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14 Shared E-Liquid Recipes found


One of the most simple, surprising and delicious juices going has to be coop34's "Coop's Kiwi Bourbon".

So, applying Coop's awesome Kentucky Bourbon + Toasted Marshmallow + Fruit formula, one of the first fruits I decided to try was FA Forest Fruits, because it's my favorite. It's great right away, but goes through lots of interestingly tasty changes the longer it homogenizes. Plus, it seems to do something a little different with every hit. I loved the results instantly, and vaped it for months, but curiosity got the better of me, so I added one of my favorite enhancers, FA Oba Oba, and it was perfect.

This one's fun! Good off the shake, and full of little surprises as time goes on. Vaping it is interesting, too; sometimes it's pleasantly boozy, sometimes it has a pink bubble gum vibe, and sometimes it's just a nice, soft, round berry taste with a vaguely smoked-vanilla-like exhale (the Oba Oba, I think?)

If you don't have FA Oba Oba, try it without it, and if you like it, add some to your next order to try it with. It's a pretty fun flavor that does some cool things with the right profile, and in this case, it really rounds it out, making the whole thing softer, fuller and more complex.

I've always thought TFA Blackberry & INW Grape would go well together, and because I'm having a bit of a love affair with WS-23 right now, I decided to mix up a darker take on a Tiger's Blood Snow Cone. This is only the first stab at it, so I'm wondering if I should lower the FA Forest Fruit a bit and maybe add a touch of Dragonfruit as an emulsifier, but, for the moment, it's fun and tasty enough to share as it is.

This is a shake & vape, but, if you're at all squeamish about INW Cactus, give it 3 days, and the actual flavor of it will disappear, leaving behind only the exquisite juiciness.


These three flavors play beautifully together to create a delicately complex, incredibly refreshing shake & vape.

Inhale is juicy, full and sweet, exhale is like spinning a color wheel until it all blurs into some pleasing, blue-green, undiscovered hue.

A little grapefruit zing, some voluptuous lychee sweetness, something vaguely papaya-'nana, whipped up in a blender with a light touch of coconut milk and garnished with an island flower.

Feel free to add a bit of WS-23 to taste for a frosty summer refresher. Enjoy!

Mixed this up last August and realized I forgot to post it here when I went to re-mix it.


EDIT 4/25/18: I'm editing this recipe to change the percentage of INW Creme Brulee from 3% to 1% (and DIYFS Holy Vanilla from 1.5% to 1%).

I feel like I'm taking crazy pills, here, because whatever the unsavory note is in INW CB that so many people are picking up I don't taste at all, but too many damn fine mixers have pointed it out to me for me to not do something.

To anyone whom I might have emotionally scarred with my over-exuberant use of Creme Brulee, I cannot apologize enough. I love you guys, and the last thing I'd want to do is hurt you. Thank you so much for all of the feedback, you cannot imagine how valuable it is to me, because I have no one in meat-space (who vapes) to bounce ideas off of, and reign me in when I start letting my weird palate & kinky appetites take the wheel. You guys keep me sane... ish. ;-)

"Wouldst thou like to live deliciously?"

A rich, voluptuous smoked vanilla custard with a hint of dark tobacco. Tastes like sin.

Cap Vanilla Custard + INW Custard + INW Creme Brulee = My Current Custardstone.
These ratios are more or less my favorite, though if I'm topping this custard with fruit, I normally start the CAP VC at 4%. However, 5% is perfect here, because it really stands up against the smoke notes, and makes the whole experience more... rapturously rich.
Even if you're nervous about tobaccos, do not omit the INW Black for Pipe, please! It keeps the “smokiness” of the recipe from being too one-note, and adds this really bewitching, dark complexity to the vanilla. This is not a tobacco recipe, but it needs the mystery that INW Back for Pipe brings.
FA Black Fire bumps up that pagan bonfire note, and DIYFS's Holy Vanilla has never tasted so unholy. It's as sweet as the devil whispering in your ear.

