While FA Cola is surely the star of the show, it goes together HEAVENLY with TFA Black Cherry. This alone is just pure gold.
When adding a nice Vanilla Cream with TFA VBIC, French Vanilla Deluxe and Vanilla Swirl, it just becomes this magical creamy, sparkly, fluffy Cola heaven and every Cola fan should try this out! The 0.3% FA Vanilla Bourbon (which is just Vanilla, no alcohol!) makes one hell of a difference as well.
Additives: Super Sweet is an absolute must, WS-23 is optional.
SNV for Cherry Coke, let it steep for around 5 days to get a rich, creamy Vanilla Cherry Coke.
Simple and tasty chocolate and banana cream mix.
I don't think the flavors needs much description, apart from VT Devon Cream, which has a fantastic chocolate note to it. To me it's a full-out chocolate flavor. MB Glamour Chocolate a lighter slightly milky chocolate, and it's the reason why this needs around a week of steeping, since it takes a while for that chocolate flavor to fully develop.
Sweetener is highly recommended for this mix, TFA 1% or CAP 0.5%.
WS-23 works here too, if that's your thing.
People in D / A / CH most likely know and love "Der Grüne" by Pfanner, which is a Cactus-Lemon Green Ice Tea.
After around 6 Iterations, this recipe comes close to 99% of the orginal.
TFA Sweet Tea builds the tea base that is rounded up to a Green Tea base with FA Green Tea and FA Bergamot.
INW Cactus and CAP Lemon Sicily are providing the Cactus-y, Lemon-y note that is slightly sour with some help of TFA Sour.
SuperSweet and WS-23 are additives of course, but are a must for the original taste and coldness of an Ice Tea.
Steep Time: Can be SNV'd but it is recommended to let it steep for at least 3 days for the Cactus to settle. The recipe reaches its full potential after 5+ 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.
So this recipe was inspired immediately after smelling Country Apple (PUR) for the first time. It is just a perfect baked apple with plenty of sweet caramel goodness. After months of development I am finally satisfied with this recipe. To me it represents the profile pretty well. Mix and Enjoy!
P.S. I have a string of Ice Cream recipes that I am nearly finished with so look out for those if you're a fan of those profiles.
County Apple (PUR): The star of the show! This is without a doubt my favorite apple flavor and it is the perfect fit for this profile. At 3% it is perfectly incorporated throughout the whole vape. Pairs perfectly with Cinnamon Danish Swirl to give it an apple pie profile.
Cinnamon Danish Swirl (CAP): This flavor is used to give this recipe it's apple pie character. Works well with Country Apple and gives it some spice & caramel notes.
Cookie (FA): Gives this a sort of pie crumble taste. Lacks the texture I was looking for. I'll have to revisit that later.
Vanilla Bean Ice Cream (TFA): The main Ice Cream flavor for this recipe. Everyone loves VBIC and now I understand why. Though I do find some off-notes with it at high percentages.
Vanilla Ice Cream (LB): Used in conjunction with VBIC (TFA) to give it more creamy texture.
French Vanilla Icecream (HS): Adds just a bit more cream and just enough butter to enhance the apple pie.
WS-23: Cooling agent. Feel free to leave out if you prefer.
if you like some coffee with your cream well this is it.
Using FW as a main butterscotch note because it’s a heavy, creamy butterscotch. The addition of FLV smoked butterscotch adds the toasted smoked notes. TFA Irish cream is an old trick of mine used in small amounts to boost and deepen the butterscotch notes. I used FA Capuchino for the main sweet slightly creamy coffee notes and boosted it with a little Dark bean in order to push the coffee through the dense butterscotch notes.
I felt it needs some additional undescriptive cream notes without too much of a heavy vanilla and without adding additional heavy cream notes, so I combined cream fresh and Vanilla Ice cream from FA since both those creams are light and milky. TFa toasted marshmallow is in the mix as the sweetener and to add another layer of toasted notes.
Solub Arome's cafe vanilla cacao as the main coffee base with Vape Train's coffee milk froth to accentuate and add a frothy/whipped note. FLV's Butterscotch and Smoked Butterscotch for obvious reasons with the Nic River Vanilla Bacco. Tobaccos help boost coffee flavors for some reason and the added vanilla note is a nice bonus.
Result is a light coffee with cream with vanilla smoked butterscotch "creamer" effect.