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(FW) Caramel (salted)


By: Flavor West (FW)
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Used in 1368 recipes at an average of 2.22%.

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103 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


This cookie is so powerful it can stop the devil
Drawing power from Butter, Chocolate, and Caramel. Even the devil could not pass by this cookie.

This has been something in the works that has just finally came to light with many changes.. Not an overly sweet recipe but everything melds together quite well in 3 to 5 days.
Inhale you get the pound cake with the ice cream with hints of the caramel and apple mixture..

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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.

TFA Pistachio
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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This candied banana vape takes me back to the day of being a kid and going to the fair and indulging in all the snacks.

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Just a simple little Pound Cake with some Butterscotch and Caramel the Golden Butter seems to enhance the pound cake..
The caramel and butterscotch comes in strong at firs then goes into a dense pound cake and hits back to the start of the mix of caramel and butterscotch.. Super simple yet super good and a good daily vape.

It's a turtle in bed with big tobacco.

I hope you only came here looking for a delicious dessert tobacco vape and not for anything resembling originality. 90% of this recipe is just Coop's nifty little Salted Caramel Praline plus his own recommendation for turning it into a turtle-type flavor with Milk Chocolate, plus a hair more Salted Caramel. The other 10% is just the two FLV tobaccos from one of my all-time favorite recipes, Cardinal, with a bit more Burley. The result? 100% so good I think I'll start a new religion based on it and turn DIY into a theocracy. I hope Coop and Fear enjoy being co-deities and don't demand too much from me in the form of blood sacrifices.

Steep time here is 2 weeks because the Pralines and Cream and Salted Caramel really need a week to come together into a creamy caramel with pecans on top vs. thinner caramel with pecans and some cream that are more separated. Unfortunately that 7 days catches the tobacco in the wrong place at the wrong time, but after 7 more they're back where they belong.

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ChrisDVR told me this would get more views if I used a nice pair of boobies for the picture.

It's a Bourbon-flavored cigar, of sorts.

This started out as an attempt at a bourbon-flavored cigar for /r/MixersClub. It's still a bourbon-flavored cigar, but at some point it became more about celebrating the pairing of the two Kentucky concentrates than about producing an authentic cigar. TFA Kentucky Bourbon is a bit boozy, yet sweet, with that unique corny sweetness of sour mash whiskey. FLV Kentucky Blend is a bright yet ashy, slightly spicy tobacco. They make beautiful bluegrass music together.

FLV Bourbon supports the TFA version with richness and an authentic charred oak barrel flavor, which the tobaccos also enjoy. FLV Red Burley fills out the Kentucky Blend and makes it richer, darker, and more satisfying. FW Salted Caramel enhances both the tobaccos and bourbons and builds a dark, sweet but not too sweet bridge between them. FA Cuban Supreme isn't necessary for a satisfying bourbon-bacco vape, but without it, the result is rather soggy. A touch of it here wraps all this up in a somewhat green but dry cigar wrapper and brings it back within the realm of a bourbon-flavored cigar.

Steep Time is truly just a best after recommendation, not a requirement here. This is great at 3 days, just enough time for the bourbon to relax a little and everything to come together. A few days longer, and the tobaccos will fade a bit. This is a good time to vape it if you want more of a sweet bourbon vape with just a little tobacco kick. But at two weeks, they're back and everything works together as intended.

This is a adaptation of Wayne's "My Custard", but specifically for those of us out there who aren't afraid of 20% recipes. It's the most delicious vape I've ever personally made. This reminds me of a Butterscotch Pudding more than a custard, and the Kettle Corn really transforms the way this recipe "sticks" to your mouth.

As far as development notes, since it was based off someone else's recipe I went a different route. I added some of my favorite flavors, at %'s I KNOW I could taste them at. I didn't change a single thing from my first attempt, as it's so damn good to me that it lacks nothing. Sometimes you get lucky, and personally this is on the level of "Golden Oreo Custard" with respect to accurately portraying the real life, edible version.

Give it 7-10 days, at 10 days it's a different animal than even at 5 days.
I hope you enjoy it.

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Caramel coffee cheesecake what else. An I say.?
https://youtu.be/fnTvJmjqci8
The end result here is a rich hybrid of a coffee and a cheesecake vape. I wouldn’t say it’s a coffee nor would I say it’s a cheesecake although both flavors are present. This one takes some patients tho it is a long steeper at around 30 days I found that coffee burnt note had subsided enough for me to make this my all day vape until it was gone....now the waiting begins again. When I ran out of this liquid I found myself wanting more which was a good sign to me that it’s a keeper.

Mix it up and give it a try if you have the flavors and 0ease be sure to rate or comment on what you mix...it helps others decide if they should try it and it helps the mixer to make better recipes in the future. Also if you change the recipe or add to it or remove something leave that in the comments as well if it is better to you...this can be a group effort if we all play well together...LOL..

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Carmel mocha HS.....As with most coffee flavors this on ha the burnt/skunks flavor slightly for me but after the steep in this recipe it pretty much goes away. It does not distract from the flavor profile for me.

Creamy Yogurt CAP....used here to add some more cream and to help push the cheesecake note a little

Yet another Apple Pie. I used a combination of apples. I used Liquid Amber, Butter Cream, Salted Caramel, Super Sweet, and the Cinnamon, (from Caps Cinnamon Danish Swirl ) to make the sauce. Biscuit, C.D.S., Graham cracker clear, and Zeppola to make the pie crust. Enjoy Y'all

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