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This is my most recent take on a cactus-pipe tobacco project that I started over a year ago. The general idea was to create a tobacco vape that had cactus flavor. A primary concern was to use the INW Cactus concentrate in a way that tasted good, while still keeping the character of a tobacco vape. Weird, fruity, deep, aromatic, and satisfying, I think I got it.

To quote the storied wordsmith /u/ID10-T: "It's sort of like opening a fresh pack of fancy cigarettes and taking a deep whiff, while drinking a cactus beer."

FLV Native Tobacco--Oh yeah, baby. It took me a while to get around to ordering this, but once I did I knew I would be using it in this. A bit of spice, plenty of body, and just enough sweetness make it click with its prickly dancing partner.
INW Cactus -0.75%-I chose this percentage because I wanted it to be noticed, informing the vape, and lending fruity flavor without making it soggy or turning it into an aloe-tobacco (ew). It works, but it needs some help getting integrated into the profile without soaking it so..
FLV Yakima Hops--I use this here to bind with the Cactus and introduce it to the tobacco in a way that avoids soaking it. The brightness pairs well and it provides bit of a buffer in flavor and mouthfeel with its dry, earthy tones.
INW Dark for Pipe--This is in a support role to the Native Tobacco with the function of filling out the base notes. It is also the reason why the recommended steep time is 4 weeks here. It provides a heavy richness that fills out a bit after steeping and completes the package. I am tempted to try to work Black for Pipe in here instead, but that is only because it is my favorite tobacco ever, if I am being honest. Black for Pipe competes a bit too much elsewhere in the recipe.

*credit to the stolen artwork here: http://www.marcjohns.com/blog/2011/07/12/pipe-smoking-rabbit

To commemorate the historic Eagles victory, I present a cool green apple-kiwi to celebrate. I provide a liberal helping of cactus, of course. From underdog to top dog, PHILLY PHILLY!

*Yeah I just mixed this, but setting the steep time to 3 days because I am familiar with these flavors

A sweet, slightly tart apricot whiskey drink. I just thought it would be fun and it was, so enjoy.


Apricot-cream lollipops, ladies and gentlemen! And another use for that FW Hard Candy! Credit goes to SadPandaVapes for posting the recipe that gave me the base profile here: https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/547quj/weekly_recipe_pomcitrus_lolipop/

I tweaked this based on my stash and the idea to come up with an apricot one. The result is akin to what an apricot creamsaver could taste like. Delicious right away. The Hard Candy should settle down a bit and the custard should thicken some more after a steep. The apricot should become more assertive as well. The 'cream' element is mainly incorporated for mouth feel. Feel free to play with it if you would like it to actually be creamy.


Tart, bright raspberry, with fragrant, silky, tropical vibes. This is another 'showcase' style recipe to highlight some characterstics of a few flavors I enjoy.

I really like how vibrant FA raspberry can be when it sits on top of a mix. INW Dragonfruit is soo damn smooth and I feel it contrasts nicely. Cactus is my main squeeze and hangs out in the middle, lending some floral aspects to the main pairing and helps with the mouthfeel. INW Melon (in its older formulation because the flavor gods hate me) just makes a nice fruit base in general with subtle, yet deep melon presence. FLV Guanabana lends some tropical vibes and gives some more body.

The overall vape is chill, yet powerful like a tai chi master or something.


In Poland, we make good Strap-on. You wear it and vape, yes?

I just thought that it would be fun to make a strap-on with all INW flavorings. I added some grape to give Anton a little something extra to grab on to.


I wanted to mix INW Cactus into CAP sugar cookie and make something tasty. After quite a bit of work, I managed to create a warm, soft, cactus cookie with a sugar glaze. Full recipe notes here: https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/5rybyl/phucker_cookies/
This balancing act requires some patience, so give it 10-14 days to steep.


Here we have an imitation of a Kasugai Kiwi Gummy candy from Japan. The source material is a sweet, soft, and juicy gummy that features actual kiwi puree in a gelatin + pectin based candy. Kasugai gummies are softer gummies that are more in line with a gummy lifesaver than a Haribo gummy bear--almost like a thick jello.

The flavor: The kiwi in the candies is a blend of kiwi puree with artificial kiwi flavoring. My task, then was to make my kiwi candy-like with a hint of realism. TFA Kiwi Double hits the candy kiwi in this mix. The actual gummies feature the occasional kiwi seed from the puree and therefore present a more realistic element. E-liquid is a homogeneous mixture though, so I modified the fake, cloying taste that Kiwi Double can impart by brightening and lifting it up with a touch of TFA Quince. The result of the Quince addition adds a missing 'tart' element provided by the seeds that would otherwise be lacking.

