(TPA) French Vanilla Deluxe


By: The Flavor Apprentice (TPA) - Buy Direct
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Used in 212 recipes at an average of 2.057%.

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16 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


Profile: Triple stuffed Oreo cookie.

Note: TBV Cookie and Creameos was used and not WF Chocolate Cookie Crust SC (unsure how they compare side by side but the closest ATF has)

Steep:
Alright off the shake but really takes 3 days to start to fill in and blend fully. At 1-2 weeks it takes on the Oreo taste with a nice creamy vanilla filling.

Flavour Breakdown:
TBV Cookie and Creameos - This flavour I find to taste like crushed Oreo cookie (without filling)

CAP Vanilla Custard (v1) - This is my go to bakery custard, gives to the creamy vanilla body

TFA Vanilla Swirl - I wanted a vanilla right in the front of the mix and fits really well with the other 2 vanillas

TFA French Vanilla Deluxe - I love this flavour, I find it adds a rich and creamy vanilla butter taste.

CAP Sugar Cookie - a nice addition to add to the cookieness of the blend

FA Meringue - This transforms vanilla cream / custard base into a more sugary version making it more Oreo filling like.

This has been an awesome ADV cookie vape for me I can't put down, I hope others enjoy it as much as I do.

I’m only putting a description here because I have to.

A straight up morning starter - Caramel Latte.

This kind of needs a long time to steep. I tried it after two weeks and it almost tasted like it had a tobacco in it. I tried it again after one month and two months, and there wasn’t much change. So I put it back on the shelf. After three months, I was not hopeful at all, but it was actually really nice. You could use more caramel, but it does kill the coils a bit, so I tend to use it sparingly.

Definitely DO NOT shake and vape.

Enjoy

Fried peanut butter banana sandwich.

The Elvis.

That is all

With the weather changing and the holidays not too far off, I wanted to start working on some seasonal recipes. The first that was on my mind was a nice spiced vanilla cream.
As much as I love custards, I didn't want to go down that road, I wanted something different. What I envisioned was a creamy vanilla, and just kissed with a bit of spiced. Like if you were to take a thick vanilla icing and add a holiday spice blend to it, and after working on different bases, I was able to create one that gave me what I wanted.

Bavarian Cream & Vanilla Pudding:
Really make a nice thick base for this to set on with a that plays right into the profile.

French vanilla deluxe:
If you're ever looking for a rich vanilla that can punch through a heavy base, I suggest trying it in your next recipe. It's not that vanilla TFA uses in other flavors like VBIC or swirl, it's different and perfect in something like this where you want a vanilla to stand out while adding a thickness...that isn't a custards.

VT Buttercream Frosting:
This is a wonderful flavor, and at 1.5% I was able to get the flavor out of it to blend with the cream base. There's room to go higher, but I wanted to keep it even with the next star of this, and that's the Milk & Honey. These together add such a great element to this mix. You get that Frosting note I was looking for and a sweet richness that goes well with the cream.
Now this all by itself is honestly very good and could be an ADV for me... however, I wanted spiced vanilla cream.

FLV Eggnog
The easiest part of creating this was which spice to use. FLV does spices better than anyone, and eggnog is no exception. It's not crazy potent like clove or rich cinnamon and 1% here gives me a smooth spice kissed vanilla cream. It doesn't turn this into an eggnog by any means, so don't think that at all. I used my vanillas and creams carefully so this didn't happen. There's no egg, we only got the spices from it here and it's delicious!

Sweeten to taste. I mix with 1% FW sweetener but you can adjust. I do suggest a little for the profile though.

Let it set for at least 5-7 days, it allows the creams get in place and the spice to smooth out and warm up.

I hope anyone that mixes this enjoys it as much as I've been

Take me back to the 90’s! Big M Choc Milk!

Allow at least two weeks to steep if you want the juice to be nice and creamy.

Mix it up leave me some feedback ✌️

A simple banana recipe. This is not a doughnut flavour, although I’ve used doughnut profiles. The banana profile pushes to the front and the other flavours just play a supporting role.

This juice tastes better after about 2 weeks of steeping, but it’s not too bad on the shake ‘n’ vape side of things.

Please mix it up and leave some feedback. ✌️

Strawberry banana custard.

With this flavour, I really wanted the banana to shine and for the strawberry to add a touch of sweetness. I added a bit of dragonfruit to give the strawberry a bit of a sweet-ripe quality to it. I used the custard and French vanilla deluxe to hopefully provide a bit of density.

Please give me some feedback :-)

I've been working on this recipe along with a V2.0 for a few months. This V1.0 is the french vanilla version that I finally have right where I like it. Delicious french vanilla milkshake. I put in the Biscuit and Bavarian Cream to add a little texture and mouthfeel. The LB VIC is my go to and fave ice cream flavoring. the custard and swirl give some extra body and vanilla goodness to this recipe....and its topped off with Vanilla Whipped Cream which is always delicious. The 2 percent of French Vanilla Deluxe adds just the right amount to push this in the direction of a french vanilla milkshake. I like sweet vapes so 1 percent sweetener I have in it but you can leave out if its not your thing or you can add a little WS-23 or Koolada if you want a cold milkshake vape. I've found this needs at least a 2 week steep. Hope you enjoy.

All I can say here if you love butterscotch and HS ry4 then u must try this out! I made this for my son because he asked for this profile. He normally buys commercial but he loves this one so much hes been vaping it like crazy!! He can't get enough!!!

Theres no need for sweetener in this one at all. Please remember to rate it.

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