Discussion in 'DIY E-Liquid' started by FranC, May 27, 2018.
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And I thought Siberian Tigers were huge.
Vape train. I don’t think I have the bourbon. I don’t usually like booze flavors.
Anyone have a suggestion to some button top 18650 batteries? I'm looking to replace the crappy ones that came with my wireless keyboard for my PC with Samsung 30Qs 3000 mAh button tops. Mahs more important than amps, as the keyboard doesn't draw much. I know my flat samsung 30Qs are most excellent for my Squids, but maybe theres a higher capacity 18650 I should be looking at.
I'm trying the RY4 Double and Cream Brulee I mixed and steeped for a week, not bad!
Edit: Hours later I am loving this! Can't believe I nailed right off the bat but it is GREAT! OK I am going to bed, been playing a video game with my SIL.
There are some that are 3500 but I’ve never tried them. Take a look at the imr batteries website.
I just about can’t move...everything hurts.
Here is the recipe I was talking about yesterday. Not my recipe...I just copied it down along the way from somewhere.
Dinner Lady A Lemon Tart Remix
TFA 1% Bavarian Cream
INW 0.5% Biscuit
FA 1.5% Custard
CAP 0.3% Golden Butter
TFA 2% Graham Cracker Clear
CAP 1% Juicy Lemon
FW 3% Lemon Meringue Pie
FA 3% Lemon Sicily
FA 1.5% Meringue
TFA 0.75% Sweetener
Sounds so good to me.
Headed to Walmart before I start back in the yard for my final day of my working vacation.
Way too many flavors for me. Good luck.
Really enjoy that recipe – vaping it right now. Not quite Dinner Lady Lemon Tart, but one of the closest I’ve tried.
I usually boost the TFA Graham Cracker Clear to 2.5% and add TFA Acetyl Pyrazine at 0.5% to give a little more bakery taste like the Dinner Lady. And I think I’ve removed the sweetener (have to check my notes), but do enjoy the original rendition.
LOVE Dinner Lady Lemon Tart – probably my favorite e-juice. But it fetches a high price here in Canada, so I usually only purchase it during holiday sales. It does not last long!
Good morning random folks Have you any plans today?
Checking for Dinner Lady Lemon Tart sales.
Tax time in Canada and our eleventeen year old Prime Minster has just sent me a nice sized refund! Which he should given all the Justin Bieber CD’s I’ve paid for him. So doing a little window shopping, mods, RBA’s, flavourings etc.
Good morning, Fran and all.
Same old stuff for me. I ache from dragging heavy boxes around. So glad when this is done. I should just throw everything out, it would be easier.
Good morning mixers! Happy Monday!
I'm going to have to try that.
I really enjoy it. Made several batches and toyed a little with the percentages. I also scale back the FA Lemon Sicily to 2.5%. I find the Lemon Sicily to be very strong and at 3% I found it a tad over powering. But it does mellow with a longer steep. I suffer from severe instant gratification disorder (or IGD for short) so I’m an impatient steeper. I enjoy it without steeping but it does get better with age. A good 2 weeks and it comes to form.YMMV!
Funny cause I increase the lemon Sicily in that and the lemon crumble recipe.
Not really if you always remember we all have different tastes. I guess it is funny but understandable also.
Lemon Crumble recipe? You are sparking my lemony interests. Pls share.
That is a lot of flavors. If I was going to make that then I'd probably sub the FA custard for a different one unless it's supposed to be custard premium and I would think that it would need a steep so would be concerned with the lemon sicily fading while it steeped. I'd probably use FE lemon instead or a lemon trinity. One other thing, I wonder why they used lemon meringue pie instead of lemon meringue tart? I'm definitely no expert. Just ideas that run through my mind.
Will do once I get moved and unpack. Or you can search, it isn't my recipe except for the tweaks.
Who makes lemon mer. Tart? I don't have that one.
Vape train makes it and it's used in the "best lemon meringue pie" recipe that I like very much.
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