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Been working on this one a little bit. I like it enough to be my first public recipe. After trying Charlie Noble's Raspberry Ripple, I knew I needed to try my hand at it. This a pretty close to what I remember about it.
The raspberry sweet is obviously a great choice for a sweet, almost jammy raspberry, but lacked a little body. That's why I threw in the FA Berryl.
The rest is easy, just get a rich, deep, creamy vanilla ice cream. Feel free to sub out your favorite VBIC if you can't do the TPA.
I feel like the white chocolate and the vanilla shisha provide a really delicious touch to the ice cream, with the shisha providing a very nice spice vanilla note on the finish. It really does remind me of a vanilla bean ice cream with a generous swirl of raspberry puree in it.
Give this one a good 5 days to come together, but as always, the longer the better.
I mixed this at 70/30 vg/pg and vape exclusively out of a Hurricane 1.3 RTA and it's very flavorful.
I really hope you guys dig this one. Please let me know what you all think, good or bad!
Okay yes it's complicated but so too is a truffle - a good one anyway. So I am making the custards (cap v1) and the white chocolate the larger numbers to hold all this. Well and of course the tobacco which if it's going to stand up to all this needs to be a pretty high number. Then adding amounts coffee, chocolate, cocoa, caramel, nuts, vanilla, cardamom.... also putting in creme brulee and bavarian cream. Maybe a ridiculous thing to do or maybe it will work like cooking would idk we'll see. LOL
Total flavoring 17.50%. Steep 2 weeks. It begins to come together after 4 days. After that magic happens and is complete at two weeks, and holds it flavor for at least 10 weeks. That is as long as a bottle has lasted so far, before being emptied.
Why just chocolate as a name for a recipe that is obviously intended to be a Nutella attempt? Well, it just didn't get close enough to claim the name. What is does do though is present to you a chocolate vape that does not blind your taste buds after three hits or thirty hits. For some reason the other ingredients help hold the flavor intact for each hit. I suspect that the FLV Milk Chocolate is largely responsible for that.
TFA Double Chocolate (Clear) is a very tasty chocolate for the first few hits, then your tongue gives up. I first noticed this in early 2015 in a Butterfinger recipe I found in a ECF thread. The same thing happened with other chocolates I tried. I gave up, rightly figuring that I just don't know enough about mixing. Then, a year ago while reading this forum I found a lot of excited discussion about a couple of Flavorah chocolates; Milk Chocolate and Chocolate Deutsch. I picked up a bottle of each and that changed everything. I chose Milk Chocolate over Chocolate Deutsch simply because I don't like Chocolate Deutsch. It tastes harsh and peppery to me, which is probably just me.
Flavorah Cream. At the same time I purchased the FLV chocolates I purchased FLV Cream. I have always been a proponent for FA Fresh Cream, and I still am for it's immediate cream flavor that requires little to no steep time. I began switching out Fresh Cream for FLV Cream in some recipes just to see what would happen, and have found that it, after a week or so, delivers a full bodied cream with a richness that FA Fresh Cream lacks.
FW Hazelnut. This again is a personal choice between FW and TFA Hazelnut. I tried both and found that the TFA variety is harsh and peppery. I see a pattern here and am sure it is my problem and not TFA's
TFA Vanillin. I read the label on Nutella and right there under ingredients it says "Vanillin, an artificial flavor." Good enough for me.
TFA White Chocolate. I felt the recipe needed a bit of smoothing out, and this is what I used. It seems to have worked.
TFA Cotton Candy and CAP Supersweet. Both Chocolate and Nutella are very sweet and I used these two to achieve that.
My first published recipe EVER!
White chocolate covered caramel wafers are one of my favourite treats to snack on. I do prefer the type with the caramel flavoured wafer rather than the chewy sweet caramel that some have. This is a crack at that!
The mix of VT White Chocolate Base, TPA White Chocolate and LA Cream Cheese Icing gave that perfect creamy sweet vanilla flavoured coating that melts on your fingers as your eat a treat of this type. To some, TPA will give a slight peppery note for the first day or two but will eventually turn the mix creamy and sweet.
Combining WF Caramel Rice Crispy Treat and TPA Rice Crunchies this low was originally there to aid the wafer with being 'crispy' but turned the mix into something new. We now have it as a middle note that adds to the authenticity of the profile.
WF Crispy Wafer SC is not a super concentrate IMO. I had to raise it up to compete with the chocolate and sits under that and the rice. Used low it is subtle and works in the way that I hoped for Rice Crunchies to originally, adding crispiness to the rice.
DFS Holy Vanilla at .5% adds a hint of vanilla that blends the choc to the wafer.
For a slightly stronger/chewier caramel try adding .5-1% FA Carmel(Caramel) or 1.5-2% TPA Caramel Candy to boost the WF Caramel Rice Crispy Treats.