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Cherry Moya


A bright tropical blend of Cherimoya, Guanabana, Mango, and Cherries in a delicate whipped cream.

INW Mango: I started originally with FLV Mango but found it to stand out too much and take on a syrupy tone when combined with the others. At 2% the mango is straightforward and present, with a mild “green” note freshly mixed. This helps create a strong tropical base for the Guanabana and Cherimoya flavors to work their magic.

FLV Guanabana: My first attempts used this much higher, but I found it to also take on a sort of syrupy texture when I used it too high, so over a few revisions I dialed it back to 1.5%. At this percentage, in conjunction with Cheriymoya, we get a nice authentic Soursop that’s both tangy and bright.

INW Cherimoya: This stuff is potent as hell, but authentic. Freshly mixed it’ll overpower the Guanabana but after a steep they blend well to create a singular Soursop flavor. It has a bit of a peel flavor to it that I feel adds to the authenticity without overtly affecting the final profile.

INW Cherries: Anything less than 2% and you can’t taste them in this mix at all. Initially I feared this would cause some unwanted medicinal flavors, but I found that when combined with other strong bodied flavors they did exactly the opposite. A bright, but not overpowering cherry note to sweeten the final mix. Initially I used a few strawberry variations in the place of this, but found the INW Cherries to do a much better job at sweetening the mix while adding a little more tartness to the final profile.

CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream: All original versions of this contained FA Whipped Cream, but as it’s been discontinued I reformulated to use CAP. This final touch adds a light, but sweet cream base to smooth over some of the green/tart notes while creating a nice sweet finish that doesn’t take away from the authenticity of the fruits or add a granulated sugar type flavor. At 2.5% it’s perceptibly present, but not overly so.

https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/30019

Cherry Moya

A bright tropical blend of Cherimoya, Guanabana, Mango, and Cherries in a delicate whipped cream. INW Mango: I started originally with FLV Mango but found it to stand out too much and take on a syrupy tone when combined with the others. At 2% the mango is straightforward and present, with a mild “gr…


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Soccer Moms – e-liquid-recipes.com


Since a bunch of groups are doing a bit of retrospective look at the year, I wanted to revisit something I worked on a lot before I started getting into facebook groups this year. Here’s a post I started on reddit back in March of last year, and it’s my favorite piece of work from last year. It’s received some of my most flattering reviews, despite it being largely overlooked. Have a go if you have everything!

http://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/541926/Soccer+Mom

So as spring starts up I started thinking about the picnics/bbq parties that were common on my block as a kid. Nothing fancy, since it was a pretty poor neighborhood, but always a lot of people and a lot of food. There was always at least three minivan driving moms pushing as much Ambrosia salad on every kid that walked by the food, and as a kid I got stuck on the stuff. So without further ado, I present to you Soccer Mom.

NOTES

Vanilla Swirl and Whipped Cream: This provides that creamy whipped filler that makes up the large part of Ambrosia. TFA Whipped Cream is very reminiscient of actual whipped cream but lacks the body to really feel -full- to me so the Vanilla Swirl is here to bolster the depth of Whipped Cream without overtaking it. FA Meringue finishes the cream profile adding that soft sugary pillow for the rest of the profile to feel completed. Previous attempts included TFA VBIC, FA Vienna Cream, and FA Cream Fresh, but this landed me right where I wanted to be.

FRUITS: I’ve always remembered Mandarin Oranges and Pineapple being the bulk of the fruit in Ambrosia as a kid, sometimes with grapes and cherries. I didn’t have any flavors that come close to fresh graps so I went with Cherry, Mandarin, And Pineapple as my core, with some FA Forest Fruit to add some depth to the back notes.

FA Mandarin: At 2% it just stands out enough without being overpowering. I tried first at 3% and it was difficult to pick out the Pineapple over it, and under 2% it wasn’t noticeable.

CAP Golden Pineapple: Still my favorite Pineapple I’ve found so far. It’s very sweet, and very smooth for a pineapple flavoring. At 2% again it’s just strong enough to be perceptible, but not strong enough to throw off the Mandarin or other stuff.

