Flavor Profile: complex cream smooth strong sweet thick vanilla
Used in 2235 recipes at an average of 1.414%.
A light vanilla/toffee-topped custard cream.
This one is a twist on my ADV at the moment, 1-2-3 Creme Brulee, which is
1% DFS Holy Vanilla, 2% INW Custard and 3% VT Creme Brulee ( recipe link below).
One day I mistakenly used 3% VT Toffee Ice Cream instead of 3% VT Creme Brulee (similar bottles) but was pleasantly suprised with the result.
VT Toffee Ice cream has subtle toffee top notes which are complemented by the spicy vanilla notes from Holy Vanilla. 2% INW Custard works beautifully with VT Toffee Ice Cream providing buttery custard/ biscuit back notes. 0.35% FLV Sweetness rounds things out.
Even though it only has three ingredients, this recipe is unapologetically moreish.
S&V certified but gets richer as it steeps.
1-2-3 Creme Brulee
The Blueberry Custard to end all blueberry custards. Or is it a Blueberry Cream? Wait, it kind of tastes like a Cheesecake, too! This mix plays tricks with your mind. I've even heard some getting waffle from it. FW Blueberry, TPA Blueberry, and FA Bilberry complete the trinity, along with INW Lemon Mix to really drive that blueberry forward.
INW Custard, INW Yes We Cheesecake, TFA Bavarian Cream, TFA Sweet Cream, TFA Marshmallow and DIYFS Holy Vanilla all combine to give a well rounded creamy as hell custardpiecakewaffle.
Since i was looking for a nice authentic churro recipe and i couldn't find any which caters to my needs,i decided to make my own and boy it's great.
Imo it tastes like a real churro you can buy at some mexican street vendor.
The zeppola and the funnel cake make the base here.The Biscuit gives it more of a soft buttery consistency,just like a real churro.To give it the sugar coating FA Meringue gets the job done.0,25% is just what you need.More and the Meringue gets to overpowering and that's not what you want.
Of course a churro needs some cinnamon.And what's the best cinnamon out there? Right,FLV Rich Cinnamon.1 drop per 30ml is enough to give it that nice,crisp cinnamon taste.
Holy Vanilla is just here to fill it out a bit and to make it even more creamy,or less baked.Not like a cinnamon danish.
That's it,enjoy and leave review!
A simple, smooth dessert RY4.
Holy Vanilla is a BEAST! I love vanilla, and Holy Vanilla is a rich, unique offering in the vanilla realm. The Sweet Cream, and Vanilla Swirl were added to smooth out, and induce the flow; while the RY4 Double provides that rich, caramel/light RY4 groove. All seem to blend very well together, and top off a great meal!
You can enjoy this after 5-7 days, but I like it after 2 weeks.
This is my recipe for Daytime Frank's holiday special. This was modeled after a specialty soda that I found in the grocery store for the holidays. As soon as I drank it, I knew that I wanted to try and recreate it into a vape while it was still fresh on my taste buds. It tasted like mixing a good cream soda with a shot of Irish cream, even though it was not alcoholic. I was picking up hints of rum in the soda, which is why I added a tiny bit of LA-Butter Rum. It intermingles beautifully with the FW-Cream Soda and TPA-Irish Cream. The DFS-Holy Vanilla helps round out the vanilla notes in the FW-Cream Soda. Even better, it is a fairly simple recipe by my standards. I created this as a SNV, so I cannot say how well it will hold up to a long steep just yet. It is not really fizzy but the soda itself was not either, so it works for this.
The DFS Holy Vanilla is a must have if you want it to taste authentic IMO. You can try to sub it out if you would like but it is the vanilla that most closely resembled the actual beverage.
I am not a tabaco lover, so this is as close to a "tobacco" as I can come ..LOL , this is a scotch Ry4 double cocktail that is tasty as a SV and hit its mark at around day 4 - 5
My inspiration for this was the picture in Jenifer Jarvis flavor pro FB group in the year of mixing
Week 46- Winding Down In the Ski lodge
VT scotch is one of the most boozie authentic scotches on its own - it even has some oakiness. It really does not need support from another scotch
The holy vanilla is a vanilla bean with some spice that also adds some body to this mix and rounds out the edges and works with the devon cream.
Devon cream adds body and a chocolate note on the exhale .
Ry4 double has a very subtle tobacco back note but is mostly caramel, nutty and chocolate notes which is good pairing for scotch
Honey comb adds some texture and sweetness.
Blood plumb adds some brighter top notes to this mix.
This is pretty sweet but add sweetner to your liking - I add just a touch of FLV sweetness at .03
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So I called this Fruit Roulette because while this profile has been done before this recipe is actually SIX IN ONE.. You can put the fruit in any order and its still a great vape with the main fruit being changed.
As posted is my favorite variation however i like them all. You can simply take for instance mix the watermelon at 2.25 the strawberry at 1.75 and the apple at 1 and it works still...just simple move the fruit flavors around in whatever order you want using these percentages and it works...hope you enjoy.
Only going to mention a few concentrates here
Cap Candied Watermelon - As the name implies it is indeed a Candied sweet watermelon..i don't get any harshness from this at all..this could easily be used higher IMO.
VT Shisha Double Apple - This apple is sweet as well full of apple flavor and a tobacco note...now the tobacco note here is why i suggest the 10 day steep..as long as the apple is used in the 1% slot the tobacco note fades to almost nothing making it seem like a spice note in the background.
Holy Vanilla - used here for some depth and Brightness
This is a remix of my favourite custard recipe, 3-2-1 Creme Brulee by Tootall. However, for shits and giggles, I tried out Vape Train's Creme Brulee, in place of INW Creme Brulee, and did a bit of tweaking.
At 3% VT Creme Brulee manages to pull off the scorched caramel taste better than Inawera's brulee. And while it might have less body and be more milky than Inawera's offering, 2% INW Custard fixes that issue providing a thick creamy, semi-biscuity flavour.
Next, on to the vanilla. A mixer on this site suggested using dark vanillas over bright vanillas to complement caramel top-notes. To see what he meant, two batches of this recipe were mixed: one with Shisha Vanilla (the bright one) and the other with DIYFS Holy Vanilla (the dark spicy vanilla). It turns out he's right. The difference was subtle yet apparent: Holy Vanilla worked nicely with the caramel notes in VT Creme Brulee. By the way, It's always refreshing to learn from experienced mixers who aren't cynical and are friendly and welcoming instead.
Overall, this is a pleasantly light yet decadent custard vape with caramel and earthy vanilla top-notes. 0.35% FW Sweetener was added to taste. Perfect as a S&V but gets richer as it steeps.
Tootall's 3-2-1 Creme Brulee