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I wanted a truly decadent and thick Vanilla Cream, I believe I have achieved this. Tested on an Asmodus C4 at 50w with 0.33ohm Dual fused claptons and a Profile 1.5 0.2ohm mesh at 75w.
3 weeks required for everything to blend together, this then remains stable for at least 6 months.
The main cream is made up of FLV Cream which adds some buttery and realistic dairy cream notes to this mix at 1%, Devon Cream is used to further enhance amd thicken up that cream which it achieves at 2% and Vape Train Vanilla Cream which adds a further dairy element this is very sweet cream like whillst also adding a rich Vanilla Note
Vanilla buttercream frosting at 1% sweetens this mix up and adds some sweet and grainy texture while adding a sweet complex Vanilla along with the wonderful buttercream notes, I originally tried 2% which made this mix a little dry and waxy, I backed it right off to 0.5% which didn't provide enough of what I wanted, finally 1% is the sweet spot for this mix.
Vanilla pudding at 2.5% thickens this mix up with it's silky and thick pudding like mouthfeel whilst also building on the vanilla profile,
Finally FA Vanilla Bourbon is used to tie all the Vanillas together with it's own dark vanilla notes that play well with Vape trains rich and bright complex vanilla's, creating a thick Dairy Cream mix with deep and rich Vanilla notes
I’ve been chasing this profile for quite some time and have many,many failed attempts that were good,just not “Mento’s” good!! These are hands down my favourite mints purely due to the fact that the mint element is subtle,sweet and creamy all at once and I just can’t get enough of them! When it’s comes to vaping mint/peppermint profiles im EXTREMELY fussy! I don’t really care for it if I’m honest however there’s been a couple of exceptions but it MUST be done right. I’m happy to release this recipe knowing whole heartedly I’d 100% accomplished an identical Mento’s and take it from me, it’s fucking deeeeeelicious! If your a fan a subtle mint Vapes and you love mento’s you HAVE to mix this up to appreciate how close it is to the real thing. I have Vaped this straight from the shake however 4 days steep and this is perfection in a bottle. If you mix this up and enjoy it please be so kind to leave a short review and rating on my recipe for other mixers to see. Happy mixing guys and gals 💙
So normally I try recipes out before posting them...this time I'm not gonna...After having a Mc D's Shamrock shake today I decided I wanted to try to make one...Here's my attempt...no clue if It's any good..Will report back but will take a few days to see how the creams develop..so far at first vape it's great..It's minty and cool but not to creamy..and If you try it and having any recommendations shoot em in the comments...Happy St Pattys Month...:)
This recipe is inspired from one of the Stars here on ATF: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/97838#yellow_matter_custard_dripping_from_a_dead_dog_s_eye_by_wadeyloops
But its so differently, to be a independent recipe creation, with his own unmistakable character!
A delish, cheesy Custard with lots of vanilla and a autentic, fresh Hazelnut as counterpart, whitch makes the vanilla not boring.
The Hazelnut causes, that the vanilla get not lost after a few puffs or your taste get used for it.
In the inspiring recipe, the "Creme Cheese Icing" was playing this part.
At the Inhale, you taste first the creamy Hazelnut, whitch prepares your taste, for the wonderful Vanilla, whitch will linger on your tongue, after the exhale.
The yellow cake gives the custard more depth and supprts the crust of the Cheesecake.
The crust gets stronger if you steep clear longer than the 14 days, which are recommended.
If you make a bigger batch or longer steep, and you dont like a stronger Crust, lower the Yellow Cake, to 1.5% or 1%.
You can sub the Holy Vanilla with INW Shisha Vanilla if you prefer that taste. But then use a little more. 2% will work well.
You can also sub the FW Yellow Cake, for JF Yellow Cake at same percentage. It makes the cake part a little thinner, but its still nice if you use 0.5% more.
You can also sub the CAP NY Cheesecake, for INW Cheesecake, but use only 1.5%, because its stronger.
All other flavours are essential. If you sub them, the mix is maybe also good, but goes too far from the original taste of this recipe
I need some time, and try a lot of variations, to get the recipe to this point.
To make it more cheesy and a little more creamy, in Harmonie with the Vanilla and the Nut.
All variations i have testet in Squape E, FeV VS and Dvarw MTL.
At a resistance around 1 Ohm, MTL, with stainless steel wire at 20 Watts
But iam sure, the type of the wire, will not play a important role.
Sweeten how you wish.
Iam not really a friend of sweetener, but a small amount, like the recipe says, is necessary in my opinion.
The concentrates give not enough of it, for this case.
All this text, is only to help you, to optimizing the Liquid for your taste. But you have not really take care of it.
Mix the recipe, with the listed flavours at their associated percetages, and you get a creamy, really delish Juice, if you like Dessert-Profiles!
Other recipe recommendation
If you like a other good Custard-Vape,, try: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/115400#yellow_extasy_by_zugmaschine
Or if you like a very good Ice Crean-Vape, try: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/62201#holy_vanilla_ice_cream_by_zugmaschine
This is my favorite cream right now. I've started using it in mixes in place of FA Fresh Cream. It brings a good body to a cream base without being too heavy or overwhelmingly "dairy" while still giving a pleasant creamy smoothness. It does offer a very slight sweetness, and really helps harmonize flavors.
A lot of people claimed they sensed a sort of "spice" to it, which I didn't detect in any of my mixes. After trying it as a standalone though, there is definitely a bit of spice to it. IDK Why but I went for it at 3.5%, and I get almost like an horchata flavor from it, which I find very interesting. In mixes at .5-1% I don't detect the spice.