MrBurgundy
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Description: I suck at hearing, seeing, tasting, and smelling, but I feel alright!
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Location: St. Louis, MO

18 Shared E-Liquid Recipes found


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No cinnamon? No strawberries? No worries, we'll get your cornflakes fixed up. Let's load this bowl... With sliced bananas.

Toasted Redux #2. Pulled the cinnamon and I pushed Cereal 27 from 3% to 5% to stand up to the banana. I dialed back Meringue from 2% to 1.5% and Cream Fresh from 1.5% to 1%. The banana flavoring I used is already quite creamy, so I didn't need as much "milk." If you're interested in the cereal/milk notes, check out Toasted.

Flavor Notes:

TPA Banana Cream is the one, simple, easy, malleable, reliable, tasty addition to the recipe. It's a sweet banana flavor that can pass as authentic enough in the right situations. One of those situations is a bowl of sugary cereal and sweet milk. It's a very easy flavor to work with. It tends to do it's own thing with everything but creams. In this recipe it melts into the cream, while the inherently starchy flavor of banana plays well with the flaky cereal. 2% is all we need. Don't want it to take over. We aren't eating a banana covered in cornflakes, even though I want to now.

This is pretty much ready to rock from the get go. Give it a few days to a week for the creams to figure themselves out and it gets even better.

Happy mixing. 👽

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A lemon meringue Oreo inside of Danish pastry crust with a cinnamon coating.

Remix of Electric Liquid's "Frequency"

Flavor Notes:

CAP Lemon Meringue Pie is the backbone of the recipe. This is a pretty full flavor that doesn't need much emphasizing or influencing. 8% gives us a citrusy lemon filling that stands up to the chocolate crust.

RF Cookies & Cream SC is straight up Oreos. I loved the VG version, and the SC is basically identical as far as I can tell. It's a lovely chocolate flavor to contrast with our filling. You got your freebie from the fine folks at RF, so why don't you put it to use?

CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl acts as our cinnamon dusting and doughy pastry part of the crust. The cinnamon plays well with Lemon Meringue Pie. Rich Cinnamon was a little too bold here. CDS left more room for all of the other stuff going on. 1% is all we need; any more and that weird Capella cinnamon becomes too much.

FA Meringue is filling out the Lemon Meringue Pie and emphasizing that thick layer of cream on top. 1% soaks up the cinnamon and keeps that metallic taste at bay. Meringue doesn't seem to dampen the texture of bakeries and cereals as much as some other creams. That's good because it's tough striking a balance here between crunchy crust and creamy filling.

INW Biscuit is just helping the RF C&C with a little texture. 0.5% pushes that cookie crunch of the crust a little bit more without interfering in the rest of the pie. (I would probably replace this with 1% JF Biscuit nowadays.)

1% FE Lemon is bolstering the lemon meringue and helping push it through the Oreo crust.

This makes a really good shake and vape. Give the Super Concentrate a few days to settle though, and things really come together. This stuff ages like wine; squirrel a little bit away for a rainy day.

Happy mixing. 👽

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Instead of pouring cinnamon powder on my cornflakes, I chopped up some sugar-coated strawberries and tossed them in the bowl.

Toasted Redux #1. I replaced Rich Cinnamon with a couple strawberries. I also bumped Cereal 27 from 3% to 5% so it will stand up to the strawberries enough. Really simple adaptation, yet it radically changes the profile. See Toasted for the cereal notes if you're interested.

Flavor Notes:

CAP Sweet Strawberry is a bright, sugary, candied flavor. It's exactly the kind of Strawberry you want in your cornflakes. At 4%, it’s present without totally overtaking everything.

TPA Strawberry Ripe brings a touch of that authentic, fresh strawberry flavor to the mix. 2% isn't very apparent, but it fleshes out the CAP Sweet Strawberry. There's not much else to say about it.

This is a good shake and vape. Let it sit for 1-3 days first and you will be rewarded.

Happy mixing. 👽

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Creamy custard heavy on rich vanilla with a subtle cookie crumble.

This is another belly button recipe. I'm probably 20 iterations in. Since January I've been altering it an ingredient at a time, however the past few times I haven't changed anything. It's what I'm looking for. An easy vanilla vape. Ol' faithful. It's mild yet rich, and it won't assault your senses. When I've spent the whole day tasting and testing, I can kick back and enjoy this After the Party.

