Flavor Profile: bakery custard dessert vanilla
Used in 1579 recipes at an average of 2.814%.
A revised version of the original bunny clone. This e-liquid recipe is as close as you will get to the original as it hosts a great taste along with great vapor production. Taking longer than usual to craft is certainly reflected in the quality of this e-liquid.
VG65/PG35 Base (No nicotine specified)
A Cinnamon Sugar Poundcake mixed for August's Mixers Club.
FW Caramel Cinnamon Roll, JF Yellow Cake, and FLV Poundcake are my cake base here. A good fluffy cakiness that's heavy on the tongue, bolstered with TFA VC to add some egg and butter notes. TFA Bavarian cream keeps it wet and helps it vape smooth. TFA Brown Sugar as the primary sweetener and to add that vibe of the brown sugar marbling throughout the cake.
the theme was lazy, so I went uber lazy with the percentages but it's a pretty good mix! Warning: It's vapeable SNV then over the next few days the cinnamon gets really strong. After about a week it'll die down and the custard and creams will open up a bit.
EDIT: bumped up TFA VC, after a 3 week steep my original test wasn't nearly as thick and buttery as I intended.
Boysenberry tastes a lot like a cross between a blackberry and a raspberry. It has the juicy intensity of a blackberry, the sweet, floral character of a raspberry and a little bit more of a tang than either of its parents. Top that off with bilberries with an overall complex, tangy and sweet flavor. The main role of the marshmallow and the whipped cream is to increase volume, without adding any dairy or weight. You could pump up the sweetness with a few drops of ethyl maltol but I don't think it was needed in my case.
I found that it is best to let this one sit for a few days to allow the texture to build
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So this was created because for the last few months I have been seriously struggling to taste my usual adv custards. Well not just my own but pretty much all vanilla profiles I have tried. I have used LA buttered popcorn and some biscuit bases with some success and that has driven me to start playing with some other angles. This time I went to the dough side adding zeppola and a couple other things to help it along. To me it’s “ok” but not amazing although his may be due to my issue. TPA vanilla custard is sort of helping with the sense blindness to Capella Vanilla Custard V1 and most French vanilla profiles.
I hope this is enjoyed and improved upon since I’m certain it can be made better or even just give some inspiration to somebody. And if you do enjoy it please let me know. Alternatively if it gives you inspiration go ahead and link me up since you may also help me once again enjoy my Custard addiction haha.
⚠️Buttered Popcorn (FE) is Buttered Popcorn (VT)⚠️
Popcorn Custard Mr & Mme.
Find a delicious, crunchy Popcorn with a superb, realistic Vanilla Cream. Wonderfully Gourmet!
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This is a grilled peach placed over over a creamy butterscotch custard . This mix was made for DIY Downunder June challenge using an unsung hero in a mix - The unsung hero if this mix is the FW butterscotch flavor notes here : https://www.diydownunder.com/thebigdrop/flavour-book/butterscotch-ripple-fw-an-unsung-hero
FW butterscotch ripple. I think brings creams and darker bakery notes together so well. it also can be an ice cream or move into a butter candy depending what it is mixed with. I used in this mix to be the middle note bringing the TPA custard and FW caramel and cinnamon roll together.
I am a TFA custard fan as it is less dominate then cap custard and brings the rich buttery velvet back note that I wanted in this mix as opposed to using creams. It also has a slightly shorter steep time then most custards. I do not want a custard that would over power the peach and TPA custard fit the bill.
For the peach I am suing juicy peach to capture the deeper sweetness
The Cinnamon caramel roll added the darker notes that I wanted along with some body to support the grilled peach . I find that the cinnamon in CDS can be overpowering and prefer the cinnamon of FW and wanted the caramel to support the butterscotch in this mix .
Toasted marshmallow here brings that grilled type vibe to the mix along with sweetness and volume., and will help mute some of the harness that you can get from the peach
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INW Dark for Pipe: is a darkish tobacco with some subtle honey and chocolate notes
INW Vanilla for Pipe: is a really good vanilla with some mild tobacco notes.
FLV Tatanka: is a dark syrupy tobacco
TPA Toasted Marshmallow: added this for some toasty notes and to thicken the cream
TPA Vanilla Custard: I have had this flavor for awhile but have never used it in a recipe. It seems more like a vanilla pudding rather than a custard. So I started messing around with it and tobaccos and a few tweaks here and there and i came up with this