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(FLV) Smooth Vanilla


By: Flavorah (FLV)

Used in 377 recipes at an average of 0.291%.

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So This my take on a all Flavorah tobacco mix.

Butterscotch, Tatanka, Cavendish and smoked Butterscotch: This is my ry4 Tobacco base. Tatanka has a nice Dark and nutty Tobacco note, butterscotch has a Dark buttery caramel and the smoked butterscotch gives it a touch of smoke which i wanted in this mix.

Rainer Cherry, Cavendish: This i my kinda top note of my Tobacco. Rainer cherry is a very candy cherry flavor, and not a cherry i would recommend, but in Tobaccos it just shines through he whole mix. It’s comes through as a soft and Bright cherry which blends lovelely with the ry4 base. The Cavendish Creates the bridge between the the ry4 and adds a touch of floral cherry to the Tobacco.

Smooth Vanilla: 0,5% is HIGH. Dont go there, but in this mix, it is perfect. I wanted the floral note from the smooth vanilla and the vanilla and i get both at this %.

Mocha, Sweetness: Adds a Deep Rich chocolate note and a slight sweetness which keeps the mix for being TOO dry.

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Mixer's Club April Submission - April Fool's: make a tasty vape with one odd ingredient - FLV Arabian

I originally wanted to use LB WCPM to make an odd vape with tobacco. That ended up being a delightful ADV for me that I had no need for feedback on. So when it came submission time for this entry I was out of fresh ideas that I wanted to pursue (and test various failures of). So, I saw some notes scrawled on a post-it note by my computer and I remembered a mix that worked with an idea I had a while back to use FLV Arabian as an accent note to a bakery of some sort.

I have been really lazy mixing during Covid, mostly spending the time doing tests and write ups at the computer over the busy life I generally lead where I can make some tests and not have a chance to vape it until 3-4 weeks later when I next have time. Needed a quick mix one day and decided to try Kokanda's Sick AF. I like SC and MnH so why the hell not? I was struck off the shake how sweet it was and it didnt have a strong singular note that stood out on top of that sugar. I figured this would be a great base to play with and i probably over-complicated it with a couple of flavors I knew would pull it where I wanted. To top it all off, I added a few drops of Arabian and so v0 was born. The current recipe as it stands is a bit pared down. I am currently in love with WF HnC with tobacco thanks to Tesla DelMar and so I opted to leave out the MnH from the original mix. SC could probably go higher if I wanted a prominent 'cookie' vibe, but I didn't. I wanted it to be in this nether region between sweet and spicy, tobacco and bakery, sugar and cream. I chose WF Caramel Butter over FM or FA Caramel or an RY4 because I wanted it to play to the cookie vibe, HnC because good but also to add that nutty creaminess to blend the bacco to the cookie. Decided to see if I can bend the spice notes of Arabian just a bit with a touch of Cardamom. For me, 0.5 is about right but here I'm going for an indistinct blend of warm subtle spice. This is a new addition and I know Cardamom works but not sure if it will poke through enough at 0.15, but fuck it, let's try it. It is taking the place of FW Hazelnut which was there to boost the nut and overall vibe, I just felt it wasnt needed opting for SV for mouthfeel and to match that ry4 vibe. The Cardamom should add to the overall flavor, blend in nicely but also remain a distinct, warm spice that plays both sides tobacco and bakery while highlighting the Arabian spice notes. Not like me to play it light touch and, if anything, I am proud of my restraint.

Do mind the steep. I haven't actually pinned down when it gets best, 2 weeks is a minimum guess, 3 probably better.

Thanks to the support of the gang in MC for being such a cool group and always encouraging me to try new things!

Mixers club: March 2020. The ice cream man @eyemakepizza is about to be a father. To toast this, I've mixed a pink "milk".

Pink here is a true amalgamation of flavors. INW cherry and INW shisha strawberry are both syrupy by nature, and the FA red touch is helping reinforce the strawberry to stand up along side the cherry. Pushing past that CAP sweet guava helps crank this otherwise pedestrian fruit combo into an oddly tasty medley of red fruits.

