The costs of running this huge site are paid for by ads. Please consider registering and becoming a Supporting Member for an ad-free experience. Thanks, ECF team.

A chocolate recipe and why it works. An example on why other flavors enhance the base flavor.

Published by dannyv45 in the blog dannyv45's blog. Views: 1360


This blog is based on my own experiences and is written as my own personal opinion and should be taken as that only. Please remember to follow and observe


Understanding the flavors you’re working with and how they interact and enhance 101.

A chocolate recipe and why it works. An example on why other flavors enhance the base flavor.

Chocolate is very hard to get right and it's even harder to find a chocolate flavor that works. With a little work and experimentation you will find that flavors that you think would ordinarily not go good together actually work good to enhance the base flavor.

base 35PG/65VG/12 - 18mg (your choice)
Hangsen Chocolate cream 5%
TFA Hazelnut 2%
Hangsen toffee 1%

Now here's the break down of why this flavor combination works.

The hangsen chocolate cream gives the mix its chocolate base

the hazelnut does not add a hazelnut taste but in fact enhances the chocolate taste.

The toffee does not add a caramel taste but adds a sweeter creamy taste to the chocolate.

The heavy VG base gives a sweeter thickness to the entire mix.

Steep for a week or 3 hours in a UC. Out of this world chocolate vape.

Good luck and happy vaping.

Read my blogs for more tips and tricks
kross8 likes this.
  • Davinna
  • AlteredReality
  • Trail
  • RaymondK
  • dannyv45
  • dannyv45
  • dannyv45
  • Marzipanda
  • Zach904
  • ligyron
  • Dixie1954
  • dannyv45
  • dannyv45
  • White Stone
  • dannyv45
  • dannyv45
  • SpRoOoOo
  • dannyv45
  • MsGoddess2U
  • MsGoddess2U
  • dannyv45
You need to be logged in to comment
  1. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.
    By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies.
    Dismiss Notice