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37 Shared E-Liquid Recipes found

A tobacco take on Bananas Foster.

Bananas Foster is a traditional New Orleans dessert made from bananas and vanilla ice cream, with a sauce made from butter, brown sugar, cream, cinnamon, dark rum, and banana liqueur. The butter, sugar, cream, pinch of cinnamon, and bananas are cooked, and then alcohol is added and ignited. The bananas and sauce are then served over the ice cream.

FA Soho's warm, soft, caramel flavor fills out much of the caramelized brown sugar sauce, while its light tobacco notes replace the traditional cinnamon spice and put the "dirty" in Dirty Foster. TFA Banana Cream is pushed about as far as it can go here without starting to push back in a banana candy sort of way. It gives a nice banana flavor with creamy banana volume, but not enough real banana. FA Banana is thin and one-dimensional by itself, but boosts Banana Cream, creating a bolder, more authentic banana. TFA Vanilla Bean Ice Cream fills two roles; it gives it that buttery goodness of the rich sauce and provides the scoop of vanilla ice cream that everything is served on. JF Bavarian also does double duty, creamifying the sauce and making the otherwise solid TFA VBIC seem to start to melt under the heat of hot bananas. FA Jamaica Special's very dark, molassesy, brown sugar and rum flavor really comes to purpose here. It cooks the banana, gives us that distinctive liquor flavor that makes Bananas Foster a dessert for grownups, and finishes the sauce like a tableside flambe.

This recipe has been entered in a contest: Beginner Blending MIXXED Round 2

Not my original recipe; I'm sharing this with the blessing of its creator, /u/Coop34 of Reddit, because it needs to be in ATF's search results when someone looks for recipes using FA Kiwi. Although the recipe is not mine, the quotation marks in the title were added by me, because it doesn't really taste like a cheesecake to me. It tastes more like a most delicious graham cereal topped with kiwi. Don't be afraid of the high % of FA Meringue here; it does a lovely sort of dance with the tartness of the kiwi. Coop says only an overnight steep is required, but I liked it even more after three days.


Not my original recipe; I'm sharing this with the blessing of its creator, /u/Coop34 of Reddit. It's a simple, beautiful balance of tart, sweet, and boozy and it is very dangerously addictive. Sharing because, when someone searches ATF for recipes using FA Kiwi, TFA Kentucky Bourbon, or TFA Toasted Marshmallow, this NEEDS to be in the search results.

Strabismus = cross-eyed. Abysmal = the potential result of carelessly mixing Strawberry Ripe and CDS. Snake = Bavarian Cream + Coconut.

Baked cinnamon apple topped with strawberry-coconut cream.

This silly serpent is the derpy little offspring of two previous recipes, Snake Bite (apples and coconut cream) and Snake Eyes Remix (cinnamon-banana coconut cream), both of which are not clones, but improvements on commercial juices by Seduce Juice. Strawberry Ripe works here as a berry-tinted soft camera filter, turning everything a lovely shade of sweet pink and blurring the otherwise too-sharp line between baked cinnamon apples and rich coconut cream. CDS + JF Fuji gives the impression of apple that's been peeled, halved, cored, liberally sprinkled with cinnamon, baked, and served warm; there's also a brown, mapely tint to Bavarian Cream that contributes to the impression of baked fruit. The two coconuts work in tandem to turn that cream into coconut cream, one imparting a realistic coconut taste while the other ties that flavor to the cream. The coconuts and cream seem like separate entities when shaken-and-vaped, but after a week alone together in the dark, they make a coconut cream-flavored beast with two backs that's ready to be blended with just enough mushy once-frozen, now-thawed strawberries to turn it pink, and then served piled high in the cored center of half of a cinnamon-spiced baked Fuji apple.

This recipe has been entered in a contest: Beginner Blending MIXXED Round 1

Nothing fancy here, just the nailing of a profile that's long been on my DIY bucket list but wasn't possible before sweet juicy FLV Mango, black tea sweetened with mango syrup and served over ice. There's more than twice as much Koolada in here as I would usually add but it's nothing to be afraid of. Some flavors don't seem to appreciate being Koolada'ed but FLV Mango and FA Black Tea are not among them. Short steep needed because the tea comes on too strong as an S&V.

Brief notes posted here:


ABDC = Apple Butter Doodle Cookie.

A soft and buttery snickerdoodle cookie with the goodness of Apple Buttah baked right in.


A cocktail that's half piña colada, half strawberry daiquiri, and all good. This one's for you, Thadentman, and if it doesn't meet your expectations, let me know and I'll go back to the lab again. It needs about 3 days to come together. If you add Koolada, go a little easier than you normally would.

A piña colada with strawberries? YES! Add Koolada to taste and give this one a few days to come together.


Shake and vape as is or add Koolada for a frozen cocktail.

Here's a simple, light, and refreshing coconut-lime, reminiscent of Ocean Water. It has the magical ability to ease hangovers. *1

Steep: Three days required for the lime to calm down. Longer = creamier coconut and smoother finish.

