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So this is inspired by @TamVavpes her goo in my butter cake. https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/119884#goo_in_my_butter_cake_by_tamvapes
I wanted to make an over the top cake that I would love to eat for REALS
FW sponge cake and JF yellow cake combine to create a sweet dense yellow cake base for this mix
FA Custard premium and JF dulce de leche combine to create a thick creamy vanilla caramel dairy filling for this cake. TPA dulce can work but JF just has more body, flavor and no off noes it is just easier to work with . FW is a watered down light caramel with little to no body or dairy notes. FA preium custard is a short steep caramel vanilla - ish custard. (it does have dicetyl so FYI) ISome get egg notes, I cant say it is a very prominent and not something I can pick up in a mix
FW Butter pecan and FW butterscotch ripple combine to create a creamy butterscotch topping for the cake
This is a little bit of a steeper the longer the better but starts to come alive at 7 days best at 2 weeks
Additions: this is a pretty sweet cake and really does not need any sweetner. VTA has a desiccated coconut that would work really well as a top note and is yummy. VT honey comb is also a nice texturing addition to this mix and has a slight chocolate note
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I got the inspiration for this recipe from a truckstop coffee currently being offered. I have never bought the coffee but it sounded good so I went for it. No need to worry about the boosy note in this recipe as the bourbon is very light after the steep and blends nicely with the butter pecan and and coffee. This needs 5-7 days to steep. I get butter pecan/caramel/cream on the inhale that transitions smoothly to a creamy coffee on the exhale.
SM Italian Roast.... Stixx Mixx concentrates are ready to use presteeped flavors. I find this to be a medium roast black coffee...not bitter just a very clean coffee flavor. I prefer this concentrate between 5-6% but i believe you could take it higher without any off notes...just stronger more in your face coffee.
RF Aged Bourbon Cream.....While this does have a distinct bourbon note after the steep is becomes subdued somewhat by the cream and caramel that emerges.. This flavor needs around five days to steep although it can be shake and vape if you don't mind the bourbon.
OOO Butter Pecan Ice Cream....light butter pecan with a lot of cream...at this percentage i get no off notes in it at all but i find the Pecan note light.
FW Butter Pecan...not much i can add about this flavor...its good...feel free to substitute OOO Butter Pecan if that is you prefered flavor.
FA Vanilla Bourbon....Enough said...LOL
This mix is based on the Picarones – Peruvian doughnuts, bunuelos, or beignets. It is a fried doughnut that is made from boiled pumpkin and sweet potato, mixed with flour and yeast and then fried. There is no egg or milk added. it is served with a sugar cane syrup of fruit and spices.
You get the sweet dough on the front with the pumpkin and spice at the back end. The buttter pecan brings the two together - really enjoyable fall vape
WF Picarones and OOO Vanilla Marshmallow now I have never had a Picarones, but this flavor does seem to mimic what I think the actual desert would be like . You get a sweet dough in the front followed by the pumpkin and fried mouth feel along with a powdery type finish almost. I cant say I picked out any sweet potato here . The marshmallow is simply added for some volume and sweetness
FW Butter Pecan was added for a bit of texture caramel and buttery mouth feel . While the authentic recipes does not call for any nuts I just could not pass up the opportunity here
VT golden syrup, VT orange marmalade, FLV pumpkins spice combine to create the dipping syrup that this is served with picarones. VT golden syrup is pretty useful for creating the base here along with the slight sweet citrus note of the orange marmalade . The pumpkin spice is ideal for the spice blend that is added to the syrup.
FLV Apple Cranberry was added for some top notes here, it needed some brightness to contract the deeper sweet notes of this mix
NOTES and SUBS you can sub FLV milk and honey for the golden syrup for a deeper darker sweetness, the cranberry apple is not needed but i just like the the slight bit of brightness it provides ; it is pretty sweet but if you want more feel free to add sweetner of choice
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Styxx mixx Peruvian pangona is just a a perfect medium roast coffee with some pecan back notes that works with this mix soooo well. it also has a very short steep - which is fantastic for a coffee
PUR caramel coffee adds some supportive coffee notes and caramel sweetness
FW Butter Peacn is just a rich buttery note with a hint of cream and a pecan finish
FLV cream is the perfect half and half to me with a bit of inherit sweetness
FLV milk and honey provide some of the dark amost brown surgar note that supports the caramel
DIYFS holy vanilla provides a vanilla top note to this mix
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Someone on Facebook shared a recipe for Bourbon Graham Cracker Candy, and my interest was piqued.
I decide to try and layer different concentrates to get the bourbon, graham, and pecan parts of the recipe. I adore FW Butter Pecan and Graham Cracker but wanted to see if I could boost them both a bit using OOO Butter Pecan and CAP Graham Cracker (which has a light bakery cinnamon note that plays well with the butter pecan and bourbon) respectively. I did the same with TFA Kentucky Bourbon and VT Bourbon . . . a proven pairing that works.
I used DIYFS Holy Holy Grail to boost the caramelized syrup of the two Butter Pecans (it is, in my opinion, a stellar caramel, and the touch of tobacco brings a nutty, earthy accent to help, both, the graham and the pecan aspects). Having attempted a graham forward recipe in the past, I wanted to round out the edges with a creamy custard, turning to the buttery, smooth FA Custard Premium to achieve that feat.
Mixed it 60vg/40pg and enjoyed it last night with several sips of whiskey . . . it was also an excellent complement to coffee this morning. After a full week with 5th graders, whose minds are still firmly fixed on summer-mode, it was a much needed respite from the chaos. Enjoy!
AP is one or two drops per 30ml
Steep 7 to 14 days. I hate steeping too but you know.
Australian chocolate and the VBG make the milk chocolate ish chocolate. The salted caramel and butter pecan and AP make the caramel pecan base.
This takes about a week to settle down and in. I lost my sample bottle for 2 moths. It was good after a week but after two months it held up very good and was slightly better.
The chocolate is well just what chocolate is when its vaped. Just ok at best. I do think TPA VBG does add some milkiness to chocolates. The salted caramel and butter pecan really have a nice butter caramel aftertaste. The AP really brings the nuttiness of the butter pecan out,
Trying my hand at a Stroopwafel. Very good food item to be paired with coffee, and would love to see if I can translate this into vape well enough.
.05 Rich cinnamon is ONE DROP in a 30mL.
Ok, this is VERY good off the shake, so if you can't wait, you can vape it up. I prefer to let these ingredients sit 1-2 weeks, but its all up to you. Will just get better over time!