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There were so few things to improve this recipe, but the topnote should taste like a Pomelo, here plays the Purilium Pomelo the main role and SSA Grapefruit pushes the requested high notes and provides a better representation of the to be expected bitterness. FA Meringue mellows this flavors realy into the sour gummy. Enjoy!

I selected this profile also as a homage to Graham in order to emphasize what he meant to the community.

The original recipe is a collaborative creation by DEVELOPED: NaChef, Max Savage, Graham, and Folkart.
This recipe was suggested by Kevin Arrowood. He suggested making a grapefruit top note profile and this was the result, a Grapefruit Sour Gummy. Full flavor notes on DEVELOPED Episode 43 at .

Champagne Blood Orange Crème Brûlée screams for many Valentine's Day. That seems to be a popular dessert, from the vibrant and slightly bitter red blood orange to the bubbly in a rich creme brulee!

That was the starting point to recreate this as an enjoyable vape.
First recipes with a combination of the INW Cream Brulee and Custard didn't provide enough room for the champagne. The idea of a 1-2-3 recipe came to my mind after putting the recipe to rest for several weeks.

The VTA Blood Orange Champagne combines an artificial mediocre blood orange with delicious bubbly champagne. The champagne has the right level of the body, sweetness, and high notes to sit tastefully on a Creme Brulee.
FW Blood Orange at 1% completes the fruit with the right hint of bitterness and bends the blood orange of VTA in the right direction.
For the Cream Brulee, less is more and 2% bring the right balance to the mix.



A Blood Orange Sour Bourbon is exactly what I was longing for these hot days. This was the starting point to recreate this as an enjoyable vape.

FW Blood Orange brings the full fruit with the right strong bitterness to it but was on its own a bit overwhelming in providing the Blood Orange as the main note in a reasonable percentage to stand the other flavors. Adding FA Blood Orange in a 2:1 ratio helped in that direction.

For the Sour, I had a look on several bartender blogs and found multiple ratios of Lime or Lemon with straight sugar syrup. The TPA Key Lime with the CAP Super Sweet does the trick in the mix and complements the Blood Orange main note nicely.

The Bourbon was with a mix of TPA Kentucky Bourbon and FLV Bourbon a solid well-known combination to start with. The TPA Toasted Marshmallow added a hint of smoky notes with the advantage of really mellowing all the flavors together and increasing the mouthfeel.



This recipe is shared for the Developed Assignment challenge, 2 flavor bangers.

TPA Dragonfruit is not a representation of a real dragonfruit but has some nice sour, fruity and very refreshing elements. Very often just for the use of its blending capabilities in a mix, it is here in the driver seat for a refreshing summer vape. 7% is bold and you will be surprised that it works so nice at this percentage.

TPA Rose Candy is a rose candy, which easily takes over any mix and resembles grandmas perfume. I have seen it functioning in some Melon mix variations of the Madrina flavor profile. This is how it ended up in my flavor stash since I love a good melon vape. I knew this had to be part of my Love Potion no.9 and it needed to grow on me until I was ready to push it up to 2.5%.

What's happening in the mix? Off the shake, it is flowery and very rose dominant but already enjoyable. After a day the TPA dragonfruit embraces the rose, staying refreshing but sweeter since blending in with the candy element of the rose candy. After two more days, I don't get any more changes and it is wonderful.

Here below find some variations, I think with the TPA Bavarian Cream and TPA Vanilla Swirl it gets a little smoother but also complex.

Your love is sweeter? Add some sweetener as per your liking.

More a cold-hearted type? Add your favorite cooling agent.

Always love it smoother? 2% TPA Vanilla Swirl and 1% TPA Bavarian Cream will do the trick.



After a night with Coop's Kiwi Bourbon and Viva La Cola this frog was so wasted. A sip here, a mouthful there, delicious...

A big thank you to Fresh and Friends for dropping a little side note in their show how nice Root Beer and Banana Cream work together. I wasn't able to get that idea out of my head. And ID10-T repeatedly mentioning how delicious Coop's Kiwi Bourbon is. This already planted a love for FA Kiwi.
WIth the pieces of the puzzle laid out so clear, even I could picture it.

If you're less a fan of Wintergreen and like it a little more sweet try it with 0.7% Root Beer and bump up Kiwi to 3.5%. It's still delicious and has most of the vibe.