Flavor Notes:

4% CAP Vanilla Custard v1 is the base. It's buttery, thick, eggy, and robust. I don't like too much egg though, so it stays kind of light. If I'm doing a custard, it's gonna be with this guy. I tried INW Custard for awhile but it has the same note that I don't like in INW Creme Brulee. CAP has a better flavor for my basic bitch American palate. It's just good. There. That's why I used it. The vanilla part is meh at best, but that's okay. We have a secret weapon:

1.5% DFS Holy Vanilla is elevating that vanilla into uncharted planes of nirvana. That creamy, mid-baking, vanilla extract essence with its full bodied aroma absolutely has to be here. This will solve all of CAP VCV1's vanilla problems, and take it where it never knew it could go. I've pushed this to 3% without regret, but the custard starts to thin out. At 1.5% the vape remains a thick custard with a very authentic and satisfying vanilla.

0.5% HS French Vanilla Ice Cream adds some complexity to the custard. It has a rich cream note that is super buttery. I had 1.5% TPA VBIC in the recipe, but it was too bland. It was flattening the profile. FVIC does the opposite. It fleshes out the creams without emulsifying everything into one muddled flavor. 1% Vienna Cream worked pretty well if you're missing this flavor, but it won't be the same.

1% TPA Bavarian Cream is another supporting flavor for the custard. Along with FVIC, it bolsters the dairy profile around that egginess. It has some of that warm, homely feeling to it that I get from Holy Vanilla. Any higher and this would start to be known, but at 1% it hangs out in the background.

2% FW Graham Cracker has no cinnamon, it's just a fresh graham. It isn't as crunchy as TPA. I didn't want it to seem like a graham crust but more of a cookie crumbled into the custard. It doesn't pop right out; it's just another warm accent to make this feel like a relaxing vape.

Let's talk about steeping. This is actually a pretty good shake and vape... To me. I don't like very forward custards, so 4% VCV1 as a shake and vape works for me. Considering it's fortified by other strong flavors, it's good out of the gate. However, I prefer to let all juices steep, especially custards and bakeries because they tend to bloom with time. I don't mind letting this steep for a month or more. With that said, it comes together by two weeks. The Custard does benefit greatly from that time. Do whatever you wanna do; it's a good vape no matter when you vape it.

Happy mixing. 👽

27

Breakfast Bowls #2: Toasted - Cinnamon toasted cornflakes with a splash of milk.

This began life as a Cinnamon Toast Crunch recipe. A happy accident then occurred. The first version didn't taste like toast at all, but much more cornflake-y. However, I found it to be incredibly delicious. Inspired, I poured a bowl of Frosted Flakes and sprinkled some cinnamon in there. I found my new favorite cereal! I immediately abandoned the CTC idea and focused on honing this into what it already was. Now, it's my absolute favorite vape.

Flavor Notes:

CAP Cereal 27 is flaky, grainy, and crunchy. It has that cornflake cereal essence. It's used here as the body of the cereal. It's kind of bland and corn-y by itself, but it's a great place to start. 3% definitely makes this the base.

FA Cream Fresh is a favorite of mine. It's simple cream with no egg or vanilla. I use it to boost the milk profile. 1.5% keeps Meringue smooth without adding too much weight. It's a light flavor that doesn't drown the flaky cereal.

TPA Graham Cracker Clear emphasizes the graininess of Cereal 27. It helps mold the cornflake flavor of C27 into something more substantial and crunchy. 1% is enough to do that without turning this into a Golden Grahams vape.

FA Meringue is my sugary cereal milk. I pushed it to 2% so it will break through the cereal ever so slightly. I also want some of the more complex flavors to emerge so it can help the texture of the cereal. The creaminess combines with Cream Fresh to make a solid, sweet milk. They sit on the bottom of the recipe, but they smooth things out. Both creams are light and work well with the grains without making the cereal soggy.

FLV Rich Cinnamon is the king of kings. This might be the most delicious god damn flavoring out there. I don't use it much because I'm not huge on cinnamon. However, when I need to bust out the spices.. RC is always the one I go for first. It takes me back to baking with my mom as a kid. It's just like those sticks of cinnamon she always had in little mason jars. This stuff is wildly potent though. I have a 10% dilution that I use for more subtle applications. This recipe, on the other hand, can handle the real deal, undiluted, undisputed champ. Only 2 drops per 30ml though! Using a dilution will of course be easier. Don't go over and don't go under on this one. It will overpower absolutely everything or it won't bring out enough cinnamon-nutmeg-warm-bakery-essence spice. Uh.. Yeah.

TPA Toasted Marshmallow darkens the milk a little bit. Malts it up some. We don't want super bright milk competing with this darker, spicy cereal flavor. It also lends that Toasted quality ever so slightly to the cereal. Adds depth to the entire recipe.

