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This seems like a really complex recipe but in all honesty, if you don't have some of the berries in here you could likely just omit them or sub and you'd still get something really tasty. That being said, I feel the juicy lemon is pretty crucial as it adds a touch of tart undertone that gives the frozen yogurt a more authentic taste as well as giving a slight tart edge to the fruit notes, though Im sure almost any realistic lemon would suffice. Using this FroYo base, Ive made some pretty eclectic combinations, some of which I'll post at some point.

I kinda suck at writing detailed notes and don't much have the time to do so which is why to date, I've got so many recipes but so little posted lol.

I used a combo of raspberries to get an authentic berry taste, strawberry shisha to round up the top notes and a touch of cactus & pear to give it some juiciness. To me, boysenberry has that kinda fresh squished berry taste that I was looking for and is an awesome flavor with so much use. You wouldn't regret buying it.

Saskatoon berry is another really interesting flavor that I like very much, its rather reminiscent of dewberry. I know this is a flavor that some really don't like, Its really not essential to the mix so leave it out if you don't have/like it, it wont make it or break it. However, if you're looking for an interesting deviation from your typical boring stone fruit recipes, I suggest trying this.

Add whichever sweetener you like, in this mix, I prefer FLV sweetness @ 2% which gives it a more "sweet from within" taste & doesn't mess up coils.

Chill! You can add whichever cooling if you like, IF you like it frosty. WS23 @ .50% did it just right for me in this mix.

Doesn't really need a steep but I do find the yogurt comes in nicer after the 2nd or 3rd day.

Also, have tested this with 1.5 mg Nic Salts (as well as regular Nic) &, while noticeably toned down with salts, it still holds up well.

Please comment & rate if you do mix it up, not enough people do this here and its important for mixers to get feedback as a way of saying thank you for their hard work! :) ENJOY!

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User: MotherPunker Score: None Entered: about 3 years ago
nice. looks worth a try minus the ws-23 coz a latte is hot, not cold ;)
User: MotherPunker Score: 3 Entered: about 3 years ago
The only thing I noticed is that its missing that toasty flavor. The rice is too fresh & moist. I wonder if adding popcorn (though I've never used that flavor) to the mix, just a touch, to POP that rice... or something toasted that wouldn't over power the delicacy of the green tea. By the way have you tried DoMatcha brand genmaicha? try it if you haven't, you'll never drink anything else ;) I love the Tea-Lore of this tea about the servant named Genmai who stole a pocketful of rice & dropped a few grains into the the cup of the samauri lord as he served them their morning tea during a war campaign meeting. He was instantly beheaded for the insult before the lord drank the tea anyways (as it was a luxury not to be wasted) and liked the roasted flavor so much he named it genmaicha to honor of his late servant. Nice to see other tea fans here, I also adore genmaicha. Its by far one of my favs. (and I makes teas/tisanes for a living as well as owning an apothecary/clinical practice so that says much!)
