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First mix of an alternate version using more modern flavours, dropping the cotton candy, using sour flavours vs. sour additives. Still the same concept but is so far a big improvement while staying true to the profile.

Add Super Sweet 0.5-1% to your liking, adjust the -23 and drop the sour lemon slightly if you prefer. I like it like this, lemon forward, bit of a fizz, a more complete raspberry, more saturation with less total flavour percentage. Let me know what you think, especially if you mixed the first one up. Side by side, I like this one at least 5x better! Enjoy :)

P.S. SA Framboise = Raspberry

These are two of my new favourite raspberry flavours, the WF shines through on a pod system as well

Originally mixed at a ratio of 20:80/PG:VG
Tested on a dotRDA, Quad 28g twisted, flattened wire by Badazd, ~0.2Ω, 21700 mech mod

This is the first recipe I've made that I can actually taste on my dotAIO with the dotShell installed, maybe now that thing will get some use. This is a pretty straightforward recipe and only the first version of it, feel free to play around with the %'s of those dark sweeteners and see what works, the toffee comes through quite well at 1%, I would like to see some more of that butterscotch though. I suppose it all depends on the device you use it on too. I haven't been able to taste anything on this pod, I'm more of an RDA lover myself :) Please reduce the SS if you wish, all the percentages are high because pods.


Give this a week to steep for best results. It's possible to SNV it but I think the custard really starts to fill out and combine with the darker flavours by day 5 (and the toffee settles down) TPA VC2 is top notch custard indeed!


I'm a new mixer, started in April, only just started playing with some MTL stuff and any feedback is appreciated so I can improve my mixing skills. I swore I'd never get a dotAIO but when the hype still hadn't died down I figured I'd get one for when dripping isn't practical, ya know :)

SWEET & TART LEMONS
on the inhale...
FEEL dat FIZZZZZ
and then..
EXHALE...JUICY RASPBERRIES...
and bask in the joy of a lingering sweetness...


✔︎ Ideal Steep Time: 3-5 Days

✔︎ Original Mix Ratio: VG:PG 80:20

I know, I know, there's 18.5% total flavouring here which is a lot to work with, right? And yes, I am aware of what year we are in. But you remember ID10-T's 'Viserion' (the iced blueberry?) - which has something like 19% - and yet, here you are having survived long enough to make it to here. Remember this, my good friends, before you discount this recipe.
Plus, it's 80:20 and just look at those additives... I can assure you there were many trials and countless errors along the way. This recipe would not get to see the light of day if I wasn't ok with where it's at.


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Since age 16 I have always drank sugar-free drinks whenever I can. Yes that's me, the one ordering the big mac, large fries, chocolate sundae and a diet coke. I don't have anything against sugar (anymore) but it's just one of the unnecessary habits I've kept alive over the years.

Present day now and these "limited edition" cans of "V" energy drink (Australia) appeared and I fell in love with the flavour. Yep, SUGAR AND ALL. Twenty-something grams per 250ml can in this stuff. Suddenly, it was not so important to go sugar-free.

I'm studying from home in lockdown so you see, these are like delicious little "cans of motivation" on the days when I just can't be bothered going to my zoom class for hours on end.

Point is, I'd been drinking WAY way too many of these and basically inhaling sugar by the pound so I figured, why don't I turn this into a VAPE JUICE?

And so I did.

I was experimenting and didn't think this was any good at first so I didn't note the recipe (idiot) but after a few days steep it was right on. I have tried to recreate it as best I can and this is where I'm at. Sweet-tooths (teeth(s)?) of the world, rejoice.

TL;DR: I made an energy drink vape juice


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◦ LB Pink Lemonade ◦
Is effectively the foundation of the recipe, starting us in the right direction and used as a base to work on. It has a nice "pinkness" to it (perhaps a little strawberry in there) that sits underneath the raspberries and lemons we're about to add.

◦ INW Lemons Kick ◦
It's sahhh fizzy.. Get on this! It has an amazing ability to produce the FIZZ of a carbonated drink. It has a lemonade type vibe to it which is why it's here, working as an energy drink instead of using actual "Energy Drink" flavours.

