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(CAP) Vanilla Custard


By: Capella (CAP) - Buy Direct
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Flavor Profile: custard dessert vanilla

Used in 9845 recipes at an average of 3.019%.

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LUSH, definition: very rich and providing great sensory pleasure. That's what I am attempting here. This recipe is best defined as a strawberry tart with a pistachio, graham crust. I was wanting to create something bright and refreshing to break out of the heavy eliquids that we often vape during the winter months.
The Body:
A creamy light custard with a graham cracker crust incrusted with pistachio undertones. CAP Vanilla Custard, TPA Cheesecake (Graham Crust), FA Pistacchio (Pistachio).
The Top Note:
Sweet, fresh strawberries with sugar added. I found it hard to use just one strawberry to get that fresh, ripe strawberry that I was going for, so I built my own using FA Juicy Strawberry, TPA Strawberry (ripe), and JF Strawberry Sweet.
Accent:
The pistachio is part of the body of this recipe but also lends itself to the accent note on the end of the vape.
A 5 day steep is a minimum and I recommend 1 week.
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After three months of tinkering with more iterations than I care to count, I’m sending this off to the world.

My Three Cities recipe was made without ever trying the real deal, and after I received a sample from ID10-T, I became slightly obsessed with trying to clone this juice. There is just something about it that makes it pretty obvious to me why it’s a popular juice.

Two things really jumped out at me. One was the satisfyingly dense mouth feel. I started out with RY4 Double and FE Cigar from the get-go, but it wasn’t dense enough. I eventually tried tasting a few drops of the juice to try to find a clue as to what could be in it, and I pretty much only tasted vanilla. Skipping all the vanilla trials, I ended up admitting defeat and used CAP Vanilla Custard. Using enough of that to get the mouth feel right made the taste way too vanilla heavy, so I lowered that down a bit and used some CAP Sugar Cookie. These two ingredients make this absolutely not a 1:1 clone since they contain them diketones, but god damn it they are good.

The other thing that really jumped out at me every time I tasted the real thing was this sweet little tickle on the tip of the tongue. It almost feels like a cooling sensation, but not. Hard to explain. But there’s a few things that I think are coming together here to give that feeling. TFA Toasted Almond, FW Fig, and TFA Turkish. I had to go a lot lower with all three of those than I thought I would have to, but each one lends a little something to that sweet little tickly top note.

I’m not going to say this is the perfect Tripoli recipe, but it’s the best one I can do.

Signature moist and fluffy sponge cake is accented with legendary Tastykake butterscotch icing. With a distinctive and unique shape that fits right into your fingertips, each Krimpet is a perfect handheld treat. Tasytykake Krimpets have been considered icons of the brand since their introduction in 1927.

DAAP be DAMNED!

Me and DAAP are like that woman down the street who secretly gives out gobbies for trips to the store. No matter what you do, You just can't escape the wrenches of sweet release.

This recipe was formulated for a buddy of mine (Klowd Klown) after the Cinnamon Marshmallow Pudding by Vapor Maid profile. Obviously this is a commercially economical mix.

CAP Vanilla Custard
The pudding.

FW Cinnamon Roll
The cinnamon piece to the profile.

TFA Marshmallow
Sweetness and because of the overall dry-effect Cinnamon Roll creates, TFA Marshmallow offsets it with moistness.

TFA Bavarian Cream
It's thick, dairy and vanilla properties add dimension.

Yes, I know....Corn Custard!? I know this sounds like a weird profile to go after but I recently purchased Country Clouds' Corn Bread Pudding and it is awesome! Although it suffers from what most commercial juices suffer from, too much sweetener and slight off notes. This recipe is not a clone or remix of Country Clouds Corn Bread Pudding but it's very similar in it's profile.
You may ask why name it Corn Custard when there's no corn in it? When I test flavors, no matter what the label says, I write down what I taste. When testing FW Cheesecake I get a slight "dirty socks" or popcorn taste. So why put something that tastes like "dirty socks" in this recipe? Because, when paired with INW Biscuit, CAP Butter Cream, TPA Acetyl Pyrazine, and a touch of DFS HOLY HOLY GRAIL RY4, it transforms into a "kettle corn-like" flavor. The FW Cheesecake with the CAP Vanilla Custard adds a creamy custard that will have you mixing this recipe again and again. The DFS HOLY HOLY GRAIL RY4 also adds some vanilla in there as well. I added a touch of sweetener to brighten it up a bit as well.
This recipe needs a 1 week steep but after 5 days the custard starts to shine. Don't vape this off the shake, it takes a few days for all the flavors to blend in.
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my version of a glazed donut. hope everyone enjoys it. as a shake and vape it tastes more like a fancy vanilla custard. after a few days the vanillas start mellowing out and the full profile starts to come into play. its still missing something though in my mind to help it not taste so... dry.... any comments are welcome

edit removed INW biscuit @ 0.45%, suggested by duped

This is a adaptation of Wayne's "My Custard", but specifically for those of us out there who aren't afraid of 20% recipes. It's the most delicious vape I've ever personally made. This reminds me of a Butterscotch Pudding more than a custard, and the Kettle Corn really transforms the way this recipe "sticks" to your mouth.

As far as development notes, since it was based off someone else's recipe I went a different route. I added some of my favorite flavors, at %'s I KNOW I could taste them at. I didn't change a single thing from my first attempt, as it's so damn good to me that it lacks nothing. Sometimes you get lucky, and personally this is on the level of "Golden Oreo Custard" with respect to accurately portraying the real life, edible version.

Give it 7-10 days, at 10 days it's a different animal than even at 5 days.
I hope you enjoy it.

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Just a very simple Cheesecake with a hint of lemon from the FA Custard.

Cap NY Cheesecake: Just a nice balanced Cheescake flavoring that doesn’t have to much crust taste but is light bodied and full of Flavor.
Loran’s Cream Cheese Icing: This mixes very well to create that nice cream cheese flavor you get from real Cheesecake at 1% it’s just perfect not too overpowing.
FA Custard: This adds a nice light Lemon zest note that you get from real Cheesecake. Use this at .5% so it does not overpower the mix.
Shisha Vanilla: Adds a nice sweet Vanilla Flavor to mix that blend very well to make the perfect Cheesecake a bit sweeter.
Cap Vanilla Custard V1: at .5% adds a nice Amount of body and eggyness to recipe to make it all round out.
What you get in the end is a perfect Ny Cheesecake that is nice and not overly layered or complex and has the perfect Body of a real Authentic piece of Cheesecake. Mix this up and Enjoy, its absolutely delicious after a nice 3 day Steep.
Taste good off the shake mixed at 70/30. If you want a fruit added to it feel free to make it. Works well as a Strawberry Cheesecake with 1% Shisha strawberry added.

Was looking to play around with that FA almond and came up with this. After a 3 day steep it’s a super smooth and creamy almond cookie custard and balanced enough that you can taste everything that’s going on in the mixture. The almond I believe is what bringing it all together blended in to the back ground. Any feedback is appreciated but I really enjoy this one as it is. Hope you all enjoy it too!

A delicious, rich and creamy custard with a nice vanilla punch. As always the sweetener is up to you ;-) to use as a great custard base to add fruits etc, get rid of the vanilla bean ice cream and knock vanilla swirl down to 1.5%

Flavor Notes

By: Chrisdvr1 Score: 100 / 100 Solo: 7.0% Mix: 3.5% Steep: 3 days Difficulty: 10 / 100

Nice and creamy dairy, moderately eggy, very buttery without being greasy with a smooth Rich vanilla, and in my opinion the perfect level of sweetness.


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