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Last year about this time, I released my Sweet Potato Pie recipe. In the months following the release, Flavorah released their YAM that is out of this world delicious! Summer is close to an end and Fall will be here very shortly, so I felt it would be the perfect time to release my updated version.

This version builds off of the original but I added and took away a few flavorings for this version. (You can read my notes on the original version here https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/63611#sweet_potato_pie_by_folkart ).

FLV Yam is the star here. It's about as accurate a flavor as I've ever tested. I has a deep yam flavor that is second to none. I also kept the HS Pumpkin Pie but lowered the percentages from the original, just to add a bit of a commercial canned pumpkin/sweet potato aspect to the mix.

The DFS Holy Holy Grail is there for the caramel and vanilla almost giving it a "brown sugar" feel to the mix.

I stayed with the WF Caramel Rice Crispy Treats because to me, it's flavor is that of the soft pumpkin pie crust that is on the bottom of a pumpkin pie. The caramel also adds to the richness of the mix.

CAP Vanilla Custard. A sweet potato pie is in essence a custard, so by adding this flavoring at 1%, it gives it that sweet custard feel, without taking away from the yam and pumpkin.

My original version used CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl, and while it's a great flavoring to use, the cinnamon can be a bit strong. Wayne Walker reviewed my original version and he did like it very much, but he said he would tweak it a bit by reducing the CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl. So I took his advise in this version and used WF Cinnamon Pastry because to me it has a slightly less cinnamon note.

My first few versions did not have FA Cookie but I felt it was needed to bring home the pie crust note. And I think that it has.

One thing that my original lacked, in my opinion, was a buttery note. I have learned that this is a very important note to include in most bakeries. You may ask, "Why FLV Popcorn though?". To me FLV Popcorn is the perfect flavor to add that buttery note. I do use CAP Golden Butter in a lot of my mixes, but it requires a very long steep and sometimes has a plastic note that I can't get past, especially when used at higher percentages.

One other suggestion Wayne Walker made in his review of my original was that the TPA Toasted marshmallow was not really doing much in the mix. So I took his advise and removed the TPA Toasted Marshmallow and with the addition of the CAP Vanilla Custard, I agree that it's not needed.

I added .5% CAP Super Sweet to liven things up a bit, but you can lower or raise this to your liking.

You can most defiantly vape this as a shake and vape, but I would suggest a week steep to let the CAP Vanilla Custard bloom.

I hope you will mix, comment, and or rate, it make us all better mixers. :)

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Assassin! This remix has pushed my skills to the limit. You would think a custard would be one of the easiest remixes to tackle, but this profile took over 40 batches to get right! Vapetasia's Killer Kustard has a certain sharpness or brightness that was very difficult to mimic. I have no idea what they use, but I think I've come about as close as I can without absolutely going insane trying to figure out what flavorings they use.

I want to give a big shout out to Wayne Walker for his insight on this profile. Although his thoughts on what goes into Killer Kustard is much different than my final version, he has been a huge help tackling this profile, thanks Wayne.

My first 20 or 30 batches were loosely based on Waynes public release of his Killa Kustard. And while it is very close, there seemed to be missing that "sharpness" or "Brightness" I mentioned earlier. I honestly used every conceivable combination of custards, creams, ice creams, and sweeteners that I could and created a shit-ton of really good custards, just not Killer Kustard.

One "break-through" I had was when I ordered DFS Holy Vanilla. I had been using INW Shisha Vanilla for that sharp vanilla note I was getting in the original, but it wasn't quite right. I heard Wayne say that he too got a "sharpness" from the original and thought by turning up his percentages, he might could get that sharpness. I normally don't use vanillas over say .5%, but DFS Holy vanilla can be cranked up, and that was the secret sauce that was needed.

Many mixers think that the custard used in the original is CAP Vanilla Custard V2 and while that may be the case, I found that CAP Vanilla Custard V1 worked better for me giving it a much deeper, eggier feel.

HS Italian Cream is there to give the mix and even deeper, rich note that most creams lack. At 1% it really adds character to the mix.

Last but not least, FW Sweetener. Many mixers say it's best to use EM in custards, and for the most part I agree that sweeteners like CAP SS is not the best for this particular profile. However, when I used TPA EM I got a muting that was taking away from the brightness I was going for and when paired with DFS Holy Vanilla, FW Sweetener was the best choice for this profile.

