Used in 459 recipes at an average of 1.527%.
This started as a personal mission to create an AYV... Yes that's intended to mean an "all year vape."
I love custards, and so I started with some key aromas, added one variable at a time, and came up with this.
Cap Vanilla Custard - No intro needed
DIYFS - Holy Vanilla - If you haven't tried it, do not pass go, do not collect $200... JUST BUY IT.
RY4 Double & Caramel Candy - Add a sweet, thick note.
TFA Vanilla Cupcake - The variable that I ended with, I kept coming back to this one. I tried other vanillas, Cap Vanilla Cupcake, and a few others. This one just makes the recipe what it is.
Mix it. Steep it (at least 3 days). Comment/Review.
Werther's Caramel Coffee Hard Candy.
FW Cafe Coffee tastes like coffee candy with a hint of caramel. The coffee flavor tastes like artificial coffee flavoring like that used in coffee candy. Like it's not even really trying to taste like actual coffee. Based on the horribleness of a lot of coffee flavors that are trying to do that, the artificiality isn't necessarily a bad thing. Even the mouthfeel is very candylike. It's not Bali’s Best coffee candy, because it's not quite that sweet and rich, and because of the hint of caramel in the finish. Just a hint, though, nowhere near as much caramel as a Werther’s Coffee Caramel hard candy. It's also not as sweet as candy, though it is sweet. FW Caramel Candy reinforces the hard candyish nature of the coffee and pushes the caramel up beyond just a little hint. Too much of it tastes like an overcooked Werther's and 2% is pushing it, but that slightly acrid burned sugar thing that just barely starts to come in at 2% fits right in with coffee. WF Smooth Cappuccino Cream tastes like a sweet, almost too sweet, thick heavy cream, yet with accurate bitter coffee top notes. It's also loaded with caramel, like a cup that's half filled with coffee and half filled with caramel-flavored coffee creamer. It gets this were it needs go as a smooth, creamy-tasting, caramel hard candy with coffee swirls and eliminates any need for added sweetener to fit the candy profile.
Warning: This is a destroyer of cotton. Please don't put this in a sub-ohm tank with prebuilt coils and fuss at me when you need to change coils after 5ml. However, it's great in an RDA alongside your morning (or evening) cup of black coffee, especially if you're getting close to time to change your coils anyway.
This is my Take on a nice sweet authentic Peanut butter cookie bar. Flavorah caramel adds a nice honey sweetness to it. The cream fresh and Bavarian Cream give it a nice amount of dairy. The cereal 27 gives it a nice crispy ness. The Graham cracker almost adds somewhat of a Granola taste to it at this percentage. Caramel candy enhances the Peanut butter from TFA without taking over the recipe. FLV cookie dough when steeped long enough gives off a sweet honey note and adds that great cookie goodness. You can’t have a perfect Peanutbutter cookie without brown sugar. . I recommend 5-7 days Steep for all ingredients to meld together. I like it sweet so I added .5% Supersweet to my mix. But this is optional. Mixed at 69/31. Enjoy.
This one’s for the dessert lovers!
Thick butterscotch ice cream drizzled with caramel syrup and served in a crunchy waffle cone.
FW Caramel Candy has to be one of my favorite caramels out and FLV Butterscotch compliments it well. Throw in some LB Ice Cream + FA Vienna Cream and you’ve got the ice cream portion of the mix.
I see LB Belgian Waffle get some hate but I myself am I fan. I like it at 3% in this mix. CAP Cereal 27 brings it to life by giving some grit to the waffle cone while INW Biscuit adds a buttery note I enjoy.
Hope you dig this mix as much as I do. If not, that’s cool too. Would love to hear your feedback in the comments.
Caramel Candy Milk
(Biscuit/Caramel Candy/Cream/Dairy-Milk/Milk & Honey/Sweetener)
Let it steep for a week. At least a week to knock your sox off! The longer it steeps the tastier it becomes. Follow the recipe to replicate, different vendor ingredients will probably score different taste juice.
Feel free to crank up caramel candy in case you have a hole in your sox. I found it working just right for me at 3%.
A blast of freedom with slight back notes of oppression. One to blow in the face of communists and terrorists. Now you can be the douche bag of the globe, blowing your unnecessary clouds of freedom in the faces of our foes.
In all seriousness, this is a sweet apple pie, topped with vanilla ice cream and caramel syrup. A delicious rich vape that will have your sweet tooth quivering. Enjoy!
This's the discontinued Commodore Pearry recipe that Charlie Noble posted on their blog. Haven't mixed this one up yet, but looks fairly tasty.
The blog post didn't give any sort of steeping time. I'd recommend a week, just to be safe.
Original blog post here;