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(INW) Creme Brulee (yc)


By: Inawera (INW)
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Used in 1313 recipes at an average of 1.527%.

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102 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


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A rich and delectable mix of ripe bananas and creamy cheesecake with a bunch of various notes thrown in.

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An intensely creamy creme brûlée cheesecake - decadently rich & luscious.

Based on my custard stone and Tootall’s 3-2-1 Creme Brulee and follow up Yummy Classic, I present my interpretation of the doubly-delicious Yummy Classic on steroids, and then some!!

The moment I picked up INW Yes, We Cheesecake I knew that they created a winner. This is an immensely creamy, fresh out the oven, European style baked cheesecake which, I am certain, will be the new gold standard for Cheesecake flavours. Period.
This is a Philadelphia style cream cheese set atop a delishious, delicate graham style base, perfectly balanced.

The 3-2-1 Creme Brulee needs no introduction and combined with the Cheesecake, results in next level oral pleasure...

You can absolutely not substitute anything in this recipe with the exception of the Shisha Vanilla with your favorite vanilla.

This baby shines after 5 or 6 days, thanks to the wizardry at Inawera...

Blondie A La Mode
 
Brief Description:
I haven't gotten to have this steeped yet. Off of shake and vape, its this thick maple and fudge covered pastry with light notes of vanilla ice cream. As it steeps, the ice cream should become richer. The white fudge is being used with the yellow cake to act as the blondie. The banana nut bread is backing that up with some spices and also adding that hint of a nut since I don't own any walnut flavors, this was what I had to work with. It actually does a decent job of it. The creme brulee and maple bar are being used as the sauce drizzled on top. I am really looking forward to seeing how this mix steeps. I would give it at least a 2 week steep for the creams to shine.

Blondie A La Mode
 
Brief Description:
I haven't gotten to have this steeped yet. Off of shake and vape, its this thick maple and fudge covered pastry with light notes of vanilla ice cream. As it steeps, the ice cream should become richer. The white fudge is being used with the yellow cake to act as the blondie. The banana nut bread is backing that up with some spices and also adding that hint of a nut since I don't own any walnut flavors, this was what I had to work with. It actually does a decent job of it. The creme brulee and maple bar are being used as the sauce drizzled on top. I am really looking forward to seeing how this mix steeps. I would give it at least a 2 week steep for the creams to shine.

Creamy/Sweet/Fried Apple Pie with a Jammy Apple Filling.

🍏🍎Perfectly Balanced!🍎🍏

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A light creme brulee on a buttery digestive biscuit base.

I wanted to go for a creme brulee with my own twist so hope you like this offering. It's great as an ADV as it's not too rich yet still satisfying if you like custards with a biscuit bite.

2.25% INW Creme Brulee and 1% INW Custard make up the brulee layer. INW Creme Brulee is a light semi-custard with promising hints of caramel but lacks body. INW Custard was used to boost things but kept low at 1% as it's too buttery and eggy higher up so clashes with the buttery biscuit base. Finally, to top off the brulee layer, 1% FA Caramel adds a hint of that burnt, gritty, brown sugar glaze.

To add a light unobtrusive biscuit base, I went with an old-school formula, 1% FA Cookie and 0.50% INW Biscuit. Wanted to avoid CAP Sugar Cookie as I'm sugar-cookied out of it at the moment and also rely on it too much. Normally, FA Cookie or INW Biscuit wouldn't be my thing as individual flavours, but they work well together when you want a hint of buttery biscuit in your mixes.

As it stands, the biscuit base is semi-biscuity but still mediocre. It needs a kick so add 0.25% FA Breakfast Cereals and it tastes like a light nutty digestive biscuit. It's an extremely versatile flavour so well worth having in your mixing arsenal.

Overall, the biscuit layer is light and sits in the background but manages to add butteriness and texture to the brulee without making it too rich.

Finally, since it's a dessert and should be sweet, 0.35% FLV Sweetness.

This is lovely the next day but best after 3 days minimum; that's if you can hold out that long.

