Almond Joy / Mounds Bar E-liquid Recipe


by ENYAWREKLAW View Mix

MIX: 60VG//40PG
STEEP: 3 - 7 Days

An impression of an Almond Joy. Trying to figure out how to effectively clone it, and this is the first step / iteration.

https://youtu.be/qJqdaJmn-Co

% Vendor Flavor
1%
(FA) Almond
1%
(FW) Hazelnut
1%
(FA) Coco' (coconut)
1%
(TPA) Coconut Candy
2%
(HS) Australian Chocolate
0.5%
(FA) Meringue
0.5%
(CAP) Super Sweet

This recipe aims to give an impression of the Almond Joy / Mounds candy bar, so many know and love. Unfortunately, because of the limited choices of good chocolates, creating an emulation provided to be difficult. But I wanted to take a crack at it anyway, and here is my first version of the Almond Joy.

Flavor Notes:

HS Australian Chocolate: This was my first and obvious choice. To me, it’s the closest you can get to a good candy milk chocolate. It’s not perfect though, and its flavor is a bit different from the milky chocolate of the subject. But it’s enough to give a great candy chocolate impression that pairs well with the coconut.

FA Coconut / TFA Coconut Candy: I first chose FA Coconut because I find it one of the most natural coconut flavors. I don’t get a very heavy coconut floral note from it, like many of the others. While it did a great job, it wasn’t enough to fully stand out. So I added 1% of Coconut Candy to help the coconut cut through the chocolate.

FA Meringue: This is simply to add a bit more creaminess to the coconut, while also adding a bit more creaminess to the chocolate, as well as sweetening it. It helps throughout the entire recipe. Only 0.5% is needed.

FA Almond / FW Hazelnut: Finally, FA Almond was used to give the almond flavor. It doesn’t add that crunch and powerful almond top note like the real thing (obviously), but it does a great job of adding a nutty impression on the exhale. The Hazelnut just makes it pop out a bit more, giving the almond a bit more nutty flavor.


3 Comments

  1. I am getting ready to do my first order of flavor concentrates and I am so confused by all the brands in the recipes. I can’t imagine what this is going to cost me in all the separate shipping fees. Another issue I am finding out that not all vendors are shipping 2 States with flavor bands for instance flavorah
    Is there one site to find all leavers used per recipe it said of having to go to their specific site and buy it separately? Thanks for everything you do! Just can’t wait to try!

  2. okay. I won’t tell you… 😒😤 But nobody had everything I thought I wanted in stock. Now I’m trying to get the flavors that are required in most all of the recipies I want to make. I’m feening for my adv, a very bold bready cinnamon roll, with strong bakery cinnamon and sweet icing. I have been trying to make one with all those flavors I bought… but nothing I try says “Cinamon Roll”
    So I’m searching for anything different, and grabbing the specs on a few other things, coffee, chocolate, Vanilla Bean, Marshmallow, Cookie, Caramel, Butterscotch, Peanut butter, Hazelnut, coconut and my favorite TOFFEE 😊
    I tried to join via PayPal but my daughter pays my bills and I don’t know how she has it set up.. So I can’t make what I bought just because it’s “named the same” as my desired flavor. Caramel is not truly Carmel in the world of flavor concentrates.. and I’m so lost. Happy Veterans Day!

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