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This is my take on caramel butterscotch custard. I prefer the Inawera custard for the nuttiness, heavy base and short steeping time. You have to let it sit at least one week, two weeks optimum, godlike after 40+ days.
Add sweetener of your choice and preference, SS by Cap works the best for me around 0.10% (1 drop/15 ml).
Tested on Recurve RDA, 42W, 0.35 Ohm, Tri-Core Fused Clapton Ni80.
if you like some coffee with your cream well this is it.
Using FW as a main butterscotch note because it’s a heavy, creamy butterscotch. The addition of FLV smoked butterscotch adds the toasted smoked notes. TFA Irish cream is an old trick of mine used in small amounts to boost and deepen the butterscotch notes. I used FA Capuchino for the main sweet slightly creamy coffee notes and boosted it with a little Dark bean in order to push the coffee through the dense butterscotch notes.
I felt it needs some additional undescriptive cream notes without too much of a heavy vanilla and without adding additional heavy cream notes, so I combined cream fresh and Vanilla Ice cream from FA since both those creams are light and milky. TFa toasted marshmallow is in the mix as the sweetener and to add another layer of toasted notes.
Profile: Butterscotch cookie tabbaco.
Note: TBV Butterscotch is used in my mix, not FW Butterscotch
I wanted to make a nice cookie tabacco for the morning with my coffee. Came up with this simple recipe. -I think there's room for improvement in a v2 (possibly just having some flavors increased) but I enjoy it as is.
Has a butterscotch cookie on the inhail with the tabacco coming out on the exhail.
I hope all enjoy, and if anyone has ideas for improvement feel free to send me a message!
Finished profile is a Apple Tabbacco with grapefruit and butterscotch in the back.
Note: I use The Broke Vapor (TBV) Butterscotch in my recipe but it's not on ATF. I don't feel it's any sort of deal breaker to be substituted for another butterscotch for the way it fits in to cap off the edges.
1 Week minimum steep better after 2
Working on a grapefruit / apple and it just got out of hand and ended up tasting like a tabacco smoking classy escort with a apple grapefruit perfume.
Super weird but I found myself liking it vastly more than expected
...when you just want a swirling shitstorm of smooth butterscotch, chocolate, vanilla, coconut creme, and crushed graham crackers.
I wanted a "candy" type of butterscotch flavor, so I used FW BUTTERSCOTCH, which resembles Werther's candies. FW BUTTERSCOTCH RIPPLE makes this layer more buttery and more smooth. It's just a great and versatile flavor.
FLV COCONUT is a potent realistic flavoring that doesn't taste like suntan lotion in this mix and at this percentage. FLV Sweet Coconut did not work well here. Neither did TFA Coconut Candy.
FLV MILK CHOCOLATE. 'nuff said. There is no better chocolate that works in this particular shitstorm of a mix.
INW SHISHA VANILLA and CAP VANILLA WHIPPED CREAM add smooth vanilla and whipped fluffiness respectively. I love the hell out of Shisha Vanilla and have been using it frequently.
TFA GRAHAM CRACKER CLEAR meshes so well here with FLV Coconut that it's almost as if they were made for one another.
FLV SWEETNESS finishes the whole thing off nicely with a sweetness that will not gunk your coils. It's wonderful stuff.
I usually make this 120ml at a time. That's because I highly enjoy it as a SNV. But, I also enjoy it as it changes as time goes on. Fresh, it's more butterscotch/chocolate & graham forward. At about 9 days, the vanilla is more prominent. At 14 days the Graham and vanilla are pushed forward together. And at 21 days on, it's just a bowl of swirled chocolate, butterscotch, vanilla, coconut, and crushed graham crackers. A real shitstorm of a mixture for the sweetest sweet tooth in DIY Land!!
Recommended VG: 75%
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