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Definitely a Yummy Classic!! Here is my 3,2,1 creme brulee recipe with a little twist. I stuck with all inawera flavors still. This is for those people that have been saving there inawera waffle. I too have been pointlessly holding on to my last 20 ml of inawera waffle when i decided what is the point of having something so delicious and not using it because i am afraid of running out?? And then i decided it was stupid and i started making recipes using inawera waffle again here is one of those creations. If you got into mixing after inawera waffle was already off the market or just dont own it dont worry just boost the coconut cookies to 1.5% and call it good. Well dont just call it good it is good lol. What you end up with is a creamy coconut creme brulee with a buttery feel and a toasted feel from the waffle. All that changes without the waffle is those toasted bakery notes are not there and its more of a creamy buttery coconut creme brulee. Which ever way you make it its delicious in my opinion. This is one of the times that this version of my 3,2,1 creme brulee is actually better than the original 3,2,1 creme brulee. I am finding my 3,2,1 creme brulee recipe to be more of a creme brulee base because no matter what i throw at it for a top note it just seems to work. So be expecting more delicious creme brulee recipes to come using my 3,2,1 creme brulee as a base and i challenge you to use it to create one of your own. Its the strap on of creme brulee's just strap on a top note of your choosing and run with it. We can always use more great creme brulee recipes lol. Creamy buttery coconut goodness what more do you want?? Me i want to be able to purchase more inawera waffle but we cant so i guess i will enjoy the remaining 19ml i have and when its gone its truly gone forever but hey at least i get the chance to enjoy it. If i just sit on it and dont use it i run the risk of it going bad and or fading or changing this way i am at least using it while its still delicious.

Sweeten to taste with your preferred sweetener at your preferred percentage.

Brulee My Bread Pudding
 
Brief Description:
Dripping or in a tank, it's definitely a creme brulee bread pudding. It's a warm caramelized doughy pastry covered in a sweet custard sauce. This is an excellent vape with a cup of coffee in the morning or after dinner as a dessert. On inhale you get more of a creamy doughy flavor. On the exhale you taste the caramelized sugars and spices.
 
Cinnamon Bun (DF) 1% / Sweet Dough (FLV) .5%:
The cinnamon bun and sweet dough make up the bread pudding portion of this recipe. Sweet dough is a light doughy flavor. It makes up the backbone of the bread pudding. The Cinnamon bun portion adds the spices and stickiness you would expect from a bread pudding.
 
Creme Brulee (INW) 1%:
This is an excellent brulee flavor. It's slightly eggy, thick, and has a sweet caramelization to it.
 
Vanilla Cream (DF) 2% / Toasted Marshmallow (TPA) 0.75%:
The vanilla cream and toasted marshmallow help to combine the bread pudding and creme brulee. Since the bread pudding tends to overpower the caramelized sugar a bit in the brulee, the toasted marshmallow is being used to back it up a bit. The vanilla cream is more like an ice cream flavor. Its a custard which helps boost that element in the creme brulee. I recommend steeping that flavor at least a week for it to really shine.
 

I tried this at shake and vape and immediately loved it. I have noticed a lot of improvement as it steeps. The vanilla cream is starting to add a nice hint of vanilla and brings balance to the overall mix.

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I made this recipe at the request of a friend and after a few iterations, I'm finally happy with it. I used Banana Nut Bread by TFA as a jumping off point. It's a great flavor that has a delicious banana note (albeit light), with a nice nut and bready bakery texture. This is the foundation for our recipe.

AP is here to boost those bready and nutty notes, and after a nice steep it works very nicely. I know it seems a touch high, but trust me on this one. It's one of the first times I've used it this high, but after folkart used it in his Boss Reserve Clone to great effect, I had faith it would work here. It did.

TFA Banana Cream is here to help out that light banana note, we only need a little( it also lends creaminess to our pudding).
When I think of Banana Nut Bread I need some cinnamon in there, so CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl does wonders adding that note, and solidifying that bread that our recipe calls for.

Brown sugar is needed in the mix as well, but I decided to skip the TFA Brown Sugar - we use INW Creme Brulee to thicken up that pudding base and to add that brown sugar caramelization. FLV Vanilla Pudding is a great creamy base that is very accurate to it's name, and really puts this recipe right where it needs to be. It brings some thickness and vanilla, and in combination with the Banana Cream and Creme Brulee it makes a nice pudding to drop our banana bread into. All these flavors play together well and it makes for a very tasty vape!

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I wanted to change my old recipe because it was similar to another recipe here in atf so I decided to work a little bit more and make it even better.

the old one was:

INW Creme Brulee 1.5%
INW Custard 2%
TPA Pear 1.5%
FA Pear 2%

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