FA Forest fruit: I really love FF for it’s general versatility. At 1.5% it boosts the back notes without adding a specific berry flavor. Ambrosia is one of those dishes that the fruit notes meld pretty closely with the whipped cream and this really gives that sort of general fruitiness I was after, without being overly specific or affecting the citrus notes.

FA Fuji: My favorite apple, and it works perfectly here. The apple notes are definitely in the background here, but that’s okay. Fuji’s main job is to help the fruits stay juicy, to counteract the FA walnut. It also lends some light background apple notes, though they aren’t immediately obvious.

INW Cherries: My favorite part of Ambrosia was always the ones that had cherries in them! Cherry as we know is a tricky and fickle beast, so I wanted to keep this on the low side to keep the cherry from completing blindsiding everything else, it will also be bolstered by the cherry notes I pick up in Marzipan. INW Cherry tasted closer to a natural sweet cherry over INW Cherries which is a little more tart like a Maraschino Cherry. Either would work here at the same percentage so it’s just a preference thing.

NUTS: I chose FA Walnut as my primary nut to add some crunchy nut tones to finish off this recipe. FA Walnut is a little dry, earthy and lightly sweet. A perfect light finish to the overall profile. Initially I had this much higher but it tended to stomp on the cherry profile and give a dry mouthfeel so I lowered it to 1% and bolstered it with Marzipan

FA Marzipan: I could write tomes for all it’s wonderful uses in all things nutty and candy. I definitely pick up a slight cherry like note in addition to it’s candied almond profile, so it’s a perfect fit to help flesh out the cherry notes without forcing a medicinal taste or causing it to overpower the other fruits here.

I found this juice to be really good fresh, but absolutely 10x better after an overnight steep. I’m on my third batch of it since making this version and I simply can’t put the stuff down. I’ve never really believed in ADVs but if I had one, this would be it.

What was your favorite mix from 2016?

Soccer Moms – e-liquid-recipes.com

0.75% Cherries (Inawera) * 1.50% Forest Mix (Forest Fruit) (FA) * 1.50% Fuji Apple (FA) * 2.00% Golden Pineapple (Cap) * 0.50% Marzipan (FA) * 1.50% Meringue (FA) * 2.00% Tanger (Mandarin) (FA) * 2.00% Vanilla Swirl (TPA) * 1.00% Walnut (FA) * 2.00% Whipped Cream (TPA) *


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Fireside – e-liquid-recipes.com


This is my favorite tobacco recipe last year. It’s a “grown up” tobacco so the sweet notes take a back seat to a smooth strong tobacco, with woody type highlights, and a sweet whiskey base.

Starting in at 7% FA Soho this mild RY4 type is lightly sweet and ultra smooth. With some delicate caramel and vanilla backnotes, with a rich and smooth tobacco forward flavor this is a perfect base to build our relaxing “seat by the fire” type of tobacco vape.

TFA Kentucky Bourbon at 2.5% and FA Whiskey at .75% gives us a deep, boozey whiskey base. Sweet, but not too sweet. It is supported by the sweeter notes in FA Soho and Oba Oba.

FA Oakwood at 1% leaves a deep cedar, woody note. A touch on the dry side, it’s counteracted by the creamy notes in FA Soho and FA Oba Oba.

FA Oba Oba at 2%. My secret weapon in bold tobaccos. Not creamy per se, and really more similar to marshmallow candy. Being sort of generically fruity and non invasive it gives our tobacco and whiskey base some more body and dense mouthfeel, floating our tobacco in a thick mouthfeel that’s creamy without having any dairy tones.