CAP Super Sweet is a great sweetener. It's strong as fuck, it's sweet as fuck, and it's coming to murder your coils. Seriously. Right now. It's on it's way. We're vaping cereal here. We could use some sugary sweetness. I might not be trying to vape on old people cereal. It livens up the flavors and gives it all some more sticky sweetness. The recipe is still great without it, but SS turns it up a notch. 2/3 times I mix this with sweetener. Just about 2 drops of this heavy shit in a 30. If you over shoot a little it won't be the end of the world, but be delicate. You don't need much. If you doubt me try a back of the hand test. I think I caught a buzz..

This is a great shake and vape. The creams do come out after ~10 days, but it's never super milky. It's delicious, crunchy, spicy goodness that goes down silky smooth.

Happy mixing! 👽

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Fuji apples followed by kiwis and strawberries. A light and refreshing mix.

Flavor Notes:

FA Fuji provides a crisp and tart apple. 1% starts out strong, but after a few days it recedes into its place in the mix.

FA Kiwi is a juicy and sweet tropical burst. At 2% it's the body of the vape. It's Kiwi. It's a great flavor. That's a bad descriptor for what we're doing, but that's it in a nutshell.

I've been trying to find a use for INW Strawberry Shisha because I usually don't like it. I couldn't come up with anything for the syrup flavor it has going on until now. Here, that syrupy quality pulls the apple and kiwi together. Fuji's crispness tones down the syrup note, leaving a candied strawberry at the bottom of the recipe.

FA Marshmallow is here as a light sweetener. You could probably exclude it if you wanted to, but I preferred just a touch.

Shake and vape certified. I like to let it sit a few days though.

Happy mixing. 👽

2

"...a smooth combination of ripe strawberries and fresh, thick cream." -BDV

The point of the recipe was to remix "Moo Fields" by Blue Dot Vapors, a staple strawberry milk juice. I know there's a hundred popular S&C recipes, but Moo Fields isn't quite like any of them. A lot of new mixers are probably familiar with BDV and Moo Fields, too.

Flavor notes:

FA Cream Fresh is a straightforward cream. It's clean and smooth. There's no vanilla or egg note, only that beautiful cream. At 1.5% it's present, but it doesn't take the spotlight from the strawberries.

FA Meringue is a well-known bakery and milk ingredient. It lends that sugariness to the Fresh Cream and sweetens it into milk. I found a 3:2 ratio of Cream Fresh to Meringue to be milky without getting gritty. Since I kept Cream Fresh low at 1.5%, Meringue fell right in at 1%.

TPA Strawberry (Ripe) had to be used for that fresh and ripe note from the original juice. It lacks any body or presence on its own though. Being such a light flavor, I decided 4% was a good place for it. I didn't want to go overboard, and I knew I would be filling it out with another strawberry.

CAP Sweet Strawberry is definitely present in the original as well. This is the body of the strawberry. A 2:1 ratio of Strawberry (Ripe) to Sweet Strawberry is absolutely delicious. You get the bright, sugary, forward notes of Sweet Strawberry, and Strawberry Ripe gives it some of the fresh authenticity of the real deal. The creams are light, so there wasn't a need for much strawberry. I let Sweet Strawberry guide my percentages more than Strawberry Ripe. At 2% it comes out in front, but the creams are still there. I thought about working JF Sweet Strawberry in, but it isn't in the original. Part of the appeal is how the milk shines through more and more as it steeps anyway, so CAP Sweet Strawberry's slow recession into the mix is welcomed here.

FA Marshmallow fills everything out. It further sweetens the recipe and gives it body. 1% doesn't let the marshmallow flavor come out, but it works magic on the mouthfeel.

Let this one steep a week or two. Sweet Strawberry and the creams take time to find their places.

Happy mixing! 👽

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Hey there! I think I'm considering this a wrap. This is my strawberry milk recipe with an emphasis on the milk. It's full and round in the mouth. The cream is thick and sweet. The strawberry is mellow yet present.

The whole idea was a very milky strawberry and cream vape using FLV Cream and JF Sweet Strawberry. Those were the key ingredients that I had to use. Cream has this almost cool taste to it.. Not like Koolada or menthol at all. It isn't cool, but it kind of tastes so. Sweet Strawberry is one of few strawberries I can taste, and it's kind of syrupy. It isn't sickly like INW Strawberry Shisha though. Nor is it gross as all get out like FLV Strawberry. So that's that.

