(FW) Butterscotch Ripple


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Deep fried banana slices, butterscotch and graham cracker.

This recipe is inspired by one of my friends favourite eliquid which is Fryd Bananas.
I wanted to create one myself and not remixing the original but being close to the profile.

Deep Fried Banana Slices :
WF Deep Fried plantain is a semi cooked banana flavour with brown sugar and some spice but is a quite weak on the banana flavour and needs some more additions to be great.
But one thing i like is that after 2 weeks steep has some fried and bready tasting that is really accurate to the profile.

So to complete the Banana i added :
TPA Banana Cream as its my favourite and also adds a good amount of creamy banana sweetness.
And FA Banó to give more "freshness" to the banana mix as it is a greener kind of banana.

With this 3 we have our Sweet Banana Slices cooked in brown sugar. A bit raw a bit cooked, makes the banana closer to the real thing.

FW Butterscotch Ripple: is my go to as its creamy, easy to use.. was obvious for me to choose this one.

The original FRYED on its description says : " buttery cream" but i prefered to use CAP Golden Butter to create that Deep Fried Buttery Banana.

The spice on WF DFPlantain is a bit non descript so to make it better the profile called for FLV Rich Cinnamon which is awsame, sweet , warm, strong .. its perfect.

FW Graham Cracker: Bananas get better with graham cracker specially on the exhale, it just makes them better, and here has a double duty, making bananas better and suporting the fried, bready texture as well as giving a nice graham cracker after taste.

Yo can SNV it as its pretty tasty but its better when rich cinnamon calms down a bit after 3 days and waaay better after 10 days.

An attempted knock off of a Starbucks limited edition Smoked Butterscotch Latte, that I have never tasted. This should be fun, I quit drinking coffee on a regular basis long ago, and I don't buy Starbucks, ever! The resulting vape was so good that my husband wanted a bottle of it made immediately. (His version is minus the OoO Cream.)

I believe I went with the safer noob choices of flavors here.
WF Brazilian Coffee was the closest to an espresso coffee that I had in my stash. Paired with VT Caffe Lattte and VT Coffee Milk Froth, the coffee latte itself came out fairly balanced, but I may have gotten the percentages too high.
FLV Smoked Butterscotch was my only choice for the smoked butterscotch flavor, but it needed help with the sweeter part of the butterscotch imo. I know that too much of the FLV SM could be overpoweringly ashy after a few days steep, so I chose to add FW Butterscotch Ripple as butterscotch support and a bridge between the creams.
When the recipe steeped out, and the coffee was still a bit strong, I found it still needed more cream, so I added some OoO Cream Milky Undertone to smooth it all out. I could have very well lowerd my coffee notes, but I like it this way.

Of course, true to me, I sweetened with my fave combo of NN Monk Fruit Extract and NN Stevia. Feel free to sweeten however you chose to.

Highlighting Molinberry JD whisky in this simple custard recipe. Using the whisky as a accent with its caramel, bourbon booze notes. Then layered with the fw graham, butterscotch and touch of brown sugar make this a pleasureful ADV. Tune in and I hope you enjoy!! 🔥🔥 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4K0ilJ01BAA

A while ago, I picked up WF Butterscotch Cream Pie - and quite frankly... I forgot why.
So I thought to myself "enough is enough!" and I made this with it.

The Crust:

I decided the mixture of AP, INW biscuit and FA Apple Pie would make the perfect crust I was looking for and it has a sort of butteriness over this combo. And I really wanted you to taste the crust!

The Filling:

Duh.. WF Butterscotch Cream Pie, which is helped on its way by INW Custard, FW Butterscotch Ripple and a little bit SS to make it disgustingly sweet.
I find that WF Butterscotch Cream Pie has just about enough cream in it for me to get away not using a cream - although FW Butterscotch Ripple does give it a hand with that as well.

End Notes:

It tastes pretty fatty, sweet and buttery. Makes me feel like a disgusting pig vaping this, but it's such a guilty pleasure really.
Give it about 3 days steep and you're good to go.

Enjoy!

This is a Brittish style bread pudding, drizzled with a sticky caramel topping. It is also my first recipe involving caramels and bakeries together, and I was aiming for a vape that wasn't overpowering. I like it just the way it is, and can taste each layer. So, don't be fooled by the total flavor percentage, in fact, if it's not strong enough for you, feel free to increase each flavor percentage to your taste.
Just be very careful with the sweeteners from Nudenicotine.com, they are very strong and could ruin the recipe, but your coils will thank you! Or switch them with your preferred sweetener.

My base was built on DIYFS Banana Nut Bread. It can be found here: http://www.diyflavorshack.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=Banana%2DNut%2DBread%2DDIY%2DFlavoring
This is a great flavor that is just like the real thing. If you want to try it and save 20%, use code LianazVapin20. I am sure another banana nut bread could be subbed here too in the appropriate %!

I further enhanced the banana flavor with SA Banana Flambe and WF Banana Puree, so that the banana would not be lost in the richness of the caramel topping. Both provided a realistic cooked banana flavor, and are free of any artificial tastes imo.

The FLV Vanilla Pudding and the VTA Pudding Base achieved the texture of a moist bread pudding I was aiming for.

WF Caramel Butter added the creamy caramel I have looking for for so long, and FW Butterscotch Ripple gave it the depth of flavor in a cooked topping. I tried many different combinations, from the flavors I had available, and this was the winner.

Sorry my flavor comments are simple, but I am tired. Any feedback is welcome, thanks.