◦ CAP Juicy Lemon / TPA Sour ◦
Juicy Lemon brings the JUICY LEMON. It's perfect in recreating the lemon in the actual drink. It's too sweet to be totally realistic but too realistic to be candied and is here for its vibrant and zesty lemon flavour.

◦ TPA Raspberry (Sweet) / INW Shisha Raspberry / CAP Raspberry V2 ◦
I've mixed up the raspberries here. This is based on ID10T's raspberry trinity and I tried it but it's just not the right fit here. I used INW Shisha as I find it to be a bit more syrupy than Raspberry (Malina). I used CAP Raspberry (v2) over FA's Raz (Berryl) because it's brighter, sweeter and the FA offering was just a tad too realistic and earthy in an energy drink.

◦ CAP SS / TPA Cotton Candy (10% EM) ◦
Originally, I used FLV Sweetness but CAP is the better option here I feel. The CC seem to enhance the overall flavour saturation and lift up the raspberries a little while the SS brings the typical fizzy drink or soda-type sweetness. I ended up @ 1% SS but thought that might end up too sweet for some.

◦ WS-23 ◦
You can omit this but it seems to work better with it. I really like my WS-23 and I added it at 1.5%. I see closer to 1% or less in other recipes so I've added it lower for this reason and becasue it has a tendency to mute the flavours at higher percentages on some devices. Please add in line with your preferences :)


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◦ Sub CAP Juicy Lemon with JF or any other sweet, tart, juicy & fairly realistic lemon. Something I haven't yet tried is VT's Sour Lemon. I've got that coming in this week and will see how well this subs in place of both CAP and TPA Sour.

◦ You could sub INW Shisha Raspberry with INW Raspberry (Malina)

◦ Sub brands with additives used here e.g. CC, SS, Sour, WS-23, just double check your %'s :)

I try to list subs where I can so if I haven't recommended one it's probably because
a)I haven't tried it, tested it, or maybe even tasted it!
b) There isn't one (or) I just haven't heard of it, or
c) It's taken me some time to find the flavours I REALLY enjoy and either the flavour is essential to the recipe &/or there's no valid reason in existence you should ever sub this and you really should just get it.
I'm only human.. tell me where there's ones I've missed.


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I'm relatively new to this and want to learn more, feedback/comments are always welcome!

Lastly, just in case you use both (ELR) and (ATF) for different reasons like I do, Here's the link to the same recipe over there:
https://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/3696492/Pizzy%20%26amp;%20Fink%20%F0%9F%8D%87%F0%9F%8D%8B%20%7C%20A%20Sour%20Raspberry%20Lemonade%20Inspired%20by%20V%20Energy

If you mix this up, or some variation of it, please drop a comment &/or review below and let us know how it went!

Please Note:
I used Frandy (FRA) Mango v2 @ 3.75% and I have no idea what FP Mango Mamba tastes like. I just chose a strange concentrate's name to take the place of the ACTUAL strange concentrate I used since it's another one ATF don't list. Get FRA Mango v2. It's a banger on it's own. And I'd know!


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This was originally a quick mix to test some new flavours (DIY-EJ Mangoes are excellent BTW) but it turned out to be one I REALLY enjoyed, I even decided it was worthy of being my first shared recipe. I remade it with some more accessible Mango flavours and the result is better than the original! I also played with apricots and peaches, but the mango really shines on it's own here.

Ya'll reading this better get your hands on Frandy Mango v2 (its a banger) in the meantime!


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∙ FRA Mango v2 / FE Mango / FLV Mango ∙

We're going for a bright and juicy mango here, ripe, juicy, bright & sweet. We've essentially built a Mango sandwich with FE Mango (A.K.A SC Mango) in the middle. FE Mango @ 1.5% is bringing much of the body and juicy thickness, it is a realistic, sweet and bright mango. We have FLV Mango supporting the base, bringing just a touch of deeper, thicker, dark & ripe aspect but just a touch.
Sitting on top and cascading over all we have FRA Mango v2 which is bright and juicy and sweet without being candied. It's a wonderful juicy mango and brings all the top notes plus adds a great bright mango flavour on the exhale.
It should be noted that FE Mango is a great flavour off the shake but is prone to fading over time. However, in this mix I have found the mango has lasted til the end.

