I've never tried Heisenberg, but people say it's great, like a blue raspberry sno-cone with a little alcohol (blue curacao) flavored throat hit or something like that.. sounds to me like hitting a pipe with some blue hawaiian punch in the chamber and some blue Heisenberg on the screen... lol. I loved that show. I would have called this blue M.E.T.H. but the word won't work here and I'm sure it's not appropriate but it's still funny. Heisenberg: THIS IS A 10 MIL RECIPE, IN DROPS.. (Do not ask for percentages.. use a calculator.. I don't use nic and all the calculators have you put in nic which messes up the recipe and changes the flavor. YOU WILL HAVE TO ADJUST IF YOU ARE USING NIC.. yuck) I have not tried it in larger batches yet.. This was shake n vape ready, by the way. In 8.5 ml base (VG/PG, I used 70/30 or so) add: 16 drops Capella Blueberry Jam 8 drops Capella Blueberry 8 drops Capella Jelly Candy 8 drops Capella Blue Raspberry Cotton Candy 8 drops Capella Green Apple 1 drop Capella Spearmint Now, here's the kicker.. I learned this from my vape shop buddy who's been making juice for 8 years now.. The industry doesn't have it quite right on the properties of VG and PG. While it is true the VG is more viscous and can produce more vapor, it is also slower to heat, which actually slows that process back down.. PG is thinner, so it will cook off faster, meaning it will vape quicker, but it will also get hotter faster, causing that throat hit everyone talks about from PG. Here's the SCIENCE on the two liquids though.. The PG is a better carrier for the flavor because it is a molecule that is receptive to the type of molecular structure the flavor is bound in, unlike the VG, which is why we have to steep in recipes with large amounts of VG. Ironically, flavor added to pure PG will essentially shake and mix and with a warm soak will be totally blended in just a few minutes. Now, the PG and the VG blend well together because they are a compatible type of suspension liquid, although they are bound by different molecular chains. In short, what you want to do is separate your vg and pg, do the math from 8.5 ml of base.. 30 percent of 8.5 mils is what? that's how much PG you need to grab and put in your bottle and add all that flavor above to it. What happens is, when the flavor blends with the PG and the PG absorbs one of the components of the flavor to bind it, it actually amplifies the flavor, compounding it and enhancing it. Take that mixture to a warm bath and steep it for about 10 or 20 minutes and add the rest of the VG to your heated mixture. The smell should be distinct.. and it should smell just like you intended it to. After you have it all mixed together, shake the crud out of it until it's all full of bubbles, grab your device and give it a rip.. let me know what you think.. Oh, and if you don't believe all the junk above, make it both ways.. put the flavor in a vg/pg solution and steep it for 3 days.. make the other batch like I said.. flavor in the pg first until it's mixed then add the vg and tell me that the flavor is not more powerful that way. I LOVE SCIENCE!!!