This recipe is very simple in it's structure, but it was not a simple recipe to try to clone/remix. I've done my best and anyone who loves Killer Kustard will, I'm sure, love this.

Steep time is a minimum of 1 week, 2 weeks is better for the CAP Vanilla Custard to shine. I mixed this at 70/30 VG/PG as that's what the original is mixed at.

I hope you will mix, comment, and or rate, it make us all better mixers. :)

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Catacomb. This is my inaugural attempt at a tobacco profile. I have to say, it took some time to develop a palate for tobaccos but I think this is a very nice first tobacco recipe. This recipe needs a full month steep to fully develop. If you vape it too soon you will get too much of an ashy note. Also, this is a recipe for people who love tobacco profiles. So, if you don't like tobaccos, this might not be for you. If you are a connoisseur of tobacco profiles, I think this will be right up your alley.

My goal here was to make a honey, roasted pecans and cream, tobacco, with brown sugar notes, ...heavy on the tobacco note. So you will get a bit of an ash in this mix. But if you let it steep for a month the ashy note will subside a lot.

This recipe is pretty self explanatory, but I will break it down.

The FLV (CA)vendish is there to represent the ashy tobacco. It's quite strong so only .1% is required.

The FLV (TA)tanka is there for a deep, slightly moist tobacco.

The FLV (COMB)Milk & Honey adds the honey and a bit of milky creaminess.

The DFS Holy Holy Grail RY4 is there for the brown sugars.

And last but not least, the WF Roasted Pecans & Cream adds the roasted pecans and adds a bit of creaminess and a very slight roasted coffee note.

I hope experienced tobacco profile vapers will mix this and give me feedback as tobacco profiles are new to me and would love to see the comments. If you're not an experienced tobacco profile vaper, maybe this will be your introduction into tobaccos.

Steep time is 1 month. Yes I know that's a long time to wait, but I think you will be glad you did.

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This is a remix of Vaper's Knoll - Lunar Harvest - https://www.vapersknoll.com/products/lunar-harvest - submitted by Avon Barksdale. If you would like to submit a clone request, please visit this link https://www.facebook.com/notes/freedom-to-mix/suggest-remixesclones/461914887596726/ and I will do my best to create a remix.

Vaper's Knoll describes this as a blue rock candy with berries and cotton candy and that's a very good description of the profile. It's a pretty straight forward recipe, but when vaping the original, I was picking up on a hint of creaminess. So I added CAP Creamy Yogurt at 1.5%. This seems to "break-up" the fruits a bit and adds a deeper dimension to the recipe. It's defiantly not a yogurt profile, and adding it doesn't turn it into a yogurt profile. It just adds depth to the over-all recipe.

Thanks to Avon Barksdale for sending this remix suggestion. If you like candy vapes, I'm sure this will be one you will like. This can be a shake and vape, but just a couple days and it's better.

Any comments, reviews, good or bad is welcomed. It makes us all better mixers. :)
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Toucan Sam finally reached his breaking point! He couldn't take the pressure of show biz anymore. For years he held his beak and wouldn't say what was really on his mind. Those fruity circles had drove him to madness. He cracked over wondering "What kind of fruits are in these fucking circles?". He started drinking heavy and the stress got the best of him. He ended it all with a bullet to the head. All the years of eating those delicious fruit circles had turned his brain into the very thing that drove him to depression and madness. Now you can taste what was on his mind with ...Sad Sam Circles.

Ok, ok, I know, it's corny. But, this has been a serious journey into making a great "Froot Loops" cereal vape. I can't remember how long it's been since I've had Froot Loops but taste memory is so strong, I still remember what it taste like. My quest for a better "Froot Loops" vape started with vaping Looper by ANML. And to be honest I wasn't impressed. I got weird off notes from it and tried to clone it to make it better but I didn't seem to get there. I also purchased Kilo's Cereal Milk. This was a lot better but it still didn't quite do it for me. It had too much of an orange note that I didn't care for. So I decided to create my own to fit my tastes in a "Froot Loops" vape.

Most mixers will start with a fruit circles flavoring as their base. With most of these I get a weird lemon pledge note that I just did not enjoy, so I decided to build my own cereal base.

