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It's a Kiwi, Nectarine, Dragonfruit, Pear frankenvape ... Delicious though. Use sweetener of your choice and coolant if you wish! I slayed 60ml of this stuff in a day and a half directly after an overnight steep.

Sagamore REMIX... again.

Sagamore by Adirondack vapors (along with their delicious chai flavored McKinley or Saratoga, their rendition on the tried and true strawberries and cream) was the stuff that got me off of smokes when I got my first vape. Since I've gotten into DIY, I've been cloning and remixing these 3 often. Sagamore is simply a RY4 with a bit of cupcake, creams, cinnamon, maybe graham cracker. In this remix, I forego the cracker, the extra creams, and the obvious choices like TFA RY4 Double, CAP CDS, or CAP Vanilla Cupcake. Instead, I went in a different direction but aimed to keep it simple. Think I struck gold. A thick, smooth caramel, touch of tobacco that cuts through all the heft, a nice cakey base to build it all upon, with a hint of that good ol' cinnamon tickle.

This one's solid, cost effective, and easily an ADV or big-batch worthy. Give it a go :)

juicy, syrupy sweet berries with a touch of wild mint. Not trying to reinvent the wheel here, berries and mint has been done plenty times before. Just put together a quick mix and it turned out to be a great SNV, so went public with it :)

I don't remember much from childhood. I think I simply killed off many of those brain cells in my delinquent adolescence, but I do have one fond memory that I doubt I'll ever forget.

I remember I was maybe 3 or 4, in pre-school, and my dad had been working odd hours all week so we had barely seen each other at home. This particular day, he didn't have to go in. My mom typically took me to school, but this time my dad offered -- except when we make it to the school, he simply keeps driving his 70s Ford Explorer straight past the drop off area. Confused, I ask him where we're going and he smiles while answering "we're playing hookie!" I'd never heard the term, so that didn't help relieve my confusion at all, but it sounded fun so I went with it.

We went and got some cheap McDonalds pancakes, played some minigolf, and saw a movie for the day.

With the story of quality time spent doing goofy shit with a loving father as inspiration, I'm submitting this as my entry to December's mixers club theme. The theme this month (and last?) is telling a story, and this just felt like the right thing to share. This is a simple, fast food pancake & maple syrup. How about some recipe notes?

FW Waffle + CAP VCC + PUR Cookie + FLV Cupcake batter: This is the pancake. FW waffle does a pretty good job as the foundation here, but to myself and most others it's just not cakey enough. That's where Van Cupcake comes in, except VCC is pretty hefty on the palette and has a strong icing kinda vibe to me for some reason. So I kept it low and helped mellow out some of it's heavy vanilla and icing notes with FLV cupcake batter. Add some soft crumble with PUR Cookie, chose this over FA cookie as it's a bit softer of a cookie IMO.

FA Butterscotch + FA Maple Syrup: These sort of team up with the nice maple notes in FW Waffle to provide a great gooey, buttery syrup without being overpoweringly MAPLE.

FA Joy + CAP LMP: Bit of a twist. My dad nowadays likes to cook his pancakes with a bit of lemon juice in the batter for some sweet zing and almost fries them so they have a really nice crispy ring around the edges. So I tried to include those notes in this, still unsure if they're coming through but I feel like I taste some fried stuff and soft lemon in the background somewhere occasionally.

OFFNOTES: As a certain reddit flavor review put it, FW Waffle can taste like you're just licking a hot iron. I tried to keep it at a respectable but low enough range to avoid this but sometimes I still get a hint of it. If you like slightly burnt pancakes from a cast iron pan, it may not bother you though. Hoping that with time a long steep will help the syrup and cakes blossom enough to cover it up.

Bananas Foster topped with a bourbon caramel drizzle, toasty buttered pecans, and a melty scoop of vanilla ice cream.

Mixed for more restricted direct lung RTAs, but it's good in everything.


TFA Bananas Foster + Banana Cream = the dream team. Seriously the best. Super smooth & gooey banana with some caramelization and slight bready notes.

FW Caramel Cinn Roll + Kentucky Bourbon = FW CCR is amazing. It's got one of the best caramel bakery flavors out there, super sweet and gooey caramel with a nice fluffy cinnamon roll underneath it. The Kentucky bourbon on its own is rather syrupy too, so adds to that thickness and leaves a bit of that astringent boozy aftertaste to the caramel, definitely pokes through the heaviness of the rest of the recipe too. Quite delicious.