FLV Cream has that heavy cream, almost milky thing going for it. It's a thick cream with an ever so slight spice. I used TPA VBIC to thicken the cream and pump up that vanilla note. I threw in just a splash of Meringue to sweeten the cream into something more like milk. The TPA Bavarian Cream is there to kind of warm up and fill out the cream. JF Sweet Strawberry is a new favorite of mine and I had to use it here for its sweet, nearly syrupy taste. I found a bit of TPA Strawberry took off the sharp edge of the Sweet Strawberry, making it a little softer. The TPA Dragonfruit is just there to help bring the strawberries out a bit. It makes for a thick, creamy, milky vape with a semi-sweet strawberry taste that isn't overpowering. It's been my ADV for quite some time now, and no matter how much I vape it I can still taste it. So, there you have it! Ron Burgundy's Milk Was a Rad Choice (something I sure hope you find yourself saying after trying it!). Please leave feedback; I welcome it good or bad! Happy mixing. 👽

User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
By far one of the best recipes out there. Its so realistic and so scrumptious. There's always a giant bottle of this perched on my desk. It's such a full flavor and it smells absolutely divine. You will make stomachs rumble with hunger when vaping this around people. No subs allowed: it is perfected. :P What are you waiting for?? Get mixing!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 4 Entered: over 4 years ago
I've tried this with the chocolate and without. They're both good, but I prefer without. It's a thick, buttery ice cream with just the right amount of strawberry. The strawberry is bright and sweet, and it blends right into the ice cream. There's the slightest tang that doesn't come from the berries, and I think it's the Sweet Cream. That's the only thing that comes across off to me, but it isn't very noticeable. After all, I am a little sensitive to that flavor. I mixed 60ml and let it steep 4 weeks before trying. Really nice vape at that point. I'll likely mix this again and would recommend it to someone looking for this profile.
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
I really enjoy this. The cream is mild and clean. The strawberry is tart and dominant. As a shake and vape the apple was a little too distracting for me. After a 2 week steep it has calmed down and I enjoy it much more. Next time I mix this, which will be soon, I'll likely drop Fuji to 0.5%. That's just personal preference. The recipe is fantastic as it is. The complexity of the strawberry is intriguing, and I find myself taking 5 or 6 draws to get a good sense of it. That's the mark of a great recipe!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
Wonderfully creamy and nutty tobacco. I can vape this all day. The cherry note of Marzipan gives the RY4 a deep sweetness that works so well with Milk and Honey. The drier pistachio note brings out the nut flavor just enough. This is my new favorite tobacco vape. Make this stuff in large quantities!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
Flawless apple pie. A beautifully baked and gooey apple with the perfect amount of cinnamon and a flaky, doughy crust. This isn't a $1 apple pie from the D's or the grocery store. This is an expensive pie made fresh at a local bakery or perhaps even your grandmothers house. I let it steep for two weeks and it's golden. I'm sure it only gets better with time.
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
Drinking leads me to crack cocaine, burning cars, dumpsters behind strip clubs, homeless Vietnam vets, and long stints in prison. St. Louis better get ready for a whirlwind of absolute mayhem because I'm pounding back some Piña Coladas again. Well, I could have sworn I was. This stuff is as accurate as you can get in a vape. This is the real deal. The pineapple juice is perfection. The coconut is sweet and present, but where's the lotion?? Where is it?? It isn't here! Oh, right, it isn't supposed to be. I thought that was impossible, but leave it to ID to prove me wrong. The Rum comes through right where I liked it in the real stuff.. A good pour, but not enough to kick you in the teeth. That's what Old Crow and other miserably cheap whiskey is for, or so I was lead to believe. This has a smooth and creamy mouthfeel like it was blended by a professional alcoholic. This is great for the spring and summer. It's refreshing and bright. Mix it up. Why wouldn't you? This page of reviews might as well be the night sky. Cheers!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: about 4 years ago
This is good stuff. I expected that Hard Candy to hit me like a brick sack of potatoes, but it's actually layered into the recipe really well. It isn't off-putting whatsoever. I never use menthol or koolada, however mint does fit this profile so perfectly. The sweet and candied Watermelon is right up front. Jungle Juice and Hard Candy give it those weird sugary notes. Pretty spot on watermelon candy to me. Thanks for sharing!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
Cereal vapes aren't my bag, but this right here? This is the ticket. Creamy and sweet with just the right amount of citrus. I could vape on this milky delight all week long. Most impressive!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
Excellent job, good sir. I love the use of Vanilla Butternut. It adds extra density to that already chewy cookie. The maple flavor of it just melts into the buttery creams. This is getting better as the days go. The creams are coming together and it feels more and more cohesive. Will definitely be mixing some more. Thanks for sharing!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: almost 5 years ago
