Used in 259 recipes at an average of 1.783%.
Tres Leches, meaning 3 milks, is a soft white cake infused with whole milk, condensed milk, and topped with a whipped cream frosting. This is a recipe where MaxSavage and Folkart had never had the real thing, so Nachef was our guide into this wonderful dessert. The FA Milk at 2.5% off the shake is a bit forward as a top note, but let it steep for a few days and it begins to blend well with the mix. Full recipe notes at https://youtu.be/sW1fA-An8ws .
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You’ve probably noticed I’ve been dropping recipes lately like a rave head drops E’s!!! Truth is I’ve got a lot of time on my hands lately and my creative juices have been in full flow...
there’s a few offerings of Dulce De Leche concentrates on the market and tbh they ain’t the best imo. Jungle Flavours is my personal favourite so using this as the starting block felt right. The rest of the recipe consists of a bunch of my (go to) caramels and butterscotch to really crank that bitch up and turn this recipe into a “Dulce De Leche” on steroids and boy oh boy does this one deliver!! This ones a full on tastebud explosion so be warned! 😁 as usual, if you enjoy my work please be so kind to leave a short review and rating for other mixers to see. Happy mixing guys and gals. 💙
A caramel apple pie pipe tobacco. Has a nice kick to it. The kind of tobacco recipe that is well suited for sitting on porch in late September to unwind from the day.
Full notes here
Made for the Saturday Fresh 03 show - simple tasty mixes
Off the shake this has a thick creamy milky caramel (from dulce de leche) note on the inhale that transitions to a full creamy vanilla cheesecake with a light toasted coconut note on the exhale. Nice off the shake better at 3 - 5 day s
I prefer JF dulce de leche to TPA is just a fuller creamier profile but TPA can be also be used at the same %
If you do not want a predominant coconut note you can sub TPA cheesecake (graham cracker) for the PUR toasted coconut cheese cake as TPA cheese cake has a light coconut note to it as well.
if you do not have OOO vanilla custard cheesecake you can sub INW yes we can cheesecake they both have a very creamy body with a light vanilla note to it.
This will need a 3 - 5 day steep for the cheesecake to really come forward .
My attempt at a corn bread pudding type recipe. I wasn't going for a clone but something that gave that sweet corn and cream taste. 3% of OOO Corn Bread used for obvious reasons, it has a sweet wet corn bread smell to it. I couldn't find any AP to support the corn note so I went with 2% CAP Cereal 27 which worked out well with its sweet and flakey type taste/texture. I know the OG Corn Bread Pudding lists a maple note, again not a flavor I had so I improvised with JF Dulce De Leche which has a carmelized sugar not to it I felt would work well. LB Vanilla Ice Cream is just great but its use here is to add buttery creaminess and the vanilla note. To boost the creaminess and thick texture I went with INW Yes, We Cheesecake and INW Custard. This is great right off the shake but a few days of steeping will help out the creams.
Sagamore REMIX... again.
Sagamore by Adirondack vapors (along with their delicious chai flavored McKinley or Saratoga, their rendition on the tried and true strawberries and cream) was the stuff that got me off of smokes when I got my first vape. Since I've gotten into DIY, I've been cloning and remixing these 3 often. Sagamore is simply a RY4 with a bit of cupcake, creams, cinnamon, maybe graham cracker. In this remix, I forego the cracker, the extra creams, and the obvious choices like TFA RY4 Double, CAP CDS, or CAP Vanilla Cupcake. Instead, I went in a different direction but aimed to keep it simple. Think I struck gold. A thick, smooth caramel, touch of tobacco that cuts through all the heft, a nice cakey base to build it all upon, with a hint of that good ol' cinnamon tickle.
This one's solid, cost effective, and easily an ADV or big-batch worthy. Give it a go :)
My first original recipe! I was inspired by the Mixin Vixens challenge, but I am not fond of sweets, so this is a more savory take on an ice cream sundae, so, you may want to add sweetener. I was shooting for a nut ice cream, topped with caramel, unsweetened whipped cream, and candied pecans. It is dense and creamy.
I chose LB Vanilla Ice Cream as the base as it has received great reviews, and added TFA Pralines and Cream and Butter Pecan to add the nut flavor. The FE Oak Milk adds a little depth to the flavor, and brings in that savory note. I love cardamon with dairy, so I added FA Cardamom for spice.
The Dulce De Leche adds a little more cream and backs up the Caramel.
The Whipped Cream because, what would this sundae be without whipped cream?
Tested on ss316 0.5 ohm 40 watts. It needs at least a two week steep, but is best with a one month steep.
I wanted something semi simple to vape while playing Red Dead Redemption 2. Since Im not a real cowboy I wanted something sweet with definitive tobacco note (JF RY4 DOUBLe) building on the sweet side of the profile, I decided to use sweets that would compliment Ry4. so dulce de leche and a hint of FA vanilla were my choice, instead of a cream I chose Vanilla Pudding because i like the mouthfeel and flavor it provides after a few days steep.
I made a nicsalt version of this so that I could get a nice nic buzz from my Sourin Drop as I bring justice to the Digital wild west! Hope y'all like it.