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Title: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on September 18, 2010, 05:12:39 PM
Recipes are included with the e Juice Me Up eliquid software. Download at http://breaktru.com/ejuicemeup.zip
Or make your own blends. Share recipe files with your friends or Forum members. The recipes that you create are saved in the folder that you installed the software in. The default folder is C:\Program Files(x86)\Breaktru Software\eJuice Me Up
The files end with the extensions ".rec" and ".rec2"  Just copy them or send via email to friends or forum members.


I highly recommend making these flavors:

(http://ejuice.breaktru.com/images/ejuice_flav_50per.jpg)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: tommygun on October 16, 2010, 04:19:01 PM
Can I send you recipes that I create?
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: dannyboy on October 16, 2010, 04:29:54 PM
Can I send you recipes that I create?

I'd like to swap recipes with you tommy. PM me.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on October 29, 2010, 01:44:35 PM
Can I send you recipes that I create?
Yes Tommy, email me your recipe files
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Brian9523 on October 29, 2010, 05:21:48 PM
Breaktru, When I access your web page with the recipe files with Firefox, I see it as a text file. I tried with my IE browser and it was fine. I was able to select Save As and copy it to my eJuice Me Up folder of my HD.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on October 29, 2010, 05:23:29 PM
Breaktru, When I access your web page with the recipe files with Firefox, I see it as a text file. I tried with my IE browser and it was fine. I was able to select Save As and copy it to my eJuice Me Up folder of my HD.
Brian,
On the page before you got to the recipes it explains how to if this happens:

If clicking on the .rec file opens as text, either Right click it and select
"Save Link As" or hold down "Alt" key while left clicking on .rec file.

Click this link and
Browse for recipe file
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Brian9523 on October 29, 2010, 05:32:13 PM
Thanks, right clicking worked fine.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Avamil on March 10, 2011, 05:49:51 PM
I tried your original recipes that were simply delightful. Nemo, BeetleJuice and Hurricane. Did a little tweaking to taste.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on March 26, 2011, 07:28:47 PM
The recipes below are included in the eJuice Me Up Software.............

FlavourArt Flavoring was used for the recipes.

Bahama Mama:
5% Orange
3% Mango
5% Pineapple
6% Pina Colada or Coconut
(http://ejuice.breaktru.com/images/bahama_mama.png)
(http://ejuice.breaktru.com/images/bahma_index.jpg)

Flamingo Recipe:
Strawberry 8%
Peach 7%
Coconut 3%
(http://ejuice.breaktru.com/images/flamingo.png)

Nemo:
9% Watermelon
7% Mango
3% Lemon
(http://ejuice.breaktru.com/images/nemo.png)

Fuzzy Navel:
9% Orange
7% Mango or Peaches and Cream
(http://ejuice.breaktru.com/images/fuzzy_navel.png)

Lemon Zest:
Vanilla 12%
Lemon 3%
(http://ejuice.breaktru.com/images/lemon_zest.png)

Beetle Juice:
Raspberry 5%
Mango 3%
Pineapple 5%
Strawberry 6%
(http://ejuice.breaktru.com/images/beetle_juice.png)

Hurricane
Amaretto 7%
Mango 5%
Pineapple 5%
(http://ejuice.breaktru.com/images/hurricane.png)

Gremlin:
9% Raspberry
7% Mango
3% Lemon
(http://ejuice.breaktru.com/images/gremlin.png)

Dreamsicle:
8% Orange (FA)
8% Vanilla Classic (FA)

Peach Tobacco:
2% Dark Vapure or 4% Cuban Supreme (FA)
15% Peach or Peaches and Cream (FA)
(http://ejuice.breaktru.com/images/peach_tobacco.png)

Sex On The Beach:
5% Peach
10% Cranberry or Pineapple
5% Orange

Sex On The Pool Table:
5% Peach
5% Raspberry
5% Meleon
5% Grapefruit

Cinnamon Apple Danish Swirl
12% Apple (FA)
6% Cinnamon Danish Swirl (Capella)
(http://ejuice.breaktru.com/images/cin_apple.png)


Print these labels: http://breaktru.com/smf/index.php/topic,305.0.html (http://breaktru.com/smf/index.php/topic,305.0.html)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on March 27, 2011, 02:47:32 PM
Horton just submitted a wonderful new recipe
included in the eJuice Me Up Software

Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: marlow57 on April 15, 2011, 05:28:21 PM
I've been using this recipe that I found at ECF by: cloudkat

French Silk Cake Batter

    This is a modification on the Yellow Cake Batter recipe by Skwerl.

   Total Flavors = 20%

    Percentage break-down using eJuice Me Up's tool: Flavor Percentage
    7% TPA Dulce de Leche
    8% Capellas Vanilla Custard
    5% TPA/Capellas Caramel
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: marlow57 on April 15, 2011, 05:41:25 PM
Here's one from Vapor Talk Forum by kitsune:

Playing with 0 nic....

4ml PG
4ml VG
1.5ml Lorann Strawberry
1ml FlavourArt Banana
5 drops Menthol

Good throat hit at 3.7V, best throat hit at 4.5 V. Very good Vapor.
May need to add a bit more Strawberry--haven't decided yet.

Nice and refreshing type flavor....reminds me of summer
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: FluGlone on April 15, 2011, 05:46:13 PM
Twizzle (30% flavoring)
3mls
PG or VG (no nicotine) 42 drops (50/50 mix)
8 drops strawberry (LorAnn flavor)
10 drops Red Licorice (LorAnn flavor)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Poppy26 on April 19, 2011, 10:42:27 AM
That Twizzle was good Flu..
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: breaktru_software on April 27, 2011, 05:04:53 PM
JuiceJunkie from ECF just sent me two wonderful sounding recipes. I didn't taste them as yet but they sound real good.
See links to the files for the eJuice Me Up calculator.

Right click link and "Save Link As". Save it to your "Breaktru Software\eJuice Me Up" folder
Melon Punch
http://breaktru.com/recipes/Melon Punch.rec (http://breaktru.com/recipes/Melon Punch.rec)
and
Black Cherry DK
http://breaktru.com/recipes/Black Cherry DK.rec (http://breaktru.com/recipes/Black Cherry DK.rec)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: geothee on April 30, 2011, 07:17:58 PM
Hey Mon, just love your Bahama Mama, mon
Real Tropical.. reminds me of the Caribbean
(http://www.travelagentcentral.com/files/travelagent/nodes/2010/19741/caribbean_0.jpg)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: breakstuff on May 05, 2011, 11:43:38 AM
+1 for Bahama Mama, Yummy
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on May 05, 2011, 03:51:17 PM
I just made a change to the Bahama Mama recipe.
I ran out of Pina Colada so:
I substituted the Pina Colada for Coconut. Wow. This new batch I made is really fantastic, I must say!
I don't like vaping one flavor too long, but this one is the one I will vape all day long for sure.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: vapertina on June 08, 2011, 11:22:05 AM
I just made a change to the Bahama Mama recipe.
I ran out of Pina Colada so:
I substituted the Pina Colada for Coconut. Wow. This new batch I made is really fantastic, I must say!
I don't like vaping one flavor too long, but this one is the one I will vape all day long for sure.

Not sure which one I like best, Bahama Mama with Pina Colada or Coconut. Both are very good.
A+ for Flamingo as well.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: charming on June 19, 2011, 09:43:19 AM
The recipes below are included in the eJuice Me Up Software.............


Bahama Mama:
4% Orange
3% Mango
5% Pineapple
6% Pina Colada

Flamingo Recipe:
Strawberry 8%
Peach 7%
Coconut 3%

Nemo:
9% Watermelon
7% Mango
3% Lemon

Fuzzy Navel:
9% Orange
7% Mango

Lemon Zest:
Vanilla 12%
Lemon 3%

Beetle Juice:
Raspberry 5%
Mango 3%
Pineapple 5%
Strawberry 6%

Hurricane
Amaretto 7%
Mango 5%
Pineapple 5%

I have made all of the recipes above and have found them extremely delicious.
Great recipes. Can't wait for more to try. There are so many in your software. Need to buy more flavoring.
Thanks breaktru
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: missyvape on June 20, 2011, 07:21:31 PM
I love all of your fruity concoctions breaktru. Perfect summer blends.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Brian9523 on June 24, 2011, 04:24:26 PM
I love all of your fruity concoctions breaktru. Perfect summer blends.

Ditto Missy, not only for summer but anytime of the year.
I'm really enjoying these breaktru created flavors.
Splendid mixture of flavor combinations.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: DRA on July 01, 2011, 10:08:17 PM
I just love the Bahama Mama, Nemo, and Beetle Juice. Great DIY eJuice. Haven't tried the others as yet.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: shirl on July 04, 2011, 07:03:33 AM
Orange Chocolate
7% Double Chocolate (capella's)
10%  Orange (Flavourart)
1% Honey (Flavourart)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: breakstuff on July 04, 2011, 09:31:28 AM
Orange Chocolate sound good shirl.

I haven't had much success creating my own recipes. They seem quite bad no matter how I tweak them.
However I tried a couple of breaktru's fruity mixes and I have to say... WOW.
Especially the Flamingo, Nemo and my favorite... Bahama Mama
Title: Seaweed Juice
Post by: asnider123 on July 05, 2011, 08:53:10 AM
Arrr Matey

I want to make some Seaweed Juice, don't know what a pleasing mixture would be. It is also known as Navy Grog and was carried onboard pirate ships so the crew could avoid scurvy, a deficiency of vitamin C which occurred from extended cruises.

Perhaps someone can suggest proper percentages for ingredients. Main ingredients are:

Rum
Honey
Pineapple
Orange
Grapefruit

Thanks, Arrrrrrrr Matey
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: deb on July 06, 2011, 01:45:51 PM
DEBS HONEYBLU

TFA-HONEYSUCKLE...5%
TFA-BLUEBERRY ........10%
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: deb on July 06, 2011, 06:38:10 PM


Horton just submitted a wonderful new recipe:
See attached.


this is delicious! ( tinas ny strawberry cheesecake)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Aromaz on July 07, 2011, 06:30:40 AM
DEBS HONEYBLU

TFA-HONEYSUCKLE...5%
TFA-BLUEBERRY ........10%

Sounds yummy Deb.
I need to get the honeysuckle first so I can whip up a batch.
Thanks for sharing.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: cccsteel on July 14, 2011, 07:09:33 AM
DEBS HONEYBLU

TFA-HONEYSUCKLE...5%
TFA-BLUEBERRY ........10%

Deb,
I tried your HoneyBlu and think it's just wonderful
Good work Girl! :D
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: michamer on July 30, 2011, 09:16:32 AM
I made 6 of your mentioned 7 flavors above and I have to say they are the best eJuice that I have made and they are even better than the premixed stuff I have been buying from vendors. I used mostly Flavourart and find it more flavorful and closer to the real flavors. No chemical after taste.

I didn't make your Hurricane because I couldn't find any Amaretta flavoring.
Hats off to you breaktru.

Hey, I see that today you become a Veteran at ECF. Congrats to you my friend. Happy Veterans Day.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on July 30, 2011, 10:05:09 AM
Thank you michammer,
Capella and Lorann have Amaretto flavors.
Just whipped up 7 batches yesterday of my yummy fruit flavors. Boy I go thru a lot of this stuff
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: shanen35 on August 22, 2011, 06:48:58 PM
The recipes below are included in the eJuice Me Up Software.............

FlavourArt Flavoring was used for the recipes.

Bahama Mama:
4% Orange
3% Mango
5% Pineapple
6% Pina Colada or Coconut
(http://ejuice.breaktru.com/images/bahama_mama.png)

I have made a lot of juices, but this absolutely, positively is the best juice I've ever made and even the best I've ever vaped.
Thank you so much breaktru.
I adjusted the flavoring percentage a bit stronger for even more flavoring. The coconut is the bomb!
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on September 20, 2011, 03:16:42 PM
I've been vaping my fruity recipes for a couple of months now exclusively, day and night. I started not to appreciate the flavor as I did a while ago so I switch to a new one I made  :stirpot: called Vanilla Tobacco. It's quite good and different.
After a couple of hours of that I switched back to my Beetle Juice and Wow  :cheer: I rediscovered the fruity exotic flavors.
I think I stumbled on something. When you tire of a fruity flavor, switch to something totally different like a tobacco mix and then switch back.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: vapemistress on October 02, 2011, 02:26:36 PM
Good tip
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: vaperkarma on October 21, 2011, 07:24:17 AM
I've been vaping my fruity recipes for a couple of months now exclusively, day and night. I started not to appreciate the flavor as I did a while ago so I switch to a new one I made  :stirpot: called Vanilla Tobacco. It's quite good and different.
After a couple of hours of that I switched back to my Beetle Juice and Wow  :cheer: I rediscovered the fruity exotic flavors.
I think I stumbled on something. When you tire of a fruity flavor, switch to something totally different like a tobacco mix and then switch back.

I agree. Change up is good for the taste buds
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: marlow57 on November 23, 2011, 10:33:40 AM
I've been using the eJuice Me Up calculator from day one and have upgraded as the new versions are released.
I have come to love and rely on this calculator for all my DIY mixing.

I have noticed and would like to point out to others that new recipes are on the Recipe web page that may not be in the calculator yet until the new version is released. I check the page often for new recipes.
Just my 2 cents  :2cents:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: vaporhead on November 29, 2011, 03:57:33 PM
I just discovered the Peach Tobacco which is a recipe by breaktru that's include in the eJuice Me Up calculator. I think this will be my all day vape.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: bamsbbq on December 06, 2011, 09:55:47 AM
Bams Basic Eggnog

mixed 70/30 PG/VG
 
start 60mg
 target 24mg
 final amount 10ml
 
4 ml      80 drops       40%     60mg Nic juice
.2 ml      4 drops        2%       PG
 3 ml     60 drops      30%      VG
 1.5 ml  30 drops      15%      LorAnn ButterRum
 1 ml     20 drops      10%      LorAnn Eggnog
 .3 ml      6 drops       3%      FA Marshmallow

this is not an overly sweet eggnog. just a basic eggnog that isnt overwhelmed with nutmeg.

next round will be sweet and creamy flavored.
 
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on December 06, 2011, 11:00:54 AM
Bams Basic Eggnog

mixed 70/30 PG/VG
 
start 60mg
 target 24mg
 final amount 10ml
 
4 ml      80 drops       40%     60mg Nic juice
.2 ml      4 drops        2%       PG
 3 ml     60 drops      30%      VG
 1.5 ml  30 drops      15%      LorAnn ButterRum
 1 ml     20 drops      10%      LorAnn Eggnog
 .3 ml      6 drops       3%      FA Marshmallow

this is not an overly sweet eggnog. just a basic eggnog that isnt overwhelmed with nutmeg.

next round will be sweet and creamy flavored.
 

Sounds delicious.
Perfect recipe for the up coming holidays.
Thanks Bam for posting it.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: n2tkd on December 09, 2011, 09:26:40 AM
You guys rock, so much great information :thewave:
Title: Need help finding a recipe for Tootie Fruity
Post by: Sweet-Vapors on December 11, 2011, 04:26:20 PM
I need a good recipe to use TPA tootie-fruity in. I am not liking this concentrate at all, but maybe just me.

I get more toot than fruit no matter what I mix it in

 :wallbash:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on December 11, 2011, 04:43:57 PM
I need a good recipe to use TPA tootie-fruity in. I am not liking this concentrate at all, but maybe just me.

I get more toot than fruit no matter what I mix it in

 :wallbash:

Haven't tried it but here's a suggestion about mixing it w/ red bull:
http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/general-e-smoking-discussion/158341-flavors-arent-sweet-but-rich-tasty-help.html#post2596207 (http://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/forum/general-e-smoking-discussion/158341-flavors-arent-sweet-but-rich-tasty-help.html#post2596207)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Sweet-Vapors on December 11, 2011, 09:47:09 PM
well, that is someone who bought a TF mix from another supplier and doesn't like it LOL. I'm now seeing why it is hard to find. This might mix well with draino!
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on December 13, 2011, 09:21:55 AM
Sex on The Beach

Recipe:

5% Peach
10% Cranberry or Pineapple
5% Orange

Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on December 13, 2011, 09:23:26 AM
Sex on The Pool Table

Recipe:

5% Peach
5% Raspberry
5% Meleon
5% Grapefruit
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: bamsbbq on December 13, 2011, 04:41:14 PM
sometimes simple is good.

Someone passed a bottle of this on to me and i have been vaping it on and off for the last 3 days.

its a very simple recipe

Bavarian Cream using Loranns

It is 20% flavoring and a mix of pg and vg (20/80).high Vg why the flavoring is so high

from the person i got it from...


Quote
It is vapable right at the start, it works its way to alarming after about two, two and a half weeks, then it hits a point where is smooths right back out with some different notes.

Kind of hard to explain. There might be a few drops of vodka in there to thin it out, that I really can't be sure of, and if there is vodka, then it would have a bit of ethyl maltol in it. Sorry, I am not certain on that part, but if there is, it wouldn't be much. 

i have mixed this with some coffee liquid i have made and it tastes good, i have also mixed this with the eggnog recipe i posted earlier and it does well with that.

Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: bamsbbq on December 18, 2011, 01:43:49 AM
i did this one in drops because i was experimenting and it seemed to work well..lol

Bam's Creamy Eggnog

24mg
10ml final

80 drops 60mg Nic juice(i use PG based)
4 drops PG
54 drops  VG
25 drops LA Butter Rum
20 drops 10% LorAnn Eggnog
5 drops LA Bavarian Cream
11 drops Flavor Apprentice Whipped Cream



Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: bamsbbq on December 28, 2011, 03:22:43 PM
Peanut Butter Delight - my take on Reese's Pieces

been playing with this one for a bit...hope you enjoy it
 
i mix mine 40pg/60vg for this recipe...my nic is vg as well
 
TPA. Peanut Butter - 8%
 TPA Double Chocolate - 6%
 Flavor Art Caramel - 4%
 TFA -Marshmallow - 2%
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on December 28, 2011, 03:55:12 PM
Thanks bam for your contributions to the Recipe thread. They both sound delightful.  :thankyou:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Todd on January 02, 2012, 08:51:31 PM
Feeling under the weather today, liquid not tasting quite right so I mixed up some cinnamon redhot from TPA.  It tastes like Redhot candy.

Mix at 17% by itself; pretty tasty; like big red gum or redhot candy.  Any other recipe ideas with this flavoring would be appreciated.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: djamwolfe on January 06, 2012, 10:04:49 AM
I call this Djams Red Rum!!

10% Jamaican Rum (TPA)
5% Red Bull (TPA)

Also if you reverse those it tastes just like a pixie stick!!
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Sweet-Vapors on January 06, 2012, 07:38:41 PM
Steve's Root Beer (ME) is
15% TPA Root Beer
5% TPA Sweet Cream
1.5% TPA wintergreen
1% PGA

This has been one that I have been hooked on since I made it last week. The wintergreen is an outstanding flavor enhancer in this one. Might even try a tiny bit less wintergreen, but this has been great for me as is. I was going to make another and use Cola flavor in it, but have been vaping this 30ml bottle and loving it
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on January 06, 2012, 07:50:02 PM
You guys have been posting some nice sounding recipes, got to start adding them to the eJuice Me Up calc if it's alright with you.
Let me know if anyone objects.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: bamsbbq on January 06, 2012, 09:12:08 PM
tis alright with me
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: bamsbbq on January 22, 2012, 11:40:46 AM
Chocolate Frosted Vanilla Cupcakes

20% Flavor West Vanilla Cupcake
2% Chocolate Fudge(i used an unnamed vendor use any you like)
1% Vanilla Nut(again unnamed vendor)
1% EM

percentages seem a little high because FW flavors like these are generally weaker in flavor
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Dznutz on January 22, 2012, 06:24:48 PM
Chocolate Frosted Vanilla Cupcakes

20% Flavor West Vanilla Cupcake
2% Chocolate Fudge(i used an unnamed vendor use any you like)
1% Vanilla Nut(again unnamed vendor)
1% EM

percentages seem a little high because FW flavors like these are generally weaker in flavor

I'll take one of those and anything else you are willing to part with  :D j/k sounds good  :yes"
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: bamsbbq on January 23, 2012, 12:58:36 AM
i have made a few different ones...some recipes i just wont share yet..lol

i have sent out a few of these samples before and got asked the same question...why arent you selling these liquids?

simple answer...too many vendors in the market..i may be selling some liquid locally in the near future though..if that goes well, i will try my hand at it...the only thing is i am not a tobacco kind of person so i cant mixed those..guess i might need taste testers eventually..lol

I'll take one of those and anything else you are willing to part with  :D j/k sounds good  :yes"
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Dznutz on January 23, 2012, 03:39:04 AM
I just sell juice to the few people I got hooked on it anyways  :thumbsup: but I don't make very much off a bottle, $1.28 is what I profit from it  :D

Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Dznutz on February 14, 2012, 12:04:19 AM
Cinnamon Gummy Bears

8% GummiBear (FW)
2%- 4% Redhots (TPA)  I vape redhots all the time so 4% for me but if you don't maybe stick with 2%
2% Stevia Clear (Sweetener)    You can use what ever sweetener you wish, I use this.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Dznutz on February 20, 2012, 06:48:15 PM
I Dubbed it  "Cool Chocolate Mint"


Cool Rush (liquidXpress)  10%
Double Chocolate  7%
Menthol   1%   


Taste is awfully close to a  Andes mint.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: vapertina on April 07, 2012, 05:32:42 PM
A+ for breaktru's Peach Tobacco recipe included in the eJuice Me Up Calculator.
I cut down the Dark Vapure from 3% to 2%. It's quite strong at 3%.

