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A slightly different take on a chewy kiwi candy. My current ADV.

Believe it or not, I just woke up one day and had this recipe in my head. I immediately grabbed my supplies and got to work. After mixing up a few batches, this is what I landed on. I'm already halfway through a 120 ml bottle of this version and still loving it, which is rare for me. Usually I get bored of flavors after one to two days.

If you leave the kiwi out, you also get a great base for any chewy candy profile to pair with other fruits.

INW Kiwi:
By far my favorite kiwi. It is also (like many Inawera fruits) slightly candy-like and fits the recipe like a glove.

TPA DX Marshmallow:
Taste-wise this is the perfect marshmallow to achieve the "chewy" aspect of the candy profile. Imho there is no debate in using any other marshmallow flavoring here. Also steeps quicker than regular marshmallow flavorings.

MB Milkshake:
A great support for the marshmallow. You could probably achieve a similar effect by combining butterscotch ripple with meringue or something like that, but why go through the hassle when Molinberry's Milkshake can be used like a one-shot for that. Also it is more potent than most Molinberry flavorings, so no more than 0.5% is needed.

FA Jammy/Candy Wizard:
This is the glue that holds the whole thing together. It works so well in here, it almost feels like cheating.

TPA Sour:
Also a vital part. Just keep in mind when using other fruits in this recipe to bumb them up a bit in percentage, because malic acid is known to mute flavors a bit. But this works in our favor when it comes to the chewy candy part, because it keeps the TPA DX Marshmallow and MB Milkshake in check, so that it doesn't taste like a fruity marshmallow milkshake in the end.

It's okay as SNV, but really shines the more time it has to steep. I recommend at least 7 days.

Have a nice vape!

No nonsense! No gimmicks! Just straight up peanut butter goodness!

So, this is where my soul crushing and money consuming journey of finding the best peanut butter vape took me.
Every flavor in here that's not PB is to help the profile out and make it the best it could be on it's own, without going into custard/ice cream/etc territory.

TPA DX Peanut Butter | FLV Peanut Butter:
The peanut butter base. Those are arguably the two best PBs on the market. The DX PB is the main flavor, FLV PB is here to boost it up. The only other PB I would even slightly consider is CAP's Peanut Butter V2, since it's miraculously light years ahead of the V1. Maybe a good substitute if you can't get FLV's PB.

FA Peanut:
This is in here to bolster the PB just a little bit more. Any higher percentage would kill the overall flavor, but 0.5% is just right.

TPA DX Marshmallow | TPA Marshmallow:
I know what you're thinking: Both of these in the same recipe? What heresy is this?! But hear me out: TPA's DX Marshmallow tastes nothing like the regular one, and it's great! I think it's another underrated DX flavoring and one of my favorite marshmallows. Both of these in combination are my marshmallow stone. In general, the marshmallow really helps the whole recipe out in giving some sweetness and good mouthfeel, but doesn't take away from the pure PB experience.

FW Butterscotch Ripple | FW Caramel (Salted) | FA Honey:
The salted caramel and butterscotch ripple just go great with PB. FA's Honey is really nice with caramel and creams in general. At those percentages there a not at all overpowering, but still noticeable and give some more dimension to the overall taste.

After 3 days it becomes vapeable, I wouldn't recommend trying to vape this at any earlier point. Best after 2 weeks minimum!

I hope you find as much enjoyment in this recipe as I do, it cost me a lot of tears and money to get it to this point.
Also I'm always open to suggestions on how to improve on it, don't hesitate to shoot me a message.

Have a nice vape!

I know: There are many pistachio ice cream recipes out there. This is just the way I like it.

I was disappointed with most I've tried and decided to make my own version. No big notes here on the flavors used, because it's mostly self explanatory, I think. Just 3 little things I want to talk about:

Used TPA Sweetener instead of, for example, CAP Super Sweet, because I don't want too much sweetness and the ethyl maltol portion of the TPA Sweetener is doing wonders here. I also love FA's Honey in most creamy profiles, and it fits really well here too. I think the WS-23 is necessary, because, you know, it's an ice cream after all.

Hope you enjoy and have a nice vape!

You like strap on recipes? How about a prickly strap on? Sounds painful? Well, i'ts actually pretty tasty.

Since I've received Inawera's Prickly Pear in my last order, I've been tinkering around with it a fair bit. Searching for a nice fit for a great flavor. And this is what I came up with. Many iterations later, this is my (for the foreseeable future) final version of the Prickly Strap On!

INW Prickly Pear:
The main flavor. It's a bit like INW Cactus, but sweeter and more fruity. Just a great single flavor that, as it turns out, mixes really well with other ingredients.

