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Tasty flan, melty caramel, thick mouthfeel. That's all you need to know.
I went exclusively with VTA concentrates for this one, because they have both great cremes and caramels that work quite well when mixed together.
Creme Brulle, Creme Caramel and Warm Custard combined give a nice custard with good mouthfeel, subtle vanilla notes and less subtle sticky caramel notes. Adding Sweet Cream gives an even creamier and full mouthfeel.
The caramel notes from the aformentioned concentrates are not enough to create a caramel topping that sticks to the top of the mouth, so English Toffee and Honeycomb are added to achieve this.
Super Sweet makes it even yummier, don't omit it!
Needs 4-5 days of steeping.
Hope you like it! Would love to hear some constructive feedback from you all!
Nothing fancy going on here just a simple creme caramel that has become my default dessert vape.
This is a Reworking of a recipe I had published a while ago as I wasn't happy with it.
WF Crispy water was dropped. It's a muddled flavour and not to my liking. I'm convinced a lot of WF flavours are better off in food recipes.
3% VT Creme Caramel is quite a weak flavour but after it steeps a bit those creamy caramel/ butterscotch notes come out.
However, it has zero body so 2% FA Custard Premuim adds a creamy custard base.
Finally 1% DYFS Holy Vanilla adds that smoky vanilla top-note and a little cream without detracting from the recipe. .
• 0.35% Flv Sweeteness (optional)
Dig in if you like but benefits from a 3 day steep.
Any resemblance to actual "1-2-3" recipes is purely coincidental.
This is my first tobacco recipe. After a couple of weeks steep, it's a smooth and creamy vape with a dark tobacco note throughout.what I like about this recipe is that it's well blended; no single note is overwhelming and they work together well. I hope you like it. 2 weeks steep for me but your mileage may vary.
The base of the caramel danish is the combination of croissant and butter toffee base. Together they give me a buttery, flaky danish type pastry with just enough cooked gooey-ness. I used walnut for a slight nuttiness and to add a little texture to my pastry. The orange marmalade infuses my dough with a thick, sticky, cooked orange flavor. Topped off with a generous portion of rich, buttery caramel cream.
This is my Monthly DIY Downunder You Tube Challenge Recipe to create a Salted Caramel Macchiato recipe on the spot. I think it's quite lovely and I recommend 1 drop of saline per 30 ml to make it all pop however I will add further notes on the recipe later as it steeps. (I'think it's gorgeous so far).
Update: IMO it just just gets better! The flavors have melded together beautifully in this and the cream froth from the top to the lovely dark smooth coffee through the middle is just on point.
Although I made this "on the spot" it has taught me that there is no substitute for flavor testing and experience when creating a "great" e-liquid. A massive props goes to VT (Theo) for bringing these flavors to the market when creating an e-liquid like this prior would be seemingly impossible at this standard.
I will flavor note all the flavors contained here in this recipe individually soon and after you read them will you be able to truly understand why and how I layered these flavorings the way I did and balance them with the right amount of creams as I also brought that authentic salted caramel into the mix as well. I can only encourage you to freshly wick your RDA before trying this after at least 2-3days to truly appreciate the textures here. Most of all Enjoy :)
See it being mixed here: https://youtu.be/kmUJs8YZs6I?t=3421