Just a moment. Five measures of Vanilla Custard, one and half measures of French Vanilla II, three measures of Lemon Lime. Shake it very well until it's ice-cold, then add a large thin slice of lemon peel. Got it?

Shaken not stirred is a refreshing custard with lime. That’s not the in the middle of your face custard but one with the right finesse as well as a good presence.

For the custard I wanted a bright not eggy but dense custard base. CAP Vanilla Custard and TPA French Vanilla II form this base which is hold together nicely with the Ethyl Maltol. The hint of the Ethyl Vanillin gives it just the extra edge to provide some additional subtlety.

The CAP Lemon Lime brings the Lime and extra sweetness to the mix. At 3% it could not fully stand the custard, so it needed a little help from CAP Super Sweet instead of bringing the percentage up. Additional Key Lime did not help holding the French Vanilla II under control which did initially not work to well together with the Lemon Lime. After many variations I tried TPA Key Lime Pie and it helped to close the gap from to the Lemon Lime and it hold the French Vanilla in place where it should stay. Also here a little goes a long way.

I am a long steeper when it comes to my mixes and personally do double the steeping time I recommend, so sometimes you have to give the mix some extra time since this is not an exact science.



I really wanted my WF African Horned Cucumber to get a central place in my recipe.

Unfortunately this is on the first impression not an easy flavor to work with. The fruits taste has been compared to a combination of banana and passionfruit as I learned from Wikipedia. Other sources describe it as a combination of banana, cucumber and lime. Learning this I saw that as a gemstone looking to be polished.

So let's bring that fruit to shine by adding some WF Passionfruit to it. A nice inhale with the right percentage and not a throat killer as some of the other passionfruit of other flavor brands seems to be the right start.

With WF Soursop I was able to highlight the sourness of the unexposed but noticeable present lime in the body. This supports really the juice element of the mix.

The WF Tangerine takes over on the exhale, just slightly noticeable. This is a really great flavor to work with since it works always well in the background. Adding it carries the citrusy lime exhale to a joyful finish.

I hope you enjoy this refreshing summer vape.


This is a nice melon glazed donut. The kind you like even in summertime since the melon juice in the glazing plays well together with the vanilla custard.

Cookie and Zeppola form the backbone of the recipe. This is the type of donut Grandma made. She carefully enhanced it with some homemade custard. CAP‘s vanilla custard plays it’s strength in providing a nice non dominant moisture to the donut while being nicely present in the background.

Cantaloupe plays generally well with Meringue and provides here the glazing for the donut. CAP Cantaloupe has a nice sweetness in the flavor profile which supports that function very well. If you only want a slight hint of cantaloupe in the glazing you can reduce the percentage to 4%. At 5% the cantaloupe is more dominant while still letting you taste the donut.


Like all good flavor stories also this starts with a hunt for something. In my case this was the hunt for a clone of Chewberry from Cosmic Fog. I am still on that hunt but I got an unforeseen turning here. Stuck in an initial phase of passionfruit and strawberry it stopped after version 3 or 4 and waited to be rediscovered.

Some months later and thanks to the fact of English not being my mother tongue I accidentally ordered instead of woodruff wintergreen.

This story could have ended badly with an unused flavor dying the death of losing flavor over the years unused in a sealed bottle. But this time I was trying to get some use out of it just not to pile up unused flavors. The first hint I found was using wintergreen instead of menthol or mint for some freshness in a mix. Not a bad use for the flavor, but I don't vape enough menthol to really use wintergreen to a sufficient amount.

The rescue came in the form of a reddit post, which I can unfortunately not find anymore – otherwise I would mention the honorable user here for bringing me ahead. This was one of these hidden gems in a two lines answer, it mentioned that before orange and wintergreen came up passionfruit and wintergreen were the base for a good chewing gum. Eureka, the missing link was found. I continued the hunt for a clone of Chewberry from Cosmic Fog. The strawberry, passionfruit and wintergreen didn’t blend well together, so I used a little help from dragon fruit, loved and feared flavor - or shall I say additive - for its capability to bend flavors in a connection. A few improvements have been made, but the dragon fruit was not the solution for the chewberry clone. I was stuck again after a few versions, the chewberry could be seen as the first form what it shall be, but immature, only a shade of the original e-juice.

