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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.
This one’s for the dessert lovers!
Thick butterscotch ice cream drizzled with caramel syrup and served in a crunchy waffle cone.
FW Caramel Candy has to be one of my favorite caramels out and FLV Butterscotch compliments it well. Throw in some LB Ice Cream + FA Vienna Cream and you’ve got the ice cream portion of the mix.
I see LB Belgian Waffle get some hate but I myself am I fan. I like it at 3% in this mix. CAP Cereal 27 brings it to life by giving some grit to the waffle cone while INW Biscuit adds a buttery note I enjoy.
Hope you dig this mix as much as I do. If not, that’s cool too. Would love to hear your feedback in the comments.
Signature moist and fluffy sponge cake is accented with legendary Tastykake butterscotch icing. With a distinctive and unique shape that fits right into your fingertips, each Krimpet is a perfect handheld treat. Tasytykake Krimpets have been considered icons of the brand since their introduction in 1927.
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.
Mixed this up for Flavor pro's year of mixing weekly challenge. May make some tweaks to this after a steep.
Jamie Lannister is a great anti villian. He is loyal, strong, and layered. I decided to make a golden (the lannister color) incest pudding cake. I wanted it to be a heavy cake due to his strong personality. Golden due to the Lannister color. Creamy in the middle due to his odd love for his sister and family. He is bold and arrogant, stong and loyal, and mushy when it comes to his love for his family.
INW Biscuit(1-1.25): what else is there to say about this popular cookie flavor...it's BUTTERY AF and it's here as the base of the recipe!?!?
FLV Butterscotch (1%) & FLV Caramel (1%): these two flavorings together are BANGIN'! A delicious caramel and Flavorah's version of butterscotch because of its well-renowned background cookie note are used here to add mouthfeel to the cookie base.
FLV Vanilla Custard (4%) & FLV Milk & Honey (0.5-1%): the custard at the top end of the suggested percentage begins to exhibit nuttiness and the M&H (I like this better at 0.5%) brings a sort of dark sweetness (while retaining softness) to the mix (for which I did not want to simply just use TFA Brown Sugar).
TFA Acetyl Pyrazine (0.25-0.5%): lastly, I figured a touch (because I wanted to retain a softer texture) of graininess was in order for this flavor profile.
Optional: if you prefer an almond-flavored cookie, as suggested by Wayne, adding FA Almond (0.5%) would lend a hand to the nutty notes of the custard while adding more sweetness to the mix...however, I feel that M&H does the job well enough (at least for the sweetness).
Speaking of profile, ehm...a sweet, buttery, honey COOKIE with a hint of nuttiness? I have no idea what I just mixed but, it tastes good. -shrugs-
All recipe and notes credit goes to Wayne (DIYORDIE) because he is my coach and inspiration...this one's for you! \m/
Warning: diketone-sensitive individuals mix at your own risk! o.O
Please, mix this and feel free to share feedback...if you don't like it, I shan't QQ.
A nice full flavor gourmet banana mousse topped with a rich caramel when you choose to go without the addition of Rich Cinnamon.
I've been in love with FLV Vanilla Custard recently, Begrudgingly much more so than with CAP V1, Although it is still awesome.
FLV Rich cinnamon is optional to those who really enjoy it, But not required for this recipe.
Add one drop per 30ml for just a light touch of delicious cinnamon richness.
WF Banana Puree
A nice creamy banana at this percentage.
TFA Banana Cream
At this low percentage it provides a little banana backup to the WF Banana Puree.
FLV Butterscotch/WF Caramel Butter
Work excellent together to create the dark "topping" to the profile.
FLV Vanilla Custard
As begrudgingly reluctant as I am to admit this, I believe FLV is stealing my interest from CAP v1 these days.
Works great as an enhancer to custards.
TFA Brown Sugar
Just a hint of richness to the caramel topping.
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Dropping this in lieu of cornbread approaching hype/passé status . . . I've been working on this since September and feel it is where it needs to be. This is buttery cornbread custard. The AP and Cereal 27 mixed with OOO Corn Bread really pushes this toward the authentic cornbread. It helps with the fluffy grain aspect that is the hallmark of the cornbread that has become the staple of the Southern table. The CAP Cake Batter helps to pull this in the sweet cornbread direction. The Custard/Creme Brulee/Devon Cream combination creates the thick rich custard that is enhanced by the crumb and crust of the cornbread. Butterscotch Ripple/Butterscotch brings the custard and cornbread to the butterscotch-y, caramel-y level that I was going for.
Give this at least a week to steep, and it blossoms into a sweet, buttery, cornbread custard. I annihilated 30mL of this and am waiting on the next batch to steep.
As always, I mixed this at 60vg/40pg and, then, let it age for a week. This is what I was looking for in a cornbread vape.
Edit: So, in coming back to read this with sober eyes . . . I realize that the use of "in lieu of" is used incorrectly (sigh . . . celebrating a snow day and typing do not mix). I'm not changing it as a lesson to myself. I guess I was thinking "for fear that," but it came out all wrong. Must remember to self-edit before hitting save.
Listening to Pavement's Cream of Gold off the album Terror Twilight when I started thinking about this recipe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XM4PdlXq3wo . . . for real, listen to some Pavement (aside from Sonic Youth, the only band I never got to see that I would kill to see).
This recipe is an homage to the DIYorDie Discord. From the well-deserved love for Fear's Cardinal to daily (he thought, to himself, hourly . . . tongue-in-cheek) discussion of burl wood by JJ'S_WHOLESALE, the Discord is a place where newcomers (like myself) can rub elbows with the heavy hitters of DIY. A place where someone who just placed their first order for concentrates can get advice from mavens like Kopel, ID10-T, JennJarvis, mlNikon, ConcreteRiver, etc (I really could go on at length naming mixers that frequent the Discord). It's an important tool for mixers of any level, in my opinion.
This is, to me, all things golden. It's a smooth, rich, oaky RY4 . . . creamy dollops of butterscotch and caramel drenched tobacco dripping on fresh, glowing coils.
Oak Milk brings a caramel milk to the, already, rich caramel of Holy Holy Grail RY4. These are further enhanced by the buttery creaminess of Butterscotch Ripple paired with FLV's Butterscotch. Vanilla Ruyan blends into the mix . . . a, hinted-at, smoked vanilla custard. Red Oak brings a woodsy, casked touch. The tobacco is an equally-weighted marriage of Red Burley and Native Tobacco. Cream of Gold is dessert tobacco to the core.
Mixed at a 60vg/40pg mix and aged for 3 days . . . I enjoyed it SNV, and even more aged a few days. I feel like this is ready to be released (or it could be the slight drunkenness of an educator that recently received news of another snow day).
I like this butterscotch a lot, to me it reminds me of a mix between a butterscotch candy and a butterscotch drizzle. You get a nice deep buttery note to give it good body, a dark caramelesque sweetness, and a bit of an astringent bite to it which I find helps cut through some of the more thick or dense vapes. It's not quite as creamy as I would like a butterscotch, but makes for a great butterscotch, caramel, or sweet-buttery accent to a mix. It really benefits from another cream or creamier butterscotch/caramel, in particular FW Butterscotch Ripple for a super decadent butterscotch.