∙ NR Smooth Cream/NR Vanilla Milkshake/FW Vanilla Bean Ice Cream ∙

As noted, I was mixing up some new flavours. When I first mixed it, my intention was to build a sweet, creamy base for the mango to sit upon, but what you're actually getting here is a full on fresh mango with a creamy base that is very much in the background. NR Smooth Cream adds a creamy mouthfeel without imparting any dairy notes @ 1%. NR Vanilla Milkshake and FW Vanilla Bean Ice Cream are used to bring a thicker body and creamy mouthfeel, as well as a slight touch of vanilla that plays well with the next ingredient.

∙ WF African Horned Cucumber ∙

This mix has a refreshing twist with the sweet, juicy, almost minty flavour of WF African Horned Cucumber. This is essential and is worth getting if you enjoy juicy fruit mixes! It's function here is similar to how some mixers will use INW Cactus low to add juiciness. Unfortunately, my tastebuds don't much care at all for the humble cactus and so finding this concentrate has been great for me. I love the juiciness and flavour it brings at 0.5% without overshadowing the Mango.

∙ CAP Super Sweet / WS-23 (Coolant) ∙
Mangoes are a sweet and full-flavoured fruit which is why I added SS @ 0.5% but you're of course free to tweak the % or omit it completely and the same goes for WS-23. This is the highest % I've added WS-23 and it's on par with the fruity Malaysian juices which inspired this recipe. You can reduce it to 1%, or even 0.5% if you prefer, I haven't tried this recipe without it.


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These are just suggestions for potential subs, drop a comment with what works for you

∙ NR Smooth Cream 1.5% → TPA Whipped Cream 1.5%
∙ FW VBIC → Your preferred VBIC concentrate (LB, FA, TPA, CAP...)
∙ NR Vanilla Milkshake → Increase FW VBIC or other VBIC

The reasons for not recommending a sub for FRA Mango V2 is it's taken me a while on this mission for mangoes to find ones I really enjoy. These are just the ones that work for me (but sub where you need!) Plus, it's the best mango concentrate I've tried and I have about 30 I think so it may well be worth getting it from BLCK flavour if you can and you enjoy a great-tasting juicy mango on the in- and the ex-hale.

DIY is all about customisation. This recipe can be used as a building block and you can change anything from the VG:PG ratio, to the %'s of Sweetener or WS-23 in your mix, or even sub flavours when you have to.

It's true, it won't be exactly the same, but just do what works best for you and if you do mix this up (or some variation of it) I hope you enjoy it.


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I'm relatively new to this and want to learn more, feedback/comments are always welcome! All I ask is that we keep it respectful - I'm learning too ;)

I you use ELR & ATF both for different reasons like I do, here's the link to the same recipe on ELR:
https://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/3670078/Bootylicious%20Mango%20%28Malaysian%20Mango%20v2.1%29

Please Note:
SA BANANE BONBON is in the place of SA CANDY MILK BANANA a.k.a. SA Candy'Milk Banane and is available at Rainbow Vapes (UK) and NomNomz (as SA Banana Milk)


✔︎ SNV Approved

✔︎ Ideal Steep Time: 1-3 Days

✔︎ Original Mix Ratio: VG:PG 80:20

This is exciting for me - Banana Ice Cream is one of the profiles that motivated me to start DIY in the first place - I've also been working on my own banana milk for a good couple of months now and after mixing up countless versions and variations, it just so happened that I stumbled upon this gem one lucky night.


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Once upon a time... Yesterday arvo, actually - I was messing with some hypothetical flavours for an oatmeal cookie. Next, what happened is SolubArome Candy Milk Banana fell off the shelf and into my hands. Just like that.

Since I'd actually been meaning to try this for a while, it was only natural that I take a good whiff of it, right? Right.

I more-than-half expected to smell the same, old and boring 'Oh yeah, "Banana cream" you get with TPA or LA but to my surprise, I inhaled the smell of a smooth banana (candy) and a sweet, dairy/milky goodness. I sat it down in a spot so I'd remember to SFT it sometime over the next few days..

A few hours later though and I'm doing a sneaky SFT before bed to judge this one's potential.
OH, it's good. But it's just missing something...

