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This recipe wouldn’t be where it is now without the generous help, support, guidance & advice from LukeLoop & Pippa Starr (DIYDownunder-Pippa). This has been a recipe I’ve been working on since I started mixing over 12 months ago, & has been quite the labor of love! It’s very loosely based on the flavours in Humble juice Co. “Humble crumble”. It was a beautiful moment recently when a friend told me they preferred this over the Humble Crumble! It blew me away actually!!😳🥺
It was very unbalanced to begin with, being all berry & no crumble, but Luke & Pippa got me on a more balanced track!
This was also an exercise in using what I had, & not using any crumble topping. A crumble topping from scratch so to speak!!
This may look like a hot mess express with all the bakeries, but each & every 1 of them brings something unique to the recipe (I think).
The last change made was the addition of CAP Golden Butter-previous versions didn’t have it-it was nice, but it needed some more butteryness.
I also thought of increasing the FA caramel by .15 to .75. But I hypothesised that the golden butter may add additional caramel notes. I tested after 14 day steep (14 days is minimum-I would suggest longer for the full effect), & to me, the caramel notes are adequate with the .50%, but you could try another .15% FA Caramel if you wanted. I might revisit this down the track, along with another 1% of TPA Vanilla Swirl (that was another hypothesis, but I was assured privately that the recipe looked good where it was). Anyway, I’m quite happy with it as is for the moment.
I guess it’s a case of where do you stop fiddling & tweaking a recipe before you release it? Lol!! I could keep fiddling, but, I do think it’s nice at this point-in saying that, it’s definitely not off the cards that I’ll fiddle with this more in the future! I hope you like it!! I’m truly an open book-if you have any suggestions, or you think I should move the caramel or vanilla swirl, please let me know your thoughts!!
Feel free to sweeten-I’m sensitive to the stuff, so I generally try to avoid it if & when I can!!
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Tested on Recurve RDA; Stainless Steel Fused Clapton (24X2+40); .15 ohms; 60watts; long 510 drip tip.
Donut holes covered in nuts and a sweet butterscotch sauce for this week's episode of the mixin vixens: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ee-nyu2Zn6I&feature=youtu.be The avocado adds just the right amount of greasy mouthfeel to make it feel more authentic. If you like what we do and would like to support us in a fun tasty way, check out our one shots at https://www.diyflavorchaser.com/mixin-vixens
FA Apple Pie, WF Deep Fried Pastry Dough
Thick, fried, and dense dough.
JF Yellow Cake, CAP Vanilla Custard v1
The inside part of the dough, the yellow cake brings the fluffiness into play while the VC v1 contributes with the wetness making it feel creamy inside.
FLV Butterscotch, FW Butterscotch Ripple
This is the filling, we chose both of these butterscotch flavors because they complement each other. FLV on the top not while FW on the base, bringing in that stickiness that we love so much!
CAP Cinnamon Sugar, FW Sweetener
The typical mixture of cinnamon powder and sugar where we roll that fried goodie right after coming out of the oil. FW Sweetener brings that sugary, lingering after taste just like when you bite into a churro or our own Brazilian version of a donut, called "Sonho" which translates to "dream".
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A tobacco recipe with creamy butterscotch custard topped with caramel popcorn and peanuts.
I love FLV tobaccos so, as its an all FLV recipe, I really wanted to do some sort of a tobacco mix. I used Vanilla Pudding as the custard base with a little added creaminess and mouthfeel from the Cream. FLV Butterscotch is one of my favourites, it's such a great butterscotch top note. Popcorn and Beer Nuts is a really nice combo plus the caramel note in Popcorn fills out the Butterscotch. I used a bolder, darker tobacco which adds some more depth and dimension to the mix.
Minimum steep - 7 days. But it takes 10-14 days for the tobacco and popcorn to fully come through.
Tested on Citadel RDA, 0.6ohms, around 35w.
This is a thick and rich apple cinnamon sauce that can be added to a bakery, ice cream, or use it as a standalone.
FLV apple filling is the main note and FLV apple helps fill in the layer. FLV apple pop is used for a candy apple finish.
FLV caramel adds brown sugar.
FLV butterscotch deepens the recipe with additional richness.
FLV pineapple provides a little juice and tartness.
FLV sweetness enhances the recipe.
Developed on the Barrage rda using, N80 quad core fused clapton (.21 ohm) at 55-60 watts.
Give it 4-5 days to come together.
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.