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A simple but accurate representation of a classic peanut butter cookie.

This was inspired by an Ice Cream Stone by DIYorDIE.

Picture a bowl of Rainbow Sherbet and Vanilla Bean Ice Cream.

Add some koolada or WS-23 if you want.

NOTE: Liquid Barn recently released White Chocolate and Peppermint as separate concentrates. They are not yet in the ATF database so I used White Chocolate Peppermint as a place holder. I will update when the concentrates are added to the database, but this recipe uses LB White Chocolate, not White Chocolate Peppermint.

LB White Chocolate Peppermint is an amazing flavor, even as a solo mix. So when Liquid Barn released White Chocolate and Peppermint as separate concentrates, I just had to see what they could do. This is my first attempt at using WC in a mix, and after a solo test I think there is a lot if potential here. It has the type of sweetness you would expect from a white chocolate and I get a sense of creaminess that I knew would pair with LB Vanilla Ice Cream. Strawberry was the obvious choice for fruit, so I used one of my favorite Strawberry combos and VIOLA!! A simple SnV S&C recipe that is a bit unique in profile and tasty as well. It does get better after a steep of about a week, but why wait. Mix 2 bottles, one for now and one for later.

Credit to @enyawreklaw. This is a recipe I created for my wife and it was possible because of the incredible one shot concentrate that is Water-Malone by DIYorDie. It is as it looks. A cool watermelon strawberry profile. She vapes it in the Uwell Nunchaku and she loves it. I occasionally mix up a batch for myself and omit the koolada. This is a SNV.

This is an easy banana cheesecake with a light sprinkle of coconut.

INW Yes, We Cheesecake/FW Yogurt: All the credit here goes to DIYorDIE. He created such an amazingly simple and authentic cheesecake base, who was I not to use it.

TPA Banana Cream: This flavor doesn't lend to much to cream in my opinion, but it has one of the best banana flavors out there. I didn't want anything too nutty so this seemed like the best/only option for what I was going for.

TPA Coconut Candy: I can't imagine a banana cheesecake with out a touch, just a touch, of coconut flavor. While there are plenty of good coconut flavorings out there, I find this one lends a helping hand to the banana while also providing that smidgen of coconut flavor that I was aiming for. Subtle, as I imagined.

FA Cookie: Crust. What is a cheesecake or a pie without a crust, right? Some will argue that there are better concentrates to emulate a crust out there, but this one has a FEEL that others don't. I chose this flavoring for that reason alone. I'm glad I did.


This is one of my first recipes that I was genuinely happy with. Then INW Yes, We Cheesecake came along, and I became ecstatic, and this recipe became one of my ADVs. This is a lemon meringue cheesecake where the lemon curd and meringue are reminiscent of the pies my grandmother used to make. At the same time, it presents the mouthfeel and the rich creaminess you get from a traditional cheesecake recipe. I am fairly new to mixing and would love any feedback that the community might have to offer. Please mix, share, and enjoy.

The goal here is to emulate a thick bready peach cobbler using only LB flavors. I feel I'm on the right track but I feel like something is missing. That being said, this mix is in my daily rotation and enjoyed by friends and family. I hope you enjoy and feel free to leave any suggestions if you have any.

