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I made this last night and I put it in my tank this morning I dripped a little last night but this morning it was amazing. Or at liest I think it's amazing. Give it a try and let me know what you think I am just taking a guess on the best tasting steep time but honestly after 10 hours it's amazing. You could probably lose the meringue but it's good with it but I doubt it would taste much different with out it.
a Delicious and sophisticated Bourbon and Nut Custard.
Dropped the liquid amber from 0.75% to 0.3% and upped the Butter Pecan by 0.5%. Also added some AP to bring out the nuttiness of the Butter Pecan and Torrone a bit.
I felt that the mix wasn't sweet enough so added 0.25% sweetener.
I'm happy with where it is now as a shake and vape, Will let it steep for 7 days and come back with my findings
I gave the juice 2 weeks to mature as a week wasn't enough.
It's a rich custard with burnt sugar and bourbon undertones with a noticeable nuttiness on the exhale. The liquid amber carries the bourbon flavour nicely at 0.3%.
All in all I'm very pleased with the results. I don't see this as an ADV just because of how heavy and rich it is, but it's a satisfying vape.
A delicious dessert from Austria. Vanilla bean ice cream dumpling with apricot filling, rolled in grated, roasted and slightly caramelised hazelnuts.
Pronunciation: aɪ̯s - maˈʀɪlən - ˈknøːdl
- Let it steep for a least 4 days!
- The sweetener is NOT optional, the recipe really needs it. (I wouldn't go lower than 1%)
Mangos and Christmas needed to find each other. Who doesn't want to celebrate with a tropical Christmas? A creamy, buttery fruity delight that brings pecan to the party for something different.
CAP Mango when combined with other fruits maintains it's themed taste and picks up sweetness. The back end musky taste so many complain about from mango is eliminated here because of the other fruit additions.
Cheesecake Graham Crust and VBIC are the base and here for the the creaminess I wanted for this mix. The percentages are just enough to make it the main profile over the fruit. Sometimes you want a cream with fruit instead of a fruit with cream...There is a difference, and is intended here.
Butter Pecan is the star of the show here, and puts the creaminess on another level while adding a nut highlight. It accentuates the already added cream notes with buttery goodness. Biscuit is in there to add to that effect without increasing the nut profile.
This recipe was made for drippers. A week steep is necessary to let the butter pecan settle in and let the fruits figure out how they will lay in this mix. In the end, it's a different take on a mango presentation, and not another overwhelming fruit mix. Mango Mas to all.
*FA Fuji used as Jungle Flavors are not available in Canada.
I know, how unique is an apple fritter? If it wasn't so good, I would have selected a different entry. This is a warm buttery fritter that is just in time for fall. Here in Canada we have Tim Hortons for our coffee stop and they make a very simple fresh (not overly sweet) apple fritter I really wanted to recreate. I mix this at 30/70 PG/VG and let it steep a week.
CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl- this has a rich spicy cinnamon base with it requiring a high enough percentage for all notes to come through against the buttery cream but not so much to get a mouthful of cinnamon. 3% was just right to get this.
FA Fuji- at higher percentages this can be nauseating but is still a main note in the profile. 1% gives a greener apple without over powering the recipe. It holds on the steep and allows for a fresh apple note to ring through.
TPA Strawberry Ripe- this will need a higher percentage than the apple to lend its sweetness and red strawberry back note. It gives us a bridge between the apple and danish swirl.
FW Sweet Cream- this is imperative for our buttery creaminess in the recipe. It takes some steep time to shine through but when it arrives it creates a balance in the recipe.
FW Salty Butter Balls- I have no idea what salty butterballs are but know this flavor well. It works very well with Cinnamon Danish Swirl and the very slight salty butter flavor adds a richness and spicy butter to the mix. There is also a brown sugar like note included with this flavor and does it without the burnt sugar taste found in other options.
FW Butter pecan- what is lacking in the Butter balls and sweet cream is found here. The final butterscotch like flavor in the butter pecan tops it all off. There is a subtle pecan flavor that lends well to the other ingredients and rounds it all out.