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(FW) Butterscotch Ripple


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

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155 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


I really like this recipe, smooth chocolate that kinda reminds me of a Frosty, or a chocolate/ vanilla twisty soft serve. Sweetener optional, obvi.

Creams, recipe Mixing with me Mates in Wednesday night.
Delicious creamy Butter Pecan Ice Cream sandwiched between 2 Graham Wafers, Drizzled with a creamy caramel/ butterscotch.

Lucky Shot by osdiy is an amazing concentrate, it is really considered a one-shot. It is like a French Vanilla Mousse Pie in a Graham Cracker crust with caramel. This is very Graham Cracker forward.

butter Pecan Ice cream by OOO is more like a oven roasted Pecan. It has a delicious taste.

French Vanilla Ice Cream by Hangsen is a great creamy, buttery French vanilla with Caramel notes.
Creme Brulee by OOO gives a slight burnt caramelized note, this helps the Graham Cracker in the Lucky Shot.

A creamy butterscotch RY4 inspired by the deliciousness of Glas Basix "Butterscotch Reserve."

Even though I was initially going for the Glas profile, at the end of the journey it turned into something completely different. This recipe ticks all the flavor profile boxes and is a satisfying desert tobacco vape that you can enjoy almost immediately. I always try to keep some on hand, but if I run out...shake and vape, baby! It just gets better over time.

Flavor profiles:

Creamy. TPA DX Sweet Cream and Vanilla Swirl combine to add a creamy sweetness with no custard notes. The ripple from FW Butterscotch Ripple also adds to the creaminess. The foundation.

Butterscotch. FA Butterscotch adds punch to the FA Caramel. Butterscotch Ripple adds a creamy roundness to really bring out the above flavors and enhance the caramel notes in the RY4.

RY4. RY4 Double--a staple and the star of the show. At this percentage it holds up to and is enhanced by all of the supporting flavors. The other flavors round out and smooth the RY4 Double, which can sometimes be overly harsh. I tried a number of different tobacco flavors and keep coming back to RY4D.

RY4, Sweet Cream, and Vanilla Swirl has been a solid ADV for me for some time, but this recipe really hits the spot when I'm looking for that something extra, which recently has been most of the time. Enjoy!

Coffee Caramel Frappe
 
Brief Description:
This is a coffee forward caramel frappe with whipped cream on top. I haven't worked with ws-23 before so was excited to try it out this week to see how it would go. Not gonna lie, I used way too much the first go around for a high watt device like the TFV8. I haven't gotten to try this yet fully steeped but my first take on it is that its got a nice balance of sweetness from the caramel, to help cut the coffee notes. The creams haven't come out fully yet due to the steep time being only a few days but its starting to show up more. I used cream fresh to lighten the dairy up so it wasn't too heavy from the ice cream and custard. The VT cafe latte is a strong flavor, so not much was needed to bring out that latte flavor. Its actually a great coffee flavor though and isnt easily overpowered by other flavors. I backed it up with HS Caramel Mocha and FW Butterscotch Ripple to turn it from a coffee frappe to a coffee caramel frappe then added the whipped cream on top because you need whipped cream on your frap. This is not like a starbucks frap thats over loaded with sugar. Its closer to something you might get at a small stand where they use real espresso in their fraps or if you made one at home. Either way, with the WS-23, its great on a hot morning with breakfast!

Try to let this one steep for 2 weeks. Longer if possible! I will post a more thorough update once I have gotten to have it steeped.

A slightly sweet creamy tobacco mixture,enhanced with bourbon vanilla and butterscotch.Flavorah's Smoked butterscotch adds that extra kick and smokiness in the aftertaste

Coffee Caramel Frappe
 
Brief Description:
This is a coffee forward caramel frappe with whipped cream on top. I haven't worked with ws-23 before so was excited to try it out this week to see how it would go. Not gonna lie, I used way too much the first go around for a high watt device like the TFV8. I haven't gotten to try this yet fully steeped but my first take on it is that its got a nice balance of sweetness from the caramel, to help cut the coffee notes. The creams haven't come out fully yet due to the steep time being only a few days but its starting to show up more. I used cream fresh to lighten the dairy up so it wasn't too heavy from the ice cream and custard. The VT cafe latte is a strong flavor, so not much was needed to bring out that latte flavor. Its actually a great coffee flavor though and isnt easily overpowered by other flavors. I backed it up with HS Caramel Mocha and FW Butterscotch Ripple to turn it from a coffee frappe to a coffee caramel frappe then added the whipped cream on top because you need whipped cream on your frap. This is not like a starbucks frap thats over loaded with sugar. Its closer to something you might get at a small stand where they use real espresso in their fraps or if you made one at home. Either way, with the WS-23, its great on a hot morning with breakfast!