Pudding in this case is pretty cut and dry with FLV vanilla pudding and INW custard sharing the duties while FLV smooth vanilla helps cut through the fruit with a sweet soft vanilla.

Special shout out to @rainbowdragon for helping with the art(okay, that's selling her efforts short, she did all the work) in this month's series of MC recipes.

made on the live sunday show...mix at your own risk...i am sure it is vapeable due to the lb ice cream and red burley

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This sort of came together as a bit of blind experimentation.

I've been on an unapologetic tobacco kick for a bit now, and I've really been riding Tatanka as an anchor point for myself with those mixes. It's sorta sweet and plays well with others, which had made it extremely forgiving to tie it into recipes.

Red Burley is just such a mutable base that it felt like the "right" place to go to tie in with the tatanka tobacco in an agreeable way.

Connecticut shade is an odd duck to me, there's a ton of depth there, but every time I use it, I feel like I've gotta take a leap of faith with it because the smell totally hides how tasty it can be when used to accent a mix.

With that, the horchata was chosen to help add the cinnamon spice notes and a touch of body in tandem with the magic that is sweet coconut, which was chosen for both the flavor and the density of it. I wanted a bit of weight to the mix along with that sweet coconut flavor.

Finally FLV smooth vanilla acts as something of a bridge between the tobaccos and the coconut-horchata mixture.

Been playing with some cavendish and different tobaccos/sweeteners to make mixes that have fallen on the range between straight tobacco and something smoother and sweeter. This combination was developed for an mtl rta and never tested outside of that. I imagine DTL would add more nuance which would likely bring out more complex tobacco notes and sweetness so some adjustments could be made depending on your tastes.

This comes across as a slightly sweet, dark flavored pipe tobacco with some emphasis on the tobacco and a hint of nuttiness to balance the sweet.

Baccos: hs ry1 provides the bulk of the bacco as a kind of neutral ciggie type flavor which gets slightly bent towards the more pipe feel with cavendish. At 0.5%, cavendish adds sweet syrupy pipe darkness without any ash or spice notes. Any higher than 0.5 and that part gets more intense and I wouldn’t take it higher than 0.75-1 if you wanted more of that here.

Additives: Arabian adds a distinctive nuttiness and body to the baccos. It settles down a bit by day 3 but is fairly prominent nonetheless. m&h provides a boost for the sweet and can be reduced for less sweetness particularly if you add more cavendish. I’d drop by 0.25 for every 0.1 of cavendish added if that’s your game. Smooth vanilla is intense at 0.2 so I use one drop (approximately 0.2) per 30ml because I’m too lazy to make a dilution. It’s a subtle amount here that needs about 3 days to come forward. I’ve found 0.02g/10ml to be a bold ass vanilla that needs at least several days to settle, 0.02g/15ml for a strong distinctive vanilla to settle in a few and 0.02g/30ml for the vanilla to creep in after a few days. As this is mostly snv (3 days) I stick with one drop per 30ml and I like it that way.

As always, there’s room to play here. You can sub out hs ry1 for a variety of baccos for different results. Flv Turkish at 1.5 for more spiced notes is my second choice. M&h can probably be subbed for something suitably sweet or even sweet cig at 0.5-1. Vanilla of choice at appropriate amounts. Smooth has some body so I’d probably stay with inw shisha before any others but I can see most any other working if you want some variety.

This one is good as is and is mostly balanced out by day 3. If you try it, I hope you enjoy it. If you change it, let me know because I am always tweaking and like how the parts here can be altered to keep it fresh.