I'd like to say this recipe has no culinary reference, but one night, about 3 days after I mixed it, I happened upon what turned out to be my favorite episode of “A Cook's Tour” on Netflix.

If you've never seen “A Cook's Tour”, I can't say that I actually recommend it. The production values are horrible, especially in light of Bourdain's other shows like “No Reservations” or the masterfully shot and edited “Parts Unknown”.

Still, food shows are my heroin, and a major source of cooking/mixing inspiration, so even though I found “A Cook's Tour” mostly hard to watch, Season 1 Episode 18 “The French Laundry Experience” is an absolute gem, and is so friggin' hot it pretty much qualifies as porn for me.

Specifically, at one point during the dessert orgy at French Laundry, Thomas Keller serves Anthony Bourdain a tobacco leaf and coffee custard as a sort of cheeky homage to the bad-boy chef, reducing him to a giggling, blushing schoolgirl. It was the first of a few ah-ha! moments for me, because I felt like my desire to include tobacco in a custard recipe wasn't so weird after all. It also made me think that adding a tiny bit of coffee flavoring might be a nice touch in future iterations.

The next ah-ha! moment came when, after 40 days of struggling with my impatience, I cracked open my batch of Black Phillip that I swore I wouldn't touch for at least 2 months, and tested it. Turns out that one wildcard ingredient that might not work, the Inawera Classic Black for Pipe, was right at home in that dark, smoky whirl of decadent custard fog. It definitely wasn't “ready” yet, but it hinted at some unusual and intriguing things to come.

It's now been steeping for about 50 days, and I've already decided I'm immediately mixing 2 more 60ml batches, at least one of which I hope to steep long term, like 3 months minimum, but ideally until late October, early November, when the smoky, lightly sweet complexity should shine like a beacon against a chilly autumn night.

Oh, and another thing, this recipe is a madman with a cup of coffee in the morning.

A sweet & mild cherry pipe tobacco with some lightly creamy vanilla/almond notes.

This is a great "transitional" recipe for those squirrely about tobacco vapes, as the tobaccos are mild and dessert-y, and the dominant note is a bright, non-medicinal cherry.

I mixed this on 12/19/16 and am just trying it now on 2/15/17, so I can't give a definitive steep time, but where tobaccos are involved, anywhere from 2-4 weeks is probably ideal.


The perfect, simple, cream & sugared cup of coffee through the sweet looking glass of nostalgia.

I had my first cup of coffee in 1979 when I was six years old at the Marietta diner in Georgia at 1AM on a family road trip. This recipe is a love letter to one of my fondest childhood memories.


THE COFFEE MF Coffee & FA Tiramisu: I know the first question anyone will have is "Can I substitute the Medicine Flower Coffee in this?" the short answer is a resounding "Nope!" It's expensive, it's tough to mix with, the steep time is infuriating, and MF will short you out of at least 3ml of your costly 15ml bottle every time. It is still the best coffee flavoring you will ever get your hands on in this life, at least for the moment. If you truly want a delicious coffee vape with no skunky weirdness or dessert-like fuckery, bite the bullet and grab some MF Coffee. FA Tiramisu, aptly nicknamed "Booster", does exactly that, and gives it a nice little roasty/richness/sweetness boost to it at 0.50% without turning it into some overly-sweet Starbucked-up abomination. You might be able to sub this with INW Mocca, but, despite having this flavor, I've not tried it, and couldn't guess at a good percentage other than to say maybe 1% or less.