The gummy: The source candy is a sweet, soft gummy, with juiciness overriding much of the stickiness. To suggest this, I used a combination of CAP Jelly Candy and TFA Swedish Gummy. CAP Jelly Candy provides volume for the profile without the chemical off-notes that something such as TFA Gummy provides. TFA Swedish Gummy suggests the waxy texture found in Swedish Fish and so was used to provide a bit of structure and softness that Jelly Candy can lack.

Overall Profile/Conclusion: The candy is very sweet and I relied on the flavors themselves to provide much of that. A bit of Ethyl Maltol was added to smooth it all over and keep the candy vibe alive. The Kiwi Double/Quince combo infuses itself into the gummy base to provide an illusion of juiciness that might not otherwise be present with weaker, duller flavors. The overall vape may be a little bit tastier than the actual candy, but that cannot be helped--flavor is paramount here.

This recipe has been entered in a contest: DOD WORLD MIXERS II Round 2

Think cantaloupe with a bit of rind, situated at the bottom of a light melon salad.

Mixed at 70/30 vg/pg

This recipe has been entered in a contest: DOD WORLD MIXERS II Round 1

This is the spawn of an effort to make INW Exotic Roots palatable. Here, Exotic Roots is up front and personal with its ginger and spice notes (if you have had the pleasure of meeting it, you know what I mean). INW Black Currant plays with Exotic Roots to tame it a bit and lend some creaminess that sinks the whole thing into the sweet base (Guanabana). INW Rhubarb takes up the very rear in this recipe to provide a fresh taste to the finish. A little spicy, a bit sweet, a tad earthy, and wholly satisfying, it takes just 3 days steep to fully appreciate the mouthfeel on this random beauty.

