Flavor Profile: additive custard dessert
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Creamy delicious caramel with hints of butterscotch and some graham crust underneath everything.
Butterscotch ripple and caramel are a match made in heaven that blend together so nicely. Obviously the main note here
VIC and Vienna cream has been my go to for a cream layer. Words can’t describe how delicious they are together.
CGC was thrown in to add to the cream layer and give the whole recipe something “solid” to sit on. I think It worked out just as that.
Give this at least a week but it steeps like a custard, nice and slow and only better over time
I always come back to pear. I love the different directions that you can go with it, and I especially like to use TFA Pear. This one I went a different route and based it around FA Pear. I also added INW Pear to complete the fruit part of the profile.
It's that time of the year... When I started working on this recipe it was October '17 and I was starting
Almost all the apple pie recipes i have vaped were a huge dissapointment for me.so i decided to mix my own.i know that he trend these days is to deal with a small number of concentrates using higher percentages.i have these concentrates so i figured "why the hell not?"
If anyone decides to mix it i have to say that this is a full bakery taste pie with a light essence of apple.if someone wants more apple he hould raise the two apples inw up to 1.3% but not any higher than that.enjoy!
This my 3rd attempt to create a very rich caramel filling that you might mind in pastries. This recipe doesn't include any pastry/cake notes to me, it's mostly a rich filling. definetly very creamy and rich. Might be too rich for an ADV but I love it.
My notes are these:
FW caramel salted is the star of the recipe, and definetly the strongest flavor, I really enjoy it but I think it needs support
FLV cupcake batter I think it gives the body to the3 salted caramel adding mouthfeel and general sweetness
FA torrone and tosted almond this is my attempt to give some nutty note but avoid the dryness of general nuts, I think torrone and toasted almond do a god job in this
Fa meringue... I put this awsome ingredient in a lot of recipes and I love it, I think it enhanches the almond aspect without muting and adding mouthfeel
CAP butter cream is in here because I'm trying to make a very creamy caramel, very vey rich, and not a too dark caramel
Fw butterscoth ripple in my head acts as an opposite to the lighter tones of the caramel enhancing the deeper sugar notes
TPA vanilla custard is there because I'm a big fan of custard and I didn't want it too hevay as CAP VC v1 but still present. This might be changed with vanilla swirl for a lighter version
Sweetener is there manily because I like it personally in this kind of recipes.
This is a work in progress and what I just wrote might be complete rubbish for most experienced mixers, any suggestion is highly appreciated. I'm a nobody and this is my first recipe published here so don't be too cruel!
When faced with the assault of cold months ahead I really wanted a warm and decadent tobacco to shepherd me through the winter winds.
TFA RY4 Double - I mean when you hear "decadent" you know you have to go with RY4 Double, a nice easy bakery-esque flavor with a hint of tobacco. Really one of the best go-to flavors for when you want a mild, non-offensive tobacco.
FW Butterscotch Ripple/ FW Butterscotch (Natural) - Ripple is the go-to Butterscotch for just about every application you need. Its wonderful, rich, and creamy. Butterscotch (Natural) is used to boost the main butterscotch flavor of Ripple. Ripple is fantastic but sometimes can be lost in a complex/dense mix and either needs to be mixed dangerously high or it needs to be reinforced with other flavorings.
FW Butter Pecan - while RY4 Double is a great tobacco flavoring, it wasn't nutty enough for me. Added Butter Pecan to fill out that nutty tobacco note. I didn't want to go too high with this because I've found this flavor will REALLY take over a mix if you go slightly too high.
TPA Brown Sugar/FLV Milk & Honey/ FA Bourbon (Vanilla) - These flavorings are blended together to bring a darker sweetness to the mix. The butterscotch notes are reinforced by the Brown Sugar and Bourbon (Vanilla). The latter also brings a warmth to the mix. FLV Milk & Honey adds a dark sweetness while accenting the pecan.
Mix it up and throw it in a dark cabinet and let it sit there. I'd leave it for a few weeks BUT if you are impatient (like me) it can be good to go in a week.
Personally I mix this at 60/40 and I would probably not go much higher than 70/30.
Holy Smoke if you love a smooth dessert tobacco. This is for you. This is made with Stixx Mixx Naturally Extracted Tobacco. Check them out @http://www.stixxmixx.com/product/a-blend/
Honduran Ligero: A great, smooth shag flavor. Lighly sweet, and very very smooth.
Nicaraguan Seco: The building block of any great cigar always starts here. Mellow and smooth tobacco taste, with some nutty undertones help put this blend right on top in any cigar or pipe blend you can imagine.
These 2 N.E.T.’s combined create a great boost for any RY4. Giving thanks to @kopel for this discovery.
Holy, holy grail from DIY flavor Shack, in my opinion, is one of the best RY4’s available.
FW Butterscotch Ripple, this helps add that touch of butterscotch ever so creamy.
FLV Smoked Butterscotch: This gives a sweet, wood smoke flavor. Very smooth
FLV Graham Cracker: to add a touch of texture
This is a tweak/remix on a diy 3 ingredient master piece Butter Almond Custard by Krucial!!! Its a three ingredient masterpiece so when Wayne from diy or die said it was going to be remix month again I thought it would be a perfect time to release my tweak/remix on butter almond custard. I call it Butter Nut Custard the only change I made from the original recipe is I removed the Flavor Art almond and added wonder flavours hazelnuts and cream at 2.5% . I think its a great twist on a great recipe if you haven't mixed up the original butter almond custard by Krucial make sure you do its amazing!!! This recipe like the original is magical after a 2 week steep but I would say its pretty close to perfect after a 10 day steep but like most custards it just keeps getting better and better. When I make custard recipes I know I am going to like I make 240 ml's so I can start vaping it around 7 days and have enough to still have some after 30 days when its absolutely magical!! Just a great 3 ingredient recipe/remix of a great 3 ingredient recipe.
I’ve made probably twenty recipes with hazelnut trying to find something better than bust a nut. I vapes that stuff for a month straight. Finally I came up with this. At first you get butterscotch but just for a second then it’s a beautiful creamy hazelnut, So good. The FA hazel grove backs up fw hazelnut because I personally have problems tasting it after vaping it for a week lol. I used TFA vbic because it’s decadence. I’m lucky and don’t get the pepper. If you do get pepper sub liquid barn for it. The Butterscotch I believe has been the missing ingredient. It kind of sauces things up here. Sweetener I think needs to be there because I’m trying to mimic the hazelnut cream that goes in your coffee and well that stuff is loaded with sugar. I’m trying to get better about only releasing the absolute best I have got ADHD so when I taste something good I release it and that’s not always good because after a steep it changes. This has been sitting for a week mixed it up on ELR and brought it over here because it’s that good
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.