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    Quote Originally Posted by Aurora-Oblivion View Post
    Would this method work well for a green tea extraction?
    It should work great as It's worked well with my coffee extract. It Should work with any organic extraction.
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    Thanks, I'll have to try this sometime soon and report back!

    If anyone else likes green teas and would be willing to try this, here is a nice blend I was considering using when I do this. It's a blended blue mango green tea, so sweet mango flavor is already there. I think this would make a great vape if it infuses easily
    http://www.culinaryteas.com/Green_Te...Green_Tea.html
    http://tnik.com/gr_blue_mango.htm
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    Mack's Blueberry Holy Moly Cola

    5% Blueberry Extra TFA
    5% Cola Flavor TFA
    5% Honey TFA
    3% Tobacco Concentrate TFA
    2% Flue Cure TFA
    3% Hazelnut TFA
    2% Carmel TFA
    2% Brown Sugar TFA
    25% 60mg/ml nic/vg base= 15mg/ml
    10% water
    38% VG

    Best flavor after steeping a couple weeks.

    A more complex recipe for those who like a bang of flavor at the end of the day. Be careful now otherwise you might faint from flavor exhaustion.
    Last edited by xMackx; 12-10-2012 at 11:09 PM.
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    White Rabbit's Black Magic

    50/50 PG/VG @ 12 mg NIC
    20% Honey Tobacco Flavor
    10% Captain Black Flavor

    My initial blend was 5ML 50/50 Base 12 mg nic
    1 ML Honey Tobacco
    1/2 ML Captain Black

    My all day vape is EC Blends Blends Black Magic. I noticed on their site that it was a blend of Sweet Virginia Tobaccos with honey, and I knew from my previous pipe smoking days that it had some Captain Black in it. My first DYI order from Magic Wizard included their Honey Tobacco and Captain Black and my first attempt (receipe above) hit it right on the head. In my humble opinion, if you like Black Magic, you will be satisfied with this receipe.

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    A.D.V. Mack's Tropic Spice

    5% flue cure TFA
    3% Cola TFA
    3% hazelnut TFA
    3% brown sugar TFA
    2% Carmel LA
    10% water
    25% 60mg/ml nic/vg base= 15mg/ml
    49% VG

    Freshly mixed taste (no hot bath): A very nice fresh flavor that tastes like tangerines.

    After steeping: Extremely delicious smooth light tobacco flavor with a rich flavor and a light spicy note. Very easy to chain vape until it's gone. Definitely improves tremendously with steeping.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xMackx View Post
    A.D.V. Mack's Tropic Spice

    5% flue cure TFA
    3% Cola TFA
    3% hazelnut TFA
    3% brown sugar TFA
    2% Carmel LA
    10% water
    25% 60mg/ml nic/vg base= 15mg/ml
    49% VG

    Freshly mixed taste (no hot bath): A very nice fresh flavor that tastes like tangerines.

    After steeping: Extremely delicious smooth light tobacco flavor with a rich flavor and a light spicy note. Very easy to chain vape until it's gone. Definitely improves tremendously with steeping.
    With two adverbs in the last sentence of your post steep review, it must be good! Unfortunately I don't own a single one of those flavors! TFA Cola intrigues me....Do you consider it a necessity for good recipes? I will consider it for my next (2nd) order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dempserg View Post
    With two adverbs in the last sentence of your post steep review, it must be good! Unfortunately I don't own a single one of those flavors! TFA Cola intrigues me....Do you consider it a necessity for good recipes? I will consider it for my next (2nd) order.
    Cola TFA is one of the stand out base flavors and plays a huge part in a couple recipes of mine. It's a great flavor, different than what you would think. Fresh it taste almost spicy, after steeping it really does taste like cola with a hint of that spicyness in the background.
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    A favorite fruity mix:
    Mango Malt
    15% TFA Mango
    3% TFA Bavarian Cream
    2% TFA Malt
    2 drops TFA Smooth per 5 ml

    I find this to be very sweet and creamy
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    Quote Originally Posted by xMackx View Post
    Cola TFA is one of the stand out base flavors and plays a huge part in a couple recipes of mine. It's a great flavor, different than what you would think. Fresh it taste almost spicy, after steeping it really does taste like cola with a hint of that spicyness in the background.
    Sounds very interesting. Any category of flavors that you would recommend that it goes well with? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dempserg View Post
    Sounds very interesting. Any category of flavors that you would recommend that it goes well with? Thanks!
    Vanilla, carmel, hazelnut, brown sugar, flue cure, commercial tobacco ect. All sorts of flavors go well with it.
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