2% Dark Vapure FA
15% Peaches and Cream or Peach
60% PG
40% VG
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on April 07, 2012, 05:52:33 PM
A+ for breaktru's Peach Tobacco recipe included in the eJuice Me Up Calculator.
I cut down the Dark Vapure from 3% to 2%. It's quite strong at 3%.

2% Dark Vapure FA
15% Peaches and Cream or Peach
60% PG
40% VG

Thanks tina, glad you like it.
I sometimes use Cuban Supreme by FA in place of the Dark Vapure. Pretty good also.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on April 07, 2012, 11:58:45 PM
sounds good think I'll try it  :popcorn:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Sweet-Vapors on April 23, 2012, 10:12:29 PM
Made a new one today that seems pretty good. I call it Cool Runnings

All TPA flavorings Might need some tweaking, but here it is
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on April 23, 2012, 10:26:15 PM
Made a new one today that seems pretty good. I call it Cool Runnings

All TPA flavorings Might need some tweaking, but here it is


Very good. Thanks for posting. Got to give a try. Also got the reference of the name  :laughing2: could also of been the Jamaican Bob Sled
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Sweet-Vapors on April 23, 2012, 11:21:33 PM
Very good. Thanks for posting. Got to give a try. Also got the reference of the name  :laughing2: could also of been the Jamaican Bob Sled

There is always that chance LOL :rockin smiley:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Sweet-Vapors on April 28, 2012, 07:14:49 PM
Feeling under the weather today, liquid not tasting quite right so I mixed up some cinnamon redhot from TPA.  It tastes like Redhot candy.

Mix at 17% by itself; pretty tasty; like big red gum or redhot candy.  Any other recipe ideas with this flavoring would be appreciated.

Try 10% TPA Cinnamon Red hots and 6% TPA Sweet Cream. This will get you the candy CRH flavor. You can put a little PGA in it as well

Happy Vaping!
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on May 22, 2012, 06:48:04 PM
Not yet in the calculator but can be downloaded from the Recipe database.

Banana Nog:

3% Dulce De Leche
6% Banana
6% Vanilla

Adjust to taste
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on May 22, 2012, 06:51:05 PM
Not yet in the calculator but can be downloaded from the Recipe database.

Passion Fruit Mojitos:

14% Passion Fruit
2% Rum
1% Mint
3% Lime

Adjust to taste
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: vapemistress on May 22, 2012, 07:06:21 PM
Not yet in the calculator but can be downloaded from the Recipe database.

Passion Fruit Mojitos:

14% Passion Fruit
2% Rum
1% Mint
3% Lime

Adjust to taste

This is something I just have to try.  :yes"
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: jomurp on May 23, 2012, 05:42:10 PM
Not yet in the calculator but can be downloaded from the Recipe database.

Banana Nog:

3% Dulce De Leche
6% Banana
6% Vanilla

Adjust to taste

I like banana. Got to try it.
May also try it with banana cream  ;cheers;
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: eve413 on June 01, 2012, 07:08:40 PM
Made a new one today that seems pretty good. I call it Cool Runnings

All TPA flavorings Might need some tweaking, but here it is

Sound delicious got to try this one.  :thankyou:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: shanen35 on June 09, 2012, 01:53:10 PM
Not yet in the calculator but can be downloaded from the Recipe database.

Passion Fruit Mojitos:

14% Passion Fruit
2% Rum
1% Mint
3% Lime

Adjust to taste

Made this yesterday and it was quite interesting. Actually not quite bad.  :thumbsup:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: shirl on June 11, 2012, 02:11:57 PM
I'm a butterscotch nut.
I tried the recipe w/ vanilla and the vanilla was not too good mixed w/ butterscotch.
First I tried Capella French Vanilla and the second batch was with FA Classic Vanilla

Any suggestlions?
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on June 11, 2012, 02:30:44 PM
I'm a butterscotch nut.
I tried the recipe w/ vanilla and the vanilla was not too good mixed w/ butterscotch.
First I tried Capella French Vanilla and the second batch was with FA Classic Vanilla

Any suggestlions?

Shirl, I have the same experiance using vanilla in my Butterscotch recipe... YUK!
I like FlavourArt Butterscotch with no vanilla.

I use to love Hopscotch sold by FreedomSmokesUSA.
I found this recipe but haven't tried it:

Hopscotch Cookie @ 20% flavor by sophie_lapin

Marshmallow 40 parts (8%)

Peanut Butter 25 parts (5%)

Butterscotch 25 parts (5%)

English Toffee 5 parts (1%)

Cotton Candy 5 parts (1%)

Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: FluGlone on July 07, 2012, 10:12:27 AM
I call this Djams Red Rum!!

10% Jamaican Rum (TPA)
5% Red Bull (TPA)

Also if you reverse those it tastes just like a pixie stick!!

sounds interesting  :thankyou:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Sweet-Vapors on July 25, 2012, 03:08:20 PM
Came up with a nice peppermint patty

15% TPA Dulce de Leche
1%   TPA peppermint
.5%  PGA (I use PGA in anything that has an oil based flavoring like peppermint)

Simple, but really tasty!
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on July 25, 2012, 03:10:54 PM
Came up with a nice peppermint patty

15% TPA Dulce de Leche
1%   TPA peppermint
.5%  PGA (I use PGA in anything that has an oil based flavoring like peppermint)

Simple, but really tasty!

Sounds good Steve,  :thankyou:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: tommygun on September 12, 2012, 07:01:30 PM
Can anyone recommend a GOOD Cherry or Wild Cherry flavoring?
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on September 15, 2012, 09:33:34 AM
Can anyone recommend a GOOD Cherry or Wild Cherry flavoring?

Sorry Tommy, I can't recommend one. Haven't found a good one yet. I've been avoiding recipes with Cherry in it until I kind one I like.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: SmokeRings on September 15, 2012, 11:27:26 AM
Can anyone recommend a GOOD Cherry or Wild Cherry flavoring?

When you find one, let me know   :yes"
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on October 20, 2012, 05:34:06 PM
Slow Comfortable Screw Up Against The Wall

10% Orange
1% Licorice (for the Galliano taste)
1% Vanilla (for the Galliano taste)
2% Peach (for the Southern Comfort taste)
2% Black Berry (for the Sloe Gin taste)
1% Everclear 190 Proof Grain Alcohol (for the kick)

Adjust to taste
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Jerseybob on October 27, 2012, 07:06:35 PM
Slow Comfortable Screw Up Against The Wall

10% Orange
1% Licorice (for the Galliano taste)
1% Vanilla (for the Galliano taste)
2% Peach (for the Southern Comfort taste)
2% Black Berry (for the Sloe Gin taste)
1% Everclear 190 Proof Grain Alcohol (for the kick)

Adjust to taste

This was a good vape. Thanks dude  :thumbsup:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Tameron on October 28, 2012, 12:30:24 PM
This was a good vape. Thanks dude  :thumbsup:

Yup +1
Had to adjust a bit  :beer-toast:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Sweet-Vapors on November 02, 2012, 07:09:22 PM
Can anyone recommend a GOOD Cherry or Wild Cherry flavoring?

Have you tried Flavor West Cherry Balsam Tobacco? It is really quite good, but I mix it 3% Cherry Balsam and 3% TPA Black Cherry
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: tommygun on November 03, 2012, 08:23:19 AM
Have you tried Flavor West Cherry Balsam Tobacco? It is really quite good, but I mix it 3% Cherry Balsam and 3% TPA Black Cherry

No I haven't but thank you for suggesting it. I will have to try some.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: kd0afk on November 18, 2012, 11:56:20 PM
I would like to know a good recipe for Flavor Apprentice's DK Tobacco. I have never tried 555 tobacco before but they say it tastes a lot like that. I really like RY4 and I think Highbrow Vapor uses DK Tobacco as a base for it. I like to mix a bit of black walnut and cheesecake (or roasted chestnut flavor before we knew it contained diacetal) in with my RY4 or DK.

Also, Anyone know how I could reproduce the flavor of "Heinz 57" in an eliquid?
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on November 19, 2012, 08:50:29 AM
I would like to know a good recipe for Flavor Apprentice's DK Tobacco. I have never tried 555 tobacco before but they say it tastes a lot like that. I really like RY4 and I think Highbrow Vapor uses DK Tobacco as a base for it. I like to mix a bit of black walnut and cheesecake (or roasted chestnut flavor before we knew it contained diacetal) in with my RY4 or DK.

Also, Anyone know how I could reproduce the flavor of "Heinz 57" in an eliquid?

I haven't tried the PA DK tobacco. They say it's strong so start at 5%.
I have a few recipes for the PA DK tobacco included in the eJuice Me Up calculator. The recipes are named:

Black Cherry DK (by JuiceJunkie)
Caramel Apple Nut Tobacco (by Todd Mulske)
Frnch Hazelnut Tobacco (by Todd Mulske)
Kentucky Blend Clone (by warbdan)
Turkish Tobacco Delight (by Todd Mulske)
Dark Tobacco Honey Light  (by Todd Mulske)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on November 20, 2012, 01:10:51 AM
I would like to know a good recipe for Flavor Apprentice's DK Tobacco. I have never tried 555 tobacco before but they say it tastes a lot like that. I really like RY4 and I think Highbrow Vapor uses DK Tobacco as a base for it. I like to mix a bit of black walnut and cheesecake (or roasted chestnut flavor before we knew it contained diacetal) in with my RY4 or DK.

Also, Anyone know how I could reproduce the flavor of "Heinz 57" in an eliquid?

Here's my recipee I call cowboy dik
2.5 mls 60mg nic
2 drops of DK
2 drops of M-Type
1.25 mls vg
1.2 mls pg

shake well and enjoy your new cowboy dik!
 ;cheers;
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: kd0afk on November 20, 2012, 01:14:39 AM
What is mtype ?
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on November 20, 2012, 01:17:35 AM
What is mtype ?

It's this

https://shop.perfumersapprentice.com/p-7322-m-type-premium-blend.aspx
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: kd0afk on November 20, 2012, 01:29:59 AM
Sounds like a very good thing. What important trying to figure out is what gives DK, or 555 it's unique flavor. I would like to try more stuff from PA. I tried some Wizard labs but never got any flavor out of anything they sold except for the 555 flavor. I was really into RY4 when i bought from them and I really liked the 555. I thought it was a more pure flavor, with no nonsense.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on November 20, 2012, 01:51:37 AM
Sounds like a very good thing. What important trying to figure out is what gives DK, or 555 it's unique flavor. I would like to try more stuff from PA. I tried some Wizard labs but never got any flavor out of anything they sold except for the 555 flavor. I was really into RY4 when i bought from them and I really liked the 555. I thought it was a more pure flavor, with no nonsense.

yup think you're goin like my Cowboy Dik!
don't know what makes DK it's a trade secret I'm sure
but hell the price is right and if ya like Cowboy Dik you can just mutiply the recipee and make a big one
I make 50mls at a time of it which is one of me standby all days
can be vaped right after shaken ;cheers;
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on November 20, 2012, 08:11:43 AM
There are many variations of RY4 recipes. Here is one with DK Tobacco.... See attached.  (Adjust to Taste)

Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: kd0afk on November 20, 2012, 10:35:47 AM
Anyone know Highbrow vapors RY4 recipe? Im kind of picky due to trying several variations and none of them good. Highbrow has become my touchstone. 
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on November 20, 2012, 11:05:35 AM
PA's asain ry4 is very good try that as well as Cowboy Dik!
Think you will love it! ;cheers;
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: kd0afk on November 20, 2012, 11:22:52 AM
PA's asain ry4 is very good try that as well as Cowboy Dik!
Think you will love it! ;cheers;
I think Asian RY4 was one of the flavors that fell short. Next time I make an order I will most certainly get some 555, M-type and tobacco flavoring. Thanks for all the help
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: kd0afk on November 22, 2012, 02:30:11 PM
I just put an order in for some PA supplies including m type and DK. Might add a couple more flavors to play around with. I'll let you know if it lives up to expectations.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: kd0afk on November 28, 2012, 02:37:53 PM
Here's my recipee I call cowboy dik
2.5 mls 60mg nic
2 drops of DK
2 drops of M-Type
1.25 mls vg
1.2 mls pg

shake well and enjoy your new cowboy dik!
 ;cheers;
What size drops are you using? I got a bunch of teeny tiny pipettes (THEY'RE SO CUTE!!!!!) and they dispense a tiny drop as opposed to the pipettes that come with other orders that give a bigger drop.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: kd0afk on November 28, 2012, 06:48:41 PM
I just mixed up a batch of the Cowboy DK. I really like it. But I had to mix it at way above the flavor strength or your recipe. Maybe others have a more sensitive pallet than mine but I am mixing my flavors at 25%. I also added some Honeysuckle to it and it add a very cool sweet floral taste.

So my recipe for "Honeysuckle Yum Yum" is:

2.5ml DK/M-Type mix
.5ml Honeysuckle
5ml VG
2.5ml 100mg/ml nic

10ml of 25mg/ml mix

I get all my stuff with as little PG as possible, I like VG way better.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Sweet-Vapors on November 28, 2012, 07:20:08 PM
I just mixed up a batch of the Cowboy DK. I really like it. But I had to mix it at way above the flavor strength or your recipe. Maybe others have a more sensitive pallet than mine but I am mixing my flavors at 25%. I also added some Honeysuckle to it and it add a very cool sweet floral taste.

So my recipe for "Honeysuckle Yum Yum" is:

1.0ml DK
1.0ml M-Type
  .5ml Honeysuckle
7.5ml 100mg/ml nic

10ml of 25mg/ml mix

I get all my stuff with as little PG as possible, I like VG way better.

Is this one using about 40mg nic level? Seems pretty high but flavors seem ok for high vg mix. 
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: kd0afk on November 28, 2012, 07:29:28 PM
Sorry about that, i fixed the post.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: kd0afk on November 28, 2012, 10:47:08 PM
Im using the cowboy dk as a base. I tried one with black sesame seed and hazelnut. Trying to find an open atty. The flavors I have to work with right now are black sesame seed, hazelnut, english toffee, honeysuckle and ry4.
The black sesame seed is very potent and lends a kind of peanut tai food, smokey flavor in very small doses.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on November 29, 2012, 01:01:58 AM
I just mixed up a batch of the Cowboy DK. I really like it. But I had to mix it at way above the flavor strength or your recipe. Maybe others have a more sensitive pallet than mine but I am mixing my flavors at 25%. I also added some Honeysuckle to it and it add a very cool sweet floral taste.

So my recipe for "Honeysuckle Yum Yum" is:

2.5ml DK/M-Type mix
.5ml Honeysuckle
5ml VG
2.5ml 100mg/ml nic

10ml of 25mg/ml mix

I get all my stuff with as little PG as possible, I like VG way better.

Glad you like my Cowboy Dik! :thumbsup:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on November 29, 2012, 01:03:24 AM
and with honeysuck you can call it Honeysuck Cowboy Dik! :laughing2:
no pun intended :beer-toast:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: kd0afk on November 30, 2012, 11:22:15 AM
A word of warning, I don't know what did it but either the black sesame seed or honeysuckle will make the mix cloud up and leaves a film inside my T3
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on November 30, 2012, 09:11:28 PM
A word of warning, I don't know what did it but either the black sesame seed or honeysuckle will make the mix cloud up and leaves a film inside my T3

That's the B.S.
 I stay away from that I have it from back when I started DIY to me it's a Dirty Flavor :yes"
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: kd0afk on December 03, 2012, 01:13:00 PM
I also found that the honeysuckle won't stay mixed.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on December 03, 2012, 11:09:44 PM
I also found that the honeysuckle won't stay mixed.

yeah me no luck with the HS either, too perfumy for me maybe needs to be very low backnote
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Johnny Vapor on January 29, 2013, 07:02:55 PM
Hi all! New member here. Vaping and analog free for two years, but just starting to DiY!   :thumbsup:

I downloaded the ejuicemeup software and it seems like a wonderful program! I can't wait to start using it!  The first batch of ejuice I would love to make is the "Bahama Mamma" listed on this forum.  I'm buying from myfreedomsmokes.com and I've found all the flavor concentrates there except "Mango" and "Orange".  The flavor suppliers on myfreedomsmokes.com are "Flavourart",  "The Flavor Apprentice" and "Lorann".  None of them have the Mango or Orange flavor concentrate.  Is there a better website to buy flavors? More selection of flavors maybe?

Thanks, and please pardon my newbness! lol
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on January 29, 2013, 07:12:34 PM
Hi all! New member here. Vaping and analog free for two years, but just starting to DiY!   :thumbsup:

I downloaded the ejuicemeup software and it seems like a wonderful program! I can't wait to start using it!  The first batch of ejuice I would love to make is the "Bahama Mamma" listed on this forum.  I'm buying from myfreedomsmokes.com and I've found all the flavor concentrates there except "Mango" and "Orange".  The flavor suppliers on myfreedomsmokes.com are "Flavourart",  "The Flavor Apprentice" and "Lorann".  None of them have the Mango or Orange flavor concentrate.  Is there a better website to buy flavors? More selection of flavors maybe?

Thanks, and please pardon my newbness! lol

Hi Johnny and welcome to the forum.
I've been buying from www.ecigexpress.com Use this 5% OFF coupon code: VPZECX They have a good selection.
FlavourArt Mango (http://www.ecigexpress.com/diy-flavoring-flavourart-condensed-c-16_29/mango-by-flavourart-select-size-p-1400) and Orange (http://www.ecigexpress.com/diy-flavoring-flavourart-condensed-c-16_29/orange-by-flavourart-select-size-p-453)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Johnny Vapor on January 29, 2013, 07:28:25 PM
Thank you so much for the link and coupon code Breakthru!  :D   

Looks like I have a supplier for all my DiY needs! Nice website with a huge selection! 

I do have another question.  Are the oil based flavoring stronger than the PG based flavorings?
For instance http://www.ecigexpress.com/diy-flavoring-lorann-flavors-1-dram-c-16_18/orange-oil-natural-p-1311

VS.

http://www.ecigexpress.com/diy-flavoring-flavourart-condensed-c-16_29/orange-by-flavourart-select-size-p-453

Thanks again! :)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on January 29, 2013, 08:11:38 PM
Thank you so much for the link and coupon code Breakthru!  :D   

Looks like I have a supplier for all my DiY needs! Nice website with a huge selection! 

I do have another question.  Are the oil based flavoring stronger than the PG based flavorings?
For instance http://www.ecigexpress.com/diy-flavoring-lorann-flavors-1-dram-c-16_18/orange-oil-natural-p-1311

VS.

http://www.ecigexpress.com/diy-flavoring-flavourart-condensed-c-16_29/orange-by-flavourart-select-size-p-453

Thanks again! :)

I have not tried the oil based. I would assume that it would gum up the coils more than a PG based. ???
And........ PG would blend into your mix better than oil... I am only assuming.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Johnny Vapor on January 29, 2013, 08:24:45 PM
Ah, that makes perfect sense!!!  I'm going to stick with the PG flavorings!

Thanks for all your help Breakthru!!  :)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: kd0afk on January 29, 2013, 11:20:03 PM
JV, also try to avoid anything that is thinned with tricetin (sp?) it is water soluble but it won't mix with PG or VG. I have tried flavour art and lorann and I found the flavors to be nonexistent. I buy all my flavors now from the Perfumers Apprentice.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Sweet-Vapors on January 30, 2013, 07:23:12 PM
Often times, when working with oily type flavorings, you must use PGA (everclear) to dissolve the oils into a vapeable mixture. You will see this best when steeping out a mixture and it separates. Add some PGA to it, and most times, it will stay mixed and not gunk up your coils. For me, when using tobaccos, I use equal amounts of PGA. No rings left in the bottles, no junk in the gunk, and the flavors stay mixed. While I am no expert in this, just reporting my findings.
I use TPA's DK style at 2-3% and it is pretty strong for almost all of my customers. Some flavors, I have found, if I use less, I get more flavor out of them, while others, like watermelon, I have to use high percentages.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on February 01, 2013, 07:03:14 PM
Thanks for the info on the oil flavoring.. Good to know
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: eve413 on February 01, 2013, 07:04:43 PM
+1 on the oils
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: vapemistress on February 03, 2013, 10:37:17 AM
I'm sticking with my PG based flavors. Early on making recipes I found that oil base gummed up my atty.
Good idea Sweet Vapors with adding PGA but I don't like using PGA because I find it dulls the taste of the flavoring. Does anyone else find that too?
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: kd0afk on February 03, 2013, 10:53:46 AM
Does anyone make a tricetin based nicotine concetrate or how to use triacetan based flavors so they won't cloud and will mix well?
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Sweet-Vapors on February 23, 2013, 08:48:40 PM
most of the tobacco flavors are oil based. You need to use PGA (everclear) to reduce the oil to vapeable and will stay mixed. I typically use the same amount of PGA as I do tobacco base or other oil flavors and have not noticed any of the separating problems. It also seems to be a good rule of thumb on those flavors that are known tank crackers. Seems to change the properties enough to stop them from breaking tanks, but can't be positive. Still looking into it though.

