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Profile: Caramel Rum with a breeze of French Vanilla
I felt like caramel and rum would go very well together. Adding in vanilla to the mix just seemed to fit really well.
Originally, I made this only using VT Light Rum, but it lacked in the rum department and I tried with a bunch of other booze concentrates, but it didn't hit the spot I was after.
After landing on FA Jamaican Rum, I knew I was on to something good here.
To bolster the rum and caramel a little, I decided to add in FA Butterscotch to give the mix a bit of depth and round off some of the edges. It gives this mix a nice round mouth filler.
Since both CAP French Vanilla and FA Butterscotch needs a couple of days to really kick into gear, I suggest you leave this for 4 days and let it brew.
This is a very light custard - you get the thickness, the caramel note, and the creaminess without it being too overwhelming.
CAP French Vanilla - Adds some extra vanilla.
TPA Vanilla Swirl - More added vanilla flavor, and that creamy soft serve note with a touch of sweetness.
FA Bavarian Cream & TPA Whipped Cream - Gives the custard a lift on the cream side, whilst keeping the custard itself low and mellow.
The 3 week steep is necessary for TPA Custard come to life, and blend with the other flavors.
I use 70/30 - VG/PG Vape ready Nic solution at 3mg
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My take on a vanilla icecream and sugar cookie sandwich (or a blonde Klondike bar).
I played with various biscuit and cookie concentrates and various percentages a bit, but came back to CAP SC as the star.
The cookie sandwich here is a pretty simple mix of both CAP Sugar Cookie and INW Biscuit. The CAP SC gives a sweet and also slightly grainy feel to the cookie in this mix, while the INW helps with a little more depth and a darker cookie backnote.
The ice cream here is a mix of CAP VBIC and TFA Bavarian Cream, which are used in conjunction with the vanilla's below to really give a good punchy vanilla icecream. The addition of CAP SL Whipped Marshmallow helps to add a little sweetness, and lift the creams up a bit to prevent them being too "heavy"
CAP French Vanilla and INW Shisha Vanilla give a strong and distinct layer to this profile, which is what I was going for. The CAP FV is a superstar in my opinion when it comes to vanilla flavours, but it is distinct from other widely used vanilla concentrates. The Shisha does need a little time to mellow out, even at only 0.75%, so a good 2 week steep to help the vanilla's blend with the creams will give a much more satisfying vape.
As always, I mix this at 70% VG.
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So if anyone has ever tried my original A&W root beer float and thought it was good well I got a good tip and inverted it into this one and with the 2 different root beer flavors in this one they give it alil more spice with a nice smooth ice cream notes in the background give this one a shot guys U might like this one better