(CAP) French Vanilla V2


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Used in 241 recipes at an average of 2.49%.

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this is my low DAPP version of my strawberry custard If you want the description to this recipe go look at the original.

If you want really low dab I suggest using French vanilla v2 but you can use festoon one to make it a bit more dappy . witch is what i do when i use vanilla custard v2 so it’s not too low on the dap lol . I will post my original FULL DAP version next .

A cigar-tobacco recipe.This is quite old school,mixed mostly with flavours that have been around for years.Cigar Passion(FA),which has been renamed to Cigar Old,gives a slight floral note to the mix.This note can be detected in some Tuscan cigars

Due to VSO flavorings not being on this site, i have had to substitute flavor companies to be able to post this, but please, mix this with VSO fruits only.... They really make this recipe shine...
I recommend a steep to let the creams work their magic, and to let the sharpness of the lemon work in with the berries...
A luxurious dark berries and (ice) cream experience with a bright note from the raspberry and lemon cooked in with the darker berry flavors...
(I'm a firm believer of BRING YOUR OWN COOLANT, so if you want it, you probably know how much you like)

After the steep i have decided i would like to add a touch of sweetener, although the meringue does add some sweetness as it steeps..I'm waiting on my cap Super Sweet to come in, and will try a batch at .25%

Really just took Verve's Sweet Leaf , split the vanilla's between Shisha Vanilla and Cap French Vanilla v2 , then threw some INW Custard at it.
I added .5% Super Sweet because I like it on the sweet side but this would work fine without it.

It's ok as a SNV but after 5 days it's "there".

i wanted a blueberry funnel cakes so i made one . lol here you guys go .

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A simple vanilla custard with rich egg and butter graham notes layered beneath.

Just something I started mixing back in 2010 I think. It wasn’t too long after I started vaping and wanted a cheap consistent flavor. Just added some French Vanilla V2 to it recently..

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This's the discontinued Commodore Pearry recipe that Charlie Noble posted on their blog. Haven't mixed this one up yet, but looks fairly tasty.

The blog post didn't give any sort of steeping time. I'd recommend a week, just to be safe.

Reddit thread;
https://www.reddit.com/r/electronic_cigarette/comments/67qvss/charlie_noble_the_notsodiscontinued_series/

Original blog post here;
https://charlienoble.com/blogs/charlie-noble/the-not-so-discontinued-series-commodore-pearry

Some donut type of flavor, just experimenting around with stuff.

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