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An attempted knock off of a Starbucks limited edition Smoked Butterscotch Latte, that I have never tasted. This should be fun, I quit drinking coffee on a regular basis long ago, and I don't buy Starbucks, ever! The resulting vape was so good that my husband wanted a bottle of it made immediately. (His version is minus the OoO Cream.)
I believe I went with the safer noob choices of flavors here.
WF Brazilian Coffee was the closest to an espresso coffee that I had in my stash. Paired with VT Caffe Lattte and VT Coffee Milk Froth, the coffee latte itself came out fairly balanced, but I may have gotten the percentages too high.
FLV Smoked Butterscotch was my only choice for the smoked butterscotch flavor, but it needed help with the sweeter part of the butterscotch imo. I know that too much of the FLV SM could be overpoweringly ashy after a few days steep, so I chose to add FW Butterscotch Ripple as butterscotch support and a bridge between the creams.
When the recipe steeped out, and the coffee was still a bit strong, I found it still needed more cream, so I added some OoO Cream Milky Undertone to smooth it all out. I could have very well lowerd my coffee notes, but I like it this way.
Of course, true to me, I sweetened with my fave combo of NN Monk Fruit Extract and NN Stevia. Feel free to sweeten however you chose to.
Solub Arome's cafe vanilla cacao as the main coffee base with Vape Train's coffee milk froth to accentuate and add a frothy/whipped note. FLV's Butterscotch and Smoked Butterscotch for obvious reasons with the Nic River Vanilla Bacco. Tobaccos help boost coffee flavors for some reason and the added vanilla note is a nice bonus.
Result is a light coffee with cream with vanilla smoked butterscotch "creamer" effect.
After the show I tried a version with Creme De Menthe and decided I liked the mixture of the boozy notes better for the idea I was going for.
The idea for this drink -- going against knowing it's supposed to be yet another eggnog recipe -- I went for 1 shot of kalua, 1 shot Creme De Menthe, mixed with coconut milk and frothed cream. The effect of the peppermint stick in the cup comes with the creme de menthe and the ws-23. This worked out well in terms of creating what I was thinking about.
I liked it shake and vape, I would say the creams will totally come out after a week or two steep. I haven't steeped this yet so if there are any drastic changes to it in the next few weeks I'll update this recipe. If it goes as I suspect it will, I probably won't need to update it and a week or two steep will see richer creams and a slight smoothing of the boozy warm notes and a calming of the cooling and the mint. But feel free to shake and vape this as it's pretty yummy.
Week 45 (The year of mixing) - Sweet and mellow coffee flavor with rich tones of buttery caramel drizzle, flavored with smooth hazelnut and light coconut notes, and topped with a dollop of whipped cream. There's a bit of sweetness used here, you don't have to - it's optional - or you could replace it with whatever sweetener you prefer if you like your coffee's really sweet like I do. If you're more of a black coffee drinker, you may need to add in something like FA Cappuccino at 0.25% or Tiramisu to bump the dark coffee notes up some, but this is far more a light and sweet coffee flavor.
This is a cream coffee moose with a thin layer of cookie crisp bottom and a little bit of chocolate shavings on top and a chocolate cookie bottom. Using Cap vanilla custard FLV pudding I build the moose/pudding type base. FA Cappuccino bring a sweet creamy coffee note and flv coffee adds a slight bitter coffee bean note. I used VTA Coffee milk froth to accent the cream note in the coffee part of the mix. Sugar cookie adds just a touch of a bakery note for the bottom layer of the pudding. I layered in just a little bit of Fa Chocolate glazed doughnut to add cocoa notes and the Cookie Crisp at the bottom in the moose/pudding mix & representing the few chocolate shavings on the top. Finally I added a touch of sour wizard to the mix because I like to add that sour note to chocolate in order to make it pop. The sour Wizard is optional but it lends for a good accent to this mix and sour Wizard can be used at a higher % optionally to 0.50% and the sour note can be subbed with LA Tart and Sour if you don’t have FA sour Wizard. Tart and Sour has a different component as far as sour notes go but at this % it’s there as an enhancer rather than as a flavor note.
I recommend 5 day steep but it’s pretty good with an overnight sit.
A Creamy Sweet Eggnog Latte.
Starting with PUR Caramel Coffee with Sweet Cream. One of the best coffee flavors IMO. Smooth coffee with a caramel sweetness and no burnt off notes.
VT Coffee Milk Froth to add the creamy milk froth note and give the coffee more depth.
OOO Cream Milky Undertone to add a smooth milk note with some mouthfeel.
FA Meringue to round out the cream/milk notes. Give a more airy egg flavor and add some sweetness.
FLV Eggnog was the obvious choice for the Eggnog flavor. Best Eggnog flavor out there also IMO. Well balanced spices with the nog in the background.
FA Jamaican Rum to add a slightly boozy spice sweetness.
PUR Super Sweet to sweeten it up a touch, but can be omitted as it is already sweet. I just like it sweeter.
Minimum 7 day steep for it to start to smooth out. Really get solid after 2-3 weeks. It is vapeable off the shake but is a bit harsh.
So it is that season again of all things pumpkin and gingerbread - all day - er day. Nothing fuels the american spending spree during the holidays like a pumpkin latte. I am sure that the shoppers on Rodeo drive will be holding their supper skinny, no calorie, quadruple pumpkin latte as they stroll down the avenue.
This was made for the Flavorah November contest
pur Caramel coffee with sweet milk is a spot on sweet caramel coffee beverage, it needs just a touch of help to move it into a latte
VT coffee milk froth and FLv cream combine to create that thick steamed cream and froth. VT coffee milks froth is light airy and has a just a touch of a coffee note.. FLv cream helps to blend this mix and add body
INW shisha vanilla and FLV milk and Honey Milk and honey creates a darker sweetness that compliments the caramel and coffee profile for this mix. vanilla shisha is more of a lighter top note vanilla that will pop out a bit rather then get blended in with the darker caramel and coffee notes. They also help to add some body and volume to the vape.
FLV pumpkin is the perfect holiday spice blend with really pleasant warm spices - that settles in to the mix as they steep.
This is a pretty sweet mix but feel free to add FLV sweetness for that authentic coffee shop syrup sweetness