Used in 1914 recipes at an average of 1.626%.
Absolutely in love with this recipe
Equal parts Graham crackers and thick, rich custard
The Graham crackers take a couple of days to come through but the custard takes a full two weeks to mature. It’s well worth the wait though as the custard just laps up the side of the dark crunchy crackers with it’s sweet luxuriousness.
The custard is based around FA custard prem with the Bavarian cream and Creme Brulee to back it up and the FW Graham Cracker is the main cracker note with the butter and brown sugar (FLV Caramel) to back that up
I’m so happy I made this as it's not only become my ADV but my favourite liquid. I can’t stop vaping it
Edit, I’ve cranked the caramel up to 1% as I forgot that that’s how high I had it originally and it’s better that way. It just adds a touch more darkness which makes all the difference
Thanks to all the people who have mixed it
An RY4 crossed with a very slight variation of eyemakepizza's Trinity Vanilla Ice Cream (https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/143364). When I think of Trinity, I can't help but imagine the pictures of the 1945 explosion from the atomic testing site Trinity, in Alamogordo . . . so, I made the ice cream sitting on top of the cone from an image of the explosion 0.016 seconds after detonation. Sweet, creamy, RY4 for your Christmas morning sweet-tooth.
This recipe was inspired by mlNikon's Nog Milk https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/79010#nog_milk_thechristmasmix_by_mlnikon
I made the Nog Milk base and gave some of it to a friend and she asked me to add Strawberry. I was unsure at first, but came across a lot of real world recipes for Strawberry Eggnog smoothie / milkshake. I pulled the CAP/TFA combo from another recipe layer and put this little combo together. While you can shake and vape this, it came together much better after about 10 days. The creams came alive with a little rest.
A recipe made for a friend on ATF. I find it humbling when I receive personal messages requesting a recipe due to that particular person enjoying my work so much. He’s a fan of custards so I wanted to make something a little different that’s definitely not your run of the mill custard profile but IMO tastes great. I like to think of this as a wintertime Creme Brulee that kinda has some Christmas influences but not enough to put this recipe in a “Christmas time only” category. I’m really enjoying this one it’s packed full of flavour without being to much for an ADV. you can S&V this one however 3 days and up is where it’s at! Give it a mix and leave your rating and review for all to see. Merry Christmas bjorama and everyone else in our awesome DIY community and best wishes for 2020!!! 💙
INW CREME BRULEE for VT CREME BRULEE @ 2.5%
JF DULCE DE LECHE for TPA DULCE DE LECHE @ 1.5%
CAP VC V2 for CAP VC V1 @ 3%