Wow. Delicious, warm, gooey, creamy sugar cookies. I can't seem to make a big enough bottle. Thanks so much for sharing!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 4 Entered: over 4 years ago
I mixed this almost 2 months ago and forgot about it.. Oops! It's really good. A chewy, creamy sugar cookie with a nutty and spicy vanilla note. I remember dunkaroos being a little crisper, but this recipe is tasty nonetheless! Definitely one of the better cookie recipes out there. Mix it up!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 3 Entered: over 4 years ago
It's very rich. I can't vape it for long without getting overwhelmed. That said, I enjoy it for a couple drips here and there. The chocolate and cream are balanced really well; its creamy but still has crunch. The CFB gives it a cookie texture that I didn't expect from that flavor. However, I don't get an Oreo or Hydrox cookie. To me, it's more like one of those chocolate wafer cookies minus the wafer flavor.
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
Excellent recipe. The lemon isn't overbearing at all. It's thick and creamy with a flaky, fluffy pastry. It keeps you coming back for more. ADV status. Will definitely be mixing again.
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
I threw in the 1% Meringue like a couple of other reviewers. This recipe is deliciously delightful. It’s smooth and creamy with a light but deep sweetness that really satisfies. Cheeba did a great job balancing this one. Easily an ADV. Thanks for sharing, man!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
This is really good. Great balance of the two flavors. It packs a punch for being 6% flavoring! Smooth, sweet, and easy on the palate. It's an excellent shake and vape as well. Thanks for sharing!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
Sweet, buttery strawberry ice cream. I was worried about Shisha Strawberry; that flavor and I tend to disagree. Somehow the HS Ice Cream bullies it down from its syrupy high horse into an authentic ice cream sort of strawberry. The Pear and Lemon Sicily work together to lift the right parts of the strawberry without letting that jammy quality emerge. Obviously HS IC and TPA VBIC are a fantastic combo. They're so thick and buttery and rich.. I felt like they were fighting with the strawberry as a shake and vape, but after a 2 week steep everything has melded together into a cohesive and fully satisfying ice cream. Highly recommended.
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Delicious. I love the custard base. Vienna Cream adds some depth and an ice cream twist while Butter Cream gives it a waxiness that I find appealing. The triple threat of FW Butter Pecan, WF Pecan Pie, and WF Roasted Pecan create a robust nutty note that stands up to the hefty custard base. It’s roasted, buttery, and crunchy. Very authentic butter pecan in a thick, rich custard.. Perfect time of year for this kind of recipe.
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
What is this black magic? This recipe packs such a punch for being only three ingredients. Each fruit shares the spotlight in delicate balance. The layering makes this endlessly vapable. It’s always interesting, refreshing, and satisfying. I blew through 30ml in two days and had to mix up a 120 to last any amount of time. Fantastic job, Emily! Thanks for sharing. :)
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
Wow. This is a great vape. I get all of the different fruits but none too much. The Fuji and Watermelon are most present, especially as a shake and vape, but I get Strawberry at the end of the exhale and light Dragonfruit throughout. Cactus gives it juicyness and this twang that I have trouble explaining. It makes for a fantastic fruit mix that keeps you coming back for more. Depending on what you focus on, the flavors seem to play which each other a little different every draw. Rarely do I mix big batches of all fruit recipes, but this is definitely getting the 120 treatment. Thanks for sharing, ID10-T!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
Bravo, McFly! I really like this one. What you did with Milk & Honey and Maple Syrup is super interesting. It definitely added that syrup like consistency to the vape that is always missing with the maple flavors. I like how you let each flavor shine. It’s layered really well, and all of the aspects come through clearly. Thanks for sharing!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
I get a candyish green apple up front with a little bit of peel followed by a sweet pomegranate. They blend in the middle for a sweet and tart combination that’s refreshing and bright. I think the sour wizard might be a little high and muting, but that could be a good thing. It could be keeping that peel note from the green apple in check. Simple and straightforward fruit combo that I definitely enjoy. Job well done, Dodger!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 4 Entered: almost 3 years ago
I get a thick custard base with toasty caramel and a subtly sweet banana that melts into the mix. The caramel here is very present and leads the recipe. It dominates the LB Creme Brulee and receives some bolstering from INW Creme Brulee. The INW adds some burnt notes and texture to the otherwise flatter caramel notes of LB. Toasted Marshmallow sweetens the mix up while pulling things together for a cohesive flavor. It also injects some toasty notes. The Banana Cream is used minimally and adds a sweet starchiness to the custard that shows up on the exhale for me. It’s a touch dry with all of the caramel going on, but tasty nonetheless. Great stuff, Sammy!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
