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FW Butterscotch is a new flavor for me. I decided to add it with my ice cream base. Butterscotch Ripple might work better. I have never tried it.For the ice cream base I added the custard to thicken it up and add to the cream. The hazelnut and meringue I think work good at this ratio for a rich and sweet milky flavor.
This is a butterscotch mix with elements of custard and creme brûlée
I wasn't really happy with a lot of the Butterscotch recipes I had been mixing so I went ahead and made one from scratch. There's no chemical/weird taste in this one which a lot of other recipes have. Butterscotch is not really the prominent flavor per se, so adjust your percentages accordingly if you want it to be more "there".
Aging time is about a week+. Obviously the longer you can wait, the smoother and tastier it gets. Feel free to try it out before a week and it'll still be pretty damn good.
All these flavors are available at Bull City Vapor.
FW Butterscotch (natural) is not the same as FW Butterscotch!
Leave out CAP Graham Cracker if you want.
FW Sweet Cream and VBIC are quite different from their TFA counterparts. Please keep that in mind if you decide to sub with those (I haven't tried it personally)
Creamy and rich super smooth ice-cream with the perfect vanilla. Not artificial Not spicy moderately eggy, heavy on the dairy, fairly sweet, and that super rich butter & cream you expect in an ice cream or custard.