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I am on a quest to perfect the most popular flavor profiles. Perfection doesn't just come from flavor, it's also found in simplicity. The recipes in this series are geared towards mixers who are just starting out making their own eliquid. So whether you're a veteran or someone who's a little newer to the DIY community I invite you to pick a profile and join me in the lab as we quest for perfection.

Cookie

So what exactly does a perfect simple cookie vape like? Well the first thing that comes to mind is that little but of resistance that you get when you bite into it. I don't want a crunch, I want that little baked edge with a soft warm center that melts in your mouth. Butter is also something that's super important. We need the cookie to coat the inside of our mouth with that rich buttery goodness. Dark, sweet brown sugar and a hint of vanilla are the other two main notes that I want to taste.

CAP Sugar Cookie is really the best plain cookie in my opinion it's such a lovely soft cookie. It's rich in butter and it definitely melts in your mouth. Adding (more than) a little bit of FLV Caramel brings the brown sugar. I like to pair CAP Sugar Cookie with INW Biscuit for that buttery, flour, baked flavor. Last a good amount of FLV Vanilla Pudding for the hint of vanilla and the fall apart melt in your mouth texture.

Sweeten to Taste.

Watch the Video Here:

https://youtu.be/A_rPSlJur24

This week on Tuesday Reviews Day fate gave us TFA Black Cherry and we ushered in a new era of baking.

Just kidding, seriously though, this flavor has a bad rap. Rightfully so, I suppose. However, I think it's definitely possible to use this and have success. To me, this flavor is a very basey, sweet natural cherry taste. It screams cooked cherry to me. Add a little FLV Apple Filling and it's an incredibly unique Cherry Pie Filling. For the crust I used a combination of OOO Pie Crust and FA Cookie to give it some texture.

What's pie without a generous scoop of ice cream on top? Default to my favorite TFA Vanilla Bean + TFA Vanilla Swirl and it's a full bodied, top notey, buttery ice cream that just melts over the top of that warm Cherry Pie.

Sweeten to Taste.

Watch the Replay Here:
https://youtu.be/DrNEYGff_oc

If this is the first time you’re looking at one of my recipes thank you so much for checking me out. These recipes are geared towards mixers who are just starting out making their own eliquid. All of the flavors in this recipe are from a limited list of 26 ingredients. Check out my YouTube channel for lots more recipes!

Coffee and Cigarettes, A pairing made for mornings. Seriously, sometimes I miss that. Don't get me wrong I have never wanted a cigarette less than I want one right now but tobacco and coffee is such a great pairing.

Here we have the bold dark roasted fruity Brazilian coffee by wonder flavors paired up with the cured dry smoky middle eastern tobacco custard also from wonder flavors. The two are kind of just made to go together. You get nice cream from the custard that really makes the coffee and tobacco go down smooth.

I've added the sweet, light tobacco from FA Soho here to bring some life into the tobacco and give it something that's truly special. FA Soho has these light bakery notes that really can't be compared to others. It's a tobacco for people that don't like tobaccos.

Sweeten to Taste.

Watch the Video here:
https://youtu.be/iWiHA2macPw

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If this is the first time you’re looking at one of my recipes thank you so much for checking me out. These recipes are geared towards mixers who are just starting out making their own eliquid. All of the flavors in this recipe are from a limited list of 26 ingredients. Check out my YouTube channel for lots more recipes!

Man oh man I really like donut vapes. I don't vape them often enough. I'm also a sucker for a good 3 ingredient recipe. This one is the best of both worlds.

CAP Glazed Donut is a nice fluffy cake donut flavor with some great fried dough notes. I don't really get any glaze from it but I do get something that's reminiscent of powdered sugar.

WF Blueberry Jam is a delightful sticky sweet basey blueberry flavor. Both are quite basey and you need a little something to lighten the recipe up. WF Vanilla Custard adds that vanilla top note to brighten it up and the eggy part adds a little bit of chew to the donuit.

Sweeten to Taste.

Watch the Video here:
https://youtu.be/lIfD0W3_8Kc

I am on a quest to perfect the most popular flavor profiles. Perfection doesn't just come from flavor, it's also found in simplicity. The recipes in this series are geared towards mixers who are just starting out making their own eliquid. So whether you're a veteran or someone who's a little newer to the DIY community I invite you to pick a profile and join me in the lab as we quest for perfection.

Strawberry and Cream.

You know it doesn't matter what time of year it is. Hot. Cold. Sun. Rain. Snow. Strawberry and Cream is always there for me. It was the first recipe I mixed that I actually liked and it's still something that I'm constantly trying to perfect. How do I do that?

I want the strawberry to be artificial, sweet and really basey. I want it to linger and penetrate. The cream I want to by silky and smooth with a hint of vanilla.

If you're someone who's searching for a strawberry and cream that vapes like that sounds I invite you to try this recipe.

Sweeten to Taste.

Watch the Video here:

https://youtu.be/0kvbaUnlvV4

This week on Tuesday Reviews Day fate gifted to us FA Kiwi.