Hope this tip helps!

BTW I never use vodka in my mixes, the alcohol content is not high enough to break down the oils. If I had a good source of Ethyl Alcohol, I would use that instead, but PGA works fine.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: CraigHB on February 24, 2013, 02:18:58 AM
I use about 6% PGA (Everclear 190) overall in my mixes.  That comes from thinning the VG about 16% with PGA using a 60% PG / 40% VG mix.  I like the difference in taste I get, I can taste the alcohol a little bit.  I don't find that it dulls the flavor, but rather, it makes the vapors feel lighter, like a higher PG mix.  It does reduce vapor production a little bit, but my juice is just a little too thick otherwise.  I much prefer thinning my VG with PGA as opposed to pure water.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: breakstuff on March 15, 2013, 05:03:17 PM
I call this Djams Red Rum!!

10% Jamaican Rum (TPA)
5% Red Bull (TPA)

Also if you reverse those it tastes just like a pixie stick!!

Good one DJ
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: jonas44 on May 04, 2013, 10:34:18 AM
Being a fan of Peanut butter, I see 4 Peanut butter recipes in the EJMU calculator. Anyone have a preference?
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: jeandbean on May 06, 2013, 05:21:48 PM
Being a fan of Peanut butter, I see 4 Peanut butter recipes in the EJMU calculator. Anyone have a preference?

I used the "Search For Flavors" shown in this post: Search Flavors (http://breaktru.com/smf/index.php/topic,205.msg3751.html#msg3751) and I found 6 recipes with Peanut Butter.
I like Peanut Butter Delight by: bamsbbq found in the EJMU calc.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: shanen35 on May 07, 2013, 10:52:05 AM
I favor Lisa's Peanut Butter Cup included in the calc  ;hubba;
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: kd0afk on May 07, 2013, 10:55:08 AM
Why doesn't the calc include PA/FA flavors?
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on May 07, 2013, 12:42:05 PM
Why doesn't the calc include PA/FA flavors?

Do you mean the recipes? Most of the recipes I whip up are FA (FlavourArt).
My thought on Name Brand flavors is, use what you have.
If I find a recipe that looks good, I'm going to use the flavor brand I have. I won't go out and buy a particular brand flavor for a recipe unless I don't have that flavor at all.

As far as some brand flavors being stronger than others and may require a less of a percentage, the flavor percent should be tweaked anyway due to the individual having a different preference on strength. Following a recipe to the "T" don't always work out for some. Tweaking is needed.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Tameron on May 08, 2013, 08:57:25 PM
Anyone know how to make a Pluid recipe?
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: dannyboy on May 11, 2013, 11:19:04 AM
Anyone know how to make a Pluid recipe?
The original is called Radiator Pluid.
There is a Pluid clone recipe in the web database. Haven't tried it and I'm not sure if it is an exact duplication.
Pluid Clone (http://breaktru.com/recipes/Pluid%20Clone.rec)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on June 06, 2013, 08:17:35 AM
I have attached two recipes for Watermelon Frost
(only viewable by logged on members)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Banu on June 06, 2013, 08:35:12 AM
I have just joined this GREAT forum so I could thank everyone for these lovely recipes. I'm fairly new to vaping and have found that not only has it helped me quit smoking, but is helping me loose weight too. The sweeter flavours are stopping my craving for sweets and chocolate. Lol

Look forward to trying some.

50 year old mum of 2 boys, 1 dog and 2 cats. :-)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on June 06, 2013, 09:26:00 AM
I have just joined this GREAT forum so I could thank everyone for these lovely recipes. I'm fairly new to vaping and have found that not only has it helped me quit smoking, but is helping me loose weight too. The sweeter flavours are stopping my craving for sweets and chocolate. Lol

Look forward to trying some.

50 year old mum of 2 boys, 1 dog and 2 cats. :-)

Thank you and welcome to the forum. Great to hear that you quite smoking and lost weight. Keep up the good work and vape on.
Title: Looking for Tootsie Roll
Post by: Erck89 on June 08, 2013, 03:19:11 PM
 :Thinking:   :Thinking:      :wallbash:      Does anyone have a good Tootsie Roll recipe?  I am thinking:

     Dark Chocolate - 16%
     Milk Chocolate - 7%
     Vanilla - 5%
     Sweet Cream - 4%
     Sweetener - 5%

 for a start.  Anybody want to jump in? I am going to make mine aa
Title: Re: Looking for Tootsie Roll
Post by: theDom on June 08, 2013, 04:01:34 PM
:Thinking:   :Thinking:      :wallbash:      Does anyone have a good Tootsie Roll recipe?  I am thinking:

     Dark Chocolate - 16%
     Milk Chocolate - 7%
     Vanilla - 5%
     Sweet Cream - 4%
     Sweetener - 5%

 for a start.  Anybody want to jump in? I am going to make mine aa

That sounds really good. Let us know how it turns out. I would like to try it.

That's 37% flavoring? Seems a bit much
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on June 08, 2013, 04:13:02 PM
:Thinking:   :Thinking:      :wallbash:      Does anyone have a good Tootsie Roll recipe?  I am thinking:

     Dark Chocolate - 16%
     Milk Chocolate - 7%
     Vanilla - 5%
     Sweet Cream - 4%
     Sweetener - 5%

 for a start.  Anybody want to jump in? I am going to make mine aa

It does sound really good.
I was looking at several Candy Tootsie Roll recipes and came up with this. What's missing is White Corn Syrup. They don't make a flavoring for corn syrup.

(http://ejuice.breaktru.com/images/tootsie_roll.png)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on June 08, 2013, 07:23:47 PM
This DOES look good.  My question however, is where did yo ever find Condensed Milk?  I think am going to like this forum.  Everyone seems awake and friendly.  Thanks for the suggestion.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on June 08, 2013, 07:46:34 PM
This DOES look good.  My question however, is where did yo ever find Condensed Milk?  I think am going to like this forum.  Everyone seems awake and friendly.  Thanks for the suggestion.

I just read a WARNING for the Condensed Milk. See: See Warning (http://www.ecigexpress.com/condensed-milk-by-flavourart-select-size-1382.html)

Perhaps a substitute of Sweet Cream would do.

The above link specifies:

Condensed Milk from FlavourArt


Warning: This flavor contains Diacetyl and/or related diketones. Not suitable for vaping.

Comes in dropper bottle.

Food grade flavorings imported from Italy.

Contains propylene glycol and artificial flavor.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: ScorpioZZZ on June 29, 2013, 08:38:20 AM
Breaktru,
Not sure if it exists but is there a way to put the flavors in a program and it would pop out a list of juices you can make using them?
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on June 29, 2013, 08:52:47 AM
Breaktru,
Not sure if it exists but is there a way to put the flavors in a program and it would pop out a list of juices you can make using them?

Do you mean like a Search for flavors in a recipe as mentioned here: Search Flavors (http://breaktru.com/smf/index.php/topic,205.msg3751.html#msg3751)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on June 29, 2013, 09:11:47 AM
Breaktru,
Not sure if it exists but is there a way to put the flavors in a program and it would pop out a list of juices you can make using them?

Z:   There is a 2 page list of what goes well with what and I just spent 10 minutes going thru everything in, on, and around my desk looking for my copy so I could pass the address on to you.  You guessed it.  No luck.   freaked_out:   :wallbash:   If you click on the ejuice me up calculator and then on the "Web Site" heading you can go to the Breaktru recipe file.  It is a pretty good collection.  Another good recipe selection is on the One Stop DIY Shop site.  When I locate that list, I will post it.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on June 29, 2013, 09:22:34 AM
It does sound really good.
I was looking at several Candy Tootsie Roll recipes and came up with this. What's missing is White Corn Syrup. They don't make a flavoring for corn syrup.

(http://ejuice.breaktru.com/images/tootsie_roll.png)


BT:  Your Tootsie Roll recipe is steeping in my drawer as we speak.  The only difference is instead of Dark Chocolate I used Double Dutch Chocolate.  I expect my Dark Chocolate to arrive today and if my batch of TR suit me, I will remake it with the Dark Chocolate.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on June 29, 2013, 09:31:39 AM

BT:  Your Tootsie Roll recipe is steeping in my drawer as we speak.  The only difference is instead of Dark Chocolate I used Double Dutch Chocolate.  I expect my Dark Chocolate to arrive today and if my batch of TR suit me, I will remake it with the Dark Chocolate.

Great, Let us know how it turns out  :popcorn:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: EmilyAn on July 09, 2013, 12:09:04 PM
sounds good think I'll try it
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on July 10, 2013, 02:54:05 PM
Great, Let us know how it turns out  :popcorn:

I did the TR and have had it steeping since the 18th of June.  Each time I try it, it is just to weak flavored for me.  I'm going to try it again with 20% on the Chocolate and up the rest proportionately, except the sweetener.  That I'm going to get a little heavy handed with.  So, stay tuned kiddies . 
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: DesertMoonVapors on July 19, 2013, 01:05:49 AM
Any a more experience user than I tell me what PGA represents. Not sure about the A. Thanks in advance.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: DesertMoonVapors on July 19, 2013, 01:14:58 AM
Typo I meant to say Can a more experience user than I tell me what PGA represents with the calculator? Thanks.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on July 19, 2013, 06:13:03 AM
Typo I meant to say Can a more experience user than I tell me what PGA represents with the calculator? Thanks.

PGA is "Pure Grain Alcohol" such as Everclear. You can substitute it with Volka. PGA has a higher Alcohol content (Proof).
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: elzakivis on July 19, 2013, 09:27:19 AM
Typo I meant to say Can a more experience user than I tell me what PGA represents with the calculator? Thanks.

I never thinned out my mix. Some find that when they are using a high VG ratio like 100%, they dilute with distilled water or PGA/Vodka.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on July 19, 2013, 09:58:48 AM
I use 100% AVG and that is usually a thicker juice.  So, recently I have been adding 2% water to my mixes.  It does not appear to affect the taste, just the viscosity of the mix.  An additional benefit seems to be: The coil(s) does not gunk up as badly or as quickly.  This observation was made with DDAs as the test bed.  The logical conclusion is the same thing would be happening in all other devices.  I rebuild all of my coil and wick assemblies, so I'll be able to track this postulate. 
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: CraigHB on July 19, 2013, 02:29:06 PM
I use Everclear 190 to thin a 60% PG / 40% VG mix.  I like it as a thinner much better than water, adds a nice taste and feel to the vape.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: blueeyes on July 19, 2013, 02:43:34 PM
I use Everclear 190 to thin a 60% PG / 40% VG mix.  I like it as a thinner much better than water, adds a nice taste and feel to the vape.

What percentage of PGA should I use?
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on July 19, 2013, 06:19:07 PM
It all depends.  It would help if we knew what brand of stinkies you use to smoke.  If they were full flavored you probably got a lot of throat hit.That's burning in the throat when you inhale.  If you smoked lights your throat hit is somewhat less.  This throat hit we control by the amount of PG we put in the mix.  Start out by making 3ml of your favorite juice flavor with 70% PG and 30% VG.  Be sure you use a calculator like the eJuice Me UP calculator you can download from Breakthru (it is without a doubt the best one out there).  It takes into account ALL the PG in the recipe.  Let the juice steep at least 72 hours and then try it.  If you like the throat hit - - that's your numbers.  If you would like more of a throat hit - make a batch using 80% PG and 20% VG.  Try it again (after it steeps 3 days.  If it has to much of a hit - mix a batch at 50%/50% PG/VG.  There is a P calculator in the BT download, but we won't go there just yet.  This is the most fun associated with this experience.  So, have fun and keep us informed.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: blueeyes on July 19, 2013, 06:57:00 PM
It all depends.  It would help if we knew what brand of stinkies you use to smoke.  If they were full flavored you probably got a lot of throat hit.That's burning in the throat when you inhale.  If you smoked lights your throat hit is somewhat less.  This throat hit we control by the amount of PG we put in the mix.  Start out by making 3ml of your favorite juice flavor with 70% PG and 30% VG.  Be sure you use a calculator like the eJuice Me UP calculator you can download from Breakthru (it is without a doubt the best one out there).  It takes into account ALL the PG in the recipe.  Let the juice steep at least 72 hours and then try it.  If you like the throat hit - - that's your numbers.  If you would like more of a throat hit - make a batch using 80% PG and 20% VG.  Try it again (after it steeps 3 days.  If it has to much of a hit - mix a batch at 50%/50% PG/VG.  There is a P calculator in the BT download, but we won't go there just yet.  This is the most fun associated with this experience.  So, have fun and keep us informed.

 :thankyou: Erck for the info. I'll check it out. I do use the eJuice Me Up calc and find it the best that I have tried  :thumbsup:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: DesertMoonVapors on July 19, 2013, 10:32:22 PM
PGA is "Pure Grain Alcohol" such as Everclear. You can substitute it with Volka. PGA has a higher Alcohol content (Proof).

When would you use PGA? What is the benefit? Thanks again  :thankyou:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on July 19, 2013, 11:56:16 PM
Quite frankly - - - I do not know.  PG yes.  PGA, I can't imagine.  Simply because the alcohol is what you are getting rid of when you steep your  juice.  That is in addition , of course, to letting the different components blend chemically.  You will have to get a chemist to explain that to you.  I hated chemistry from high school chemistry to blood chemistry.  I think it may have something to do with possibility that we have a suspension and we're trying to get everything into solution.  Let me do a little research and see if I can come up with an answer for you.

  Stay tuned friends and neighbors we'll be right back after a word from our sponsors, Friendly Vapers.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: novoleen on July 20, 2013, 10:05:29 AM
When would you use PGA? What is the benefit? Thanks again  :thankyou:

PGA or H2O would be used to thin out thick mixes if you were using a high VG ratio
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: CraigHB on July 20, 2013, 06:50:44 PM
What percentage of PGA should I use?

It depends on how much you want to thin your juice.  I use a 60% PG, 40% VG mix and I use 6% PGA with respect to the overall mix.  It's 16% with respect to the VG itself.  You could use less or more depending on how much VG you're using and how much you want to thin your juice.  It depends on the atomizer.  For a dripper, you don't need to thin the juice at all.  In a genny, it works better if the juice is not too thick.

I've never actually steeped my juice.  I won't use a flavor that has to be "steeped" to be any good.  If it's not good right out of the bottle, forget it.  I do heat my mixes in the microwave to around 160F so they mix well when I shake up the bottle.  I suppose that would be like speed steeping, people actually call it that.  Though, don't do that in a glass bottle with the cap tight, it can explode.  That actually happened to someone and it sprayed glass like a bomb.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: DesertMoonVapors on July 22, 2013, 03:49:49 AM
PGA or H2O would be used to thin out thick mixes if you were using a high VG ratio
:thankyou: great idea. Since getting a strange rash I have never had before starting to vapor I would like to try using a higher VG ratio and will try thinning with PGA.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Ash on July 23, 2013, 06:35:11 AM
New to this forum so hello!  Mental mixer from the UK checking in ... hopefully this is the correct thread  :beer-toast:

These are my latest experiments ...

(http://i1358.photobucket.com/albums/q772/AshMalpass/nanacustard_zpsbaa5612c.png) (http://s1358.photobucket.com/user/AshMalpass/media/nanacustard_zpsbaa5612c.png.html)

(http://i1358.photobucket.com/albums/q772/AshMalpass/redoakanut_zps536bbbfc.png) (http://s1358.photobucket.com/user/AshMalpass/media/redoakanut_zps536bbbfc.png.html)

(http://i1358.photobucket.com/albums/q772/AshMalpass/redoakoakanut_zps7f087844.png) (http://s1358.photobucket.com/user/AshMalpass/media/redoakoakanut_zps7f087844.png.html)

Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on July 23, 2013, 06:55:50 AM
New to this forum so hello!  Mental mixer from the UK checking in ... hopefully this is the correct thread  :beer-toast:

Hi Ash and welcome to the forum. Thank you for posting the recipes. They sound really good. Haven't tried Red Oak as yet. Will give it a go.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Ash on July 23, 2013, 07:01:04 AM
thanks!

I don't find Red Oak very tobacco-like to be honest ... DV Statex is my favourite baccy
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: charming on July 23, 2013, 06:52:19 PM
Interesting recipes Ash.  :thankyou: and welcome
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: DesertMoonVapors on July 27, 2013, 11:47:17 AM
I think I have a sensitivity  (rash) to PG and would like to try and replace it with PGA. However, I am not sure how to do it.  The nicotine I have is a 75 PG / 25 VG blend. I tried changing the nic blend around because I can buy a different blend to make it work if needed but still would not work just adding 10% PG because all the blends are the least a 50/50 blend with nic.  Someone said use 10% PG and the rest VG and PGA and that just does not work out with the calculator. How about if I just replace the PG with PGA. Use the calculations from the calculator as I normally would but just replace PG with PGA, would that work?
Any suggestions are appreciated.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: CraigHB on July 27, 2013, 11:53:53 AM
??? Pure grain alcohol is highly flammable.  You can't vape PGA that high, the stuff will catch on fire.  Probably 10% is the highest you could go.  PGA kills vapor production if it gets too high so even 10% probably wouldn't vape very good.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on July 27, 2013, 12:41:30 PM
I think I have a sensitivity  (rash) to PG and would like to try and replace it with PGA. However, I am not sure how to do it.  The nicotine I have is a 75 PG / 25 VG blend. I tried changing the nic blend around because I can buy a different blend to make it work if needed but still would not work just adding 10% PG because all the blends are the least a 50/50 blend with nic.  Someone said use 10% PG and the rest VG and PGA and that just does not work out with the calculator. How about if I just replace the PG with PGA. Use the calculations from the calculator as I normally would but just replace PG with PGA, would that work?
Any suggestions are appreciated.

Your unflavored nic already has 75% PG. So my suggestion is to buy 100% VG Nic. Shop around for flavoring with no PG. Use PGA to thin and use in a low percentage. Adding a low PG % should not hurt.

VG flavoring:

One Stop DIY Shop (http://www.onestopdiyshop.com/natures-flavors-organic-flavoring/)

DIY Flavor Shack (http://www.diyflavorshack.com/SearchResults.asp?Search=vg+flavoring&Search.x=5&Search.y=7)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: claphamvapelover on July 27, 2013, 01:18:37 PM
(http://i22.photobucket.com/albums/b342/MGZRTD/vanilladream-001.jpg) (http://s22.photobucket.com/user/MGZRTD/media/vanilladream-001.jpg.html)

A short and simple mix...gives a nice smooth vape :)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: DRA on July 28, 2013, 07:42:20 PM
Your unflavored nic already has 75% PG. So my suggestion is to buy 100% VG Nic. Shop around for flavoring with no PG. Use PGA to thin and use in a low percentage. Adding a low PG % should not hurt.

VG flavoring:

One Stop DIY Shop (http://www.onestopdiyshop.com/natures-flavors-organic-flavoring/)

DIY Flavor Shack (http://www.diyflavorshack.com/SearchResults.asp?Search=vg+flavoring&Search.x=5&Search.y=7)

Thanks for the VG flavoring links breaktru. Nice to know there is a choice other than PG
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: DesertMoonVapors on July 28, 2013, 10:20:26 PM
Your unflavored nic already has 75% PG. So my suggestion is to buy 100% VG Nic. Shop around for flavoring with no PG. Use PGA to thin and use in a low percentage. Adding a low PG % should not hurt.

VG flavoring:

One Stop DIY Shop (http://www.onestopdiyshop.com/natures-flavors-organic-flavoring/)

DIY Flavor Shack (http://www.diyflavorshack.com/SearchResults.asp?Search=vg+flavoring&Search.x=5&Search.y=7)

Thank you for the suggestion.  I am planning to purchase for me the nic with 100% VG so how much would you say to add to a 15 ml bottle with 20 percent flavor and 18 mg nic. Are we talking drops just enough to thin a bit?
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: eve413 on July 29, 2013, 07:05:04 AM
Thank you for the suggestion.  I am planning to purchase for me the nic with 100% VG so how much would you say to add to a 15 ml bottle with 20 percent flavor and 18 mg nic. Are we talking drops just enough to thin a bit?

That would be something you will have to determine.
Start your recipe with a small batch first. Maybe 4ml or less so not to waste much.
Try 5% PGA and work up accordingly until you find a pleasing blend.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: vapemistress on August 24, 2013, 08:28:47 AM
Being a fan of Peanut butter, I see 4 Peanut butter recipes in the EJMU calculator. Anyone have a preference?

