Good luck with that, I have found 98% of the stuff I started on are not available any more. But with a few years of mixing under the belt I found many more that work well, if not better, for that matter, I know what I am putting in my recipe, sometimes it is better to just recreate your own. But many of the old recipes are gone due to the flavors are un- obtainable, I my self would go with what the predominate flavor was and work from there, Smoky Blue has a very good rep here for pushing flavorah, nothing wrong with that because they do have some great flavors, and she also has great info for percentage to use it correctly, because there is many variables as companies, I couldn’t think of using only one company for a complete mix they all for the most part have gems, but then you have to find the right ones that work well, when I first started mixing with limited flavors from a few flavors house’s, it was challenging to say the least fast forward to 600 flavors from 20 different manufacturer’s it became kind of a crapshoot. The one way I found helps is single testing first, yes it is a pain but you will get a better feel for what that flavor can add or distract from a recipe. All that said is to realize a profile, and put your best flavors forward at the right percentage to work together nicely. I have many all day Vapes I have created, with and without the help of information here and other places, and found what works, my favorite lines are some cheap ones like Flavor West, and The Flavors Apprentice, they just work, also love Cappella, Flavor Art, Inawera, jungle Flavor Express, and a few more to do some heavy lifting, but I have to say VTA, Molinberry, OOO, NR, Liquid Barn, Pur, have some very good one’s that are almost one shots, but to summarize myself, I like to mix with limited flavor % for most bang for the buck, and I have found that flavorah, medicine flower, Inawera and Flavor art to be able to capture most profiles the best for my taste, any way it’s a long road ahead of you, you may not be able to actually clone a favorite but you can find new ones that are way better anyway, truthfully there’s only one or two that I buy anymore, for the fact I couldn’t possibly clone it. But the rest of most commercial juice that was cloned was way better than the original, because I control, the nic, vg/pg levels, and least but most important part for me is sweetner and additives, I cannot tolerate sweetner, since I have gained back my destroyed taste buds from smoking, so a very good amount of " commercial" juice for me now is garbage to me. Long post sorry, back to what you were looking for both coconuts by flavorah are great I actually prefer sweet coconut, it has a bit of a different taste than most, you don’t need much, and it holds up to a steep. The other ones I tried have to many negatuve off flavors and mixes. Take on suntan. Lotion. That’s where getting the right % and knowing how it steeps come in play, and like I said the best way to determine that is do single testing, yes very boring and a long process but worth it, also do your best at taking notes along the way on how it is initially and how it acts as it steeps, sorry for the long text, but the info here is what I have been building up on for the years I have been mixing. Find what works for you, and use good ingredients and nic and you will find a way to better most things you can buy. Some you will probably never get exact simply because the exact main Flavor is not mainstream and available to buy. Also with the help additives such as saline, citric acid, malic acid, and other enhancers you can really twist it up. Good luck and sorry for the rant, and by no means I consider to be the best, but when I just explained has made some incredible results.