FA Kiwi is a fairy light, delicately sweet kiwi flavor. It doesn't have any tang or tartness which is something I would expect from a kiwi. It has plenty of juice, but no fuzz. No skin, seeds or flesh but plenty of green.

The best part about FA Kiwi is the juice. I decided a beverage was the best possible use of it. We went with a Kiwi Strawberry Daiquiri using FA Jamaica Rhum for the Cap'n Jack notes.

The kiwi note needed a little help, I used FLV Kiwi to add the fuzz and VT Sugarloaf to bring the tang and tartness.

For the strawberry note, I used Ripe Strawberry as the main note and the profile needed some basiness so I added just a touch of OOO Strawberry Jam.

A little Cap Hibiscus for the "slushy" and done.

This recipe was pleasantly surprising as I don't vape many solo fruit profiles, I think this nails texture really well and has tons of "Pirates stumbling through a dessert island strawberry field" taste.

Sweeten to Taste.

Watch the Replay:

https://youtu.be/x9lm-dsRdYw

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This week on Tuesday Reviews Day fate gave us Flavorah Root Beer. Let me say (well you already saw the title) we got weird with it.

So first of all, Flavorah Root Beer is a VERY creamy Root Beer flavor. It's got lots of bubbles and that sassafras/wintergreen you would expect from a Root Beer. It's definitely every one's favorite summer time beverage.

So the char wanted a Root Beer Cheesecake. Well I have never, alas, it had to be done. We started with the classic INW Yes and CAP NY combo. The "coconuty" notes that you get from the Yes We Cheesecake paired up really well with the Root Beer at 3%. We used FW Butterscotch Ripple as a kind of emulsifier for the root beer in an effort to make it more syrupy and less drinky. For the crust note I decided to use just a touch of TPA Cinnamon Danish Swirl. That butter flaky pastry sits out against the cheesecake and root beer while adding a pleasant spice note.

EDIT: (7/21/2021) I do not recommend mixing this recipe. It was fun and certainly random but not well executed. The mix is tremendously unbalanced. I’d be interested in trying this one again and I would definitely come at it from a different angle. Nonetheless this recipe is not very good.

Sweeten to Taste.

Watch the Replay Here:
https://youtu.be/KzPJrC4cDEA

Notes on the Adaptation:

Let's be honest. There are way better teas now that TFA sweet tea. Enter SSA Black Tea. It's a recent addition to my stash and I wanted to update this recipe immediately after I single flavor tested it. It's a good dry black tea with a nice creamy mouth feel. So right away I knew I could replace the Sweet Tea with it and and 4% the FLV cream is no longer needed. I did supplement it a touch with FLV Black Tea just because it's really basey and I wanted the little bit of top note you get from FLV.

Lastly (and you can leave this part out if you wish) I added a touch of sandalwood with FLV Wood Spice. The nuance of complexity that flavor provides is top notch and leaves very little to desired.

FLV Chai Spice is reeeeally fucking good. It's my favorite of the new flavors.

So Chai Spice Latte's are something that's really special to me. Kitty and my first Christmas together we tried Samurai Chai tea from teavana and we absolutely loved it. So it's become a tradition in our 15 years together to get Samurai Chai every holiday season and enjoy it together. Sadly teavana is no more.

Luckily there's FLV Chai Spice, cardamom, cinnamon, glove and ginger oh yeah this stuff is amazing. It takes the center stage here at 3% you get a really nice spice note for the TPA Sweet Tea. Sweet Tea is so good but it's really weak, I'd recommend picking up at least a 30 ML because it goes fast. Now the thing that make's Samurai what it is is the little bits of orange peel, when the Samurai steeps that orange blooms, it bitter and floral and the perfect compliment to the Chai. I used FA Bergamot here for the sour orange flavor and it's perfect. It sits right in behind the Chai giving it that nice little bit of tart Orange.

Lastly, because this is a latter we need some creamy mouth feel. FLV Cream is nice and thick with a little bit of that spice, pairs up really nicely with the Chai and 2% VT Coffee Milk froth for that foamy buttery goodness on top.

This recipe is really great and I hope you get a chance to try it out!

Watch the Video

https://youtu.be/aZAHncdHxy0

An RY4 with many leather bound books that smells of rich mahogany.

If this is the first time you’re looking at one of my recipes thank you so much for checking me out. These recipes are geared towards mixers who are just starting out making their own eliquid. All of the flavors in this recipe are from a limited list of 26 ingredients. Check out my YouTube channel for lots more recipes!

Pineapple Upside Down Cake. The bane of cake loving vapers everywhere. See pineapple is super juicy and acidic. Now normally that doesn't mix well with cake (at least in vape form). The juicy tart pineapple tends to really break down all the lovely fluffy cakey cakeness and that's no good rugrats. But listen, I have good news. WF Pineapple Baked still meets those beautiful tropical pineapple expectations, but, it's syrupy so it's perfect for a cake.

Alright, so we know that's the pineapple we want to use. To each their own, I for one enjoy the ever loving everything out of FW Yellow Cake and in my opinion there just isn't a cake that really comes close. That being said, feel free to sub it out for your preferred cake note. You see, FW Yellow Cake contains fructose, and when heated fructose has been known to produce harmful chemicals. There is no evidence to prove such a claim, the science does exist to back it though. SO if that's a concern for you, please use a non fructose containing flavor such as JF Yellow Cake.

