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I don't normally buy commercial ejuice. However, I broke down and purchased Cuttwood Boss Reserve to try to clone for Remix Month. I had never tried this eliquid, but as commercial juices go, it's pretty good. Cuttwood describes this profile as: Golden Honey Graham Cracker with Roasted Nut Clusters Drenched in Creamy Milk and Layered with Sliced Bananas.
On vaping this for the first time, I got Honey, nut clusters, biscuit, slightly milky and banana cream. So this is how I approached it.
For the Honey and milk I used the obvious, FLV Milk and Honey at 1.5%. This seemed to be predominate top note so I used it at the upper range at 1.5%.
The nut clusters was tricky. I thought at first to use FA Mixed nuts and maybe TPA Peanut Butter. But the more I vaped Boss Reserve, I became convinced it was just simply AP. Acetyl Pyrazine adds a "nut cluster" cereal note to this mix at 1%.
Cuttwood says there is a graham note in their juice but I get more of a INW Biscuit but just a touch(.25%).
The banana note was pretty easy to pick out. TPA Banana Cream at 1.5% was used for this note. Now off the shake, the banana note is stronger than Boss Reserve. Just let it steep for a few days and it settles down to where it needs to be.
The sweetness level of Boss Reserve is on the upper limits of what I like to vape but not as high as most commercial juices I've tried. CAP Super Sweet at .25% seemed to be spot on for this mix.

I hope people will mix this to see how close it is to the original. Enjoy :)

Can be a shake and vape but is best after a 3 day steep.
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Christmas is fast approaching and so are the Holiday recipes! I wanted to create an Eggnog recipe but put a bit of a twist on it, an Eggnog Coffee and donuts. This is one of those recipes that may not be an ADV due to its rich sweetness, but would be great after a big Thanksgiving or Christmas meal, to be vaped in front of a roaring fire or while watching the snow outside fall.

I am really enjoying the new WF SC line and although I'm not a big fan of most coffees, I do enjoy the depth and layering of the WF Crispy Coffee SC. It does however need a bit of a boost for a darker coffee and that's where the FA Up comes in, but just a touch. I wanted the eggnog to be the star of the show so, the coffee sits in the back while the eggnog and donut are in the middle of the vape.

This was the first time experimenting FLV Eggnog, and while it has an authentic eggnog flavor, it can over-power a mix. So using it at 1% would be the max I would use this at.
The whipped cream is to soften the spices from the FLV Eggnog and WF Cinnamon Pastry a bit and add a nice fluffy topping to the recipe.

The donut. Of all the WF that I have tested, this seems to be the most accurate to the profile. It is the perfect blend of pastry, creamy sugar glaze, and cinnamon.
I added a bit of CAP Super Sweet as well but you don't have to use it if you like a less sweet vape.
Can be a shake and vape but is best after a 3 day steep.
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DMC Cinnamon Challenge
This is my attempt to create a cream cheese filled French toast with maple syrup.
I've had this delicious breakfast dish a few times at IHOP and other pancake houses and I wanted to see if I could recreate this profile in a vape.

The Cream Cheese.
If anyone has ever tried a profile including a cream cheese note, you know how difficult it can be. There are not a lot of just straight up cream cheese flavors to chose from. I SFTed RF Cream Cheese and I'm not sure if the vendor/rebottler sent me the right flavoring. It did not, at all, taste like cream cheese, so I went with a flavoring that while it's not a straight-up cream cheese, it still has that cream cheese icing note to it. No, I did not use LA Cream Cheese Icing. I instead went with LA Cheese Cake. To me it's similar to LA CCI but lighter on the icing note. Also, adding CAP Vanilla Custard helps to bend the LA Cheese Cake into a more believable cream cheese.

The French toast.
The French toast should have been easy enough, 4-5% RF French toast and done! But I was getting a medicine note from it and so I decided to build my own French toast. CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl at 1% and WF Deep Fried Pastry Dough SC at 2% seems to be well balanced to mimic the fried bread and cinnamon while the CAP Vanilla Custard at 1.5% adds the eggy part of the French toast.

The Syrup.
What can I say, FA Maple Syrup at 1% just works here. I also added .5% CAP Super Sweet to bolster the FA Maple Syrup.

I do not suggest vaping this right away. It needs at least a 5 day steep to let the LA Cheese Cake and CAP Vanilla Custard settle in. The CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl also needs that time to calm down a bit.

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Keep the challenges coming! Chocolate, Salted Caramel, Custard. I have to say, I have never has this as a desert. I had to do a bit of research to see the ingredients in this profile, http://mirchitales.com/salted-caramel-custard-a-belated-eid-mubarak/ . I didn't go too heavy on the custard. I wanted the chocolates, caramels, and brown sugars to be the star of the show. It's a dark, heavy desert, just the way I like it. The FA Cookie, HS Australian Chocolate, and Bavarian Cream make up the "Oreo" cookie layer. The FW Salty Butter Balls adds the caramel and brown sugars. The CAP Vanilla custard,...well it is a custard profile. Just a touch of CAP Super Sweet to brighten things up a bit, and voila, my interpretation of a Chocolate, Salted Caramel, Custard.
I would suggest steeping this for at least 3 days for the best flavor.