THE CREAM TFA Bavarian Cream, CAP Sweet Cream, CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream & CAP Marshmallow: I'm in love with TFA Bavarian Cream, and at 2% it perfectly balances that coffee, wrapping it in rich, snuggly creaminess without weighing it down too much. This you can absolutely substitute at the same percentage with your Bavarian Cream of choice, be it Lorann's, Jungle Flavor's, or Flavor West's, it's all good. CAP Sweet Cream adds a sweet dairy note, and lifts the Bavarian Cream out of the pudding zone. If you don't have it, a blend of 1% FLV Cream or FA Cream Fresh and 0.5% Vienna Cream will work, too. CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream adds a nice complexity to the cream, and at 1.5% doesn't add enough of a vanilla note to complicate matters. You can sub this with TFA Vanilla Swirl at the same percentage, but, CAP WC is just so much better here. And, finally, CAP Marshmallow at 1.5% makes the whole thing thick and lush, giving you satisfying, pillowy clouds, but, don't bother if you have Capella's "new" version of Marshmallow, because it's not the same thing, sadly. They introduced this modified version to deal with the global shortage of Tahitian vanilla, and it's a serious step down in quality. If you still have some OG Capella Marshmallow on hand use it for this, because it's perfect. (You can tell because it's dark brown in color and smells like vanilla sugar in the bottle. The New stuff is pale yellow and smells like nothing in the bottle.) If not, you can sub it with 1.5% TFA Marshmallow, or a mix of 1% TFA Marshmallow & 0.5% FA Marshmallow if you're feeling fancy.

Okay, so, this next part sucks, and I'm sorry, but, you cannot rush this recipe. It takes a full month to steep, minimum and not a second before. (Honestly, even longer is better) Don't mix it with a milk frother. Don't try to speed it up with heat/ultrasonic. Don't. Don't. Don't. Just make sure all of the flavors are meticulously shaken before they're dripped in, add your nicotine and preferred base, cap it tightly, shake the bejeezus out of it, note the day you mixed it and put it away somewhere cool and dark for at least 30 days. MF Coffee goes through some pretty gross and weird changes throughout the steeping process, and after more than a year and a half of working on this recipe, with countless revisions, I promise you, it won't be where it should be any sooner than that.

But, I swear, after that 30+ days is up, what you'll find in that bottle is a dark, rich, authentic cup of coffee with cream and a little sugar and nothing more. If you want to add anything else to it, please, go nuts, because I'm dying to see what people add to this base, but, all I was looking for from the start was just a real and accurate coffee vape. So, I beg you to mix this up 1:1 first, so you can taste it in all it's simple, satisfying glory.

Excellent variations I've found include: 1% DIYFS Holy Vanilla (or FA Vanilla Bourbon or CAP French Vanilla), or 0.30% FLV Rich Cinnamon, or a mix of 0.50% FLV Caramel & 0.50% FLV Butterscotch for some uber-sweet Starbucks style dessert-coffee-milkshake nonsense. I also imagine FW Butterscotch Ripple, FW Butter Pecan or FW Hazelnut would be bitchin', but I've not tried any of those yet, because I tend to find the recipe as-posted more than satisfying.

So, there you have it! I've said, and heard, for so long that there is no such thing as a good coffee vape that this recipe was more-or-less finished in May 2016, but, I've fearfully sat on it all this time, because I really wondered if it was as good as I thought it was. Which is why I'd like to thank user fairtradesloth for taking a leap of faith, buying all the ingredients, mixing it up, then coming back with the feedback that gave me the courage to finally post it. He's the real MVP!

This is purely a concept recipe I happened upon while watching an episode of Bob's Burgers. The burger of the day was "The Fig Lebowski", so I thought to myself; "Self... the Dude likes White Russians... I wonder if figs go with coffee, chocolate and cream." Well, according to the Flavor Bible they do, so, off I went.

The result is surprisingly delicious. Smooth, creamy, with a subtle, dark fruitiness, it almost reminds me of a pipe tobacco! (a touch of your favorite tobacco wouldn't go amiss here) The INW Mocca is just a hint, but it's there. I bet you could swap the ratios between that and CAP Fig if it's more to your taste, but, though this is a first draft, I'm hesitant to mess with it too much, because it's really quite nice where it is.

A creamy homemade-style eggnog, spiked with rum and warmed with festive spices.