FA Red Summer & CAP Sweet Watermelon:
The first versions of this recipe only had Capella's Sweet Watermelon, and tough being pretty good on it's own, it really drowned in the other flavors. This is where FA's Red Summer comes in. Those two combined give the recipe a very nice watermelon base.

CAP Sweet Strawberry & INW Shisha Strawberry:
A similar story as mentioned with the watermelon, but this time I felt like the INW's Shisha Strawberry needed a little boost, and CAP's Sweet Strawberry really helps. I've also tried TPA's Strawberry and Strawberry (Ripe) in previous batches, but didn't liked it at all.

FA Fuji:
My apple of choice. As many of you probably know, this flavor can be very overpowering. This is why there are no other apple flavors in here. In my opinion, this suffices to get the apple across in the recipe.

I usually mix it with 0.5% WS-23 (10% dilution in PG). It's very sweet on it's own, so I don't recommend using any sweeteners.
But I'm not your dad, so make your own decision on that.

It's nice right off the shake, but for the full flavor experience I would recommend a 3 day steep at least.

I hope you find as much enjoyment with this recipe as I have, and have a nice vape!

Really tasty recipe with some unusual flavors, all Inawera!

Doing a recipe with aloe flavoring was on my bucket list for quite a long time since I've tasted some great commercial ones including it on a vaping expo. The only problem: It's really hard to find in my vicinity. So I bit the bullet and made an order directly from Inawera after finding out they have it. The next question I had to answer: What flavors does one combine with aloe? This is what I came up with, and I'm really excited to share this fine recipe with you all! I'm pretty much stunned how well it all fits together and I really advise you to try it if you can get your hands on all the ingredients.

INW Aloe: The main ingredient, obviously. 4.5% is an ideal fit here, has a lot of presence but does not drone out the other flavors.

INW Prickly Pear: Just a perfect companion flavor for the aloe. It's like these two were made for another. 3% is enough to get the flavor across, I would not increase it.

INW Pitaya: Can easily be subbed with CAP Dragon Fruit or TPA Dragon Fruit, but I was curious how Inawera's offering fairs against these two, and, just in my humble opinion, I think it's superior to both.

INW Cactus: It's a well known fact that a little bit of this can give most fruit recipes that special something, but in this mix it's also a nice boost to the taste of the Prickly Pear.

I like to add 1% WS-23 (10% dilution in PG). You can decrease the amount or leave it out completely, you call.

This can be SNV, but the WS-23 fully kicks in after a 3 day steep.

It was a lot of fun coming up with this recipe. Hope you enjoy and have a nice vape!

Licorice and Coconut is a great combination. Coconut and Blackcurrant is a great combination. Throw all three together and you get one of the best flavor profiles I've done so far. Already vaped through 200 ml of this goodness. Let's get into the nitty-gritty:

FA Black Touch - In my opinion the only good Licorice on the market, especially for a real, non-candy Licorice flavor. 3% might sound like a high percentage at first glance, but cut the dosage and it loses a lot of its presence in the mix.

INW Blackcurrant & CAP Black Currant: Inaweras take on the flavor is by far my favorite. It's not too sweet and has the right amount of sourness. Capellas Blackcurrant helps to give the profile even more fruitiness.

CAP Coconut & TPA Coconut Candy: I've tinkered with these a lot in the first batches. 2% for both turned out to be the exact sweet spot I was looking for. Capellas Coconut is needed to give the right Coconut texture, TPAs Coconut Candy bolsters it nicely and gives the mix much needed sweetness. A positive side effect of TPA Coconut Candy is that we don't need any sweeteners in this recipe.

I like to add 1% WS-23 (10% dilution in PG). You can decrease the amount or leave it out completely, you call.

Steep time is AT LEAST 7 days. No SNV!

Hope you enjoy and have a nice vape!

Summer is coming, time for some tropical goodness! A simple and tasty mix to get you into the mood.

FW Papaya can easily be subbed with FA Papaya, thou I would reduce the percentage a bit.
I tried it with TPA Coconut Candy before, but the papaya is sweet enough on it's own. CAP Coconut is a way better fit for this recipe.
Strangely enough, TPA Banana Cream is by far the best banana flavor for this. Every other banana I had available tasted a bit off in here.

I like to add 1% WS-23 (10% dilution in PG). You can decrease the amount or leave it out completely, you call.

Let it steep for at least three days!

Hope you enjoy. Have a nice vape!

Let's make one thing clear from the start: I love anise. I can vape that stuff all day. If you don't like anise, don't even think of mixing this up.
With that out of the way: I've tried many commercial anise apple juices. But they were all lacking that certain "something" or were loaded to the brim with sweeteners. So I've decided to make my own anise apple recipe. And let's just say, after testing many apple flavors I think I nailed it with this mix. So let's get started:

FA Anise: Just straight up the best anise flavoring on the market imo. Nothing more to say, i'ts mandatory for this mix and not replaceable.