User: MotherPunker Score: 3 Entered: about 3 years ago
was really excited about this one cuz i looooove irish cream but after 2 weeks steep its just missing something, maybe some whiskey to kick it up or perhaps its the vienna cream that off puts it somehow, i dunno, I'm gonna keep trying for an authentic baileys mix. nice effort though
User: MotherPunker Score: 2 Entered: almost 3 years ago
I actually have to revise my review, I initially gave it 5 stars & a rave review however, I had made some intentional and unintentional subs. First off, I subbed CAP GF for FW (natural) ruby red GF (which btw, so far is the ONLY realistic GF I have found next to INW GF, and I have tried them ALL from common to obscure), I really find CAP GF to have very little flavour even at high %. Second, I used INW grapefruit instead of white GF which I didn't realize until I ordered from a different supplier were different flavours. So I recently made this recipe exactly as directed, no subs and am really disappointed with the results, more so likely as I am comparing it to the mix I accidentally conjured up and went through bottle after bottle for several months. So, as it is, 2-3 out of 5. with the subs I made, 5+++ out of 5. I should note. if you try FW RRGF make sure its the natural one. the other one tastes like tang... blech.... Even though I'm unhappy with the results, I still thank wayne for his hard work, I couldn't have made my now, favourite mix without this as inspiration! :)
User: MotherPunker Score: 3 Entered: almost 3 years ago
I also subbed a few things as I made it; FW banana split instead of CAP cuz its what I had, I used MB glamour chocolate instead of INW cuz personally I think its one of the best chocolates out there & I only had the new INW which i didn't realize at time of purchase that they'd changed it to taste like bandaids :( might be something you'll want to change in the recipe because of that. aside from that, I upped the SS to .75% cuz I like it sweet :p and also upped the PB since I felt it should shine through the other flavors & at that level I feel it disappears. at 4% it came through nicely but doesn't overpower. Good off the shake but day 3, the PB really starts to come into its own. Like that, I can say its something id keep mixed on hand. Hope the feedback helps and thanks for your effort! *Update* after 1 month steep. Flavours have all melded nicely. PB comes through at a noticeable but not over powering level. I believe the extra sweetener really helped that cuz PB is dry and flat without it. I wouldn’t at all say that sweetener is optional in this, PB NEEDS sweetening .25% would be the min. If you don’t like SS, use stevia or sugar daddy. Easy on coils but still get that needed sweetness. Banana and a hint of strawberry have some nice top notes with a touch of chocolate in the background. With the tweaks I made I would rate this 4- 4.5 stars. As is, I can’t fairly say but if I used INW choc, it would not be good lol.
User: MotherPunker Score: 2 Entered: over 2 years ago
As a veteran matcha drinker of 15 yrs and a green tea kit kat fanatic, I was supper excited when I heard about this recipe. I felt it was not at all on point of either taste sadly. It lacked the texture from the wafer bars (I added some AP & that helped allot actually with the texture and more realistic taste, toning down the fruity/floral notes). However the biggest hang up I can't get past is that the taste of realistic green tea (NOT matcha!) is too prominent. Quality green tea has a slight jasmine/osmanthus note depending on how and where the tea was grown. I agree that FE green tea is a great flavour, right on point for green tea but even though matcha IS a form of green tea, it does not taste like that and neither do the kit kats. The unique taste in Matcha is known as the 5th taste or UMAMI (caused by the rich L-theanine (an amino acid) content) & according to Japanese chado experts, ones ability to taste umami takes time to develop. It is hard to describe but kind of, frothy & slightly bitter while being sweet at the same time (and I'm talking about real matcha not the ground sencha -"matcha" used in mixed beverages by coffee shops & smoothie places) The main difference for the taste is that matcha is grown in the shade & only the first early harvest of upper leaves is used. It has little to no floral note to it at all (nor do the matcha kit kats). This creation has promise but needed a better understanding of the flavour profile she was chasing I think. Because I like the idea of this so much Im gonna keep trying to create an authentic version b/cuz this, while tasty, just isn't it. Am also playing around with using WF crispy wafer instead of or in addition to sugar cookie cuz I feel it doesn't quite cut it and perhaps trying a different, more decadent white choc combo...... so i guess, lol what I'm looking at is a complete revamp here! Much thanks and appreciation for the effort & inspiration though! I will def share if(WHEN) I come up with something share worthy!
User: MotherPunker Score: None Entered: about 3 years ago
no, silver line is CAP (capella's newer affordable line, i guess?) PUR is purillum, Nic river carries it. so this recipe should be corrected to CAP butter pecan if thats infact what you used :)
User: MotherPunker Score: 1 Entered: about 3 years ago
Agreed with datanotanecdotes. This should be kept as a private recipe. I ALSO agree that joy is way to high in the original due to the yeasty taste. I found the same when I mixed it. However, the correct thing to do would be to leave that particular feedback on the original recipes comment section. If everyone posted recipes like this here, wed have another ELR situation on our hands and this site would be over saturated with unoriginal recipes.