Koolada: Absolutely. Stick as much as you like in there.

*1 This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: 7 months ago
Pretty much the best thing ever
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: 6 months ago
I am the author of the quote used for the description. I think I've made my point.
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: 6 months ago
Like vaping a Dali painting. I couldn't put it down!
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: 3 days ago
EVERYONE SHOULD TRY THIS.... MISSION ACCOMPLISHED. This proves spectacularly that Cactus can be the co-star of a delicious creamy fruit custard show. It's as well-balanced as a trapeze artist. There's no aloe here - which is what I was mostly afraid of when I saw 2% Cactus - nor any soapiness or offensively floral perfume or anything like that. You first get hit with two distinct fruity top notes, the fruit of the prickly pear and natural pear, and then it registers that these are suspended in a creamy custard, which is just a delightful moment. This is not as totally off-the-wall as it might seem. Cactus and cactus fruit are staples in Central American cuisine. I have found culinary recipes for prickly pear custard, and pear custards are everywhere. This just puts the cactus fruit and pear custards together. At the end, you're left with a lingering lip-licking raw but wet sugar-glaze finish, like someone forgot to brûlée a cactus-pear crème brûlée. I can hardly wait to mix some more!
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: 6 months ago
5 stars for deliciousness, overnight steep only, wish I'd made more because I don't think this is going to last very long at all. But almost gave only 4 stars due to false advertising; this is not just a "touch" of cardamom - it's super cardamommy. Will definitely mix again, might cut the spice in half next time to see how that sweet dough tastes without so much of it. But might not, because it is so, so good.
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: about 1 month ago
This recipe has performed a miracle: It has made a banana juicy. I mean, squeeze a banana. Put a banana in blender. Fucking take a hydraulic press to the damn thing. No juice, just baby food. But this has made possible the impossibility of biting into a banana that gushes so much banana juice it runs down my face. Like being transported into another dimension where bananas are as juicy as watermelons. That's as wonderful as it is weird. Thanks Philosaphucker for a recipe that will have a regular spot in my rotation!
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: 5 months ago
If you've ever wondered what blue raspberry snow cones taste like in heaven, this it. The snow cone stand that gives away this deliciousness is halfway between the beer volcano and the stripper factory and this juice recipe is the only way to taste them on this side of the veil of death.
User: ID10-T Score: 4 Entered: 5 months ago
After tweaking a few of the percentages, I turned this already-delicious recipe into the best mango e-juice I've ever tasted. Thank you, Tamachicken!
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: 5 months ago
This tastes terrific! It's like a fresh sopapilla tossed in cinnamon & brown sugar and then topped with vanilla ice cream. Very complex and hits all the right notes after steeping for 15 days. I wouldn't suggest changing a thing. I've been meaning to try to make a sopapilla cheesecake vape that would be a simpler profile (based on a culinary recipe that's just canned crescent rolls, cream cheese, vanilla, cinnamon, and sugar) and will probably steal liberally from this when I do. But in the meantime, I need to get some more of this in the steeping drawer because it is delicious. Thanks Myztik!
User: ID10-T Score: 4 Entered: 5 months ago
UPDATE: Tastes like a good steep might make it a winner 2 days out in my tank, but some problematic off-notes when dripped. Excited to try this again with all of the flavors reduced by a quarter, no other changes. Older review: Made this last night so it hasn't steeped yet (and it definitely needs to), but with my morning coffee it seems like you may have finally cracked the donut code with your crazy-looking flavor %'s. Will update this review after steep. I still have two more versions I want to try, one planned and one already steeping, but I won't be surprised if I find this is the winner. It finally has that "wet, sticky glaze" quality that previous versions were lacking.
User: ID10-T Score: 4 Entered: 4 months ago
This is a great mango lassi, I just wish the mango got down into the yogurt base more instead of being mostly top notes. Could also stand to be a little sweeter. Super excited about the upcoming V2!
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
This is indeed a great ADV for vanilla or custard lovers. The combination of VC and VBIC in a 2:1 ratio is an unforgettable team of double vanilla diacetylicousness and I thoroughly enjoy what those little bits of NY Cheesecake and Graham Cracker do to them. Nice to see this finally on ATF, SleepersDemon!
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: 4 months ago
The flavors are nice and melt together smoothly into a sweet fruity treat after steeping for 9 or 10 days. But what really made an impression on me is the mouth-feel, which is nothing short of luxurious. I could not have guessed this juice would be so thick and creamy from just looking at the ingredients.
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: 4 months ago
The cinnamon pastry note is perfectly light and a delicious addition to the peaches & cream. INW Peach & just a little Juicy peach make great duo. Bravo!
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: 4 months ago
Like shoving whole segments of Rio Star grapefruit into my face and washing it down with vanilla cream soda. In other words, awesome!
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
You're overstating how much help I actually provided in developing this recipe, but in no way overstating its addictive deliciousness. Easily in my top ten most favorite vapes ever. Thank you for this and thank ECX for agreeing to put FE Green Tea back on the menu so others can get hooked on it as well.
