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My V8 a year after trying Primative's Buttermilk Pie. While this is not an exact clone, to achieve a similar robust dessert vape requires a heavy hand and more than a few ingredients.
To start, I wanted a dense chess pie... and I like mine sweet. The Vanilla Custard with Sweet Cream are at the root of that, complimented by both Inw Creme Brûlée and FA Custard (Inw didn't give me enough of the caramelized top hence the brown sugar & vanilla).
You can do with less frosting (but it levels the mix nicely) or without the Super Sweet but at 0.75% & 0.5% why... this is a zero calorie extravagance.
The Rich Cinnamon, at just one drop per 30 m, is a must... two is fine, don't cry., it won't destroy things.
Another must is the 3:1 Whipped Cream & Golden Butter which are the buttermilk of the recipe.. This key combination was uncovered in 2016 at least.
For the crust I opted for a simple 2:1 which does this recipe justice.
Give it a taste before you dial it down, go back to the original and think, If you were to bake a chess pie, what would you want.
WF Butter Pecan Pie is yummy, but its name drove me nuts and I had to try to "fix" it. It just tastes like butter pecan ice cream minus all of the ice cream. Or, something that could pass for the top part of the pie, with all the baked pecans, cooked sugar sweetness, and extra butter. But where's the eggy goopy inside? Why does it have "pie" in the name when I'm not getting even a hint of crust. FA Apple Pie takes some time to come out but I'm only getting the hint of pie crust I wanted from it at 1%, no apple or other fruit, no apple pie spice. INW Custard fills it out wonderfully. Three other versions didn't work the way I wanted them to. FA Custard Premium 2% was enough to take over and turn it into a custard recipe. Lovely, but off-topic. Not a pie. CAP Vanilla Custard 2% fit the pie profile and tasted good but that unmistakable Capella vanilla stuck out, calling too much attention to itself in an annoying way. The INW Creme Brulee 2% that someone suggested gave it a nice sweetness but wasn't custardy enough for a pie filling and tasted a little burnt.
Last year about this time I was working on a deep fried Cran-apple pie, but I never could create something I was happy with. Now that I got a few more flavors to work with I figured I'd give the profile another try.
FLV Apple Filling: Brings a delicious apple pie filling with a dash of cinnamon.
FA Apple pie & WF Deep Fried Dough: Make the crust of the fried pie.
FLV Cranberry: Can't really have a cran-apple pie without Cranberry. FLV is my preferred cranberry.
INW Creme Brulee: Adds some creaminess and some dark toasty sweetness.
FLV Sweetness: used to sweeten the whole thing up a bit and keep the cranberry from being to tart.
Best after a week steep
PLEASE RATE/REVIEW IF YOU MIX
(FLV) Apple Filling, (FA) Apple Fuji, (FLV) Sweetness and a touch of (FLV) Rich Cinnamon make a delicious sweet and gooey Apple Cinnamon fruit blend that does not get lost or tired.
The combination of (FA) Apple Pie, (CAP) Cinnamon Danish Swirl, (FA) Zeppola and (WF) Deep Fried Pastry Dough works for the Fried dough and mouthfeel I was looking for to sit around the Apple Cinnamon fruit blend.
(INW) Custard adds richness to the fruit blend and strengthens the dough.
Hadaly RDA 0.6 ohm SS 316L (8 wraps) 3mm diameter coil, cotton candy wick, mod set at 35-40 Watts.
Buttery crumbly pastry, a layer of jam and banana, filled with custard and topped with coconut.
I’m a huge fan of a method I call the “two birds method”, showcased here by using the VTA creamy custard to aid the custard element and also that banana note without using a banana titled concentrate.
The custard - creamy custard, premium and Devon cream make up the custard here, the creamy custard adds a basic custard taste, mouthfeel and that banana note. The FA premium adds another layer and Is brilliant at lower levels of the spectrum and the Devon cream transforms all of that into your typical tinned custard taste.
The jam - VTA raspberry jam is a killer concentrate but needs help here to prolong that raspberry taste on the tongue so good old raspberry sweet comes to the rescue, both concentrates together along with super sweet give that jammy taste.
The pie crust - the apple pie, biscuit and zeppola make up the pie crust here, there’s something in zeppola that to me adds a “crumble” mouthfeel at lower percentages, along with INW biscuit, FA zeppola also has a slight coconut note which helps the coconut out by giving it another dimension.
The coconut - fairly explanatory... the FA coconut adds a nice coconut taste while making the whole vape fresh and moist, along with the zeppola it’s a really good coconut flavour that I’m happy with.
Please rate and review if you make it 😊
I original made a version of this recipe for mixers club. Tasted great at first but after a few weeks steep I wasn't pleased with it. Dave Id10T suggested i add some FLV Apple Filling to it so that is what I did. Messed around with the percentages and gave my testers a good steep. Going on 3 months now and my tester tastes as good as it did after 7 days. Quite pleased with how this came together and in time for the fall/winter recipe time.
FLV Apple Filling: adds a great cinnamon spice note and improves the overall apple note of the mix.
FA Apple Pie: Not really any apple in this but it does add a nice bakery note.
Pur Country Apple: Brings a syrupy apple with no cinnamon or spice to the mix.
HS French Vanilla Icecream: Brings a creamy vanilla element to the mix.
My tobacco combo: Kentucky has some mild spice notes that pair well with the cinnamon in FLV Apple Filling & FLV Turkish. FLV Turkish is mostly spice and it helps keep the Kentucky from fading away in a long steep.
This a truly creamy coconut cream meringue. I took inspiration from various lemon meringue pies but I was looking for something less pungent than straight up lemon meringue. I think the whole secret to smooth pout the lemon flavor in general is FA Apple pie and FA meringue. For the coconut side FLV Sweet coconut is unbeatable but I wanted to help with the other 2 coconuts I had for different notes. To add creaminess FA Custard premium is my favourite and FW coconut cream pie give a good base. Probably all this could be done way easier and with fewer ingredients by an experienced mixer. After a few attempts I love the result. It needs a few days to settle up but after that it's creamy goodness. The % are a bit high for somebody but I feel they work for me. Sweetener is also optional but after trying both I prefer it with.
I would like to thank many mixer who I took inspiration from , expecially DazCole, but I don't remeber all the recepies I looked at, so thank you mixer community!
p.s . If you feel the lemon still pungent, add a few drops of TFA Smooth or similar.
My purpose was to create a mix,mostly focused on the bakery side of an apple pie and that's the reason i use 2 apple pie flavours,taking the best out of each(according to my taste of course).Despite the use of tpa's dx bavarian cream,this recipe is practically a snv(2-3 days for the flavours to settle).That is quite strange for me,because i usually get off notes from unsteeped dx flavours.I can only guess that this happens because of vta's flavours,but i can't really explain it.