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I used double apple a bit more than green since green has such a bite to it but I think it will end up tasting like a green apple. And then added Cavendish which I just love and vanilla bacco which is nice and finally some dulche de leche to smooth it out plus sweetener which I'm not sure is necessary for this recipe but I know the person I'm making it for likes sweet plus I think it kinda acts like salt in that it brings out flavors. I've single tested cavendish at 3 and that is a good spot for it.
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.
I was asked by a friend to remix one of the best commercial custards I have ever tried. I began with 8 flavors. But ended with only 2. If you only need 2 flavors then you should only use 2 (despite my urge/desire to add more).
Digby's Mum's Custard is a 50/50 mix - old school.
This is my recipe for the holiday season. Ive always loved a nice butter rum/ butterscotch drink. With the holidays creeping up on us i knew exactly what i needed to do. This profile is reminiscent of a holiday, spiked, butter rum eggnog. With wonderful bourbon and butter rum boozy notes mixed wonderfully with the creamy dulce de leche and the sweet decadent spice of a tasty holiday eggnog.
I’ve been trying to make an exquisite coffee recipe. I nailed it this time… at least for my taste!
This is a creamy custard vape, with a vanilla accent where a strong Italian espresso shines.
It makes a great ADV, both MTL and DTL, but it is just perfect to drip when you get home, seat on the couch with your feet up and drink a cup of coffee.
For me, a custard is Cap Vanilla Custard. 6% is the right spot in this recipe. The Cap French Vanilla is there to enhance the vanilla accent. As a matter of fact, Vanilla Custard and French Vanilla are perfect friends.
I love that Dulce de Leche and Butterscotch special sweetness. They work together very well.
I used Cap Butter Cream and Cap Vanilla Whipped Cream to give the extra creaminess to the vape, as they help to extend the taste in your mouth. TPA Graham Cracker Clear gives some texture.
I tried a few different coffees and Fa Espresso was the chosen one. It gives you that Italian strong espresso taste. It’s a strong flavor, at 1% it was too strong for me, so I went with 0,75%. I just wished it wasn’t so sweet.
I tried a few different flavors to make a twist on the recipe. FA Hazelnut was the elected one. Believe me, at 0,5%, it makes a magic spell.
The recipe’s intrinsic sweetness is more than enough for me, but feel free to add some Cap Super Sweet or try some Fa Marshmallow.
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This one is fairly accurate to the reference with notes that are creamy, heavy dairy, dark sweetness, and mild cocoa note. It has a moderate concentration level shining in the 2-3% range.
Stand alone: 1%-2%
In a mix: 0.5%-1.5%