The Cereal:
I have recently re-discovered CAP Gingerbread. It's a very versatile flavoring for all sorts of bakeries and cereals. It adds a soft chewy ginger cookie when used at higher percentage and at lower percentages a nice sweet soft bakery with hints of ginger. When paired with JF Biscuit, it transforms into a nice cereal base and without the "lemon Pledge" note.

The milk:
I tried several different milk bases including combinations of OOO cream milky undertones, FA meringue, FA cream Fresh, and FA Milk. I settled on FA Milk and FA Meringue. It seems to have the best sugary sweet creamy milk I was going for. I also added CAP Vanilla Custard to give the milk an almost condensed milk note to add some thickness and body to the milk.

The "Froot":

As I mentioned, Cereal Milk by Kilo was a pretty tasty eliquid, however, I didn't like the orange note in the juice. So I decided not to add any orange and base my "Froot" on just the lemon. FE Lemon was the obvious choice. To me, it's the best lemon out there that has the least off notes and will not fade as bad as the others. At .75% it is spot on for what I was shooting for.

The sweetness level might be a little high for some. I did try it without sweetener and it seemed to lack vibrancy. If you like less sweet vapes, I would suggest only using .25% CAP Super Sweet. But .5% worked for me.

Steep time is best at 1 week to let the CAP Vanilla Custard bloom but 2-3 days is good as well.

I hope people that love cereal vapes will mix this and see how close I've gotten to a "Froot Loops". Any comments, reviews, good or bad is welcomed. It makes us all better mixers. :)
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Wow! This was a huge challenge. As many mixers know, a really good chocolate is hard to develop. For one, it seems most, if not all, chocolates have off notes. Some have plastic notes, others have a mustiness, and others have both. While a good long steep can take out some of the off notes, it doesn't always go away and it's very hard to cover up these off notes. My approach was to find the one that had the lesser of the two evils and I think I found it.
Now the profile I was going for was my interpretation of Metix Golden Ticket. I'm not calling it a clone, but you can be the judge whether it's close or not.
Metix describes this profile as chocolate milk with a rich creamy twist. I'm not sure if that's an accurate description of the flavor I get, but it is a wonderful eliquid. To me, it absolutely does have a creamy twist but the chocolate milk part seems different than just a "chocolate milk". I get a chocolate fudge with slight caramel notes with just a hint of coconut and a very rich cream. It is a wonderful blend of chocolates and cream. So, here is how I approached it.
The chocolate:
This was difficult. As I mentioned, there's just not a lot of chocolates out there that don't have off notes. But there is one that stands above the crowd, HS Australian Chocolate. This one seemed to have the least off notes and after a week steep no major detectable off notes. Off the shake it does have a slight mustiness but so much less than all the others I have tried. I had considered LB Lava Cake but that flavoring seems to be better in a bakery rather than a chocolate milk. HS Australian Chocolate at 3% was the best choice for this.
The HS Australian Chocolate, however, was not right own it's own for this profile. It needed that hint of coconut and that slight caramel I was tasting. Now I didn't want the coconut to take over the mix which is easily done if used too high. TPA Coconut Candy at .25% was all that was needed to make the chocolate have deeper dimension to it and to add a bit of sweetness. The caramel note was a bit harder. I wanted to add that slight caramel note but with out giving it a "butterscotch" taste. FW Salted Caramel is one of the best caramels out there, but it has a "nutty" note that I didn't feel was right for this mix. I settled on TPA Dulce De Leche Caramel at 1%. This was the perfect choice. It has a milky note like condensed milk that added to the "chocolate milk" part of the profile and a slight caramel.
The Creamy Twist:
Anytime I'm going for a "milk" the first flavoring I grab is FA Meringue. It seems to do so well as a milk in many profiles. But this profile needed a twist. I needed a deep rich milk to compliment the chocolate and HS Italian Cream was it. If anyone is wanting a full bodied rich cream I highly recommend HS Italian Cream. FA Meringue at 2% and HS Italian Cream at 1.5% was perfect for this "Creamy Twist" I was looking for.
Metix Golden Ticket is a very nice eliquid. It is, however, on the upper side of sweetness for me. But one thing I've learned is that chocolates need that sweetness. I added .5% CAP Super Sweet which may be too high for some, but that's the beauty of DIY, you can modify to your liking.
If you don't mind a very slight mustiness, this can be a shake and vape. However I suggest letting it steep for about a week and 2 weeks is even better.
I hope people that love Golden Ticket will mix this and see how close I've gotten. Any comments, reviews, good or bad is welcomed. It makes us all better mixers. :)
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So, A grilled Pineapple. The pineapple part was easy enough but how the hell was I going to represent the grilled aspect? I got the inspiration from matthewkocanda's attempt at a grilled pineapple but people were saying it was more of a grilled stick, so I didn't want to go down that path. I haven't mixed his up, so I can't really comment on how that recipe turned out. But it was his recipe that got me thinking about it, thank you matthewkocanda.

