Tested on a profile 1.5 @0.13ohms approx 100w.
I wanted to showcase the WF Pitaya (Dragonfruit) and thought it would go wonderfully in a cream, used at 3% here to ensure it was present throughout the whole vape and not get lost in the creams.
French Vanilla (Thick) used to thicken up the whole mouthfeel whilst boosting those vanilla notes and adding some extra cream at 1% it does this wonderfully without being overly aggressive.
Bavarian cream used to add a pleasant stiff cream in the background and add to the Vanilla Cream extra to give a pleasant vanilla cream
Vanilla custard is used here as one of the main notes to really give a creamy mouthfeel, with the other creams used this stops it from becoming custard like but does give a wonderful thick and full tasting cream
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This is from a request on a FB Group, they wanted a Coconut Milkshake with Caramel and Wafer. After vaping through 400ml since batch mixing a few different versions I thought I better release it as I have enjoyed it so much.
This is a dairy based milkshake just like I used to have as a child, a generous amount of Ice Crean blended into a pint of whole fat milk.
The milkshake base appears throughout with the caramel leaving a sticky and sweet mouthfeel with pleasant coconut accents and the wafer appearing right at the end of the vape.
The Milkshake base consists of LB Ice Cream for the ice cream part, a good ice cream on it's own but does nornally need a boost with another if using as an Ice Cream as this was to thicken and add more dairy to a milkshake this is fine on it's own here. After trying different %'s they were either too much ice cream or not enough to thicken 3.5% is the magic number just enough dairy boost and thickening without going into ice cream.
FA Milk at 1.5% gives us that creamy yet unmistakable full fat whole milk taste, higher than this makes it too thin and lower doesn't give the right consistency.
WF Coconut custard used here for the wonderful soft and silky coconut (no suntan lotion) as well as the thickening from the Custard part, this adds to the dairy and gives you a pleasing thick milkshake
FA Caramel was my first choice as a sweet and slightly sticky caramel 0.75% is enough without making it sickly however it was missing depth this is where WF Caramel Butter comes in.
WF Caramel butter combined with the FA gives this a lightly buttery sticky and syrupy caramel exactly like you'd get from a a fresh caramel.
WF Crispy wafer gives you the actual ice cream wafer slightly dark with a pleasing wafer taste and texture, taken up to 2.5% as any lower and it just disappears into the mix the texture is then boosted with JF Biscuit at 0.75% to ensure that this doesn't fade out.
Finally dessicated coconut is used to boost the coconut notes, this was chosen as it is a dry shredded coconut, this ensures that it doesn't sink into the mix too much like a creamy coconut
Delicious Frosted fruit loops layered into a Vanilla Cream
Tested on a profile 1.5 with 0.13ohm Mesh @ approx 100w
CAP SL Fruit circles makes up the main cereal note used at 8% to ensure it doesn't get lost in the creams and as a slightly weaker flavour it really needs to be pushed.
CAP SL Crunchy Frosted Cookie used for 2 reasons here at 1.5%, it enhances the mouthfeel off the fruit circles as well as adding a little depth to the mix it also adds some of the frosting on the cereal.
WF Buttercream frosting is a delicious sweet frosting used at 1.5% here to add the main frosting element to the fruit circles this also adds depth to the Vanilla Cream.
VT Vanilla cream at 2% is the main cream element in this mix a fairly thick cream with a pleasant sweet and slightly dark vanilla bean, this is further thickened up with the use of FA Bavarian cream.
Possible subs: VT Buttercream Frosting for the WF at 1.25%, any other Bavarian cream for the FA this sub may make a slight change to the taste but should be minimal.
I wanted a truly decadent and thick Vanilla Cream, I believe I have achieved this. Tested on an Asmodus C4 at 50w with 0.33ohm Dual fused claptons and a Profile 1.5 0.2ohm mesh at 75w.
3 weeks required for everything to blend together, this then remains stable for at least 6 months.
The main cream is made up of FLV Cream which adds some buttery and realistic dairy cream notes to this mix at 1%, Devon Cream is used to further enhance amd thicken up that cream which it achieves at 2% and Vape Train Vanilla Cream which adds a further dairy element this is very sweet cream like whillst also adding a rich Vanilla Note
Vanilla buttercream frosting at 1% sweetens this mix up and adds some sweet and grainy texture while adding a sweet complex Vanilla along with the wonderful buttercream notes, I originally tried 2% which made this mix a little dry and waxy, I backed it right off to 0.5% which didn't provide enough of what I wanted, finally 1% is the sweet spot for this mix.
