Discussion in 'DIY E-Liquid' started by FranC, May 27, 2018.
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Hope there’s something you like.
I checked earlier and the only one available was 4oz. I’ll check again.
DiyorDie has a mango sticky rice recipe [by Shyndo], which I'm going to make soon, and which sounds good.
Just checked. They have 30ml
I have that one (DL rice pudding) It's supposed to be strawberry but I didn't get much of that (but I'm "strawberry blind") I really love the rice pudding part... so smooth and mellow... I just added some of my own strawberry flavor to it.
So I've been watching a video on bananas... many different applications for that (I actually like peanut butter banana)
I'm very interested in any ideas to use banana (like most fruits, it seems you have to combine at least two to get a decent balance) I also love banana nut bread but have already decided on TFA for that (and so easy... a single flavor that is all you need)
So a long time ago I got TFA chai tea (which I like in real life) It was good at first but very quickly burned out on it (I should have added some cream because I do that with real tea... and maybe something sweet) I have not touched it since but ready to try again. I have made homemade chai spice and even tried it with coffee (with sugar/cream) so I have two pre-made cappucinno juices I'm going to try it with (both are sweet and creamy) Will post my results soon. Anyone else have opinions or suggestions for chai tea flavor?
I might even try a version with chocolate too (OK, I guess I'm still doing a few crazy ideas )
I wonder what it would be like with a lemonade.
I can only tell you from real world experience that chai and chocolate do not go well IRL. I have that chai flavor but have not attempted it yet but my instinct would be to add cream. After vaping a premade eggnog flavor I made way too much and I burned out quick. I bet some cream would improve it immensely. That and diluting it I seem to have hit the DIY tongue where all the flavors seem crazy strong. Etc.
This is one of my favorite recipes for banana. It's called banana leche:
Banana FE 1%
Banana cream TFA 4%
Bavarian Cream TFA 1.5%
Cheesecake Graham Crust TFA 3%
Dulce de Leche JF 1%
Graham Cracker clear TFA 1.5%
Sugar Cookie Cap v1 2%
Super Sweet Cap .5%
The base is the magic in this mix. I subtract all the bananas out and put Brazilian Coffee Wf along with coffee milk froth VTA for a delicious milky coffee. I also use it with Caramel Rice Crispy Treat at 5% and Sweet Rice FE .75% for a close to perfect rice crispy treat mix. I think the base itself is very versatile.
Not a flavor, another recipe that can be tweaked to your liking:
"Strength: 6 mg
Flavor total: 1.41 ml / 1.41g (4.7%)
Notes Careful with the honey!
For more tea-flavor add up to 2% Black Tea (FA).
Shake and vape!"
I'm not a Chai vaper (or drinker), but his recipes are usually good.
ETA: FA Honey is extremely potent and sweet. I first ordered it to sweeten my tea vapes and I found that almost any amount of Honey was too much for me. For a 5 ml sample mix, I just dip a toothpick in Honey and then stick it into my eliquid. That's all it takes. But now I prefer to sweeten my teas with a little fruit (pear or peach, mostly).
Good morning mixers. I woke way too early for some reason. Definitely going to go back to bed soon. I want to experiment with some lime yogurt mixes today and possibly even get my last two orders put away and mix a few sft of new flavors.
Good morning,hitt Sounds like a good plan.
I liked the Chia Tea flavor long ago. Bought too much and ended up burning out on it. Don’t remember if I added any cream but I don’t think so.
Good morning random folks Have you any plans today?
Yes, mixing. Plenty of NETs. Running out of bakery/ sweets. Like none left
I think I got a little more sleep but am fully awake now. I have been using a little of the 10ml mix of green banana each morning trying to use it use it up. I’m not ready to give up on it yet. I want to think of a recipe to use it in where the banana isn’t the forward flavor.
It’s good to hear from you. Have you just been busy working? Any new bakery recipes you’re planning on mixing?
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