INW Custard does two things for the recipe: Thickens up that mouthfeel but also brings some of that eggy french toast vibe to the bananas foster base we're building on. I opt for less creamy and more buttery/eggy custards in my bakeries because of this. TFA Van Cust wouldn't be too bad here either and would likely blend well with the TFA base. INW just steeps quicker.

PUR Butter Pecan = It's a decent flavor. Just wanted some more malty buttery notes and some nuttiness. FW would be a good replacement but I wanted to mess with some Purilum stuff to see if they'd hold up. Not super upfront but I still think it has its place here.

A Camel Turkish Jade inspired mix, intended for a short-steep & MTL vape (Kayfun Prime for me specifically).

When you need a nice bacco vape quick, hangsen and FLV seem to be the ones to go for. I was considering HS Arabic but didn't want the fruity notes so much as just a camel-ish tobacco blend.

Opted for HS Turkish combined with a bit of FLV Oriental for a decently dynamic, leafy/spicy base to build around. FLV CC is bringing some of that ash note and adding a touch of a burley note to liven up the tobacco mix. A dash of menthol arctic and ws-23 for that nice mentholated effect. S'camel is simply an additive that brings some Ethyl Maltol and Acetyl Pyrazine here to subtly sweeten, soften, and add a touch of nutty/graininess to the recipe.

Threw some shit together, wanted a nice warm vanilla and spicy tobacco to toss in the Kayfun Prime for the day. Semi-sweet, dry, and leaves that nice little nose tickle that I love. AP @ 1 drop per 15ml. This is mixed for MTL atomizers.

As a SNV, vapes pretty well! Will modify/add notes as it steeps.

A golden Turkish tobacco, with undertones of classic Eurasian spice and subtle dried fruits. This time with some adjustments in consideration of feedback.

INW Gold For Pipe - Using this as the primary base, nice light blend of tobaccos with slight sticky sweetness. Some notes from ELR mentioned citrus notes but it's pretty indiscernible for me personally, just adds to the slight fruity undertones here.

INW Gold Ducat (reformulated version) - Mellower than the old one IMO, but still a moderately dense body that adds some dimension to the vape, brings some smokiness and spice with dry fruit notes.

INW TA Oriental - Taking CBV's recommendation to use only one of the INW orientals, opted for the TA and bumping it up from 0.75 to 1.5% EDIT: bumped to 2%. Fuck it bud I'm just gunna send it.

It's supposed to be a strawberry wafer. I've been mixing for RTAs recently, so this is made to be used in a single coil RTA (I use a HotCig Centaur). Sub FA cookie in for PUR Cookie if you want, I just ran out.

I like using FA Torrone and Marzipan in lighter cookie recipes because the nougat and slight nutty notes they bring definitely help add a bit of a crunch/snap no matter how light your cookie base is. Here, my cookie base is PUR Cookie (FA Cookie is also an excellent one to use, probably my favorite for any wafer profile) and TFA Graham Cracker. I went with the tried and true TFA Strawberry + Strawb Ripe combo, even though it's difficult for me to taste sometimes. It's just a good strawberry flavor. In order to help keep it apparent in the mix I kept everything else low. Dragonfruit is simply there for its emulsifying properties and to help the strawberry from disappearing on me. I debated using Toasted Marshmallow because I didn't want to introduce too much EM into the mix but it's almost necessary to keep a nice airy wafer profile and fluff up that filling. FA Vienna Cream is also fantastic if you're after a nice fluffy cream filling.

Honestly it's vapeable after about 7-10 days, but for some reason I can't taste strawberries for shit unless they steep for like a month. After about 3 weeks it comes together perfectly and the strawberries and creams turn into that gooey strawberry cream inside of a wafer.

It's a profile that's been done a million times over but nothing ever really hit the spot for me. Although in the ballpark, this still isn't 100% what I want. But that could just be down to how difficult it is for me to taste strawberries.


As close to a SNV RY4 custard as I can get. Ham-handed with percentages but it is meant for RTA use (billow 2.5 personally).

FLV Tatanka is REALLY good SNV, sort of a sweet chewy leathery quality to it along with some honey-ish sweetness. I love this stuff. FLV Connecticut Shade is added to just darken it up a bit, bringing a nice coffee/cocoa note. JF RY4 Double is a solid base to work around for the caramel/molasses notes but it's not as monotone as TFA and IMO works well at accenting other dessert baccos.

INW Custard because it doesn't require much steeping and a bit of TFA Bavarian Cream to smooth out some edges.

EDIT: halved RY4D, dropped Tatanka by 0.5%, switched FLV Red Burley for Connecticut Shade and upped to 1.5%. Original mix developed a very strong raisin note after a month steep, presumably from both the tatanka and ry4d (both have a bit of a fruity note to me), which were pretty high strength. In retrospect, I wanted to keep the flavor of Tatanka but just wanted that ry4 there to emulsify everything, so modifications have been made to achieve that.