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
This is one of favorite recipes by Wayne, although I usually mix it with a little less AP and a little more Cream Fresh to make it more suited to my tastes. Thank you for taking the time to share it.
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
Beautiful blueberry flavor! I wouldn't have guessed blueberry and CDS could get along quite this well but they really do. Perfect pairing with morning coffee just like a fresh blueberry cinnamon roll would be, but with far fewer calories. Thank you for this!
User: ID10-T Score: 4 Entered: 3 months ago
A refreshing change of pace that's wet and juicy and full-flavored without being heavy. I bit too much jasmine for my own taste but people who love a floral vape should go ga-ga over this.
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
WOW! This is very different and super tasty. It tastes like someone took a grapefruit shandy, mixed it with some guava nectar, and then took that and made a bubblegum based on it. That's was the first thing that came to mind when I vaped it. Bubblegum. It doesn't taste anything like bubblegum at all, at least no bubblegum I've ever had, but it's both very thick and super wet and juicy in a way that's not quite like anything I've vaped before. It's exactly like the way good bubblegum makes your mouth water like crazy as you chew it. Amazing recipe!
User: ID10-T Score: 3 Entered: about 2 months ago
I came back to re-review this after a longer steep and give it 4 stars instead of the three I gave it after the short steep that was recommended, but it looks like you've made some significant changes to it since then. The changes look really tasty, I'll have to give this new-improved version a try and then re-review.
User: ID10-T Score: 4 Entered: 2 months ago
Absolutely love the idea behind this one. My favorite version of PB&J is grape jelly too! Enjoyed the vape too, I like how it all has a nice gooey feel to it like an actual shake with PB in it. The only room for improvement I noted is that the grape tastes more like raw grapes than jelly, and that by the time the off-note in Vienna Cream steeps out (tried after an overnight steep first), both the peanut butter and grape, which were previously distinct and in just the right place, became somewhat muted and muddled. Might try it again and just leave out the Vienna Cream or swap it for something else and shake and vape it rather than waiting for Vienna to steep, cuz that gooey PB and grape inside a shake is NICE.
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: 2 months ago
I can't believe I didn't pile onto this orgiastic love-fest sooner, doing the review just slipped my mind. This is a truly remarkable recipe, there needs to be way to give more than 5 stars to this one. It does need about a 5 day steep to reach perfection. And after that I can imagine it might not be a strong steeper, but I'll probably never know how long it can last because it's too good to put down.
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: 2 months ago
This is an odd profile that might not be for everyone, but I loved it and found it to taste very much like the filling in those delicious Goya Guava Wafers. I might try adding a very small (1.5% or so) amount of CAP Sugar Cookie and maybe some TFA Vanilla Swirl (1.5% or so) to see if I can get the wafer part and really emulate those things.
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: about 2 months ago
I can't really comment on authenticity since I've only ever had guanabana nectar and not the actual fruit, but with a juice that tastes this good, who cares about authenticity? It just hits all the right spots, with a tartness that works like a tart fresh strawberry or a bit of pineapple and makes an excellent counterweight to the sweet, creamy milkshake base. That tartness kept me coming back and never getting bored. I try to give some constructive criticism on every critique but I'm mostly drawing blanks here, as this is a 5-star, ADV quality vape and I can't think of anything that might make it better than it already is... balance, mouthfeel, originality (in the sense that I've never had anything quite like this before, I know the milkshake base was borrowed but that was a great decision to make), everything about this is just gets it done. 10ml left me wanting more without any thoughts on how I might try tweaking it, and that is rare. Great recipe!!!
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: about 2 months ago
Another review I should have done sooner. It's almost freakish how much this tastes and even FEELS like Fruity Pebbles. Shows that the creator of this is either a genius or put in a crazy amount of effort to make this happen. Maybe both.
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: about 2 months ago
Perfect, simple strawberry milk. Should be recommended to all brand new mixers alongside Fizzmustard's Mustard Milk and Nana Cream recipes.
User: ID10-T Score: 4 Entered: about 2 months ago
This a tasty lemon milk/lemon cream recipe that I wouldn't hesitate to recommend to anyone in search of this kind of profile. I like it almost as much as my own Frosted Lemonade recipe ;)
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: about 1 month ago
An old staple I keep coming back to. Thanks for reposting it here.
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: 26 days ago
This is my go-to recipe recommendation for convincing people who are considering starting or just starting out with DIY that they can make juice just as good -- no, better! -- than what they're paying way too much for at B&M's and online. Thanks for reposting it here, Q!
User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: 12 days ago
Truly mouthwatering. It has a feel to it that makes me think of a fruit slushy drink, not a Slurpee, but like someone took actual frozen mixed melon balls, put them in a blender, added some apple juice and simple syrup, and whizzed it up.
User: ID10-T Score: 4 Entered: 3 days ago
This really is what outer space tastes like, but it's way too much for Koolada for me. I'm going to give it another go at 0.25% Koolada. The Grape can stay at 2.5% for me.
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