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MrZigglesworth
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\\Steep Time: 2 weeks (3 is better)
\\Mixed At: 70vg/30pg
\\Note: This uses CAP NY Cheesecake V1 and FW Graham Cracker

This is my key lime pie, there are many like it, but this one is mine. As I said on Reddit the other day (u/BlameReligion) I figured I should make this public, 1. I posted it on Reddit anyway and 2. This is probably as far as I'm going to get with it. This hits all the right spots for me and after investing a few months in batches I think this is as far as I'll go.

The Key Lime: As much as I want to flavor test 5 more key lime flavors (I did quite a few) FA's Florida Key Lime does the trick. Anything higher than 1.5% you get that syrupy note that u/ConcreteRiver talks about, go any lower and the pie filling base takes over.

My Pie Filling: The amalgamation of creams you see in here are what I've really been tweaking the most to try and get a dense and creamy key lime pie, with that whipped/meringue type finish, and this combination does a pretty damn good job. You could argue that it's more of a key lime cheesecake but having had a few key lime pie's in my day, the density and richness that CAP NY Cheesecake/LA Cream Cheese icing brings to the table make it absolutely perfect for what I want out of a Key Lime Pie. Combined with TPA Whipped Cream and FA Meringue, it makes for a symphony of pie filling on your tongue.

Dat Crust: The crust was kind of a tough one too, I don't know why I hate doing flavors in 1/3's % but it always irks me, and gets to me even more when it actually works the way I need it to for the profile. The combination of TFA Cheesecake Craham Crust and FW Graham cracker help give that granular graham cracker crust with just a hint of cinnamon that I have really been enjoying.

I'd say let it sit for at least 2 weeks, but if you're patient the longer you wait the better it gets. When you happened to have mixed it, I'd appreciate any feedback. this one I've put my heart into.

\\Steep Time: 10 Days
\\Mixed at: 70VG\30PG
\\NOTE: This uses CAP Cake Batter

What is it that most of us look forward to having in the morning? For me it's a monumental cup of coffee, my mod, and catching up on what's going on in the world (But usually Reddit). This is my ode to that time of day, a coffee cake that actually has some coffee in it. Most coffee cakes don't actually have coffee in them but I wanted to give this a try and here we are.

To the notes!

Dat Cake: JF Yellow Cake/RF Sugar Cookie help create cake base and is actually a base that Tootall had in one of his recipes (Be sure to check out his recipes when you get time, his stuff is awesome). CAP CDS is used for our cinnamon sugar infusion that coffee cakes normally have, the bakery notes from it support the cake base as well. I also added just a little bit of CAP Cake Batter to give a some density.

But Coffee flavors always taste like burn Popcorn!: I've tried a few coffee flavors in this recipe; FA Dark Bean, FA Up, and FLV Coffee to name a few. RF Coffee SC seems to have the most bearable of burnt popcorn tastes from the flavors that I have bought. It's kind of a light/medium roast that has some splenda added to it. DFS Holy Vanilla helps as an emulsifier with RF Coffee at this % and BEHOLD! NO MORE BURNT POPCORN TASTE.

All in all this is a pretty bangin coffee recipe and if that's the profile you're into I would suggest giving this a try.

Let me know what you think! I always appreciate constructive criticism.

\\Steep Time: 14 days
\\Mixed at: 70VG/30PG
\\Note: This uses CAP Vanilla Custard V1

This is my Boysenberry Parfait, now I know these are usually yogurt, but parfaits are known for using custard as well. I guess I have really been on a custard kick lately, with Mighty Beard being my last recipe release, but I think you all will really enjoy this one!

Fruity Fruit McFruitFace: I actually did try other fruits with this, but I knew they were all fruits that everybody used already and a lot of people have parfait recipes out there. So I figured I wanted to try something a little more original, which is how I arrived at Boysenberry. FLV Boysenberry at 1% is a more tart boysenberry and when combined with PUR Boysenberry preserves, helps create a sweet and jammy boysenberry with just a little bit of tartness.

Dem Creams: CAP Vanilla Custard V1 really helps with a nice dense creaminess that we are going for in a Custard parfait. When paired with FLV Cream, it helps smooth out the eggy notes a little bit and helps support Cap Custard V1 as well.