User: MotherPunker Score: None Entered: about 3 years ago
ever tried adding TPA dragon fruit? I don't have papaya on hand but will def include it in next order, was just browsing around looking to see if anyone else had tried it. I dunno why but i get bubblegum reminiscent taste and smell off it.
User: MotherPunker Score: 5 Entered: about 3 years ago
this is great! I love the idea of using the toasted marshmallow, I had just got some in an order and was looking for a way to use it, this is in my reg rotation now. was actually amazing right after a bath and a shake, no idea how it is after a steep cuz I used up the whole sample tube i mixed up lol. thanks for your great work! :)
User: MotherPunker Score: 5 Entered: about 3 years ago
great mix! just mixd it up last night with a 6 ml sample (which i always do cuz I'm stupid picky lol) and finished it before I could let it steep. Mixing up a bigger batch now and hopefully can get this one to sit a bit. Nice work :) and btw, the recipe "inspired by" this one is the exact same....not sure why this guy copied and posted your recipe.
User: MotherPunker Score: None Entered: about 3 years ago
this looks awesome! will have to wait till next order to get all these ingreds though :( I'm SO addicted to these cookies, growing up german, we had these all the time at oma & opa's. now I get them shipped direct from the bakery cuz life is just no good without stroopels!! thanks, will come back and rate after I mix :)
User: MotherPunker Score: 4 Entered: almost 3 years ago
thanks for the sharing the fastasmic recipe and HAPPY PRIDE!! <3
User: MotherPunker Score: 1 Entered: almost 3 years ago
this isn't exactly a recipe, its just a single flavour test with sweetening added....
User: MotherPunker Score: 1 Entered: almost 3 years ago
Single flavour tests don't belong posted as recipes since they are not, by definition, a recipe.
User: MotherPunker Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
nicely rounded recipe. i subbed greek yogurt for FA yogurt cuz its what I had and added a splash of lemon to tart it up to resemble more of a greek yogurt..... anyways, i imagine my result ended up in the same ballpark. I am not much of a cannoli person but the friend that i handed it over to loved it. Definitely needs steeping tho, i tried it after mixing and it went to the back of the test tube rack. over a month later tried it again and it was saved from going in the trash tube pile lol. thanks for the recipe!
User: MotherPunker Score: 4 Entered: almost 3 years ago
This is a really really good recipe. Although, I confess I didn't care for it, I just don't like blackberry/black current so for someone who does, this will certainly be a win. What this reminds me of, is just like a black wine gum candy definitely chewy, gummy with a deep dark secret! It did really turn me on to razzleberry though! thanks for the recipe :)
User: MotherPunker Score: 4 Entered: almost 3 years ago
thanks for turning me on to this BG flavour, id also been looking for one for a while to reincarnate my fav childhood ice-cream (and the one I still order....and get made fun of for it lol) I actually used LB VIC instead just cuz I prefer it. To be honest I felt like the recipe is missing something.... a wetness i think. Its not quite full yet, very rich and creamy but if you're trying to make what I understand you are; half BG slush half soft serve ice cream? (snow cone/soft serve swirl is a very popular ice cream stand treat in quebec, I got hooked on when I lived there, I don't get why I've not seen it elsewhere) Then its not quite there.... so close though and SOOOO good! Im gonna keep tinkering with this one. perhaps a touch of banana or pear...
User: MotherPunker Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
FANTASTIC!!! thank you for this recipe. HOW is it that such a unique recipe has zero reviews on it?! Allow me to proudly be the first then. It definitely needs to steep but once it does, wow. very unusual, like, wtf am I vaping?... I found myself vaping it while drinking gin and even beer. I love, love love WF Fro yo and think this likely tipped me over on this one, prior to this I had yet to find a floral recipe that I could take to. Amazing ingenuity with this flavour combination, its now in my rotation. I don't think its an ADV for me due to its distinctiveness but very much one worth having around.
User: MotherPunker Score: 4 Entered: almost 3 years ago
this is a gorgeously put together recipe, it just wasn't my thing though. I love florals in real life, I make teas out of them, I even cook with them but Im having a hard time finding florals I like to vape though. Why does no one make a chamomile? that would be the perfect bedtime vape :) milk and honey and chamomile zzzzz thanks kopel for the recipe!