A dash of MTS Vape Wizard goes a long way to smooth over any stray harsh notes from tobacco and whiskey, but it isn’t super necessary. The vape will still be smooth without it if you don’t have it.

http://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/1041068/Fireside

Fireside – e-liquid-recipes.com

2.50% Kentucky Bourbon (TPA) * 0.25% MTS Vape Wizard (FA) * 1.00% Oakwood (FA) * 2.00% Oba Oba (FA) * 7.00% Soho (FA) * 0.75% Whisky (FA) *


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Sakura Sweets – e-liquid-recipes.com


I was honored and surprised when Wayne Walker gave this recipe an honorable mention in his best recipes of 2016 post on DIY or DIE just last night. It means the world when other mixers recognize your work, and especially when they do it so very publicly. I realized last night while thinking about Wayne’s review, and I hardly released this recipe to a large audience. I posted it once in the Reddit DIY_Ejuice monthly thread awhile after it’s creation, and never gave it another thought. This recipe was my mainstay in the early spring, and an evolution of some of my earliest work in floral recipes.

Modeled after cherry blossom candies I used to find as a kid, they were my first introduction to floral type flavors. As I began mixing I slowly began to collect an array of floral flavors, and this recipe represents some of my favorite elements from these flavors.

TPA Cherry Blossom: A faintly floral cherry, with a tart powdered candy type finish. At 4% this stands out brightly against some of the sweeter more syrupy flavors. A very delicate flavor, but not overly potent so this range works well. Once you take this over 4% it gets somewhat astringent.

TPA Honeysuckle: A staple in any floral fan’s arsenal. Brightly sweet and juicy, and not perfumey at all. At 4% it acts well as a bright juicy base to help blend the TPA Cherry Blossom just enough to stand out against some of the stronger flavors to follow.

CAP Hibiscus: Mildly floral, but very sweet and almost syrupy in mouth feel. This flavor gets much more perfume like if you take it much higher than 2-3% so at 1.5% it adds just enough sweet hibiscus flavor to stand out from the TPA Cherry Blossom without overpowering it.

CAP Sweet Lychee: Another syrupy sweet. Not very floral but it adds the “Sweets” for our candy profile very effective. Another flavor like CAP Hibiscus that goes to perfume at a high percentage, at 2% it’s just enough to shine alongside the others, without overtaking them.

INW Raspberry: A very potent, very sweet raspberry flavor. I was very hesitant to use it this high, but I found at lower percentages it just wasn’t showing up. Much to my delight, at 1% it does a wonderful job tying the CAP Sweet Lychee and CAP Hibiscus together to finish our candied fruit profile, while still allowing the others to play their part.

This recipe is decent fresh, but in my humble opinion shines much more after a week steep in a dark cave while it thinks about it’s life choices, and how it got here. It underwent countless revisions and revisits before I landed here. If you’re into florals of any kind, this one is definitely worth a visit.

http://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/526554/Sakura%20Sweets

Sakura Sweets – e-liquid-recipes.com

4.00% Cherry Blossom (TPA) * 1.50% Hibiscus (Cap) * 4.00% Honeysuckle (TPA) * 1.00% Raspberry (Inawera) * 2.00% Sweet Lychee (Cap) *


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BCF Shipping Delays • /r/DIY_eJuice


BCF Shipping Delays

Hello folks,

I hope you are all well.

I just thought I should pop in to preemptively apologize for the shipping backlog we are currently working through.

As most of you probably know, North Carolina had a snowy/icy weekend.

What you probably don’t know is the absolute chaos a sprinkling of snow can cause down here (it melts then freezes again turning large areas into skate rinks). We didn’t ship on Saturday due to the weather, and now we also have a bunch of staff stuck at home unable to get to work, so we’ve gotten even further behind where we usually should be on a Monday.

We do have a skeleton crew here, and we’re getting orders out as quickly as we can, but not quickly enough to clear the backlog in as short a time as we would like.

Next Day/Urgent orders are shipping as usual but realistically, we won’t get back to our usual speedy turnaround times for a good few days I would guess.

So I just wanted to apologize if you are waiting, and let people know what’s going on, hopefully before people start getting frustrated by the delay, and to let you know that of course, we are doing everything we can to catch up.

We appreciate your understanding…

Thanks

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BCF Shipping Delays • /r/DIY_eJuice

 


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