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(FW) Butterscotch Ripple

By: Flavor West (FW)
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Flavor Profile: additive custard dessert

Used in 1128 recipes at an average of 2.594%.


75 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found

Custard Humble! My take on a Crème Brulee. May I humbly say,.... what a delicious vape,...WOW! With the high percentage of CAP vanilla custard this recipe needs to steep for a few days, but well worth the wait. It can be a shake and vape but only gets better with time. A rich vanilla custard with a nice eggy note combined with a nice crunchy caramelized top layer. The TPA brown sugar with the FW butterscotch ripple takes this simple custard to a new level of tasty.

Please comment, mix, and or rate, makes us all better mixers. Enjoy :)

A lightly caramelized Apple and Peach combo with sweet ice cream on the side.
I find these 2 peaches combine to give a nice rounded flavour paired with fuji is a really nice profile. There is no caramel flavours in this as none of the ones i have seemed to fit as i didn't want a candy style, just melted sugar in butter, so i went with the butterscotch ripple as i feel this has a caramel flavour at low percentages, plus it helps with the creaminess of the vbic. Apple pie and CDS in low percentages are there just to add a light spice to the fruit. Needing a light alcohol backnote i went with 1 percent kentucky bourbon which for me is just the right amount to give it some warmth ( you may like it a little higher but for me this is perfect )
No sweetener as such, that's what the meringue is for, to give a light sugary sweetness to the fruits.

After a 3 day steep the profile is just what i was aiming for.

Quite a lot of flavours but nothing unusual.

Karma! I've spent so much time loving custard vapes, I think it's time that it comes back around and custard vapes start to love me.

Originally I didn't intend on the cinnamon being so strong, but when I tried it I decided that this would be my first entry into my "Custard Karma" line-up.

The second installment in my Custard Karma line up. Still a work in progress.
I was at the grocery store with my son the other day and on the way out they offered him a sucker. He grabbed a butterscotch dum dum. I was working on my "Custard Karma (cinnamon)" and as soon as I smelled it I decided to made another version.


A delicious creme brulee recipe, Tasty super creamy vanilla custard with notes of sweet caramel with a finishing touch of awesome "burnt" sugar.

This is my best try at GWAR Jizmoglobin by Mt. Baker Vapor , The flavor profile is "A creamy blueberry blend with notes of nut and custard."

Back when I actually purchased Ejuice which hasn't happened for over a year this was one of my favorites. Little research on the liquid and it looks like it's been discontinued 😔 which means I can't buy a bottle to compare My remix to but from what I remember this is incredibly close.

Super concentrate cappuccino- hands down best coffee flavoring I have come across so far. Really excited about this one recommend picking it up going to be using it in a few upcoming recipes that are in the works. Not to be confused with real flavors super concentrate.

Whipped cream and sweet cream- these two come together for a great cream flavor, the perfect compliment for this coffee.

Butterscotch Ripple and caramel- using butterscotch because most caramels are lacking in that candy category. Adding an accent flavor of flavor art caramel helps give this combination of boost.

Super sweet and vanilla bourbon- both accents to help boost the candy profile and finish out this recipe.

hope you enjoy.

this is my go to juice, and it's delicious. it's my 3rd and final version.

the butter pecan is definitely the base note. it's buttery. it's nutty. what more can you want. fw has this flavor on lock for sure. i put it in a lot of stuff, but it's best when it's the star. contrary to popular belief it does NOT need 5 million years steep time. 3 days, it's great. after 7 days that's about the best it'll ever get. i've worked with 3 different batches of this recipe over the course of 6 weeks, and vaped it almost daily, i'm confident.

i used both tpa and cap vbic because sometimes tpa's gives me weird off notes over 2%, but i like it's vanilla more than caps. i've tried it with all of either one and it was fine, really quite good- even with all tfa the butter pecan tends to cover over the off notes for me- but this version is the best in my opinion. bavarian cream is meant to give a little more body, and i've used both jf and fw's, and i prefer jf's. the holy vanilla boosts the ice cream, as does the butterscotch ripple. i'll thank kocanada for that trick. butt rip goes in almost all my ice cream recipes now thanks to him.

the soho inclusion is hard for me to explain or even describe- soho is sweet and feels like heavy caramel to me. it's like a better, rounder ry4 to me, and maybe that's weird or wrong, but i love it. it has a light tobacco touch, that to me is reminiscent of fresh pack of camels- not current camels- camels about 12 years ago. is it just me or did they use to smell and taste a lot better? anyway like i said, this recipe reaches it's peak after 7 days but it's vapable and damn enjoyable at 3.

edit one thing i forgot to include, because i never included it in my percentages, is 2-3 drops Acetyl Pyrazine per 30 ml. it's crucial to the nutty aspect. an option add in is 2 drops CAP Super Sweet- that's up to you.

sweet home, alabama- we sure do love some blue bell ice cream down here and butter pecan is my favorite. we are also 4% higher in smokers than the national median here. what can i say, it's a struggle living in the bible belt. enjoy, yall!

Aiming for a salted caramel fudge bite. Something that could pair well with a good coffee or as an evening treat vape.

Not really the bakery season, But I'm a sucker for em'. Just wanted to try my hand at a profile I've been meaning to get to for a while.

Butterscotch Ripple
Hands down my favorite butterscotch. 4% felt right to be perceptible in this recipe, Without completely overtaking the donut.

FA Zeppola, FLV Sweet Dough
Both contribute to the donut portion of the profile.

FLV Vanilla Custard
Smooth rich Vanilla. Perceptible but not cloying at 2.5%. A thoroughly thick body provides a wonderful mouthfeel as well.

Salted Caramel
Used as a booster for the butterscotch.

Brown Sugar
Plays the role of blender/sweetener with a tiny contribution to mouthfeel.

Butter Cream
More diacetyl!! Gives me all's of it! Kidding. This finalizes the thick mouthfeel while contributing to the bakery sensation.

FW Hazelnut
Nut tones for complexity but adds grain to the mix to give it a more perceptible donut texture.

FLV Lovage
Used much like it would be in a tobacco mix, to eliminate some of the dryness on the backend.

CAP Super Sweet
Just a dash to add some lacking sweetness.

Steep Time: 10 days

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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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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