Used in 3474 recipes at an average of 0.871%.
Still a bit of a WIP, this is actually a V4 or 5, but the first I'm happy enough to let this take a back burner for a bit and refresh myself. Plus this is the one that I apparently can't bring around my friends since they killed my first bottle in a day.
All notes can be found on reddit.
A bit different guys from a typical pudding. I had some hard time trying to put this together. One of the reasons, was having the right bread pudding flavor to start this recipe. In our country this bread pudding and it probably sounds weird, but is made with the oldest left overs pieces of bread that you can get. It needs to be very decomposed and hard for the pudding to turn out absolutely flavorful. I'm also missing the raisins that is a must have in this recipe. All the flavors in here are in the actual recipe on way or another. I'm not an expert on this, but I'm trying my best for this mix to be successful and for who ever that wants to vaped becomes enjoyable in there daily rotation. I'll keep updating you guys as I get results. This is my first shot at it, so hopefully we have the right percentages in. I'm looking for the Vienna Cream to blend with the Custard and give me that hint of sweetness, creamy profile. I added a bit of brown sugar which is totally up to your pallet, to add some more sweetness to it. I'll think that the Salted Caramel will hide a little bit of that. The Condensed milk will help to round off all this creams, at least IMO. The clove and the anise should be pronounced, you must feel that hint of them in it. Last and not least the Vanilla Custard will surround all this aromas to not let the other flavors overwhelmed the mix. The Bananas are pretty straight forward, Banana Nut Bread and Banana Cream I think they are delicious flavors. I just need to find out how well they lay out with each other. I'm expecting for the Butter Cream to do some great things in here. So here it is guys, some Budin from the heart of Puerto Rico Typical Desserts. Any comments or suggestions are always welcome people. I hope you enjoyed as much as I will! Thanks...
Steep: I figured at least 3 or 4 days with the help of the Ultrasonic or what ever you want to use. I want to know as soon is possible, that's why I use this method + a really good shake.
Mix at: 80VG/ 20PG
Bath in ultrasonic cleaner: 1/2HR Cap off
Breath Time: 5 1/2HR Cap off
A nice refreshing Pebbles in milk similar to Teleos' The Milk. Great as a S&V, but does improve with age.
+++I added 2 drops CAPS SUPER SWEET per 30ml bottle to bring out more sweetness.
+-+-+If you don't have Super Sweet, use TFAs Sweetener(Sucralose) at 3-4 drops per 30ml
+++FW Fruit Flakes contains sugars..
+-+-+GREAT as a shake + vape, but improves greatly by the 9th day. Sorry I forgot to post this one back up!
This is a new flavor guys and one of the most delicious fruits in the Caribbean and South America IMO. I'm going to give this a shot and see what I can come up with and what results do I get. I'll be updating to you guys as soon I get some results. I have lots of good feelings about really good recipes out of this flavor. Some of the characteristics of the guanabana is that pair very well with sour flavors such as pineapple, lime, passion and others. Also is very versatil to mix, such as shakes, custards, bakery and what ever you want to do with it. I decided to take the long route first for some reasons, flavors wise. This is so popular in my country that you can find it anywhere and I'm super happy to have it now in a vape version. Remember this is a 1st version recipe and is up to you if you want to wait for my results or give it your self a shot at it. Comments and opinions are always welcome.
Mix at 80 VG/ 20 PG
Taken from HocusKrokus recipe posted on DIYejuice.
I made this recipe this past spring with inspiration from Wayne's Strawberry Cereal Milk. I was hopeful to replicate an almond milkshake my better half makes and this is what I came up with. This recipe is a great example of how low flavoring percentages can pack a good amount of flavor, and more importantly, hold on for a long steep. I'm vaping a 3 month old steeped bottle as I type this, and it is still delicious. I enjoy it as a shake and vape just as much as when steeped for what it is worth. This is another mix designed at max VG for a dripper, outputting 5.88 volts with dual 2mm micros coils built just under 1 ohm.
Almond is the star of the show here, and besides it's expected flavor, it has a creaminess to it that lends itself to the theme of the mix. Marzipan is it's cousin, and it's candied (sugared) almond taste, when combined with Almond, makes for a nice sweet nut add. Marzipan by itself is typically too much sweet imo, so it accentuates well with the main almond note. Cheesecake Graham Crust and Malted Milk are here to thicken everything up and to create the weight of a shake. Vienna Cream adds a sweetened vanilla profile to both. Meringue is here to add a grainy touch and works wonders to add texture to the base. Brown Sugar, besides it's sweetening abilities, lends itself to the malt effect I was going for to put this more in the shake range. Strawberry Sweet has always held up well in combination with almond and marzipan, and to me it is more candy or syrup like...the perfect strawberry for a milkshake. It is not meant to be the standout flavor here, and it's sweetness falls in line with the rest of the profile.
If you are an almond fan, I hope you give this recipe a try.
A few weeks ago some friends and I went out to a brazilian steak house to celebrate me winning a BJJ tournament and one thing they bring is fried banana to the table. They are incredible, sweet, creamy, buttery, but not overwhelming. I knew I had to recreate this in a vape. Super simple and super easy.
Good to SnV but better with 3 days steep.
If you don't have HS caramel you can use FLV in place, or FA. If using FA adding in .25-.5% FLV butterscotch helps creating a creamy, buttery caramel.
I have made many butterscotch recipes, and most of them fall on their face with seemingly practical ingredients and flavor percentages. On paper, they look great but when mixed they usually disappoint. This recipe is a builder, and by looking at it you would think cookie or cake. It tastes like ice cream to me, and Ripple is the ingredient that changes it from a cookie/cake/pie to the ice cream taste.
Butterscotch recipes need to be thickened much more than we would usually suspect. Typically we can do that with creams and vanillas, but with butterscotch, doing so takes away from the butterscotch taste. So, you have to find a way to thicken it, give it body, but by applying some of the ideas we use for cookies and cakes in DIY.
Biscuit, Yellow Cake and Sugar Cookie are used here to create the body this recipe needs. It is the base for letting the butterscotch flavors build on.
Butterscotch Natural is my favorite butterscotch flavoring and the most realistic tasting IMO. It's not an ice cream flavor, and to make it one I added the small percentage of Butterscotch Ripple. Ripple by itself can be overpowering in a mix. Here, it is a perfect amount to change Butterscotch Natural into something different without being overpowering...ice cream.
Strawberry Ripe? Yep. Strawberry Ripe! At 4% it sweetens the mix and leaves you with a lip sweet feel on exhale. It does not overwhelm in the mix and at this percentage still keeps Butterscotch in the forefront as the primary flavor. I can tell it is there, and the exhale benefits here of sweetening the mix is my favorite part of this recipe. When I was a kid I can remember mixing butterscotch and strawberry ice cream together, and this was the imepetus for adding it in this recipe.
To bring it all together and to add creaminess the trusted Vanilla Swirl and Cheesecake GC were used. They are the balancing act in many recipes and made the cut here.
Brown Sugar helps to sweeten the Strawberry Ripe and I only added it so that Ripe's sweetness did not get lost with the base ingredients. It was in the first version I made of this, and although you likely could leave it out, I cannot convince myself that Brown Sugar Extra does not make Strawberry Ripe and Butterscotch taste better lol.
This was made for a dripper at 20pg/80vg and a build outputting 5.88 volts. Dual 2mm micros @ .95ohms.