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Calling all Nut Lovers!
This is the first recipe I've taken cost into full consideration, limiting myself to two of the most common flavor manufacturers around. With the cold fronts we've been having here in the US, I wanted a nice dark Pistachio blend, And I feel this one turned out really well.
FW Salted Caramel
Used low to accentuate the dark tone and assist w/ authenticating the Butterscotch notes.
TFA Brown Sugar
Assists the overall profile by providing a slight burnt sugar taste. (In a good way)
TFA Bavarian Cream
Attributes a light vanilla note while contributing some slight creaminess to the mouthfeel.
FW Butterscotch Ripple
Next to FW Butterscotch, This is my favorite butterscotch. Adds a nice dark richness to accompany the nuttier tones.
TFA Acetyl Pyrazine
Tried with and without during trial revisions and found I enjoyed it much more with it's inclusion. Used here as a traditional flavor enhancer to add a slight "grain" texture and to help push forward the nut profile.
FW Butter Pecan
Used low to supply richness and depth without altering the Pistachio note too much.
Obviously the star of the show here. If you would like to add a little more authenticity, Try adding in a little FA Pistachio.
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This simple mix is addictive AF, hence the name, Cookie Crack.
Basically, 1% FLV Cookie Dough and 4% CAP Sugar Cookie make up the cookie base. I find Sugar Cookie intolerable over 4% (too spicy) but it blends in nicely with FLV Cookie Dough here.
Now for the crack part. FW Butter Pecan has that cinema popcorn butter flavour I love. It also has hints of nutty pecan which is highly addictive; you keep wanting more. At 3% it tames the Sugar Cookie and backgrounds the whole mix, bathes it in nutty buterry goodness. FW Hazelnut enhances the mix ( it should always be mixed with Cookie Dough IMO as it brings out its slight chocolate notes). Finally 1.5% Vanilla Custard is the blending cream but also keeps the mix buttery and moist to give you that satisfying mouthfeel as you exhale.
0.35% FLV Sweetness
Sweetener is essential for this recipe as I find Cookie Dough and Sugar Cookie need a sweetness boost to excel in any recipe.
This is nice as a S& V but it really takes 5 days for the cookie dough to blend in and peep through.
The Profile Im going For here is a nice skillet full of Fried Spiced Apples garnished with Pecans, Of course i Chose FLV Apple Filling as My main Flavor because its freaking awesome....I moved away from Eden Apple on this one, due to Down south we tend to mix the apples with red and granny smith tart apples ...the Granny Smiths add that tartness to the mix, along with that i chose Shape up Pear to give the mix that apple texture. So .....so far we have a pretty easy mix .....
Zepolla was used to add that fried note ,,, then i chose Brown Sugar and butter pecan for my sauce and pecan layer. and rounded the whole mix of with a little Sweetner to bring everything together .... it smells divine....allow it to sit for a day to mellow out ... and enjoy
Honey sesame custard crème = Golden
Don't feel like you have to buy all these expensive ingredients. I put out recipes because I want you to have some delicious reference points when you are looking for uses of these flavors not to push an agenda or a brand just to put out delicious Vape juice recipes that you can mix or use for a reference. Enjoy!!
Now I was shooting for a honey and butterscotch drizzled nut custard creme. It turned into more of a honey sesame custard crème. Even at .25% sesame sweets by inw really shines. I think the .25% of marzipan by inw boosts the sesame sweets because I am surprised at how prominent the sesame note is and I am not mad about it because it tastes really good to me. Its a good vape its outside the box but in a good way. For my honey/butterscotch drizzle I used a combination of fa honey at .25% and fa butterscotch at .50%. This sweet honey/butterscotch drizzle combination is "golden" lol. Seriously its a good honey combination and good honey combinations can be hard to come by. Now the butter pecan kind of gets lost in the mix. I am not sure if it is necessary in completing this delicious custard crème but I am sure I used it. I just can't puck up the butter pecan maybe you can?? What I do get is a rather delicious crème brulee with a sesame sweet candy crust drizzled with honey/butterscotch. Now for my custard/crème brulee I used inawera custard at 3% and crème brulee at 1.5% thus is a simple custard/creme brulee combination it just works. I didn't try it with 3% capella vanilla custard v1 in place of the inawera custard because I was out at the to!e I made this recipe but I would imagine that custard/crème combination would be really good too maybe even better I am a bit partial to capella vanilla custard v1. Now I know this dessert probably doesn't exist but I can assure you that if it did I would eat it up!!! I really am enjoying this custard/crème brulee recipe hopefully you all enjoy it as much as I do??GOLDENp time: Now don't let the use of inawera custard fool you this is a steeper!! This recipe needs a good steep! In my opinion it really starts to come into its own after a 14 day steep. You may get by with a 7 day steep but I didn't try this recipe until after 14 days+. All I know is i really like this recipe its "GOLDEN"
Sweetener: I used .25% Flavorah sweetness but feel free to use or don't use a sweetener of your choice. This maybe a recipe that is substantially better with the use of sweetener. I don't know that for sure because I only made it with sweetener but from my exspieriance these ingredients may taste significantly better with sweetener.
My take on a Caramel Custard.
A Rich Creamy Caramel vape with a slight cookie finish. This one is smooth and heavy on the tongue.
