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So a friend of mine got some house liquid at a local vape shop and offered me a puff. I was very very skeptical as most commercial liquids are garbage let alone house juices. But to my surprise it was freaking delicious and I decided right then and there to try to clone it. Well, as many of you know cloning is really freaking hard to do. This mix, however is close enough and scratches that itch I had. Amber was my first and hopefully with this mix, she will be your last.
This is a tasty dark and rich treacle tart or some people call it a crack pie or maybe even a chess pie. I added golden syrup, molasses, and flv caramel to make it dark and sticky sweet and wanted more of a caramel note so I added tfa caramel original which is a pretty rich tasting caramel. FA apple pie is the perfect flaky pie crust. The gingerbread adds another dimension with just a taste of spice. None of the real treacle tarts or crack pies have gingerbread but I felt like I needed another layer to make it not so flat and pastry zest did not work.
This is just a delicious, delicious daap bomb of goodness. Toffee ice cream drizzled with caramel and topped with roasted butter pecans. Basically this is just one big experiment because I wanted to put some of my favorite flavors from vt all in one mix to see what happened...the result...flavor town!
This is moving into 2019, using a 4 3 2 1 formula to build a recipe.
1 2 3 is so 2018. What? Not really, but when working with some old school flavors that we know are good, 4 3 2 1 is needed.
This is a recipe highlighting TPA, using some amazing concentrates that have been winners for a long ttime.
So, the profile is a RY4 banana bread.
TPA Banana Nut Bread
TPA RY4 Double
TPA Caramel Original
TPA Dulce de Leche
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Not just another Caramel Macchiato..................................
This one benefits from a good steep, good after 2 weeks, awesome after a month or longer.........
FA Dark Bean combined with FLV Cookie Dough becomes a coffee flavor with dark and deep Espresso notes
and most important without the burnt ash notes that usually come with FA Dark Bean Espresso.
FW Butterscotch Ripple & TPA Caramel Oringinal my fav caramel combo.
FA Cream Fresh brings some creamyness to the party.
FLV Milk & Honey blends it all together.
Super sweet to taste...... but I like my Macchiato sweet...........
Give it a try and enjoy............
Stewart's has a delicious ice cream that I just had the other day called "Crumbs along the Mohawk" it's described as a Graham Cracker ice cream with Graham Cracker pieces and caramel swirl... now this stuff leaves a delicious aftertaste in your mouth and that's why I'm trying to translate it into vape form here...
This is still a WIP... I'm needing the GC pieces to stand out more... Maybe uping the FW 1% and adding .5% AP will help? It's pretty damn close but I need some of y'alls help... Thanks and hope you enjoy... Flavor notes to follow... In the mix is on right now!
🏷️ A buttery graham cracker coated blondie with rich white chocolate; sprinkled with warm roasted pecans and finished with a dollop of vanilla ice cream.
Love and White Chocolate are married together; creating a lightly buttery creamy white chocolate with light hints of vanilla. Roasted Pecans and Cream shares the spotlight with white chocolate; bringing with it a creamy, warm, and nutty accent.
Yellow Cake, Golden Butter, and Graham combine to make the buttery graham cracker crusted blondie base. Caramel Original is used to act as a binder and enhancer to the base; adding a sticky caramelized brown sugar and maple sweetness.
Vanilla Ice Cream Blend 3, with its bright vanilla accents and fluffy dairy cream texture finishes off the recipe. It not only serves as an ice cream layer, it helps to add a bit more body to the white chocolate top notes; while simultaneously softening some of the sharper edges found in the blondie base.
🔹Optional - Sweetener (FW) 0.25 - 0.5%
This recipe is sweet on its own however feel free to add a touch of sweetener. I would recommend to start low around 0.25%.
Made for Mixin Vixens Ep.23