User: amouthforwar Score: 4 Entered: about 3 years ago
Really good mix, light and well-balanced for the most part but I personally can't handle CAP Lemon Lime in a lot of mixes. It just tastes too much like flat sprite to me and I notice it above all over flavors for some reason. That said, the overall profile is tasty as hell and it is a really nice summer time vape for those of us who still like a bit of bakery but want something light enough to toot on all day. Solid 4/5 but I would personally find an alternative to CAP Lemon Lime (then again I've never tried the original)
User: amouthforwar Score: 4 Entered: about 3 years ago
I'm gunna agree with Loonicorn's review here in that the bready part of the profile is a bit more dry like a cupcake rather than a thick muffin. But overall the vape is great. I've discussed with ID1OT before that I think the use of cake batter is crucial to the gooeyness of a good muffin, so definitely hit that note right. But I think maybe a bit of custard or poundcake would have really helped solidify the recipe.
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: about 3 years ago
Just delicious. The milk base here is pretty perfect, adds the right amount of sugary silkiness to the cereal notes. Skillful mix, dying to try some of your other cereal recipes!
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: about 3 years ago
It's a delicious vape! I've let it steep for about 3.5 weeks before cracking it open and the custards are super delicious paired together. Nice sweet caramel and butter pecan top notes I just can't get enough of, and a good pie crust undertone. Maybe it was just the batch I got but my TFA Pie Crust does give me an odd burnt/overly toasted flavor but it's not enough to detract from the rest of the mix here. 5/5!
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: about 3 years ago
Super good mix!!! The banana cream is delicious here, super soft blanketing banana over a sweet graham crust that really punches through at the end of the vape. I made a 60ml of this and blew threw it in 2 days dude. Delicious.
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: about 3 years ago
Knocked this one out of the f**king park dude. Suuuuper subtle vape but it's so damn smooth and none of the notes are lost even at such a small overall %. I tried this with a bit of FA Black Cherry in a second batch to mimic the profile a juice I saw zophievapes mention in her recent vids, at a tiny percent I don't get much of any medicinal cherry flavor as it's blanketed perfectly by the citrus and tea here. Killer recipe that's surprisingly flexible!
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: about 3 years ago
Super simple, stellar vape. INW grape was a great choice and I think is probably the swiss army knife of grapes IMO. Usage of Fuji and Cactus are at the perfect amounts to add that juiciness and a bit of snap to the grape. Didn't notice any flavor from the fresh cream, but it did add a nice silky smooth note to the whole thing. Can't stop vaping this mix! Perfect for summer.
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: about 3 years ago
I didn't even bother with a tester. I knew this mix was going to be fire and made a 120ml off the bat. No qualms at all. Excellent custard base, great usage of the new FA Juicy Strawberry. A lot of strawberry mixes I can't taste but I think the thickness of the custard base really lets it shine here and it's delicious. The biscuit does have a nice snap at the end of the vape too, the crunch is definitely there. Definitely an ADV now.
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
Couldn't wait the full 10 days to vape on it, but even after 5-6 days it's solid. Smooth as hell, simple to mix, and just tasty. For dessert tobacco lovers that don't mind the sweetness, this is a good mix to have on hand. Gold for Pipe + Gold Ducat is an excellent combination!
User: amouthforwar Score: 4 Entered: almost 3 years ago
Exceptional mix :) It's a unique one that's for sure, can sometimes be dangerous territory but this came out fantastic! It's light, creamy but not heavy, nice tart raspberry, subtle tea, and classic chai spice without being overpowering. Fantastic mix, although a bit too light for my tastes (at least SNV, I'm sure the steep will do it well) and personally would have preferred a more syrupy/jammy raspberry. Delicious nonetheless, and a batch with a touch of coolant (koolada + ws-23 @ 0.5% each) turned out fantastic for a nice iced raspberry chai. It is summertime afterall :)
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
Really clever, unique mix. FA Black Fire can be a little unwieldy because it's hickory-ish smoke notes are just so damn strong but it pairs so excellently with the Dark for Pipe and Kentucky Bourbon here. As with everything else I've tried from you so far CBV, it's smooth as hell for a dark, rich, ashy tobacco. Unlike anything I've had, and I can't put it down!
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
I really can't describe this mix any better than CBV's own description and the other reviews, but I can affirm that it's just a fucking awesome vape. For 3 flavors at barely 5% total, it's rich with vivid layers to it. It's dirty but not like a nasty half-smoked, resume-the-next-day cigarette. Black for Pipe has those signature dark & full tobacco notes balanced with the smoother medium body of the TA Cuban. When it all comes together I get this almost cologne-esque cigar aroma that just fits the bill so perfectly after reading up on the history of this name.
