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Killer Juice - DIY Recipes

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  1. juggalofisher88

    juggalofisher88 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mmm sounds good.
    So far my diy dew flavors are gonna need probably 60/40 flavor mix and upped to 15% flavor.

    The clove one is pretty decent but still looking for a more creamier flavor, I'm thinking more vanilla less caramel less sweetener and some marshmellow... Anywhos I'll post more when I have new batches gotta vape through these cause I'm outta bottles lol

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  2. Symbiotic Biorhythms

    Symbiotic Biorhythms Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 8, 2013
    Santa Barbara, CA
    A couple drops of cream cheese might help with that. Or cheesecake, which is pretty much cream cheese, lemon, and sweetener.
     
  3. juggalofisher88

    juggalofisher88 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Cool thanks will tRy once I order some more flavors (and shakes lol) for now I'll have to try some MM... and to think I was eyeballing the cheescake pretty hard

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  4. Xanadu78

    Xanadu78 Full Member

    Jun 19, 2014
    DC
    So I've made quite a few "sample size" mixes I'm letting steep for a couple of weeks before trying....(About 20 "Mixes" and 5 "one" flavorings)

    I tried one mix yesterday (custard/vanilla/marshmallow) and it was so bad, I decided to just put them up and give them time.....

    Today I finished off the last of the samples sizes I wanted to mix up, and one smelled so good I fired it up....

    Lemon Cookie
    12ml Base
    1.5ml Lemon
    1.0ml Pancake
    0.5ml Custard
    3-5 micro drops Sweetener (18 guage needle dropper) Probable equals about 1-2 regular eyedropper drops. (I would start with 1 if using an eyedropper, sweetener tends to be potent)

    (Makes one full 15 ml sample @ around 20% flavor.....I went with 0.5 ml flavoring per 2ml of base, the math is easier and I tend to like more flavor in my mixes)

    Still very peppery (12mg NIC is more than the 6/9 I usually smoke, and it's very fresh so I expected that)

    Tastes is like a warm lemon/maple cookie, actually finished the whole tank even though it had the NIC "pepper" kick too it....

    Can't wait to see where it's at in a few weeks...

    I added sweetener after the first few *puffs*, (one micro drop of sweetener to the 2.5ml tank using an 18 guage needle drop cap) because the lemon needed a bit of sweet. So that should transfer to 3-5 micro drops of sweetener to the the full 15ml bottle.
     
  5. skimmer02

    skimmer02 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 7, 2014
    Leander,TX,USA
    Keep these coming, this is great! I really like to see these recipes and ideas. I'm still trying to figure out some good combos and right percentages.
     
  6. Xanadu78

    Xanadu78 Full Member

    Jun 19, 2014
    DC
    I can put my other "mix" recipes up if you guys wanna see....but I'm not sure if they will actually turn out any good....

    I just went by smelling the flavorings and working on flavor *mixes* I know I tend to like....
     
  7. juggalofisher88

    juggalofisher88 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    So to update my last post
    My diy dews flavors at 15% flavor/ 85% base
    50/50 citrus dew/ orange, or cherry or lime. Turned out pretty good nice and crisp.
    Still working on my clove one. Next batch will be
    40% clove
    15% cheescake
    20% caramel
    10% vanilla
    5% cotton candy
    Using a 15% flavor mix.
    Wish me luck
     
  8. juggalofisher88

    juggalofisher88 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Crap I made the above clove mix, and 4 others while drinking last night and can only remember what's in 1 other.... time for some smell/taste tests lol

    *Edit* Crap I didn't make that clove mix either it was a diffrent mix with no cotton candy...
     
  9. CJHacker

    CJHacker Full Member Verified Member

    Apr 29, 2014
    West Fargo, ND, USA
    What can we use as a suitable "sweetener"? I don't see anything listed on the site yet and I just ordered up some base and favors to play around with.
     
  10. Symbiotic Biorhythms

    Symbiotic Biorhythms Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 8, 2013
    Santa Barbara, CA
    50% Blueberry
    25% Lemon
    25% Cream Cheese

    So dang delicious.
     
  11. atroph

    atroph Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 23, 2014
    Chesapeake, VA
    What is your flavor % target?
     
  12. Symbiotic Biorhythms

    Symbiotic Biorhythms Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 8, 2013
    Santa Barbara, CA
    To be honest, 30%. Anything below 25% I can not taste.

    I started mixing at 15%, and everything I did tasted exactly the same as each other. It wasn't until 25-30 that I could actually discern any flavors.

    Oddly enough, other diy's I have tried didn't require nearly as much flavoring. So I'm not sure if it's the nic mix, or the flavorings, or a combination of both.

    I'm in no way knocking this company's products, I just don't think I will get any more diy stuff from them personally.
     
  13. Kemosabe

    Kemosabe Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Sep 21, 2011
    Roe Dylin
    Killer is my favorite flavoring ever. And I've tried a lot of companies. I kept striking out, aside for a few winners. Very few. But killer is like a breath of fresh air. So excited I found what I was looking for.
     
  14. SpyderBite

    SpyderBite Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 30, 2011
    Sedona, AZ
    Although Pomegranate was removed as a pre-mixed option; it is still available as a diy flavor!

    I took advantage of This opportunity and mixed a fantastic Pomegranate-Watermelon-Vanilla this past week. It turned out great. I used a 7/4/7% with vanilla being 4% as it merely in the recipe to soften the tartness of the pomegranate. :)
     
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