I like the Peanut Butter Delight, submitted by bamsbbq
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: wam777 on August 25, 2013, 10:13:48 PM
Does anyone have a good whisk licker recipe?
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: xgeek on September 01, 2013, 05:56:20 AM
Hi, First off many thanks for a great piece of software. It's my first attempt at DIY and the calculator and advice on this forum made it so much easier for me.

Okay I have made 10ml batches of the following ejuice and the only thing I am unsure of is the recommended steep time for each one.. I made them 4 days ago and I can't wait to try them. Would you recommend I leave them a week or are some good to go as soon as they are mixed?

Made with a base 20mg 50/50 mix, so after adding flavours it ends up around 60/40 at 16mg.
All flavours used are F'art except Peaches and Cream and Cinnamon Danish Swirl which are Capella.

Many thanks.

Bahama Mama
Flamingo
Nemo
Fuzzy Navel
Lemon Zest
Beetle Juice
Hurricane
Gremlin
Dreamsicle
Peach Tobacco
Sex On The Beach
Cinnamon Apple Danish Swirl
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on September 01, 2013, 07:03:24 AM
Hi, First off many thanks for a great piece of software. It's my first attempt at DIY and the calculator and advice on this forum made it so much easier for me.

Okay I have made 10ml batches of the following ejuice and the only thing I am unsure of is the recommended steep time for each one.. I made them 4 days ago and I can't wait to try them. Would you recommend I leave them a week or are some good to go as soon as they are mixed?

Made with a base 20mg 50/50 mix, so after adding flavours it ends up around 60/40 at 16mg.
All flavours used are F'art except Peaches and Cream and Cinnamon Danish Swirl which are Capella.

Many thanks.

Bahama Mama
Flamingo
Nemo
Fuzzy Navel
Lemon Zest
Beetle Juice
Hurricane
Gremlin
Dreamsicle
Peach Tobacco
Sex On The Beach
Cinnamon Apple Danish Swirl


You are welcome xgeek.

I personally do not steep my eJuice. I vape them immediately after mixing. I have on occasion when a mix did not turn out right.
But that's my preference and not an argument for those that do steep.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: xgeek on September 01, 2013, 08:27:39 AM
Thank you Breaktru for the quick response. Think I will go and vape the Peach Tobacco first  ;cheers;
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on September 01, 2013, 11:00:31 AM
Hi, First off many thanks for a great piece of software. It's my first attempt at DIY and the calculator and advice on this forum made it so much easier for me.

Okay I have made 10ml batches of the following ejuice and the only thing I am unsure of is the recommended steep time for each one.. I made them 4 days ago and I can't wait to try them. Would you recommend I leave them a week or are some good to go as soon as they are mixed?

Made with a base 20mg 50/50 mix, so after adding flavours it ends up around 60/40 at 16mg.
All flavours used are F'art except Peaches and Cream and Cinnamon Danish Swirl which are Capella.

Many thanks.

Bahama Mama
Flamingo
Nemo
Fuzzy Navel
Lemon Zest
Beetle Juice
Hurricane
Gremlin
Dreamsicle
Peach Tobacco
Sex On The Beach
Cinnamon Apple Danish Swirl

:beer-toast:  Welcome Geek!  As time goes on, you will find this is a fine group of people, who will help you as much as they can.  I have addressed this subject so many times I think I will find one of the tomes and copy it into the tutorials.  This is a pleasure today.  Most of the time I am doing this at 12 or 1 o'clock in the morning.  Starting while I feel fresh is wonderful  :rockin smiley: 

    Let me start by pointing out, no one forces you to steep.  That is your choice.  However, if you want the true flavor of your mix,  most of the time you MUST steep.  That said, this is chemistry!  Pure and simple, add a little solvent, mix in some acid, and marry it to a plant extract and you get an elixir that smells and taste like strawberries or some other human delight. Leave that same juice to steep and meld and you have a strawberry jam like grandma use to make.  Why, because, this is chemistry, not rocket science.  Rocket science, you work your ass off to get everything mixed in just right, ten you stick a match to its tail and you instantly have the final results of your endeavors. We on the other hand, introduce strangers from the far corners of who knows where and as them to play a symphony they have never heard before.  (Damn, I love these metafores.  I'm going to do his in the morning from now on.)  It s not going to be as wonderful the first day as it will after they have had time to practice. 

    That said, let me throw a monkeywrench in to confuse things a bit.  There are certain flavors that, when mixed as singles, require NO steeping.Let me reword that,  Most flavors, when mixed along require LITTLE or NO steeping.  It is easier to tell you the worst of the lot, thaa to identify all the ones that do well without steeping when mixed as a single.  I think the worst is peach.  Peach can take from 3 to 6 weeks (Yes, Ethel, he said weeks) to attain that wonderful, sweet smell and taste.  I think that this paragraph BASICALLY explains why we need to steep when mixing two or more concentrates into a vaping delight.  Now the process.

    Hold your ears.  I'm going to yell.  DO NOT, I REPEAT, DO NOT STEEP INTHE MICROWAVE!!!  Regardless of what the guy who has been mixing and vaping since 1795 tells you, don't do it.  Remember, I said these concentrates we use are made from chemicals?  Some of those chemicals have a very low flash point.  For instance:  The chemical that give you that nice Turkish Tobacco taste, has a flash point of 212 degrees F.  Now that is at full strength, but strange thing happen when you play with the chemistry set.  Throw in this and that and you may have supplied a catalyst that makes the chemical more volital .   If you will please notice, PG, VG, nic, and some of the concentrates are quite thick.  Unless you put some water or alcohol in, these thick fluids are not going to jump into each others laps.  The are going to layer.  OH Yea, the guy in the back hollers out.  I shake the hell out of my mixes.  Try this.  In a graduated cylinder, 10ml, if you have it, put the following:

                  PG = 4.75ml
                  VG = 1.75ml
                  Cherry = 1.2ml     Use a concentrate like Wizard Lab's.  It is a bright red color
                  Capt. Black = 1.8
                  MTS = 3 drops

    When you have these in the cylinder.  Put your thumb over the top and shake it.  After shaking, notice the red stuff is still isolated in the middle.Now you have seen, with your own eyes, why we need to steep.  Now, put your mix into a bottle and cap it.  This is where the micro comes into play.  Boil about a cup or a cup and a half of water.  When it boils, remove it from the micro and put the closed bottle of mix into the boiling water.  About every 5 minutes, take the bottle out and shake it.  Let the juice stay in the water until it has cooled to the tepid stage. Notice, all the contents have mixed.  You just, at the very least, started the steeping process.  You can vape it now and get a better idea of how it is going to finish.  The longer it sits the better it should get.  Also, the richer you mix, the more important steeping become.

   Without getting all PHD here, I think you should have a better understanding why steeping is necessary.  Remember, this dissertation primarily addressed the process from a mechanical point of view.  However, chemically, the same principals are at play.  I hope his has been of help and has not been b o r i n g .  Also, enjoy the juice you made, it is really good.  Even for those who don't like tobacco flavors to much.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: methos on September 01, 2013, 11:24:44 AM
GREAT post erck.  Really breaks it down. I always use the hot water method. It kicks it in faster. I will agree juice gets better with age like wine. I have made some that taste great right away then after a week I'll switch back to it and it has a whole different flavor. 
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on September 01, 2013, 11:59:33 AM
Thanks METHOS.  I did post it in the General Discussion sectiion for new members.  I don't know if that is the right place.  I hope the Admin gurus will move it where it should be and if we don't have a tutorial section, they will start one.  The folks on this forum can, AND WILL, help anone who needs it and if we had a Tutorial section identified in the index, people would post all kinds of help.  Including video tutorials.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: xgeek on September 01, 2013, 12:40:50 PM
Many thanks Erck for taking the time to write such a great post. It helped me understand the process a lot more and I am going to use the hot water tip on the batch I am making today.  :thankyou:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: CraigHB on September 01, 2013, 02:35:11 PM
I don't steep my mixes, but I pop them in the microwave for about 10 seconds to heat them up before shaking the bottle to mix the ingredients.  Seems to help a lot.  If you do that, but sure to leave the cap loose to allow for expansion.  PG and VG expand a lot when heated up.

I made some juice one time by brewing tobacco leaves in PG.  I put it away and forgot about it for about a year.  It wasn't very good when I first made it, but it was really good a year later.  The down side is it's a real atty clogger.  You're just really limited in what you can vape because of that.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on September 01, 2013, 03:33:52 PM
I don't steep my mixes, but I pop them in the microwave for about 10 seconds to heat them up before shaking the bottle to mix the ingredients.  Seems to help a lot.  If you do that, but sure to leave the cap loose to allow for expansion.  PG and VG expand a lot when heated up.

I made some juice one time by brewing tobacco leaves in PG.  I put it away and forgot about it for about a year.  It wasn't very good when I first made it, but it was really good a year later.  The down side is it's a real atty clogger.  You're just really limited in what you can vape because of that.

freaked_out:Amazing you should bring this up today.  It was just last night I was reading about making your own organic concentrates.  I wasn't looking to make any, but found the article interesting. We have a customer that wants a premix that smells and taste like marijuana. Well I'm an old guy and don't know what it smells like enough to duplicate it and have no idea what the taste is like.  So, I was researching the subject when I found a whole dissertation on making your own flavorings.  I must say, I still don't know about the MJ.  I have MJ concentrte, but have been told it ain't even close Jose.  Neat 
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on September 02, 2013, 11:00:05 AM
Cucumber-Mint Cooler by: Breaktru

(http://ejuice.breaktru.com/images/cucumber_mint.png)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: DRA on September 04, 2013, 08:24:49 PM
Cucumber-Mint Cooler by: Breaktru

Sounds interesting. May give it a go
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: xgeek on September 05, 2013, 05:28:57 AM
Hi,

Just wanted to report back on my first DIY attempt. Tested the flavours in the following order and I used a clean iClear16 each time. All mixes made up as 60/40 @ 16mg and left to steep for 7 days.

Peach Tobacco
Love this one. Could vape this all day.

Bahama Mama
Tasted very sour and I was not keen on it. Had a very strong taste that made me screw my face up like I was sucking a lemon.

Beetle Juice
Tasted very sour and I was not keen on it. Had a very strong taste that made me screw my face up like I was sucking a lemon.

Dreamsicle
Very nice

Flamingo
Awesome another one I could vape all day.

Fuzzy Navel
Awesome another one I could vape all day.

Gremlin
Really liked this one.

Hurricane
Tasted very sour and I was not keen on it. Had a very strong taste that made me screw my face up like I was sucking a lemon.

Lemon Zest
Really liked this one.

Nemo
Really liked this one.

Sex On The Beach
Tasted very sour and I was not keen on it. Had a very strong taste that made me screw my face up like I was sucking a lemon.

Cinnamon Apple Danish Swirl
Awesome.


So out of my first batch there were 4 that tasted really sour and not pleasant . Was not sure if that was how they were supposed to be or if something was not right. It then clicked that all of the ones that tasted funny all had Pineapple in. Its a F'art Pineapple and having a smell of the concentrate it smells nothing like Pineapple and has a very sharp smell. I made up a 3 ml test of Pineapple only and it very sour. Not sure if that is right or if I got a bad batch. Have ordered a Pineapple from TPA to see if that is better.

Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on September 05, 2013, 06:52:38 AM
I once received a FA Pineapple that smelled like cat piss needless to say it tasted bad.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on September 05, 2013, 08:50:38 AM
Hi,

Just wanted to report back on my first DIY attempt. Tested the flavours in the following order and I used a clean iClear16 each time. All mixes made up as 60/40 @ 16mg and left to steep for 7 days.

Peach Tobacco
Love this one. Could vape this all day.

Bahama Mama
Tasted very sour and I was not keen on it. Had a very strong taste that made me screw my face up like I was sucking a lemon.

Beetle Juice
Tasted very sour and I was not keen on it. Had a very strong taste that made me screw my face up like I was sucking a lemon.

Dreamsicle
Very nice

Flamingo
Awesome another one I could vape all day.

Fuzzy Navel
Awesome another one I could vape all day.

Gremlin
Really liked this one.

Hurricane
Tasted very sour and I was not keen on it. Had a very strong taste that made me screw my face up like I was sucking a lemon.

Lemon Zest
Really liked this one.

Nemo
Really liked this one.

Sex On The Beach
Tasted very sour and I was not keen on it. Had a very strong taste that made me screw my face up like I was sucking a lemon.

Cinnamon Apple Danish Swirl
Awesome.


So out of my first batch there were 4 that tasted really sour and not pleasant . Was not sure if that was how they were supposed to be or if something was not right. It then clicked that all of the ones that tasted funny all had Pineapple in. Its a F'art Pineapple and having a smell of the concentrate it smells nothing like Pineapple and has a very sharp smell. I made up a 3 ml test of Pineapple only and it very sour. Not sure if that is right or if I got a bad batch. Have ordered a Pineapple from TPA to see if that is better.



   Geek,   CONGRATS on the maiden mix!!!!   Unfortunately,  you got a bad bottle of pineapple.  The Italians still use diecyl...... (what the name of the stuff that destroys your lungs.  It's morning.  What can I tell you.  I'll look it up and get back to you.), so I don't trust their juices. 
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on September 05, 2013, 09:00:17 AM
Cucumber-Mint Cooler by: Breaktru

(http://ejuice.breaktru.com/images/cucumber_mint.png)

   Ok, Breakthru.  At one time  Ihad figured out how to insert the calculator recipe, but have forgotten.  I remember if you select the first entry you get the recipe without the bells and whistles and selecting the second choice gets you the whole card image.  Please enlighten or redirect me.     Eric   :})>
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on September 05, 2013, 09:39:09 AM
   Geek,   CONGRATS on the maiden mix!!!!   Unfortunately,  you got a bad bottle of pineapple.  The Italians still use diecyl...... (what the name of the stuff that destroys your lungs.  It's morning.  What can I tell you.  I'll look it up and get back to you.), so I don't trust their juices. 

Flavourart Diacetyl (http://clearstream.flavourart.it/site/?p=366&lang=en)

Flavourart statement. Reduces but not eliminates from what I gathered in their statement:
We realize that for E smokers, our food flavors are used in a different way as they are not ingested but inhaled, and the presence of diacetyl can be a cause of concern.

For this reason we have carried out massive removal of diacetyl from our flavor collection since November 2010 and product still containing it are clearly identified.

Update: Just found this about Flavorart Vape Heaven flavors..
Clearstream (http://clearstream.flavourart.it/site/?p=181&lang=en)
in light of calculated concentrations that a vaper might be exposed to from heavily flavored e-liquids, we have reformulated, at considerable expense, all of our Vape Heaven flavors to be completely free of any added diacetyl and/or related diketons. The general application flavors that cannot be created without them, but are perfectly safe for food, such as Butter, yogurt, etc are being clearly marked as “Unsuitable for Vaping”. These should not be used in flavoring e-liquid, nor applied as a “top note” in blending more complex vapable flavors.  We feel that this should be a matter of informed choice.

Flavorart Vape Heaven Flavors (http://freedomsmokeusa.com/index.php?dispatch=categories.view&category_id=39#ty;pagination_contents;index.php?dispatch=categories.view&category_id=39&page=1) Looks like just tobacco flavors
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on September 05, 2013, 09:48:02 AM
   Ok, Breakthru.  At one time  Ihad figured out how to insert the calculator recipe, but have forgotten.  I remember if you select the first entry you get the recipe without the bells and whistles and selecting the second choice gets you the whole card image.  Please enlighten or redirect me.     Eric   :})>

I gather that you would like to take a screenshot of just the form to post?

Personally I use a neat little program called "Snagit". There are several screen capture softwares but you can use your "PrtScn" button on your keyboard, open up a paint program that you already have and paste the image. Then, crop the form and save.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on September 05, 2013, 10:46:37 AM
Flavourart Diacetyl (http://clearstream.flavourart.it/site/?p=366&lang=en)

Flavourart statement. Reduces but not eliminates from what I gathered in their statement:
We realize that for E smokers, our food flavors are used in a different way as they are not ingested but inhaled, and the presence of diacetyl can be a cause of concern.

For this reason we have carried out massive removal of diacetyl from our flavor collection since November 2010 and product still containing it are clearly identified.

Update: Just found this about Flavorart Vape Heaven flavors..
Clearstream (http://clearstream.flavourart.it/site/?p=181&lang=en)
in light of calculated concentrations that a vaper might be exposed to from heavily flavored e-liquids, we have reformulated, at considerable expense, all of our Vape Heaven flavors to be completely free of any added diacetyl and/or related diketons. The general application flavors that cannot be created without them, but are perfectly safe for food, such as Butter, yogurt, etc are being clearly marked as “Unsuitable for Vaping”. These should not be used in flavoring e-liquid, nor applied as a “top note” in blending more complex vapable flavors.  We feel that this should be a matter of informed choice.

Flavorart Vape Heaven Flavors (http://freedomsmokeusa.com/index.php?dispatch=categories.view&category_id=39#ty;pagination_contents;index.php?dispatch=categories.view&category_id=39&page=1) Looks like just tobacco flavors

    Good job, but they are still using diacetyl and/or other diketrons.  It's just now they are telling you they are using them.  For them to say they can not make butter flavor without diketons, maybe we should send them to all  the other concentrate makers that do.  Thanks anyway Breaktru.  You guys do an awesome job.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on September 05, 2013, 10:48:37 AM
I gather that you would like to take a screenshot of just the form to post?

Personally I use a neat little program called "Snagit". There are several screen capture softwares but you can use your "PrtScn" button on your keyboard, open up a paint program that you already have and paste the image. Then, crop the form and save.

  Thank you.  I am going to check it out, right now. 
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: xgeek on September 07, 2013, 11:46:11 AM
Hi,

Got my TPA Pineapple in the post today and it smelt like Pineapple unlike the F'art Pineapple  :). I made another 10ml of Bahama Mama and had a quick vape and it tasted awesome. I guess I did get a bad Pineapple from F'art  >:(. It does not fill me with confidence if their quality control is that bad they can let something like that out the door. Will stick with TPA and Capella going forward.

Off to remake Beetle Juice, Hurricane and Sex on the beach  ;cheers;
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on September 07, 2013, 03:48:31 PM
Hi,

Got my TPA Pineapple in the post today and it smelt like Pineapple unlike the F'art Pineapple  :). I made another 10ml of Bahama Mama and had a quick vape and it tasted awesome. I guess I did get a bad Pineapple from F'art  >:(. It does not fill me with confidence if their quality control is that bad they can let something like that out the door. Will stick with TPA and Capella going forward.

Off to remake Beetle Juice, Hurricane and Sex on the beach  ;cheers;

Lately I've fallen out of favor with FlavourArt. Been using them over 3 yrs now. I originally started with a few Lorann and Capella flavors and didn't care for them, could have been the type of flavors I used. Don't remember exactly what I used.
I recently ran out of FA peach and the vendor was out of stock so I bought some Lorann Peach. Man that was good. Smelled and tasted great.
May have to switch brands when reordering flavors.
The guys from the UK have been raving about CupCake World. Have you given it a go? I don't think a US vendor sells them.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: xgeek on September 07, 2013, 04:49:16 PM
No I have not tried them yet.

I got my Capella from:
The Alchemists Cupboard and Leisureliquids

TPA also from Leisureliquids

and F'art from http://www.flavourart.co.uk/

Leisure liquids also sell Seedman, Mom & Pop and Tasty Puff although I have not tried them. I have 48 flavours now so that will keep me going for a bit  freaked_out:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: xgeek on September 14, 2013, 03:03:52 PM
Hi,
Been on a bit of a mixing frenzy over the last few weeks to find out what I like to vape. After the issue with the bad pineapple from f'art  and moving to PA pineapple everything with pineapple is now great  ;cheers;

Not yet started to make my own concoctions and have been using the predefined recipes and I have got to say all the ones below are awesome. Was very surprised with Red Rum. That and peach tobacco are now my all day vapes. Smores tasted flat/dull (cardboardish) so added a bit of sweetener and EM and that made a world of difference. All the others were great for my tastes from the get go.

Once I get more familiar with how flavours work with each other and ratios I will have a go at making my own. Have a couple of ideas that I want to try and hopefully they will be good enough for me to post here lol

Once again many thanks for the great software and everyone's help in the forum. Off to vape some more Beetlejuice nom nom nom  :thankyou: :thankyou:
 
Flamingo
Nemo
Fuzzy Navel
Lemon Zest
Beetle Juice
Hurricane
Gremlin
Dreamsicle
Peach Tobacco
Sex On The Beach
Cinnamon Danish Swirl
Cinnamon Apple Danish Swirl
Butterscotch Caramel Cream
French Silk Cake Batter
Peanut Butter Delight
Red Rum
Smores
Strawberry Cheesecake


Made yesterday and will try after they have steeped for 7 days.

