Used in 6201 recipes at an average of 1.074%.
A thick, rich coconut custard with a boozy bourbon edge.
I used to hate coconut, but after I started vaping it I've become a bit obsessed! I've made a lot of coconutty recipes and I think has to be one of my favourites. Bourbon and coconut is such a delicious combination. I'd put bourbon and/or coconut in everything if I could!
Custard: with this being an all FLV mix the obvious choice was Vanilla Pudding. Cream adds creaminess and mouthfeel. A little Coconut adds a ton of richness. White Chocolate works really well in this mix. It seems to be acting as a kind of bridge between the coconut and custard. I tried consolidating the number of flavours in the custard layer, but it just wasn't as good.
FLV Bourbon has a nice touch of booziness and darkens the whole mix. It works really nicely with Sweet Coconut.
Best after 14 days.
Tested on Hadaly, 0.6 ohms
Warming apple and cinnamon up front with a creamy rice pudding on the finish. I've been really enjoying vaping this during the miserably cold winter weather.
FLV Apple Filling and PUR Country Apple are a really lovely combo. They taste very autumnal, especially with that lovely cinnamon note Apple Filling has.
I used FE Sweet Rice for the main rice note. VT Rice Base adds a little more dimension as well as helping the Sweet Rice not to fade. I wanted to make the rice pudding layer as simple as possible so I started off with just the FE and VT rice layer and TFA Bavarian Cream. But the little bit of FLV Cream really helped add more creaminess and just overall improved it.
I often don't use sweetener but I found this mix needed some. I thought it wasn't quite sweet enough for the profile. It also subdued the apple slightly to allow the rice pudding to come through more. I don't think you'd necessarily need to use FW. I've used CAP SS in another rice pudding recipe and it worked fine.
Can vape after an overnight steep. But the apple comes through more after 2 days and I found it really improved after 3 days. The apple is more present and its overall better balanced. It also gets creamier, richer and the layers blend together better.
What was I thinking! I actually put a lot of thought into this and decided upon something that would fit the season, but would be just as tasty served ice cold. After a lot of brainstorming, I chose a delicious creamy yam and avocado smoothie with a touch of citrus, dusted with cinnamon.
My first step was to make a rich and creamy citrusy smoothie base. My obvious first choice was FLV Smoothie Base as it brings just the right amount of citrus with it. To thicken it up some, increase the richness and support the citrus note, I added FLV Avocado. Something was still missing, a bit of sweetness and a twist of flavor, which is why I added FLV Sweet Coconut to my smoothie base. After a nice steep (14 days), it‘s really a mouthful!
Now on to the yam, the star of the smoothie. It obviously had to be FLV Yam. I hadn’t worked with it beforehand, but I‘m glad I finally did. It has a very natural sweet taste to me and I wanted to soften it up some, kind of like that pumpkin goo that comes in cans. I (think) I achieved this by adding FLV Marshmallow and FLV Cream (inspired by kindground‘s cooked yam). Last, but not least, the slightest touch of FLV Rich Cinnamon was added to act as a spicy counterpart to the citrus note.
All in all, I really enjoy it as does my SO. It plays very well with clove, nutmeg and ginger variations. I‘m thinking of maybe introducing a fruit like fig or persimmon, but that lies in the future.
Tested on a Nudge 22mm, 3mm - 0,25 Ohm Ni80 - Flapton, 50 Watts.
A shout out goes to the beautiful Gloria Gaynor, whose music inspired this title and served as a wonderful companion growing up. Every Saturday, you‘d find me hanging out at the roller rink with friends, skating, playing air hockey and asteroids and listening to tunes of the 70‘s and 80‘s.
A second shout out goes to our great DIY community, without whom I would have never come this far. You are the best!
If you happen to have the flavors in your stash, I‘d be happy if you‘d give it a try.
Pi2 aka QueenBuzyBee
A tobacco recipe with creamy butterscotch custard topped with caramel popcorn and peanuts.
I love FLV tobaccos so, as its an all FLV recipe, I really wanted to do some sort of a tobacco mix. I used Vanilla Pudding as the custard base with a little added creaminess and mouthfeel from the Cream. FLV Butterscotch is one of my favourites, it's such a great butterscotch top note. Popcorn and Beer Nuts is a really nice combo plus the caramel note in Popcorn fills out the Butterscotch. I used a bolder, darker tobacco which adds some more depth and dimension to the mix.
Minimum steep - 7 days. But it takes 10-14 days for the tobacco and popcorn to fully come through.
