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Butterscotch ice cream and cookie
So this is one of those constantly evolving mixes with Butterscotch Ripple being the only original surviving concentrate. I chose to release it now because while I may still play around with percentages I feel the heart of the mix is where I want it to be.
Originally I was going for a simple butterscotch ice cream. TFA Vanilla Bean Ice Cream and FW Butterscotch Ripple got me that but there was alot of room to improve. After a myriad of different creams I settled on LB Vanilla Ice Cream and FA Fresh Cream (panna fresca) as they brought some great flavor on their own and complimented each other as well as the Butterscotch Ripple nicely. LB Vanilla Ice Cream at 4.5% does all the heavy lifting as a base layer while FA Fresh Cream fills in some gaps with extra butter and cream notes.
Feeling like this needed some bakery support I tried CAP Sugar Cookie as well as INW Biscuit which were fine but in the end FA Cookie just worked better. At 1.25% it definitely has a presence but does not overtake or dry the mix.
Finished product is a super smooth cream/bakery vape with massive flavor.
Sweet to taste, can be vaped off the shake for a super creamy butterscotch ice cream flavor, or give it a couple days steep for that bakery to develop. I mix this more frequently in smaller batches as I like this mix fresh, after a month or so the profile is still there but loses a bit of vibrancy.
Critiqued by Wayne! Needs a transformation so removed ingredients and tweaked flavour percentages.
Honeycomb Ice Cream w̶i̶l̶l̶ ̶b̶e̶ ̶b̶a̶c̶k̶ is back :D
Removed the following as there was either no reason for them or were muting the recipe=
Coffee Milk Froth VT | Greek Yogurt FLV | Pound Cake FLV | Smoked Butterscotch FLV | Smooth Vanilla FLV |
This has now left me with the flavours that will create that Honeycomb Ice Cream i'm looking for.
Butterscotch Ripple FW (single flavour test @ 6%)- I get a light toffee, gooey, creamy flavour from this, perfect for the toffee/honeycomb in this recipe.
Hokey Pokey Ice Cream VT (SFT @ 3%)- Again very simliar to the Butterscotch Ripple. Creamy, slightly sweet toffee flavour.
Vanilla Ice Cream LB (SFT @ 7%)- Strong and flavourfull Vanilla cream, almost like i'm sipping a bowl of melted vanilla ice cream.
Honeycomb VT (SFT @ 3%)- I get a subtle Honeycomb. Not a blow your face off profile, will need to back up with another toffee or dark cream.
Cream FLV (SFT @ 2%)-A beautifully smooth slightly sweet creamy flavour.
Devon Cream VT (SFT 3%)- I think this will go well in a Honeycomb Vape. Its dark, creamy, and has a subtle Toffee note to it.
So i've now refined the recipe to 6 flavours plus Super Sweet.
Butterscotch ripple and Hokey Pokey both tasted fairly similar in my opinion, but they both have a unique taste so wanted to keep them both in the mix. Butterscotch Ripple in at 1.5% and Hokey Pokey at 3%.
I also included VT Devon Cream as it has a nice dark taste to it, which I feel goes well with the Toffee/ Honeycomb.
I lowered down the Honeycomb for 4% to 2.5% as I think I was over doing it 1st time round, leading to muting issues. 2.5% tastes like the perfect balance here.
Also kept the FLV cream, but this time increasing from 0.25% to 0.8% really helping soften and smooth out the various creams in the recipe.
This time round I get a lovely creamy and sweet vape. Flavour really shines, whereas before there was way to much going on and flavours were getting lost.
Give it a try and let me know what you think!!
Tested on an Entheon RDA with Fused Staple .20 @ 0.52Ω & Citadel RDA with Fused Staple .20 @ 0.37Ω both 45W
Recently had OPMH's Wattson Silver Tobacco. Described as a creamy butterscotch with full tobacco. Real good. Lead me to build a recipe very similar to the orginal but not as sweet butterscotch forward as the OG.
Butterscotch Custard Tobacco.
Used a magnetic stir for 4 hour. I would steep 2 weeks or more.
No nonsense! No gimmicks! Just straight up peanut butter goodness!
So, this is where my soul crushing and money consuming journey of finding the best peanut butter vape took me.
Every flavor in here that's not PB is to help the profile out and make it the best it could be on it's own, without going into custard/ice cream/etc territory.
TPA DX Peanut Butter | FLV Peanut Butter:
The peanut butter base. Those are arguably the two best PBs on the market. The DX PB is the main flavor, FLV PB is here to boost it up. The only other PB I would even slightly consider is CAP's Peanut Butter V2, since it's miraculously light years ahead of the V1. Maybe a good substitute if you can't get FLV's PB.
This is in here to bolster the PB just a little bit more. Any higher percentage would kill the overall flavor, but 0.5% is just right.
TPA DX Marshmallow | TPA Marshmallow:
I know what you're thinking: Both of these in the same recipe? What heresy is this?! But hear me out: TPA's DX Marshmallow tastes nothing like the regular one, and it's great! I think it's another underrated DX flavoring and one of my favorite marshmallows. Both of these in combination are my marshmallow stone. In general, the marshmallow really helps the whole recipe out in giving some sweetness and good mouthfeel, but doesn't take away from the pure PB experience.
FW Butterscotch Ripple | FW Caramel (Salted) | FA Honey:
The salted caramel and butterscotch ripple just go great with PB. FA's Honey is really nice with caramel and creams in general. At those percentages there a not at all overpowering, but still noticeable and give some more dimension to the overall taste.
After 3 days it becomes vapeable, I wouldn't recommend trying to vape this at any earlier point. Best after 2 weeks minimum!
I hope you find as much enjoyment in this recipe as I do, it cost me a lot of tears and money to get it to this point.
Also I'm always open to suggestions on how to improve on it, don't hesitate to shoot me a message.
Have a nice vape!
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.