User: robolto78 Score: 5 Entered: 3 months ago
Blue Pineapple? I was skeptical at first, but given my love for blue raspberry and pineapple being my favorite fruit, the recipe intrigued me very much. I mixed this up about 3 days after it was posted (mail time) and off the shaked all skepticism vanished. On the inhale I get that unmistakable "Blue" flavor that you would expect to be paired with Raspberry. Then...Surprise!!! Pineapple. Aaanndd it was AWESOME! I vape it in my Kennedy 25 with a .17 build and this is my new ADV where nothing else is even close! Thank You DIYorDIE.
User: robolto78 Score: 3 Entered: 3 months ago
This profile is....unique. On the shake I got a tropical, mango style vape. While tasty, strawberry was no where to be seen. I mixed it again dropping the Mango and Juicy Peach each by 1% and the strawberry came out. Not to the forefront as you would expect by the name, but it was there nonetheless. I did enjoy this experience and the vape from both mixes. Thank you for the creativity and the lesson on how these flavors interact. Flavors I may never have thought to mix myself. Kudos.
User: robolto78 Score: 4 Entered: 2 months ago
This is definitely reminiscent of a scone annd very tasty. Great job! My only critique would be that it feels dry, but scones are dry, right? That being said I mixed 2 more 30 mls. One of which I dropped the INW Biscuit down to 2.5 and added 2% CAP sugar cookie to see if that will alleviate the cotton feel I get from this. If you like scones people, try this recipe. Again, great job!
User: robolto78 Score: 4 Entered: 2 months ago
I have been looking for a good use of my 60ml bottle of LB Pink Lemonade and I believe I found it. This is a pink lemonade with something more...crack maybe? I have been though 120 mls of this juice already and its will remain in my daily rotation for at least the remainder of the summer. Excellent recipe!!
User: robolto78 Score: 4 Entered: about 2 months ago
I have not ever had Unicorn or any Naked e-liquid for that matter. That being said, this is one of my favorite S&Cs. The Strawberry is so forward and the cream is a little lighter, much like a strawberry ice cream. It's hard for me to imagine that the original commercial juice would be this good. Nice job...as always.
User: robolto78 Score: 5 Entered: about 2 months ago
I love this recipe! This is my favorite RY4 to date!
User: robolto78 Score: None Entered: about 2 months ago
I keep a 30ml of this at the ready at all times. It's simple, it's blueberry, it's creamy, it's delicious and it's a SNV! No need to make large batches cause I can have another bottle mixed and ready faster than I can re-wick a coil. Great Job.
User: robolto78 Score: 5 Entered: about 2 months ago
I have to say I was skeptical about this at first. But I had the 3 flavors sitting around, so I though "Why Not?" Off the shake I was not too crazy about it, but I figured Wayne knows what he is talking about, put this away with the intention of pulling it out 5 days later, forgot about it till the eleventh day (I date my bottles) and at that point I fell in love with it. It's not Blue Yogi, but using that TFA VC gives it that "spiced custard" feel that I like over CAP VC v1/v2 and it works really well with the blueberry after the steep. Consider my skepticism erased and color me impressed. This recipe deserves a name Wayne. Keep doing what you do and thank you.
User: robolto78 Score: 5 Entered: about 2 months ago
So what we have here is failure to finish my 60ml bottle of NY Cheesecake. This is the go to cheescake flavor that all other cheesecakes aspire to be and with FW Yogurt it is elevated even further. I have tried this recipe as is and swapped out strawberry for a variety of fruits such as blueberry, banana, and lemon. All with the same level of satisfaction as the last. This is a true "plug and play" recipe that just keeps on giving. I can't wait to try adding chocolates to the mix. Great Job!!
User: robolto78 Score: 5 Entered: about 2 months ago
This is a great S&C recipe. With an overabundance of this profile out there, all tasting so similar, it's refreshing to find one that is apart from the herd. I have had plenty of the original (it was one of my ADVs before I got into DIY) and I have to say this is better. I didn't have TPA Strawberry at first, so I subbed it with Strawberry Ripe which worked quite well up until I got Strawberry from BCF. I'm not sure which ingredient I like better so I just alternate to keep it fresh. I usually keep a 120ml at the ready, but it's good off the shake if I neglect my mixing responsibilities and have to SNV to get my fix. That being said, I prefer to wait for a 5 day steep.
User: robolto78 Score: 4 Entered: about 2 months ago
This is good, but V3 is the best.
User: robolto78 Score: 5 Entered: about 2 months ago
Awesome watermelon! When I ran out of FLV Watermelon I just started buying the one shot because this is all I used it for. Now this is the only watermelon I vape and I use the one shot as a base @ 5% for a koolada water-berry recipe that I made for my wife. She absolutely adores it. Excellent job.
User: robolto78 Score: 5 Entered: about 2 months ago
Off the shake this is amazing. I can only imagine how the creams will present themselves in 5-7 days. Great Job!!!
User: robolto78 Score: 5 Entered: about 2 months ago
This is a solid RY4. I let it steep for 18 days and it is considerably better than it was of the shake. The tobacco experience is strong with a slightly "dry" feel to it backed up by the sweet undertones of the RY4. The brown sugar and bourbon frame it very well with a docile sweetness effectively making me wanna sit around like a Lazy Dog. This is gonna pair real well with my George Dickel in the cabinet. Great Job!!
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