I have been DIY since 2011. In all those years many,many recipes have been made. Some were one offs, and some were remade for up to 2 years later. All but one I would eventually get tired of and stop making them. That one for whatever reason I never seemed to get enough of it. It became the recipe that I always tried very hard to never run out of. And while I played around with tweaking it the basic recipe stayed the same. Because I got to know it so well it also became my go to juice when trying out a new atty, mod or coil. This recipe also has a few pro's and cons that I discovered over the years. It does take a couple of weeks steeping for the full flavor to come out. But one way around that is to heat in a slow cooker 4 hours on low. Or I used to rotate several bottles so that when I was ready to open one it had already been steeping for at least 2 weeks. Now I just make it a Liter at a time and when approx. 2 weeks from running out. just make another Liter. It can be a coil gunker. But a nice thing about it is that the flavor seems to improve as the coil gets gunked up until it starts having problems firing the coil. And since I only use rebuildables it is a simple matter to pull the wick and dry burn the coil pop in new cotton and were off again. Added benefit is if you accidentally vape your coil dry and lightly burn your cotton. Re juicing it with this can mask the char and allow you to continue vaping. Never had anyone complain about the smell. Quite the opposite in fact with a lot of people complimenting you on how wonderful it smells. and for whatever reason quite a few comments of Who is eating pancakes? So here it is. Sonar505's RY4 Recipe Nicotine Currently using Vapers Tek have tried it between 36 and down to 3mg. PG Essential Depot At 70% VG Essential Depot At 30% Acytel Pyrazine TFA/TPA 2% Ethyl Maltol 10% Solution in PG 1/2% Graham Cracker (Clear) TFA/TPA 4% Sweet Cream TFA/TPA 2% RY4 Double TFA/TPA 12% Agave Necter 10% Solution in PG 1/2% So do you have A recipe you would be willing to share that has stood the test of Time for U?