User: MotherPunker Score: 4 Entered: almost 3 years ago
very simple yet tasty, juicy little mix here. mixed it up a little bit back and kinda forgot about it till i was in the store the other day and saw these aloe drinks. So i got one out of curiosity and boy, I'm addicted to those now! Kinda reminds me of those little fruit bubble drinks you get at restaurants where they put those yummy bubbles in sprite. Far as adding texture for those little aloe chunks, i dunno, gonna tinker with that one but I'm wondering about watermelon since its kinda pulpy.
User: MotherPunker Score: 2 Entered: almost 3 years ago
really didn't care for this one, found it to be really light on the flavor, didn't seem on point for the profile you were going for. thanks for the effort and inspiration though :)
User: MotherPunker Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
Just mixed up a sample of this last night and must say, its fabulous! Went though the whole sample already and will be mixing more. Its very juicy & authentic classic bazooka joe type gum, exactly what I was craving. Its so authentic that I almost felt like I had to chew the vapor. I did up the super sweet to 1% but just because I felt that, in order to get closer to that very sugary bubblegum, this was one of the few recipes that deserved it lol. Though this is a personal preference. Oh & I didn't find it harsh at all. Thank you kindly for the recipe :)
User: MotherPunker Score: 1 Entered: about 1 month ago
User: MotherPunker Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Ive never been much of a "just vanilla" person in any part of life, def not in my vaping palate. I was hesitant to even mix this cuz of that but was looking for ways to play around with the milk and honey which Id just gotten in. Boy am I glad I did. I mixed up a sample test tube and tossed it in the rack to steep the 2 wks, now my only regret is only making the 10 ml sample tube. On first draw, my mouth filled with flavor, not something you usually get from anything vanilla. Its rich, sweet, full of body and has almost a sticky mouthfeel. I definitely suggest trying it out even if you're not the type to like vanilla recipes as this is much more than just vanilla......that and mixing up a lager batch so you don't have to wait 2 wks for more! :p much thanks betamax!
User: MotherPunker Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
well I can't believe I'm the 1st person to review an ID10-T recipe, especially one this genius! Certainly well crafted and well thought out, I would have never thought to add birthday cake but it really works here. I used all marshmallow b/cuz I didn't have whipped cream on hand and right off the shake its pretty tasty, can only imagine how this will steep in. Im not much of a fan of simple 4 ingredient recipes, my style is more layered ones such as this, yet its not over complicated. You can really feel the stickiness on the inhale and the creaminess on the exhale. well done Dave!
User: MotherPunker Score: 2 Entered: over 2 years ago
This was just not for me... the taro in the mix just overpowered everything and was almost all I could taste, even had to change the cotton out of my unit b/cuz afterwards even while vaping another mix, that taro just kept coming through. Maybe its just my palate or that flavor doesn't agree with me but either way it seems like its just way too strong. Might try again omitting that completely, I do like the idea of the zeppola added in where I don't see that in other cornbread recipes. appreciate the efforts :)
User: MotherPunker Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
simple yet brilliantly concocted. 2nd time around, I actually added .75% VT golden syrup & .50% TPA butter to it just to fill in some more of that sticky gooeyness that's in pecan pie along with some buttery diketone goodness. For my palate, that made a great recipe even more mouth watering. much thanks folkart, Id not have thought about the addition of milk & honey
User: MotherPunker Score: 3 Entered: over 2 years ago
I really didn't care for this, that being said, Ive come to discover that I REALLY dislike taro. To me it tastes like something found in the bottom of a teenage boy's gym bag & definitely not something that should be eaten or vaped lol.....must be my palate, I dunno....If you do enjoy taro, you'd probably like this, it IS a well crafted recipe though, without the taro, its just creamy coconut rice. I can see it being nice with other fruits added
User: MotherPunker Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
really something different but not wtf am I vaping weird. I can easily vape this all day since, as concrete said, the rhubarb keeps it from being cloyingly sweet. Was really hard to find a nice light & fruity recipe that used rhubarb, everyone always says how hard it is to work with and yet, here, its seems philosaphucker has made light work out of it, making it seem so effortless to work with. I love it when mixers can do that with a flavor! Tested this after the recommended 3 days & then again after 3 months since I stashed it away and forgot about it & is bright & enjoyable still.