Obviously, I just had to throw a few flavours at it to really judge this o...
HOLY MOTHER! I've cracked it! It just came together when I should have been in bed. I'm so glad I wasn't and now so are my tastebuds!

You be the judge though. I've gone through my whole tester and a second bottle already. I stopped tasting all my testers to keep vaping this, that's when I know I've done well.

I think it might be alright this one... but you be the judge! How have I done?


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∙ SA Candy Milk Banana ∙ (aka Candy'Milk Banane/Banana Milk) ∙

On it's own it tastes like a lighter version of TPA Banana Cream but with much more focus on the dairy/milk notes. It's got PROPER milk notes too like FA Milk or OOO Cream (Milky Undertones) and it's nice and smooth and sweet. I only SFT'd this up to 5% and it's on the less-concentrated side similar to other SA flavours. You could probably push it higher but I preferred to build on it in this recipe instead.

∙ NR Banana Milkshake ∙

Brings a thick, creaminess and some banana nuances but is mostly all mouthfeel and light on flavour IMO. However the role it plays here is important as it does a great job at filling in, filling out and building up SA Candy Milk Banana. They just work together.

∙ LA Banana Cream ∙

Is at 1.25% to boost the sweet banana-ness and does a better job than TPA's version at cutting through the creams to sit on top of the profile. You can sub with TPA BC if necessary though, adjusting for strength.

∙ OOO Cream (Milky undertones) / VT Love / WF Vanilla Cream Extra ∙

OOO is so good at making you feel like you're vaping a milk flavour and I used it to enhance the milky notes in SA as to not let it get buried under the creams. VT Love is a sweet, milky almost white chocolate type flavour and isn't too heavy but brings a beautiful, sweet flavour without any vanilla and I love this concentrate. WF VCE is here as it adds a fullness to the creams that only WF creams can! It's just here for mouthfeel and maximum greatness tbh.

∙ CAP Super Sweet / WS-23 (Coolant) ∙

CAP SS @ 1% is twice what I'd normally use but it works here because banana milk is SO SWEET - but feel free to reduce it if you like!

I love WS-23 and also tried mixing this up with it @0.75-1.0% it's really enjoyable but best after a 2 day steep I found.


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Where can I get the flavours?
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I understand that not all flavours are easily accessible to all the mixers out there & for that reason I'd like to note where I bought my flavours and/or an appropriate sub .

There is a fairly good range of concentrates available in AUS now, but I'm always importing the flavours I can't get here. I mostly order from UK-based stores - the UK seem to have the most affordable postage, even for small orders.

I often find obscure flavours that are equally as good as the popular ones & IMO are just as worthy of a spot in my collection & sometimes even more-so.

So here's where you can get these hidden gems:

∙ SA Candy Banana Milk
🇬🇧 Rainbow Vapes & 🇬🇧 NomNomz (as SA Banana Milk)

∙ NR Banana Milkshake
🇦🇺Flavour World

∙ OOO Cream (Milky Undertones)
🇬🇧NomNomz (UK)

∙ VT Love
🇦🇺Vape Train & 🇬🇧Chef's Flavours

The rest will be available at any good store! :)


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I couldn't recommend subbing any of the flavours and these flavours are all worth having in your toolbox but if you can't get OOO you could try using FA Milk.

I try to list subs where I can so if I haven't recommended one it's probably because
a)I haven't tried it, tested it, or maybe even tasted it!
b) There isn't one (or) I just haven't heard of it, or
c) It's taken me some time to find the flavours I REALLY enjoy and either the flavour is essential to the recipe &/or there's no valid reason in existence you should ever sub this and you really should just get it


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I'm relatively new to this and want to learn more, feedback/comments are always welcome!

Lastly, just in case you use both (ELR) and (ATF) for different reasons like I do, Here's the link to the same recipe over there:
https://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/3688588/NesQuik+Banana+Milk+%257C+I+CRACKED+BANANA+MILK

If you mix this up, or some variation of it, please drop a comment &/or review below and let us know how it went!

