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Wanted a different take on a dessert as well as a custard. I put a good amount of boysenberry in it so it can really come thru. The custard for that eggy component and the cheesecake for a little bit of cream cheese to amp up the custard and the butter for a little bit of richness and saltiness. Supersweet at 1% to draw out the berry on top of the custard so you get hit with berry up front and the custard on the back end. Made for tanks and rdas. Up the flavor percentage to 20 if you want a pod. Tested on a profile and couldn’t be more happy with it off a shake. As time goes on that eggy flavor will really start to come out.
I was a little disappointed in the flavor I got from WF Butter Pecan Pie, and I, like ID10-T, knew something must be done to fix it. While keeping the original mix, I strongly felt that it still wasn't finished, even though it started out as a 1-2-3 recipe. It's too good to limit to just these three flavors. After trying the original, it just wasn't satisfying to me and felt it needed to be sweeter to properly tickle my palette. There was simply not enough caramel in this, so I'm working on fixing it and making it something special.
I added FW Caramel Candy after trying the original and was immediately impressed with the results. But I think I can do even better. The missing sweetness is now mostly present. I'm going to focus on complimentary sweeteners, and next is FW Caramel (salted) and TPA Brown Sugar. This should brighten things up a little.
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.
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This recipe is inspired from one of the Stars here on ATF: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/97838#yellow_matter_custard_dripping_from_a_dead_dog_s_eye_by_wadeyloops
But its so differently, to be a independent recipe creation, with his own unmistakable character!
A delish, cheesy Custard with lots of vanilla and a autentic, fresh Hazelnut as counterpart, whitch makes the vanilla not boring.
The Hazelnut causes, that the vanilla get not lost after a few puffs or your taste get used for it.
In the inspiring recipe, the "Creme Cheese Icing" was playing this part.
At the Inhale, you taste first the creamy Hazelnut, whitch prepares your taste, for the wonderful Vanilla, whitch will linger on your tongue, after the exhale.
The yellow cake gives the custard more depth and supprts the crust of the Cheesecake.
The crust gets stronger if you steep clear longer than the 14 days, which are recommended.
If you make a bigger batch or longer steep, and you dont like a stronger Crust, lower the Yellow Cake, to 1.5% or 1%.
You can sub the Holy Vanilla with INW Shisha Vanilla if you prefer that taste. But then use a little more. 2% will work well.
You can also sub the FW Yellow Cake, for JF Yellow Cake at same percentage. It makes the cake part a little thinner, but its still nice if you use 0.5% more.
You can also sub the CAP NY Cheesecake, for INW Cheesecake, but use only 1.5%, because its stronger.
All other flavours are essential. If you sub them, the mix is maybe also good, but goes too far from the original taste of this recipe
I need some time, and try a lot of variations, to get the recipe to this point.
To make it more cheesy and a little more creamy, in Harmonie with the Vanilla and the Nut.
All variations i have testet in Squape E, FeV VS and Dvarw MTL.
At a resistance around 1 Ohm, MTL, with stainless steel wire at 20 Watts
But iam sure, the type of the wire, will not play a important role.
Sweeten how you wish.
Iam not really a friend of sweetener, but a small amount, like the recipe says, is necessary in my opinion.
The concentrates give not enough of it, for this case.
All this text, is only to help you, to optimizing the Liquid for your taste. But you have not really take care of it.
Mix the recipe, with the listed flavours at their associated percetages, and you get a creamy, really delish Juice, if you like Dessert-Profiles!
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If you like a other good Custard-Vape,, try: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/115400#yellow_extasy_by_zugmaschine
Or if you like a very good Ice Crean-Vape, try: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/62201#holy_vanilla_ice_cream_by_zugmaschine
What's poppin' family. I'm going to keep this one short and sweet so we can get back to mixin'. This is hands down my favorite Vanilla Custard I've been vaping as of late, and if you know me, I mix my fair share of custards. This one is simple, uses fairly common and accessable ingredients (maybe not VT Vanilla Buttercream Frosting and FA Custard Premium, but if you don't have them you should), and packs a whole lot of flavor. I've approached this recipe as kind of a throwback, or an updated version of classic combinations. FA Custard Premium instead of CAP Vanilla Custard V1, INW Yes, We Cheesecake instead of TFA Cheesecake (Graham Crust)...you get the picture. It's about upgrades. At the end of the day it's super smooth and the thick vanilla cream takes center stage. Anyway, let's get to the recipe.
10% total, 2 week steep, and I add CAP Super Sweet because I want to. Add sweetener of your choice if that's your thing.
Custard base boys, and this one slaps. FA Custard Premium and INW Custard deliver a symphony of flavor, harmonious like Jordan and Pippen. These two were built for each other and brilliantly lay the groundwork for a dense, buttery and eggy cream. The decadent vanilla starts to develop in this layer, which we will bolster with a few other choice concentrates. It's quite the canvas to work with.
VT Vanilla Buttercream Frosting is without a doubt a serious banger. The bright vanilla is complex and rich in this frosting offering, and it plays wonderfully into our already developed base. Butter, creaminess, vanilla and sweetness. This one is a keeper, pick it up if you don't have it.
FA Vienna Cream the mf'in OG. A classic concentrate when you want your cream silky smooth. It brings more vanilla and a velvety creaminess to our recipe that really helps our custard sing. I constantly find myself turning to this concentrate when I'm making cream recipes because it's so delicious. Downside? It brings the recipe to a two week steep. Worth it.
FLV Milk & Honey can be tricky. For this recipe it adds depth, and brings our bright, in your face vanillas into balance. Lingering dark sweetness galavants throughout the vape that is a welcome addition and adds intrigue. It's a great flavor if you want to add a little mystery and sophistaction to your recipes.
INW Yes, We Cheesecake brethren. Graham cracker and cookie notes. Graininess. Creaminess and body. This is a one stop shop of deliciousness and I'm hoping that most of you mixers have had the opportunity to play with this workhorse. Bakeries almost always work well in custards to solidify an awesome creamy body, and it shines here.
And that's that. My newest Custard in 2020. It's simple enough, and packs a ton of flavor. I hope you all enjoy. Cheers.