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
Holy hell this is great for such a simple recipe. Just testing this right off the shake, you were completely right about the deceiving percentages. You did an excellent job using salted caramel and butter pecan to bolster those notes in the Tatanka. This really does taste like a bold, nutty, caramelized tobacco, right down to the chewiness aspect. It's delicious SNV, hopefully I can leave it alone long enough to see how it ages but I know this is a good mix right off the bat. Great work!
User: amouthforwar Score: 4 Entered: almost 3 years ago
Had to purchase pretty much everything in this recipe specifically to mix this up. God damn am I glad I did. Abuela's just so incredibly balanced in all aspects, it's an insanely smooth and flavorful vape. But something is clashing between the mango and tobaccos. It's sort of a musty soapy note that I can't quite shake and it ruins the ADV ability of the juice for me. First few drips/first tankful? delicious. 2nd or 3rd? straight must for me.
User: amouthforwar Score: 2 Entered: almost 3 years ago
Honestly man, this is just way too much EM. It mutes the shit out of the mix for me. 2% cotton candy seems insane IMO, on top of how light and fickle Strawberry ripe already is, I just didn't get any flavor whatsoever out of the juice. If you want a denser strawberry flavor, I'd suggest JF Sweet Strawberry or FA Red Touch instead of Strawberry Ripe, and replace EM/Cotton Candy with a bit of INW Cactus or INW Cactus Lime to add some juiciness, maybe a sucralose/stevia based sweetener like FW sweetener or CAP super sweet instead of ethyl maltol. I was in a bit of a pinch and just wanted some strawberries, but on a triple core clapton in a hadaly at 40w or massive series build in a kennedy 25 at 100w I barely tasted any strawberry at all. If it works for you, I can't knock it! But I think there's ways to improve upon this profile.
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
I'm gunna have to give you the 5 stars here dude, this is just a good fuckin' vape. Exactly as you described, it's a warm vanilla bourbon that blankets your mouth on the inhale and a beautifully subtle spearmint that lingers on the tip of your tongue on the exhale with a touch of that syrupy sweetness to meld it all together. Smells great in the bottle, tastes even better. I did go a little light on the sweeteners personally. Could do with a hint of lime IMO but this is an easy ADV for me. Thank you for sharing!
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
As always CBV, I don't know how the hell you do it but it's delicious. In my experience, woody notes are hard to balance but you use the Oak Wood in here so perfectly. It compliments the earthiness and spice of the native incredibly well but also serves to sort of add some ever-so-slightly darker notes to a really authentic light and naturally sweet mix of tobaccos. Fantastic mix that I can vape for days on end.
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
For the sake of getting a review in before my sub is gone, tested at 13 days. Nice smooth and full-flavored vape but even at 0.25% the coconut extra is sticking out like a sore thumb for me personally. Just feels a bit odd amongst the rest of the profile, and wondering the reason behind it's inclusion just out of curiosity. I'm sure to others' palettes it's not so strong though. Still, delicious tobacco profile with the hint of honey and bourbon is tasty as fuck. It's not overly sweet by any means but it hits that sweet tooth perfectly and nothing about the vape leaves me wanting something more.
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Tested at day 1 and day 7 so far, great vape regardless of the steep time. tobaccos definitely get richer as it ages. I don't get much nuttiness but the tobacco mix here is solid as hell, subtly sweet, nice rich leafyness from the burley, hint of spicy tobacco from the Native and dried fruits underneath it all. Great smooth mix. Coming back to it after the recommended steep time yields something incredible. It's a deliciously dry cigarish vape with a hint of coffee or cocoa and some really subtle dark fruitiness from the am4a. Fantastic job!
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
Slightly early review at 8 days, but first drip was tasty enough to see where the mix is headed. This was basically my intro to HS tobaccos. Color me impressed. HS Arabic and Turkish together give an AWESOME base blend of mellow flavorful tobacco, I do get a bit of spice from the Elder Captain but not as strong as I was expecting. It's tasteful. Same with the fig notes. It's not in my face but I can taste it and it all ties together well. Where I'm really digging this is the nuttiness. I do get the almond notes but it's not as overpoweringly nutty as many other "nutty" tobaccos are (555 gold just gives me straight peanuts for instance). It's a really delicious well thought out tobacco vape that's easy to vape for a long time. I'd probably enjoy it with a bit more Elder Captain for the spice notes. For me, I really like my turkish/arabic baccos nice and spicy.
