From @Queuetue : The Derringer is my choice for testing, in a mix or with a single flavor. Please support creative people by buying authentic atomizers, but I also keep a number of these clones from Fasttech on hand so I always have a an atomizer ready to go while I'm mixing.
Flavor Profile: additive custard dessert
Used in 937 recipes at an average of 2.59%.
I have been searching...and searching...for a ADV that can be equivalent to my YouGotEJuice's Sugar Cookie. It has not been easy, I have mixed so many "Sugar
Cookie" recipes from others and recipes of my own and finally I think I may have started on to something that is similar if not better than. (well...maybe not better than....we will see after steeping) But I am vaping it 24 hours later and I'm going to mix some more so I can keep vaping and steep at the same time. It is good, I would love to get your opinion. I totally welcome constructive criticism, I am new to this and want to improve. I know it takes much time to become masterful and I am willing and wanting to put in my time but to get something vapeable is so exciting. I hate when people walk into something get a descent product and think they are all knowing......that is not me, I assure you, I am feeling hopeful though, that I have stumbled on something I can work with. Love to all...Kitten
Inspired by a post by "Froth" on ECF
I have not tried this, I'm sharing this as I mix it, so please no harsh comments if it's terrible. ;)
When I mixed Froth's idea from the forum it made my day I've been looking for a good earthy pear vape for a while. I added the super sweet, cinnamon, caramel, butterscotch, and the b. ripple.
This is almost an exact clone of M. Terk's Butterscotch custard. It is also a very easy recipe to make along with being three ingredients almost every mixer has. This version has a lot of sweetener because M. Terk's Butterscotch custard is very sweet. Feel free to use any sweetener you want and or none any way you shake it its gonna be good. As far as steeping goes it is a custard me personally I like them almost immediately but they get better and better the older they get. In my opinion it has settled down enough to be very enjoyable after 4 days but obviously it just gets better and better every day after that. This was an easy clone to do because its so very close to one of my personal all day vapes krucial's butter almond custard. The second I tasted it I said it is definetly butterscotch ripple and vanilla custard v1. Anyway this is a simple basically three ingredient recipe that is great for beginners because they can't go wrong buying these three ingredients. If you want to add a little complexity to the custard add 1% inawera custard but in terms of the clone at hand it wasn't necessary. If you like this then definetly check out Krucial's Butter Almond Custard being they are very similar.
Always been a big fan of custards. Always been a big fan of butterscotch. Always been a big fan of vanilla. This is the outcome of a dirty threesome on a hot summer night in the bed of an El Camino during a drought. I present to you: Custard Fucker.
Jokes aside, this is my attempt at a thick, creamy butterscotch custard with vanilla that lingers in the mouth afterwards. I honestly wasn't expecting much when I was putting this recipe together but I was pleasantly surprised with the outcome. Please try this out and let me know how you feel about it, onwards to the notes!
CAP VCv2, FA Custard, CAP Golden Butter and FA Meringue - These come together to bring the custard base. I wanted to make a more buttery custard for the base so that way the vanillas would really seem to pop and not just settle in with the base. CAP VCv2 is more buttery that the v1, and provides a decent mouth feel by itself. FA Custard is different because I feel like it has a hint of lemon to it, but at 1% the lemon doesn't intrude upon the rest of the recipe and just adds to the thickness. CAP Golden butter helps in making the custard more noticeably buttery and FA Meringue helps to add to that mouth feel.
FLV Butterscotch and FW Butterscotch Ripple - I wanted a nice butterscotch that was somewhere in between a hard candy and a gooey drizzle. FW Butterscotch Ripple was an obvious choice because in itself it is exactly what I am looking for. However, I felt as though it needed to be more pronounced without taking over the recipe entirely, so that is where FLV Butterscotch comes into play; it just helps to make the butterscotch aspect more present in the entire recipe.
CAP French Vanilla and FA Vanilla Tahity - These are the vanillas that I chose to incorporate in this recipe. Anytime I make a custard, I always use CAP French Vanilla due to it's richness and how well it works in custards; you can't go wrong with adding it to a custard. Like the butterscotch portion, I wanted to boost the vanilla and that is where FA Vanilla Tahity comes into play. At 1%, this helps accentuate the vanilla in the recipe without overpowering anything else.
Sweetener is subjective but I tend to have a sweet tooth.
And there it is! Mix it up and please let me know what you think!
This started off with a friend of a friend asking if I could make a clone of this when I moved away from years of 1 shot mixing and started buying proper flavours. I was given 10ml of a clone he had bought to get an idea of what I was aiming for. It tasted bad, so from research I set about remixing what I imagined it should taste like. I was just starting out in the world of full DIY so my flavouring choices were limited along with my experience but I think I came up with something pretty reasonable.
