Flavor Profile: custard dairy dessert vanilla
Used in 523 recipes at an average of 2.313%.
This is just as the recipe says a Blueberry Custard with a Coconut back. This is good at 3 days but I prefer it at the 10 day mark, it gives the flavors time to relax. I also prefer to vape this at a lower wattage because it really lets the flavors play off of one another.
Blueberry, Blueberry Muffin, Boysenberry - This makes up a very nice and sweet blueberry flavor with a small amount of crust.
Sweet Coconut - This is one of the better coconut flavors out, you want to keep it low or it will dominate the entire recipe.
Vanilla Custard, Cream - This makes an extremely light and creamy custard sauce.
Sweetness - This one could be left out all together but I enjoy this vape very sweet for some reason.
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Almond and cream macarons.no sweetener needed,milk and honey (flv) and meringue (FA) add enough sweetness to the mix.Vanilla custard (flv) is also sweet and adds a touch of nuts when used around 4%.The mix smells a bit weird the first days,as a result from the combination of almond and torrone,so it must steep for a week for all the aromas to settle.At 10 days it is just fine.enjoy!
Iv really been enjoying this one for some time now so I guess it's time to pass it on to the community.
Never could get completely pleased with it so I ve been modifying this one for months now. But I ve come to the point of thinking any more changes won't benefit it for the good.
Good as s&v but give it a week and you'll be amazed. Percentages are low compared to some other good strw&creams but be assured no flavor is lacking here. Enjoy.
I wanted to do a peanut butter pie similar to the one you can get at Outback Steakhouse occasionally. (not sure when it's "in season") It's a creamy peanut butter pie that's very rich and uses Nutter Butter in their crust instead of graham. It's not 100% that... but it's very good.
This does become richer with a week+ steep but it's pretty good after a day.
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.