Try to let this one steep for 2 weeks. Longer if possible! I will post a more thorough update once I have gotten to have it steeped.

Made this on Fresh's Saturdiy with friends show. Theme was coffee pairings.

A gorgeous custard filled donut with caramel dripping and moreish nutty tones.
Enjoy this mix that really brings together the levels of creams, caramel and bakery tones that I am totally into and enjoying right now.
Firstly I start with a new Donut stone that seems to work beautifully by simply combining the WF Glazed Donut & FW Cake Batter Dip. It seemingly helps to give that soft "not to bready" base and that's the way I love my donuts. As most know I'm totally nuts so it;s only appropriate that I brought some beautiful nuttiness into this profile. The FW Butter Pecan plays beautifully and sells the nutty mouthfeel and when combined in this recipe with PUR Vanilla Nut Brittle it helps to bring "next Level" sweet nut tones into this. Behind every lovely caramel is a butterscotch as a best friend and vice versa. The FA Caramel is a lovley soft caramel that seemingly melts in here with the FW Butterscotch ripple to help also get the custard middle ready. The filler of all this is the FA Premium custard that offers a generous yet balanced center that just oozes out at the exhale and plays an integral part in rounding out the overall profile.
I'm really enjoying this as I hope you will to!
Let me know what you think if you don't get distracted by mixing your second and third bottle of this. :)

This is a grilled peach placed over over a creamy butterscotch custard . This mix was made for DIY Downunder June challenge using an unsung hero in a mix - The unsung hero if this mix is the FW butterscotch flavor notes here : https://www.diydownunder.com/thebigdrop/flavour-book/butterscotch-ripple-fw-an-unsung-hero

FW butterscotch ripple. I think brings creams and darker bakery notes together so well. it also can be an ice cream or move into a butter candy depending what it is mixed with. I used in this mix to be the middle note bringing the TPA custard and FW caramel and cinnamon roll together.

I am a TFA custard fan as it is less dominate then cap custard and brings the rich buttery velvet back note that I wanted in this mix as opposed to using creams. It also has a slightly shorter steep time then most custards. I do not want a custard that would over power the peach and TPA custard fit the bill.

For the peach I am suing juicy peach to capture the deeper sweetness

The Cinnamon caramel roll added the darker notes that I wanted along with some body to support the grilled peach . I find that the cinnamon in CDS can be overpowering and prefer the cinnamon of FW and wanted the caramel to support the butterscotch in this mix .

Toasted marshmallow here brings that grilled type vibe to the mix along with sweetness and volume., and will help mute some of the harness that you can get from the peach

https://www.diydownunder.com/thebigdrop/out-loud/we-need-a-hero-are-you-that-hero interested in participating in the challenge then join DIY down under and check it out
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This mix is a shout out to my BUDDY the MOPHEAD - I was going after the jelly belly flavor - Buttered popcorn. I love that flavor in the jelly belly mixes and always try and pick them all out from the bag. So decided to try and capture that flavor for a gummy candy.

NOTE: The popcorn is actually a one shot from vape train called buttered popcorn ( I could not add it) and is pretty much 80% movie theater butter and 20% popcorn. ( i could not add VT buttered popcorn) FA corn is fresh CORN - in you face - so a dab will do ya here, but works so well to support the popcorn flavor. The 27 bears and cap jelly provide the texture here. While 27 bears does have a bit of a white gummy pineapple flavor it is not really noticeable. The marshmallow just adds a sweet backed note and more mouth feel. This needs a 7 day steep for the flavors to settle in and come together but at 3 days the butter and corn back down a good bit and blends in with the gummy.

Mixed for Mixin in the kitchen show on gummies
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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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