By: Flavorah (FLV)
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I'm not sure what this is. . . I started to make like a butterscotch latte, but this turned out a little denser than that. A Coffee Butterscotch creme that you'd find at the center of a chocolate truffle. Maybe similar to some kind of soft caramel.
The SSA Cappuccino Coffee is a great coffee flavor. Well balanced but super dark.
The VT English Toffee and FLV Smoked Butterscotch is dynamite! A rich and layered butterscotch flavor that is strong but blends into this.
The FA Milk and WF Smooth Cappuccino Cream round out everything and helping the coffee and butterscotch flavors to meld together.
A little FW Sweetener to bump everything and help with the creams. I really like this and it really needs a steep. At least 10 days.
I mostly use a 28mm dual coil RDA on a stacked 21700. .3 ohms.
Mixer’s Club - November 2020 Entry
I’m not going to lie to ya’ll.. I didn’t SFT the chocolates. They were Hail Marys and the Lord has once again worked in my life.
What I am getting is the smoked part of the butterscotch on top, the almost dark chocolate right under and then the bright butterscotch/marshmallow on the bottom.
Imagine a fancy box of chocolates that they would share at a Bilderberg meeting that they would enjoy while planning how to replace us all with robots. Clean, thick chocolate. Dense marshmallow. Smoked butterscotch because powerful people like to hurt themselves with scotch. I got everything that I wanted out of this except for the hardness of those chocolates which, I believe, is impossible.
This is sweet and I was going to leave out the sweetener, but I argued with myself enough and I lost. You’re getting sweetener.
NOTE: OOO CARAMEL CREAM IS SSA MILKY CARAMEL FUDGE
FA BUTTERSCOTCH IS SSA BUTTERSCOTCH
Revisited this profile after trying some newer flavours out and feel this is where the origional should of been at.
The butterscotch cream pie by WF acts as like a core to build off bringing a lovely rich flavour, butterscotch SSA is somewhat simular to butterscotch ripple FW but much much better - very rich and decadent. You can leave out the smoked butterscotch but i feel it adds a slightly more authentic vibe to the vape.
Its super creamy butterscotch filling ontop of a beautiful base of cakey buttery biscuit.
Sweeten to taste 👊
This is a lighter tobacco mix with some coffee and a little bit of a dark chocolate floatin around in there. It's a recipe I've wanted to make for a long time, and was for some reason much more successful being limited to just one flavor company. I initially mixed this for a MTL setup, but I know most people mainly use a dripper or higher wattage device, so that's how I developed the profile. I also included the MTL version at the bottom of the description in case that's the way you vape. I personally get a Off The Record Raw Power kind of vibe from this, which I wasn't going for but turned out to be very similar. This one definitely has to steep for about 3 days to let biscotti calm down a little bit. That guy is big mad.
FLV Biscotti: The coffee.
FLV Tatanka: One of my favorite tobaccos from flavorah to use in dessert mixes. It has a light tobacco with a good amount of caramel, its the closest tobacco to an ry4 from them imo.
FLV Red Burley: Just threw some of this in there to boost the tobacco a bit. It also helps out the chocolate/coffee aspect too.
FLV Mocha: Used to boost the coffee/chocolate and add a cream to the mix. The cream more so shows up in a MTL setup.
FLV Smoked Butterscotch: Just to add a bit of butt scotch. When I originally mixed this it wasn't included, but when I tried this in a dripper I felt like it needed it.
FLV Sweetness: My favorite sweetener to use with dessert tobacco mixes now thanks to Developed. It sweetens everything else up without touching the tobacco.
If you wanted some more of a nutty tobacco in here, swap red burley for FLV Oriental Tobacco at the same %, that stuffs delicious. You could also boost the tobaccos as much as you want and the coffee/chocolate will still stay pretty present. I also noticed in the first couple of versions that more sweetener would bring out more chocolate as opposed to coffee.
Biscotti same percentage
Tatanka same percentage
Mocha @ 1%
Sweetness same percentage
Red Burley bumped up to 1.5, unless you want a light tobacco
Take out smoked butterscotch, as it muddles the profile in MTL. It doesn't normally do that imo, but in this recipe I noticed it.
A huge thanks to Developed and Flavorah for hosting this awesome challenge!
So This my take on a all Flavorah tobacco mix.
Butterscotch, Tatanka, Cavendish and smoked Butterscotch: This is my ry4 Tobacco base. Tatanka has a nice Dark and nutty Tobacco note, butterscotch has a Dark buttery caramel and the smoked butterscotch gives it a touch of smoke which i wanted in this mix.
Rainer Cherry, Cavendish: This i my kinda top note of my Tobacco. Rainer cherry is a very candy cherry flavor, and not a cherry i would recommend, but in Tobaccos it just shines through he whole mix. It’s comes through as a soft and Bright cherry which blends lovelely with the ry4 base. The Cavendish Creates the bridge between the the ry4 and adds a touch of floral cherry to the Tobacco.
Smooth Vanilla: 0,5% is HIGH. Dont go there, but in this mix, it is perfect. I wanted the floral note from the smooth vanilla and the vanilla and i get both at this %.
Mocha, Sweetness: Adds a Deep Rich chocolate note and a slight sweetness which keeps the mix for being TOO dry.
Based on ENYAREKLAW's famous PRY4 i changed some of the ingridients with some more robust and deeper notes.
I kept the basic notes, but added Coffee and Butterscotch flavors.
This really has to steep in regards to let the coffee notes tone down and sit deeper in the pistacio/RY4 combo.
Let it steep for atleast 2 weeks, the more the better.
I usually keep. my PRY4 based vapes for about 1 month to get the most caramel and heavy PRY4 out of it.
Note that i left out Vanilla Swirl as i think this variant tastes better without it.
let me know what you think