Flaywers Recipe Packs
After hundreds of hours of collecting and indexing recipes, days of calculating millions of flavour combinations, we finally present to you our first three Recipe Packs.
What are Flaywer Recipe Packs?
Our Recipe Packs are coordinated combinations of individual flavours, which you can use to mix various of the top 500 recipes you find on WhatCanIMix. The ultimate goal is to be able to mix different top recipes with as few flavours as possible, and therefore with as little cost as possible.
What is part of the Recipe Packs?
You will receive the flavours of each pack, empty 30ml bottles and an information sheet with the recipes you can mix.
What recipes can I mix with the Recipe Packs?
That depends on the Recipe Pack. You will receive an overview with your order. Some flavours and recipes overlap between the recipes - unfortunately this cannot be avoided completely. However, we try to tie up the packs in such a way that there are several exciting recipes included.
The recipes themselves are in the top 500 recipes from the largest recipe platforms. This reduces the risk of total failure.
Can I mix all the top recipes with it?
Unfortunately not. It is extremely time-consuming to create flavour packages in such a way that as many recipes as possible can be mixed with them. If a single aroma from a recipe is missing, the entire recipe is lost. However, our Recipe Packs contain many extremely popular and good flavours, which are perfect as a basis for further excursions into the exciting world of do-it-yourself mixing.
Who are our Recipe Packs suitable for?
Anyone who would like to try out various well-known recipes, many of which have been approved by a lot mixers, will find the Recipe Packs an easy and quick start. The Recipe Packs are also suitable as a starting point for mixing new recipes with other individual flavours.
And of course, if you simply want to try out some new tastes.
Who are the Recipe Packs less suitable for?
If you already have a large assortment of flavours or already mixed many recipes, the Recipe Packs might contain too many flavours you already have. In this case it might make more sense to buy them individually based on what you need.
The Recipe Packs are also unsuitable if you want to mix a specific recipe. In this case it will also be more practical to buy the individual flavours you need.