Ive actually found a good coffee flavour I can vape, big thanks to @Rocky02852 for introducong me to Mocca (SSA).
Looks Great @MT.Bottles
I’m only missing the VT vanilla classic, but I’ll mix it up with a sub
|Cream Milky Undertone (PG) - One On One||1.50|
|Marshmallow (Vanilla) - One On One||1.50|
|Mocca Coffee - Sobucky Super Aromas||0.50|
|Super Sweet - Capella||0.50|
|Vanilla Classic - Vape Train Australia||0.75|
Flavor total: 4.75%
@MT.Bottles make sure to try this one …
Flavor total: 6.65%
Need a few flavours, but I will be trying a lot of rockys coffee recipes. I gave up on coffee vapes years ago, now I will have to restock and re-mix.
Was drawn to this thread because i am a coffeeholic drinking mug after mug unless a beer comes into play yet every single commercial coffee e-liquid i have tried has been horrible!
Seems from these recipes the trick is to think RY4 but with different ingredients with the coffee low like the tobacco would be in most Ry4’s!
I have that Milk froth VTA, has anybody used it if so any good?
If you’re talking about Coffee Milk Froth VT, I didn’t care for it and have yet to find a use for it. It’s definitely not a “Coffee Milk”, more a frothy milk topping on a coffee, I guess, and not a good one IMO
Hehe, soo much we have in common @Timwis.
Two that I get a LOT of use out of …
Lotta Latte (OSDIY) 10% (11-14-20) – With this one being one of the more used, and known flavors from OSDIY, I was curious to see how it fared. I could tell from the first vape, why that was the case. Very rich and delicious caramel, and creamy mix with a darker coffee bean carrier. The coffee notes were very good, leaned darker, but with none of the bitterness or acidity that sometimes accompanies them. Espresso ?? Italian Roast ?? It didn’t really favor any particular one, but the end result was a good, darker, roasted bean coffee that although fairly present in the mix, never overwhelmed it. The caramel and cream notes as well, never left your palate when vaping, but perfectly sat in the mix. Sweetness was a tick above mid level, and that suited this flavor. OSDIY was able to temper any (if any) rough edges of the darker bean roast with the caramel and cream, as finishing more than one tank led to no distress LOL. I’ve had some issues in the past with FA’s delicious Espresso, which was great, but rougher on the palate. All in, this one was a fairly complex darker roasted coffee, with a smart caramel pairing, and soothing creameries all in the mix. Even after two tester tanks, couldn’t find a fault with it. Pushing it up to a 9.85/10.
Mocca Coffee (SSA) .75% (9-27-20) – Bet you guys thought I forgot about this one with all the things going on this week. Bad news, I DIDN’T !!! Finishing up this series on the Sobucky Super Aromas, this one WAS one of the darker ones (4th from the left in the pic), and even mixing it low @ 0.75%, it was fairly dark in the tester bottle. Now although I was getting an almost coffee-ish flavor fro their Irish Cream, THIS ONE, nails it down, and buries it. WOW, this one WAS that good. OK, for perspective, the hands down BEST coffee-ish mix I have ever tested has to go, hands down to The Italian Vaper at DIY Flavor Chaser with his Italian Cafe Gelato . Granted this one is but a single flavor, it was nearing the ballpark of the aforementioned, and THAT, is some rare air. This one was surprisingly rich, full, and delicious at this testing weight, and you could probably even reduce to 0.5% (ultra), and still have plenty of flavor. Smelling it was exactly like vaping it, and it was a velvety smooth, seemless roller coaster ride of a coffee, some caramel, and some chocolate. It was not bitter, and had no sharp edges, so there is a full on cream element in there, but it takes a backseat to the tripple punch coffee/caramel/mocha. Despite being as strong as it was at this weight, it was in no way hitting the ceiling, sweetness was mid level, and despite CHAIN vaping this one, I could not make it reveal anything that was unpleasant. The way the compounds were combined just really worked, and seamless just kept coming to mind. Mid to darker coffee, with no acidic tones, and tasted VERY authentic. If you are looking for a GREAT Mocca Coffee, that is spot on accurate, seamlessly melded, nicely sweet, that is authentic, this one NEEDS to be on your list. I’m going to recommend that our resident coffee guy @Rocky02852 take a look at this one, to see if he could use it. As it stands, for a single flavor, to present MORE complex and enjoyable than most coffee one shots, this is an impressive way to end the series. Hands down, no contest, 10/10 .