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(PUR) Condensed Milk


By: Purilum (PUR) - Buy Direct

Used in 429 recipes at an average of 1.734%.

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33 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


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For anyone active in the DIY_Ejuice Discord, you know that the live mixing event where @humanpuck tricked @unappreciatedrobot and myself into mixing OOO Milky Undertones into a lemonade mix is a day that lives in infamy. In honor of that day, I offer my first Mixer's Club entry.

Challenge: Make a profile of your choosing, and then add an unexpected flavor to it.
Profile: Cherry Limeade, with milk

Development notes:
VG/PG: River Supply

V1: I got some new flavors in recently, one of which was INW Shisha Lime. When I decided on this profile, I knew it would be perfect for it. I started with the staple lemonade base of LA and FLV Lemonades, and lowered the percentages from Puck's Puckenade recipe so that the lime could have a chance to shine through (3% LA, 0.75% FLV). I used a combination of VT Persian Lime and INW Shisha Lime for the featured lime note, as it gave me the sweet lime I was looking for here, while still being bright in combination with the lemonade flavors (1.5% VT, 1.5% INW). I picked up HC Sour Cherry after watching Noted, and after a quick SFT and check back with that episode, I decided to use it here (.5%). For the piece de resistance, I had to find something that would fill the milk profile, and still let this recipe work. Brazilian limeades use sweetened condensed milk or coconut milk, and the closest I had to that was PUR Condensed Milk, so I went with that and hoped for the best (1%). The result of this mix was the right profile, but lacked the cherry backing I wanted, and the punch of the lime. It was also just a touch harsh.

V2: HC Sour Cherry is actually pretty sweet so it was the right choice. Getting the flavor there was just a matter of bringing it up a little bit, so I increased it from .50% to .75%. The lime flavor was almost there, but was just missing something. To get the punch without making it overly limey, I added .75% FLV Citrus Soda, with the idea that the slight fizziness would help it get the profile I was looking for. To keep it from tasting like too much lime, I dropped the INW Shisha Lime to 1.25%. To try and smooth the whole profile out a little bit, I increased the PUR Condensed Milk from 1% to 1.5%. These changes resulted in a better overall profile that was just about there, but the lime was a touch flat.

V3: One simple change, brought the INW Shisha Lime back to 1.5% to get the lime where I wanted. Once I did that, I thought it was right where I wanted to be.

I also added some WS23 after my final tastings, and I think it's a nice addition. I didn't put it in the recipe though as I wanted it to be your choice as to whether to add it and at what percentage. I hope you enjoy my first submission that only exists because of @humanpuck and the war crimes he commits on live mixing. Enjoy!

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All ingredients not at a normal percentage are 1 drop per 30ml.

This comes across off the shake like strawberry syrup and whipped cream, if you've got all of the flavors and an hour to spare give it a shot, lol.

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Shaved Smooth with a hint of a nip at the back end.

Sweeten to taste.

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In my lifetime there hasn't been a confectionery product that has had a huge market hype such as this. As usual, I got on the hype train late lol. After devouring 2 blocks of this stuff I can confirm the hype is warranted. The delicious balance of white chocolate & caramel sweetness is highly addictive. I knew I had to try and simulate this in the best way I know how in an eLiquid.
After many versions I have concluded that to make an eLiquid that truly replicates the real thing would become very sickly sweet and somewhat throaty as the flavour dominates our olfactory rather than only the palette. Sure I got very very close but to achieve a pleasant all day vape is more important to me.
This is why I have called this recipe "CARAMILKed".
I have milked the base flavours from this overall profile with a lower saturation of sweetness that while it replicates the profile well, it is more like an essence of the original flavor profile that is as delicious but very smooth to vape. Make no mistake, this is delicious & balanced!

The Caramel:
The caramel part of this recipe is a cross between a commercial sweet caramel and a caramel based on condensed milk.
This is why I used the combination of FA Caramel, FA Butterscotch & Purilum Condensed Milk here. It took some balancing though.

The White Chocolate:
The chocolate part of this recipe took some work to balance as well. Flavorah White Chocolate has notes that can't be mistaken here and works really well when smoothed with VTA Vanilla Buttercream Frosting.

The Sweetness:
The Flavorah Frosting is a real hero here. It brings an edge of sweetness, body of texture, as well as a vanilla that compliments the caramel beautifully.
The cap super sweet is used a little high here at 1% but it's worth it to truly get that balance of sweetness right.

Off the shake this is sweet, delicious and definitely reminiscent of the real thing. After 5 days steep its even smoother and better.
As the flavours linger after several puffs, I warn you, you will crave for more!
In summary this recipe has milked the essence of the original to provide the smoothest, delectable and delightful experience as an all day vape in an eLiquid.

Enjoy!

I enjoy this at 55W on a Single 0.25 ohm SST coil on a Recurve RDA.

I hope you enjoy this just as much as I enjoyed creating this recipe, but let me know what you thought in the comments below.

How I come up this recipe on video now on You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aX7tWvnvGDY

Seriously if you like a solid recipe that works give it a go!

Cheers for reading this far, now go and get mixing!

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This is a simple and traditional vanilla flan that's creamy, sweet and has a delicate gelatinous flan texture. You get delicious vanilla notes with a very light hint of caramel. Enjoy this after a meal or all day. It's perfect for a relaxing lazy Sunday.

Recipe breakdown:
The body of the recipe is comprised of custard premium FA, vanilla pudding FLV which not only helps with the body, but also gives it the flan texture. Flan WF rounds out the recipe and adds a hint of light caramel. All delicious flans use condensed milk and what better condensed milk to use than PUR.

When choosing the vanilla, I went with the original holy vanilla DIYFS. It's perfect in bakery type recipes.