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Here is another DIY MIXERS CREW challenge! David(aka Shakenvape007), and myself set out to create a Starbucks Peppermint Mocha, just in time for the holidays. Now this seems easy enough, coffee, chocolate, milk, and peppermint. Well, it may seem that way, but for us who have tested coffees, chocolates, and milks, it can be quite the challenge to find the right flavors for this profile. There are many ways to get there with this profile and I'm sure David will do something awesome with his recipe. If anyone would like to show off their skills as a mixer, please post your best Peppermint Mocha in the #Recipe room on our Discord Channel https://discord.gg/h5UGxYr . We will be talking about this profile in the next few weeks on our DMC Live show.

This is how I approached it.
First the coffee. WF Cripsy Coffee SC really hits the mark for a medium roast coffee with hints of cream and texture. It does however, need a bit of a boost for a richer, darker coffee hence the addition of FA Up. Not too much though, it can take over a recipe and give the mix a burnt coffee off note.

The chocolate. This was probably the hardest part. There are a lot of chocolates to choose from, but picking the right one that doesn't give you an artificial taste or plastic note is very difficult. I chose HS Australian Chocolate. At 1% this chocolate has a nice creamy chocolate syrup-like flavor and texture that pairs well with coffee.

The Milk. My first 6 versions I used TFA Bavarian Cream, and while I love this flavoring, it seemed to push out the coffee and chocolates and made the mix a bit flat and not very layered. I went back to my stash and found a rarely used flavoring that I had, Real Flavors Condensed Milk SC. I haven't used many Real Flavors but after testing it I knew this would be just the sweet, creamy, milk I needed. It seems to sit somewhere in the middle of the vape while not interfering with the coffee or the chocolates.

The Peppermint. My first few versions I used Flavor West's Chocolate Mint. This flavor seemed to have too much mustiness to the chocolate and the peppermint wasn't quite right. So when I introduced HS Australian Chocolate to my mix, CAP Peppermint was the obvious choice. I tried it at 1%, .25%, .5%, and then settled on .5%. This percent gives a peppermint taste on the front and a bit on the end of the vape while the coffee, chocolate, and milk stays in the middle. I added a bit of CAP Super Sweet to brighten things up as well.

Can be a shake and vape but is best after a 3 day steep.
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Everyone has probably wakened with regrets from the night before - too much fun - and the only thing that might get you through the day is to jump on that horse again with a salty, savory drink...a Bloody Mary. Well imagine a world without salt or savory vegetables. Imagine a world of only sweet and creamy. This is my take on the Bloody Mary version of that world...a Bloody Berry.
Notes:
So this is for the contest using only the flavors from the last Awesome Box.
Simple yet flavorful Strawberry Crème drink
not much to say about the flavor notes, pretty self explanatory.
Max VG
Shake n Vape

Enjoy
folkart

This recipe has been entered in a contest: Awesome Box February 2017
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0wee0 Cookie Cheesecake. I've been working on this profile(Oreo cookie crust cheesecake)for quite some time having made about 10 different versions. After testing all of my batches, I decided this one was the most authentic. As many know, an Oreo cookie flavor is a very hard profile to get right. And as this recipe is not perfect, it comes as close to a real Oreo that I can develop using the flavors out there. The dark, dry cookie is created using FA Cookie, TPA Double Chocolate(clear). The sweet creamy frosting like center of the cookie is represented by the TPA Bavarian Cream and CAP Sweet Cream. Now imagine taking the Oreo cookie and crushing it and making the cheesecake crust. That's what I've tried to recreate.

I have also been trying to create an authentic cheesecake. Now there are many cheesecake flavors to choose from, CAP NY cheesecake, FW cheesecake, TPA cheesecake graham cracker, etc....However, these flavors while good seemed to fall short on an authentic fresh baked cheesecake and that's where HS cheesecake hits the mark. Most cheesecakes I have tried either are too lite in that cream cheese flavor or too heavy on the graham cracker crust. And while they are good for a "bright" cheesecake, I feel they fall short on an authentic cheesecake. HS Cheesecake works very well as a blank canvas, especially when using it with "darker", heavier accents like an Oreo cookie crust. I've only used this flavoring at .5% and one might think there's not enough cheesecake in there to be a cheesecake. However, with the TPA Bavarian cream, CAP Sweet Cream, and TPA Vanilla Bean Ice Cream combined with the HS Cheesecake, it makes for a nice fresh baked cheesecake. You have to be careful when using HS Cheesecake because if you use it at higher %'s, it has a burnt flavor that can take over the recipe.
I added .5% CAP Super Sweet to brighten up the HS Cheesecake as well.
This is not a shake and Vape. This needs to steep for at least 5 days.
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Live mixing on the fly. This recipe was mixed on DMC Live 10/15/17. It's a chocolate milk recipe. It need a week steep but has a nice chocolate caramel flavor. Enjoy