User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 5 months ago
This is truly a great recipe, I thoroughly enjoyed this recipe and have nearly vaped the whole thing already! Personally, I would like the banana flavour a tad stronger, and I hope to learn how to get an ice cold milk feel to a cream. Great use of LB VIC. You really can S+V this, but it really starts to shine at 4-5 days. Spot on @mightyshill! I may play with this in the future! It's very close to Banana Ice Cream by Sticky Fingers (AU) which I want to clone 🤓
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 26 days ago
MAN, IS THIS TASTY! The way the meringue interacts with the coconut is something special! I'm getting a sweet creamy inhale, the meringue melts on the tongue and makes way for a brilliant coconut experience on the exhale, which actually feels slightly toasted with the graham crust from TPA. The cheesecake trinity really makes for a wonderful base - rich, thick and a creamy mouthfeel with just a slight tang. The whole thing is dense, moist and full of flavour. Great job with the coconut profile. I'd been recommended these two coconuts and this recipe made them shine! ~3 days of steep time and it just tasted so good after eating a coconut yoghurt, so if you like coconut, like I do, I'd give this recipe a go. It's as if those Rafaello Balls (think Ferrero Rocher - but with white chocolate & coconut) have been smashed into a good cheesecake and in the best way possible. Thanks for this! I'll definitely mix this one up again! You let this steep for a month+ and it's simply amazing
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 4 months ago
What can I say... but that you could probably go through 'x' number of S+C flavours from the premium juice lines in any country and you still won't find one that can stand up to this recipe. The sharing of this creation is a gift to the DIY community (Thankyou @CheebaSteeba) The combination of strawberries tastes just like a strawberry chupa-chup (lollipop) and I look forward to playing with this combo in recipes inspired by this. Personally, I like to add a *little* FA Whipped Cream (0.5%) and CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream (0.25%) to swing the ratio of cream:strawberry in the direction of cream a little more and this is purely a subjective tweak I make to adjust to personal taste. This recipe should really be crowned the king of the Strawberries and Cream profile though IMO. Great work man!
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
This is a MASTERPIECE! I have not even let it steep I was craving custard, I even vaped this while eating custard... This is dead on! This recipe manages to be light and velvety while also being rich and luscious and I'm a huge fan. I subbed JF Yellow Cake for FW at this % but otherwise stayed true to the ingredients. I was very happy to see FA Custard Premium in here and the way the biscuit, cookie and Graham add body to this and the milky richness in the creams is just DIVINE. MAGICAL. I love it. Thanks for sharing, I will be mixing up a big bottle of this! Mixed at 80:20 and the flavour is brilliant.
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 3 months ago
Thanks so much for your notes Bert! I'll pick up FLV Citrus Soda on my next order and give this a whirl!
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
Alfred this is such a treat! It's brilliant! Off the shake the pie crust is very forward but after just 1-2 days steep it mellows out and makes way for the Graham notes and I taste a hint of coconut in there and I like it. All the reviews are 5-star for a reason with this one. It's a sweet, luscious and full strawberry flavour that tastes just like the picture looks. After a week I am finding it difficult to pick up the strawberry notes, due to either a) I'm a regular SB non-taster b) vaper's tongue or C) the SB has faded. I have heard non-SB tasters may have trouble with JF too, but it's such a good flavour! I may tried this with some of the OOO strawberries and see how it mixes up. But I've been vaping a fair bit of this, it's really, REALLY good. The cream whore inside me lusts for more more MORE but the reality is, it's a perfect recipe Mr. Pudding. A true work of art. Well done.
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
This is a banger off the shake and I actually preferred it in the first two weeks than the next two! For me most of the strawberry faded but I'm also a non-taster at the best of times. Thanks for this recipe, I really enjoyed the dragonfruit in the front and backed up by the strawberry. I haven't had the original for years, but this has to be pretty close Wayne and you've created a delicious, smooth and perfectly sweetened juice right here! Loved it. (Edit & Note; It's the TPA ripe for me that I can hardly taste that anytime, the TPA S/b did help, as I said first two weeks great so mix small batches 😊 I've got some more strawberries (OOO, WF, PUR, RF, JFAU) coming in soon and I'll give this a try and let y'all know how it goes!
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 3 months ago
Hey Red.. sounds delicious.. are you using the reformulated LB Lava Cake, and if not, would you use the new version or suggest a suitable sub? Cheers!