Dem Grains: I had been trying to figure out a recipe for FLV Granola since u/ConcreteRiver put a review up for it about 6 months ago, and it really works great here. By itself it is a bit dry and bitter, but it has a great granola flavor. Combined with a little bit of TPA Cheesecake Graham Crust it helps create a sweeter granola flavor. This is also why CAP VC v1 is so high, FLV Granola really fights against other creams. I realize that 0.66% is a weird % to use, but at 0.5% you can't taste it at all and at 0.75% it overwhelms the rest of the recipe. It's simply perfect where it's at.

The Holiest of Holys: Holy Vanilla is really just a great addition. It helps sweeten up FLV Granola and helps support the creams as well.

The best part about this recipe? You can easily sub the boysenberries for a lot of other fruits. I would probably avoid strong citrus flavors, but things like strawberry, blueberry, cranberry, and maybe even apple cinnamon would make great replacements.

Anyway I hope you enjoy this! I look forward to your reviews and constructive criticisms.

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\\Steep Time: 14 days
\\Mixed At: 70vg/30pg
\\NOTE: If you don't do diketones, dp/ap, etc, leave this page now.

Beard Vape Co No. 51 is one of the few juices I still buy on occasion. It's a damn good custard and I always wanted to try and make my own.

The flavor is described as "Custard with a dash of custard. Flaunts layers of vanilla, cream, and subtle sweetness." it's also been said that there is a hint of chocolate detected.

After many months of searching and my own testing this is where I have arrived at. On to the notes!

HOLY JESUS THAT'S A LOT OF CUSTARD: Yes, that is indeed 6% custard you are seeing. It is the main note of the recipe and is definitely what takes command here. This is the main reason that the steep time is so long (That and CAP NY Cheesecake makes this a sitter as well). I also tried 4 and 5 percent but they really didn't give that in your face custard that No. 51 has. The "Dash" of custard is where CAP NY Cheesecake comes in. From my research and my own testing NY Cheesecake has some custard notes on it's own, and definitely creates that extra, but different, dash of custard taste (with a little bit of stank on it). All in all this is supposed to have a pretty dense mouth feel, so a combination of CAP Vanilla Cupcake and CAP Cake Batter help with that. CAP Vanilla Cupcake helps with the vanilla notes as well.

Vanilla & Cream: For the other recipes I found trying to create this they all seem to have some sort of French Vanilla added, since this recipe has a CAP theme anyway I decided to go with French Vanilla V1. It's definitely a great vanilla and was a standard of mine before Holy Vanilla came into my life. Holy Vanilla is more of a grainy vanilla though and we definitely wanted to stay more on the creamy side, so Holy Vanilla is not a sub for CAP. The cream really comes from the entirety of the recipe, all the flavors in this recipe have their own creamy note, so the combination of them creates that profile.

Subtle Sweetness: I think this is where some people say they are getting a chocolate note. I tried a few different chocolates but I've really been enjoying FLV Milk Chocolate in this. Now this stuff is STRONG, it can easily take over the rest of the notes in a recipe, so the % you see is all you need (around 2 drops/30ml). 0.25% and above really just overrides everything else, and with 6% Vanilla Custard I didn't think that would be possible. at 0.15% it gives just that subtle chocolate note on the exhale.

This is how far I've come and I hope you enjoy it! This has by far been one of my favorites lately. Please be sure to leave a review. I always appreciate constructive criticism.

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I was home sick with the flu today. I wanted something I could vape that would help with my sore throat and my sinuses so I finally got to bust out my menthol flavors (I'm not usually a menthol guy). FLV Red Apple is usually fairly dry by itself at this % but when backed by FA Fuji it helped create a very cool and sweet apple. So if you're home sick, feel like poop, but you still want to vape, give this a shot. I can personally say this is S&V certified.

\\Steep Time: 7-10 days
\\Mixed at: 70vg/30pg
\\Update: This is still delicious after 10 days or so, but if you're patient the butter pecan seriously starts to shine after 3 weeks. Enjoy!

This is something I have put a lot of time into and I think I'm ready to share it. With most of my recipes I never feel like they are "done" but I like to think this is ready to present at least. This is my twist on a stroopwafel, but with cinnamon and a butter pecan filling. On to the notes!

We be Stroopin: The Stroopwafel part is fairly straightforward, INW Biscuit and LB Belgian Waffle bring out the main stroopwafel for this recipe, but I added some CAP CDS to help support the bakery notes, but not too much, and adds a great cinnamon flavor to it. I was playing with JF Biscuit between 0.5%-1%, but I think it was adding an off/cookie kind of note and a little too much soft mouthfeel, so INW made a great and logical replacement.

I know the % for INW Biscuit is weird, but 0.75% was a little too dry and 0.5% you can't really notice it, so 0.66% is where I put it at.

