I am technically not new to vaping, I bought my first e-cig two years ago. Here is my story up til now:
Two years ago, I was shopping at a local flea market with a nonsmoker friend of mine. We came across a booth that belonged to a local who was selling e-cigs (ego) and her homemade juices. That was my first experience with an e-cig and I was fascinated enough to buy a starter kit and I got a bottle of juice thrown in with the deal. I didn't fall in love with any of the juices but
Fans of Castle Long Reserve or Gentleman's Reserve might be interested in my latest recipe. It was not designed as a clone, but it's a remarkably similar flavor profile.
This is a balanced, complex blend of Jameson Black Barrel Irish Whiskey and toasted macaroon. Jameson Black Barrel is generally described, "traditional notes of toasted wood, spice, and vanilla are enhanced by creamy, luscious touches of exotic fruit..." On inhale you get tongue-sweetness of spice as smooth
i simplified my CL clone recipe this morning and concluding future effort to improve. i am thoroughly pleased with the end result and have no direction left to make it any better. all flavors are detectable and the best quality of each i have sourced. it will allow power to be applied without scorching. i am using a .9ohm nichrome/cotton build anywhere from 9-20 watts. i like the 12-15 range best for my current 10mg/ml nic app. i will be lowering to 6mg/ml when my new dna30 devices arrive.
I just came across this in a much older thread, it is just called "Crunch Berries" so the Capt Crunch search didn't yield it.
3% TFA Raspberry
4% TFA Blueberry
4% TFA Strawberry
2% TFA Malted Milk (not needed but does help)
6% FA Cookie
All TFA ingrediants
York Peppermint Patty
Double Chocolate 5 %
Coconut 2 %
Sweet cream 3 %
Koolada 1 %