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Roasted pecan had a nice coffee caramel roasted note that is supported a bit by the coffee milk froth that has a vanilla top note with light cinnamon almond finish mixed for fresh 03 Saturday show

while there is no actual coffee flavor here the roasted pecan does give a slight roasted coffee note that is really pleasant but the combination of the vanilla, cinnamon and almond really shine in this mix Add sweetner to your liking - although the marzipan adds some inherit sweetness

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I tried a wonderful soda when out at a trendy restaurant recently called Burgandee Creaming Soda by the Aussie based Bundaberg Brewing Co. This beverage got me me very excited. The depth of flavor was delicious AF!
Right away I was inspired to try and bring this to life in a vape.
While it appears by the label this beverage is meant to be based on red grapes there is very little grape flavor in this (if any). As described on their website it is described as a "Crafted to an authentic recipe, this red berry brew is one of a kind". I have to agree with that. This is a lovely blend of deep berries in a vanilla like enriched soda base that would satisfy even the most discerning of palettes.
This had me excited to get mixing!

I am familiar with the soda base required here using VT Creaming Soda (with that lovely vanilla), with the VT Fizzy sherbet working well together. However the slight lemony note on the back if the Fizzy sherbet was a concern but rather it really assisted the blend of the berries and compliments this profile beautifully.

I went to work to create a lovely Berry Syrup to add to the base and the blending of FLV Boysenberry, FLV Jammy Berry, & FA Blackcurrant is the right mix here to provide that lovely deep deliciousness.

However to add a little more depth of vanilla through the middle a few drops of FLV Smooth Vanilla were used with delicate finesse.

A little VT Golden Syrup & a little Cap Super sweet offers a lovely rich dark sweetness here in this profile.

After just 3 days steep, this is just as delicious as the wonderful experience I enjoyed with the excellent beverage I was inspired by.
Off the shake it was wonderful but the berry blend gets way better after the short steep.

I enjoy this at 65W on a Single 0.2ohm SST coil on a Recurve RDA.

I hope you enjoy this just as much as I enjoyed creating this recipe, but let me know what you thought in the comments below.

Seriously if you like a solid recipe that works give it a go!

Cheers for reading this far, now go and get mixing!

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A lovely rich ,full and satisfying vape that is balanced and true to profile.
Inawera Cola has the most honest cola beverage notes of flavour that I can get out of any cola concentrate I have used and I have used 10 different ones. I have found that a little support of vanilla & caramel really assists though to give it a bit more body.
As an experiment I thought to add a little Flavorah Root Beer to see how it would contrast with that cola base of flavour. It was an amazing result! At 1.5% it brought this recipe some extra depth with a little rich sarsaparilla like flavor through the middle and also helped a lot with the overall mouthfeel.
The VT Creaming Soda complements this profile with a lovely vanilla creamy like body. With everything going on here there was only one thing to do and that was to put the cherry on top.
Molinberry Red Cherry is the perfect Cherry concentrate for this profile IMO. I started it at 2% but it was run over by everything else. Stepping it up to 4% is just perfect, it blends and is solid with absolutely no bad notes. This entire recipe is great off the shake but settles really well after 3 days. Although a lovely, full & rich recipe, this is easily an enjoyable all day vape.

Give it a go and let me know what you thought of this!

There are no subs here, but don't let that hold you back from experimenting and trying other ways and let me know how that went, "Together, Let's Discover"

Enjoy!

I tested on a Wotofo Recurve RDA 0.2ohm SST coils at 60w

I hope you enjoy this just as much as I enjoyed creating this recipe, but let me know what you thought in the comments below.

Seriously if you like a solid recipe that works give it a go!

Cheers for reading this far, now go and get mixing!

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I want to preface this by saying I have never been to Japan, and I have never had a Macha ice cream, so the probability of this being authentic is probably pretty low. It is however very yummy! What I could read about macha ice cream, it's supposed to be bitter due to the macha flavor, but as always with vaping, there is no "ice cream" flavor, so you kind of have to use a thick vanilla cream in order to make an "ice cream". The vanilla note you get here is probably more prominent than you need, but it's just so damn good.

When I planned this recipe, I also made a few other versions with other ice cream bases, one was with LB Vanilla Ice Cream + TFA Vanilla Swirl, and one was with FW Vanilla Bean Ice Cream + TFA Vanilla Swirl. My thought going in to this was that FW VBIC was going to be the best one, as it's not as eggy and a little bit sweeter than the other versions I made. I was very wrong though, and I'm glad I made this final version, as it's by far the one that blends best with the floral macha notes.

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