It's been three months since my first order of DIY ingredients. After mixing 5% samples of almost all of these flavors, I've made a bunch of notes and found a few favorites.
Right now I'm using a lot of the RY4 Double Flavor (TFA). I've found it to be a pretty versatile base for a lot of recipes. Blueberry Extra (TFA) and Strawberry Ripe (TFA) are two more flavors I'm using in quantity. The rest of the flavors in my pantry are acting as accents, background flavors, or unused paperweights (I'm talking about you, Mr. M-Type).
I've got a couple of blends my wife and I vape on a daily basis. My current ADV is a simple RY4D (TFA) with a little AP (TFA) and Peanut Butter (TFA):
RY4D (TFA): 8%
AP (TFA): 1%
Peanut Butter (TFA): 2%
Another easy recipe that's getting a lot of love over the last two weeks; RY4D + Peach
RY4D (TFA): 9%
Peach (LA): 5%
Cotton Candy (EM) (TFA): 1%
It's still a bit too sweet for me, but it's missing something if I remove the EM. I've got some Juicy Peach (TFA) on order; we'll see if that helps. I'm also going to try this with RY4 type 1 (TFA). My wife likes it as is, but also asked for another one with more tobacco notes.
As I said, I'm pretty happy with the RY4D, but I'm going to have to branch out a little more and find some more tobacco base mixes. To date, none of the experiments with my other tobacco flavors have panned out; I need to do some more reading and research before I get back on that horse. In the meantime, I'll be ordering some Hangsen and VZ tobacco flavors. They get pretty good reviews across the board, and an easy base is just what I need.
In addition to the RY4D mixes, I've been experimenting with a few fruit blends. So far I've got one my wife really likes. It's an 8+ ingredient monster, so I'm going to have to pull the recipe card and add it in at a later date.
Speaking of recipe cards, I'm using the Ez-Mix calculator to keep track of my various blends and experiments. A big thanks to forum member VitalSparks for developing this program.
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