Based off Wayne's Quik ( https://diyordievaping.com/2018/02/19/quik-strawberry-malted-milk-diy-e-liquid-recipe/ )

Used the cream/malt base and subbed out strawberries for banana.

V1 utilized TFA Banana Cream @2.5% paired with FLV Banana @2%. This is still a good mix if you'd like a banana runts dissolved in a glass of milk. Pretty tasty, but not what I was going for.

"Shitstorm"

Description:
...when you just want a swirling shitstorm of smooth butterscotch, chocolate, vanilla, coconut creme, and crushed graham crackers.

Notes:

I wanted a "candy" type of butterscotch flavor, so I used FW BUTTERSCOTCH, which resembles Werther's candies. FW BUTTERSCOTCH RIPPLE makes this layer more buttery and more smooth. It's just a great and versatile flavor.

FLV COCONUT is a potent realistic flavoring that doesn't taste like suntan lotion in this mix and at this percentage. FLV Sweet Coconut did not work well here. Neither did TFA Coconut Candy.

FLV MILK CHOCOLATE. 'nuff said. There is no better chocolate that works in this particular shitstorm of a mix.

INW SHISHA VANILLA and CAP VANILLA WHIPPED CREAM add smooth vanilla and whipped fluffiness respectively. I love the hell out of Shisha Vanilla and have been using it frequently.

TFA GRAHAM CRACKER CLEAR meshes so well here with FLV Coconut that it's almost as if they were made for one another.

FLV SWEETNESS finishes the whole thing off nicely with a sweetness that will not gunk your coils. It's wonderful stuff.

Additional Notes:

I usually make this 120ml at a time. That's because I highly enjoy it as a SNV. But, I also enjoy it as it changes as time goes on. Fresh, it's more butterscotch/chocolate & graham forward. At about 9 days, the vanilla is more prominent. At 14 days the Graham and vanilla are pushed forward together. And at 21 days on, it's just a bowl of swirled chocolate, butterscotch, vanilla, coconut, and crushed graham crackers. A real shitstorm of a mixture for the sweetest sweet tooth in DIY Land!!

Recommended VG: 75%

SNV-9 DAYS

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This is a drumstick with butterscotch sauce. I tried to get the cone but there really isn't that good of a waffle cone flavor and I don't have the one Dave suggested. Was it Chef's Choice waffle? Anyway, I used OOO Sugar Cone and while this is a really delicious flavor it is quite delicate so the cone isn't in your face but you definitely do get an impression of cone. Lets face it, the ice cream and toppings is the best part anyway amiright?! I used VT Toffee Ice Cream and WF Vanilla Cream Extra for the ice cream and the Butterscotch Ripple paired with the Toffee Ice Cream gave the mix that sticky sweet flavor I was looking for to make this drumstick.

My profile pic was chosen for this weeks Mixen vixens show so I felt compelled to mix the profile as well.
I went with WF vanilla Ice cream because its a nice creamy vanilla ice cream, and I typically grab LB vanilla ice cream so I wanted to change it up.
HS French vanilla Ice cream because its delish!
The Ice cream cone uses WF sugar cone and FA cookie to attempt to give some more texture
FW Butterscotch Ripple and FA carmel for the drizzle and WF Honey roasted peanuts for the finishing touch.
This mix in my opinion needs a week steep for the cone to taste right, the creams and the Peanuts to come thru.
Feel free to omit the sweetener, but I feel it helps contribute to the recipe.

ZING is the first word that came into my head because it's that kinda lemon style mix. It's got some zing yet the balance of flavor is a very pleasant thing!
Kinderground recently spoke of the loveliness of VTA Sour Lemon & FE Lemon working together, I think it was on "Noted" on the DIY or DIE YT channel.
While I know those flavors well, before this recipe I can't recall putting these together but I am very glad I did. Me being me, wanted to go to the extreme and also offer a little zest note that the other lemons lack (not a bad thing), hence a little FA Lemon Zest was added & works really well here I think.
Now as pleasant as that little lemon trinity is, it's not a stand alone vape rather it's more of a stone to use in other profiles like this.
To make things simplish I thought, lets add this "Trinity" to a custard. A custard that's full, creamy and a little sweet to compliment the lemons and mellows out those higher lemon notes that keeps things lovely and balanced. After playing with a few combinations I really enjoy the full yet smooth mouthfeel of how FA Custard premium works with Butterscotch Ripple and a little Holy Vanilla.
Altogether after an at least 7 day steep allowing for the lemons to settle and the creams to meld this comes together in a way that I think is lovely and offers a balance to the "Zing" of the lemons.

IMO this is a very pleasant and enjoyable vape on a single coil RDA at 60W with a SST single coil at 0.2 ohm

I hope you enjoy this just as much as enjoyed creating this little recipe but let me know what you thought in the comments below.

Seriously if you wanna a solid recipe that works give it a go!

Cheers for reading this far, now go and get mixing!

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Flavor Notes

By: CheebaSteeba Score: 95 / 100 Solo: 6.0% Mix: 3.0% Steep: 4 days Difficulty: 20 / 100

SUCH A DAMN GOOD BUTTERSCOTCH. Sweet, creamy, butterscotchy butterscotch. Super creamy. Almost like a butterscotch ice cream. Creamy to a fault in my opinion. So creamy it needs another butterscotch or caramel to really tone it in to a nice butterscotch. I feel like this is an essential flavoring to an arsenal, especially if you like butterscotch and super decadent desserts.


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