Vanilla pudding at 2.5% thickens this mix up with it's silky and thick pudding like mouthfeel whilst also building on the vanilla profile,
Finally FA Vanilla Bourbon is used to tie all the Vanillas together with it's own dark vanilla notes that play well with Vape trains rich and bright complex vanilla's, creating a thick Dairy Cream mix with deep and rich Vanilla notes
This is a perfectly balanced blend of Forest Fruits and Honeydew Melon with a Vanilla cream background.
Tested on a Wotofo Profile 1.5 RDA with 0.2ohm Mesh at 75w.
This is a little unbalanced after a shake with everything coming together after 7 days, it just becomes creamier with the fruit notes remaining upfront the longer it's left.
FA Forest Fruits is my go to blend to use when I want a blackcurrant forward forest fruit mix used at 3% here to give a beautiful blackcurrant with mixed berries iimcludong Cherries and Raspberry, in the background, I tried using it higher but I ended up losing the balance of fruits I wanted at this % it plays wonderfully with the authentic, juicy and sweet HoneyDew Melon from Jungle Flavours at 1.5% this sits just in the background of the forest fruits without being harsh or overpowering.
My Vanilla Cream background consists of LB Vanilla Ice Cream at 4% to give a buttery and thick Ice Cream, for me the Vanilla in this needs some enhancement as well as it being a little 'flat' on it's own, VT Vanilla Cream at 1.5% fills in that role enhancing the creaminess of the LB with it's sweet cream like body and it's slightly dark vanilla tones. Finally VT Vanilla buttercream frosting adds the 3d edge with sweetening up the ice cream and adding a little more depth to the vanilla.
I've been craving a cinnamon vape for a while and wanted a change from my usual custards and desserts, I thought a Cinnamon Cereal with milk would satisfy this, this turned out exactly how I wanted and is delicious. Based on Golden Graham Cereal a UK cereal a little like Cinnamon Toast Crunch. You can SnV but for me this needs at least 3 weeks for the milk element to come through properly
Tested on a Profile 1.5 @ 0.2ohm and 75w.
The main cereal is FLV Cinnamon Crunch @ 2% for a light dusting of cinnamon and the main textute of this cereal, CAP Sugar Cookie @3% blends with the Cinnamon crunch and further enhances that texture, FA Graham Crust at 0.5% adds a little butter to the mix adding the golden element as well as providing a little more texture.
The milk base is FA Milk at 1.25% for that whole milk taste, CAP Sweet Cream added at 1% to sweeten the milk a little and enhance the mouthfeel, these together give a pleasant full fat milk with a creamy mouthfeel
Finally 0.25% CAP SS added to enhance the sweetness of the mix bringing it more inline with the sweetness of most breakfast cereals
Y Ddraig Goch is Welsh for the Red Dragon. Ddraig goch Cwstard is literally Red Dragon Custard.
Tested on an Asmodus C4 Ni80 0.3 Flapton and a Profile 1.5 0.13 (60w) Mesh & 0.18 Mesh (75w) and Profile RTA 0.16 ohm Mesh.
Legend has it that centuries ago 2 ancient beasts lie beneath Dinas Emrys in Wales, locked in battle.
An ancient King tried to build a castle at Dinas Emrys in wales but this castle kept getting knocked down by unseen forces, he is told by his advisors to seek a boy with no natural father and to sacrifice him. The king finds such a boy who is also supposed to be the wisest wizard who ever lived (Merlin).
The boy upon hearing that he is to be put to death to end the demolition of the walls, is dismissive of this advice and tells the king about the 2 Dragons locked in battle beneath the foundations, the King excavates the hill freeing the dragons, One red and one white, the dragons continue their fight until the Red Dragon emerges victorious, the boy tells the King that the red dragon symbolizes the kings people and prophesies the coming of the greatest king Britain will ever see...King Arthur Pendragon.
I wanted a full on thick and creamy Vanilla Custard.
This is a full on Vanilla Custard.
This was originally mixed with the OG Holy Vanilla then they discontinued it so remixed with Holy Vanilla V2 which was just as delicious. Feel free to use the OG, V2 or Reserruction at the same %'s.
The Custard base us made up of FA Custard Premium, at 4% for that full thick and buttery custard, to this 6% CAP VC1 adds Vanilla and the egg notes I want from a custard.
2.5% Devon Cream adds a thick dairy cream, I tried using it lower initially but it just didn't give the creaminess or mouthfeel I was seeking.