For the sweetener, I like sucralose FW for bakery type recipes. Adjust sweetener to your liking. At 0.6%, it's not overly sweet.

This is good right off the shake but after 3-5 days, it really comes together. I use this primarily in the Jenna, Recurve, and Reload S rda. Quad core fused clapton N80 (0.2 ohm range). 45 to 70 watts but you can push it higher.

VG/PG ratio: 70/30

Batman's (FOWTB) recent delicious e-liquid line release, was the inspiration for this recipe.

Please leave a review. Enjoy.

I was watching the great british baking show and one of the contestants made an Indian barfi. The main ingredients of plain barfis include condensed milk and sugar A few of the famous varieties of barfi include besan barfi (made with gram flour), kaaju barfi (made with cashews), pista barfi (made with ground pistachios), and sing barfi (made with peanuts).
The ingredients are cooked in a vessel until the mixture solidifies.

Based on this desert I came up the combination of rose and pistachio, which is fairly popular pairing.
On the inhale you get a sweet milky creamy coconut note that transitions to a nutty light rose finish . It is unique and really lovely. tested on a reload RDA at 65 watts on a .16 alien coil

The combination of oak milk and condensed milk is just lovley. Iit is full creamy sweet and slightly nutty and almost woody.
Pistachio note is there at the middle and exhale and is made more noticeable by the oak note of the oak milk
The coconut and Thai rice seem to fill in the middle nicely here and just adds some wonder full fullness and body to the profile with out distracting form the pistachio and rose profile to much

This is fairly sweet on its own so does not really need sweetner - although touch of cap super sweet seem to get the rose to sit a bit more on top

This ice cream is inspired by Vietnamese style iced coffee, which is typically very strong coffee served over ice with sweetened condensed milk. Vietnamese Coffee is just slightly lighter then French roast , smooth and not acidic.

On inhale you get a light vanilla note that transitions to the coffee/ cinnamon and ends with touch of cardamon. it needs a week for the creams to really fill out and become a nice rich and creamy ice cream
Tested on a Reload RDA tested at 68 watts on a .16 alien coil

Made on Freshes show on coffees https://youtu.be/ZqN1wzWIFbw

This ice cream is a custard styled ice cream - so @Freshepies quick custard base ( LB ice cream and FLV pudding) works ideally here.
The only condensed milk I have had any luck with is PUR - it just really works and worth picking up and helps fill in the middle of this mix
For the Coffee I wanted a darker roast that would hold up to all the creams and WF brazillian can do that - the Coffee liquor leans more to a coffee sryup and blends into the ice cream base. (Off the shake the coffee will be light but WF brazillian coffee tends to grow - so wait a week before you decided to tweak this mix to you preference)

Cardamon is used more in the middle east with coffee but a couple of recipes for Vietnamese coffee ice cream I saw on line included it, so decided to add it and I really like some of the contrast it providers to the darker coffee notes

OPTION: ADD WS 23 and sweetner to your taste - I wanted a touch more sweetener, as this leaned a bit on the savory side without it to me . I like a a little bit of cinnamon in my coffee - but not every one does so add the cinnamon brown sugar if it is your thing

So... here is the very first recipe I created on this site. The profile is an Iced Blueberry Lavender Tea Latte. It has taken A LOT of development to get to this final product, but I am finally satisfied with it. Mix and enjoy!

Flavor Comments:
Blueberry Wild (TPA): The perfect blueberry to pair with lavender. It is an earthy, floral and dry blueberry. At 3% it accentuates the lavender very effectively and adds a more subtle natural blueberry.

Condensed Milk (PUR): After using Cream Fresh (FA) for all previous batches I found it worked but gave it a pretty noticable milk funk. So I finally decided to try Condensed Milk (PUR) and it was a perfect fit. Had all the notes Cream Fresh (FA) has without the funk. Perfect.

Lavender (FA): Probably the best lavender on the market. Very natural. Definitely the right choice for this profile.

Marshmallow (FA): Been with this recipe since the beginning. Not sure why, but the authentic marshmallow root flavor works so well with the lavender. Also adds some thickness.

Milk & Honey (FLV): I really don't know why I didn't think to use this cream sooner. It really gives it that latte heated milk taste. The honey adds plenty of sweetness and a nice floral note. The milk is authentic with no funk. Just perfect.

Peppermint (TPA): Gives this recipe the herbal tea note and also adds a nice iced quality. This flavor can be pretty powerful so keeping it lower is key.

This recipe is based on a popular Brown Sugar Boba Pearl Tea which seems very popular across the world. I had never tried one till recently and was more than satisfied with a divinely balanced sweetness that was a little rich & almost caramel-like but delicious. This isn't a "tea" as such rather it is based on the parts of the flavours that I really enjoyed. It's interesting that I thought this would be a simple recipe when I started working with this, but it was actually quite a challenge to emulate the experience and strike the right balance in a vape eLiquid. I think this is a very close rendition regardless.
"A simple yet delicious combination of flavour that is easily an all day vape!"

Enjoy!

IMO this is a very pleasant and enjoyable vape on a single coil RDA at 60W with a SST single coil at 0.2 ohm

Steep Time 5 Days for best results.

I hope you enjoy this just as much as I enjoyed creating this little recipe, but let me know what you thought in the comments below.

Seriously if you like a solid recipe that works give it a go!

Cheers for reading this far, now go and get mixing!

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This dessert is layered with a milk pudding and blackcurrant jelly pastilles and a touch of wizardry. FA King and FA Custard Premium are two of my favorite flavors so I hoped they would work together. I made this on a whim after watching thefogvlog Blackcurrant Showdown and it was good after a shake and Fa- King good to go the next day.

I used an RDA 0.3 Ohms, 55-60 Watts.

Flavor Notes