Dat filling: I originally was trying to use just FW Butter Pecan and nothing else, but after hearing the suggestion of trying OOO it came out much better, I also felt that since it was a filling it needed some support and TFA Bavarian Cream did really well with that.

The Holiest of Holys: DFS Holy Vanilla just does great with everything, it helps support the waffel, a little for the filling, and all around just makes this profile great.

Add some CAP SS to taste and you are good to go! Be sure to leave a review with your thoughts. If you don't have OOO Butter Pecan, FW is an okay replacement at 2%

NOTE: FA Joy and TFA Dragonfruit are at 2 drops p/30ml.

Steep time: Minimum 10 days, best after 14.

Welcome, this is by far the most amount of time I've spent on a recipe. I have been mixing for over a year and this is a recipe I have revisited countless times. The last one I actually released is under "Zider Donut" if you're interested in seeing the last semi-completed version, and you can see how far it's come. The original goal was to create an apple cider cake-doughnut. Back when I was a kid my mom would take us to the Louisburg Cider Mill for the fall festival. We would get hot apple cider and get a doughnut to go with it. You dipped your doughnut in the cider and you were in heaven for just a few short moments. I wanted to try and recreate the experience. I researched, tried, and failed on many batches. I ended up taking a break on it for a few months because I got so frustrated. So I mixed some other things for a while, not thinking about it, but the hunger became too great and I started again. I even labeled the batches "Don't do this to yourself again, man" but I pressed on. After may more iterations I ended up creating a profile that wasn't really what I intended, but became all the more amazing.

A long time ago Enyawreklaw told me during a live mix that a recipe like this can be pretty hard to do, but if you do it right it'll be great. This is by far my best crack at it.

I present to you an apple cider bear claw that is simply delicious. On to the notes!

Doughnut Pastry Thing: Oh thank sweet baby Jesus for FA Zeppola, this was the flavor that actually made me start working on this recipe again. It works great as a start on a doughnut and doesn't have the jelly filling that FA Joy has at high %'s. It also gives a powdered sugar note that combines well with CAP CDS for a cinnamon sugar layer on it. Swapping from FW to JF Yellow Cake helps retain the greatness of FW, but doesn't kill your coils as fast. I was still going for the cake part of the doughnut so I kept it, but it plays really well with FA Joy and Zeppola. Just 2 drops/30ml of Joy brings it together

Dat Apple Cinnamon Doh: Creating something that realistically creates an Apple Cider profile is a huge pain in the ass. I tried a FA Fuji/FA Liquid Amber combo for a while, which worked okay, but still didn't bring it to where I wanted. When I first read that HS Apple Mix had an apple cider taste to it I immediately picked up some to try, and man did it make a difference. It definitely has an apple-cidery (is that a word?) taste on it's own, but it also has an almost cranberry taste to it, so I backed it up with a little bit of FA Fuji Apple to help keep it apple, and back off the cranberry. CAP CDS of course helps out the rest of the apple cinnamon flavor, at 2.5% it brings an up-front cinnamon flavor but you can consider backing it off to 2% if it's too strong.

The Fuck is TFA Dragonfruit Doing in Here?: TFA Dragonfruit is your friend. At low %'s it backs up apple cinnamon combos splendidly (Strawberries too!), it helps create a baked cinnamon-apple flavor and I highly suggest it in any apple-cinnamon recipe you are considering. this is also used at 2 drops/30ml

FA Meringue: Just 1% of this stuff creates the frosting and you are done. I hope you enjoy this recipe that's been an emotional roller coaster for me.

Be sure to leave your reviews below, I'd love to hear feedback, constructive criticism, and suggestions on this since I've spent so much time on it.

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Mix at: 70VG/30PG

Steep Time: 10-14 days

This is an oatmeal biscuit/cookie with black raspberry frosting on top. I fell in love with making something Oatmeal-flavored when I first tried Foo's Gold from the Plumes of Hazard. My first attempt was with TFA Oatmeal cookie and it was just awful, it tasted like burnt brown sugar and nothing else. I tried saving it by masking it with other flavors but that burnt taste stayed the same. I gave up on it for a long while, but after seeing a post on reddit of a guy making an inspired clone for foo's gold which used RF's Oatmeal Cookie I gave it a crack. The result was a great full-bodied Oatmeal flavor with some brown sugar as well. Single flavor tests were really promising but I made the mistake of getting the VG flavor. If you only have the VG flavor, you will need to use at least 8% and, at minimum, double the steep time of this (3-4 weeks total). The Super Concentrate was a life saver by having the same great flavor but cutting the steep time in half. On to the notes!

