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This is my take on Fresh's "RY4 Smoov" over on ELR & an acknowledgement to one of the best members of the DIY community.
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This recipe was adapted from: https://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/3946311?
This recipe takes Fresh's "RY4 Smoov" and infuses the RY4 (FLV) with the Bourbon Aged Cream (SC) (WF).
Next I added Vanilla Ruyan Custard (WF) to smooth the line between the RY4 (FLV) and the Vanilla Custard 2 (TPA) & to add a more "dark woody undertone".
Last I decided to add a little more depth and richness with 0.5% of Biscuit (INW).
IMHO this recipe is perfect for kicking back and just relaxing with those dark smoky flavors as the creamy custard just mellows out with you into the darkness of the night.
Note concerning steep time: I've yet to have time to allow a proper steep of this mix due to the RY4 having only been released for a couple of days.
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The cow cream is back with this new and improved butterscotch cookie.
Let this sit a couple days, its ok off the shake but around day 5 its great.
The apple pie was bothering me so I reworked the cookie base of the original
fa cookie and apple pie became JF cookie and WF cookie butter, the combo fixes the cookie base
Buttrip was also turned down to 2%
OOO Marshmallow (Vanilla) and buttrip are two flavors I enjoy so I decided to combine them.
It was ok but needed help, so FLV Caramel came in to smooth out the buttrip
WF Vanilla Cream Extra SC just gives it a little more creaminess.
Rich, decadent Butterscotch Torte for this weeks episode of Mixin Vixens
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Sammie's (Butterscotch Ice Cream) is a delightfully smooth generous scoop of vanilla ice cream sandwiched between graham cracker cookies and dipped in warm gooey butterscotch.
For the cookie note I used 3% TFA Cheesecake (Graham Crust) and 1% INW Biscuit. I really like what the biscuit does to make the Graham a little bit more of a convincing cookie. Adding to the crumb and giving it some buttery goodness.
LB Vanilla Ice Cream is the perfect Ice Cream in here at 5%. I've added 3% of the legendary TFA Vanilla Swirl to really bolster that fragrant vanilla note.
Last is the butterscotch. FW Butterscotch Ripple is such a good butterscotch. It's warm and gooey and I really want to bury my face in it.
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These flavors all complement each other so well. If you want a rich dessert with a light tobacco, look no further. Its pretty tasty and not bad for one of my first attempts at an original tobacco recipe. You get a nice forward butterscotch and custard followed up with a rich caramel and tobacco note on the back end.I'm very happy with it off the shake but gets much better after a few days.
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.