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First of all merry Christmas all and best wishes for 2020!
I’ve been toying with this recipe now for a few weeks on and off, pretty simple concept really,I wanted to create a delicious,easy butterscotch pudding. If you don’t like butterscotch then tbh I feel sorry for you!!! 😂 anyways starting off... one of the most versatile,deliciously flavourful butterscotch’s I enjoy vaping is a combination of FW butterscotch ripple and FA butterscotch combined. I find these 2 really work well together so using these was a no brainer. If you want this recipe how I intend it then these 2 concentrates are a must in afraid! I was recently introduced to VTA Creme Brulee thanks to @folkart and I’ve gotta say I’m absolutely LOVING IT!! Far superior to INW Creme Brulee however if that’s all you have then you can sub it @ 2%.
The Creme Brulee is combined with FLV vanilla pudding to create the base to our delicious,rich butterscotch pudding. The only sub for vanilla pudding is FLV vanilla custard @ 2.5% feel free to use whatever you have but just bare in mind l,it won’t be the same recipe. WF Bavarian Cream can be subbed for TPA Bavarian Cream @ 1.5% and is added to thicken the mix and smooth out the edges. I use CAP super sweet @ 0.5% as I enjoy the added sweetness and also like the way it makes the recipe pop more but if you don’t want to add it,don’t. Please mix and rate my recipe and as always happy mixing.
I used to really enjoy FW Butterscotch Ripple at 10% Standalone, it was a decent vape however it was a little 'flat' so I decided to come up with a mix that would add some depth and boost those butterscotch notes.
Tested on a Asmodus C4 at 0.3ohms 50w, Profile 1.5 RDA at 0.13 70w, Kensei RTA 0.13 braided at 70w and a Profile Unity RTA 0.16 55w
I really enjoy this off a shake, however the longer this is left the more the Custard comes through, 30 days steep will give you that pleasant rich and thick pudding background with the butterscotch and cheesecake well blended in
The backbone of this recipe is FW Butterscotch ripple at 8% this gives a pleasant butterscotch with a creamy background, to this FLV Butterscotch at 2% adds depth to the butterscotch while also making it more prominant, added at 1% it was still a little too light, 1.5% was a bit better but 2% was perfect and really boosts those buttery butterscotch notes as well as making the FW Butterscotch a little darker.
CAP NY Cheesecake at 2.5% adds depth and thickness to the cream that the FW brings to the table and makes this rich and smooth and pushes this towards a thick pudding dessert
FA Custard Premium added at 4% gives this a strong Vanilla egg custard that further enhances the butter in the butterscotch and adds a lot of depth and makes this more of a rich butterscotch pudding this is the absolute highest I would use the Custard Premium and only against concentrates that could take it without being overpowered.
Went through quite a few versions of this but out of all the caramel combos I have tried this is the best. This apple filling is so close to the real thing my mind almost insists there is a crust when there isnt. Boy oh boy this is an in your face flavor banger, just great for a tank or even a pod. Might want to adjust the percentages a little lower for flavor monster rdas as it might be a little intense. built this in 2 segments starting with the apple portion and followed by the caramel. I knew from the beginning country apple and apple filling were a match made in heaven but when I tested it, I was a bit disappointed. I thought this would be a real apple pie filling but it felt "commercial" in a way or generic. I spent a couple hours tinkering and finally tried FA apple stark and it made a huge difference. It took the apple pie from one those entenmans prepackaged pies to straight up grandma's apple pie. Obviously the cinnamon needs a boost and rich cinnamon was made to do that. At first this was when I was going to build the crust and I did so but I have a serious sweet tooth. Instead of crust I was craving a caramel infused apple pie. I started playing with caramel combos and eventually ended up with the three above. Now I attempted to add crust to the recipe but hear me out, you cant taste it. The filling is just too damn thick and good for pie crust to come through and personally I am okay with it. Absolutely no sweetener in this one cus its packed full of flavor already. This is without a doubt the tastiest recipe I have made to this day. Please have a merry Christmas and happy new year, I'll see ya in 2020! -TheLonelyMillenial
I've gone through over 6 completely different concentrate constellations tackling this flavour profile. This is what I've narrowed it down to, at least given the flavours I have in my arsenal. I am craving Yig with a nice cold beer so badly and have renewed motivation to get this dialed.
The Blackcurrant element:
FA Blackcurrant is the star of the currants in my opinion. It's extremely close to the one if not the same one used in Yig. On its own it's a bit dry...
In comes FA Pazzo RE aka King, this is one of my favourite flavours from the newer FA lineup. It's the blackcurrant/raspberry gummy candy with some sugar coating. It adds some body to the currant note, I want it to almost be syrupy and this seems to go in the right direction.
The Cookie element:
On to the Oatmeal Cookie aspect. I unfortunately only own one "Oatmeal" flavour and that is TPA Oatmeal Cookie. I have not had much success using this flavour initially but through much research. Reading any notes I could on this flavour it's getting easier. It's a flavour that needs help, a lot of it. It does however contain that certain something I presume required to imitate Yig.
To balance it out and shake off some of the Oatmeal Cookie off notes I've added FA Meringue to mellow it out, bring some air and sweetness into the mix. I've also added CAP Golden Butter because every cookie/custard can't stand without it. INW Biscuit also gives it that buttery goodness as well as some vanilla cookie body. Last but not least some FW Butterscotch Ripple, mainly because the first time I mixed it up to test solo it had so many notes that got me reminiscing of Yig. I think it will also add that caramelized note that is the best part of an oatmeal cookie, those crunchy caramelized edges.
I never got too much custard when vaping Yig so I decided on something lighter like TPA Vanilla Swirl along with some sweetener of your choosing and that's what I've got thus far.
Any criticism and or input would be greatly appreciated. Now that Namberjuice has closed their doors I have this burning desire to get this right finally and would appreciate any help.
One love and keep on vaping!
TETRVLVKE aka moloko23
Profile: Banana with peanut butter and a dash of butterscotch
I landed (again) on CC Banana Yoghurt for this recipe, as the banana in this concentrate is seriously delicious! The yoghurt part adds a nice creamy and round taste. I find 3% just be just perfect for it.
I found TFA DX Peanut Butter to go very well for it around 3% as well - although, it does need 3 days to sit as the peanut butter is very strong right after the first shake (but still taste good).
FW Butterscotch at 2% has two jobs in this recipe. First of all - adding to the flavor of the profile obviously and secondly, it adds a nice creamy effect to the mix as well.
FA Caramel at 0.75% is only there to boost the caramel flavor from the butterscotch a little.
The CAP Butter Cream adds two things as well to this mix - knowingly that it's one of those concentrates that tastes different from person to person.
The first job it has is to add a little bit of buttery effect to this mix, that'll help the TFA DX Peanut Butter to be a little bit more round in flavor.
Second job is to add a little bit of waxy texture to the mix for the mouthfeel.
Lastly, TFA Vanilla Swirl for a rounder flavor and to sharpen off the edges from the banana (plus adding a hint of vanilla in the mix)
I recommend 3 days steep to make the TFA DX Peanut Butter and CC Banana Yoghurt to mainly blend in together as they are the main components.
Enjoy and feel free to leave a review!
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.