The Cookie - JF Bicuit and RF Oatmeal Cookie make up the biscuit/cookie part of the recipe. RF Oatmeal cookie is a great standalone but it lacks the full cookie flavor I was going for, JF Biscuit brings out more of the baked cookie with a hint of biscuit and backs up RF Oatmeal Cookie well. Keep in mind this is the super concentrate, not the VG-based flavor. If you use the VG-based flavor, you will need to use 8% to replace it.

Raspberry for the frosting - I've tried so many raspberries for this recipe. TFA Raspberry Sweet, INW Raspberry, and many others. All of them would start tasting like cough syrup after a while. So I sought inspiration from Real Flavors SC's again since I had good luck with them so far. RF's Black Raspberry Super Concentrate turned out to be a great choice as it's less tart then a normal raspberry.

Frosting - Though I do like LA Cream Cheese Icing, I wanted to find an icing that I knew I already enjoyed and I felt was a more full-bodied, almost store bought frosting. I had been mixing Goldfish18's Dunkaroos for a while and knew his frosting base would be a great for this (Meringue, Holy Vanilla, and Vanilla Custard V1). I slightly boosted it to help it keep up with the Oatmeal Cookie. If you haven't given Dunkaroos a try here's the link below for proper credit to his frosting greatness.

Link to Dunkaroos: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/11276#dunkaroos_by_goldfish18
UPDATE: Goldfish' frosting base also uses 1% FW Hazelnut. I've done some test batches with it and the malt note it adds is nice but overwhelms it a little. I would suggest starting at 0.5% and working your way up til you dig it.

Enjoy some Ruby's Oatz with a cup of coffee in the morning and you can't go wrong! I hope you all enjoy this as much as I have.

A very nice Green Apple Kiwi Yogurt. Mixed at 70VG/30PG. Suggest 10-14 days steep time.

A fried apple cider cake doughnut. At least 1 week steep, best after 2. Personally mixed at 80vg/20pg. Don't be afraid of CAP Funnel Cake! It can serve a purpose

