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I love frilly coffee vapes, especially when it’s not so crazy hot outside. With fall fast approaching I thought I’d break out my favorite coffee flavoring, Purilum Caramel Coffee with Sweet Milk. To me, it’s the perfect balance of medium roasted coffee with a nice caramel cream backbone done right with no burnt tire taste. I used it low because I didn’t want the coffee to be to forward.
Butterscotch Ripple was used accentuate the caramel. Vanilla Cream Extra, Marshmallow Vanilla and Sweet Cream help thicken the cream layer and add a nice vanilla note.
Chocolate Mousse is such wonderful flavor that really works well here IMO. I tried several different strawberries and decided to go with Red Touch because of its brightness, but feel free to experiment. Sweetener is optional if that’s your thing. For me, it’s great without it.
Creams need a a few days to steep, but very tasty as a shake and vape.
Tested on a Basic RDA with a 0.8 ohm 2.5 ml nano clapton coil at 16 watts on a Neo60 Squonker.
Hope you enjoy and rate it. Would love your feedback too!
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Mutated From Lumi's Butterscotch Coffee from the Mixin Vixens!
Raspberry iced Mocha!
The two raspberries fill each other out without letting the Malina get out of hand as it does.
Chocolate mousse adds depth to the mocha, darkens up coffee a touch, while adding moisture to the vape along with the creams.
Labor of love this recipe turned out to be.. The percentages took some time to play around with inbetween each steep time for each batch.. I never look up other peoples recipes to see how they are doing with thier own for this type of recipe.. I prefer to play around on my own and if I am close to someone else that would be my bad. This recipe has been on my ELR for sometime before I decided to release the recipe over here on ATF.. Huge shout out to Daytime Frank as well as Tam Vapes for all the support they give to the communities..
VT Bourbon with Chocolate of any type is so good and adds a very slight boozie note to the mix.
WF Coconut Custard is a huge versitile flavor to use and I like the coconut as it seems like coconut flakes and not a cooked type of coconut and not the sunscreen type of coconut.
TPA White Chocolate is always needed with all chocolates to give back the coco butter to the mix and creams it up and takes off the shapeness of all chocolates.
OOO Sweet Cream is a must with this type of mix to add the extra sweet creamy notes to not have a dry hit from the vape.
HS Australian Chocolate along with the fluffiness of the VTA Chocolate Mousse great pairing and you need to try it for yourself to see what I mean.
You know what they say... There is nothing better than a friend, unless it is a friend with chocolate.
So here you go friends, some chocolate milk for y'alls! Been working real hard and methodical on this one. Thanks to all the kind souls on the DIY eJuice discord for your endless help and friendship.
VT Devon Cream is the main star here. Even though real devon cream is just very thick cream, this flavor has an amazing chocolate note to it. As @shyndo said on discord: "best dairy note, best chocolate note". I concur.
VT Chocolate Mousse is here to add an extra dimension of the chocolate note we're getting from the devon cream, also to give the chocolates a bit more strenght as they can easily be muted by the vanilla.
OOO Cream (Milky Undertone) brings the true milk taste, as it's the only flavor I have yet to try that have all elements you expect from a milk.
LB Vanilla Ice Cream was the last piece of this puzzle, I knew straight away when I added it that it was the right path. The cream is very rich and sweet, and in my opinion the vanilla is needed as I think many relate that taste to ice cream or even sweet milk in general. This is also the main reason for giving this a few days of steep, the first days it will taste a lot of vanilla, but by steeping that will mellow out to a much more perfect level for this mix.
Sweetener is mandatory here. Not TFA per se, but any sweetener is. In my opinon chocolate milk should be sweet. If you have CAP Super Sweet use it at 0.5% instead.
WS-23 to make this thing ICE COLD is a good choice. Summer is coming up, so who doesn't want an ice cool chocolate milk to vape on? If you're not used to WS-23 I suggest you start at 0.25%. Personally I mix this at 0.5 - 1%.
Fresh's Saturday show, and the picture of this thing, put me in the mood to mix somethin' up.
Give it a couple weeks to come together.. Not bad atawl..
Feel free to throw out any tips that might make it better.
"A simple and delicious treat featuring a thin, tender crepe stuffed with a creamy chocolate-hazelnut spread and bananas lightly sauteed in brown sugar and butter. "
Something I whipped up for Valentine's Day because why not?
I diverted slightly from the typical chocolate covered strawberry and went with Sweet, glazed strawberries in a thick chocolate mousse. This is version 1 and I may still tweak it in the future but its damn tasty now and the 30ml I made will be gone soon. Hope you enjoy!
Can be a shake n vape but it really comes together after about 5 days.
(I added 1 drop Cap Super Sweet per 10ml)
This is a recipe I made after learning that ID10-T had never tried an awesome chocolate cake vape. It's the first official utilization of my cake layer, which is 2.5% WF Angel Cake, 1.5% OOO Corn Bread, and 1% JF Yellow Cake. Then I added LB Lava Cake to bend it into chocolate cake territory, FLV Coconut to add some serious richness and depth to the chocolate note, and finally VT Chocolate Mousse to add the finishing touch of well... chocolate mousse.
Edit: Adjusted FLV Coconut to .25% because Dave was right.