Apple Pie
Blueberry Cinnamon Crumble
Caramel
Chocolate Fudge Brownie
Chocolate Glazed Doughnut
Cinnamon Coffee Cake
Pralines and Cream
Vanilla Custard
Vanilla Custard & Butterscotch
Vanilla Custard & Dulce de Leche
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on September 14, 2013, 03:12:35 PM
Hi,
Been on a bit of a mixing frenzy over the last few weeks to find out what I like to vape.


You sure have been a busy boy. wow that is a lot of recipes. Good luck vaping them  :thumbsup:
Looks like your caught the D.I.Y. bug
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: xgeek on September 14, 2013, 03:37:58 PM
Haha yeah I have. Looking forward to trying to come up with my own mixes in next few weeks. I am sure it not easy to get a perfect blend but still want to experiment to see what I can come up with.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: yogi on September 14, 2013, 03:54:42 PM
Dam that's a lot of mixing  :beer-toast:
Congrats on your new found hobby
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: xgeek on September 14, 2013, 05:04:14 PM
One thing I have noticed is how different tanks taste. I had been using a mixture of Protank 2's, iClear 30s and iClear 16s to test and they taste the same to me no matter which one I put my mix in. But I bought a Kayfun lite last week and the flavours are much stronger and different. As an example Nemo in the iClears is great and the Lemon is very slight. But with Nemo in the Kayfun I can really taste the lemon over the other 2 flavours. It's still a great vape but just a different taste  ???

Oh I also always use my SVD at 9 watts to test.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Cajunsteaming on September 30, 2013, 03:54:35 PM
Can't wait for all my flavoring to get in and load the software so I can make some of these recipies!! :rockin smiley:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: xgeek on September 30, 2013, 06:18:55 PM
They are well worth it. Good luck.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: geothee on September 30, 2013, 07:08:56 PM
It'll be a lot of fun. Just start with small batches and keep it simple at first  :thumbsup:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: FluGlone on November 01, 2013, 06:04:08 AM
Can't wait for all my flavoring to get in and load the software so I can make some of these recipies!! :rockin smiley:

How are we doing Cajun  :Thinking:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: claphamvapelover on December 09, 2013, 03:58:28 PM
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Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: vapertina on December 09, 2013, 04:48:31 PM

Sounds very good. I love raspberry  :rockin smiley:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Romelee on December 26, 2013, 04:51:23 PM
You might like this, took me ages to create but very tasty:

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Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: blueeyes on December 26, 2013, 05:24:35 PM
Sounds good Romelee. Interesting flavor combos. Thanks for sharing
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Cajunsteaming on December 26, 2013, 05:29:23 PM
How are we doing Cajun  :Thinking:

Banning out tons of ejuice now.  Loving this program...co workers and friends only have me make there ejuices.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Romelee on January 02, 2014, 01:34:12 PM
Another one, quite a lot of people like this one, not that fond of it myself but loads are:

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Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: cccsteel on January 02, 2014, 02:11:36 PM
Vanilla, yum. Rhubarb?... hmmmm
What's that like?  :Thinking:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Romelee on January 02, 2014, 02:24:00 PM
Rhubarb?... hmmmm
What's that like?  :Thinking:

Very sweet, so far everyone who has tried this recipe likes it, takes about 2-3 weeks steeping though.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Romelee on January 02, 2014, 02:29:05 PM
Some more recipes that are popular that i made:

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Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on January 02, 2014, 03:46:02 PM
Thank Romelee for the recipes  :rockin smiley:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Romelee on January 03, 2014, 01:20:50 PM
Couple more recipes, i have added my recipe link on my signature but it does not seem to be showing :Thinking: so manual for now.

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Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: james-james on January 14, 2014, 04:06:03 PM
if any of you people like halo's tribeca then this is a must !
   TFA RY4 Double 12.0%
 FA Virginia 0.7%
 Hangsen Flue Cured 1.1%
 TFA AP 1.0%
 TFA Tobacco Abs 0.4% .
 NIC 100mg/ml 18.0% 
PG 80 vg 20
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: james-james on January 14, 2014, 04:19:28 PM
for anyone looking for good strong 96.5%  vodka to mix your asolute tobacco etc this is perfect http://www.lapetite-pologne.com/product_info.php?products_id=581&osCsid=e8c55d039400738197fa1791a7b1fe00
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: SweetKarma on January 20, 2014, 09:00:00 PM
I've been vaping for awhile now, and just started with DIY. Newbie here, so please go easy on me  ok?  My latest project has been to find a way to replicate my husband's favorite stinkies- Marlboro Menthol.  Got tired of listening to his half hour hacks every morning at 4 am, so that gave me some ambition to find him an acceptable substitute. After several misfires, I finally came up with a recipe that he says is amazingly close, but we will see after it steeps a few days.
 I have some flavors already mixed, and some that are just concentrates. Trying to use what I have on hand and came up with this recipe. Probably not easy to replicate since I used premixed flavors for the mix, but here goes anyways.....

Nicotine- I have a small bottle of 99.9% pure stuff from e-liq.com. USA made, and kept cool/dark and out of the way of anyone except me.

RECIPE-- to make 10 ml

Nicotine (99.9%) 4 drops  E-Liq
PG/VG base-168 drops or 8.38 ml E-Liq
Marlboro flavor (mixed- 16 mg nicotine)- 22 drops- 11% VaporRenu
Menthol flavor (mixed - 18 mg nicotine)- 6 drops- 3% Your E-Cigarette

End result is 24mg nicotine.

I'm using up supplies I have had for some time. I don't know yet how this is going to turn out, but hubby took a couple of hits off the vape and says it's really good, even without steeping. *crossing fingers*

i'm just starting to really explore my options for different flavors and different brands and makers. One of my favorites is just a general mix I make up of Peach, Strawberry and Melon. One of my fav all day vapes, as it's mellow and smooth. My single favorite is just plain melon- cantaloupe. I like watermelon too, but cantaloupe is indeed my single fav vape.
Thanks for letting me participate and I'm looking forward to finding some more good recipes and perhaps inventing a few of my own.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Brazos on January 21, 2014, 05:47:50 PM
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Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Avamil on January 23, 2014, 06:10:49 PM
if any of you people like halo's tribeca then this is a must !
   TFA RY4 Double 12.0%
 FA Virginia 0.7%
 Hangsen Flue Cured 1.1%
 TFA AP 1.0%
 TFA Tobacco Abs 0.4% .
 NIC 100mg/ml 18.0% 
PG 80 vg 20

Sound interesting  :Thinking:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: trackemdowm on January 25, 2014, 07:57:29 PM
All these recipes are amazing :D
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: trackemdowm on January 25, 2014, 07:58:34 PM
Any more recipes available?
I like the tropical stuff
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on January 25, 2014, 08:26:03 PM
Welcome to the forum track.
There are a ton of recipes included in the eJuice Me up calculator.
Tomorrow I will release a new version 14.0.0.0 with a dozen more recipes added.
Also added shortcut keys for menu choices.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: SweetKarma on January 25, 2014, 09:08:49 PM
 ;cheers;

Thank you!! Looking forward to your new edition. :) I have used your calculator since long before I ever started this forum.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: SweetKarma on January 25, 2014, 09:22:02 PM
Here is my favorite recipe, converted down to use 100 mg nicotine e-juice.  This is just a simple all day vape I use that ends up really tasty after steeping a couple of weeks. :) Hope someone enjoys this as much as I do!

1.8 ml 100 mg Nicotine Ejuice- 50/50 PG/VG- 18%
PG- 2.3 ml
VG-4.1 ml
Water/Vodka/whatever- 0
Strawberry-0.4ml or 8 drops- 4%
Cantaloupe-0.8ml or 16 drops- 8%
Peach-0.6ml or 12 drops -6%

Potency is 18 mg nicotine. Adjust accordingly for your own needs.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on January 25, 2014, 09:31:20 PM
Here is my favorite recipe, converted down to use 100 mg nicotine e-juice.  This is just a simple all day vape I use that ends up really tasty after steeping a couple of weeks. :) Hope someone enjoys this as much as I do!

1.8 ml 100 mg Nicotine Ejuice- 50/50 PG/VG- 18%
PG- 2.3 ml
VG-4.1 ml
Water/Vodka/whatever- 0
Strawberry-0.4ml or 8 drops- 4%
Cantaloupe-0.8ml or 16 drops- 8%
Peach-0.6ml or 12 drops -6%

Potency is 18 mg nicotine. Adjust accordingly for your own needs.

Mmm swounds tasty will give her ago danke shonne :)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: SweetKarma on January 25, 2014, 11:29:19 PM
You are more than welcome- please let me know how you like it. Its a bit strong flavor wise, but I like it.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on January 26, 2014, 12:27:59 AM
You are more than welcome- please let me know how you like it. Its a bit strong flavor wise, but I like it.

I certainly will arigato!  :)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: SweetKarma on January 26, 2014, 12:37:47 AM
OK folks...I got this bottle....10 ml of "sour strawberry" as a freebie when I placed an order with a vape vendor online. Problem is, it's 36 mg nicotine, and I don't ever use anything that strong. I don't think I have any sweetener around, just flavors and the other ingredients to create my own juices, plus quite a few "ready made" juices. My goal would be to get this down to 18-24 mg, and preferably get rid of the sour taste.

Any ideas other than adding it to some low strength lemonade e-juice?

Thank you in advance for any help anyone can give me. Much appreciated. I don't want to see this go to waste!! :)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on January 26, 2014, 12:45:34 AM
OK folks...I got this bottle....10 ml of "sour strawberry" as a freebie when I placed an order with a vape vendor online. Problem is, it's 36 mg nicotine, and I don't ever use anything that strong. I don't think I have any sweetener around, just flavors and the other ingredients to create my own juices, plus quite a few "ready made" juices. My goal would be to get this down to 18-24 mg, and preferably get rid of the sour taste.

Any ideas other than adding it to some low strength lemonade e-juice?

Thank you in advance for any help anyone can give me. Much appreciated. I don't want to see this go to waste!! :)

cut in half with a mixture of cotton candy flavor tfa and pg/vg and bam....you got 18mg juice that is sweet!
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: SweetKarma on January 26, 2014, 12:57:00 AM
Thanks!! Hrm...now if only I had some cotton candy flavoring....I don't think I do... I will have to check. I have an extensive collection of flavors but I've forgotten many of them already.. LOL!

NM I found it....I'll be darned...I have a lot more flavorings than I thought I had. I think about 75-80.

Anyone with other ideas, please don't hesitate to add your thoughts. I really am looking to use this up and make it good. :) Thank you!!
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on January 26, 2014, 01:05:33 AM
Thanks!! Hrm...now if only I had some cotton candy flavoring....I don't think I do... I will have to check. I have an extensive collection of flavors but I've forgotten many of them already.. LOL!

NM I found it....I'll be darned...I have a lot more flavorings than I thought I had. I think about 75-80.

Anyone with other ideas, please don't hesitate to add your thoughts. I really am looking to use this up and make it good. :) Thank you!!

Might also try it with a nice vanilla or vanilla bean which with the strawberry will be a sweet vape  :)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: SweetKarma on January 26, 2014, 01:33:05 AM
Thank you! I think I will split it half and half and do one of each and see how they turn out.  I am gonna leave them sit for about a week before I try them though, or I probably won't like them. Seems the fruit flavors really need some steeping time for them to come together the way they should.

Sure smells good though!! I went easy on the flavoring, starting it at 10% total to see how it goes. I can always add more. I don't think I've ever used less than 10%, so that's where I usually start at. YMMV

Thanks for the help guys. I was drawing a total blank for some reason. I knew someone in here would prod me in the right direction!!
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Visus on January 28, 2014, 08:34:27 AM
Good recipes
Making an order in the next few weeks I will try many of them

I make basic recipes learning the base flavors per se'

My favorite still is TFA Dbl RY4 @8% 3 weeks to 3 months steep I always have enough to go 3 months and @ 3 months its majestic.
It becomes so potent you cannot put it down
I have tried it at 9% 10% and holy cow 12% way to strong after a steep initially its fine but give it a steep and it's horrible..

FA Forrest fruit Mix @7% with a drop of menthol is sublime

Cowboy @ 3% is decent

Am Red 4% with week steep is decent

I have tried many of the tobaccos and still have a hole for one I like as much as  dbl ry4  I have hopes for the fa cuban

TFA Blueberry 9% still adjusting it its just not right it needs many more things to taste like roars lol


 


Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on January 28, 2014, 12:15:51 PM

  Visus::   Here are a couple tobacco recipes I think you will like. The first one I developed back during the first part of 2013.  I like it and have several others hooked on it.  Even though it is made with one of the strongest tobacco module, Tabanon, it is nice by itself, but excellent when mixed with one of the milder, more flavorful.  I call it Red 555.  It is 50/50 Am Red @ 10% and DK555 @ 10%  Give it a hot water bath and steep 1 to 4 days and you will have a nice ADV.

    The second I developed while working on another flavor all together.  I call it Range Blend.  The base for me is 50/50 due to development of a sensitivity to PG and only 1 to 2 % nicotine to stimulate the taste buds.  the flavor profile is:
 
    Cowboy Blend  6%
    Camel   8%
    Turkish (555)   6%
    Coconut    7%
    and MTS   1 to  1 1/2 drops per 3ml of juice

  Again, hot water bath and sit up (steep) for 4 days

  Very nice and another that can be an All Day Vape (i.e.,ADV).

  Another favorite is Cherry and Captain Black.  You probably have already made this one.  Works wit vanilla and chocolate as well as the cherry.

     Eric
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Visus on January 28, 2014, 05:49:16 PM
Thanks I will give those a try.

I have really sensitive taste buds so I probably use lower flavor  % 
I  make too many juices at once and they steep and steep so they are uber strength by the time I vape them. 
I have some 9 month old RY4 its awesome and that was mixed @4% Im trying long steeps to see if like wine what do they do..
So far so good on RY4
Am red and cowbow grow into a nasty concoction eww taste like a girls hair oil after a month steep
English toffee oh boy how can that happen it also taste like ladies hair gel
Mint also goes strange after about 2 months its not exactly mint taste like blood in the throat
Strawberry becomes sublime after 5 months steep


Eryck89 I do like 555 so --awesome!  I have not tried vape wizard, been meaning to purchase but WL doesn't carry it and thats funny it has their name all in it, "vape wizard" 
 

The captain black from SM is not that good IMO if cherry wakes it from the dead oh thank you very much..
It also has steeped a long time, like 8 months, with no change in flavor at all
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: SweetKarma on January 29, 2014, 09:13:35 PM
I'm trying some of these recipes, but I need to get some more flavorings to have the ones on hand that I need. Missing the sweetening ones mainly, along with chocolates. YUM!  So many flavors, so little time!!!
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on January 30, 2014, 12:58:42 PM
Sweet:
            If sweetener is a flavor you are short of, here are a couple suggestions that can get you through.  Cotton Candy works as a substitute.  Stevia is a good sweetener in a pinch.  Heat 4.2ml water and 2.0 ml PG in a 10.0 ml cylinder placed in a pan of water until it is just under a boil, 190 -200 degrees F.  With the Stevia in a  small bowl, pour the water over the Stevia and stir to dissolve and mix well.  Cool and bottle.  Monk Fruit, also available in liquid form in the grocery store is a substitute for Stevia and works better than Stevia.  Ethyl Molto is a sweetener, amd a very good one.  Brown sugar can be used if you do not plan to use much.

             Eric
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: SweetKarma on January 31, 2014, 04:25:25 PM
I have cotton candy so I'm good. I have enough around currently to see me through. Which is the best place for getting these supplies? Thank you for the varied ideas. Didn't know there were so many remedies to that Lol. :)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Visus on January 31, 2014, 04:51:13 PM
I shop at RTS or Wizard Labs. 

They both have excellent prices The wizard has better pricing  than RTS but RTS always has stock.

I have found better pricing but I already like those two and know their packaging etc etc so no surprises in quality.

I buy my vg at walmart, humco,  its good.  Wizards is better but by a margin so small and cause I bought 900ml  :laughing2:

I had a free 5 gallon sample of vg  and I messed it up by talking to much, as soon as I said e cig they were like oh noooo .  If I would have said bread or cosmetics then aha 5 gallon sample..  Was funny..  Doh:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: SweetKarma on January 31, 2014, 09:02:56 PM
Thank you. I've tried a couple of places and so far haven't been impressed. So for now while I make up an order for some new/ different stuff, I'll use up what I have here already made. I'd really like to be able to create flavors and combinations that actually taste like what they should.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on January 31, 2014, 09:13:39 PM
Thank you. I've tried a couple of places and so far haven't been impressed. So for now while I make up an order for some new/ different stuff, I'll use up what I have here already made. I'd really like to be able to create flavors and combinations that actually taste like what they should.

What are you into?  8)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: SweetKarma on January 31, 2014, 09:33:25 PM
Oh the places I could go...hehehe :Thinking:

Anyways, I enjoy the fruity flavors-with the exception of raspberry. Also like the soft drink replicas and bar drink replicas. I enjoy chocolates and sweet vapes also.
Does that help?
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on January 31, 2014, 09:39:46 PM
Oh the places I could go...hehehe :Thinking:

Anyways, I enjoy the fruity flavors-with the exception of raspberry. Also like the soft drink replicas and bar drink replicas. I enjoy chocolates and sweet vapes also.
Does that help?

Hey Baby .......can I buy you a drink?  8)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: SweetKarma on January 31, 2014, 09:45:21 PM
Sure thing!!  :beer-toast:

Anyways, yeah just wanted to know who has the best flavors for those types. I obviously haven't found them yet. Heh
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on January 31, 2014, 10:09:54 PM
Sure thing!!  :beer-toast:

Anyways, yeah just wanted to know who has the best flavors for those types. I obviously haven't found them yet. Heh

Garçon......a double for the lady and I will have my usual.......shaken....not stirred  ;cheers;  ;hubba;
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: SweetKarma on January 31, 2014, 10:20:58 PM
Well at least he's not trying to feed me rufiecoladas!  ;cheers;   :thankyou:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on January 31, 2014, 11:15:38 PM
Well at least he's not trying to feed me rufiecoladas!  ;cheers;   :thankyou:

oh no Baby I wouldn't feed you that  8) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=it1NaXrIN9I
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on January 31, 2014, 11:34:32 PM
 ;cheers; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zU0CW5l7wA
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Boavaper on February 19, 2014, 12:19:12 AM
Somebody gotta good one for a spearmint like Wrigleys Spearmint Gum?? Sweeter version of course....??
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Boavaper on February 19, 2014, 12:32:20 AM
Can't wait for all my flavoring to get in and load the software so I can make some of these recipies!! :rockin smiley:

Hey Brother, Im an ol' Cajun Transplan from SC...You came up w/ dat Gumbo flavor vapin' recipe I been lookin' for?? Dont think I'll add Tobasco I guarentee!!
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: sparkervape on February 19, 2014, 09:17:18 AM
I just received some 555 flavoring from Flavor West and need some suggestion on percentage to use when mixing or some recipes that include this flavoring,,thanks in advance
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on February 19, 2014, 09:54:56 AM
I can't seem to find 555 flavoring by Flavor West.

I did find a recipe to make 555:

555 Tobacco

Ingredients:

Marshmallow - 5%
Caramel - 3%
Hazelnut - 3%
DK Tobacco - 3%
Ethyl Maltol - 1-3%


Here is another:


    USA TURK 7% FA
    PEANUT BUTTER 4% PA
    VANILLA BUTTERNUT 5% LA
    SWEET CREAM 2% PA
    DESERT SHIP 2% FA
    GRAHAM CRACKER 2% PA
    VAPE WIZ 2DROPS FA
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on February 19, 2014, 10:10:08 AM
I just received some 555 flavoring from Flavor West and need some suggestion on percentage to use when mixing or some recipes that include this flavoring,,thanks in advance

  Sparky:  555 is one of my favorites to use in mixes.  It is the strongest of the tobaccos and is the base for many of the other tobacco concentrates.  A recipe to start with is 50/50 (10%/10%) American Red and 555.  Adjust the PG/VG to your liking.  Another is 555 and camel (6%/10%), this is one of those all day vapes (ADV).  If you don't have any camel; mix 7 drops 555 and 3 drops of sweetener (roughly a 3:1 mix).  These are 3 ml quantities, so it just so happens the 7/3 drops mix is the correct amount for this mix.  I don't know about FW, but you want to make sure they are using U.S., German, or U.K. main ingredient (forgot the name, it begins with a T).  The only exception is Dekang or the one the starts with an H, (See my tutorial on STEEPING.  I name and explain everything I have forgotten here).  These are the only Chinese concentrate makes not using Chinese product.  Those named use FDA approved ingredients. 

       Eric
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: sparkervape on February 19, 2014, 11:24:29 AM
Thanks for the replies,,much appreciated,,I will try a 3ml batch and see what happens,,
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Romelee on February 26, 2014, 03:22:34 PM
If you like GVC it's a nice substitute:

(http://i1290.photobucket.com/albums/b536/Rome241270/1_zpsb089faa0.jpg)

If you like Aniseed you must try this, lots of people like it:

(http://i1290.photobucket.com/albums/b536/Rome241270/2_zps270b1fa2.jpg)

Happy mixing :)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: scottericsonon on February 28, 2014, 03:58:36 PM
Can anyone recommend a GOOD Cherry or Wild Cherry flavoring?

