@MrZigglesworth and I were hanging out the other night and decided to come up with a few recipes, so this is just as much his work as mine. We wanted something refreshing for a summer vape, something that could be an adv. His idea was a chocolate mint shake. There's quite a few versions of shamrock/chocolate mint ice cream, so we took a little bit of a different approach. I think we nailed it first try. The chocolate and mint are both light, but don't get lost. I think that's what makes this easily an adv. Cap Creamy Yogurt really ties everything together and really surprised the hell out of us.
We started a challenge on the DIY Advanced Vapers group about a month ago and this is my recipe. The rules were to use any plum flavor, 5 flavor max, and no more than 10% flavor total.
The peach and plum meld into a nice sweet fleshy flavor, which is not something that I expected to happen but was quite pleased with how it came out.
I've got a co-worker that vapes nothing but tobaccos. Problem is he found everything too sweet or it always had something extra, it was never just a straight tobacco. So one drunken night I whipped this up for him. Got lucky the first try and this has been his ADV since then. If you find yourself really craving the taste of a cancer stick or just have someone that is just wanting to get into vaping have them try this.
The Desert Ship and RY4 is what really makes the tobacco flavor that I think a lot of people miss, then with addition of the Flue Cured it gives it that slight ash flavor.
Simple, dense and flavorful.
Don't really feel this one needs flavor notes since everything pretty much speaks for itself as far as where each thing fits in to place. I think this one with a little tweaking could turn into an amazing key lime pie. Some day I'll get around to it and nail the unicorn flavor that got me started on diy to begin with. Until then enjoy!
Recently picked up MF Wild Raspberry and was blown away by it. I also have a friend who has gotten rather tired of custards and creams. She wanted something with a good citrus punch. So I figured I'd have a go at a berry lemonade. I have a bit of a obsession with FA Blackcurrant, and I thought the mix between it and the wild raspberry would be interesting.
The Lemonade base - Lemon Sicily mixed with the Cactus, Super Sweet and the Sour give it a nice juicy, sweet, and slightly tart flavor. It's not in your face tart like most lemonades but I enjoy it.
Berries - Blackcurrant can come off a bit musty if not used correctly, and Wild Raspberry is extremely potent. I added the Blue Raspberry Slush to meld the two and avoid either being overbearing.
Spring is coming up. Give it a mix and let me know what you think.
@Tootall has a version very similar to mine, so if you aren't a fan of FA Custard definitely try his. I worked at a B&M about a year ago and this was made for a co-worker of mine. I still make it from time to time for myself and a few others. Roughly a week steep time just to let the custard and icing meld things together and let the lemon mellow out.
Cookie base - FA Cookie and CAP Sugar Cookie mixed is always a winner, no explanation needed here.
Icing base - FA Lemon Sicily is the main attraction here, but the mix between the LA Cream Cheese Icing, FA Meringue, and the FA Custard really make it a nice sweet and creamy frosting.
I may make some changes to this, but as right now I'm very pleased with how this came out.
This recipe was inspired by @Trevorxgage's Southern Peach.
FA Cookie - This gives it the flavor of a very light baked, slightly buttery and flaky flavor crust that a tart would have.
OSD Lucky Shot - This gives the crust some density as well as adds some mouthfeel.
TPA Brandy - I feel like this adds some sweetness along with giving it almost a syrup feel to the fruits.
INW Shisha Vanilla - I put this in to help the Brandy create the syrup, I think it works well in doing so.
TPA VBIC - This is here to help meld the filling together with out making it too heavy, I had considered CAP Vanilla Custard but wanted to keep things light.
CAP CDS - Couldn't have a peach tart without a touch of cinnamon, Not too much and along with the ginger I think it's perfect.
CAP Honey - Another additive for sweetness and the syrup.
TPA Juicy Peach - One of my favorite peach flavorings out there. I think this tastes like the flesh of the fruit. Sweet but not overpowering.
CAP Yellow Peach - I get a slight tartness from this flavor to me it's like the skin of the peach, paired with the Juicy Peach gives this recipe the full peach flavor I wanted.
CAP Apricot - The tartness from the Apricot boosts the peach flavors as well as helps with the skin portion of it.
FW Ginger - As said above paired with the CAP CDS is the perfect amount of spice to this recipe while keeping it a lighter flavor and not muddling everything.
FA Lemon Sicily - This is in to brighten the fruit flavors.
I know it's a lot of flavors, and it's a bit of an odd one, but damn is it tasty.
This is my take at Django. It's not exactly 1:1, but I am very pleased with the way that this turned out. It's a flue cured tobacco with vanilla milk and a caramel drizzle. Two week steep required.
HS Flue Cured - This is really the star of the show, it has a fantastic smokey/woody flavor and it's exactly what I was looking for. The other flue cured tobaccos that I tried were ok, but this is the flavor for this juice.
INW Vanilla for Pipe - I put this in to help to blend the vanilla milk and the tobaccos together and it does just that.
TFA RY4 Double - I needed caramel, but didn't want to muddle the HS Flue Cured. RY4 Double has very subtle tobacco and a wonderful caramel after steeping, so just like the Vanilla for Pipe this is to help blend the caramel in with the tobaccos.
FA Cream Fresh - This is part of the milk base and it works perfectly for that. With the added vanillas from the other flavors it turns into a light creamy milk.
CAP Vanilla Custard v1 - This was put in to add richness to the milk, as well as help to meld everything together to make it one cohesive flavor.