another one not from my bag of goodies...
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Palm Tree Smoothie from MadTown Vapor
Originally Posted by dhavoc
Ever wondered why some people taste different notes in different flavors? Or why "YMMV" applies? That is what this thread is for! My goal here is to help out DIYers. I stumbled upon TFA's "SPEC SHEETS & COMPONENTS" page last night and instantly became fascinated. They offer "MSDS FULL" for most flavors they make. For the most part, these are jumbled with various chemicals names that no one has heard of. Even using Google for many of
(A Tic-Tac, just as the smooth outside is almost dissolved but before you get to the center)
2.5% FA Peppermint
2% FA Anise
1% FA Vanilla Classic
This one benefits from thorough shaking and sitting overnight for the flavors to blend well, but does not need any longer 'steep' than that.
(Starbucks-like sweet, creamy, butterscotch coffee - very versatile recipe, see notes)
1% FA Vanilla Tahiti
1% FA Fresh Cream
0.5% - 1% FA Tiramisu (lighter or bolder coffee flavor)
0.5% FA Irish Cream
0.5% FA Butterscotch **
** Don't be afraid to try other flavors instead of Butterscotch, like adding Torrani syrups to your real coffee. Consider Peppermint, Raspberry, Coconut, White Peach, Hazelnut (go light), Walnut with Maple Syrup, etc. For example:
(Italian nougat candy with orange-nut flavors)
2% FA Torrone
2% FA Nut Mix
1% FA Walnut
2% FA Mandarin (Orange is not bold enough, really needs Mandarin)
Mix well and vape - no steeping required. A mild, half-strength version is also good.
Torrone flavoring includes almond; nut mix includes hazelnut and a little walnut (perhaps other nut flavors I can't detect). The additional Walnut flavoring balances them all out and tames the hazelnut.
Updated 05-04-2014 at 02:49 AM by HeadInClouds