Flavor Profile: custard dairy dessert vanilla
Used in 577 recipes at an average of 2.289%.
this has been my kryptonite for the last year or so. I guarantee you will not want to vape any other butterscotch custard/pudding's again. put it in your rotation, you won't be mad you did. (this is made for sub ohm devices such as rda's and tanks.)
fw butterscotch & fa caramel pair with tpa brown sugar to deliver the incredible dark note.
flv vanilla custard & inw custard are soul mates. the two combine to deliver a nice thick and creamy, eggy, thick mouthfeel custard.
fa almond is the finishing enhancing touch. it adds yet more creaminess and emulsifies all the notes.
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!
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.