User: MotherPunker Score: 4 Entered: over 2 years ago
Really great mix, even though Lychee & cherry blossom are really not my thing, I still enjoyed playing with this. Ive never had the real thing so can't comment on the likeness, though this is what I imagine one would taste like. The hibiscus does a great job of creating a syrupy candy finish in the mouth & honeysuckle.... does one really need a reason to like seeing that in anything? Nice job kopel :)
User: MotherPunker Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
really unique and strange in a good way. I almost felt like I didn't like it when I first tried it but then I really did. I can't say it'd be an ADV but it is certainly nice for something different. I do wish though that the sorbet base did not have cooling in it, Id prefer to add ws-23, as I don't care for the menthol-y note in that. Could just be me though. much thanks!
User: MotherPunker Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
such a great and well balanced recipe! I had yet to find a donut recipe that didn't taste play-do or yeasty from overuse of joy. I had all but given up when I found this. Its buttery, rich & tastes like sugary calories! The fruits manage to not overtake but are nestled in there just like they are in the real thing. This is a difficult profile to nail down but this rises to the challenge. Will be keeping this in rotation steeped and ready to go. ps: I did make one sub, VT glazed strawberries as I didn't have strawberry jam, though I doubt that made a massive difference. much thanks!
User: MotherPunker Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
another fantastic recipe! Im a big fan of the liquor and I have to say, this does the likeness real justice. Only problem is that now I want to try making a Limoncello Creamsicle and its winter here :( much thanks!
User: MotherPunker Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
I can't believe this doesn't have a million reviews. This is my favorite recipe to date ever made by another mixer. Im not even going to try to say it better than the words master ID10-T lol cuz what he said, says it perfectly as the f does he do that?!. This is one of the few cream based recipes I can say, I'll vape off the shake but of course it gets better with a steep, so make LOTS! I think persimmon has got to be my favorite concentrate now, I just can not stop opening the bottle and smelling it, thank god it smells nothing like the inside of the actual fruit,! (b/cause semen scented vape juice would NOT have me yearning!)
User: MotherPunker Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
I did make 1 sub as I didn't have lemon lime, I threw in .5% INW lime shisha + RF baja soda @ 6% (cuz its super weak). I think it turned out nicely right off the shake. I tried it both with & without the ws-23, both are pleasant. I love ws-23 but find that excessive vaping with it destroys my olfactory senses so its nice to find a light yet flavorful fruit vape that is good without it as well. I like that the cactus in this is not overpowering or off-putting, even so, I think I'll lower it to half in the next mix... I kinda went crazy with that one when I first started mixing & made myself sick of it to the point where I avoid it to an extent now. I actually bought beetle juice for this recipe & glad I did, its not what I would've expected & look forward to playing more with it. I agree that oba oba is one that you must have
User: MotherPunker Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
I picked up the creaming soda just to try this recipe and glad I did, its certainly something different and interesting. Ive also never tried this soda but vaping this recipe makes me wish they sold here in canada! Fizzy sherbet does amazing things for adding fizz to a recipe and VT seems to be able to do this effect so well in their flavorings. thanks for the uniquely crafted recipe :)
User: MotherPunker Score: 5 Entered: almost 2 years ago
I have gone through 5 or 6 100 ml bottles of this in the past cpl months, I have no idea how this doesn't have a ton of rave reviews cuz it is just f-in magical!! What holy vanilla and oba oba do underneath this mix.... its like boobs, you dont know why they're so great but they just are. I subbed in FLV sweet cream at 1.25% cuz its what I had but I cant see that making a massive difference. Thank you so much for this well crafted recipe, Ive thoroughly been enjoying it, at the moment I am waiting on a new bottle of fruit rings cuz I actually ran out and I am just jonsing for it! I have vaped it straight off the mix, after a warm bath and its good but certainly comes together nicest after 1-2 wks. Gotta give that vienna cream time.
