Used in 1079 recipes at an average of 2.23%.
AP is one or two drops per 30ml
Steep 7 to 14 days. I hate steeping too but you know.
Australian chocolate and the VBG make the milk chocolate ish chocolate. The salted caramel and butter pecan and AP make the caramel pecan base.
This takes about a week to settle down and in. I lost my sample bottle for 2 moths. It was good after a week but after two months it held up very good and was slightly better.
The chocolate is well just what chocolate is when its vaped. Just ok at best. I do think TPA VBG does add some milkiness to chocolates. The salted caramel and butter pecan really have a nice butter caramel aftertaste. The AP really brings the nuttiness of the butter pecan out,
This was made for mixin in the kitchen show the red white and blue challenge
RED - apple/ cran creates the top notes in this and adds some brightness and tartness to the darker sweet notes here
Blue - blueberry jam is a sweet sticky thick type of blueberry which really works with the darker notes for butterscotch and caramel. and hold the middle of this mix I used FW for more of a creamy buttery profile note rather then the candy type of butterscotch
White - vanilla marshmallow is present on the exhale and adds a nice vanilla note . WF caramel rice treats I felt needed a bit of a boost so added the rice crunches but could sub out cereal 27 around 2.5 for more texture
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Profile: Nutbar covered with chocolate and salted caramel.
TPA Bavarian Cream - A must for the arsenal of flavors of all mixers. In this recipe adds some creaminess and binds with the nuts so they do not get so dry.
FA Hazel Grove (hazelnut) - Pure hazelnut and super concentrated. Add realism to the Hazelnut itself.
FW Hazelnut - A very versatile hazelnut that can be applied to various profiles. Upping the percentage brings notes of chocolate.
FLV Pistachio - A pistachio balanced both in body and texture. The skin is present in this flavor such as TPA Pistachio. Incredibly strong and real.
CAP Toasted Almond - Generic almond like the ones we buy at supermarkets. Not much toast but a noticeable note.
TPA Whipped Cream - Recipe emulsifier. Creates a bond between the nuts and the caramel.
FW Salted Caramel - Caramel that is not salty as the name says but simulates the characteristic flavor of salty caramel. That note of caramel that as it took salt has a distinct aroma, different than just caramel made of sugar.
FLV Chocolate Deutsch - Creamy and melted chocolate from the cakes. It is the best possible description for this flavor. Super concentrated too. 1 DROP IS ENOUGH! Together with FW Hazelnut, it brings notes of melted chocolate to the profile.
Steep: Between 5 to 7 days for the chocolate to calm down and the caramel to be wrapped with the nuts.
Cereal 27, Golden Butter and Biscuit base with Butter Pecan, Salted Caramel with Creme Brulee on top..
Everything shines just right with the Golden Butter coming in at the back of your tongue.
I can see this being my daily vape.
5 Day steep is perfect since the Creme Bruleee is at a lower percentage..
NOT A SNV(there's a reason why I changed the recipe name from "S'mich" to "20-Day Steepwich"!! Trust me on this...
NOTES & B.S.:
The OBVIOUS choice for the peanut butter was TFAs. It's just such a great flavor that can be easily overtaken at low percentages. So I cranked that shit WAY up! TFA PB lacks(to me) the roasted peanut flavor I taste in real peanut butter. Enter FLV Peanut Butter and you've got yourself one excellent peanut butter base to build upon.
The result of adding the next 2 flavorings is a thick/creamy, salty peanut butter. Anyone who loves peanut butter vapes knows there is always something lacking. And my mix was no different. My peanut butter definitely needed an additional shove in the right direction. And I found a GREAT use for VT Avocado Cream in the process. The way this concentrate thickened that peanut butter up is nothing short of miraculous! This flavoring is vital to this recipe. It can't be subbed & it can't be omitted. Add to that FW Salted Caramel, and you've got one nicely rounded-out peanut butter. JIF, anyone?
For the strawberry portion of my sandwich, I wanted something a little different. I didn't really want a "jam". I wanted more of a strawberry pie-filling vibe. This nuance is what makes VT Glazed Strawberries a very necessary part of this recipe. It can't be subbed. It can't be omitted. I added to that CAP's Sweet Strawberry for both sweetness and a syrupy quality.
FA Joy=my bread. I'm not a huge user of Joy because I'm one of those people who tastes beer. But if you aren't like me, feel free to crank your Joy up to 0.5-1%.
I didn't add sweetener to my final version, as I found-for me-sweetener killed my peanut butter texture(no matter how low or which sweeteners I used) & killed the "tingly" feeling on my tongue left by the VT Glazed Strawberries. Textures, to me, are what make this recipe unique and memorable. I encourage you to try this 1st without sweeteners(at 20 day's steep of course). If you find you need it? Add it. But don't blame me if your PB texture disappears :)
I've found that around 48 watts, this flavor has a nice balance of where I want it to be in terms of no one flavor taking the lead(0.4 ohm flatwire coil). I kept my airflow 1/4-1/3 open. At around 60 watts, it's more on the salty side. And the peanut butter is more of a salty "peanut" flavor, as opposed to a peanut butter. At 75 watts, the sweetness kicks back in and the strawberry is more dominant. The recipe morphs alot dependent upon what temperature you kick it at. Have fun playing around & finding the setting you want. I found that to be a fun part of vaping it!
FYI: Unsteeped the recommended amount of days, this will taste very weird(VT Glazed Strawberries needs to steep. I can't even describe the wretchedness of this flavor when fresh.). I nearly trashed this whole recipe after I'd tasted it fresh. I felt there was NO way a horrible flavor could steep into how I wanted it to steep. Imagine my shock and surprise when this actually turned out the way I'd intended!!
VG recommended is 75%. This eliquid is meant to be thick and the percentages will stand out even at a high VG like 75%.
As always, I hope you enjoy this. It was quite a tricky recipe to work out. But when I finally settled on the flavors I wanted, the percentages just fell into place.
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Calling all Nut Lovers!
This is the first recipe I've taken cost into full consideration, limiting myself to two of the most common flavor manufacturers around. With the cold fronts we've been having here in the US, I wanted a nice dark Pistachio blend, And I feel this one turned out really well.
FW Salted Caramel
Used low to accentuate the dark tone and assist w/ authenticating the Butterscotch notes.
TFA Brown Sugar
Assists the overall profile by providing a slight burnt sugar taste. (In a good way)
TFA Bavarian Cream
Attributes a light vanilla note while contributing some slight creaminess to the mouthfeel.
FW Butterscotch Ripple
Next to FW Butterscotch, This is my favorite butterscotch. Adds a nice dark richness to accompany the nuttier tones.
TFA Acetyl Pyrazine
Tried with and without during trial revisions and found I enjoyed it much more with it's inclusion. Used here as a traditional flavor enhancer to add a slight "grain" texture and to help push forward the nut profile.
FW Butter Pecan
Used low to supply richness and depth without altering the Pistachio note too much.
Obviously the star of the show here. If you would like to add a little more authenticity, Try adding in a little FA Pistachio.
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