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(FW) Butter Rum


By: Flavor West (FW)
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We were tipping our hat to Real Flavors on SaturDIY'ing with fresh03 and Friends! and also talking about @VapinTrucker group and new movement of helping teaching people how to DIY, and the only Real FLavors flavorings I have is RF Cream Soda because of @SlasheLO 's amazing Butter Beer recipe.

So I took Slasha's recipe and changed it a touch for what I would like it to have a bit more of:

FW Butterscotch Ripple = It pairs perfectly with FW Butterscotch, the cream in it will thicken the butterbeer and the butterscotch will intensify that sweet caramel note in the drink.

I also pushed CAP Super Sweet to 0.5% just because.

Mix the original, mix my little remix, just mix this thing because it's really really good and authentic.

Enjoy, be queer and vape on!

[Photo credits: www.topsecretrecipes.com/foodhackerblog/harry-potter-butter-beer/]

"So, apparently there are two ways to serve Butter Beer. Iced (slush type) or not iced (Soda base with whipped cream on top). As I found out on vacation at Universal, you are not supposed to mix up the non-iced version. Something in whipped cream, I'm guessing the high amount of sugar, causes the carbonation to go crazy and it can bubble out of the cup. This is not the best way to enjoy it. The best way is the iced version. Mix up with whipped cream into the soda and enjoy!

Butter beer is a cream soda base, not root beer, with a loosely whipped, butterscotch whipped cream layered on top. Its a very sweet treat; think i had 2 a day while I was there. This is what I modeled my Butter Beer after. You get a sweet cream soda, not fizzy, followed by a butterscotch, vanilla flavored whipped cream that lingers on the tongue after.

CAP - Vanilla Whipped Cream: Gives the heavy cream feel from the whipped cream layer on top.

RF - Cream Soda SC: I chose this because it most closely resembled a cream soda to me. Other flavors I tried were just too weak, or didn't taste right to me. I was looking for a rich sweet and creamy soda and to me this hit it

FW - Butterscotch: I went back and forth with this and FW - Butterscotch Ripple. They are both very good. I went with butterscotch because it had a more butterscotchy taste, not a lot of cream to take away from it. I needed a pronounced butterscotch here. Ripple is too creamy and lacks the butterscotch feel I was looking for.

FW - Butter Rum: I went with this to add a little more depth with the butterscotch. Again, Ripple was a contender here, but I feel it just was too creamy and the Butter Rum, SLIGHT rum I get plays well and fades into the cream soda, leaving you with a more complex butterscotch. Butter rum has a tad more brown sugar taste to me vs Ripple as well, so I went with this one.

I never worked with FW - Butterscotch (Natural). Its a rich, creamy butterscotch but again, I didn't worry about it because I didn't want this recipe to become too creamy and take away from the butterscotch, or overpower the whipped cream profile either.

I believe this is a VERY close to the drink I had in Orlando, which is what I wanted to model it after. I was lucky enough to have the reference to model it after. The Super Sweet is something you can change of course on your own, but this is meant to be a sweet treat, drop it if you like to get the flavor which is a somewhat subtly sweet mix as it is.

Can also add Koolada or ws-23 at a super low % to get a cooling effect of it being an iced drink. I didn't use it, but it is something you can do as well.

This is a pretty good shake and vape, but the steep gives it a MUCH better flavor. "

This is my first original recipe. I wanted to try my hand at something my family has loved since childhood. It turned out pretty good. The aftertaste is what seals this as a good rum ball. After the exhale you are left with the great flavor of thick dense chocolate cake and rum with just a hint of powdered sugar. That might be able to go up a little more. I'm going to keep working on this, though, so look for updates in the coming weeks.

I hope someone that loves these little delicacies gives it a shot and leaves some thoughts.

Thanks go to all the great people over on the DIY_Ejuice group over on discord for holding my hand at the beginning of my journey into DIY. You guys are the best.

EJUICEMAKERS

Live mixed on Mixlife 10/24 developed on stream!

Our bakery base starts with FW Butter Rum and FA Apple Pie, adding a bit of grain from FW Hazelnut TPA Graham Cracker Clear.

A solid punch of bourbon with TPA Kentucky Bourbon at 2.5% ensures it will stand out after a steep.

A bit of extra sweetness from FW Butter Pecan.

A splash of VT Vanilla Buttercream Frosting to finish it off!

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This steeps into a magical melon rum candy vape.

It may be the best Recipe I ever made.
Mix It and let me know.

Clafoutis is a flan-like French dessert with fruit (typically cherries) but can be made with many different fruits. The only version I've actually had uses apricots and is now my favorite dessert. Of course, I had to make this into a vape.

FLV / FA Apricot/FW Butter Rum - When I first tried FLV , this dessert came rushing back to my mind. It has a very cooked/baked warmth about it. Definitely has some sweetness with a subtle tart note. I used FA Apricot to add a bit of fullness and soften up the entire mix. The butter rum just adds a bit of brown sugar and a touch of a boozy note.

