Used in 1012 recipes at an average of 2.32%.
This e-liquid was a thing for me time ago and since then i tried to make a remix as close as possible but playing with coffee concentrates makes you hate mixing.
Now i think i got close enough to share it.
Salted Caramel Machiatto has a top heavy caramel/ Butterscotch note, bright and dark at the same time followed by a butter milky note and a lot of sweetener.. A LOT!! with a subtle coffee note lingering through the vape.
I have been trying a lot of coffee concentrates to find the exact one and finally realised that VTA Hard Crack Toffee is the coffee note in this e-juice and is not an actual coffee concentrate( this shit happens so much).
Coffee is barely noticeable in the original and so in this mix,
add 0.25% at a time to reach your own sweet spot. I personally like it more at 2-2.25% but trying to get close to the original 1.75% is enough.
They call for salted caramel but i get a Butterscotch sour tangyness with some bright Salted Caramel so thats what i did. I think the caramel note is better here than in the original while being a bit thicker and richer( not a bad thing though).
For the Milky Buttery Cream part im pretty sure its just VTA Coffee Milk Froth as its pretty subtle but noticeable and this flavour, with just a touch of it , delivers a nice rich butter creamy feeling.
The sweetness in this juice is nearly offensive for me now.. but back in the day i vaped just commercial juice and didn't think it was that high.
0.75% super sweet it quite spot on for my mix but i think 1% or even higher is used in the original helping that bitter/sour note i get that comes from super sweet.
So adjust to taste but 0.75%-1% is where you get closer to the original.
You can SNV as nothing needs to steep out or feels harsh or rough. I think its pretty tasty but after a week it gets better.
I may tweak some % as steeps a bit more so keep in mind this is not a 100% finished recipe.
An ice cream with kettle corn and drizzled butterscotch
The recipe I know is high on flavor, but it is my ADV and alot of people I have made it for seem to enjoy it alot.
The kettle corn was one of the last flavors added to the mix and I had no idea how complete it would actually make this liquid come out. Cap sugar cookie I wanted to be my base. As you can see I went overboard with it but I'm glad I did because it gives the ice cream that cone. To add more to that cone and to give it more of a crust I used tpa cheesecake graham crust at 3%. I wanted it to be very creamy, which it is very creamy so I went with fw vanilla bean ice cream at 5%. Fw butterscotch was added at 2% to bring out more sweet notes like a vanilla ice cream with a swirl of butterscotch drizzle in it. EDIT: I now have fw butterscotch drizzle but I have not mixed this recipe with it yet. Next time I mix it I might just try using it in replacement to regular fw butterscotch and come back to this. 1% super sweet was added to brighten everything up and make it more commerical. This recipe the way it is can be good in an rda, sub ohm tank, or a pod! I have used it all my devices and it still holds up as a great eliquid all around
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. "
(Nik's Deadly Sin) This recipe isn't mine by any means it can be found around the interwebs somewhere in different variations. (This is the one that works for me) I believe this version may have came from Reddit... 🤔 It's been so long since I came across it that I forget... I've went and subbed TPA RY4D instead of FA RY4... I ran out of FA and I think that TPA overall fits the (dessert/bakery/tobacco) profile better anyhow... Its a tried and true version of Deadly Sin, I've mixed it for my wife many, many, many times! Hope you will enjoy it as well! 👊😁
As stated below, this is derived from ChrisDVR and his Sugar Cookies & Cream. I use the base from that, is it is simple and and amazing sugar cookie base in my opinion.
Butter, Biscuit and Sugar cookie
These three ingredients come together in a fantastic sugar cookie base.
Cap sugar cookie has a nice moistness to it, and inw biscuit combines with the sugar cookie to dry it out just slightly, giving you the perception of a nicely baked outer crust.
Throw in some butter to add weight and let's face it deliciousness, who doesn't like butter!!!
An easy secondary note of caramel. The butterscotch is added to add some depth to the caramel as well.
Sweeten to taste!
Made for a pod system (the Innokin EQS pod system, to be exact). I wanted something woody and smoky with a heavy-handed pour of vanilla. The Ylang Ylang edges the vanillas in a spicy, floral direction, which meshes well with the Red Oak and sandalwood of Wood Spice. Black Fire adds the char. Vanilla Ruyan, also, helps bring this into the realm of a smoked vanilla essence. Butterscotch is there as deeper note underneath and to bring a level of richness to the table. Even with other devices charged and filled, I keep reaching back for this. It's a welcome change of pace. It's not really like anything else, it just is what it is . . . smoky, woody vanilla