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
ONE CAVEAT HERE: I ran out of FW bb in the middle of making this but was still around 4-5%, just covered it with a tiiiiny bit more TFA bb extra and it came out great. This is an amazing SNV and I'm excited to see how it ages for the recommended steep time. I appreciate that it's all stuff most folks would have, not exotic branded concentrates. Nice plump blueberry base with no weirdness, little zing and emulsification from the dragonfruit, blended with a really nice malty cream base. Served up ICE COLD, just the way I was hoping. Fantastic summertime mix, knocked it out of the park here.
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
I don't have OOO CMU, so i used a touch of FA Fresh Cream as it's the closest milky, plain cream I've got. This is a great mix with a very unique flavor to it. Nice and tart berry blended with a tried and true VBIC. Ice cold, just how I like it. I've not yet vaped anything where blackcurrant was the main note so this threw me for a bit of a loop but it is delicious and I'm craving more!
User: amouthforwar Score: 4 Entered: almost 3 years ago
We've already talked elsewhere about how I don't really vibe with peanut butters much, but figured I owed you a review on the recipe. This is the first PB vape I could actually taste (beyond Apothecary's Elixir 08) and it's fantastic. Creamy, sweet, with a slight graininess to remind you its peanut butter. That bourbon note was a nice touch and adds a neat nuance to the flavor and some enjoyable warmth. Still not a huge fan of PBs overall, but I've had this loaded up in my billow for the past week and keep coming back to it. Nice job!
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
Yup. one of the best damn mixed fruit vapes I've ever had. Hands down. I took your advice and cut down the coconut by maybe just 0.15% or so, still comes through very clearly in the mix though, and it's delicious. All the fruit blend together seamlessly, but that candy watermelon really shines backed up by that smooth coconut. Literally can't even find any offnote to nitpick, it's just a really enjoyable vape that I keep craving whenever I switch to something else.
User: amouthforwar Score: 4 Entered: almost 3 years ago
IMO I think it needs an actual nut flavor (some sort of hazelnut or almond would be good, I use PUR Vanilla Nut Brittle) and a little less AP. The version I made with 0.5% AP still gives me a salty fritos vibe underneath the nice creamy banana and biscuit/graham cracker. Beyond that, it's a good mix and I can't stop vaping it!
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Yep. It's good. Literally perfect if you're low on juice and need some custard in ya mouf
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Thought I had left a review for this a while back. When I first mixed it I slaughtered a 30ml in 2-3 days (on a kayfun mind you, so pretty damn fast). Stuff's good. Like Ebc said, I don't get much licorice, maybe a touch of anise but the overall mix is pretty fruity in a really dark and smoky way, so instead of coming out like licorice I get a really nice anise mixed with almost black currant kinda raisin note. I'm terrible at describing what I experience, but it's a really good dark and rich vape with a touch of zing from the black jack and black for pipe, a nice semi-gooey sweetness from the gold for pipe, which also gives it a nice mouthfeel. the Garuda really ties it all together and brings it back to leafy tobacco territory. None of these flavorings are overly ashy in their own right, maybe black for pipe being the smokiest of the 4, but tied together they really bring that smoky casino vibe in full force. Fantastic work, dude. This and 3 cities will forever be in my MTL rotation.
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Planned to review this a long time ago, but this is a stellar mix. Your usage of Id1ot's strawberry trinity is fantastic here, and oddly enough in my experience heavy profiles like donuts and custards amplify strawberry more than any other, so you get a really upfront strawberry profile here that I personally haven't even been able to recreate in other mixes. None of them have tasted as sweet, gooey, and tart as this. The donut base is great, sometimes a bit doughy depending on the atty, but that's not unwelcome. Delicious stuff, I love it. My girlfriend loves it. So thank you :)
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
I personally like it more than Abuela. It's simple, but still offers a nice unique moreish twist (The Elder Captain I'm guessing). Love it!
User: amouthforwar Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
I'm piggy-backing off @HarvestMoon here, SNV is fucking phenomenal. Insanely smooth and lush. I literally said "holy shit" before I could even exhale my first puff of this stuff. Gotta give some credit to the folks who made the retail juice for designing an excellent profile, but for a DIY remix you hit this one out of the ballpark and then some @Mathematical. Stellar mix here, can't wait to see how it steeps, if it lasts that long :) Would love to see you do a mix with mostly the same components but with the nectarine. Bet it would be awesome if you could find the right nectarine concentrate to fit, but I trust your judgment after this one.
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