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For anyone out there that loved #32 but hated how sweet it was, this is for you. Been working on this for over a month now and I think I finally got it. Definately was not easy but I will let you all be the judge on how I did. Recipe Creation: My cloning process is simple; whatever profile I am after, I test 2-3 flavor combos that I think would make up the main aspects of the recipe. I keep testing combos until I find a similar enough base to build off. In this case it was zeppola and deep fried pastry dough. From here I had to figure out what flavor were needed to get me to the end product. The sugar cookie and cinnamon Danish swirl add more light airy pastry, sweetness, and spice. The golden butter helps boost the fried aspect and the richness. The Bavarian cream helps with some rough edges and keeps it from being dry. Enjoy!
Profile: Butterscotch cookie tobacco.
Note: DFS Holy Holy Grail RY4 is v1
I wanted to make a nice cookie tobacco for the morning with my coffee. Came up with this simple recipe. - This i my version 2 I enjoy a ton right now. Changes: The reduction of the butterscotch, sugar cookie, and vanilla custard plus the addition of cinnamon danish swirl, a the bit more holy holy grail and a bit of EM helps tie everything very well together. (Only room for improvement I'm seeing is fine tuning the butterscotch a bit more down)
Has a butterscotch cookie on the inhale with the tobacco coming out on the exhale.
I hope all enjoy, and if anyone has ideas for improvement feel free to send me a message!
I've been making my own juice for about six months now and with all the great recipes out there and my own admitted laziness I just never spent all that much time making my own recipes for juices. Tried some 1-2-3 recipes and a lot of them were okay, but it always just made more sense to head on over to popular and make something that I knew would be good. My girlfriend however has been hounding me for a caramel apple vape juice for awhile now and I thought it would be nice to try and make something for her.
I've made enough of other people's recipes to have a pretty basic understanding of some flavors. I went off of that mostly and my own nose. I wanted the apples to have a little bit of a spice note and for that thought cinnamon apple danish would be a good choice. I started out with it at 2%, but the cinnamon was too prevalent and I wanted it as more of a background note so I dropped the percentage down a bit. At 1% it's noticeable, but doesn't overpower anything else in the mix.
Of all the apples, I prefer double apple. Just taste juicy and delicious and is more of a non discriminate apple flavoring. Fuji is my jam too, so I chose that just to add some extra crisp juiciness to the apple profile.
I'm not a huge fan of FA caramel, but I thought I could push it a bit and add some FLV cream to offset some of the offnotes of it while adding a dash of nice creaminess to it as well. I added Ry4 double to help with the caramel notes as well. I think it has more of a traditional caramel flavor and that, with the caramel and the cream are my nice caramel coating.
Off the shake I'm really surprised and happy with it. It fucking taste like a caramel apple. The cream does a good job of adding some depth and mouthfeel to the flavor which makes the experience more authentic. If you mix this up I hope you enjoy it. This is my first recipe and after this, I think I'll try and make some more. it's kinda fun.