FA Fuji: As many of you know, it's the of the best apples on the market. It fits perfectly here at 2% to be present in the mix.

INW Shisha Golden Apple: The secret weapon of the recipe. It's just an awesome apple and gives the recipe that little special something.

CAP Double Apple: This is used here as the apple base and is a great flavor all around.

I like to add 1% WS-23 (10% dilution in PG). You can decrease the amount or leave it out completely, you call.

If you love anise as much as me than this can easily be SNV. If not I would suggest a 5-7 Day steep to let the anise calm down a bit.

Happy vaping and all hail to king anise!

A little experiment that turned into one of my ADV's. It's weird, it's unusual, it's tasty af. Can be SNV but is best after a 3 day steep.

FA Papaya: The main star of the recipe. To me, it kinda tastes "pink" in a way and pairs very well with floral notes, that's why...

TPA Cherry Blossom: in here, same as FA Rose. Those two in combination with the Papaya really give it that sort of "weirdness" that's making this so addicting for me. If you don't have FA Rose, you could get away without it, but there would be something missing.

FW Blueberry & TPA Boysenberry: These two combined in here bring the sweetness of the FA Papaya down a bit and add a bit more texture and juiciness. Especially the TPA Boysenberry brings out a certain sort of "bite".

FA Fuji: Tbh, it's in here because I'm addicted to it and sneak a little bit into most of my fruity mixes. Also fits surprisingly well in here.

TPA Koolada: I like my recipes to be very cold. Adjust the percentage to your liking.

User: Parad0x357 Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
I was searching for a good, simple tobacco recipe for my father, a strong smoker, who wants to quit. I saw the ingredients and thought to myself: This could be really close to a regular cigarette if I leave out the menthol. Ordered the flavors, mixed it up and what can I say? It's really good. Even I like it, and I usually detest tobacco flavorings. My Dad is also very happy with it, since the last store-bought tobacco liquid he had was goddamn atrocious. A well deserved 5 star rating.
User: Parad0x357 Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
Very accurate to the profile and absolutely tasty. I increased the WS-23 and left the super sweet out. In my opinion it's sweet enough on it's own. By the way: While i was mixing a second batch of this I accidentally mixed it with 0.5% FA Aurora instead of 0.5% FA Bergamot (made aw juices at the same time and grabbed the wrong bottle). Also very good, gives the recipe even more of that citrus bite. But the bergamont is far more authentic to the profile, I have to admit.
User: Parad0x357 Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
Very good recipe! Made it without the super sweet and added some WS-23. I have to admit, I never had Orgasm by One Up, but judging this on it's own I have to say you did a great job.
User: Parad0x357 Score: 4 Entered: about 1 year ago
Very nice recipe! Sadly, I couldn't get my hands on JF's Honeydew Melon, so I substituted it with TPA's Honeydew. I really like it, but if I ever get the chance to try it with JF's Honeydew Melon I update this review. I'm a big fan of FA's Lavender and I have to say this is one of the best uses for the flavor I've tasted so far. Also, this made me fall in love with FA's Aurora. A very good flavor. Mixed it with up with some WS-23 for that extra bit of kick.
User: Parad0x357 Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
I really like this when I got the ol' vaper's tongue. Have to say, never had the original, but you can't get wrong with this. I left the sweetener out, but on my next mix of this I try it with some. Also Subbed the FLV Cool Menthol for Smoking Bull Kristall, but I think most decent menthol flavors will work here. Recommended!
User: Parad0x357 Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
I always keep a 100 ml bottle of this in my steeping cupboard. If I don't know what to vape, I just grab this. Usually mix it up with 1% WS-23. One of the best simple recipes!
User: Parad0x357 Score: 4 Entered: about 1 year ago
The closest to an actual energy drink I've vaped so far. Tbh, the monster energy recipe by Wayne is not even close, I'm still bewildered why he even posted it. I've mixed this with 1% WS-23 to get even a little bit closer to that beverage feeling. All in all, thanks for the recipe!
User: Parad0x357 Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
Even after just a day of steeping it kicks mayor butt. I'm eager to see where it goes from here. Mixed it without the sweetener and it's totally fine this way. Also I've added some WS-23 for added effect. I vaped hundrets of milliliters of Prickly Victory and this is clearly a step up in taste.
User: Parad0x357 Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
Finally got around to test this classic, and I have to say, it's great! Thou I modified it a little bit: Added 0.5% FA Jammy/Candy Wizard, 0.5% WS-23 and swapped the 2% CAP Sweet Lychee for 1% FA Lychee, since I really don't like CAP Sweet Lychee. But those are no real big and/or impactful changes and just down to my personal perference. Overall, the profile is just great and kudos for making a tricky, floral profile work so flawlessly!
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