This takes a month to steep, and releasing it a week before Christmas means I really screwed the pooch, here. Too bad, because it's festive AF. Oh well! There's always next year, right?


A louched glass of absinthe with luscious, ripe berries and a sprig of mint muddled in. Sophisticated & strange. Incredible with cocktails. 100% Shake & Vape.

This is just a (heavily modified, shake & vape-able) remix of my "Glaistig" recipe with an upgraded absinthe flavor, so, if you don't have Decadent Vapours' Absinthe, you can still mix this up using the original recipe here:


A rich, decadent, banana custard tart. Not a shake-n-vape, needs at least a 4-week steep for the custards to develop properly, but thoroughly worth the wait.

User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: almost 5 years ago
Out of every Strawberry & Cream recipe I've ever mixed up, and there have been many, this one is my favorite. Here's why. The first thing that struck me was the strawberry profile. I have a feeling that those who have trouble sensing strawberry in a vape should consider giving this particular combo a go. It's a very potent, but not overly so, idealized fresh strawberry. Not too candied, not too earthy, not too sweet or tart, just perfect. The strawberries mesh beautifully with the combination of creams, which have exactly the right amount of vanilla to give them depth and complexity. But, the really inspired flourish here is the inclusion of LA Cream Cheese Icing. There's something about that tangy zing that really nuances the citric pop of the strawberries, both keeping them from being too sharp, and ensuring that they stay perfectly present against the subtle weight of the creams. I've mixed this recipe up several times now, which is a notable rarity for me. I'm good for about 15 to 30 ML of most recipes before the novelty wears off and I'm seeking a completely different profile. This one, though, I can't get enough of. It's satisfying and intriguing every time I taste it, which is often throughout the day. This is an undisputed ADV masterpiece.
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: almost 5 years ago
Love at first mix! Though I continue to chase the lemonade dragon, nothing I've made comes close to the unfussy perfection of this one. Tart and sweet deliciousness, and, the best part to me is that the strawberry & raspberry add interest without taking away from that crisp, bright, refreshing lemonade taste.
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
I love this crazy recipe. Only a mad genius would think to combine these flavors, but man, do they ever work. Strangely delicious, super original and incredibly addicting.
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: almost 5 years ago
Spectacularly weird but shockingly smooth and well-balanced. This is definitely the bizarre bolt-out-of-the-blue I was looking for. Thanks for this!
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: almost 5 years ago
What a trip! Whether this is your thing or not, this is a completely accurate representation of a creamy tomato soup, seasoned to perfection with a bold dash of black pepper and the crisp freshness of basil. Definitely better suited to a dripper than a tank, but surprisingly pleasurable to vape. Recipes like this beautifully illustrate the kind of innovation possible with rigorous single-flavor testing and meticulous note-taking. Very exciting stuff, Chrisdvr1!
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: almost 5 years ago
Had to substitute FW Bavarian Cream with TFA Bavarian Cream, and TFA Butter with CAP Golden Butter, but I don't think either change this fantastic recipe in any significant way. This one is definitely going into the permanent rotation for me. Full, rich and very satisfying, but not overly sweet or cloying, just a lovely balance of creamy, delicious flavors. Great recipe!
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: almost 5 years ago
This may have been Botboy's idea, but, it was this mixer that put me onto this mix and it is 100%, hands-down my absolute favorite lemonade recipe. Not only have I mixed at least a dozen, but I've tried at least as many commercial lemonade juices, and none of them has ever comes close to this perfection. This tastes like a bold, fresh, real-lemons lemonade mixed with very little sugar and it is exquisite.
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
Just dropping in to say it's June 2020 and everything sucks right now but this recipe. Seriously, I love rediscovering how great this is every summer. Love you, dude! I'm a big fan of this mixer's Fresh Lemonade recipe, and I couldn't have imagined loving anything as much, but this version is so sweet, satisfying and incredibly balanced. A little less intense than it's fresh counterpart, this recipe has just enough creamy vanilla sweetness to give it some body, but it's not too heavy for a hot summer's day. Perfect in every way.