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 3 months ago
Slowly but surely, each missing ingredient appears in my stash... All I'm waiting on is FLV Cookie oh man I can't wait to mix this one up, nice work Mr 😊
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 3 months ago
I'll pick up biscuit base and vanilla tahity and give this a whirl!
User: cxxxxp Score: 4 Entered: 3 months ago
Really good recipe Mr G 👍 Great use of TPA cheesecake (Graham} and TPA Graham Cracker (Clear) as well as OOO Cream (Milky Undertones) which really brings the milk factor and the other two bring body, sweetnes and light malt to the milk base. I would also be using LB Vanilla Ice Cream as I just prefer it to TPA's version. The banana is nice and sweet, perfect for what you want in a Banana milk, personally I would enjoy the addition of a second more realistic Banana to add dimension but I think you've done a fantastic job on this. There is a wonderful AU juice by Sticky Fingers called Banana Ice Cream that I'd like to replicate and I can see myself building on parts of the foundation you've laid here (keep an eye out) I love a good Banana milk and I have enjoyed this. At 2-3 weeks the banana has settled and the milk is more forward. A nice sweet banana vape. Smells divine too. Thanks for sharing! Keep up the good work!
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
👀Sometimes you just read through the ingredients in a recipe and you just know it's gonna be a banger.. indeed, this is one of those times for me. It's actually very enjoyable after only 1-2 days steep but on coming back @ 2-3w this shit is DIVINE and appropriately named as such. I appreciate a recipe that has different flavours present on the inhale, middle and exhale and this one does it beautifully. At the same time the flavours are really well combined and all I can tell you is I pick out different pieces that are all delicious and luxuriously rich and creamy. If you have the flavours mix this up, this is not a cereal vape, it is a dessert vape, I can't explain it, creator explains it well. Really really nice juice well done 👌
User: cxxxxp Score: 4 Entered: 3 months ago
I enjoyed this one, interesting with the VT Devon cream, I recently got these VT flavours and I think I'll have to SFT to work out what each brings to this recipe, but that VT banana custard is a winner, really nice banana recipe. Good job guys!
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
Very nice thck, rich and creamy chocolate base here. I really enjoy this recipe as is but I also love VT Chocolate Mousse and when I mix this again I'd like to bring the % up a notch or two. I'm thinking I'd like to bring a chocolate syrup top note too but this is cause I'm a massive sweet tooth and I love a strong chocolate milk. Bert this is a wonderful mix - it makes me think of all the possibilities and the combos I would theoretically add to this work of art. (Then again, often I don't recognise a complete piece and continue to add details that only distract from the main focus) But either way, I think this chocolate base could be quite versatile... 😃Thanks for sharing Bert and thanks for the inspiration! Great work my friend!🙏
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 3 months ago
Agreed, old skool flavoured custard that is dark and syrupy sweet but thick and rich too. Very enjoyable, great flavour. I am a cream whore, I admit it, and I'm tempted to add some FLV cream or something to thicken this up a little but that's just me and this is a beautiful Custard. Great Job Silky I can't wait to mix up your other recipes, I think our tastebuds are related and Ive starred basically 3/4 of your recipes 😂 keep it up!
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 3 months ago
I can't wait to make this moist cake vape. Oooh I have many a moist cake batter but not as moist as FW. I shall seek appropriate and moist sub
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 3 months ago
I love a jelly slice Joe. It's quite easy to make but takes a little time to set. I will be mixing this up 🙏😊 the secret ingredient is a dash of lemon in the middle layer 🤫
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 2 months ago
Oh.. yum. I have to try this.
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 2 months ago
How does this not have 10 5 star ratings at least? I feel like I've found gold stumbling upon this recipe. Out of at least 6 other mango recipes I've tried this is the first that I would mix again, let alone even finish the 10ml tester. This is a wonderful sweet, bright & semi-realistic mango - I 100% agree that this is a SnV and after 36hrs it's settled down and come together all juicy and Creamy-like. I do wonder how the FE/SC Mango will hold up in this mix but FLV Mango does a great job at bringing the body of the fruit. Will be nice to see how the custard develops. This here's a winner! Thanks Obi! // Update: By day 3 you can smell and taste the INW custard in this. Delicious :) (BTW I didn't add mint.)
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 2 months ago
