Flavor Profile: additive custard dessert
Used in 2020 recipes at an average of 2.473%.
My take on a Caramel Custard.
A Rich Creamy Caramel vape with a slight cookie finish. This one is smooth and heavy on the tongue.
FA Caramel is one of the best caramel flavors in the business. It is not a complete caramel flavor, but with help it was the right one. FW Butterscotch Ripple added rounds out the the caramel and gives it some creaminess. INW Custard adds to the creaminess, further rounds out the caramel a bit more, and gives the mix more weight. It also does not necessarily require a long steep, but it does get better over time. INW Biscuit puts in that gritty cookie background. FW Butter Pecan adds a slight nutty note. Sweetener as with most mixes is optional, but PUR Super Sweet at 0.25% gives a perfect overall sweetness. CAP’s version can be used at the same percentage. Just follow the recipe and use CAP instead. To me PUR’s Super Sweet is a cleaner tasting sweetener.
This can definitely go off the shake but starts to take shape after a week. The Biscuit gets better and the caramel creams start to melt together. The longer is goes the better it gets. Around three weeks it starts to peak.
Just in work, but still good! (Only a little fine tuning)
After 10 days, the Butterscotch was a little to strong.
So I decrease the Caramel, what works as a Butterscotch-Backup, to 0,75% to be more near
to a German Butterscotch Ice Cream. But if u like a stronger Butterscotch, u can stay by 1.25%
More Notes will follow.
Tell me what u think about and write to the comments what i can make better
This is my take on Vapor Maids Sticky Buns by Beard. It is a vanilla butterscotch custard bun with hints of cinnamon. I have never tried the original but the profile sounded delicious.
This is the first version of this, and as a snv it is pretty nice. I'll let this steep for a week and see how everythjng is settling.
Give this a try if you like sweet deserts and let me know what you think. Enjoy.
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It's a green and tart apple, wrapped in chocolate and a small pistachio sand layer on top
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Signature moist and fluffy sponge cake is accented with legendary Tastykake butterscotch icing. With a distinctive and unique shape that fits right into your fingertips, each Krimpet is a perfect handheld treat. Tasytykake Krimpets have been considered icons of the brand since their introduction in 1927.
A milk chocolate glazed doughnut filled with a butterscotch cream filling and some almonds thrown in
FA Zeppola acts as the doughnut base.imo it's the perfect plain doughnut flavour there is.
FW Hazelnut makes the doughnut i bit darker and bridges the dough with the chocolate
INW Milk Chocolate- I still have a 500ml bottle of the old version and it's awesome.If you don't have it i guess you can sub it for JF's version.I've never tried it myself but i only heard good things.
FW Butterscotch Ripple/FA Caramel - Ripple is a soft,creamy butterscotch which is ideal for what i need in here.The Caramel lends a sharper top note to the butterscotch and adds some separation in between the filling and the doughnut
CAP Super Sweet - 1 drop per 10ml is enough but you shouldn't leave it out
FA Almond - that's the only little problem i have here.the almond doesn't sit on top as i would have imagined,nevertheless i can taste it in there and it's good
Maybe some mixologists like ConcreteRiver, ID10-T or ENYAWREKLAW could solve this problem but for now i'm happy with the result.
It's a fucking delicious doughnut so enjoy and leave your thoughts!
EDIT:If you leave the chocolate out,you got yourself a delicious recipe as well!
I will be releasing more simple mixes in the future. I gave up Cap Vanilla Custard V1. Not for the DAAP , but for the steep. After 2 year of my ADV being cap custard I said enough. I wasn't mixing new recipes either. So I quit cold turkey and I've been mixing more ever since.
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This recipe combines two of my favorite concentrates, TPA RY4 Double and CAP Vanilla Custard. Vanilla Swirl and Caramel OG boost the best properties of both the RY4 and the Custard, and a touch of Butterscotch Ripple helps tie it all together. Due the high concentrations of the stars of the show, this one is a long steeper. I give it 2 weeks minimum before I break into it, but at a month the real magic happens, and you have the best damn RY4 I've ever tasted.
Optional - I like to add 0.5% of CAP Super Sweet to appease my sweet tooth. I've also added 1 drop per 15ml of MTS Vape Wizard to enhance mouthfeel, but neither is needed for this recipe to be delicious.
This is your classic creamy bullshit coffee. Makes for a great morning vape to start your day or anytime really. This is my first recipe I have developed through layering and a bit of trial and error. Feel free to replace flavors with DAAP versions if you prefer. After a few puffs you'll feel refreshed and ready to take on the day, despite the constant negative press covfefe.
Butterscotch Ripple (FW): This flavor really comes through in this recipe and carries the mocha profile while also adding it's own sweet butterscotch flavor. Compliments the coffee and creams very well.
Cream Fresh (FA): Gives a nice light cream (milk) flavor to this recipe. Takes a few days to steep before it becomes apparent.
Dark Bean (Coffee Espresso) (FA): Has a pretty authentic espresso coffee profile at less than 2%. Anything more than 2% is too harsh and alcoholic (aroma). After quite a bit of tweaking back and forth I've found this works best at 1.7% for my tastes.
Double Chocolate (Clear) (TPA): Adds the mocha flavor to the recipe. Tried at 2% but it was too dominant, so I find 1.6% gives it that chocolate accent without any off flavors. Feel free to increase the percentage if you want more of a distinct mocha flavor.
DX Bavarian Cream (TPA): Really just makes for an excellent cream base in this recipe. Complements the Butterscotch Ripple (FW) and other creams very well and is just an all around good flavor. The original (non-DX) may work better in this recipe but I prefer to use the non-DAAP version. I went with the average percentage (2.5%) in this recipe and have kept it at that throughout batches.
Vanilla Custard v2 (Cap): Added this later in this recipes development as I felt it was still lacking that sort of heavy cream that I was looking for. This turned out to be a perfect fit while also adding a vanilla accent. The original (v1) may work better in this recipe but I prefer to use the non-DAAP version. I originally tried this at 2% and found it was a bit too dominant. At 1.5% this flavor really works well with the other creams to achieve a thick creamy texture.
Vienna Cream (FA): This cream really stands out especially right after mixing. Initially it gives this recipe an alcoholic eggnog aroma and flavor that mellows out over time with steeping. This cream particularly works very well with the Butterscotch Ripple (FW) and creates a unique profile (Irish cream).
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.