User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Great recipe. Made 60ml and I plan on making more. I definitely agree that it's best after a week or so.
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
A fantastic and delicious Chocolate Mint milkshake. I hope you guys dig it!
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 4 Entered: about 1 year ago
The Creme Brulee flavor is definitely distinct, a slightly burnt/carmelized custard flavor which is quite great if you like that sort of thing. The Blood Orange makes for a great accent too!
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
5 out of 7, perfect score. Also this frosting base is delicious!
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
To be honest I wanted to mix this because this recipe has to be the most flavoring I have ever seen. That with what I read on Reddit it seemed promising. This is definitely a fantastic fruity/cotton candy recipe and I definitely recommend it. Personally I liked it best after a 5-day steep.
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
This is a fantastic recipe that I am thoroughly enjoying. The bitterness and the sweetness combined with the fruit is a powerful combination.
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
10 days steep, OBS Engine with dual-core fused claptons at .28 ohms, 55 watts/3.9 volts. This is definitely a keeper, a very creamy gingerbread vape and that hint of maple syrup at the end is killer. The ice cream is there but, at least in my opinion, is more in the background. Definitely give this a try.
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: 12 months ago
4 days steep. OBS Engine, Fused Clapton 2-core at 0.3 ohms/55 watts. I have to say for a bakery recipe with such a short steep time this is damn tasty. Fyi I did add the 0.5% Holy Vanilla.
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: 11 months ago
Well worth the wait! I wish I had made more than 60ml.
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: 10 months ago
Sometimes it's the simplest recipes that are the best, and this is a damn good snickerdoodle cookie.
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: 9 months ago
A tastey and perfectly acceptable strawberry doughnut. Definitely worth a mix if you like strawberry.
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: 8 months ago
Kylin RTA with dual fused clapton 36/26 0.25 ohms 50 watts. This is an amazing recipe. So glad I made 60ml instead of the usual 30. Definitely making more!
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: 7 months ago
I never thought of using TPA Toasted Marshmallow as a main note. A delicious marshmallow recipe!
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: 6 months ago
I didn't have JF Cookie so I subbed for FA at 1:1. After a 9 day steep I have to say this is amazing. I definitely need to get JF Cookie to see if that unlocks its true potential!
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: 5 months ago
Tried this after about a 10-day steep. This is a delicious and buttery Hazelnut receipe. I definitely plan to make more!
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: 5 months ago
Soda recipes can be difficult, but this one was amazing! Definitely worth a try if you want something soda-like and love root beer.
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: 4 months ago
Steeped: 14 days. Dual 7-wrap dual-core fused claptons 0.21 ohms in Kylin RTA. I've personally not had Taruto but after seeing the flavor profile I was intrigued and saw this suggested in the Taruto Reddit thread in diy_ejuice. This recipe is absolutely delicious. I would highly recommend it to anyone that enjoys a great desert vape.
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: 4 months ago
Steep Days: 7 Dual 7-wrap dual-core fused claptons 0.21 ohms in Kylin RTA. This has been a great recipe to enjoy. The Honey Roasted peanuts make for a great "Crunch" flavor in this recipe and makes a delicious vape.
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: 4 months ago
I can completely agree with ID10-T's review here, this is a simple and very delicious recipe. All of his notes are completely accurate.
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
With 2 of my favorite DFS flavors in this recipe I had a feeling this was going to be a winner, and I was definitely right. After a 2-week steep this simple recipe is absolutely delicious. The RY4 backed with INW Creme Brulee seems to make a delicious RY4 combo, and when combined with Holy Vanilla and INW's Custard it makes for a delicious and creamy RY4 experience. Great recipe OP!
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
Honestly I wish I had a better way to describe this, but I really enjoyed this recipe. It's a great chocolate cheesecake recipe and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
I never really thought to use Rice Crunchies as a cereal base but I'll have to say I'm pretty impressed with this recipe. FW Lemon Meringue Pie is a great idea for a lemon note because it's really sweet and doesn't offer the lemon Pledge kind of taste that other cereal flavors come with. I definitely recommend this one.
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
This is simply delicious. It's like hard cider and vanilla pudding had a baby. As an apple cinnamon fan, this seriously hits the spot.
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: about 2 months ago
Steep: 10 days. Kylin RTA. 36/26 dual-core fused claptons. 0.25 ohms at 55 watts. This recipe is truly cookie incarnate, absolutely delicious. The only thing I did differently was I didn't have FLV Sweetness so I dropped it.
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: about 2 months ago
Steep: 7 days. Kylin RTA w/ 36/26 dual-core fused claptons. 0.25ohms at 55 watts. Pink Starburst is my absolute favorite one, and in all the time I never considered that it had a bit of a watermelon note. This recipe is absolutely delicious and is a great representation of one of my favorite candies. Great job!
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: about 2 months ago
Steep: 21 days. Kylin RTA w/ 36/26 dual-core fused claptons. 0.25ohms at 60 watts. If you let this sit for a bit longer than what you recommend the Soho comes out a bit more (Custard as well) and makes for an absolutely delicious recipe. CAP Cereal 27 for the corn note was a genius idea and I thoroughly enjoyed this, even if I have never had Turkish Maze myself.
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: 28 days ago
I have been really digging it. The VT Creaming Soda\Fizzy Sherbet combo really does bring out an effervescence for that sort of soda mouth feel. This is definitely a great soda float without root beer, or maybe you can just toss in some FLV Root Beer for a bangin float as well.
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: 24 days ago
This is light enough that you could definitely enjoy this throughout the spring and summer, but the graham cracker clear, meringue, and sugar cookie give the bakery notes that I enjoy in my day-to-day vaping. I would highly recommend this one.
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: 17 days ago
I actually forgot to try this when it hit the 5-day mark as the recipe suggested and didn't get around to it until a couple of days ago (about 3 weeks now). This cheesecake is definitely different from the one's I've tried and not in a bad way. The use of CAP Caramel V1 to add that bit of buttery texture at the end has been very nice, and CAP NY Cheesecake/Cap Custard v1 always taste great after a long steep. Personally I can't really detect the Graham Cracker Clear in this but maybe that's because I let it steep too long and the creams took over. Nonetheless this is a worthy edition to your mix list if you like cheesecake.
User: MrZigglesworth Score: 5 Entered: 17 days ago
If I had a go to profile that I could probably vape the rest of my life, it would probably be an apple/cinnamon combo. It was one of the first profiles that really hooked me when I started vaping and nothing has changed. /u/ID10-T 's recipe is absolutely delicious, and I'm glad I finally got around to mixing it. Not everybody like's the taste of Dragonfruit, but man it really makes Apple/Cinnamon Combo's sing, and this recipe is no different. It's sitting in my U-Well Fancier right now and I can't get enough of it.
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