User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: almost 4 years ago
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User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: almost 4 years ago
I like this recipe because it tastes like piña colada to me and I like piña coladas. Am I doing this right?
User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: almost 4 years ago
I'm rating this 5 stars with the disclaimer that I did not mix this exactly. Some subs were required. However, it is a damn fine concept and I appreciate the share. I will comment with my subs, but I really enjoyed the INW Melon/Cucumber/Spearmint pairing.
User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: almost 4 years ago
This took about 10 days to truly come together, but the result is truly satisfying. Thanks Cheeba!
User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: almost 4 years ago
Intense mango fruit flavor with a couple extras. I'm loving the marshmallow underneath. This is very nice.
User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: almost 4 years ago
I added a few drops of Koolada. After 4 days, this becomes amazing. Nice simple, delicious, and satisfying recipe.
User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: almost 4 years ago
Okay look...I don't know what the hell this is, but it is great. This is beautiful and you are beautiful in your uniqueness. Keep being you, as this is truly a delight.
User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
This is not exact but it is pretty damn close and totally awesome. I am enjoying it the most after 2 weeks. Great job Vurve and thanks for your hard work on this!
User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
This one is great. FLV Mango really comes to purpose here. The profile is balanced and it even has the cocktail texture. I tried this with a little bit of koolada as suggested.
User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
This goes well with coffee. I never had the original, but I enjoyed this very much.
User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
I used Forest Fruit at 2% and it worked very well. I like it best after a 3 week steep.
User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
This a nice, tart blueberry lemonade. Just as advertised. Nice job!
User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
I love this after a month. So smooth and the melons just meld right into the cream. This goes great with a dark, malty beverage.
User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
Decent shake and vape. Tastes really damn good after a week. Way to use up that Jungle Juice!
User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
I avoid sweetener like the plague. And upon initial mixing, I wasn't fond of the cotton candy. But then I tried this again after sitting for 10 days and I must say, this recipe pulls off a sour blue raspberry jolly rancher very well. The raspberry doesn't get lost or muted in the sour wizard and the sweeteners perform their functions beautifully to turn this into a sugary candy. Good stuff. Well done!
User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
What the fuck determines stars anyway? I rated this 5 stars because I found this to be quite tasty, especially after a week. Additionally, I thought the guava + cream combo was a pretty cool idea. I like this best after a week. It isn't overly sweet and I enjoyed it with my morning coffee.
User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
Yep. This tastes like something a chick would enjoy drinking. I honestly don't see much more to do here.
User: Philosaphucker Score: None Entered: over 3 years ago
That image edit is amazing. The grackle looks very much at home there. But yes, koolada to taste.
User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
Tart, sweet, bright, and juicy. This is truly a delight. I like this right away, but mix up another bottle for later because you will definitely want to try the deeper sweetness that comes out as it ages.
User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: about 3 years ago
I enjoy this very much. That CAP Juicy Orange/Sweet Tangerine combo is as close to OJ as I have seen thus far. The LA/TFA Banana Cream combo makes a nice base and interacts with the orange beautifully. That banana combo is always going to be light against stronger flavors, especially if TFA Marshmallow is on the scene, so I would add a bit of FA Banana if I wanted to crank that up. I hate TFA Pineapple compared to CAP Golden and INW Pineapple, but it works really fucking well here against the orange/nanner combo. When I smell the ever-so-familiar scent of TFA Pineapple when I drip this, I get moderately aroused by the contrast that's coming. Fuji does some work with integrating everything and was a good choice. Yeah I tried this with a light amount of Koolada and so should everyone else. People like to use the word 'balanced' a lot. I wouldn't use it here. The highs outweigh the lows by quite a margin, but that is okay because that is how the profile works. I can't say that I have ever had the source material, but this is a mighty fine vape that I am enjoying and that is all that matters.
User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
This is listed as a S&V, but I have really enjoyed sampling it over the course of 4 weeks. Yes, this seems to be true to the profile and that is cool on its own, but there are some other things I would like to note. The ice cream is great. I may have fallen in love with INW Shisha Vanilla as well. I enjoy this recipe with coffee and heavier, darker, and sweeter beers. After a couple of weeks, the overall vape gets softer on the palate and the Honeysuckle blends through a bit more as if the ice cream has melted. The honeysuckle doesn't fade though...no, sir. The vanilla holds its own as well. Beautiful work.
User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
This had a bit of a bite for me, initially but that calmed down after doubling the steep time. The coconut combo is excellent in the sense that it sticks the coconut milk aspect of the drink waaay out there. I feel this compliments the story well. Overall, a very enjoyable experience (even with all that self-awareness).
User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
I blew through this pretty quickly. Making grapefruit an enjoyable vape for all day use is no small task. Thosr vanilla notes are a nice, rewarding contrast to the accurate representation of grapefruit. Very well done.
User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
This one wasn't on my radar at first, as I am not too into bakery vapes. I was quite shocked to discover just how much I enjoyed this recipe. This excellent work at representing a TASTY blueberry danish. Not a danish topped with blueberry, but a blueberry danish. Phenomenal stuff, man.
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User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
I never had a St Germain cocktail, so I am coming at this with the perspective of someone who enjoys vaping interesting profiles. I love this use of FA Gin and it has pretty much sold me on Elderflower. The use of Koolada was spot on for a cocktail vape with these flavors. Using INW Pineapple as a texturizer is some genius level tom foolery. The overall smoothness of the vape kept me coming back. This is simply a great vape, thank you!
User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
I had one difficuly with this one and that was finding a beer to pair it with. A session IPA is nice, but it takes away some of that luscious mouthfeel. I ended up going the route of a belgian blonde ale. Personal victory aside, I enjoy how smooth, juicy, weird, and wonderful this is.
User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
When I first mixed and tasted Grack, I had a good laugh. I posted it in a very targeted manner in order to see what kind of reaction it would get and to prove a very specific point about the utility of using larger amounts of Cactus. I did NOT anticipate the number of people who would actually mix it, or even see it! This recipe is a bit more complex and a lot more polished. That 'purple-ness' is still there and the copious amount of Cactus is integrated with help from the minor florals and Boysenberry. The cherry finish, with help from the marzipan may be a more palatable alternative to the Meringue in the original for many. I had a discordant experience vaping this because it is so close to Grack until the finish. Better? Idk. More accessible and enjoyable to more vapers as a finished product? Yeah...I would say so. Well done. I'm glad that you are able to have your Grack your way and enjoy it =D
User: Philosaphucker Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
Can reviews be deleted? If you post a review on a recipe without mixing it or even talking about it, should it still exist as a review? Or is that censorship? 🤔 I feel that we should be able to say what we like, but if a comment isn't a review then there is no reason why it shouldn't be removed from the reviews category (practical considerations aside). Oh well. People and politicians suck as a general rule, unfortunately. Anyway, onto the recipe. This combo is good, just as I imagine the combo of cocaine and prostitutes on a yacht would make one feel. That powdered sugar begs to be brought to all kinds of citrus parties, ready to fuck shit up in the best way possible. I may be an addict now. Take a good, hard look at the motherfucking boat because that Blood orange champagne just joined my fleet and we are about to set sail. The only previously familiar flavor for me here is the papaya and I agree with how it was applied. Good mix, sir. Thanks for bringing this champagne and sugar to my attention.
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