How could I be the first to drop a review on this, I mean, Surely I'm not the first to be lured in by the clever title and matching Queen/Bean image? I was already convinced... then I read the ingredients list... I just knew it was gonna be a banger. I admit I was tempted to switch TPA VBIC with LB VIC, but I stayed true to the recipe and it's devilishly good, a smooth, sweet vanilla vape at a perfect level of complexity. I mixed a small tester, so the extra drop of CAP SS that slipped in made this very sweet but the flavour is all there on this one and it's a great showcasing of what Holy Vanilla can bring to a mix. I will surely mix this again. Thank you for this gift of a recipe. I loved Mr Bean as a kid and this allowed me to relive that in a much different way, but perhaps even better. Much love Slushy! Keep 'em comin'!
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 2 months ago
Awesome, been playing around with banana milks atm, I'll give this a go and give you some feedback, thanks my friend!
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: about 2 months ago
I tested it a couple of times throughout the steep and something magical happens at the 2 week mark and this forms the perfect chocolate milk vape. THANK you folkart for this, it's divine 8) easily 5 stars, I learnt a lot from mixing this up.
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 29 days ago
i trust you mean milky undertones and not milky underpants.. therefore I will give this mix a shot. Good work, thanks bud!
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: about 2 months ago
This just sounds delicious. I'll mix it up today and get back after a week. Great work Justin!
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 29 days ago
Delicious off the shake - even an overnight steep is enough for it to feel complete, I'm amazed that these 3 ingredients have made such a tasty vape. It's like a mix of peach/cream & creamy frosting and it's delicious! Thanks for this! I agree with your description - these are all 3 must-have flavours and this recipe showcases them wonderfully. Great Work TT :) Thank you for this recipe!
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: about 2 months ago
Nice, I'll give this a mix and get back. Hey @Tootall, next could you bring us a rock-solid vanilla ice-cream stone to play with in iso? :)
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: about 2 months ago
How did this one turn out for you VT? :)
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: about 1 month ago
Oh YES BRDZ! Looks great and I've got everything too. I'll give this a mix and get back! ;)
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: about 1 month ago
I'm here to echo the other statements - this is one mind-blowingly tasty and absolutely fascinating recipe. I was SFTing FA Vanilla Ice Cream at the same time. A drop of this and a drop of that tastes like a coke float. Really interesting to see the components of cola broken down like this Alfred - Thanks for the recipe, I love it. I wonder how some INW Lemons Kick would treat this. That's got the fizz.. I wonder if it would overpower it too much.. one way to find out...
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: about 1 month ago
I mixed this up a couple of weeks ago after seeing the original recipe pack on flavour world. How long's the steep on this one? I'm yet to try it but it sounds good
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: about 1 month ago
Oooh, I've got a good feeling about this one TT, I was just smelling the flavours one after the next as I was mixing this and if Quince had no label, I'd be thinking it was banana based on smell. You're very clever. I'll get back with my thoughts, and I won't forget :)
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 30 days ago
How good is that Crumble Topping SC tho... And how GOOOD does that Sugar Cookie SC smell! I really love this recipe, it's well balanced and I like that I can taste all the different elements. Although my tastebuds are tempting me to play around with it and give the apples a boost, it would likely mess up the balance you've got here. Fantastic mixing +1 I've mixed a couple of your recipes this week. You are very talented! Graham toff tarkin... Oh my lord!
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 30 days ago
This be the epitome of cereal vapes of all time, everywhere. I love it. I'll have to make a bigger bottle - there's no way this will last the 4 week steep when it tastes this good at 1.5w! Thank you 😍
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 30 days ago
I'm glad I had faith in this one. Literally right off the shake this is on par with actual cooked apples. I was a bit scared of the apple filling at this % but it works well if you enjoy cinnamon, which I do. Wonderful apple flavour. Exactly what I've been looking for. I'd love to play with some custards, creams or crumble toppings with this. Well done, this is a wonderful mix and the taste in your tongue is like the real thing :) this is what FLV Apple Filling SHOULD taste like and if it steeps well you could just make a base flavour out of this for apple desserts 🙂 🍏
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 29 days ago
Oh yaassss I'll be mixing this one up today!
