Rich whiskey with ripe juicy berries and a light but complex chocolate finish.
Everyone got into manly vapes. This is sort of manly, right? The FLV Bourbon starts you off with a hit of charred oak, the FA Whisky brings smooth volume to the booze and then you've got dark juicy berries and a subtle chocolate finish. Give it a week to steep, though. There's a lot of fermented and sharp flavors that have to come together.
The FLV Lemograss bridges the whisky, berries, and chocolate... but it's an oddball flavor at a low percentage and probably isn't vital. I use HS Australian Chocolate, but it can be subbed for a relatively low percentage of any of your favorite darker chocolate or even coffee concentrates. The White Chocolate is there for sweetness and body, but you could probably sub for anything fluffy and creamy. Cap Vanilla Whipped Cream? Sure. TFA Bavarian Cream? Why the fuck not. I'd say the FLV Bourbon is essential, although you might be able to get by with some FA Oakwood.
Something Rainbow Sherbet-ish but really fruit forward. Manages to be bright without being harsh. Heavily indebted to the homerian epic that was CaptainCannibal trying to clone Shurb. Give it some time to let the citrus settle in and the fruits to blend. The INW natural mint makes this juice, so if you sub use something that has a more realistic mint profile. INW Mix mint would probably be my second choice here.
Cactus and Blueberry? It's more of a feeling than a flavor. One of my favorites, but has no actual flavor reference point. The cactus, bilberry, and banana play off each other really nice and then the dragonfruit adds sweetness and smooths the entire thing into one cohesive flavor. It's Smooth, Floral, and a just a bit sweet. I mix at 75% VG. You can shake and vape, but 3 days mellows the cactus out and lets everything homogenize.
From @Queuetue : I find boston rounds to be the very best bottles for mixing and temporary storage. I use them for my VG and PG as well as on the scale while I'm making a mix. With a top that's easy to fill, easy to cap and with minimal access to air, I keep a bunch on hand for unflavored base, or whatever project I may be up to for handy, quick access.
The tip is small enough to use with most top-fill RTAs or RDAs as well.