User: MotherPunker Score: 3 Entered: almost 2 years ago
Not bad, Id like to see the boysenberry pushed forward a bit more though, as it is, it just kinda sits as a lingering afterthought. Needs to be pushed higher or given another fruit to make it pop more I think. I also find it a bit thin for my liking. Thinking I might try rearranging this mix to utilize FA custard premium as well, since, to me, no custard/cream is complete without it! Mix is definitely good as is, nice change from SB & C's but has room for improvement. edit: so I made some tweaks.... replaced FA cream fresh with 1.5% FA custard premium (this and devon cream are really the best cream combo bar none!) & added 2% WF grenadine. Also pushed boysenberry up to 3%. might seem high but to get through the ever so thick custards in this, it works and really pops a bit more. its outstanding and def something I'll keep in rotation. So much thanks for the inspiration! :)
User: MotherPunker Score: 4 Entered: almost 2 years ago
Was just looking for something to play around with the custard prem I finally just got in. Basic but delicious! Pretty heavy on the vanilla, I wouldn't want to add anymore. Nice n thick and eggy just the way a custard should be. Def tasty vapealone or a good base to throw some fruits in to, FLV boysenberry anyone? :D
User: MotherPunker Score: 3 Entered: almost 2 years ago
you're right, def something missing. Id start, first of all, with adding some citrus to it, in this mix id try perhaps, Shisha lemon or Italian Lemon Sicily. You could also try some sour or tart and sweet to give some sour aspect. Then to fill out the hibiscus flavor, you could try rounding it out with TPA hibiscus (CAP is great but I find more to give a syrupy mouthfeel as opposed to an actual hibiscus flavour, the two combined though are great) or backing it up with some WF grenadine which may help push the hibiscus forward. Lastly, Id get rid of the koolada and put in some WS23, the menthol taste in koolada distracts from the profile you're trying to achieve here, with WS23, you're just getting cooling, no taste, start at .25-.50%. Hope that helps :)
User: MotherPunker Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
Id say this recipe is well finished! One of the most instantly delightful recipes I've mixed in a while. Its one of those recipes that you don't have to vape through several mls to tell if its good, its a wow! on the first inhale...... its juicy then creamy, spicy and sweet on the exhale. Its rare to find a mix that facilitates both juiciness and creaminess, often one takes over the other but this does it and the cinnamon makes the sweetness linger on the tongue a while longer. Its vapable and delish right away IMO. Ill be mixing more for sure.
User: MotherPunker Score: 5 Entered: almost 2 years ago
blew through the whole sample the next day, excited to make more and see if I can let it steep. absolutely delicious. Nice subtle mix, is a nice palate cleanser from the more heavy fruits and such. I subbed FA honey for VT honeycomb cuz its what I had on hand and also doubled the milk and honey
User: MotherPunker Score: 1 Entered: over 1 year ago
there are wayyyy too many concentrates in this, %ge is too high, its like you just threw in every bakery flavour you had and then tried to figure out what it resembled? Instead, everything just gets lost. I saw it and thought, ok, I've seen crazier and it worked, this doesn't. also, recipe notes are supposed to be posted in English so that the community as a whole can understand what you're thinking.
User: MotherPunker Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Actually bought vanilla cream, lime and metaphor just to make this recipe and so glad I did. Mixed up a 10 ml bottle of this and a few other recipes right before I went traveling. This was the first one I tried (after 2 days even) and I was so disappointed when it was all gone! Gonna have to make a bigger batch so I can see what it does after a steep. Its VERY rich; the combo of the buttercreams makes you feel like you're gonna gain weight just from vaping it. I think I might try bumping the lime up just a tad cuz Id like to see it come though a little bit more... I know that CAP buttercream i one of those that really needs to have that steep time but I have to say it was pretty dam awesome even without it. I carried in my pocket and shook it really good every time so that prob helped. Mix up a big batch of this trust me on this! Thanks for the great recipe wadeyloops! update: after playing with it a bit, ive got this more where I like it, I upped the Persian lime to 1.5%, LMP to 2.5% & lemon to 1%. For me this gives a bit more oomph to break though that wall of heavy creams. I also added .25% cookie to give the cake a more baked aspect.
