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I've been working on this recipe on and off for about 5 or 6 months and after the WF Challenge this is first my official recipe. Started down this journey after trying a salted caramel macchiato commercial brand that was so damn awful it sent me on a search. After trying a lot of other mixers recipes which I thought were to dark for my palate I started on this mix. Special shout out to Duckie and Folkart who tried to explain to me about muting, EM and to leave out the kitchen sink but this is the best version that I came up with. I like my coffee light, creamy, sweet and love the white chocolate in this. If you want to bump up the sweetness I will sometimes put .25% of Super Sweet I totally understand if you don't I'm strange I guess.
Pur Caramel Coffee with Sweet Milk still being sold at Nomz
Beginning Mixer Creed: Nothing comes out right. Why did I ever start mixing. I don't have a clue what I'm doing. Why don't I quit now. That's right because I'm always in pursuit of that one mix that I can look back on and say, yeah I did that.
I love coffee at the late hours of the night that often keeps me up until the dawn feeling like a Teeeker -(Pur) caramel coffee w/ sweet milk is the best in my opinion paired with (FlV) RY4 gives it more smooth butterscotch smokiness-The pie crust base is simple (Flv) Cookie and (FA ) Cookie and topped it all off with some vanilla goodness (SSA) whipped Cream and vanilla ice cream..
This is my take on a Guinness Nitro Cold Brew. A thick creamy Guinness styled beer with notes of caramel coffee and chocolate. The original actually has a burnt coffee taste with light caramel and mocha. With the beer notes coming in after. I wanted to use a good creamy coffee flavor with more caramel and mocha. And a full beer flavor coming though on the exhale.
For the Beer I'm using HS Beer with FLV Yakima Hops. To add the caramel and coffee note I used PUR Caramel Coffee W/Sweet Milk because it is nice and creamy. Along with VT Caramel Mocha and VT Devon Cream for the extra caramel and creamy chocolate mocha notes. To enhance, sweeten and darken the caramel and beer flavors I'm using WF Molasses and FLV Sweetness. Then for the finishing touch VT Coffee Milk Froth because when it steeps it becomes really silky smooth and airy and gives the effect of being nitro brewed and gives thr effect of a nice frothy head on the beer.🍻 Cheers!!!
A delicious cappuccino cake pop. Beautifully baked sponge cake with a cappuccino infused French vanilla cream centre. Truly irresistible and goes great with your morning tea/coffee. If you try my recipes please be so kind to leave a review and rating on said recipe for other mixers to checkout. Enjoy all and stay safe. 💙
Ok this is a remix of the the ever popular Philip Rocke Grand reserve now as far as flavor notes everything works magically it's Hazelnut Cream with a splash of arabica coffee. I gave this two weeks to blend and mellow out from what I remember the original was not as tasty it was ok but I loved the profile...thanks for checking it out. *Note I dont have any suggestions for substitutes for the coffee Purilum caramel coffee with Sweet milk contributes to the entire recipe and blends everything to a creamy goodness..
Wanted to take it back to the off-the-wall roots for Fresh03. I decided to go the latte route. The only "coffee" flavor I really have that I enjoy is Purilum. So I built the base off that. The anise is at 1 drop in the mix, its very strong. You can also not use it, it is just there to play with the lavender.
I love frilly coffee vapes, especially when it’s not so crazy hot outside. With fall fast approaching I thought I’d break out my favorite coffee flavoring, Purilum Caramel Coffee with Sweet Milk. To me, it’s the perfect balance of medium roasted coffee with a nice caramel cream backbone done right with no burnt tire taste. I used it low because I didn’t want the coffee to be to forward.
Butterscotch Ripple was used accentuate the caramel. Vanilla Cream Extra, Marshmallow Vanilla and Sweet Cream help thicken the cream layer and add a nice vanilla note.
Chocolate Mousse is such wonderful flavor that really works well here IMO. I tried several different strawberries and decided to go with Red Touch because of its brightness, but feel free to experiment. Sweetener is optional if that’s your thing. For me, it’s great without it.
Creams need a a few days to steep, but very tasty as a shake and vape.
Tested on a Basic RDA with a 0.8 ohm 2.5 ml nano clapton coil at 16 watts on a Neo60 Squonker.
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