Excellent stuff. I get a highly authentic golden Oreo cookie drenched in rich vanilla pudding. The flavor is full but subtle enough that I want to keep vaping it. Really well balanced. It’s fantastic fresh but does get better and better with time. Thanks for sharing, Mills!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
This is a fantastic Strawberry and Cream recipe. The strawberry is rich, sweet, and fresh. It isn't cloyingly sweet or syrupy though. The cream is thick with enough vanilla to keep it interesting. After a two week steep, I definitely recommend this. I'll be mixing a big batch soon!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
Delicious stuff! The Strawberry and Blueberry round out the crunch berries with a super satisfying fruitiness. Just a touch of cream smooths some rough edges. It has that grainy cereal texture. What more could you want? Mix it up!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
I’m not big on tobacco, but the smoky accents in this recipe are incredible. The custard is full and gooey. I’ll probably be stealing the 1.5 INW:5 CAP combo, so I hope that’s okay. The Creme Brulee is a little high for me here. I don’t particularly enjoy that flavor to begin with.. But, to my palate, the campfire toast of Black Fire covered most of Creme Brulee’s offensive notes. It really was perfect to vape around the bonfire as trick or treaters made the rounds. I have a friend who adores this stuff. She tried it out months ago and immediately requested I make her a couple 120’s of “that delicious campfire custard stuff.” My only gripe is the burnt caramel of Brulee, but you’ve still done a good job, Runt! Hope you’re doing well. Edit for the revision: Lowering the Creme Brulee avoided the acrid burnt notes that some folks, myself included, complained about. The custard base isn’t affected and remains just as bold and creamy as before. The Black Fire is allowed a little more room in the mix, making the tobacco come forward some for me. The Black Fire is definitely bold, but I dig it! Imagine smoking a robust pipe tobacco next to a campfire and then enjoying a homemade dish of Creme Brulee... that’s precisely what this is. It’s relaxing, luxurious, and it’s my favorite time of year in vape form. Phenomenal mix, Runt!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: about 4 years ago
Oh yeah. This is the good stuff.. Snakes and sparklers. Been too long to judge the accuracy, but this is a phenomenal strawberry custard. It isn't overwhelming or in your face. It's layered, proportionate, and subtly complex. The strawberry blends right into the custard creating this decadent and sweet treat with a little textured graham note on the bottom. It's all working in sync, and even the numbers make me happy. An absolute joy to vape. ADV recipe here. I faved it. Have you?
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: about 4 years ago
This is a solid recipe. It's a very mild citrus cereal with thick cream. Never had the original, so I can't vouch for authenticity. The Brown Sugar really gives the recipe complexity. I love the way it sweetens the milk and gives a dark contrast to the bright lemon cereal. It's a very full and satisfying vape. I'll definitely be adding this to my regular rotation.
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: almost 4 years ago
This is a really enjoyable vape. The ice cream is buttery and thick, and the caramel/butterscotch is sweet. It doesn't punch you in the face, making for a great all day vape. The way the "brown butter" lingers on that buttery note in HS Ice Cream is fantastic. I'll definitely be mixing this again in a larger quantity. Thanks for sharing!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: about 4 years ago
I haven't had the original, but holy mackerel this is a tasty recipe. It's a wonderfully balanced vape that smells like pineapples. The flavor blossoms into a magnetic blend of P, O, and G. The Passionfruit has a slight floral note that really adds an interesting flair to the recipe. Excellent work, Gwandrei. Thanks for sharing!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: about 4 years ago
Thick, nuanced brown butter ice cream. Shyndo nailed this one. I thoroughly enjoyed this fresh, but over the course of two weeks it has solidified into an absolute treat. The sweet, almost tangy caramel is backed up by a rich vanilla ice cream. The FLV Cream really emulsifies everything together through the steep. Such a good call. It isn't overbearingly sweet; I can vape it all day long. This is a definite keeper. I'll be mixing a major stash. Thanks for sharing, Shyndo. Very well done, my friend.
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
I always love FA Fuji and FA Kiwi paired together. They’re so complimentary and refreshing. Kiwi brings extra tartness to the apple, while the pomegranate adds an almost floral accent. The balance is fantastic, and nothing is taking over nor underutilized. Thanks for sharing, Evilin!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
Absolutely phenomenal. I’ve never had the original, but this stuff is hard to put down. Off the shake, the Milk & Honey is pretty forward. After a few days it begins to meld into the Banana Cream. Biscuit and AP give it a crunchy, nutty twist that keeps me coming back for more. Each delicate layer is given room to shine. Folkart did a masterful job here. One of the best recipes I’ve had all year. It starts out fantastic and gets better with each passing day. Do yourself a favor and mix this one up. Thanks for sharing, folkart!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 4 Entered: over 2 years ago