We've been liking lorann "black cherry"  at 10% mixed with flavor apprentice "sour"  also at 10%

We just started DIY tho so (disclaimer) I may not have the slightest idea what I'm doing
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: theDom on March 02, 2014, 11:24:35 AM
We've been liking lorann "black cherry"  at 10% mixed with flavor apprentice "sour"  also at 10%

We just started DIY tho so (disclaimer) I may not have the slightest idea what I'm doing

If you need help, I'm sure one of the experts here can help
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on March 02, 2014, 07:27:27 PM
We've been liking lorann "black cherry"  at 10% mixed with flavor apprentice "sour"  also at 10%

We just started DIY tho so (disclaimer) I may not have the slightest idea what I'm doing

    Hi Scott and welcome to forum,   Everyone on the forum will help.  All you have to do is ask.  I'm going to try and guide you through the DIY process through explanation of the most important tool available to you.  The Breakthu Calculator.  It is a free download from their website.  If you have not downloaded it already, please make that the first thing you do after reading this paragraph.  If you have gown loaded it, the info you glean from this message will be invaluable.  I wrote the following in reply to someone having trouble understanding the calculator and the process in general.  If you are beyond the information provided, post a message to that effect and exactly where you want to pick up from. 

    Good luck, here is a copy of that tutorial:

  OK C:  Sorry BT, hope you don't mind if I jump in here.  The teacher in me couldn't sit still any longer.  C,  first thing to do is look on you nic bottle and it will tell you the strength.  I would think it is either 53mg or 72mg.  It may be a little sticker that says PG 52 or 72mg (it can also 36, 100,or 150mg)  What ever it is, put that number at the top where it says "Nicotine Strength e-Juice"  and unless you purchased something special, it will be in PG dilutent, so put 100% in the PG space on that line.  This is important, because the program considers this amount of PG when calculating total PG.  I'll talk about TPG later.  Next line on the calculator is "Target Nicotine Strength".  This is the amount of nicotine you want in your finished juice.  An analog cig is about 36%.  You said you were looking for 18% (eg., 1.8mg).  That is the number that goes in the box to the far right (i.e.,18).  The next line is the amount of juice you are making (what ja wnta put in the bottle).  You can make any amount you would like, however I suggest you start out with a 5ml batch.  The last item in the header is for those using separate dilutents like water, Everclear, vodka,etc.  Leave that blank.  That finishes the header portion.

    The next section is easy.  in the flavor number boxes, type the names of the concentrate(s) in your recipe.   Again, unless you have ordered specal flavors concentrates, they are in 100% PG and you don't need to do anything with the next group.  If you are using all VG or a blend you would adjust it here.  Moving right along to the % of flavor.  If you have a recipe, enter those numbers here (for each flavor).  If your recipe is in ml's, the simplest thing to do is put a number from 1 to 12 in the flavor # % block, click the Calculate button at the bottom right of the form and check the amount in the "ml" column below.  Adjust the % entry until you get the correct ml amount. (Remember to hit the CALCULATE button each time you change something) 

    If you don't have a recipe, smell each of the flavors you intend to use and remember which is the primary flavor and about how potent each is according to their smell.  This is not foolproof, but, it's a start.  Your primary flavor wants to ave the highest % and decrease the others by the roll they play in the final flavor.  Lets look at an example.  I'll use my DIY Cool Blackberry Cream:


     Blackberry        25% or 1.25ml
     Sweet Cream   15% or 0.75ml
     koolada            10% or 0.5ml
     Menthol Ice      5% or 0.25ml
     Sweetener       5% or 0.25ml

The first thing most will note is how heavy I flavor.  60% of this recipe is flavor concentrate.  It is said, if you have to much flavor concentrate the flavor can go wrong.  That is what I was testing with this mix.  It came out very nice.  However, we will wait and see after it steeps for 3 weeks.  Back to the job at hand.  The 3rd column in this group is the DROPS column.  Please don;t get caught up in the easy way out and use this column.  First and foremost, all of the drip caps and eye droppers will give different siz drops and you will end up wonder why the last batch was so good and this one is off.  Different dropper and/or pressure. 

    Now that you have your juice you will want to try it.  It is NOT ready to try.  But, Put a bowl or cup of water in the microwave and bring it to a boil.  Shake your bottle of juice vigorously and place it in the hot water'  Every 4 to 5 minutes, take the bottle out of the water and shake it well before returning it to the hot water.  Do this until the water has cooled.  NOW you can try it.  It will still change over the next few days or weeks, but at least you will get an idea of what it is going to be.

  Hope that was helpful.  I do want to a point of saying, if you have purchased a product that is a pre-mix of PG, VG, and nicotine, cap it tightly and store in a cool dark place.  You need to learn how to put everything together and to manipulate them before you try to use that blended product.  You will get to the point where you can adjust that stuff to get at least clost to what you are looking for.
 
   Another thought just came to mind, and it IS VERY IMPORTANT.  Do Not buy the cheap Chinese concentrates and you soon won't even be able to buy their nicotine.  Get your concentrates from U.S. companies (Mt Baker Vaper, High Desert Vapes, Totally Wicked, Wizard Labs, Xtream Vaping, or any of the merchants in our forums vendor section.  This important because, it could save your LIFE.


    Have fun       Eric
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Visus on March 02, 2014, 07:42:42 PM
I found a cool recipe website
with even a few recipes from break on it.

I cannot run the ejuice software on linux and are not linux savvy to get it operating soooo this site was awesome to find.

IDK I think break may have something to do with it..  The ejuicemeup software link is on there..

http://www.kritikalmass.net/index.asp
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: scottericsonon on March 02, 2014, 08:29:58 PM
Guys....

I wasn't really saying that I didn't know what I was doing (although I do appreciate the effort)...

If you look at what I said you'll notice that I said (disclaimer)...

This is so no one takes MY word as gospel and subsequently blames me when their tastes are different than mine... Make sense?

It's just my way of saying "YMMV"  or "Don't try this at home"  etc etc
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on March 03, 2014, 12:07:48 AM
 :thumbsdwn:  Sorry
         
                              Eric
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: ngeb528 on March 06, 2014, 02:16:36 PM

Sex On The Pool Table:


This name is toooooo funny!!
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Ash on March 08, 2014, 10:26:14 AM
a hot chocolate I've been working on ... takes about a week to steep but its still good after 24 hrs

(http://i1358.photobucket.com/albums/q772/AshMalpass/sheerheartattack_zpsb228b9ac.png) (http://s1358.photobucket.com/user/AshMalpass/media/sheerheartattack_zpsb228b9ac.png.html)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on March 08, 2014, 11:28:23 AM
mm hot choc sounds good!

Dave what happened to the look? use to be black now it's blue?
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on March 08, 2014, 01:01:05 PM
Thanks Ash for the Hot Choc recipe  :rockin smiley:
I got thrown by the recipe name "Sheer Heart Attack"

fsors: I reverted back to the default template because of features that were not available w/ the previous one.
If you notice the "Search" is much better.
You can choose your own template by going to Profile, Look and Layout, Current Theme
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: CraigHB on March 08, 2014, 05:19:30 PM
I reverted back to the default template because of features that were not available w/ the previous one.

Noticed that, just went to my profile and selected my old favorite black theme when it came up blue.  Don't like those bright colors when reading.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on March 09, 2014, 12:54:56 AM
I'm with craig but when I go to profile I do not have the "look and Layout" option please help Dave!  8)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on March 09, 2014, 12:59:07 AM
never mind Dave I have configed and am back in black!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAgnJDJN4VA
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Visus on March 10, 2014, 05:08:24 AM
TFA Butterscotch

I ordered this received it friday the Mar 7th
I did a little research on this flavoring..  I like a vendors butterscotch a lot  so i was hoping to make a facsimile.

Its spot on -- due to reviews negative before receiving my order I asked for it to be changed unfortunately my order was bagged tagged and  in a huge pile ready to be shipped, they offered a free credit for a flavor next order.

Awesome there.

Look all around for TFA butterscotch and theres many negative reviews.

 --mixed it @ 2.5% and .05% distilled water 1st  before adding vg/pg/nic
I have some vendor butterscotch and there is no identifiable difference..

TFA Butterscotch 50/50 2.5% do not go over 3% it goes wrong so fast its unbelievable..
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: ngeb528 on March 10, 2014, 09:43:32 AM
Any more recipes available?
I like the tropical stuff

Hope this is allowed - please delete if it's not (and I apologize):

Here are a couple of sites I found recipes at:

http://www.kritikalmass.net/products.asp?cat=Candy+Recipes

http://eliquidrecipebook.wordpress.com/

http://www.planetofthevapes.co.uk/recipes
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on March 10, 2014, 10:08:34 AM
TFA Butterscotch

I ordered this received it friday the Mar 7th
I did a little research on this flavoring..  I like a vendors butterscotch a lot  so i was hoping to make a facsimile.

Its spot on -- due to reviews negative before receiving my order I asked for it to be changed unfortunately my order was bagged tagged and  in a huge pile ready to be shipped, they offered a free credit for a flavor next order.

Awesome there.

Look all around for TFA butterscotch and theres many negative reviews.

 --mixed it @ 2.5% and .05% distilled water 1st  before adding vg/pg/nic
I have some vendor butterscotch and there is no identifiable difference..

TFA Butterscotch 50/50 2.5% do not go over 3% it goes wrong so fast its unbelievable..

  Vis:   One of the very first flavors I mixed was Buttery Butterscotch and have been vaping it ever since.  try butterscotch and Butter Rum with a little sweetener and the tiniest bit of menthol.  It is very, very good.  Every who tries it really likes it, but where you use only 2.5 to 3% of a diluted concentrate, my recipe may be to flavorful for you.  My percentages run12, 9, and .333%.  Steeping, of course, is necessary, but that is only about 5 days w/o a hot water bath.

                           Eric
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Visus on March 10, 2014, 04:46:03 PM
Thanks Eryck

I have both those flavors and use rum @ 2% too, after a good steep its strong..  The butterscotch even @ 2% takes over my atomizer for a long while after changing flavors, wow thats high..   4% and ewww nasty..



Will make that recipe I love butter rum and butterscotch -- I miss the Brach's candy display at local grocery store/// put in a quarter take a few pieces of candy I always grabbed the butterscotch since a baby  :D and happily shopped or tagged along it was add a nickle back then.   
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Visus on March 21, 2014, 05:25:58 AM
  Vis:   One of the very first flavors I mixed was Buttery Butterscotch and have been vaping it ever since.  try butterscotch and Butter Rum with a little sweetener and the tiniest bit of menthol.  It is very, very good.  Every who tries it really likes it, but where you use only 2.5 to 3% of a diluted concentrate, my recipe may be to flavorful for you.  My percentages run12, 9, and .333%.  Steeping, of course, is necessary, but that is only about 5 days w/o a hot water bath.

                           Eric

Your butterscotch recipe is spot on

IDK when 1st open flavors they seem more powerful I shake the crap out of it but no-- I tried my 2.5% in a 3ml tester
I always test for %'s in 3-- 3ml bottles 1st starting @ 2-5% depending on smell strength it was smelling strong and when I tried it @ higher %it was off tasting.  After a week 2.5 weakened to almost tasteless after being uber strong.  The 5% was also weaksauce..  9% is awesome,  I also add one drop off loranns pralines and cream gives it a creamy note..

 :thumbsup:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on March 21, 2014, 11:30:50 PM
never mind Dave I have configed and am back in black!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAgnJDJN4VA

anyboody have a resipee for rum raisin ??? Been hankerin for a good one  raged:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: ShoreGoodVape on March 30, 2014, 10:10:01 AM
I'm new here..I'm looking for a recipe for Mint Dream and Vanilla Ice Cream..does anyone have it?  Thank you  :)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: ngeb528 on March 30, 2014, 10:53:01 AM
I'm confused about the use of Vodka.  Can one of you tell me why you're using it and what kind of flavor it adds?  :Thinking:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: eve413 on March 30, 2014, 11:19:25 AM
I'm confused about the use of Vodka.  Can one of you tell me why you're using it and what kind of flavor it adds?  :Thinking:

Nancy, see This (http://breaktru.com/smf/index.php/topic,130.msg12719.html#msg12719)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on March 31, 2014, 10:09:16 AM
I'm new here..I'm looking for a recipe for Mint Dream and Vanilla Ice Cream..does anyone have it?  Thank you  :)

    ShoreGood:  Mint Dream sounds like one of three I have either seen or made recently.  The one that attempted to match the Russell Stover Dream Mint candy the best was

             Base and optional nicotine
             cream de menthe - 12%
             milk chocolate - 6%
             marshmallow - 8%
             koolada - 4%
             sweetener - 5%

          Steep 5 days

   The Vanilla ice cream is available as a stand alone concentrate from Mt. Baker, High Desert, Wizard Labs and almost every other vendor out there.  Go to the vendor section of this Forum and ask who has it.  My bet is everybody selling concentrates, except the devil.  If I were inclined to make it from scratch, I would add the following to my base (% are subjective and may need to be adjusted for the users taste):

              Sweet cream - 12%
              Bavarian cream - 5%
              Madagascar Vanilla (Mt. Baker) - 4%
              Dulce de Leches (Mt. Baker) - 4%
              Cream Flavoring (Vaping Zone) - 3%
              Ethyl Maltol - 6%

     That's my best guess on making Vanilla Ice Cream from scratch.  I might substitute Vanilla Swirl for the Dulce de Leches.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: sikosam on April 02, 2014, 07:08:52 PM
I can't seem to find 555 flavoring by Flavor West.

I did find a recipe to make 555:

555 Tobacco

Ingredients:

Marshmallow - 5%
Caramel - 3%
Hazelnut - 3%
DK Tobacco - 3%
Ethyl Maltol - 1-3%


Here is another:


    USA TURK 7% FA
    PEANUT BUTTER 4% PA
    VANILLA BUTTERNUT 5% LA
    SWEET CREAM 2% PA
    DESERT SHIP 2% FA
    GRAHAM CRACKER 2% PA
    VAPE WIZ 2DROPS FA

hi breaktru, about these 2 recipes, are they for making a 555 flavor to add to a recipe that calles for 555 in the recipe?
or are they strait up 555 recipes for vaiping? thanks

Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on April 02, 2014, 07:40:05 PM
hi breaktru, about these 2 recipes, are they for making a 555 flavor to add to a recipe that calles for 555 in the recipe?
or are they strait up 555 recipes for vaiping? thanks

These are recipes to make your own 555
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: ShoreGoodVape on April 03, 2014, 09:22:33 AM
    ShoreGood:  Mint Dream sounds like one of three I have either seen or made recently.  The one that attempted to match the Russell Stover Dream Mint candy the best was

             Base and optional nicotine
             cream de menthe - 12%
             milk chocolate - 6%
             marshmallow - 8%
             koolada - 4%
             sweetener - 5%

          Steep 5 days

   The Vanilla ice cream is available as a stand alone concentrate from Mt. Baker, High Desert, Wizard Labs and almost every other vendor out there.  Go to the vendor section of this Forum and ask who has it.  My bet is everybody selling concentrates, except the devil.  If I were inclined to make it from scratch, I would add the following to my base (% are subjective and may need to be adjusted for the users taste):

              Sweet cream - 12%
              Bavarian cream - 5%
              Madagascar Vanilla (Mt. Baker) - 4%
              Dulce de Leches (Mt. Baker) - 4%
              Cream Flavoring (Vaping Zone) - 3%
              Ethyl Maltol - 6%

     That's my best guess on making Vanilla Ice Cream from scratch.  I might substitute Vanilla Swirl for the Dulce de Leches.

ShoreGood:  Mint Dream sounds like one of three I have either seen or made recently.  The one that attempted to match the Russell Stover Dream Mint candy the best was

             Base and optional nicotine
             cream de menthe - 12%
             milk chocolate - 6%
             marshmallow - 8%
             koolada - 4%
             sweetener - 5%

          Steep 5 days

   The Vanilla ice cream is available as a stand alone concentrate from Mt. Baker, High Desert, Wizard Labs and almost every other vendor out there.  Go to the vendor section of this Forum and ask who has it.  My bet is everybody selling concentrates, except the devil.  If I were inclined to make it from scratch, I would add the following to my base (% are subjective and may need to be adjusted for the users taste):

              Sweet cream - 12%
              Bavarian cream - 5%
              Madagascar Vanilla (Mt. Baker) - 4%
              Dulce de Leches (Mt. Baker) - 4%
              Cream Flavoring (Vaping Zone) - 3%
              Ethyl Maltol - 6%

     That's my best guess on making Vanilla Ice Cream from scratch.  I might substitute Vanilla Swirl for the Dulce de Leches.


Thank you very much..I'll try those :)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: sikosam on April 03, 2014, 11:34:14 AM
These are recipes to make your own 555


thanks for the response, ok now another  silly question, in e juice me up what do you do with the nic, pg, and vg when mixing just the ingredients to make 555 flavor to be mixed in other recipes.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Ash on April 03, 2014, 11:54:16 AM
These are recipes to make your own 555

I'm a big 555 fan so will give these a go soon

This is my own 555 effort

Decadent Vapours Statex 10%
TPA Double Dark Chocolate 5%
TPA Espresso                       5%
TPA Toasted Marshmallow   5%

Not sure of the availability of DV in the US but its one of my every day vape mixes just at 10%

Another good one is the Inawera 555 which again is good at 10%
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on April 03, 2014, 12:24:16 PM
I am sure you guys have read this from TFA?

Quote from TFA:

I have been doing more research, and i discovered that the molecule Acetoin can under certain circumstances "catalyze" into containing minute traces of the molecule Diacetyl. When I spoke to a chemist about this, she confirmed that this can happen during the production of the molecule, but is unlikely to happen after a flavor is blended. I then had a sample of Acetoin purchased from Vigon International analyzed by GC/MS and yes, it did have trace amounts of Diacetyl! When I looked at the online specification sheet that Vigon posts, it does show that the purity of that particular product is 93-100%. Nearly every molecule that is commercially sold is somewhere in this range for purity, and this seems to be an acceptable industry standard. (Vigon is a very reputable company!) Of course, Diacetyl is a perfectly acceptable Food Flavoring, so for the Flavor and Fragrance Industry there is absolutely no problem with this particular trace occurence in the production of Acetoin. It is completely normal. But for customers wanting to avoid even trace amounts of Diacetyl, this means that any flavor that contains the ingredient Acetoin can potentially also contain trace amounts of Diacetyl, even though Diacetyl itself was never added to the blend as an ingredient. Because of this new information, I will add to the flavor descriptions of those flavors that I know contain Acetoin, so that customers can avoid those flavors if they wish. Of course, if only a small amount of acetoin is in a flavor, then the potential likelihood of there also being diacetyl is very very small.
***************************************************
Introduction: I have received some calls from customers who wish to learn a bit more about some of the ingredients used in flavors. Specifically, there are 2 ingredients that have people curious. Acetyl propionyl and acetoin. Both of these ingredients are replacements for diacetyl, which is no longer being used by many (but not all) flavor manufacturers. There are some who still include diacetyl in their flavors, but it is not used as an ingredient in any of the flavors we offer. Athough acetyl propionyl and acetoin are regarded as safe for use in Food Flavors, there are studies being done as to whether there are problems with inhalation. I am no expert by any means on sensitivity and safety issues, I simply provide flavors that are Food Safe, but when customers call me with questions, I try to help in any way i can. Any time you have a flavor that has a vanilla-custardy type note to it, it will have one or both of acetyl propionyl and acetoin. There is also the possibility that there will be Diacetyl as an added ingredient, (the flavor manufacturing company that we purchase our flavors from is restricted by their insurance from using Diacetyl as an ingredient, because of employee environmental health issues, but this is not true of all flavor manufacturing companies). The flavor notes of diacetyl, acetyl propionyl and acetoin are rather obvious, and once a person learns how to recognize them, they are easy to spot. Just like once you know what cinnamon tastes like, you can usually tell if a cocoa recipe has cinnamon in it just by taste! Our vanilla custard is a good example. Pretty much by definition, a vanilla custard flavor, no matter who makes it, will have both acetoin and acetyl propionyl (or diacetyl) in it. Just like it would be hard to bake a cinnamon cookie with no cinnamon, it would be really hard (pretty much impossible) to create a vanilla custard flavor with no acetoin or acetyl propionyl (or diacetyl). If you would like to learn a bit how to tell the differences, you can compare our Vanilla Custard (which has both acetoin and acetyl propionyl), with our Vanilla Bean Ice Cream. The Vanilla Bean Ice cream does not have any acetoin in it, but otherwise is the same flavor as the Vanilla Custard. So by tasting the two, you can learn to taste the difference between them and learn what acetoin 'brings to the party'. I like to experiment by tasting flavors in Cool Whip. This is a good way to learn about ingredients. Remember that both Acetoin and Acetyl Propionyl are perfectly safe for food-use, so there is absolutely no problem at all with tasting these flavors in Cool Whip or water or any other food. Then you can taste our original French Vanilla Flavor, which has neither acetoin nor acetyl propionyl, and compare with our French Vanilla Deluxe, or the Vanilla Beach Ice Cream, or the Vanilla Custard, which has them. You can see how the flavors are different. By learning how to recognize these flavor components, you will be more able to recognize them in flavors by other manufacturers too! Sometimes only a little bit of these "custardy" notes are added, just as a subtle nuance. For example our waffle has a little bit, but not nearly as much as the Vanilla Custard. So to help people, we are marking the main flavors that we know contain these two ingredients, so that if you choose you can avoid them altogether! Unfortunately, we might not know of all the flavors that may contain tiny "trace" amounts, but we marked them as best we know.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on April 03, 2014, 04:54:09 PM

thanks for the response, ok now another  silly question, in e juice me up what do you do with the nic, pg, and vg when mixing just the ingredients to make 555 flavor to be mixed in other recipes.