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: almost 5 years ago
LOVE this! Mixed exactly as posted before listening to my urges to add more Forest Fruit, and am glad I did. Packs a perfect amount of flavor into that little 5%! Beautiful, simple recipe!
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: almost 5 years ago
Creamy without feeling heavy, sweet without tasting saccharine, and the almond & vanilla play off of each other wonderfully. Another sensational recipe, Vurve!
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: almost 5 years ago
Love, love, LOVE this recipe! It's even more delicious than I expected, which is saying something, because my expectations were already absurdly high. I remember reading the original post in the sbreddit and salivating eagerly, the way one does when reading a recipe in particularly well-worded cookbook. I even remember wishing that it had FLV Rich Cinnamon in place of the CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl, but that desire disappeared in a cloud of vapor last night as soon as I tasted it. It's absolutely perfect, and I wouldn't change a thing. I even woke up craving it with a cup of coffee this morning! Thanks for this recipe! Really good stuff!
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: almost 5 years ago
Gooooood stuff! My first job was at an ice cream shop. My 2 favorite treats there was a single scoop of their peach melba ice cream, or a banana milkshake. This is a dead ringer for the latter. Can't believe how rich and creamy this is without a custard flavor. Killer job, man! Will definitely mix again.
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
This is spectacular, beautifully balanced and so satisfying. Thanks for a perfect autumn/winter ADV!
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
I, too, am happy to see this on ATF! Now I can love it up and add it to my favorites for easy mixin' again and again and again. This is a fantastic recipe, and one I enjoy from the first drop to the last. Thanks so much for sharing it.
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
Thanks for this delicious recipe! The addition of FLV Guanabana is inspired, and really makes this a unique spin on the Loops recipe. Kudos!
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
This is a really enjoyable recipe. The mouthfeel is thick and lush and the fruit is subtle and addictive. I have no idea how close it is to LC, I only know I'll definitely be mixing this again!
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
I absolutely love this recipe, and I'm kicking myself that I didn't make a bigger bottle. This is the best use of cardamom I've ever tasted, and even though it's bold, it balances with that pastry base perfectly. Gorgeous recipe!
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
Super simple, yet deeply satisfying. This is still one of my favorite recipes. Could never have imagined how buttery INW Biscuit becomes at this %.
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
This is a really crisp and refreshing recipe! I didn't have CAP Spearmint, but found TPA Spearmint at .25% a suitable substitute. FLV Pink Guava is a spectacular pairing with DV Absinthe, and one I would never have imagined would work so well together. Thanks for introducing me to this, frankly, perfect Absinthe flavor. I can't wait to see what else we can do with it!
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
I've never had Teleos' The Milk, but I mixed this up on 9/18 and just filled a fresh tank about 1/2 hour ago, and I'm in love! This is friggin' delicious! I skipped the sweetener, and I'm glad I did, because this mix already has so much going for it. Excellent stuff! Lots of lively, fruit cereal notes, and the "milk" is devine. Keep kickin' ass!
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
I love this recipe! The cookie base is perfectly done and that slathering of strawberry icing is magic and addictive. Added to my faves, as I'll be mixing this one A LOT! Delicious!
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
Mixed on 10/2 and only just now getting to it on 11/18. I don't know how you do it, but, this is another must-have juice in my rotation. How is something so unfussy this satisfying?! I think you're under-selling this one. There's a lot going on here for a tired palate to see and do. Seriously yummy stuff. Thanks for another banger, CheebaSteeba!
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
Friggin' delicious.
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
Vaping this right now after an overnight steep and I'm really loving it. Lightly sweet and flavorful with a beautiful, tropical/citric twang. This is just the thing I needed to take the chill off this cold, 33 degree day! Will definitely mix again, not only to keep the winter blues away, but to celebrate summer if it ever comes back to New England. ;-)
