By: One On One (OOO)
Flavor Profile: bakery
Used in 135 recipes at an average of 3.384%.
After a week of developing and roughly 30 different versions, I am confident this is a solid remix of Country Clouds Corn Bread Puddin’. There was a profile that was missing in every possible combination in previous versions. At first I went the popular TPA Kettle corn route to recreate the corn bread and wasn’t quite there. It was adding to much of a sweet dry popcorn note to the mix and not really giving that corn bread texture in the commercial version. I tried Flv popcorn, LA buttered popcorn, Tfa movie theater, Fw buttered popcorn the list goes on... even FA corn lol which pretty much canned corn. So I figured I needed to pretty much build the corn bread profile from the ground up and try to keep it simple and not complex from a commercial e-liquid stand point, thinking what would they use. Now this is where the tricky part comes into play “that underlying missing profile. Of course Acetyl Pyrazine is there but how much? Starting at .50% and combined with FA Break Fast Cereals seemed to work well in the first few mix’s but still was falling short. So doing some research on a specific compound Cyclotene I felt this was key. Cyclotene is found in a lot of concentrates we use but in low amounts but loaded with other compounds causing me to push a flavor to extremes and cause muddled off notes or muting. This is where Tpa Maple syrup comes in. It’s loaded with Cyclotene. This is what ties in the corn bread base. Now that’s out of the way, back to the cornbread. These are the failed attempts of the bread imo. FA breakfast cereal, Cap Cereal 27, Tpa Crunchy cereal. These were paired with some type of corn flavor and various creams or even pushing AP to its limits. So back to research still missing that profile. I needed a more buttery slight cream AP texture. This is where Tpa Cheesecake Graham comes in. I know right?!? But It has everything I need in texture, slight butter, sweetness, AP, a little cream and guess what else?? Cyclotene. So the Ap, CCGC and maple syrup/Ooo cornbread make up the cornbread. The Ooo corn bread gives it even more texture corn sweetness. Now the keeping it simple. I don’t get much pudding in the original just more of a heavy vanilla cream. Tpa Vanilla custard. This flavor is also key that pulls everything together to give the vape more body and nice vanilla accent to replicate the so called “pudding”. Don’t forget the sweetener!! Yes 1 percent to keep it authentic to the commercial version. Also keep in mind the AP is pushed to .75% I wouldn’t go over this!! it just takes over and mutes. You get plenty more from the CCGC. Off the scale you will taste the custard pushing through a little on the ass end of the vape. Giving it 24 hours it will homogenize and won’t be as noticeable. There is a lot more notes on other profiles in this but I tried to keep as condensed as possible. Enjoy this one.
My version of Southern Cuisine combined at its finest. Corn Bread and Butter Pecan's, combine together to make the best of Southern Cuisine, Posh Pudding.
This is using Fresh03 custard base and One on One Cornbread with Cap 27 to help with the texture. One on One Butter Pecan is used, it has a very authentic pecan taste. To add to the taste, I use FW Salted Caramel and Butterscotch.
Butterscotch Banana Bread with a twist.
FW Butterscotch for candyish butterscotch sweetness. FW Banana Purée & FA Banana is a great banana combo that mixes well with the butterscotch. OOO Cornbread for that bread/cake flavor. The slight corn note layers nice beside the banana. TPA Acetyl Pyrazine gives it that grittyness and pushes the corn flavor a bit. WF Walnut for a sweet buttery walnut accent that sits in the background. FA Meringue for more sweetness and more mouthfeel. PUR Super Sweet at 0.50% is where I like it, but I like it sweet. Any sweetener may be subbed for PUR. As a lot of my recipes the sweetener may be added at a lower percentage or omitted and it will still be tasty. I understand not everyone has a sweet tooth the size of Texas as I do. It could go off the shake, but I find it a bit harsh and the layers form better the longer it steeps. After a week it is good and after two it is 👍👍
Corn Bread (OOO) / Pear (FW) / Pudding Base (VT) / Walnut SC (WF) / Sugar at will
Awesomely delicious! It's so good that I have to share it with others. I've made this one on top of another great recipe of mine - Brown Pears ( http://tjek.nu/r/jNmK ) but Duess is far more delicate.
Why that much sweetener? I like it sweet. You can add as much as you want, it's not chiseled in stone...
I wanted to try a different approach with this recipe. I tried all the cornbread recipes I could find, and most of them are really good, but they all just remind me of a standard cream or custard vape with different corn highlights. What I really wanted was something more focused on the cornbread experience. It had to be moist and rich on the inside, slightly crumbly, with a lightly crispy crust and just a touch of sweetness to balance everything out. I borrowed elements from Jennifer Jarvis and fresh03's cornbread recipes for the framework, added Taro for more body, boosted the butter and AP to enhance the main profile, then tweaked everything until the smell and taste were just right.
Overall, I am extremely happy with this recipe. It has that craveable factor that makes you want to hit it over and over again. I found myself going through 20ml and 30ml bottles like they were samples.
I hope you enjoy my Buttered Cornbread recipe. Feel free to post any feedback you have, and if any tweaks make it better for you, please let me know.
NOTE This recipe HAS to steep for at least a week. Otherwise, the only thing you taste is Buttered Zeppola. Everything really comes together after 2-3 weeks when the Zeppola tones down and the corn starts shining through.
The term clone, invented by J. B. S. Haldane, is derived from the Ancient Greek word κλών klōn, "twig", referring to the process whereby a new plant can be created from a twig.
This is as close as I wish to get to Country Clouds Corn Bread. It is more corn than corn bread.
OOO Corn Bread, TPA Kettle corn and Cereal27 keep it kettle corn with a hint of buttered corn in the centre
OOO Corn bread and Devon Cream create the pudding/cream body
Supersweet @ .5% is sweet enough for me
Dropping this in lieu of cornbread approaching hype/passé status . . . I've been working on this since September and feel it is where it needs to be. This is buttery cornbread custard. The AP and Cereal 27 mixed with OOO Corn Bread really pushes this toward the authentic cornbread. It helps with the fluffy grain aspect that is the hallmark of the cornbread that has become the staple of the Southern table. The CAP Cake Batter helps to pull this in the sweet cornbread direction. The Custard/Creme Brulee/Devon Cream combination creates the thick rich custard that is enhanced by the crumb and crust of the cornbread. Butterscotch Ripple/Butterscotch brings the custard and cornbread to the butterscotch-y, caramel-y level that I was going for.
Give this at least a week to steep, and it blossoms into a sweet, buttery, cornbread custard. I annihilated 30mL of this and am waiting on the next batch to steep.
As always, I mixed this at 60vg/40pg and, then, let it age for a week. This is what I was looking for in a cornbread vape.
Edit: So, in coming back to read this with sober eyes . . . I realize that the use of "in lieu of" is used incorrectly (sigh . . . celebrating a snow day and typing do not mix). I'm not changing it as a lesson to myself. I guess I was thinking "for fear that," but it came out all wrong. Must remember to self-edit before hitting save.
***FA Custard is FA Premium Custard
Updated- added 1% more Corn Bread, and added 1% Premium Custard for some texture/thicker vape. Creamy Cornbread Pudding. Inspired by Country Clouds Cornbread Pudding. I’ve over thought this recipe many times. I kept it as simple as possible and stuck to the profile with this. Definitely not a clone but it is darn tasty.