This story could have ended badly again, luckily I remixed a clone of Noms X2 and the jackfruit, another rescue candidate ordered to reach the free shipping amount, was kissed to be a prince alongside the cactus. Jackfruit, what a delicious juicy tropical flavor it is. Why did I oversee this treasure for so long? How does the jackfruit looks like, what is it used for, maybe I have eaten it not knowing the English name. And then just public knowledge - not of a hidden vaping community but just general easy accessible knowledge- telling me that jackfruit is supposed to be with the isoamyl acetate the flavor of the famous Juicy Fruit chewing gum.

Wrigley’s Field is just around the corner; my home in Chicago called my inner me to make the Juicy Fruit recipe. Not that this was my initial target but became my destiny when I recalled that I already had a chewing gum base in a mature state from the Chewberry variation.

TFA Passion fruit and TFA Wintergreen form the base of the chewing gum. It’s personal taste that I stayed with passion fruit and didn’t use an orange flavor, but feel free to substitute the passion fruit if you like with any useful orange flavor in your stash.

TFA Jackfruit is the full body, the juiciness and the fruitiness of the recipe. If you can’t wait for me to finish my remix of the Chewberry take strawberry and enjoy a total different chewing gum.

The flavor notes could normally end here, but since you already did read until this point and I promise not to annoy you with many percentage variations. We come to the last part of making this recipe taste great: the blending and bending of the ingredients. Wintergreen, passionfruit and jackfruit already make the chewing gum a juicy fruit chewing gum. But the dragon fruit just gets them together and adds a little bit extra juiciness to it.

Every journey has a first step. Every saga has a beginning. Every recipe has a first flavor.

I hope you enjoy mixing the recipe!
Please leave a comment and rating when you do so.