When I taste a grilled pineapple, the first thing I taste is a sharp, sweeten pineapple with hints of caramelized sugars and a slight nutty/burnt flavor. So here was my approach.

The pineapple:
I tried several pineapples like CAP Golden Pineapple, and while it's good, it seems to be on the light side and was lacking the "sharpness" I was looking for. I added FLV Cherimoya to see if it brighten up the CAP Golden Pineapple, and it did, but not enough. So I tried TPA Pineapple. TPA Pineapple is not my go to pineapple simply because it is very strong and seems to be harsh in some recipes. However, at 2% and FLV Cherimoya at 2% it seemed to have that "sharp" pineapple I was going for. Now by themselves, they are strong so I needed to add something that would cut through the sharpness while giving it that caramelized sugar and nutty/burnt note. So here's what I did.

As some of you may know, I tested about every cheesecake out there. Some are bad, some are good, and others are better. But each has it's own take on a cheesecake. HS Cheesecake is one of those flavorings that on it's own can be a much different cheesecake than you expect. It's not really good for a base cheesecake, but it has it's uses. HS Cheesecake to me tastes like a slightly over cooked cheesecake with a pretty strong note of a burnt cheesecake. So adding this flavor at only .25% gives the slightly burnt note while adding a touch of creaminess to the pineapple. This helps to cut through the sharpness of the pineapples.

Caramelized sugars/nutty note:
With this layer I choose WF Roasted Pecans & Cream at 3%. When I tested this flavor I got a caramelized, slight coffee note. It also had a toasted or burnt note with a slight sweetness and somewhat nutty. I thought this would work well as the caramelized/nutty flavor as well as adding in more "grilled" or burnt notes. This also helps to cut through the sharp pineapples.

There was only one thing missing to make this recipe have that deep "brown sugar"/caramel note and DFS HOLY HOLY GRAIL RY4 at .25% was it. It adds a richness that this recipe needed to make it believable as a grilled pineapple. I added .25% CAP Super Sweet to liven it up a bit...and done.

I don't know if this is 100% authentic, but it's damn good. I could see this recipe being used with a scoop of ice cream on top or on a pineapple upside down cake as well. Mix it, change it, and try to add your own spin to it. This is a shake and vape but gets better with time. :)

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Oatmeal Cream Pie. This was a recipe based on one of my guilty pleasures. I love Little Debbie Oatmeal Cream Pies! The fluffy sweet cream smashed between two soft, chewy oatmeal cookies takes me back to one of my simple pleasures as a child.

When thinking about this profile, one would think the starting point would be some sort of oat or oatmeal flavoring. But as some of you may know from some of my other recipes, I rarely go the traditional route. As I was doing research,(after a empty box of Little Debbies) I realized that one of the main notes I was getting was ginger. So, that's where I started. This profile is best described as a chewy, ginger spiced, oatmeal cream pie.

The oatmeal cookie:
I wanted to see if I could bend CAP Gingerbread into a soft, chewy oatmeal cookie. Now I'm not sure if it's 100% authentic, but it's pretty damn close! I'm also relying on the power of suggestion in this recipe. And believe you me, the power of suggestion is real!

CAP Gingerbread is one of the most underutilized flavorings in my opinion. It has a very slight cinnamon note that fades to the background pretty quickly. It absolutely has a ginger spice that holds through the entire vape. It has a wonderful soft, chewy texture that reminds me of a soft oatmeal cookie and that's why I used it in this mix. I added FA Cookie at .5 % to add a bit more of a dark cookie note and add some texture and slight brown sugar notes. FA Cookie is good if you want to add darker notes to your cookie unlike CAP Sugar Cookie, while it's a wonderful flavor, it's more of a bright sugar cookie.