Tested on Citadel RDA
It's a green apple gummy - thick, chewy, sweet and extra juicy - but sitting on a white base like a strawberries and cream would - no one came here for cream today though right - It's time for thee apples:
I like to add CAP/PUR Super Sweet 0.5-1% in candy recipes
I have mostly mixed this with WS-23 @ 1% as the weather warms up (in Australia at least)
Personally, I think this needs some SS @ 0.5% to feel like a true gummy candy, but it's DIY so go for it and add both, or don't and add neither if you prefer!
TFA Apple (Tart Green):
Adds a bright and sweet top note with only a hint of peel at 1.5% but enough to bring some authenticity to the mix
FLV Granny Smith:
No off-notes are present at 1.5% and this is an awesome green apple. "A really sweet, crisp, mostly natural green apple. It’s just a little bit candied. Fairly harsh. A bit dry, not very juicy."
FLV Sour Apple:
This one boosts the Apple Gummy flavour and adds some bite to the mix. I couldn't take WF Apple gummy any higher without getting soapy off-notes. The sour apple is candied but pretty soft.
FLV Red Apple:
Tones down sharp notes and adds some depth to the mix, even at 0.5%. A very authentic red apple.
CAP Fuji Apple:
Fills in the dryness of the FLV Apples and adds some sweetness while just tying everything together perfectly with it's apple juiciness.
Really good and fresh this one..
WF Apple gummy
Is a good gummy flavour at 1% but is used low because I would get soapy off-notes any higher. I have attempted to boost it here with FLV sour apple.
The apple gummies I was going for are little green, apple-shaped gummies with a white base (like a strawberries and cream) but do you think I could find a picture of them online? Nope! That is the reason for the FLV Cream. It adds a smoothness without imparting too much cream flavour. I feel it works here but I am yet to try it without it - I think you could skip it if you wanted just a straight up apple gummy with no cream but it's not that noticeable anyway!
I made many versions after this mix but I kept coming back to this so it was just lucky I had scribbled the percentages down somewhere!
Let me know what you think if you mix it up. Subs should be ok in here for the fuji, I like the juiciness of CAP's though, and if you don't have the cream just drop it :) Sing out if you need help with subs. No probs. Peace fam!
I wanted a mixed berry and sweet cream (my typical adv) for my kayfun using some new additions (mb the most sweet cream) to my flavoring collection. This is definitely a work in progress that will most likely be tweaked and played with in the coming weeks to see if there is any room for improvement I am however quite satisfied after adding cap ss and allowing a 5 day steep. Thanks to @wolfwheeler and @duncanyoyo1 for their assistance.
Fresh banana & butterscotch topped with a dollop of fresh cream & chocolate shavings.
This is a deceptively simple recipe which packs a wallop of flavor! A simple combo of classic flavors recreates the childhood treat of banana with butterscotch and cream.
Flv Banana is a creamy, natural, ripe banana which permeates through the vape without trying to be the boss. The banana will eagerly accept the lashings of goodness about to be bestowed on it as it knows it needs a little help to shine.
The butterscotch & cream combo is a fabulously rich and decadent topping which provides a luxurious & classic flavor combo.
FLV Acai is the secret ingredient here & plays a couple of roles. This mysterious berry is the fruit of the Acai palm tree and its flavor profile is a cross between blackberry, raspberry and chocolate. The inherent tartness and realistic, rich, berry flavour enhances the relatively linear banana, balancing the sweetness.
The chocolate shavings comes from the acai berry’s natural cocoa characteristics & provides a rich, natural chocolate note
Gibe this baby 5 days or so to fully develop & enjoy!
Yellow Cake as the cake note/lady fingers. I wanted to use FW Creamy Sponge cake (Twinkie) or whatever but I couldn't find it. I have heard Mas. Cream from WF needs a long steep so this was made about 3 weeks ago, tested about 2 1/2 weeks in. Not sure if it does anything since I used it low. I used the Mol. coffee for the espresso note as it is a strong coffee and I personally have not liked any of the actual espresso flavors I had tried thus far. Cocoa WF is a nice chocolate so I added a touch of that but the main note is the Irish cream/ cream in general. I used FA because it is my favorite Irish cream, layered with FLV cream and whipped cream. FLV Cream adds a nice bodied cream note without adding any other inherent flavor. FLV whipped cream adds a more vanilla heavy cream note.
This is my favorite cream right now. I've started using it in mixes in place of FA Fresh Cream. It brings a good body to a cream base without being too heavy or overwhelmingly "dairy" while still giving a pleasant creamy smoothness. It does offer a very slight sweetness, and really helps harmonize flavors.
A lot of people claimed they sensed a sort of "spice" to it, which I didn't detect in any of my mixes. After trying it as a standalone though, there is definitely a bit of spice to it. IDK Why but I went for it at 3.5%, and I get almost like an horchata flavor from it, which I find very interesting. In mixes at .5-1% I don't detect the spice.