User: SteveTC Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
This is my Go-to SNV. Unfortunately it fades quite fast, but freshly of the shake and the following days it’s delicious.
User: SteveTC Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
This is such a delicious recipe. How could I miss it for so long. I am not a fan for Bourbon Vapes nor do I like toasted Marshmallow but this with the FA Kiwi it is magical good and extraordinary.
User: SteveTC Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
After trying Coop's Kiwi Bourbon, I also had to try this. For its simplicity it’s also extraordinary good.
User: SteveTC Score: 3 Entered: 24 days ago
The deep blue raspberry is nicely real blue but lacks quite some body. It’s tasting not as sweet as it sounds and I consider that an advantage. This recipe has the potential to shine with a little work.
User: SteveTC Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
It may be an elder recipe but it still has all the magic. It has a unique balanced quality of the bold and delicious ice cream and the refreshing pineapple. It’s the first time I use FLV Basil and I am impressed.
User: SteveTC Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
Reposting my original review from ELR of January 2020: What a great recipe of Max Savage. I would give a 6 or 7 stars for it. I really looked forward to do this recipe, since it was in the DIYORDIE 2018 recipes of the year and sounded great to me. Since I didn't had most of the flavors, actually only cactus, I was initially a little bit hesitant ordering all, but I didn’t regret it. I mixed a little bottle yesterday and got the original All day IPA from founders and I tell you Max Savage was the winner with the recipe. It is a real Shack and Vape and tastes great a few minutes after mixing it, with just a normal good shake by hand. I knew it already when adding the Pink Guava, that this will be great. Smelling the ejuice which really smells like a nice IPA as well as vaping it is just a joy. Only think which prevents me from making this my ADV is that it feels somehow strange starting in the morning with an IPA. But for sure it will be my new EEV(every evening vape).
User: SteveTC Score: 4 Entered: about 1 month ago
This is a cereal, dry und dusty. Just like cereals out of the box. Incredible dry and not very enjoyable, but as described. As a base with 0.5% FLV Milk it shows it’s potential, based on that it gets a ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️.
User: SteveTC Score: 5 Entered: 6 months ago
This is a wonderful crepe, you brought it to the point with the Butter Tart! I used it with my own raspberry combination. But I liked the idea to cream it up with a little bit. I used Bavarian cream and it turned out nice. Thank you for sharing!
User: SteveTC Score: 5 Entered: 2 months ago
I am impressed of that complex cigar recipe. The milk and honey and the Am4a embrace the cigar without covering it. Even if a Tobacco is not your primary choice of vape mix this up. This recipe has a lot of nuances waiting to be discovered. Thank you for sharing!
User: SteveTC Score: 5 Entered: about 1 month ago
I wasn’t quite sure, if I would really stand the 2% WS-23, but I read that it’s tolerable. And I am positively surprised. I needed a little longer steeping but after 2 weeks it is delicious for my tastebuds. For me it takes this time for the wintergreen to mellow in and find its place while the cream works the WS-23. Thank you for creating such a nice recipe!
User: SteveTC Score: 5 Entered: about 1 month ago
This is a very accurate representation of a orange creamsicle. Delicious combination of blood orange and sweet tangerine around a nice vanilla ice cream core and the right amount of WS-23 make me enjoy this very much. Thank you for sharing!
User: SteveTC Score: 5 Entered: 24 days ago
This is an interesting recipe. I don’t get the grapefruit as present as I was imagining given the description, but it’s a delicious flavor combination which provides me with a joyful vape. It’s probably my palate and my relationship to the cinnamon in the apple filling that I want to reduce the amount there a bit. The recipe is a great joy to vape and I love the flavor bending I see. Thank you for sharing it!
User: SteveTC Score: 5 Entered: 4 days ago
This recipe has everything it needs by just playing with Wonder Flavours and I like how well balanced the mix is balanced. The use of the Thai Apple is an impressive choice and brings things so well together. Thank you for sharing this recipe.
User: SteveTC Score: 5 Entered: 6 months ago
It's now 6 or 7 years since I last had a Nashi Pear, but this recipe has much if not all what I recall of it. It's a pleasant not full in your face recipe. I see the potential for an ADV. It goes for sure into my regular rotation. I am vaping already my second batch of it and that doesn't happen to too many recipes I try. And to fewer that I after the first days on the tester already mix a second batch. In general I am not a fan of floral notes, but here I see it really complementary and elementary to the mix. I maybe will try another batch with a lower amount of Honeysuckle, but it's not stopping me from enjoying it. The WF Ripe Pear is an excellent choice in the combination with the FA Pear, just wonderfull complementing each other, a nice duo. To bring all together, if you like pears don't miss to try this recipe, it's a joy to vape.
User: SteveTC Score: 5 Entered: 6 months ago
Nice and straightforward recipe. Already enjoyed it directly after mixing. Great recipe to learn about the flavors. Thank you for sharing.
User: SteveTC Score: 5 Entered: 6 months ago
This is just a great recipe. Don't miss to mix it!
User: SteveTC Score: 5 Entered: 5 months ago
This recipe is a nice representation of the purple Balisto bar filling. It is crunchy and the horned toffee reflects very nice the thick bright caramel cream I recall even it’s for sure more than 25 years I had eaten this bar. I waited 60 days, since the horned toffee really needs that time. But a solid representation of the filling. I look forward to a matching chocolate cover to it. Solid work, thank you for sharing!
User: SteveTC Score: 5 Entered: 6 months ago
I am normally not a fan of minty things, but this is surprisingly good. The percentages on paper may look a little bit high on the SSA Garden Mint, but it works very well with The MB American Bubble Gum, which is supported by the FA Forest Fruit MIx. As a result a very well balanced recipe and a joy to vape. I tried it initially without Koolada, but it provides just the little extra cooling touch allowing the Garden mint to be more part of the mix than cooling and adding more complexity to the recipe. I recommend to mix it unchanged with the above percentages. Thank you for sharing!
User: SteveTC Score: 5 Entered: 24 days ago
This is a nice complex 3 flavor recipe. I was just playing around to create a similar recipe, No need to finish that since Rugly resolved this nicely. Don’t be afraid of the simplicity, this is very balanced and enjoyable!
User: SteveTC Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
Pink Guava, Root Beer and Milk & Honey create an impressiv delicious combination. The Smooth Vanilla holds this nice in Balance. I regret that I only mixed a 10 ml tester and have already the second batch in work.
User: SteveTC Score: 5 Entered: about 2 months ago
I personally like this mix after 3 days, which means it should be a nice SNV for most of the people since I am a long steeper. The magic of this recipe is in the sensation that it changes while vaping it and I get so many nuances of the recipe. Pear forward, boozy, a mix of both, another nuance of a pear other booze. I personally would take the FLV Pearesto a hint down, but that’s no showstopper for such a great recipe. Thank you for your hard work to bring this recipe to us, Tom Kailyx! Update: with my third and bigger batch I think the Pearesto is right falling into place after 7 days for me. Still loving it!
User: SteveTC Score: 5 Entered: about 2 months ago
Wow, great of the shake. It’s such a nice flavor combination. If you like Pink Guava you have to try this!
User: SteveTC Score: 5 Entered: about 2 months ago
Nothing better than a small refreshing Italian hard candy. I am enjoying this flavorbanger.
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