I never thought that TPA Swedish Gummy would bend into something like this. It provides a nice chewy and round base for the other flavors to flesh out. TPA Pomegranate was awfully gross in my SFT, but it fits really well here. It bends the Swedish Gummy into something more tart and sharp. The floral edge of Pomegranate also seems to work with TPA Pineapple to hit that “sour” note. It doesn’t have the intense and gritty sour sweetness of the actual candy, but it gets close enough to satisfy me. Very interesting combination that works better than expected. Tasty stuff, Wayne!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Chez! This is a killer recipe. I just love it. The custard comes off creamy and moist, while the cookie crust is pillowy soft. The vanilla cupcake in there sends it over the edge for me. It’s the perfect use of that flavor, and it’s actually really present at only 1%. It melds with the sugar cookie so well, and the icing note is exactly where it belongs. It definitely reminds me of those custard pies, only this is better. I can’t get enough of it. It’s my new obsession. This is probably my favorite custard recipe to date. Phenomenal job, my friend. You couldn’t have done better. Thanks so much for sharing!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
This shit is downright delectable. I could ADV this like nobody’s business. It reminds me of Dutchie, and is that ever a compliment. Belgian Waffle and Biscuit do a great job of creating that waffle cookie flavor. It’s thin, dense, and crunchy. Cinnamon Danish Swirl adds a doughy center and a cinnamon sugar on top. One of the greats, Holy Vanilla, and bavarian cream add a spicy vanilla that smooths out any rough edges that might have been there. The OOO Butter Pecan is subtle, but present. It just adds another tasty accent to the mix. Everything is working together harmoniously.. Seriously, I love it. This is a new favorite of mine. I’ll be mixing big bottles, no doubt.
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
This is a really nice mix. The ice cream is refreshingly different from most of the typical combos. HS Ice Cream is super unctuous and lends itself to a butter pecan profile very well. The OOO Butter Pecan Ice Cream adds some body, but not a whole lot of pecan. That’s not a complaint. INW Creme Brulee adds some roasted notes into the mix to help out the pecans some. The caramel blends right into HS Ice Cream, making it darkly sweet. Great ice cream base, and I like the more mellow nature of the pecans. Good work.
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
I subbed FA Cream Fresh in place of FA Milk because I’m not cool enough. This recipe is awesome. It’s really good fresh, but I found that it turns into something special after a few weeks. The cherry here isn’t medicinal at all. It’s sweet and the bit of black cherry jelly bean makes it pop. Meanwhile, marzipan seems to guide the recipe away from candy-like sweetness. The super simple cream base is full-bodied and rich. The cherry layer and cream layer are balanced together really well. I don’t know, it’s just a very satisfying cherry cream. Tasty stuff, Dave!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
This is a really refreshing spring recipe. The soda base is crisp and has that almost carbonated bite to it. Coconut Candy is perfect here: it doesn’t overpower anything but it slides in right at the end of the exhale to remind you it’s a coconut vape. From what I can remember, it tastes pretty darn close to actual drink. Simple, tasty, and fun. Good job, Dave!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Another absolutely excellent recipe. This is an ADV for me, and one of my favorites of the year. I did sub FA Cream Fresh in place of FA Milk, but it didn’t stop me from loving this stuff one bit. The Almond and Sugar Cookie almost seem to pull apart from the cinnamon and cereal to me. There’s some flavor separation going on, and I think it’s the almond doing it? Maybe? Regardless, I like whatever is happening in this little bottle. The recipe doesn’t come off dry at all, despite all the bakery stuffs and cinnamon. In fact, I think the cinnamon could be pumped up a bit without hurting anything, but it’s already so good as it is. This is something I’ll definitley be mixing again. I’m going to grab some FA Milk just to re-make some how it’s meant to be made. Thanks for sharing this one, Dave. This is a keeper, my man!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
Not only is this a tasty treat, it’s also a great base recipe to build off off. It’s rich, creamy, and has some serious depth to it for being three flavors. The toasty caramel and vanilla really liven up the custard. I love the simplicity here; it satisfies me on many levels. Good work, Tootall!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 4 Entered: over 2 years ago
The ice cream base here really delivers. I love the combo of TPA VBIC and TPA Sweet Cream with CAP Butter Cream. It’s a very dairy forward, firm ice cream. CAP Butter Pecan and INW Biscuit compliment each other well. The biscuit doesn’t really stand out; it just gives some body to the pecan flavor. CAP’s Butter Pecan is on the sweet side, and it fits quite well here. FLV Milk & Honey adds a little bit more sweetness to the mix. FLV Sweet Coconut keeps that Biscuit from drying things out too much. Good stuff. I might add a touch of sweetener to what’s left of my bottle, but I put it in everything so don’t put much weight into that. Great mix!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Delicious stuff. I love the cream base here. It’s thick and satisfying, but it leaves room for all the stuff going on up top. The blueberry and dragonfruit combo is really interesting. It’s jammy, sweet, and the dragonfruit bends it into something deeper and more mysterious. I actually liked this one more without the cooling, but it was very enjoyable either way. Great work, Dave!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
