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I used to really enjoy FW Butterscotch Ripple at 10% Standalone, it was a decent vape however it was a little 'flat' so I decided to come up with a mix that would add some depth and boost those butterscotch notes.
Tested on a Asmodus C4 at 0.3ohms 50w, Profile 1.5 RDA at 0.13 70w, Kensei RTA 0.13 braided at 70w and a Profile Unity RTA 0.16 55w
I really enjoy this off a shake, however the longer this is left the more the Custard comes through, 30 days steep will give you that pleasant rich and thick pudding background with the butterscotch and cheesecake well blended in
The backbone of this recipe is FW Butterscotch ripple at 8% this gives a pleasant butterscotch with a creamy background, to this FLV Butterscotch at 2% adds depth to the butterscotch while also making it more prominant, added at 1% it was still a little too light, 1.5% was a bit better but 2% was perfect and really boosts those buttery butterscotch notes as well as making the FW Butterscotch a little darker.
CAP NY Cheesecake at 2.5% adds depth and thickness to the cream that the FW brings to the table and makes this rich and smooth and pushes this towards a thick pudding dessert
FA Custard Premium added at 4% gives this a strong Vanilla egg custard that further enhances the butter in the butterscotch and adds a lot of depth and makes this more of a rich butterscotch pudding this is the absolute highest I would use the Custard Premium and only against concentrates that could take it without being overpowered.
A simple Boston cream donut. Pretty straight forward. Glazed donut for the donut with Joy to add a fried note. Custard Premium for the center and the combination of double chocolate clear and buttercream frosting for the frosting on top. I love buttercream frosting as a base that you can add different flavors to create different frostings.
A custardy RY4 to celebrate the end of upper 90 degree temps here in Tennessee. I flipped the percentages on the Hangsen Caramel Toffee and WF Caramel Popcorn and Peanuts from Alfred Pudding's 1 2 3 Cracker Jack . . . cranked the WF Vanilla Ruyan Custard all the way up and mixed in a little OOO Burnt Sugar with FA Custard Premium, to bring the smoky vanilla up to play nice with the heavy caramel note. A touch of FLV Sweet & Smokey with woody TFA Red Oak to help the tobacco play the back to the caramel/vanilla front.
This is a simple and traditional vanilla flan that's creamy, sweet and has a delicate gelatinous flan texture. You get delicious vanilla notes with a very light hint of caramel. Enjoy this after a meal or all day. It's perfect for a relaxing lazy Sunday.
The body of the recipe is comprised of custard premium FA, vanilla pudding FLV which not only helps with the body, but also gives it the flan texture. Flan WF rounds out the recipe and adds a hint of light caramel. All delicious flans use condensed milk and what better condensed milk to use than PUR.
For the sweetener, I like sucralose FW for bakery type recipes. Adjust sweetener to your liking. At 0.75%, it's not overly sweet.
This is good right off the shake but after 3-5 days, it really comes together. I use this primarily in the Jenna, Recurve, and Reload S rda. Quad core fused clapton N80 (0.2 ohm range). 45 to 70 watts but you can push it higher.
VG/PG ratio: 70/30
Batman's (FOWTB) recent delicious e-liquid line release, was the inspiration for this recipe.
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