Holy Vanilla v2 at 3% adds a dark, sweet spicy vanilla with it's caramel and lightly creamy notes for the ultimate Vanilla boost.
EM added for a little sweetness, smooth and blend everything together
At 1% I the slight cotton candy like mouthfeel greatly enhances this profile.
This is a strong and creamy Latte with hazelnut and toffee accents. Formerly part of my Twisted Imagination one shot range at ChefsFlavours.co.uk
For me this needs at least 4 weeks to blend together and for the toffee and hazelnut to come out completely, however some have been enjoying this off a shake.
I was sat drinking a Latte made with hazelnut and toffee syrup and found myself thunking this would make a great vape, this is my attempt to re-create that profile
The coffee backbone is made up of OSDIY Lotta Latte, a pleasant and creamy latte on it's own, used here at 2.5% for the robusta coffee and that little bit of cream for a latte, used higher than this it just made the coffee too strong and wiped out all the other flavours. If you can't get OSDIY, VT Caffe Latte should be a decent sub but use at 1%-1.5%
To this 0.25% VT Arabica darkens up the coffee with the strong roasted black arabica beans, this increases the strength of the coffee in the mix without overpowering everything.
Now with the nice strong coffee base notes I needed to make it creamier so 3% VT Hokey Pokey Ice Cream (This tastes identical to VT Toffee Ice Cream so use instead if you can't get hokey pokey) is added, this gives a pleasant, sweet and creamy Ice Cream into the mix as well as the added bonus of adding the toffee, used lower than 3% it doesn't add enough toffee and higher than 3% it makes this more of a coffee flavoured ice cream.
For the hazelnut FW Creamy Hazelnut was the perfect choice at 1.5% this adds a realiatic Hazelnut with a creamy mouthfeel, the creaminess adds into the ice cream and starts to take it away from ice cream and more towards cream.
TFA Vanilla Swirl used at 2% to blend it all together and further steer the Ice Cream to a straight cream while adding more vanilla notes.
I used to really enjoy FW Butterscotch Ripple at 10% Standalone, it was a decent vape however it was a little 'flat' so I decided to come up with a mix that would add some depth and boost those butterscotch notes.
Tested on a Asmodus C4 at 0.3ohms 50w, Profile 1.5 RDA at 0.13 70w, Kensei RTA 0.13 braided at 70w and a Profile Unity RTA 0.16 55w
I really enjoy this off a shake, however the longer this is left the more the Custard comes through, 30 days steep will give you that pleasant rich and thick pudding background with the butterscotch and cheesecake well blended in
The backbone of this recipe is FW Butterscotch ripple at 8% this gives a pleasant butterscotch with a creamy background, to this FLV Butterscotch at 2% adds depth to the butterscotch while also making it more prominant, added at 1% it was still a little too light, 1.5% was a bit better but 2% was perfect and really boosts those buttery butterscotch notes as well as making the FW Butterscotch a little darker.
CAP NY Cheesecake at 2.5% adds depth and thickness to the cream that the FW brings to the table and makes this rich and smooth and pushes this towards a thick pudding dessert
FA Custard Premium added at 4% gives this a strong Vanilla egg custard that further enhances the butter in the butterscotch and adds a lot of depth and makes this more of a rich butterscotch pudding this is the absolute highest I would use the Custard Premium and only against concentrates that could take it without being overpowered.
A simple Humbug candy recipe, these are my wifes favourite sweet, I also recently found out that they are also considered a Christmas treat.
Leave for 24hrs for the Candy Cane to lose it's cloudiness and it's ready to vape, this has become my wifes ADV.
Tested on an Asmodus C4 0.28ohm single flapton at 65w and a Wotofo Profile Unity Mesh RTA at 80w
The main mint is provided by FW Candy Cane at 6.5% this gives a strong Peppermint as well as a hard candy like mouthfeel.
VT Vanilla Cream at just 0.5% is enough to add a little vanilla and some cream that I taste from a Humbug.
Finally FLV Marshmallow Vanilla adds a little more vanilla and works with the FW Candy Cane to enhance the mouthfeel a little more to give a nice thick and full mouthfeel just like a mouthfull of a Humbug as well as a slight 'chew' like the centre of a humbug if you are the type that crunches these up.
This is sweet enough without the Super Sweet for me so if you don't use sweetener in your juices feel free to leave off if you have a sweet tooth add it in at 0.25% to boost the sweetness a little for more of sweet tooth satsifying vape.
Everton Mint version of this coming soon