I love the textural component of Cereal 27; it has that wonderful crunchiness that’s second to none. The Butter Pecan emphasizes the cereal texture and bends that corn flavor into the nutty side of AP. Salted Caramel and Creme Brulee combine for a subtle toasted caramel note that goes really well with the nutty cereal. It’s not a very creamy Creme Brulee, instead focusing on the Brulee aspect which makes it stand out from the crowd. It’s different, and I like that. Really tasty stuff, Mark!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
A robust vanilla bean Creme Brulee with a touch of spices. I love the CDS here. It’s used minimally and imparts a subtle cinnamon spice that matches up so well with not only the Creme Brulee but also the Vanilla Bean. The FLV-centric custard base is smooth, creamy, and rich without being too ridiculously unctuous or thick. This made its way into one of my squonkers, and I had a tough time letting go when it was gone. Thanks for sharing this one, Jazzy!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
Delicious stuff. The vanilla here is bold, spicy, and deep. It weaves in and out of a rich and darkly sweet pudding base. I really enjoy the Golden Syrup here. It adds this complexity to the entire vape that is hard to put your finger on. That kind of flair keeps it interesting as you vape through the gallon you should have made. Sweet Coconut is used expertly, and it doesn’t make itself known. It simply boosts the creams in all the right places. I wound up letting this steep around two weeks, and it resulted in a smooth and satisfying mix. Thanks for sharing, Alfred!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
This is easily the best cola recipe I’ve tried. It’s untraditional in the most glorious fashion. Fizzy Sherbet provides a bright backdrop of citrusy sweetness, and Rich Cinnamon makes for such a delightfully strange pairing. I never would have thought those two flavors would get along, but Alfred managed to expertly balance them. Blood Orange slides right in with them, adding some dimension to the citrus base. The subtle spicy vanilla helps sell that darker caramel color. The bit of bite from Rich Cinnamon, the “fizzy” nature of the sherbet, and the ws-23 really give me a cool, foamy mouthfeel. It all comes together for a distinct cola flavor that has enough pizazz to keep you vaping it over and over again. It’s cool enough to be refreshing, but not so much that it blows you off your feet. All in all, this is a really well-balanced recipe. Making a cola from scratch is a daunting task, but you did it with style Alfred! Thanks for sharing.
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
Alfred nailed another one. He’s kind enough to call this a collaboration, even though he did everything meaningful while I dilly-dallied around. Either way, it was an absolute pleasure talking with him through this process. One of my biggest gripes with all of the Crunch Berry flavors is the overbearing soap that comes with them. In response, Alfred worked his witchcraft and summoned a flavor that fit the bill so perfectly they should use it in the actual cereal. The combo of Forest Fruit and Strawberry Ripe create a deep berry blend that replicates crunch berries while also expanding on what makes that flavor so tasty. Cookie and Cereal 27 combine to create a crunchy and sweet puffed cereal that straddles the line between corny and oaty. A little Brown Sugar in there is an old cereal trick that turns Cookie into legit Cap’n Crunch. Alfred worked out a magnificent milk base. FLV Cream adds some pretty serious body while Milky Undertones boosts the dairy notes and sweetens it up. These two flavors make for a noticeably creamy vape without impeding on the delicate cereal texture. It all comes together to hit every mark you want in a cereal. Stellar work, Alfred!!! Thanks for all the fun, my dude!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
This is a tremendous recipe. It’s simple, straightforward, and it packs a punch. The apple flavor is bright and sweet. It’s very reminiscent of a jolly rancher. FLV Sour Apple cranks the tartness up while also adding a subtle peel note. I dropped Super Sweet to 0.5%, but I understand why it was at 1%. Anyway, this is a really enjoyable fruity candy mix. Thanks for sharing, Rick!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
I’m not gonna lie, I was worried about 4.5% JF Bavarian Cream. Turns out it’s pretty delicious. I don’t get any off notes from it or anything. With the touch of CAP Creamy Yogurt in there, the cream takes on a tangy edge. The body is a little on the thin side, but it allows for the fruits to really fill the recipe out. FA Pomegranate brings its tangy sweetness to the table. FA Bilberry darkens the fruit and plays on the spicy floral notes in Pomegranate. Really deep flavors keep me coming back for more. Good work, Rudi!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Another delicious mix, Moose! I love the cereal base you conjured up. It has loads of texture and takes to the blueberry really well. Apple Snacks and Sweet Cereal Flakes transform Cereal 27 into something more “generic” than cornflakes or corn puffs, and I could see it working with all kinds of cereal profiles! The cream is subtle and doesn’t detract from the crunchiness. I thought the blueberry would really be out in front of everything, but it’s sitting right where it should be. The balance here is definitely on point. Tasty stuff, my dude. Thanks for sharing!
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