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I used to really enjoy FW Butterscotch Ripple at 10% Standalone, it was a decent vape however it was a little 'flat' so I decided to come up with a mix that would add some depth and boost those butterscotch notes.
Tested on a Asmodus C4 at 0.3ohms 50w, Profile 1.5 RDA at 0.13 70w, Kensei RTA 0.13 braided at 70w and a Profile Unity RTA 0.16 55w
I really enjoy this off a shake, however the longer this is left the more the Custard comes through, 30 days steep will give you that pleasant rich and thick pudding background with the butterscotch and cheesecake well blended in
The backbone of this recipe is FW Butterscotch ripple at 8% this gives a pleasant butterscotch with a creamy background, to this FLV Butterscotch at 2% adds depth to the butterscotch while also making it more prominant, added at 1% it was still a little too light, 1.5% was a bit better but 2% was perfect and really boosts those buttery butterscotch notes as well as making the FW Butterscotch a little darker.
CAP NY Cheesecake at 2.5% adds depth and thickness to the cream that the FW brings to the table and makes this rich and smooth and pushes this towards a thick pudding dessert
FA Custard Premium added at 4% gives this a strong Vanilla egg custard that further enhances the butter in the butterscotch and adds a lot of depth and makes this more of a rich butterscotch pudding this is the absolute highest I would use the Custard Premium and only against concentrates that could take it without being overpowered.
Using ediblemalfunction's blueberry trinity as a base for the blueberry, I added a few things to it to make a pretty delicious cheesecake flavor!
NY Cheesecake CAP - MMMM SO GOOD
Graham Cracker Clear - gives it that cracker crust goodness
Marshmallow - adds to the mouthfeel of the over all juice.
This stuff is dank even off the shake. I'm sure as it steeps it'll blossom further.
I built this recipe with layers from Mixin Vixen's Berry Custard Episode #88
Cranberry Cobbler, Wild Berry Cobbler and Sweet Currant
ML Nikon mixed the Cranberry, Wild Berry and Currant in her Berry Cobbler Custard and that got me thinking about making this into a rich holiday tart wrapped around a Cheesecake. I mixed this as a V1 without the currant and it was a bit tart... but I think it could be a tad heavy in this version and will likely drop it to 1% on the v3 mix. I have also been playing with a touch of FLV White Chocolate in my cheesecakes and think this recipe could benefit from a touch of that as a binding agent to smooth out the berry and accent the cheesecake.
Along with the cobblers makes the bakery/crust note in this and is spot on to how I wanted it to feel on the mouth and the richness of that crumb topping and bits of soft gooey cobbler funk that I love so much.
Pudding, Ice Cream, Cheesecake - WOW... this was a winner and works really well to soften the berry and add that thick mouth feel and rich creamy after note. The LB imparts some butter and almost a thick rich cream to add to the cheesecake.
With this recipe I did some tweaks its not perfect but damn close ...any suggestions would be greatly appreciated... thanks @goldfish18
I don’t like to much strawberry on my cream.
Always wondered what to do with that “Cap Strawberries and cream” all forgotten, with spider webs all over its cute bottle.
Found this cream with a hint of sweet ripe strawberry on top. Tasty. Adv. Not too sweet.
If you are that sugary vape kinda person, add that 0.5% super sweet you have over there.
Shake and vape certified 🎈
Hope you enjoy!
Lots of love and flavor <3
I vape this shit every single day
It’s freaking simple and obvious... but since I found out how I LOVE FA cookie, I almost stopped developing, that’s how addicted I got to this single flavor @5% (yes, insane).
But then I thought about putting some work upon it. That’s how my adv was born.
Jf Milk chocolate brings the chocolate chips... but you could take it out and would continue mind blowing. Or swap to double chocolate clear @ 1%
Already lovely as S&V, but it’s definitely best after a week or two
Hope you enjoy
Lots of love and flavor <3
I love ENYAWREKLAW’s BOOSTed V3 recipe. All I did here was change the strawberry combo and add INW Biscuit for the ice cream cone (another idea I pinched from ENYAWREKLAW- from his strawberry ice cream cone recipe). It worked out better than I could have imagined.
I got CAP Ripe Strawberries and wanted to play around with it. I decided to put it in a recipe I knew quite well- BOOSTed v3.
The combo of strawberries are made for each other-maybe literally with them both being CAP. There’s the perfect amount of tartness and sweetness which I think balances well with the cream and the cone comes in on the end.
If you would like more strawberry increase both to 4.5%. If you would like it to be more ice cream forward do them at 3.5%.
I wouldn’t have made it public as it feels like I cheated but it tastes so bloody good! This is definitely my favourite strawberry cream recipe that I’ve tried. All credit goes to ENYAWRECKLAW though as it’s 90% his recipe anyway.
It’ll need 3 days minimum. But it gets so much better after a steep. 5 days recommended.
Ps. If anyone can tell me how I put a link to ENYAWREKLAWs recipe at the bottom of the description that would be much appreciated. I can’t work out how to do it. Thanks
A cranberry custard for the Mixin Vixens!
Sweeten to taste. Raspberry helps build up the body of the cranberry. Bicuit builds the body of the cobbler note. Coconut for texture and to enhance the coconut in the biscuit. Using the richer version of my quick custard to contrast the sweet tart of the cobbler/raspberry combination.