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
Mixed this on 10/2 and didn't get around to it until 11/22, so, I don't know if anyone's tried it this well-steeped (or even needs to) but, man, this is excellent! That guanabana is a really exciting break from the usual strawberry-cream profile, but hits all those tart/sweet/creamy notes in much the same way. I love it! Thanks for sharing this recipe!
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
This one sat in my batch queue for ages because I didn't have 3 of the flavors, and now I'm sad because I could have been enjoying this treasure all along! This is a beautifully delicate balancing act! That juicy, sweet mango flavor gilded with the perfect, light shine of coconutty cream and pineapple is the bee's knees. Excellent recipe, ID10-T. I wish I could give it 10 stars!
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
This is great! It has a lot going for it with those three little ingredients; creamy and nutty, but with a hearty, almost cookie/bakery depth. Good stuff! Thanks for sharing it.
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
Mixed on 11/20 and vaped on 12/5 and it is perfection, though I love your Mango Colada even more. Your coconut-fu is just as on-point here, too! How you manage to coax every bit of sweetness and creaminess out of that blend of coconuts without a whiff of sunscreen is pure magic, to say nothing of the perfect balance of pineapple. Love it! Thanks for another flawless recipe.
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
Mixed on 12/2 and vaped on 12/10. Excellent, excellent recipe! Right off the bat, this is a nice, full, satisfying vanilla-ish cream with a light, sweet strawberry exhale, but, if you dial down the wattage and restrict the airflow a little this sucker really comes alive! It pushes the strawberry a little more forward and turns every hit into a mouthful of delicious party-time strawberry frosting! Awesome recipe. Will definitely mix again!
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
Mixed on 11/20 and FINALLY got to it on 12/15, and, BOY, did this one scare me for the first 2 hits! Powerful blast of anise to the face! After that, though, it settled right in and that awesome torrone/meringue/caramel combo lifted it into this incredible symphony of smooth, sweet, spicy goodness. This is a truly glorious recipe, and so exquisitely unique in terms of flavor and texture. I can see this being in my rotation forever, but it's definitely one of those recipes that everybody in search of something different should try for an exciting change of pace. I've never tried Attara Artisan's Bombay, but, this is an excellent recipe right here. Kudos!
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
Mixed on 12/2 and vaped on 12/16 and while it immediately sounded delicious, I didn't expect to fall as hard in love with it as I have. This is awesome! Is has this beautiful balance between a cream and a candy profile. It's like a Cream Saver from the netherworld. Absolutely perfect.
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
I cannot tell you how much I love this! It's such a satisfyingly juicy, sweet, fruity mouthful of sunshiny goodness. If happiness came in vape form, this would be it. I can see why this one calls you back. I'm just finishing the last few drops, and I'll definitely be making more. Thanks for sharing this!
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
I started DIY about three months after I started vaping, so I never had the opportunity to try OG Shurb. I *have*, however, gleefully mixed and vaped along with you since version one, and while V2 was my favorite up until now, I cannot imagine anything more dazzling than this. This is perfection in every way, and unimaginably delicious. I mixed up on 12/28 and cracked it today on 12/30 because I couldn't wait a second longer, and now I cannot put it down. You should be proud as hell of this, and I am incredibly grateful you shared it, because this is one of the best recipes I've ever tasted. Kudos to you, captain!
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
FW Hard Candy and Jungle Juice are two flavors I can pick out in any mix to it's detriment. I don't know how you managed to make them taste so damn good here, but you did. This is some sweet, juicy, cool watermelon candy deliciousness right here.
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
This is one of my favorite recipes of all time. Very definitely a spicy cocoa, that CAP Horchata and Hot Cocoa taste like they were made to go together. Even if you don't like chocolate vapes, you owe it to yourself to mix this up. So rich and warm and satisfying. Utter perfection after a month's steep.
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