Using Ash's 555 ingredients, I put together two images. One to show how to use it for making a 555 Concentrate and another to use it in a recipe perhaps mixing it with other flavoring.

This is just an example. Notice that the 555 concentrate flavor % add up to 100%
In your recipe, adjust according to taste.


(http://breaktru.com/ejuice/images/555_1.png)

(http://breaktru.com/ejuice/images/555_2.png)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: sikosam on April 03, 2014, 05:16:50 PM
thank you Breaktru, that's what i was trying to figure out. now i have something i can work with :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Ash on April 03, 2014, 05:19:12 PM
I'd be interested in feedback on these ... the one with TPA Toasted Marshmallow is called Route 666
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on April 04, 2014, 09:52:00 AM
 

  Try a 50/50 mix of 555 and American Red.  It's good stuff.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on April 04, 2014, 10:26:05 AM
all 555 tastes like rotten cabbage to me  ;cheers;
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Ash on April 15, 2014, 03:51:32 PM
Couple of fruits ....

(http://i1358.photobucket.com/albums/q772/AshMalpass/FruitLoup_zpsd8f3f706.png) (http://s1358.photobucket.com/user/AshMalpass/media/FruitLoup_zpsd8f3f706.png.html)

(http://i1358.photobucket.com/albums/q772/AshMalpass/caribbeancopse_zpsc84670ae.png) (http://s1358.photobucket.com/user/AshMalpass/media/caribbeancopse_zpsc84670ae.png.html)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on April 15, 2014, 04:33:24 PM
Couple of fruits ....

(http://i1358.photobucket.com/albums/q772/AshMalpass/FruitLoup_zpsd8f3f706.png) (http://s1358.photobucket.com/user/AshMalpass/media/FruitLoup_zpsd8f3f706.png.html)

(http://i1358.photobucket.com/albums/q772/AshMalpass/caribbeancopse_zpsc84670ae.png) (http://s1358.photobucket.com/user/AshMalpass/media/caribbeancopse_zpsc84670ae.png.html)

The 1st one sounds great! The 2nd however is not appealing with Farts in 2 categories! Lol  scared:  ;cheers;
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: cccsteel on May 01, 2014, 12:59:18 PM
Thanks Ash. Sounds good
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: David-Bowser on June 15, 2014, 08:50:10 PM
Has any body used the flavorings that you buy in a grocery store bakery department?

I saw some "Imitation Cherry" and  Mint and several other flavors from Watkins .  I was thinking about getting some like that from their company.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on June 16, 2014, 09:34:19 AM
http://breaktru.com/smf/index.php/topic,321.msg15322.html#msg15322 (http://breaktru.com/smf/index.php/topic,321.msg15322.html#msg15322)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: David-Bowser on June 16, 2014, 09:48:56 AM
http://breaktru.com/smf/index.php/topic,321.msg15322.html#msg15322 (http://breaktru.com/smf/index.php/topic,321.msg15322.html#msg15322)

(Y)  Thank you   :yes"
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on June 19, 2014, 06:04:27 PM
FlavourArt Tobacco recipes

(http://breaktru.com/ejuice/images/peach_tobacco1.png)

(http://breaktru.com/ejuice/images/capt_blk2.png)
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on June 19, 2014, 11:58:53 PM
FlavourArt Tobacco recipes

(http://breaktru.com/ejuice/images/peach_tobacco1.png)

(http://breaktru.com/ejuice/images/capt_blk2.png)

will give it a go, love me some good tobac, ever try my cowboy dik Dave? it's not hard to make and tasty. if you want it, just let me know and I'll post it up. wait it may be here do you know? I have posted all over so many places I am loosing track.

Thanks Dave   :yes" :thankyou: :beer-toast:

best always,
fsors
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on June 20, 2014, 06:56:29 AM
will give it a go, love me some good tobac, ever try my cowboy dik Dave? it's not hard to make and tasty. if you want it, just let me know and I'll post it up. wait it may be here do you know? I have posted all over so many places I am loosing track.

Thanks Dave   :yes" :thankyou: :beer-toast:

best always,
fsors

Haven't seen your Cowboy mix. I would luv to see it posted and give it a try
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on June 20, 2014, 04:13:45 PM
Dave:  If you and Fsors likes a good cowboy mix tobacco, I think I Have one you may turn into your ADV.  I call it Range Blend and I mixed it about 8 months ago, because I wanted something for after I ate and could not find anything that suited me.  So, I set about doing my own.  Now, as you and Fsors said, everyone's taster is different.  But, you never know until you try.  Here you are guys.  Enjoy or make it your own.


  I'm a 70/30 (PG/VG) zero nic guy, so if your preferences are different, you might have to adjust the concentrates.

        For a 10ml batch:     PG = 4.2ml    VG = 2.9ml    Water = 0.2ml - 2%

                                         Cowboy Blend  0.6ml   6%
                                         Camel   0.8ml               8%
                                         Turkish  0.6                  6%
                                         Coconut  0.7ml             7%
                                          MTS 2 drops/6ml (3 drops here)

    You can vape it thr next day, but it seem to fully mature with about 72 hrs steeping.  If you try it, let us know how you like it.   Eric
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on June 20, 2014, 04:41:33 PM
Thanks Eric. Sounds super.
I need to order some flavors soon so I will add some Cowboy, Camel and Turkish to my list
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on June 20, 2014, 04:51:30 PM
Dave:  You  guys were mentioning earlier then differences between tasters and the differences in taste between vendors or manufactures.  I had that driven home recently when I tried to make a new batch of my Coffee With.  I could not get it right.  Then I discovered the problem was the coffee concentrate of my original had a "red label" and I was now using concentrates from 2 other provides.  It wasn't the same.  It was as if it were alcohol based instead of PG based.  When the concentrate arrived from across the BAY (I live across the bay from St. Petersburg where the devil has a home).  Made a batch using that concentrate and it was right on the money.  Since then, I have found differences between others.  My big 3 are Wizard, MTB, and High Desert and never thought I would see that much difference between them.   You run into this in you DIY mixes?

       Eric
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on June 20, 2014, 05:01:25 PM
Yeah Eric, I've had flavors from different brands taste totally different and not taste like the flavor it was suppose to be.
You more or less have to be your own guinea pig
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on June 20, 2014, 05:03:46 PM
Thanks Eric. Sounds super.
I need to order some flavors soon so I will add some Cowboy, Camel and Turkish to my list

   Dave:   How do you have time to mix?   I swear, you work 24/7.   By the by, Turkish and DK555 are basically the same.  Tabanon or Tabanone molecule from Germany.  So, DK555 in PG (you got to figure out the %) and Camel is Less DK555 in the PG with a touch of EM to sweeten slightly.   If I can find my notes I'll give you the %'s for the Turkish)

          Eric
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on June 21, 2014, 01:48:36 PM
Dave:  If you and Fsors likes a good cowboy mix tobacco, I think I Have one you may turn into your ADV.  I call it Range Blend and I mixed it about 8 months ago, because I wanted something for after I ate and could not find anything that suited me.  So, I set about doing my own.  Now, as you and Fsors said, everyone's taster is different.  But, you never know until you try.  Here you are guys.  Enjoy or make it your own.


  I'm a 70/30 (PG/VG) zero nic guy, so if your preferences are different, you might have to adjust the concentrates.

        For a 10ml batch:     PG = 4.2ml    VG = 2.9ml    Water = 0.2ml - 2%

                                         Cowboy Blend  0.6ml   6%
                                         Camel   0.8ml               8%
                                         Turkish  0.6                  6%
                                         Coconut  0.7ml             7%
                                          MTS 2 drops/6ml (3 drops here)

    You can vape it thr next day, but it seem to fully mature with about 72 hrs steeping.  If you try it, let us know how you like it.   Eric


Thanks Eric I will give this a go. Sounds fantastic!  :thankyou: :yes" :wave:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on June 21, 2014, 01:51:57 PM
   Dave:   How do you have time to mix?   I swear, you work 24/7.   By the by, Turkish and DK555 are basically the same.  Tabanon or Tabanone molecule from Germany.  So, DK555 in PG (you got to figure out the %) and Camel is Less DK555 in the PG with a touch of EM to sweeten slightly.   If I can find my notes I'll give you the %'s for the Turkish)

          Eric
very interested in that info Eric!
I would be  :thankyou: :yes"
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Bruce on July 01, 2014, 05:35:42 AM
    Hi Scott and welcome to forum,   Everyone on the forum will help.  All you have to do is ask.  I'm going to try and guide you through the DIY process through explanation of the most important tool available to you.  The Breakthu Calculator.  It is a free download from their website.  If you have not downloaded it already, please make that the first thing you do after reading this paragraph.  If you have gown loaded it, the info you glean from this message will be invaluable.  I wrote the following in reply to someone having trouble understanding the calculator and the process in general.  If you are beyond the information provided, post a message to that effect and exactly where you want to pick up from. 

    Good luck, here is a copy of that tutorial:

  OK C:  Sorry BT, hope you don't mind if I jump in here.  The teacher in me couldn't sit still any longer.  C,  first thing to do is look on you nic bottle and it will tell you the strength.  I would think it is either 53mg or 72mg.  It may be a little sticker that says PG 52 or 72mg (it can also 36, 100,or 150mg)  What ever it is, put that number at the top where it says "Nicotine Strength e-Juice"  and unless you purchased something special, it will be in PG dilutent, so put 100% in the PG space on that line.  This is important, because the program considers this amount of PG when calculating total PG.  I'll talk about TPG later.  Next line on the calculator is "Target Nicotine Strength".  This is the amount of nicotine you want in your finished juice.  An analog cig is about 36%.  You said you were looking for 18% (eg., 1.8mg).  That is the number that goes in the box to the far right (i.e.,18).  The next line is the amount of juice you are making (what ja wnta put in the bottle).  You can make any amount you would like, however I suggest you start out with a 5ml batch.  The last item in the header is for those using separate dilutents like water, Everclear, vodka,etc.  Leave that blank.  That finishes the header portion.

    The next section is easy.  in the flavor number boxes, type the names of the concentrate(s) in your recipe.   Again, unless you have ordered specal flavors concentrates, they are in 100% PG and you don't need to do anything with the next group.  If you are using all VG or a blend you would adjust it here.  Moving right along to the % of flavor.  If you have a recipe, enter those numbers here (for each flavor).  If your recipe is in ml's, the simplest thing to do is put a number from 1 to 12 in the flavor # % block, click the Calculate button at the bottom right of the form and check the amount in the "ml" column below.  Adjust the % entry until you get the correct ml amount. (Remember to hit the CALCULATE button each time you change something) 

    If you don't have a recipe, smell each of the flavors you intend to use and remember which is the primary flavor and about how potent each is according to their smell.  This is not foolproof, but, it's a start.  Your primary flavor wants to ave the highest % and decrease the others by the roll they play in the final flavor.  Lets look at an example.  I'll use my DIY Cool Blackberry Cream:


     Blackberry        25% or 1.25ml
     Sweet Cream   15% or 0.75ml
     koolada            10% or 0.5ml
     Menthol Ice      5% or 0.25ml
     Sweetener       5% or 0.25ml

The first thing most will note is how heavy I flavor.  60% of this recipe is flavor concentrate.  It is said, if you have to much flavor concentrate the flavor can go wrong.  That is what I was testing with this mix.  It came out very nice.  However, we will wait and see after it steeps for 3 weeks.  Back to the job at hand.  The 3rd column in this group is the DROPS column.  Please don;t get caught up in the easy way out and use this column.  First and foremost, all of the drip caps and eye droppers will give different siz drops and you will end up wonder why the last batch was so good and this one is off.  Different dropper and/or pressure. 

    Now that you have your juice you will want to try it.  It is NOT ready to try.  But, Put a bowl or cup of water in the microwave and bring it to a boil.  Shake your bottle of juice vigorously and place it in the hot water'  Every 4 to 5 minutes, take the bottle out of the water and shake it well before returning it to the hot water.  Do this until the water has cooled.  NOW you can try it.  It will still change over the next few days or weeks, but at least you will get an idea of what it is going to be.

  Hope that was helpful.  I do want to a point of saying, if you have purchased a product that is a pre-mix of PG, VG, and nicotine, cap it tightly and store in a cool dark place.  You need to learn how to put everything together and to manipulate them before you try to use that blended product.  You will get to the point where you can adjust that stuff to get at least clost to what you are looking for.
 
   Another thought just came to mind, and it IS VERY IMPORTANT.  Do Not buy the cheap Chinese concentrates and you soon won't even be able to buy their nicotine.  Get your concentrates from U.S. companies (Mt Baker Vaper, High Desert Vapes, Totally Wicked, Wizard Labs, Xtream Vaping, or any of the merchants in our forums vendor section.  This important because, it could save your LIFE.


    Have fun       Eric

  Thanks Eric I found this very helpful in untangling this new idea of DIY. Bruce
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Bruce on July 04, 2014, 02:44:01 AM
Since I am one of the newest members here let me tell you guys what I have done. In addition to the normal PG, VG and nic components of my FIRST order I ordered the following flavors. LA Bubble Gum, LA Cherry, LA peach, LA Watermelon, TFA Strawberry and TFA Sweetner.
  It's obvious I like fruity flavors and that I am new at this  Doh:. Here are my questions:
1. Any ideas using these combinations what would make a good or decent ejuice? At first I thought I'd just make singular flavor ejuices but I see you guys are doing a lot of combinations.
2. Does the sweetner get added on the calculator like any other flavor would?
Thanks for any and all help                     Bruce
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on July 04, 2014, 09:40:29 AM
Since I am one of the newest members here let me tell you guys what I have done. In addition to the normal PG, VG and nic components of my FIRST order I ordered the following flavors. LA Bubble Gum, LA Cherry, LA peach, LA Watermelon, TFA Strawberry and TFA Sweetner.
  It's obvious I like fruity flavors and that I am new at this  Doh:. Here are my questions:
1. Any ideas using these combinations what would make a good or decent ejuice? At first I thought I'd just make singular flavor ejuices but I see you guys are doing a lot of combinations.
2. Does the sweetner get added on the calculator like any other flavor would?
Thanks for any and all help                     Bruce

Bruce Baby, Your first idea is the best. Learn how to make single flavors that are satisfying to you. Then start doing combos after you know what and how you like them. Make very small test batches until you get your %'s right to taste. Then add more cowbell. It's really easy but working with flavors is to taste and as you know taste is subjective. Best of luck on the new adventure and don't lose heart when your 1st attempts suck bullocks. Hang in til ya get it where you need it.  ;cheers;
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on July 04, 2014, 11:10:30 AM
Since I am one of the newest members here let me tell you guys what I have done. In addition to the normal PG, VG and nic components of my FIRST order I ordered the following flavors. LA Bubble Gum, LA Cherry, LA peach, LA Watermelon, TFA Strawberry and TFA Sweetner.
  It's obvious I like fruity flavors and that I am new at this  Doh:. Here are my questions:
1. Any ideas using these combinations what would make a good or decent ejuice? At first I thought I'd just make singular flavor ejuices but I see you guys are doing a lot of combinations.
2. Does the sweetner get added on the calculator like any other flavor would?
Thanks for any and all help                     Bruce

Bruce:       You say "you guys are doing a lot of combinations",  Yes, and for the most part, we have been doing this a while.  You must crawl before you run, "Grasshopper".  We all support you and have indicated you should start with small batches.  Two main reasons:  What some one else tells you a flavor taste liken may be totally wrong for you.  Everyone's taster is different.  In this game you have to see for your self.  You know:  I'm from Missouri. Show me.  The second reason is cost.  In case you haven't had the "wonderful" experience, sometimes the freight to get to your door can be and is ridiculous.  I have had the freight cost exceed the cost of the goods.  About a month ago, I found a concentrate I had been looking for and the price was ok, even with the exchange rate.  However, it was over $15  to get my $5 purchase here.  Needless to say, I didn't get the flavor.  In fact, I got that flavor yesterday, from a US source and the freight was $2 and change.

     RE: sweetener - Ans. Yes  everything you put in the bottle, goes in the calculator.  Reason:  You have given the calculator a ratio you want to maintain and it needs to know what is going into that number.  If you please - a word about sweetener.  "Sweetener" can effect the flavor of your mix while Ethyl Maltol (EM) usually does not and it does not burn and leave carbon deposit on you wick and coil assembly as bad as sweetener.If you want to use sweetener (some like the taste better), don't buy it.  Make it.  But, make it from Stevia.  Mix a 1:200 mixture of stevia and water and then mix 40% of that stevia water to 60% PG, VG, or  PG/VG (70/30, 50/50, etc.) base.  Also, many people don't use enough sweetener or EM and don't know their mix can be sweeter, so use 4 - 5% in your mixes, as a start.  Another substitute for these two sweeteners is the flavor concentrate Cotton Candy.  At the relatively low amounts you would be using, it does not impart any of that carnival candy taste. 

                Eric 
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Bruce on July 04, 2014, 04:48:24 PM
Fsors and Eric, thank you both  ;bow;!  Looks like single flavors for now. Not sure what Stevia is or where to get it though. However, the cotton candy idea sounds like the easiest tbing to do. Will include a bottle of that on my next order. The bubble gum that I did order maybe will have enough sweetness to it to use as a general sweetner in small quantities. I guess all this experimentation is part of the fun.   Bruce               
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on July 04, 2014, 10:23:42 PM
Bruce:    Stevia is an artificial sweetener found on you grocery store shelf along side the Sweet n low and Equal.   It is an all natural product made from the leaves of the Mock Fruit tree.  Don't use any of the other artificial sweeteners except the other one made from the Mock Fruit.  Troble with Bubble Gum is it is made to taste like Juicy Fruit Gum.  Not something you might want in your flavor.

   Now if you want a real good mix, head down to the Pe Dee river or the Sand T Cooper River and get a bucket of water.  If it comes up without catfish, Red Bellies, or Goggle Eye use it to mix flavors.  But, if there are Catfish in it, stop everything and use it to make a good old S.C. Catfish Stew.
Then call me.  I'll bring the rice.
           Eric
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: David-Bowser on July 05, 2014, 01:57:06 AM
ERCK89  or Eric

Did I just read you right in just up above you said to dilute the Steva from the store with water at the rate of: 1 part Steva to 200 parts Water??????

I know it was a typo when you at first said to mix it at 40% with PG/VG the first time mentioned and at 4 % the second time.   
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on July 05, 2014, 09:59:58 AM
Dave:

       200:1 is correct.  You use the dry stevia, not the liquid.  The result is a very sweet water.  I use a 70/30 PG/VG base I mix and keep in a lab style, bottom fed bottle.  Using the stevia water and my PG/VG base, I mix a 40% stevia water to 60% base.  This gives you the sweetener.  Stevia is approximately 200 times sweeter than sugar.  The reason you can't use the liquid is because, the liquid is already diluted.  Make it easy on yourself and mix a very small amount of hot water with the stevia to make a concentrated stevia liquid.  Now it is a bit easier to work with.  The small amount of water used to liquify the stevia won't be noticeable in the final product.

            Eric
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: David-Bowser on July 05, 2014, 11:17:40 AM
Dave:

       200:1 is correct.  You use the dry stevia, not the liquid.  The result is a very sweet water.  I use a 70/30 PG/VG base I mix and keep in a lab style, bottom fed bottle.  Using the stevia water and my PG/VG base, I mix a 40% stevia water to 60% base.  This gives you the sweetener.  Stevia is approximately 200 times sweeter than sugar.  The reason you can't use the liquid is because, the liquid is already diluted.  Make it easy on yourself and mix a very small amount of hot water with the stevia to make a concentrated stevia liquid.  Now it is a bit easier to work with.  The small amount of water used to liquify the stevia won't be noticeable in the final product.

            Eric


OK just to get the dust outta my brain ( LOL )  I take 1 Teaspoon of dry Stevia, add that to 200 teaspoons of warm water to make the sweetner.  Then take that and mix it to the PG at the ratio of 40% sweetwater to 60 % PG  and I should be good  Then mix that to my VG to the ratio I need.

