Saw the Mixin Vixens profile posted on FB and wanted to mix something that included FLV Creme De Menthe and all the other decadent things that I like. The picture they posted looked like mint chocolate ice cream, but I thought doing a toffee twist would be perfect for fall - inspired by stevenv84’s recipe, https://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/3251316/Chocolate%20Ripple
Try subbing FW Butter Pecan or FA Almond for Caramel Toffee or use LB Lava Cake instead of VT Chocolate Mousse. Also try using White Chocolate, VT Avocado Cream or VT Devon Cream instead of Love and add a drizzle of Salty Caramel. Lots of tasty combinations to be had here. That’s the beauty of DIY, you can mix what suits your palate. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
I love frilly coffee vapes, especially when it’s not so crazy hot outside. With fall fast approaching I thought I’d break out my favorite coffee flavoring, Purilum Caramel Coffee with Sweet Milk. To me, it’s the perfect balance of medium roasted coffee with a nice caramel cream backbone done right with no burnt tire taste. I used it low because I didn’t want the coffee to be to forward.
Butterscotch Ripple was used accentuate the caramel. Vanilla Cream Extra, Marshmallow Vanilla and Sweet Cream help thicken the cream layer and add a nice vanilla note.
Chocolate Mousse is such wonderful flavor that really works well here IMO. I tried several different strawberries and decided to go with Red Touch because of its brightness, but feel free to experiment. Sweetener is optional if that’s your thing. For me, it’s great without it.
Creams need a a few days to steep, but very tasty as a shake and vape.
Tested on a Basic RDA with a 0.8 ohm 2.5 ml nano clapton coil at 16 watts on a Neo60 Squonker.
Hope you enjoy and rate it. Would love your feedback too!
My buddy Sean Maddox loves Wookie Cookie and mixed his first DIY recipe this week! Bravo to you my friend for saying hell no to all the crazy flavor ban stuff and deciding to take the plunge. As a tribute to him and his new mixing journey I made a version based off the recipe he created. I’ve never tried the original, based one what he’s told me this seems to be in the same ball park.
The profile from what I understand is graham cracker/caramel/cream. For that I used FA joker and graham crust to create to spicy cookie. INW Yes We Cheesecake and VT Creme Brulee for a decadent cream layer and WF Caramel Butter and FW Butterscotch Ripple for the caramel, well...for the caramel. FA Meringue adds just the right amount of sweetness without being cloying.
For a different twist sub VT Sweet Cream or FA Vienna Cream for the cheesecake. Either combo is delicious
And to anyone else thinking about mixing your own E-Liquid just do it! Hell No you can’t take my flavors bruh
Tested on a Dvarw DL, 0.40 ohm Ni80 Clapton coil at 25 watts
Borrowed the pistachio and lime from ID10-T and the cream base and toasted almond from Fresh03 to make this recipe. VT Sweet Cream and NYCC make up the filling, while WF cannoli Shell and Biscuit Base make a delicious spicy wrapper. Subbing VT Sweet Cream with VT Creme Brulee at the same percentage is also a tasty combination. I also like to add 0.25% FA Meringue for added sweetness. Anyways, it’s good. Hope you enjoy!
Creme Brulee Cookie, Cannoli Shell create a spicy cannoli shell and a bit of Hazelnut added for more crunch.
Mascarpone Cream & Vanilla Cream Extra creates the creamy, but not too cheesy filling. If you done have VCE try subbing no Cap Vanilla Whipped Cream or VT Vanilla Buttercream Frosting. Haven’t tried subbing MC, but Cap NY Cheesecake might work.
Golden Syrup brings it all together and adds a sticky sweetness like a nice stack of pancakes without the maple flavor. If you don’t have GS you might try OOO Powdered Sugar at 1%. This would make it totally different recipe, but still tasty.
Shisha Strawberry & Red Touch worked best here for me, but you can use any combination of strawberries that may suite you better.
Good as a shake and vape, but really comes together nicely after a few days.
Been working on a strawberry shortcake profile for awhile now and like this version best. I didn’t want the strawberry to be too candied and wanted a light fluffy whipped cream and soft cake to compliment. Super sweet is optional, but it does work well here. Hope you enjoy, let me know what you think!
