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From @Queuetue : I find boston rounds to be the very best bottles for mixing and temporary storage. I use them for my VG and PG as well as on the scale while I'm making a mix. With a top that's easy to fill, easy to cap and with minimal access to air, I keep a bunch on hand for unflavored base, or whatever project I may be up to for handy, quick access.

The tip is small enough to use with most top-fill RTAs or RDAs as well.

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(FW) Butterscotch Ripple


By: Flavor West (FW)
Buy From: bcv ecigexpress

Flavor Profile: additive custard dessert

Used in 1303 recipes at an average of 2.563%.

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90 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


This is my take on a remix for the Kilo Birthday Cake, if you enjoyed the original
Or do you want to try it, you can mix this recipe that for my taste spot on,
it is a simple good All Day Vape.

Enjoy ...

Delicious pecan cake,sweet and thick.hope you enjoy as much as i do

In this recipes the creams will make up the marshmallow fluff, the peanut butter and marzipan makes up the nutty part of this together makes a nutty peanut butter and the caramel & butterscotch ripple makes up the top layer in the snickers bar. The milk chocolate is the outter shell of the snickers candy bar

an apple and tobacco mix.my first really good recipe on this profile after lots of failure.flavorah concentrates were really helpful

Just a simple and durty coffee.
It gets some of those butterscotch notes and a slight bit of carm.
But yeah, its a basic very vapeable coffee.

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What's up guys, I'm back at it again with a remix of my good buddy @Highwind's Smokin' Banana. His recipe was the one that introduced me to tobaccos and it is honestly a simple banger of a recipe. If you haven't mixed his recipe up yet I highly suggest that you do.

Highwind and I were discussing on things that could be done to improve the recipe or even take it in another direction. In his description, he mentioned the use of Yellow Cake to turn this into more like a banana bread recipe and I thought to myself "hey, I could do that!" So I did.

Notes:

TPA Banana Cream and LA Banana Cream - these two banana flavors give us our banana portion of the mix. I like my banana bread with sliced bananas thrown in so these two flavorings in tandem give us enough banana flavor to contribute to the bread, as well as standing out as to act like sliced bananas inside the bread.

FW Butterscotch Ripple, FW Cake (Yellow), FA Carmel and TPA RY4 Double - these make us the actual bread portion of the mix. Yellow Cake is our base, Butterscotch Ripple acts as those swirls that one would get inside the bread, Carmel is used to boost the butterscotch note and add sweetness and RY4 Double is used to give us that "smoky" flavor, as well as add upon the caramel/Butterscotch notes.

FA Almond - I like my banana bread with chopped almonds thrown into the batter before it is baked. At .75%, it simulates that experience and you almost have to search for the almond.

TPA Double Chocolate (Clear) - I don't know about you guys, but my mom always used to too our banana bread with some chocolate syrup as it was still warm before serving it to me as a kid. You could totally leave this out if you want to, just it reminds me of my childhood.

TFA Vanilla Swirl - Highwind used this in his recipe and I believe it just helps blend everything together while adding a nice smoothness to the mix.

And there you guys have it: a way more complex version of my buddy's super simple mix. Be sure to check out Highwind's recipe! This guy is good to go right out the gate, but I suggest a week steep just to let the bananas settle down a bit and for everything to really meld together.

Subs - you could totally substitute yellow cake for the JF version, just I still have about 2 ounces of FW left so gotta get rid of it somehow 🤔 Also you can leave out the DCC as I said, I just like it cause that's how my momma used to make it.

Deuces.

Creamy Vanilla Orange. Smooth and tasty, Light flavorful not overbearing. The Blood orange sits on top of nice mellow and sweet. The Butterscotch Ripple adds in a bit of mellow sweetness. The Marshmallow and Meringue adds to the middle with a creamy smooth, fluffy candy like flavor. The Vanilla Swirl fills out the bottom. When I remix this i think the Vanilla Swirl could use a bump of a 1/2% to give just a bit more body. Did't try a shake and vape with this pretty sure it would be acceptable. Sat in the drawer for 15 days before I broke it out and vaped it. Pretty tasty but I will try it with another 1/2% of Vanilla swirl or French Vanilla for that extra richness I think this needs. Give this one a whirl, I think you will enjoy it.

This banana butterscotch recipe was made on a whim and could probably use some some serious editing when time allows. As it stands today, I find the recipe quite delicious and have a few friends that regularly request a bottle. Give it 7 days minimum for the many many flavors to meld.

A simple very smooth and a bit on the sweet side whipped butterscotch treat. I took some notes from tootalls terkish blend clone but i wanted something better. The bavarian cream is suddle but def. Ups the cream and smoth finsh with the vanilla whipped cream. Butterscotch its up front not over powering not under powered but just right. Toasted marshmallow adds to fluff of the cream and custard IMO. This is my ADV about 500mls a month and i couldnt be happier. Not looking for feedback as its designed for me but always like to know how vapers like it. Thanks guys enjoy

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Another flavor I just got my hands on is TPA banana cream and I could just use so many swears to express my love for it. Creamy creamy smoothness with some amazing banana top notes, not at all the banana runt flavor.

My first run through with banana cream I used it at 4% and some CAP whipped cream to fluff it up a bit and I knew I was hooked.

This is more of a main profile base for me, meaning that I really love this flavor and texture and complex ways these flavors dance together, but I think with some experimenting I could add a supporting note or two that could really send this into a whole new dimension, and I actually think I can use this flavor base to go in two completely different directions.

One main note I get from this, and on the first night of mixing it Kelsey's first note noticed, is an awesome banana bread/banana twinky flavor and I can't stress how awesome it is. I'm thinking that if I play with some yellow cake or some other bakeries to continue bringing out that sweet moist bready goodness, or maybe even back to whipped cream to fluff this up some it would have a total realistic, slightly less sugary banana twinky vibe, but with some super sweet I'm sure it would be pretty close.

The other direction I'm thinking of is a slightly more complex one, adding in more subtle notes like almond or pistachio and playing with the sultry sweet nutty creaminess throughout.

I'm honestly gonna experiment with both, so I'll either update here or add new recipes.

Overall what I'm enjoying the most is the pleasantly banana cream top note, as soon as you inhale, sweet ripe banana flavor, which stays constant throughout, then the vanilla creaminess leads into the butterscotchy, velour like body, mixing with the spicy, aromatic tobacco notes which are most present on the exhale, so it has this nice flow from banana to cream to butterscotch-tobacco and it's my current ADV (plus I mixed up 120 ml to have a go to base for batch testing)

A great shake and vape but only gets better and better and the transition from flavor to flavor more interesting and smoother the longer it steeps.

Also I typically mix my flavors and then 10%PG, 3mg/nic and top the rest off with VG but that's just me, I'm not very well read in VG/PG percentages so whatever your preference may be.

I've been mixing for a little over a year now and am recently feeling very comfortable with and enjoying my recipes but I'm still quite the novice so please any tips, tweaks, comments, critiques, remixes etc are most welcome.

From @Queuetue : This is the gold standard of scales for the home mixer. Good price, great accuracy and repeatability, bright readable display, fast response, it comes with a cover for storage and it cleans up easily.

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Flavor Notes

By: CheebaSteeba Score: 95 / 100 Solo: 6.0% Mix: 3.0% Steep: 4 days Difficulty: 20 / 100

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.


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