Wow! Cap Cool Mint + INW Natural Mint! What a killer combo! Cool, refreshing, and just sweet enough. I didn't have FW Menthol, so I subbed with FE Menthol at the same percentage, and *man*, this is fantastic. I haven't had a good menthol vape in awhile, and I've *definitely* never had one this good.
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: about 4 years ago
I just tasted a bottle of this that I made four months ago, and, oh, my god, it's delicious. The raspberry isn't floral at all, just juicy, bright, and smothered in light, sweet, creamy goodness. Exquisite!
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
How can something this simple, with such a low percentage, be such a masterpiece?! I love this recipe; it manages to taste like so much more than the sum of it's parts, and it satisfies cravings I didn't even know I had. Really, really delicious. Thank you so much for sharing it!
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: about 3 years ago
Would you believe it's June 2018 and I've only just tasted this for the first time? I've mixed it up twice, but both times gave my steeping bottles away to people I was trying to help quit smoking. I don't know what to say other than I just bought larger bottles of all three flavors, and I have a few versions steeping using other fruits. I'm also dying to know what the TFA KB & TFA TM will do to tobaccos. Just beautiful. Thank you for this, Coop. This'll be in my rotation forever.
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
This recipe is a goddamn masterpiece. It took me AGES to finally have all the ingredients in place, as I kept forgetting to add FE Sweet Rice to my ECX cart for some reason, but now that I've finally tasted it, I mix & blow through 60mls on a regular basis. A week's steep is my personal sweet spot for this one, then it's gone in roughly that amount of time (which is fast for me!). This recipe has made my summer! I just recently moved, and one of the places we left behind was this expensive, problematic Thai restaurant. They had a mango sticky rice that was on the menu, but not always available, due to the head chef's insistence that he only ever used the most exquisitely ripe mangoes to make it. If he couldn't get ripe mangoes, no mango sticky rice for you, end of story. I don't know how common this is, but it was topped with toasted mung beans. It lent this sweet, crispy nuttiness to the dish, and I think about it often, the way a normal person fondly recalls a lost love. Anyway, not only does your recipe perfectly balance the juicy, fleshy, sexy fruitiness of a perfectly ripe mango with the rich, decadent, creamy layer of coconut rice, but I swear to god, I even taste a sprinkling of toasty mung beans here. Beyond delicious. Brought a tear to my eye, it did. Thank you for this one, Shyndo. Easily one of the top 5 best recipes I've ever had.
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Such a beautiful recipe! An excellent "cream" for warm weather, when custards can feel like too much, though I don't want to limit this one to a season. It's great anytime! So smooth and satisfying; a perfect ADV.
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Sooooooo damn GOOD! There are so many S&C recipes out there, I sometimes feel like Pac Man trying to gobble them all up, but this one really stands out. That "Daveberry Trinity" is a magic combination, so bright and lively and STRAWBERRY-in-all-caps, and it just stands up beautifully against that nice, thicc milkshake base. I mixed up 60mls right out of the gate, because it sounded so good, and guess what; time for another 60mls! I love this recipe! Thanks so much for sharing it.
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
I know I bought FW Butterscotch Ripple for a specific recipe, but by the time my order came in I had forgotten which one and it sat unused until now. This is a damn tasty recipe, though I really don't get much almond from it. That said, I mixed it up as posted, am enjoying it immensely, and I'm looking forward to mixing it again with that suggested 1.5% FW Yellow Cake added in. So far it hits all those notes I look for in a decadent, cuddly custard while staying very low in total flavor percentages. Great stuff!
User: RuntDastardly Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
Hot damn, this is sensational! Mixed on 4/26 and tried it on 4/29 and I am completely smitten. (Full disclosure; I dropped the Super Sweet down to .25% because I've found any higher ruins my enjoyment, and I opted for 1% of the WS-23, because, honestly, I was a little scared of that 2%.) Great, sweet, juicy orange taste. Also, this is my first experience with WS-23. I've tried every other coolant up until now, and truly disliked them all. It's great to finally find one that actually works for me! So orangey and refreshing! I love it!
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