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Imagine you go to a fancy café with a flannel-shirted, long-bearded man wearing horn-rimmed glasses as employee.
You take a look at the menu of the day and order the "Premium Hazelchoc Frappucino"
This recipe is reminiscent of a latte with hazelnut - chocolate - liqueur notes.
The main part is played by the (FA) Dark Bean, which is an excellent coffee with roasted notes. For the creamy part, I use (FA) Cream Fresh in combination with (CAP) Vanilla Custard and support the vanilla note with (CAP) French Vanilla. The combination of (FA) Hazelnut and (FW) Hazelnut pairs the nutty component. Here, the (FA) Hazelnut lends an authentic but dry hazelnut, which is balanced by the creaminess of the (FW) Hazelnut. For the special chocolate part, I chose (FLV) Chocolate Deutsch. This flavour has a dark chocolatey core and adds a slight liqueur note to the recipe with its unique taste.
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This is the actual version I vape of my OG Custard recipe.
The Longer you steep it the better it gets
I make a 500ml bottle and the best moment is when i remember i have like 100ml left, after 6 months or so, and try it ... my god its liquid heaven.
This has DAAP
This has Fructose
This Is Bad For You
This is thick, sweet, heavy and a very tasty Vanilla Custard Pie
Pretty old school flavours .. but men if works, it works..
This recipe is for all my fellow chocolate lovers out there. You can bump all these up to 5% if you need but I figured most people would like the recipe better with everything at 4%. You can definitely shake and vape this recipe but the longer you let it steep the better it will be.
You do not need to use stevia in this recipe regular super sweet or whatever you use to sweeten your recipes will work just fine, I just prefer a 50/50 blend of both.
Lava cake LB- this is the main note here this extract is relatively strong but it's pretty perfect at it's recommended percentage. Given that it's a liquid barn extract it's pretty forgiving when you try to layer things on it.
Yellow Cake JF- I really enjoy this extract it's pretty new to me so I can't really go into detail about it's uses. I tried to use flavor west yellow cake but personally Im not the biggest fan of it considering it destroys your coils. I'm using this here to help boost the cake flavor of lava cake.
Vanilla custard CAP and Cake Batter CAP- This is my go to pastry blend whether I'm making a doughnut, cake or any baked good. I always mix them at equal percentages and I have a separate one shot type bottle that I use which is 50% of each. Personally I'd use them at 5% each but again figured most will like it slightly lower.
Since I started doing DiY, there's only one premium flavor I've really missed, and that's Blue Dot Vapor's Dots Custard. It is a vanilla custard with an undertone of orange, and just a hint of graham cracker. After some experimenting, I think I've got it. It may not be as sweet as the juice I've ordered hundreds of ml of, but the flavor profile is bang-on. As a custard flavor, this sucker needs a good steep.