I also added some WF Vanilla Custard to really give that cake some moisture and a complimentary egg note.

For the secret ingredient, I decided this profile really needed some sparkles, and by sparkles I mean FA soho. A tobacco? Well, yes, and also no. FA Soho to me has this really bright sweet note that reminds me a lot of baker's sugar and I think it's an interesting touch for a cake. I've just used it in here at 0.25% and at that small an amount you don't get any tobacco (just sparkles).

Sweeten to Taste.

Watch the Video Here:

https://youtu.be/pFkoL-ofyz4

User: RUG_ly Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Real good. I didnt have the LA Cream Cheese so I used Gelato Vaniglia by FA.
User: RUG_ly Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
Delightfully weird and unsurprisingly refreshing
User: RUG_ly Score: 5 Entered: 9 months ago
This recipe is great folkart. This is an ADV for me. Creamy, Bakery, Buttery yeah I love it. TFA Bavarian Cream is one of my favorites. Will definitely mix this again.
User: RUG_ly Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
Man that bit with the cake batter dip is perfect. I'm using that one! Thank you!
User: RUG_ly Score: None Entered: 9 months ago
Hey Pippa! I hope you're doing well. This recipe looks divine. I'm looking for recipes to mix for monday's gingerbread episode of Noted and I wanted to adapt this but I wanted to get your thoughts first. I don't have INW Lemon Cake but I was thinking of using CNV Lemon Cream Wafer at around 1.5-2%? I really don't care for LA Cream Cheese Icing but I think it'll work really well in here so I don't want to change that. WHat about the VT Golden Syrup? I see in your notes you used it as a sweetener and for depth, there's something to be said for FW Sweetener doing both of those things? Anyways, thank you for everything you do for the community I truly appreciate it! I'll let you know how this turns out.
User: RUG_ly Score: 5 Entered: 6 months ago
This mix is extremely authentic. I used FW graham cracker bc I’m biased and also dumb (I swear it said FW before I dumped it in there lol) I also added 2% cap sweet strawberry and 1% ooo strawberry jam for a strawberry topping. Thanks developed you are the bomb!
User: RUG_ly Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
This mix is super good. I subbed in FA Indian mango at 1 for the FLV mango and I subbed in TPA Papaya at 3 for the cantaloupe.
User: RUG_ly Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
Yo fresh I love vt chocolate mousse. its my favorite chocolate. this recipe is fire i mixed it right after you posted it. just and just tried it. i had to sub in lb strawberry cheesecake cuz i dont have wf but its real tasty. thank you
User: RUG_ly Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
Have you tried WF Banana Puree? Pick some up if you can.
User: RUG_ly Score: 5 Entered: 11 months ago
This recipe is amazing. RDL tank .5 ohm 25-30 watts. I can use this all day and not lose any of the nuance. For me I think the honeysuckle is what reeeeally sets it off. Great work on this one.
User: RUG_ly Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
You’re a smart dude.
User: RUG_ly Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
Using the corn bread with the Pie Crust was genius
User: RUG_ly Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
Yeah it’s good
User: RUG_ly Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
this is delightful, the creamy fizzy slightly sweet soda and the tart sweet guava were a nice pairing with just enough contrast. very refreshing
User: RUG_ly Score: 5 Entered: 6 months ago
Omg this recipe is so good. I steeped it for a week and it’s my new favorite developed recipe! Thanks dudes!
User: RUG_ly Score: 5 Entered: 9 months ago
I’m going to mix this because I love tobacco. You get a 5 because of the name no matter how the mix turns out (although I know it’s gonna be good) msg me if you ever wanna chat TWOT
User: RUG_ly Score: 5 Entered: 7 months ago
I really like what the bourbon is doing in here Wayne. I made a 10 ML , I liked it so I made 30 more! I wish there was a sassafras flavor to really crank up that FLV Root Beer. It's great on it's own tho. Thanks Wayne
User: RUG_ly Score: 5 Entered: 5 months ago
Damn slushy this recipe is off the chain. my tank will be full of it all week!
User: RUG_ly Score: 5 Entered: 27 days ago
Alright my man. This is a great recipe. It’s exactly as labeled. Delicious vanilla custard with a rich buttery cookie note and that real light dairy note from the meringue on the finish. I’m going to give it a 5 and make a suggestion. I’m not sure what you intended but if you’re looking for that real thick and airy realistic meringue flavor to top this cookie off I recommend picking up TFA Meringue and using it in here at 2%. FA meringue has that bottom of the cereal bowl taste but none of the meringue texture. I think TFA would work better in here.
User: RUG_ly Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
I’ve already vaped through 150 ml of this juice. It’s amazing every time. Warm buttery cookie with a gooey caramel center and a light chocolate finish. It really comes together after 10 days of steeping but it’s hard to make a bottle last that long. Really good boys!
User: RUG_ly Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
Nice job boys. I’m glad you didn’t use that nasty CNV lemon cookie wafer in here that flavor has nothing to do with this juice! Really good!
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