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This is my maple stone. It's rich and sweet and as authentic as it gets. Give it a week to grow and a couple more to be even more amazing. Maple flavorings need time to settle.
If you want something a little more pancake syrupy, you can sub TPA Brown Sugar for FA Butterscotch.
This is a stone, so it's not exactly made to vape on its own. Use this with baked goods, fried treats, cereals, and whenever you want that authentic sweetness without sweetener.
Enjoy, be queer & vape on!
[Photo Credits: William Allaway @ www.acadianmaple.com ]
I just grabbed a handful of flavors that I've observed from all the recipes that have worked well together, mixed em up and forgot about it for a while. When I went back to see how bad it was, I was pleasantly suprised at how good it was. It's a nice bold but blended butterscotch. It's not artificially bright at all, as it leans towards the dark side of the spectrum. Just enough natural sweetness at the end to keep ya drippin'. I didn't add any sweetener but to each his own. The longer she steeps the better but I liked it off the shake.
**If you mix it, I encourage you to leave a review. Besides having a bunch of recipes to try out, the feedback and sense of community is what makes this site great. You don't gotta write a book, but any suggestions or critiques are welcome.
Update after a few weeks. After a few weeks steep recipe is steeping nice. I also have another version which I will just update notes Here. You can sub out the fw butterscotch ripple, wf caramel butter and replace it with TPA butterscotch at 3% and FA Carmel at 0.75% give about 2 weeks as well. It will be more butterscotch top notes and a deeper caramel flavor. Both are good imo but that's up to you on how you want to mix the recipe 😋 enjoy.
Diy Mixers Crew attempt at Steep PopDeez. #DMC #cloningwiththecrew #popdeez
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This recipe took me a while to nail down, but I finally achieved what I was going for! A delicious brown sugar and cinnamon sugar cookie.
5% CAP Sugar Cookie, 1.5% TFA Vanilla Swirl, .5% TFA Brown Sugar, and .1% FLV Rich Cinnamon.
I wanted to start very basic with this recipe in order to figure out what worked without much help and what, if anything, needed to be added, removed or modified. Alltheflavors (I’m so punny) we’re there, but definitely needed some adjustments. Too strong on the Cinnamon and not enough of the brown sugar.
5% CAP Sugar Cookie, 1.75% TFA Vanilla Swirl, .75% TFA Brown Sugar, .08% FLV Rich Cinnamon
I kept CAP Sugar Cookie at 5% because it was the one thing that already came through perfectly. I increased TFA Vanilla Swirl and Brown Sugar by .25% each and lowered FLV Rich Cinnamon by .2%. This was definitely a step in the right direction but the vanilla still was not really working. It felt kind of muddled at this point.
Versions 3 & 4:
5% CAP Sugar Cookie, 1% INW Shisha Vanilla, .75% TFA Brown Sugar, .08% FLV Rich Cinnamon, .3% CAP Golden Butter
I combined versions 3 and 4 because the only thing that changed between them was the addition of CAP Golden Butter. I completely swapped out the vanilla because Vanilla Swirl just was not working for this mix (blasphemy, I know). I wanted the vanilla to be light and creamy, so INW Shisha Vanilla worked perfectly here. I’m a big fan of extra soft cookies so I decided to add a little bit of CAP Golden Butter and ended up loving what it did for the mix. Added the perfect extra body to the sugar cookie.
I recommend about a week to allow everything to settle and come together, but it is not bad off the shake.
So i tried the recipe by (Huckleberried) i found it on bullcityflavors . And i didn’t find it to be very cheesy or cheesecaked . so i added some flavors to make it more “authentic “ all i did was add caps sweet cream at 0.25% and caps new york cheesecake at 0.5 % and it made it a whole lot better you can probably even bring new york cheesecake up to 1 % if you want more cheesecake .
Sweet caramel Cream custard and bold tobacco....I use 12mg nic salts for my pod system... mixing notes just to say I'm not a pro mixer but I have been around vaping and mixing close to 3 years plus. My actual interest in vaping started out in 2010 when I was buying juice from a company called Johnson's creak this reminds me of one of there flavors...
Y'all love banana custards.
How about a legit banana cream pie??
For the base of this Pie i wanted a Graham Cracker pie crust. WF Flapper Pie makes a great base for a custard pie, at 3% it adds to the crust, custard filling and whipped topping. FW graham cracker at 3% keeps it present but not overtly so, and is an amazingly perfect graham cracker note. TPA cheesecake (graham crust) at 1.5% to fill blend the crust and custard. Tpa brown sugar at .5% was used as well to darken and sweeten the crust!
For the Banana Custard layer i went with what i had. CAP Banana has a really good artificial banana flavor and used low at 1% along with TFA Banana Cream at 3%, it makes what i think of when i think "banana pudding" as far as the banana taste goes. Artificial. FLV Vanilla Pudding at 1.5% and FA Custard Premium at 1.5% round out the filling very nicely.
FA Marshmallow Vanilla at .75% along with TPA Whipped Cream at 2% both help add to the whipped topping as well as the custard inside.
I vaped this off the shake with (1.5 cap banana 2.5 tpa banana cream) and the banana was a little sharp. Readjusted and this is vapeable after a day but gove it time and it will only bloom.
I added .75% FLV sweetener (sucralose) to this, you can add sweetener to your own descretion!
If you like what i make please leave feedback!
We are all always learning :)
Created by u/ohm-society and shared at https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/4l3oy3/gentlemans_custard/
Total Flavouring: 16%
Steep Time: 4+ Weeks
Pairs well with ales, stouts and dark beers, from complimenting flavours.
RY4 Double (TPA):
One of the sweeter tobacco's flavours with notes of caramel and vanilla. It's slightly earthy, nutty, a tad smokey, and just a great mellow tobacco flavour. Can be a bit dry on the exhale but we can balance that out.
Very spot on butterscotch taste, although it's not very creamy nor is it very sweet. The use of the additional caramel's add to the body and depth of the butterscotch profile. At 3% it's presence is unmistakable.
Brown Sugar (TPA):
Used mainly for it's sweetness but also for it's similar compounds that help boost the existing caramel and butterscotch notes.
Vanilla Custard (CAP):
I have tried using other custards, (FA, TPA, FLV) and although each were good, they just... well aren't CAP's vanilla custard. I have a hard time not resorting to using CAP's v1 but at least I gave it a shot. It's buttery, very rich, creamy, tasty and just works so well here. It's really the body, the backbone of this recipe, but can easily be swapped out for a different custard profile. Although, I don't suggest it.
Acetyl Pirazine (TPA):
Is used to round out the tobacco and increase it's roasted and nutty profile.