CAP Vanilla Custard/INW Creme Brulee/FW Cake Batter Dip - To give you an idea of what I'm going after, this dessert is a very simple batter. It's basically milk,egg, sugar, vanilla and flour blended together. CAP VC seemed like an obvious choice. But I also wanted that caramelized sugar and creme brulee does that very well. It also adds a bit more egginess. Together, these 2 flavors remind more of a flan. The cake batter dip is just adding a bit of texture, while not making it too cakey.

FA Cream Whipped/FW Lemon Meringue Pie - When I have this dessert, I choose not to cover with powdered sugar. Instead, I put a dollop of whipped cream with some lemon zest. Most lemon flavors come off as a lemon juice or is too candied. I needed just a touch of lemon. I settled on FW LMP. It adds a light lemon note that stays in the back round. FA whipped cream is still the closest to the real thing, imo. It's light, airy and not overly sweet.

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This is my recipe for the holiday season. Ive always loved a nice butter rum/ butterscotch drink. With the holidays creeping up on us i knew exactly what i needed to do. This profile is reminiscent of a holiday, spiked, butter rum eggnog. With wonderful bourbon and butter rum boozy notes mixed wonderfully with the creamy dulce de leche and the sweet decadent spice of a tasty holiday eggnog.

Imagine, a rich rum flavoured vanilla ice cream with raisins scooped on a freshly baked Belgian waffle.
Building blocks:
It must be my 26ste version, never got it right but here it is, a real treat.

FLV Raisin Rum aroma, used as a base for this delight. the raisins are rich and sugary. and the spicy rum tones are just about right and gives the vanilla ice cream that caribbean sense of joy. I added RF SC Coconut Spiced Rum to support the FLV Raisin Rum it needed for this recipe..

FW Butter Rum adds that rich buttery feeling and taste to the mix

LB Belgian Waffle is by far the best i used till today, yet i felt it needed some support from FA Maple Syrup. It gives the waffle a smooth buttery taste and the maple goes nice along and give that extra 'spicy and sugary and nutty mouthfeel to the waffle.
FA Maple used 1 drop per 10 ml!

RF SC Vanilla ice Cream and TFA VBIC are paired, together they really shine as a rich and thick creamy ice cream.

RF Butter Toffee – SC added 1.25% a syrupy and sticky cover on top of the waffle.... it's the finishing touch and rounds of this superb summer ice cream mix.

Optional:
for a sweet tooths like me.
CAP Supersweet (1 drop per 15 ml) because this recipes screams for calories :D

Good after 4 day's, better around 7 days mark.

Share and rate this if you like it.

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So, apparently there are two ways to serve Butter Beer. Iced (slush type) or not iced (Soda base with whipped cream on top). As I found out on vacation at Universal, you are not supposed to mix up the non-iced version. Something in whipped cream, I'm guessing the high amount of sugar, causes the carbonation to go crazy and it can bubble out of the cup. This is not the best way to enjoy it. The best way is the iced version. Mix up with whipped cream into the soda and enjoy!

Butter beer is a cream soda base, not root beer, with a loosely whipped, butterscotch whipped cream layered on top. Its a very sweet treat; think i had 2 a day while I was there. This is what I modeled my Butter Beer after. You get a sweet cream soda, not fizzy, followed by a butterscotch, vanilla flavored whipped cream that lingers on the tongue after.

CAP - Vanilla Whipped Cream: Gives the heavy cream feel from the whipped cream layer on top.

RF - Cream Soda SC: I chose this because it most closely resembled a cream soda to me. Other flavors I tried were just too weak, or didn't taste right to me. I was looking for a rich sweet and creamy soda and to me this hit it

FW - Butterscotch: I went back and forth with this and FW - Butterscotch Ripple. They are both very good. I went with butterscotch because it had a more butterscotchy taste, not a lot of cream to take away from it. I needed a pronounced butterscotch here. Ripple is too creamy and lacks the butterscotch feel I was looking for.

FW - Butter Rum: I went with this to add a little more depth with the butterscotch. Again, Ripple was a contender here, but I feel it just was too creamy and the Butter Rum, SLIGHT rum I get plays well and fades into the cream soda, leaving you with a more complex butterscotch. Butter rum has a tad more brown sugar taste to me vs Ripple as well, so I went with this one.

I never worked with FW - Butterscotch (Natural). Its a rich, creamy butterscotch but again, I didnt worry about it because I didnt want this recipe to become too creamy and take away from the butterscotch, or overpower the whipped cream profile either.

I believe this is a VERY close to the drink I had in Orlando, which is what I wanted to model it after. I was lucky enough to have the reference to model it after. The Super Sweet is something you can change of course on your own, but this is meant to be a sweet treat, drop it if you like to get the flavor which is a somewhat subtly sweet mix as it is.

Can also add Koolada or ws-23 at a super low % to get a cooling effect of it being an iced drink. I didn't use it, but it is something you can do as well.

This is a pretty good shake and vape, but the steep gives it a MUCH better flavor.

Aiming for a salted caramel fudge bite. Something that could pair well with a good coffee or as an evening treat vape.

A delicious banana pudding, definitely one of my all day vapes. Not a lot of people use TFA Banana Ripe but I find at a low percentage it blends into the recipe really nicely and adds a great sugary banana.

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