FA Caramel is one of the best caramel flavors in the business. It is not a complete caramel flavor, but with help it was the right one. FW Butterscotch Ripple added rounds out the the caramel and gives it some creaminess. INW Custard adds to the creaminess, further rounds out the caramel a bit more, and gives the mix more weight. It also does not necessarily require a long steep, but it does get better over time. INW Biscuit puts in that gritty cookie background. FW Butter Pecan adds a slight nutty note. Sweetener as with most mixes is optional, but PUR Super Sweet at 0.25% gives a perfect overall sweetness. CAP’s version can be used at the same percentage. Just follow the recipe and use CAP instead. To me PUR’s Super Sweet is a cleaner tasting sweetener.
This can definitely go off the shake but starts to take shape after a week. The Biscuit gets better and the caramel creams start to melt together. The longer is goes the better it gets. Around three weeks it starts to peak.
EDITED to 1% Biscuit per SlashaLO’s recommendation which was spot on.👍🏻👍🏻
Nice Canadian holiday pie.. gooey pecan goodness in a vape.
Both of the pecans play off each other with the toasted almond adding the extra hint of smooth nuttiness with the Biscuit, Fried Dough. Golden Butter and Pie Crust bringing up the rear for the flaky crust.. Accented with AP, Sugar Daddy and Vanilla ( Bourbon ) to blend everything oh so well.
This can be a desert vape or an everyday vape with ease...
So back To my normal overly layered self. Lol. This is supposed to be a Irish cream pudding parfait! The parfait is supposed to be made up of oatmeal cookie chunks, candied pecans and small chunks of buttered toffee!!$$$😯😉😋 Now I have let 4 people do a blind taste test with this recipe and everyone of them tasted something different and none of them were even close to what the profile is supposed to actually be but one thing is for sure they all thought it was decadently delicious!! Hence the name decadence!!
So this is what and why:
Irish cream pudding = This is a simple combination of Irish cream Flavorah and vanilla pudding Flavorah. The vanilla whipped cream is more of topping but I would be a fool if I thought you could separate the whipped cream topping from the Irish cream pudding they carry to many of the same properties. But I do think the vanilla whipped cream makes the Irish cream pudding just a touch creamier and a little more of a vanilla taste. Others have said they taste coffee or chocolate but as you see there is no chocolate or coffee in this recipe.. Lol. But who is complaining chocolate and coffee flavors usually suck and this definitely doesn't suck its different and good in my opinion. I even had someone say they tasted popcorn.. Now I don't get popcorn at all but Id10t does describe coffee flavors as tasting like burnt popcorn so hey I guess if someone is tasting coffee then hey popcorn isn't that far off or is it??? Lmao 😂😜
The parfait layer:
For the oatmeal cookie I used in my opinion the best and one of the only good oatmeal cookie flavors. Yesi know I know its a real flavors super concentrate and yes its great!!! Its the only oatmeal cookie I want just oatmeal cookie no raisins or chocolate just oats and cookie. The candied pecans I made with butter pecan by fw and toffee by Flavorah. The toffee by Flavorah works as the buttered toffee chunks and the candied part of the pecans and at a whopping .50%. The rich cinnamon adds a dusting of cinnamon sugar over the top of this decadent treat. The rich cinnamon also works nicely with the butter pecan by fw and the oatmeal cookie . if you want more cinnamon add .05% or a drop per 30ml bottle more of rich cinnamon by Flavorah..
I used .35% sweetness by Flavorah but feel free to use or don't use whatever sweetener you prefer.
This is a bit strange it tastes really good immediately but it blends together and blooms into this decadently delicious layered Vape treat!! 😳😳😝😜😋😋 I would say its at its best after 5days for sure but its really good on a shake as well lol.
This recipe was totally on a whim with a section of flavors I am used to.. The percentages have been worked on over and over for the last couple of weeks and I think I have nailed it down just right.. The Butter Pecan and Peanut Butter play well together as well as the Melty Caramel to add a slight caramel tone.. You do not get a huge chocolate tone on the vape but it is there melding with the other flavors..
I was playing with the name I had something that was funny to me and to some others but in general I was a little immature so I edited the name and some wording in the description..
If the recipe name and close examination of the recipe picture didn't make you smile then I sure hope this recipe will. This is one of the toughest profile challenges I have set my self to date. This is deeper in flavor than you expect. To get the right balance of sweet & savory where it works well is often a fine line however I think I have pulled it off here. Layering nut flavors is no easy challenge either but again with a drop of saline every 20ml it just works to make the nuts pop! Again, I wanted great texture feel in this recipe and I worked with different nut combinations till I got the full mouth feel of gorgeous syrup coated nuts in my mouth! This combination of nuts is a really lovely party mix of desirable nuts. It's a delicate procedure because when it's out of balance it could turn into a tea-bagging lol. The hero of this recipe is Vape Train's new Golden Syrup, without this, the recipe wouldn't be as enjoyable. It has blended well with a little FA Maple Syrup to offer a gorgeous sweet syrup. The WF Honey roasted peanut and flv pistachio really work here while the others all play there part as you get seemingly different types of nuisances of nut flavors upon each exhale. Allow around 3 days for this orgy of nuts to settle with the sweet syrup for the best experience. Tell me what you think but most of all enjoy discovering flavor, and enjoy Golden Nuts!