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"For That Great Bubbly Taste You Deserve"!
Mix this wonderful invigorating cola for a lovely balanced cola taste!
Over the years I have attempted a few cola recipe profiles, but something just never seems entirely right, it's either not the right sweetness, not the right mouthfeel or the overall experience of a cola that I enjoy.
The obvious question is this more like coke or pepsi?
Less like coke but more like, well,
I would say it's more like "Pipsi Cola".
That cool new taste sensation!
It's a fuller syrup cola with just the right sweetness that I enjoy as I hope you will as well!
How did I get there?
Until recently when SSA Cola was released the best cola in my opinion was Inawera Cola, but like a lot of cola flavours they can be a bit harsh.
SSA makes for a great cola base yet lacks an authentic body of cola the way I enjoy it, so I added a little FLV Root Beer in the back of this and it worked well!
I also added OBA OBA to deliver a smoother mouthfeel at 1% which also works well for that in this profile.
However I struggled on the right type & level of sweetness, "it was like it needed a sweet almost caramel note", I proclaimed to fellow admin of DIY Downunder & all round great gal Rachael J aka Ohmage_Aus.
"Why don't you try a bit of that FW Butterscotch Natural?", she says.
So I did and am so deliciously grateful that she suggested that because it works perfectly!
So here it is!
Add sweetener if you think it needs it, add a little ws-23 if you think it needs it, but I enjoy it just the way it is.
However I get the best flavour out of this a higher wattage on a single coil RDA 0.15 ohm SST coil at 90W.
Let me know what you thought, let it settle for around 3 days I suggest for best flavour results.
I hope you enjoy this just as much as I enjoy the "Pipsi Cola" experience.
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I started this recipe in 2017. Back then Lord Nimbus Elixirs made a flavor called Prestige. They described it as "Caramelized Pears in a Golden Nut Cluster". It was amazing. This is a remix of sorts as well as a truly original recipe. My aim through the years has always remained true to the profile. Here I have Caramelized Pears in a Nut Cluster and dripping with Butterscotch. Please don't be fooled by the number of ingredients, this is a very enjoyable vape. I hope this recipe brings you much joy......
This recipe was Featured on Wayne's mid week critique and given a 4.5 from Wayne. It is a recipe that I'm proud of and took much work and thought.
Update: Wayne rated this recipe #1 over all for 2020. I'm humbled by this.
Please don't hesitate to leave some feedback if you mix this up.
If you are having a hard time finding LA butter rum, Flavor Jungle carries it.
The LA Butter Rum is a must in the recipe and the combo of custards needs to remain in tack as well. Even after Wayne reviewed it, I continued to mess around with different flavorings and different percentages but I keep coming back to the OG recipe.
Try it out and leave me some feedback.
Sweet caramel Cream custard and bold tobacco....I use 12mg nic salts for my pod system... mixing notes just to say I'm not a pro mixer but I have been around vaping and mixing close to 3 years plus. My actual interest in vaping started out in 2010 when I was buying juice from a company called Johnson's creak this reminds me of one of there flavors...
Graham Central Station:
A sweet and creamy graham cracker infused desert tobacco blend paired with subtle notes of butterscotch and hazelnut. Tasty with morning coffee. This is one of my ADV's and it's designed to be more "commercial" with a bold amount of flavor, sort of a similar experience as an RY4. The Red Burley fades a bit after a week or so becoming more of a "flavoring" than a "tobacco flavor" but falls inline with the dessert like profile and offers just enough of a tobacco note to satiate my love for savory vapes. The Bavarian cream and butterscotch provide a deep, sweet and creamy base which is by design (Maybe too creamy for some.) The hazelnut is not so discernible as it is used to add a bit more creamy and a bit more savory. I use this in my Berserker Mini MTL at anywhere from .4-.8ohms, twisted kanthal or Clapton wire with Cotton Bacon Prime wick and I would assume it would be great in a tank as well. May be too robust for dripping depending on how full flavor you like to vape, but tastes pretty good (to me) out of a Hadaly. This can be a SNV though it benefits greatly from a crockpot steep on warm for a few hours and is best IME 3 days after that, it really helps the Bavarian Cream/Butterscotch bloom underneath everything. Enjoy!
**Copied from "Applewood Butterscotch Tobacco" By johnmakesthings**
Increased the turkish a bit
A smokey Applewood on the inhale, followed by a thick Butterscotch on the exhale, with a dry Turkish blend throughout.
FW Butterscotch Natural 5%: Provides a broad sweetness and contributes to the mouth-feel. Most of the butterscotch flavor is on the exhale. Heavy presence in the aroma. NOTE: This mix uses the "Natural" variant or FW's Butterscotch, which is not as sharp and can be used at a higher percentage without imparting an off-taste.
CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl: 0.5% is just enough to bring a spicy complexity.
FA Desert Ship Blend 1.5%: FA's best Turkish blend. Sits nicely in the background and brings a smokiness to the woody profile.
FA Fuji 3%: In many recipe's, 3% will give you a forward apple. Not here; this mix is dark. After a steep, it's just enough to infuse an apple flavor.
FA Oak Wood: At 1% we get a strong woody flavor. Not a lot of complexity, but other flavors blend into it nicely for some depth.
TFA Strawberry Ripe: 1% is just enough to bring some fruity sweetness. 1.5% also works, but at 2% and higher, I swear it begins to mute everything in mix. Could just be me though.
Steep Notes: As a shake and vape, the Fuji is a little "on top" of the mix, instead of within the woody profile. Also, the butterscotch needs a 2-3 days to blend into the overall background.
I suggest a 1 week steep. After that, things will just continue to smooth out. Since tobacco's tend to continually develop over time, the Fuji might mute a little after a month or two. Try adding 1 drop per 10ml to liven it up, if you so desire. Also, color may slightly darken over time.
Other Notes: Developed at 85vg/15pg (max VG), 3mg nic on a Goon with 28GX2/40G 316L Fused Claptons, 0.3 ohms @ 70 watts.