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In my lifetime there hasn't been a confectionery product that has had a huge market hype such as this. As usual, I got on the hype train late lol. After devouring 2 blocks of this stuff I can confirm the hype is warranted. The delicious balance of white chocolate & caramel sweetness is highly addictive. I knew I had to try and simulate this in the best way I know how in an eLiquid.
After many versions I have concluded that to make an eLiquid that truly replicates the real thing would become very sickly sweet and somewhat throaty as the flavour dominates our olfactory rather than only the palette. Sure I got very very close but to achieve a pleasant all day vape is more important to me.
This is why I have called this recipe "CARAMILKed".
I have milked the base flavours from this overall profile with a lower saturation of sweetness that while it replicates the profile well, it is more like an essence of the original flavor profile that is as delicious but very smooth to vape. Make no mistake, this is delicious & balanced!
The caramel part of this recipe is a cross between a commercial sweet caramel and a caramel based on condensed milk.
This is why I used the combination of FA Caramel, FA Butterscotch & Purilum Condensed Milk here. It took some balancing though.
The White Chocolate:
The chocolate part of this recipe took some work to balance as well. Flavorah White Chocolate has notes that can't be mistaken here and works really well when smoothed with VTA Vanilla Buttercream Frosting.
The Flavorah Frosting is a real hero here. It brings an edge of sweetness, body of texture, as well as a vanilla that compliments the caramel beautifully.
The cap super sweet is used a little high here at 1% but it's worth it to truly get that balance of sweetness right.
Off the shake this is sweet, delicious and definitely reminiscent of the real thing. After 5 days steep its even smoother and better.
As the flavours linger after several puffs, I warn you, you will crave for more!
In summary this recipe has milked the essence of the original to provide the smoothest, delectable and delightful experience as an all day vape in an eLiquid.
I enjoy this at 55W on a Single 0.25 ohm SST coil on a Recurve RDA.
I hope you enjoy this just as much as I enjoyed creating this recipe, but let me know what you thought in the comments below.
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Back to the basic RY4 profile we all loved at a time.
Ry4 Double, Caramel original and Graham Cracker Clear make a sweet dark caramel, vanilla, graham falvour.
Fa Butterscotch makes everything deeper, creamier and blends a bit better the nutty part with the caramel and graham notes.
And finally AP adds nutty qualities as well as more texture to the graham note.
Super sweet is optional but really adds to the caramel/nutty vibe.
So I’ve been working on recipes utilising MVP Calipitter chow for a few weeks now. This is a great concentrate even using as a single flavour from (10% - 12%) It’s nutty,fluffy,sweet,vanilla goodness and can be used in many applications. My initial thought was “tobacco” but not your heavy,wet,ashy kind, I New this was crying out for a solid RY4 and that’s where DFS holy grail comes in.The original V1 Holy grail is sublime in every sense and I’m one of the lucky ones to still have a decent amount on hand,it truly was the best on the market and the likes of @fear have shown this in some fantastic ways. Unfortunately I haven’t tried this with the V2 yet but you can most definitely use it! I would maybe consider reducing the FA Vanilla classic down to 0.50%.If you don’t have either V1 or V2 there are 3 other options...”TPA RY4 double” - “JF RY4 double” or my personal favourite of the 3 “FA SoHo” Soho isn’t a RY4 but it definitely works in this application! I Also wanted to add some more darkness to the recipe in the form of sweetness and caramelisation and to me,FA butterscotch is king for this however you could sub this for FLV butterscotch or FLV caramel if you don’t have FA on hand! You can also sub FA butterscotch for FLV smoked butterscotch to give the recipe a new approach,I personally really enjoyed it with this @1%... Now back to Calipitter chow...it’s a great flavouring like I said but has 1 slight downfall,when pushed to higher realms it can become slightly throaty for myself so I wanted to implement a vanilla that I new could hold up to the RY4 and the inherent nuttiness provided from Chow so for me,my obvious choice was one of my personal favourite vanillas that being FA vanilla classic. This is a truly delicious vanilla with great depth and longevity and really does finish this recipe off in a subtle yet apparent and smoothing way. Really though,you can play around with your own version of this and use whatever you like as long as its going to hold up.My recommendations for other vanilla’s Would be “INW Shisha vanilla” - “DFS Holy Vanilla v1 or v2” all @ the same percentage (1%). I’m a sucker for all things sweet so I added 0.40% cap super sweet and I found this to be the real sweet spot for my taste buds however this is great without!! It’s entirely down to the mixers preference. So.....sit back like a true vape connoisseur and enjoy this delicious,simple recipe and please be so kind to leave me a review and rating so that other mixers can decide whether they would like to mix it up. Happy mixing guys and stay hazy. 😎💙 *** If you want this more “CHOW” forward simply switch the percentages with “HOLY GRAIL”, IMHO both ways are very satisfying and full of flavour I personally like the slight tobacco Notes breaching through @4% as stated.***
A delicious baked banana sprinkled with a touch of cinnamon, covered in light rum and served HOT.
This is really good - check it out with coffee
This recipe is long due to support Kindground who really loves a blueberry muffin. Mixed on SaturDIY'ing with Fresh03 & Friends with a Michigan theme to protest the flavor ban initiative. I like this one, the bakery is well rounded and rich with the buttery syrup complementing the cornbread and the muffin, and the sweet, hot and blistered blueberry gorging this treat. It vapes really well at high wattages and the SolubArôme elderberry is just the right twist.
FLV Blueberry Muffin/OOO Corn Bread/FLV Cream = The soft, moist, well-baked muffin. No bakery ever suffered from 1% of FLV Cream. Do you like a lush, fresh baked good? Add some crème fraîche in it.
FW Blueberry/WF Boysenberry/SA Baie de Sureau = A good, blue, hot and baked blueberry. The elderberry really gives it personality and that sensation of a baked dark berry with a little twist on the exhale, I like it a lot.
VT Golden Syrup/FA Mapple Syrup/FA Butterscotch = I like this combo, I just change the percentages according to the flavor profile I want in my syrup. Here I wanted the buttery brown baked sweetness of golden syrup to help the cornbread, just a little brightened by that maple that compliments blueberries so well.
This is a gooey, lavish, warm and syrupy cornbread muffin that you'd love to eat and will like vaping.
Enjoy, be queer & vape on!
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I just grabbed a handful of flavors that I've observed from all the recipes that have worked well together, mixed em up and forgot about it for a while. When I went back to see how bad it was, I was pleasantly suprised at how good it was. It's a nice bold but blended butterscotch. It's not artificially bright at all, as it leans towards the dark side of the spectrum. Just enough natural sweetness at the end to keep ya drippin'. I didn't add any sweetener but to each his own. The longer she steeps the better but I liked it off the shake.
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