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 29 days ago
In Australia we call these cookies "Mint Slice" biscuits. They are crunchy chocolate biscuits layered with a creamy mint filling and covered in dark chocolate (I'm sure they exist worldwide under various names...) Anyway, this is exactly what this mix tastes like. I haven't tried the original shamrock so I can't compare, however, I will point out that this recipe tops Sydney Vape Co's (AU) "Mint Sliced" juice of the same profile. The JF Cookie is working wonders in here with FLV VC laying down the perfect foundation for the rest of the flavours to meld together just beautifully and FLV's Creme de Menthe... WOW... what a flavour... and so perfectly backed up by the Devon cream. On a side note, I seem to be one of the unlucky few blessed with a natural aversion to CAP Sugar Cookie. I can use it up to 1.5% (but any higher and a sour bitterness jumps out like TPA to a pepper-taster) in respect of all the hard work behind this recipe I wanted to stay true to it's format and capping CAP at 1.5% then substituting the remaining 1.5% with WF Sugar Cookie SC seemed to allow me to get the same effect but without any off-notes or imbalance. Fantastic recipe and a "Hall of Fame" type juice. WELL DONE. What a way to sign off! Wishing you happy travels but I also selfishly hope you return to mixing some day..
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 29 days ago
I love this. I get off-notes from HS FVIC every. single. time. which is a killer since it's so popular. So, the trinity ice cream didn't work for me, but this shit hella does! I love how you're left with a pallet-coating cream after the exhale, it's really like vaping Connoisseur's Vanilla Bean Ice Cream - excellent stuff. Note: I made this with Holy Vanilla v2
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 24 days ago
It's wonderful! Real red hard candy vibes, great raspberry flavour and genius-level use of the FLV wild melon! Overall, a fantastic mix! Thanks for sharing :)
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 24 days ago
Delicious, you guys nailed the peach, I'm always picking up the earthy off-notes in INW peach, but not here! Thanks for this! Love it, well done.
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 24 days ago
Oh my god this is good... I am determined to make a real-life version of this some day soon. Just so yummy, great mixing was done on this day, thank you for sharing it! One of my new favourites and the best cookie dough vape I've tried!
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 23 days ago
checks out... the ingredients seem right up my alley... I will give this a mix and let you know how it is after a week or two's steep! :) just noticed the ingredients seem quite modern considering this has been out for some time too. Thanks frosty!
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 18 days ago
I'm just waiting on WF Sour Blue Raspberry Candy to get here, I can't wait to mix this up, especially given all the effort that has clearly gone into this one Pippa!
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 17 days ago
Fantastic work Pippa, reminds me of dipping scotch finger biscuits in warm milk :) I subbed 1/2 the sugar cookie with JF cookie, kept all else the same. Love this and look forward to experimenting with it! Edit: it's been 8 hours and I can't put it down, it's just so taysteeee
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 17 days ago
dang this is some sweet & tasty juice shyndo, hadn't tried the FLV mango this high and it works. Great seperation in layers too. I waited too long to mix this up! Well done
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 17 days ago
NAILED IT! I've been working on a sour green apple but this sweet & juicy red apple is the shit! Absolutely fantastic. Realistic, zero harshness, smooth and silky while keeping the apple texture and a hint of peel. Holy mother of apples this is good! Easily the best apple mix i've had to date. You have done furiously well here mixer and your friend must be in awe - straight honoured to have this dedicated to them!
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 5 days ago
YES MCRANE! He does it again! Easily a 5-Star recipe. I love how you've taken a bunch of commonly used flavours and created something entirely new. After a 2-3w steep it smells like real custard. I loved your custard shortcake but this recipe somehow takes it up another notch with the perfect flavour, smell, texture and after-taste of a real custard. I can see why you named it as such. It's thick, buttery smooth, creamy and a little eggy (but not too much.) I can actually taste a hint of custard powder after the exhale. It's as if I mixed up my own custard from the box but with twice the custard powder, twice the sugar and an egg, for the most thick and sweet custard there is. Well done, I love it. Everyone should mix this at least once :)
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 5 days ago
Yesss, love that Smooth Capp Cream.. Looks like I need to get that Mascarpone afterall.. This sounds like a TREAT!
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