User: MotherPunker Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
really enjoyed this, made up a small bottle before i went out of town, it was in my pocket so the warmth prob helped but I vaped it after a few days and found it exceptional. I can taste all the layers, the cake, cream and strawberries. I subbed VT vanilla cream as I didn't have WF, dont know if that made a huge difference. Making a bigger bottle now so I can see how it steeps! thanks for the recipe :)
User: MotherPunker Score: 4 Entered: over 1 year ago
pretty solid LMP. I like the addition of flapper pie but found the biscuit too overpowering. Id suggest lowering that a tad unless you like your LMP very crust heavy. It does tone down a bit, I'm vaping a 3 wk old mix and have checked it periodically.... I may try it again lowering that, I prefer my LMP heavy on the sticky lemon and meringue :p
User: MotherPunker Score: 4 Entered: 8 months ago
its good but no, not quite there, needs CMN lemon. THAT is the bright and light complex lemon that everyone has been looking for. As soon as I opened it and smelt it, was like oh ya.... that's what you smell when you smell lemon tart, fresh like opening a window on a spring day. It almost even smells buttery all on its own which is weird and confusing but man I can't stop smelling it.
User: MotherPunker Score: 3 Entered: 6 months ago
really wanted to like this... actually bought quite a few flavours to make it. Unfortunately i found something giving off a plastic note that even with steeping a month didn't die off. Aside from that its too tangy? zesty? for a SB taffy for me perhaps thats what you were going for? idk. good inspiration though to tinker with something different
User: MotherPunker Score: 3 Entered: 6 months ago
Really did not like this! I think its a great palate of flavors and I usually do mix strong... way stronger than others but this was too much. The dragon fruit even after steeping just tasted off to me... almost perfumey.... I think I will play with it in smaller batches though and see if I can get it to my liking... may as well cuz I bought 3 of these flavors for this recipe. Really unique combo though and I like to see that.
User: MotherPunker Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
where on earth does one get egg roll from? any subs maybe?
User: MotherPunker Score: 1 Entered: about 2 months ago
Is this intended for a pod device? if so should definitely label that. (flavour percentages tend to go higher for those recipes but can taste atrocious on other devices) Im testing on an rad at 60 &100 w. Flavouring is very high bordering on chemical taste. I would drop CAP apple candy by at least 50% and lower the INW as well to maybe 1.5-2%, drop the TPA to 1%, WF is good where it is, maybe drop the FLV to .75%. I also thing that WF happy rancher watermelon would be a good addition. Sweetener is also extremely high and typically not listed on published recipes unless it’s really necessary. In this id probably opt for a combo of .5% FLV sweetness to help the fruit pop and .25% CAP super sweet. but again, don't list it, everyone knows how they like to sweeten stuff. In future, A better place to go for feedback as a newbie mixer to post experimental recipes for feedback would be the discord or Reddit new mixers thread. Just FYI ;)
User: MotherPunker Score: 3 Entered: about 2 months ago
all INW raspberries are listed; raspberry, raspberry WG, raspberry Shisha, raspberry blackberry. if you're looking for input on a recipe, try posting in the correct spot on the discord or reddit new mixers forums.
User: MotherPunker Score: 2 Entered: 27 days ago
just rating for the originally crafted part of the recipe, ID10-T's 1-2-3 VIC is a 5 for sure. 6% total flv fruits is way too much for a topping for me. I'd cut it to half that at least. However, It's likely that the ricks sugar daddy is muting your flavours, this Is a well down issue. I didn't use that which may be why I found the fruit overpowering. also just a note, its ok to derive a recipe but you should write your own recipe development notes, not copy in another mixers.
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