Used in 54 recipes at an average of 3.755%.
I wanted a fruity cake flavor, what better than pineapple upside down cake? The pineapple comes thru immediately up front. While the cake lingers after. I used the vanilla butternut for the wetness of the cake and the biscuit for that “baked good” taste while the butter base ties it all together. I like Vienna cream with pineapple because it has the same sweet yet sharp profile that compliment each other for another layer of depth. Enjoy this one with your fav RDA off the shake or steeped for a couple days.
I’ve taken on the task of producing a line of custards, which I’ve dubbed “Majesty Reserve.” This is the original and first of the line of custard based liquids meant to satisfy and appeal to all of my fellow custard heads.
This first liquid is meant to be a sweet, rich and creamy custard accentuated by the pleasant and enticing note of praline. Overall, I’m pretty satisfied with how it turned out. It satisfies my custard craving and I hope it does the same for you.
This definitely isn’t a shake and vape. Testing at ten days, the flavor was light. Testing again five days later and it’s starting to shine. The pralines give off a rich aroma and the custards with the sugar cookie provide a delectable, thick mouthfeel and scrumptious flavor. Enjoy!
Posting this because I mixed up TamVapes Goo In My Butter Cake but with a few swaps. I initially thought they were errors but realized, I completely bastardized the original. TamVapes created the base ultimately for this. https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/119884#goo_in_my_butter_cake_by_tamvapes
On to the Creamy Nut Cake -
Since I am obsessed with vanillas and creams, I cannot stop vaping this.
I had been searching for a couple of years for an elevated but more calm use for Cake Batter Dip and a way to make it work with TPA Pistachio. FW Salted Caramel is my go-to caramel because on a couple of my mesh tanks I actually get the salty sweet. I know, I know, you don't get salt in a vape - I beg to differ. I might be hallucinating it but either way, in at least 2 applications the saltiness of the FW Caramel (Salted) comes through on the exhale. I don't like sugar lips (don't come for me on the Yellow Cake) but salty lips - all day errday!
I am still a fan of FW Yellow Cake but I would imagine WF Angel Cake would suffice in this recipe at 2%.
The FW Vanilla Butternut brings the recipe together and gives an overall vanilla back to the fluffy layers in this recipe.
The pumpkin element - HS Pumpkin Pie (4%) and FW Vanilla Butternut (2%) come together to create the canned pureed pumpkin (which is far superior to harvesting your own pumpkin). HS brings the pure, un-spiced flesh of the pumpkin, while FW Vanilla Butternut adds some sweet, gourd-like body with a touch of vanilla and maple (which brings to mind the natural caramelized sugars in the cooked gourds).
The spice element - Wanted this to be mellow and nuanced . . . not in your face pumpkin spice, so the pumpkin flavor could be the star only backed up by the spice. I went with CAP Cinnamon Sugar (1.5%) and TFA Pumpkin Spice (0.4%). This lays underneath the pumpkin just right, in my opinion.
The custard element - The obvious choice, INW Custard (2%), mixed with CC Devon Cream (1.5%), which brings a creamy/vanilla marriage to the custard base. It's nowhere near in your face vanilla custard . . . but paired with the pumpkin and spice, it adds a nice body of custard to fold the pureed pumpkin into. On a lark, I threw some CAP Whipped Marshmallow (2%) into the mix to, possibly, add some more body to the custard and help keep the spice element in check. Whether or not it did either of those things . . . I'm not sure. However, this is the 4th iteration of this recipe, and I was trying to use a few concentrates I hadn't tried in the recipe previously. I am happy with where it landed
The cookie element - I didn't want to use gingerbread, as I was not happy with what it did in previous mixes . . . it was too forward. I went with CAP Sugar Cookie (1.25%) and FLV Graham Cracker (1%). It is by no means a crunchy cookie crumble here. It is like a cookie that has been submerged in the custard and softened (like a vanilla wafer that's soaked in the vanilla-banana goodness and become a part of the lusciously thick custard). It adds some overall sweetness to the recipe, in my opinion.
Not being a huge fan of the pumpkin spice profile . . . I was inspired by Centerfold Vape Co's Bebe (a pumpkin cream dessert flavor) which I found to be extremely enjoyable. This is not a clone, per se, but simply inspired by how much I enjoyed the original flavor profile that I expected to be underwhelmed by.
I mixed it at 60vg/40pg and sat on it for a week before trying it. All in all, I'm pleased but am open to critiques and suggestions. Enjoy!