I use a 75 VG to 25 PG mix and have a  BUNCH made up now  SO I am going to have to find my Slide rule and try this out  fainting:  LOL
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: David-Bowser on July 05, 2014, 03:33:03 PM
What about using Sweet and Low instead of Stevia?  Would that work also or is that different ingredients?
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on July 05, 2014, 06:56:48 PM
What about using Sweet and Low instead of Stevia?  Would that work also or is that different ingredients?


NO, NO, NO, NO!!!!!   I do not know if that would be safe to inhale.!

[color=black]Sweet n Low is sodium saccharine and would impart a flavor and since it does not do well in temperatures much above boiling (212 F) it probably would burn and have no sweetening effect.  Stevia is the new Sweet n Low and is found on the same shelf in a squat white plastic jar with green printing.     

                 Eric 
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Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: David-Bowser on July 05, 2014, 07:12:10 PM

NO, NO, NO, NO!!!!!   I do not know if that would be safe to inhale.!

[color=black]Sweet n Low is sodium saccharine and would impart a flavor and since it does not do well in temperatures much above boiling (212 F) it probably would burn and have no sweetening effect.  Stevia is the new Sweet n Low and is found on the same shelf in a squat white plastic jar with green printing.     

                 Eric 
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OK Thank you!  I use it in my coffee because I have to and have it on hand.  Dang another trip to the grocery store.   LOL
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Bruce on July 05, 2014, 07:38:35 PM
First time DIY results!

First off let me start by saying I ordered my supplies at 4:30 am Thursday. Order shipped out 1:30 pm Thursday (amd they notified me). Firday (July4th) was a holiday so no mail run. However, at 10:30 am Saturday my box was delivered via USPS Priority mail (and the seller paid the shipping. This was purchased from MyFreedomSomkes.com. Just wanted to say a good company to deal with, thus far.

Okay, here is what I did. I call it watermelon blast:
12Mg Nic level,  55/45 VG/PG,  15% watermelon, 30Ml volume. Steeped until cool with vigorous shaking then I tried it. 15% watermelon is a iittle too strong for me, tasted too perfumy but usable. Will slowly add some more VG and PG until it calms down a little. Probably 10-13% melon would be best.

Eric stated Peach takes a little more Finese therefore I made the following:

Same as above except I made a 60Ml bottle of peach. Hot water Steeped with heavy shaking, let cool and stowed away in cool dark place. Will give it a week and see how it taste. I'll let ya know. I hope to soon discover some single flavor tried and true fruit flavors.     Bruce
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on July 05, 2014, 07:41:14 PM

   I also used S n L in my coffee, but I became diabetic an found that your body sees all sweeteners as carbs, except, Stevia and mock fruit.  I stll switch back and forth between the pink stuff and stevia.

           Eric
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on July 05, 2014, 07:47:00 PM
First time DIY results!

First off let me start by saying I ordered my supplies at 4:30 am Thursday. Order shipped out 1:30 pm Thursday (amd they notified me). Firday (July4th) was a holiday so no mail run. However, at 10:30 am Saturday my box was delivered via USPS Priority mail (and the seller paid the shipping. This was purchased from MyFreedomSomkes.com. Just wanted to say a good company to deal with, thus far.

Okay, here is what I did. I call it watermelon blast:
12Mg Nic level,  55/45 VG/PG,  15% watermelon, 30Ml volume. Steeped until cool with vigorous shaking then I tried it. 15% watermelon is a iittle too strong for me, tasted too perfumy but usable. Will slowly add some more VG and PG until it calms down a little. Probably 10-13% melon would be best.

Eric stated Peach takes a little more Finese therefore I made the following:

Same as above except I made a 60Ml bottle of peach. Hot water Steeped with heavy shaking, let cool and stowed away in cool dark place. Will give it a week and see how it taste. I'll let ya know. I hope to soon discover some single flavor tried and true fruit flavors.     Bruce


   Bruce:    Don't be so quick to add VG/PG to your watermelon mix.  Watermelon has a habit of dropping off after 4 or 5 days.  If fact ,it has been known to become the stealth flavor.

       Eric
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Bruce on July 06, 2014, 02:02:51 AM
Eric, if your ever around Florence,S.C. a restuarant called Maryland fried chicken has the best Catfish stew on the planet. It's their staple and their calling card so to speak. Have eaten gallons of the stuff myself.
   The PeeDee river and the Santee Cooper indeed have some trophy catfish. I'm 52 miles from The great Santee lakes and only 12 miles from both the Big and little Pee Dee rivers.    Bruce
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on July 06, 2014, 07:19:48 PM



bruce:    I'm 72 and have been fishing the Pee Dee all my life.  Dad was from Darlington and woods of Camden, Darlington, and Florence are full of Kellys.  Bet you can think of three right off.  By the way, we need to take this to the message feature.  If you don't know it and how it works let me know and I think Dave wil lets us have one more down home post on the recipe section.

      Eric
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Jedi_Mind_Bang on January 02, 2015, 12:05:50 PM
    ShoreGood:  Mint Dream sounds like one of three I have either seen or made recently.  The one that attempted to match the Russell Stover Dream Mint candy the best was

             Base and optional nicotine
             cream de menthe - 12%
             milk chocolate - 6%
             marshmallow - 8%
             koolada - 4%
             sweetener - 5%

          Steep 5 days

   The Vanilla ice cream is available as a stand alone concentrate from Mt. Baker, High Desert, Wizard Labs and almost every other vendor out there.  Go to the vendor section of this Forum and ask who has it.  My bet is everybody selling concentrates, except the devil.  If I were inclined to make it from scratch, I would add the following to my base (% are subjective and may need to be adjusted for the users taste):

              Sweet cream - 12%
              Bavarian cream - 5%
              Madagascar Vanilla (Mt. Baker) - 4%
              Dulce de Leches (Mt. Baker) - 4%
              Cream Flavoring (Vaping Zone) - 3%
              Ethyl Maltol - 6%

     That's my best guess on making Vanilla Ice Cream from scratch.  I might substitute Vanilla Swirl for the Dulce de Leches.

So im new in this forum, mostly to read about mod building. I just feel I need to ask, are you guys putting thise percentages in a mixture and not diluting them? Some of them are over 30%... which is kinda scary. Just looking for clarification
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Jedi_Mind_Bang on January 02, 2015, 12:32:10 PM
  Thanks Eric I found this very helpful in untangling this new idea of DIY. Bruce

60% is pure insanity to even try to vape.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Breaktru on January 02, 2015, 01:33:49 PM
So I'm new in this forum, mostly to read about mod building. I just feel I need to ask, are you guys putting these percentages in a mixture and not diluting them? Some of them are over 30%... which is kinda scary. Just looking for clarification

Welcome to the forum.
I can't vouch for others but after much experimenting I reduced most of my flavoring on my latest recipes down to a total of 10% to 13%.
Everyone's taste varies so it may be right to others.
Some flavors are more over powering than other flavors. Depends on what the flavor is and what brand name it is. Trial and error is in order.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Jedi_Mind_Bang on January 02, 2015, 03:37:14 PM
Welcome to the forum.
I can't vouch for others but after much experimenting I reduced most of my flavoring on my latest recipes down to a total of 10% to 13%.
Everyone's taste varies so it may be right to others.
Some flavors are more over powering than other flavors. Depends on what the flavor is and what brand name it is. Trial and error is in order.

Hey, no, I understand your point of view completely. I know from extensive debate on this topic that 17% is kind of the general limit for concentrates in any suspension for vape use. Anything over 20% shouldn't even be considered IMH(humble)O. Just trying to look out for those who may not understand that at those high concentrations, the amount of particulate waste entering your lungs is overwhelming. Vapor particles are already too small and completely bypass open alveoli and cause deposits in the lung tissue. The body can metabolize these over time, but needs that time to do so. Bombarding your system like that is a sure fire way to end up with health issues. And that's not even speaking in terms of whatever toxins haven't been identified yet.  Not to sound like a debbie downer, I just know what happens when people don't take that into account. Rule of thumb keep eliq's between 10-15% max, at least till they make flavors that are designed for inhalation.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on January 02, 2015, 05:25:07 PM
JMB: 

   Being able to use any brand of concentrates at lower overall profiles is really something new.  As little as 6 or 8 months ago the normal flavor profile for any concentrate combination was 20%.  In fact, the optimum for some individual concentrates was 20%.  A few, like FlavorArt, were at their best in the 2 to 8% range, but most were up around 15%.  Mt. Baker use to tell you to start with 20% and work down.  They are repackagers and I think they were using Flavor West concentrates then.  They are still one of the weaker concentrates and they now tell you to start at 10% and work up.  Most of the providers are pretty consistent, but, FA that use to be the only "super" concentrate, is a little on the inconsistent side.  IMHO, the best concentrate available today is from TVM (The Vape Mall).  Brian did his due diligence before he started offering concentrates and he gives you the most reasonable priced, consistent quality, full strength concentrate available anywhere.  If you haven't checked it out, go to www.thevapemall.com and see for your self.  The only bad thing about TVM is the concentrates are HARD to find.  Reason being, most of us are use to seeing the concentrates called concentrates[ and played up big.  At TVM, he calls them "Flavors" and there are NO pictures for each one.  It is two drop down boxes.  One for size (7ml , 17ml, & 32ml for $1.99 to $4.99) and one that list all 97 (at last count) flavors.  If you go, click on the "DIY" heading at the top and on the 1st box in the second row to get to them.  One thing the heavier concentration mixes has caused for me, is allowed me to get a new top.  Well, two of them actually.  Working down at the bottom 0.1ml part of the syringe is hard to be real accurate.  So, I got two micro liter syringes.  Now I have a whole syringe devoted to just 0.1ml.  Makes it a little easier. 

    As far as having something, specifically designed to be perfectly safe when inhaled, I think we are as close as we will ever be.  And that is the MAIN reason you DO NOT buy any liquids from any Chinese company except DeKange and Hagsen.  They are the only Chinese  juice makers that are ISO 9000 and 18000 certified.  They use only FDA or Canadian and northern European approved molecules and ingredients.   

   Ok, I have been long winded enough for today, so I am going to back out and hope to hear from you again soon.

  And DAVE, you need a couple of those syringes.  Hope to hear from you soon also.

      Eric
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Jedi_Mind_Bang on January 02, 2015, 05:40:17 PM
JMB: 

   Being able to use any brand of concentrates at lower overall profiles is really something new.  As little as 6 or 8 months ago the normal flavor profile for any concentrate combination was 20%.  In fact, the optimum for some individual concentrates was 20%.  A few, like FlavorArt, were at their best in the 2 to 8% range, but most were up around 15%.  Mt. Baker use to tell you to start with 20% and work down.  They are repackagers and I think they were using Flavor West concentrates then.  They are still one of the weaker concentrates and they now tell you to start at 10% and work up.  Most of the providers are pretty consistent, but, FA that use to be the only "super" concentrate, is a little on the inconsistent side.  IMHO, the best concentrate available today is from TVM (The Vape Mall).  Brian did his due diligence before he started offering concentrates and he gives you the most reasonable priced, consistent quality, full strength concentrate available anywhere.  If you haven't checked it out, go to www.thevapemall.com and see for your self.  The only bad thing about TVM is the concentrates are HARD to find.  Reason being, most of us are use to seeing the concentrates called concentrates[ and played up big.  At TVM, he calls them "Flavors" and there are NO pictures for each one.  It is two drop down boxes.  One for size (7ml , 17ml, & 32ml for $1.99 to $4.99) and one that list all 97 (at last count) flavors.  If you go, click on the "DIY" heading at the top and on the 1st box in the second row to get to them.  One thing the heavier concentration mixes has caused for me, is allowed me to get a new top.  Well, two of them actually.  Working down at the bottom 0.1ml part of the syringe is hard to be real accurate.  So, I got two micro liter syringes.  Now I have a whole syringe devoted to just 0.1ml.  Makes it a little easier. 

    As far as having something, specifically designed to be perfectly safe when inhaled, I think we are as close as we will ever be.  And that is the MAIN reason you DO NOT buy any liquids from any Chinese company except DeKange and Hagsen.  They are the only Chinese  juice makers that are ISO 9000 and 18000 certified.  They use only FDA or Canadian and northern European approved molecules and ingredients.   

   Ok, I have been long winded enough for today, so I am going to back out and hope to hear from you again soon.

  And DAVE, you need a couple of those syringes.  Hope to hear from you soon also.

      Eric


Spot on mate, thanks for the info!  ;cheers;
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on January 03, 2015, 10:06:25 PM
I am a FA Man. Do like Hansen Brit Tobac from time to time.  ;cheers;
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on January 03, 2015, 10:56:10 PM
Fsors:   You know me well enough to know I would never argue with a mans choice of concentrates if there wasn't something about them that might make them sick or turn them into a DG (Dead Guy).  In fact I have FA concentrates and liked using them in conjunction with other brands.  Now, everyone is so close to the other guy in strength, it can come down to taste, and that can be fun.  By the way, did you ever get the TW Red Label Turkish and Camel we talked about, 7 or 8 months ago?

     Eric
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on January 03, 2015, 11:06:28 PM
Fsors:   You know me well enough to know I would never argue with a mans choice of concentrates if there wasn't something about them that might make them sick or turn them into a DG (Dead Guy).  In fact I have FA concentrates and liked using them in conjunction with other brands.  Now, everyone is so close to the other guy in strength, it can come down to taste, and that can be fun.  By the way, did you ever get the TW Red Label Turkish and Camel we talked about, 7 or 8 months ago?

     Eric


Eric, So good to hear from you again and I hope you had a great holiday season.  Do you have a link for the TW Red and Camel? I have been really hooked on FA Red Touch and mixing it up with other things  ;cheers;
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on January 03, 2015, 11:36:21 PM
fsors:     You bet, http://totallywicked-eliquid.com/products/e-liquid/mix-your-own/flavour-concentrates-products.html.  TW got rid of some of the Red Label and people got all bent out of shape.  So, they held off and did a selective reduction that did not include the flavors the people really liked.  They thought their Gold Standard would take up the slack.  Oh, cont rare,  those RL concentrates were on the money, where the GS concentrates were (and I guess, still are) on the weak side.   WOW, I just went to the TW site, boy has it changed.  Have fun there.  I am going to go back and check it out myself.

       Eric
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on January 04, 2015, 01:08:21 AM
fsors:     You bet, http://totallywicked-eliquid.com/products/e-liquid/mix-your-own/flavour-concentrates-products.html.  TW got rid of some of the Red Label and people got all bent out of shape.  So, they held off and did a selective reduction that did not include the flavors the people really liked.  They thought their Gold Standard would take up the slack.  Oh, cont rare,  those RL concentrates were on the money, where the GS concentrates were (and I guess, still are) on the weak side.   WOW, I just went to the TW site, boy has it changed.  Have fun there.  I am going to go back and check it out myself.

       Eric


Thanks Eric! Really interested and in my cart now. What % do you mix Kahmal and Turkish  at?  ;cheers;
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on January 04, 2015, 08:56:59 AM
fsors:   

      You like a good TOB vape, so with the concentrates coming a little stronger these days, I think as long as you maintain a ratio of about 1.33:1 (camel to Turkish) for a Lucky Strikes type flavor and the same ratio the other way (1.33:1 Turkish to Camel) for a English or Chesterfield flavor, I think you will be in the ballpark.  I make two tobaccos you might like.  The first is Red 55:

    50/50      American Red (SM**) 10%
                   555DK (TFA) 10%

         **Seedeman (SM) makes mostly tobaccos and alcohol concentrates, I think, and Wizard Labs provides them.

 and, my favorite, Range Blend, is so much like an analog, you will end up vaping it all day:

   Cowboy Blend (TFA) 6%
   Camel (TW RL) 8%
   Turkish (TW RL) 6%
   Coconut (TFA) 7%

   If the PH is a little high (the new concentrates seem to be running a little more on the acid side) and burning your mouth and/or throat, throw in 2 drops per 6ml of MTS (FA).  By the way, if you want that toasted tobacco taste of a Lucky, mix 555DK (10%) and Toasted Almond (about 4% depending on the brand of the concentrate).  The DK, or Turkish, is pretty consistent across the board.  However, Toasted Almond can vary from brand to brand.

    Hope th at helps.

   Eric
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: Erck89 on January 04, 2015, 05:13:44 PM
fsors:     I was just on the The Vape Mall site and ran across a concentrate for European Tobacco.  I immediately thought of you.  Check it out, I think you might like the site and especially the concentrates.  8ml $1.99, 17ml, $3.69, 32ml, $4.99 and all top of the line and recommended use is 8% for optimum flavor.  I was going to give you a link, but right in the middle of that operation, the site went down as a message came up saying something great was coming and if you didn't get the site that was suppose to be there, contact the owner.  Lots of luck on that deal if the site is down

   Eric 
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on January 04, 2015, 07:15:23 PM
Erik, That's fantastic as I do Love a good Tob vape. I think I have a few of the flavors too but what is "TW?" I am going to mix some up. Thank for the recipes!!  :beer-toast:

fsors:   

      You like a good TOB vape, so with the concentrates coming a little stronger these days, I think as long as you maintain a ratio of about 1.33:1 (camel to Turkish) for a Lucky Strikes type flavor and the same ratio the other way (1.33:1 Turkish to Camel) for a English or Chesterfield flavor, I think you will be in the ballpark.  I make two tobaccos you might like.  The first is Red 55:

    50/50      American Red (SM**) 10%
                   555DK (TFA) 10%

         **Seedeman (SM) makes mostly tobaccos and alcohol concentrates, I think, and Wizard Labs provides them.

 and, my favorite, Range Blend, is so much like an analog, you will end up vaping it all day:

   Cowboy Blend (TFA) 6%
   Camel (TW RL) 8%
   Turkish (TW RL) 6%
   Coconut (TFA) 7%

   If the PH is a little high (the new concentrates seem to be running a little more on the acid side) and burning your mouth and/or throat, throw in 2 drops per 6ml of MTS (FA).  By the way, if you want that toasted tobacco taste of a Lucky, mix 555DK (10%) and Toasted Almond (about 4% depending on the brand of the concentrate).  The DK, or Turkish, is pretty consistent across the board.  However, Toasted Almond can vary from brand to brand.

    Hope th at helps.

   Eric

Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on January 04, 2015, 07:16:37 PM
fsors:     I was just on the The Vape Mall site and ran across a concentrate for European Tobacco.  I immediately thought of you.  Check it out, I think you might like the site and especially the concentrates.  8ml $1.99, 17ml, $3.69, 32ml, $4.99 and all top of the line and recommended use is 8% for optimum flavor.  I was going to give you a link, but right in the middle of that operation, the site went down as a message came up saying something great was coming and if you didn't get the site that was suppose to be there, contact the owner.  Lots of luck on that deal if the site is down

   Eric 


Erik, Going to head over there and check it out. Thanks my friend!
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: fsors on January 04, 2015, 07:17:57 PM
Erik, I just remembered TW= TotalyWicked Getting old is hell LOL  :thankyou:
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: darkox711 on July 30, 2015, 09:52:02 AM
Hey there, I'm new to diy and just got most of my supplies in and I'm ready to start mixing! I've already familiarized myself with the EJucieMEup software and I'm pretty sure I know how to use everything, the only thing I'd love more of is recipes. I registered at e-liquid-recipes and a couple ofther site with recipes but I was looking for some .rec files so I can load them up in the calculator.

I see that there are about 30 or so inlcuded, is there any way to get more? Does anyone happen to have a zip file with a bunch of .rec files inside ;) ? Or know of a site that hosts rec files? Thanks.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: elzakivis on July 30, 2015, 11:02:56 AM
Hey there, I'm new to diy and just got most of my supplies in and I'm ready to start mixing! I've already familiarized myself with the EJucieMEup software and I'm pretty sure I know how to use everything, the only thing I'd love more of is recipes. I registered at e-liquid-recipes and a couple ofther site with recipes but I was looking for some .rec files so I can load them up in the calculator.

I see that there are about 30 or so inlcuded, is there any way to get more? Does anyone happen to have a zip file with a bunch of .rec files inside ;) ? Or know of a site that hosts rec files? Thanks.

Hi dark and welcome to the world of DIY mixing.
I count over 250 recipes included in the ejuice me up calculator. Sorry I can't help you out with where to find more. When I see a recipe that looks interesting I just enter it into the EJMU calc
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: darkox711 on July 30, 2015, 01:25:24 PM
Hi dark and welcome to the world of DIY mixing.
I count over 250 recipes included in the ejuice me up calculator. Sorry I can't help you out with where to find more. When I see a recipe that looks interesting I just enter it into the EJMU calc

You're right, I flipped through and it didn't look like nearly that many but when I checked the folder there are about 215 rec files so my mistake.
Title: Re: Recipes
Post by: carlindst on September 04, 2015, 05:20:54 PM
I need a recipe for cannabis oil.
Title: Re: Strawberry Malt
Post by: Breaktru on December 19, 2015, 06:11:26 AM
See: Strawberry Malt (http://breaktru.com/smf/index.php/topic,1614.0.html)