So, I've been testing a lot of flavors recently and have suffered from Vaper's Tongue. I posed the question in Discord on what to do about this other than taking a vapecation. I received a lot of suggestions ranging from switching up my eliquid, blasting my palate with high %'s of lemon and menthol ejuices and gargling with pickle juice. I also did a bit of research on what the food industry uses to cleans palates. Many high end restaurants use a tangy sorbet to cleanse palates between courses and some wine tasters will inhale coffee bean aromas. I decided to go with the sorbet route and am asking mixers to try this recipe to see if this will help with vaper's tongue. I personally think that it helps but would love to know your thoughts on this matter.

Technically, this is not a sorbet because a sorbet is mostly a fruity ice mixture and not an ice cream. However, going on what other mixers have suggested I created this "Palate Reset" recipe to mimic a sorbet by using LB Vanilla Ice Cream with Cap Peppermint. In many instances, a sour aroma was used to cleanse the palate, so that's where the FE Lemon comes into play. A touch of sweetener was used to liven things up a bit.

I wanted to make this recipe to help mixers overcome Vaper's Tongue but, as it stands, this recipe is very good as an ADV.
If you mix this, please post your comments on if, and how this recipe works as a palate cleanser or palate reset.

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This was a challenge that Shakenvape007, aka, David and myself agreed to test each other. One a pumpkin Pie ( https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/63776#i_hate_pumpkin_pie_by_shakenvape007 ), the other a Sweet Potato Pie. We will let you be the judge.

Sweet Potato Pie! With Fall in the air and the holidays approaching, it's time to release some seasonal blends. Many mixers will probably be releasing their seasonal vapes and I'm sure there will be plenty of pumpkin ejuices to choose from. I wanted to do something a bit different with pumpkin and see if I could bend HS Pumpkin Pie into a sweet potato pie. Not sure if this is a southern thing but, around the holidays instead of pumpkin pies, many of us make sweet potato pies. It's hard to tell the difference if you don't know which is which, but they do have their subtle differences.

The sweet potato: A sweet potato pie, to me, has more of a richer, almost nutty, buttery note. Perhaps the "nutty" note comes from the skin of the sweet potato. If you've ever noticed the skin of a baked sweet potato, the essence of the skin gets drawn into the fleshy inner part and can color the orange a darker color. This is what gives it a richer, "nutty", almost caramel taste. To bend the HS Pumpkin Pie into that flavor, I introduced TPA RY4 Double. It has that slightly burnt caramel, leafy aroma that bends the HS Pumpkin Pie nicely into that rich, creamy, sweet potato pie that everyone enjoys. I also added CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl to add that spice associated with Fall seasonal vapes. You may wonder why I didn't use a pumpkin spice, well, for one, I don't care for that nutmeg flavor in most pumpkin spices and adding a pumpkin spice may have counter-acted the bend into a sweet potato pie.

The crust: Over the last few months I have been testing Wonder Flavours entire line. And while most are pretty good, they seem to not be accurate to what they are labeled as. However, they are still very useful. As I was testing WF Caramel Rice Crispy Treats, I found that it did not taste like the profile suggests. I instead got a moist, but somewhat, flaky, pumpkin pie crust. Now everyone's palate is different, but that's what I wrote down in my flavor notes and it was very helpful with this recipe. I also used CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl to bolster the crust just a bit adding a slight more pastry that the WF Caramel Rice Crispy Treats lacked.

The topping: With every sweet potato pie there is always a topping. Some will treat it as a pumpkin pie and top it with Cool Whip or whipping cream. The way I like to top my sweet potato pie is with toasted marshmallows. TPA Toasted Marshmallow was the obvious choice for that note. I added .13% of CAP Super Sweet to sweeten things up a bit. You may want to increase the Super Sweet to .25% if you're looking for more sweetness.

Can be a shake and vape but is best after a 3 day steep.
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User: folkart Score: 5 Entered: 4 months ago
I was little apprehensive to mix this recipe because of the number of different flavorings. However, I'm glad I did. This is one of the smoothest, creamiest custards I have ever mixed! It has a brightness and freshness that most custards lack. It's not too heavy on the eggy note that most custards have. Very tasty! I will defiantly mix this again and again! Nice work 007! :) I suggest steeping this for at least 1 week.
User: folkart Score: 5 Entered: 11 days ago
This is a wonderful bright, delicious profile. After vaping a lot of heavy bakeries, this was a welcomed change in flavor. Very well balanced and really enjoyed the orange. Very well done Luis!
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