Banana Cream - (TPA). I tried a few banana flavours but wanted something that was light, sweet and creamy, not too realistic. This one seems to fit the bill and at 4% shines through as the main note.
Butterscotch & Butterscotch Ripple - (Flavor West). I love these two flavours. I find the combination keeps up that creaminess level and gives a nice rounded caramel/butterscotch base for that banana to sit on.
Caramel - (Flavor Art). Just a touch here to boost the Butterscotch's and add a bit more depth to that caramel base.
Cinnamon Danish Swirl - (Capella) I played around with various ratio's for with this one as some people are afraid of cinnamon. If your not a fan feel free to knock it down .5 or 1% but at 2.5% I personally find it shines through without overpowering the recipe.
Coconut - (TPA) A little back note I thought I detected in the clone sample i received to work off. It just sits nicely in the background to add a sneaky back note.
Meringue - (Flavor Art). This is just to add a bit more sweetness without adding any sweeteners and to try and pull everything together, add a bit of lightness, and tone down the cinnamon danish swirl a touch.
Vanilla Swirl - (TPA) The main vanilla base for all that lovely butterscotch, caramel, banana and cinnamon to sit in. I wanted to key the creamy vanilla base light so avoided using any heavy creams.
So that's my first recipe posted here. If you do mix it I'd love to hear your thoughts or suggestions on improving it.
Elevenses....Honey snap biscuits
A short break for light refreshments usually with tea or coffee,taken at about eleven o'clock in the morning.
This is the perfect vape for that mid morning coffee break but feel free to vape this anytime. Delicious warming ginger baked biscuits coated in sticky honey. Everyone deserves a break relax and enjoy.
Cap sugar cookie
Doesn't need much of a write up for this one everyone knows this is the staple for a great cookie/biscuit base it ouses flavour,has versatility and presence.
Again another great bakery flavour but with different properties. Pair it with cap sugar cookie and it transforms it giving it more bite,a deeper bakery flavour and some added texture and butter.
By far the best gingerbread out there it does what it says and is all that's required for the ginger. It pairs so well with cap sugar cookie without bullying it.
Cap vanilla custard
A biscuit needs a little vanilla it steps it up a level turning a bland biscuit into one you want to go back to. The custard also binds the mix together we need some egg and this fits the part.
Fw butterscotch ripple
This combines in two ways it gives the biscuit some creamy elements without using a cream. It also adds some much needed brown sugar without using such ingredient. We need some sugar to glaze the honey.
I've tried many a honey and none really work but then I came to love fa honey it's perfect and if used correctly will transform a bakery. This at 0.25% is perfect it's well balanced has great presence without overkill. It's not fighting anything but you notice it's there. It totally glazes the biscuit and combines well with the butterscotch.
Fa cinnamon Ceylon
It had to be added just to give the biscuit more spice and warmth . A little goes a long way here but again it works in harmony with the gingerbread. A truly delightful pairing.
Nothing completes a biscuit more than meringue it adds a little sweet powdered sugar without using any other sweeteners.
I wanted to just enjoy a nice crisp apple cider paired with butterscotch. After playing around with the profile for a while this is what I came up with that feels balanced, satisfying, and flavorful. It ended up veering a little bit from the profile due to the cinnamon danish swirl but in a good way.
Apple Mix and Fuji create a really nice tart baked granny smith apple with a nice layer of slight spicy cidery goodness. The Fuji helps the apple have texture and crispness while the Apple mix completes the darker layers of the fruit and adds heat to it.
Liquid Amber used in small quantities adds an almost slightly fermented spiced sour aspect to our apple and really turns it into an all-out cider. The authenticity this flavor adds just amazes me.
Butterscotch ripple adds a nice counterbalance to our apple top note and forms a nice soft crack butterscotch glaze. Bolstered with a tiny bit of bavarian cream helps it stand up to the apple. There's a bit of inherent cream in both of these flavors that really helps to mellow out the whole vape a bit which it needs.
Cinnamon Danish Swirl completes our mix and really bridges the gap between the butterscotch and the apple cider making this a vape worthy of its name. The only way i can describe what it does is it fills in the gaps in the recipe. It adds a bit of cinnamon and a bit of mouth tingling warmth that really adds to the mouth feel of the recipe overall.
SUCH A DAMN GOOD BUTTERSCOTCH. Sweet, creamy, butterscotchy butterscotch. Super creamy. Almost like a butterscotch ice cream. Creamy to a fault in my opinion. So creamy it needs another butterscotch or caramel to really tone it in to a nice butterscotch. I feel like this is an essential flavoring to an arsenal, especially if you like butterscotch and super decadent desserts.