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I used the base of a mixer named brian AKA Voodoo over on ELR he has the BEST CBO Clone out there . I’m also using folkart’s oreo cookie base from his Real cookie and cream recipe but i bumped the chocolate clear up a little bit and added in MB cookie bite so the creams don’t over power the chocolate so shout out to those too mixers here are the links too both recipes https://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/3525651 https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/62176#the_real_cookies_and_cream_by_folkart
This recipe started as an evolution but really it's a revolution in mixing.
What other recipe in DIY can you sub almost everything with another and it's still good?
What began as a remix to "Oreo's in custard" has evolved into something even more special.
This is a mouth full of all day vape off the shake but best in a week.
I have subbed nearly every ingredient in this recipe and each time it's been a success. If you have only got VTA Vanilla buttercream frosting, that works. Inawera custard rather than TFA VII works well.
No sugar cookie? use JF Cookie. Haven't got one ingredient leave it out or throw in 3%5% of FW Butterscotch Ripple.
Try subbing the cookie for a Molinberry version, it won't hurt it.
Add some fruit like bananas, berries ect and it will hold up nicely.
Make it even fatter in mouthfeel by adding some FLV Vanilla Marshmallow? Maybe even sub in some cheesecake? Regardless it will hold up beautifully!
In over 4 years of mixing I haven't seen a recipe that is as constantly versatile and delicious as this is to work off.
Have fun with it & enjoy the evolution!
Butterscotch ice cream and cookie
So this is one of those constantly evolving mixes with Butterscotch Ripple being the only original surviving concentrate. I chose to release it now because while I may still play around with percentages I feel the heart of the mix is where I want it to be.
Originally I was going for a simple butterscotch ice cream. TFA Vanilla Bean Ice Cream and FW Butterscotch Ripple got me that but there was alot of room to improve. After a myriad of different creams I settled on LB Vanilla Ice Cream and FA Fresh Cream (panna fresca) as they brought some great flavor on their own and complimented each other as well as the Butterscotch Ripple nicely. LB Vanilla Ice Cream at 4.5% does all the heavy lifting as a base layer while FA Fresh Cream fills in some gaps with extra butter and cream notes.
Feeling like this needed some bakery support I tried CAP Sugar Cookie as well as INW Biscuit which were fine but in the end FA Cookie just worked better. At 1.25% it definitely has a presence but does not overtake or dry the mix.
Finished product is a super smooth cream/bakery vape with massive flavor.
Sweet to taste, can be vaped off the shake for a super creamy butterscotch ice cream flavor, or give it a couple days steep for that bakery to develop. I mix this more frequently in smaller batches as I like this mix fresh, after a month or so the profile is still there but loses a bit of vibrancy.
FA Cookie is a wonderful base for a shortbread cookie. It's got a little bit of sugary sweetness but it doesn't mask the other notes and it's not creamy at all.
INW Biscuit is a perfect addition to what we're trying to do here. A simple a delightfully crunchy note for an authentic butter cookie.
We're getting our butter from WF Cookie Butter SC. It's just a nice warm butter goes a long way in this recipe adding to the mouth feel and texture of this recipe.
Sweeten to taste. I use FW Sweetener at 0.5% in here.
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Had to keep this light because some of these ingredients seem to kill off coils a little quick.
Rf and flv cookies and cream make the base up for the oreos, i feel both flavours could be pushed a little further but then comes the coil killing.
Glamour chocolate is very good an simple to apply to recipies compared to other chocolates i find and back up by flv chocolate it covers the ground it needs to in the mix - saline reduces the cocoa powderness from these in the mix.
Using this cream combo on top is almost like adding a chantilly cream in the middle of the oreo.