The Cream:
Anytime I want to add a fluffy cream to my profiles, TPA Bavarian Cream is my go to. Now it can be a little heavy in a recipe and that's why I added FA Cream Fresh at 1% to lift it up a bit and add some bright, fluffiness to the cream, just as the cream is in a oatmeal cream pie. I also added 1% TPA Vanilla Swirl to help cut through the creams and give it a more vibrant feel.

The CAP Super Sweet at .5% may be a little high for some people, but that's where I find it works the best for me(I do like my sweets). Feel free to use a lower percentage if you prefer a lower sweetness.

This can be a shake and vape, but if you let it set for just a few days the slight cinnamon dies down and the ginger settles in. Recommended steep time is 5 days.

I hope you will mix this up and see if it takes you back to your childhood memories of this delicious snack!

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Harvest Custard, a remix of Kings Crest Duchess. Over the last few months it seems everyone has been releasing some sort of custard recipe. I thought it was time for me to release my take on Duchess. Kings Crest describes this profile as a decadent, creamy tres leches cake. I'm not sure how accurate it is to that description, but it is very tasty. I taste a buttery, brown sugar with vanilla and a thick custard with hints of corn giving it an autumn feel. Now I have no idea what they are using but here's how I approached this profile.

Lets start with the custard. CAP Vanilla is always my go to for custards. There's many custards to choose from but it's my favorite to work with because it's just so damn tasty. I used it at 3% and I think that's where it needs to be for this profile. Some may think it needs to be higher to achieve a "decadent" custard, but just let it steep for 1-2 weeks and it's delightful. I had considered adding a vanilla note to the custard but the vanilla note in CAP Vanilla Custard is enough to achieve this.

The buttery, brown sugar notes:
If you're wanting to add a brown sugar note to your recipes I suggest using DFS HOLY HOLY GRAIL RY4. It's perfect for a rich brown sugar note that doesn't require a long steep. I used it at only .5% and added CAP Butter Cream at 2% to create that buttery, brown sugar note I was going after.

The corn note:
When I first single flavor tested FA Corn I wasn't sure I like it. It had such a distinct flavor and kinda weird. But after it steeped for a week I knew it had a place in this mix. It really settles down after a week steep to only a hint of corn-like flavor. And while the corn note I got in the original is faint, it is there. At .5% it's perfect in this mix. I added TPA Acetyl Pyrazine at .5% to bolster the corn and give it a bit of texture. I also add INW Biscuit to add some buttery texture to this layer as well.

The .25% of CAP Super Sweet is probably not necessary, but I prefer just a touch.
Steep time is at least 1 week but only gets better the longer it steeps.

I know some of you may say to yourself, "not another damn remix" but I do enjoy tackling these remixes and that's why we do what we do, just having fun with it. I think this remix is pretty damn close and I hope you will mix, comment, and or rate, it make us all better mixers :).

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Here's my attempt to do a 1 2 3 mix. I've taken it a step farther and used all FLV flavorings. This is a creamy mimosa drink with hints of coconut. It has a nice spring or summer feel to it. So if you need a break from some of those heavy bakeries, this is it! Steep for 1 week.

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Please comment, mix, and or rate,....it makes us all better mixers. Enjoy :)

User: folkart Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year 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 months 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!
User: folkart Score: 5 Entered: 9 months ago
I did not have FA Custard Premium, so I used FA Custard. Not sure what the difference makes but this recipe is delicious! I think Luis was going for a mostly custard profile, however, I get more of a creamy/milky feel from this vape. I also get a fruity cereal from this. Not sure where the cereal is coming from but I think the AP with the fig and Shisha Vanilla is where it's coming from. In any case, this is an awesome mix! Good job Luis!
User: folkart Score: 5 Entered: 9 months ago
Another great recipe by Luis! This reminds me of a banana nut bread only with fig instead of banana. It has just the right amount of spice and nut to make this a very accurate spicy fig cake. Excellent!
User: folkart Score: 5 Entered: 8 months ago
Chocolate, cherry, sweet tobacco, what more would you want. This is a perfect blending of these flavors! As with most tobaccos you need to let them steep. Off the shake there is a slight mustiness that's common with most tobaccos. Just give it a few days and everything blends nicely. Great job Shyndo!
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