I take no credit here, this is just a simple remix of Folkart’s amazing Mayan Milk recipe using some of the flavors I already had on hand. I add 0.5% FA Donut Glassato Cioccolato for a cakey back note, but either version is delicious. Hats off to Folkart for making the best chocolate vape I ever tried, thank you sir!
I’ve never tried SJM so I have no idea how close Wayne’s remix is to the original juice. I mixed it his recipe then added .5% RF Baked Bread because I wanted more of a toast note, which was gawd aweful. This is a strong pungent flavor that reminds me of stale malty beer. It was sensory overload,... The next day I mixed and immediately tasted that weird note again only not as strong. Did some searching and found Shyndo’s bread stone, which uses Cereal 27 and baked bread at a 4:1 ratio with a dash of toasted marshmallow. I mixed another bottle and added 1% cereal 27 and a few drops of toasted marshmallow that was good.
I suspect the AP in cereal 27 calms down the funky notes in Baked Bread. With that in mind I mixed another bottle and this time added .6% FA Apple Pie. You could probably use it between .5 - .75% depending on your taste. FA Apple Pie provides the much needed AP kick that rounds out the bread and adds subtle baked sweetness without the spice. Of the versions I’ve made this is my favorite.
If you don’t have RF strawberry jam w/toast you could probably make it with a low % of Baked Bread and up the percentages strawberries. This will be a work in progress, but at least I have something more enjoyable for my taste. Thanks Wayne and Shyndo! Definitely a tough one to clone
Spending summers at my grandmother’s house was one of my favorite things to do as a kid. As a city mouse, riding horses, fishing, diving into crystal clear waters of the swimming hole on the other side of the pasture were what I lived for. Most of all I loved picking the blackberries, blueberries and dewberries that grew wild, doing my best not to get stuck or be bitten by the occasional snake hiding in the brush.
I remember running back to her house with purple stains on my face and a T-shirt filled with as berries as I could carry feeling like I’d conquered the world. She’d praise me for my harvest then churn up some of the best homemade ice cream I’ve ever had. My job was to turn the crank on add more rock salt and ice as it slowly melted, which was very serious business. I knew it was almost ready when I smelled the aroma of sugar cookies wafting in the breeze while I labored on the back porch.
Once the cookies cooled enough she’d carefully sandwich a scoop of the berry ice cream we made between two giant sugar cookies then smush it together. We’d both sit on the swing on her porch licking our fingers until every drop was gone. I finished the night catching fire flies and watching for shooting stars until it was time for bed. Before she passed away years later I would bring her blackberry ice cream and sugar cookies when I’d come to visit as an adult. She loved The Golden Girls so we’d enjoy our treat while we watched her favorite show together. This ones for you granny.....miss and love you.
FW Blackberry - this is the best blackberry I’ve found and serves as the main berry flavor in this recipe. It’s dark and sweet, with a very slight tang to it, but somewhat one dimensional.
FA Bilberry - helps sweeten the blackberry a little more and add some depth and weight.
TFA Strawberry Ripe - also adds sweetness and smooths out the blackberry, while giving it brightness and body to make it taste more realistic.
FA Apple Pie - is the secret ingredient to this recipe and is what ties everything together. It adds a baked quality and more texture to the sugar cookie without being too intrusive. FA Fuji could also work, but can be rather strident if too much so cut the percentage down to 0.25% if you’re subbing. I prefer Apple pie though and the additional AP it brings.
FA Vienna Cream, TFA Vanilla Bean Ice Cream - together make the ice cream. If TFA VBIC is too peppery for you try using FW VBIC. You can also sub HS French Vanilla Ice Cream if you don’t have Vienna Cream.or whatever cream you like. I prefer the richness of Vienna cream because it adds more density to the ice cream.
CAP Sugar Cookie - it’s of course creates the sweet sandwich and at 2% adds the right amount of texture. The extra AP in the Apple pie helps it greatly IMO.
It’s good as a SNV, but needs a day or two or three to really shine. Give it a try, it’s quickly become one of my favorite recipes!