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(VT) Honeycomb


By: Vape Train (VT) - Buy Direct

Used in 548 recipes at an average of 2.618%.

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A DAAP free recipe. Made this at the back end of July 2018 inspired by Nick's Honeycomb custard https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/110483#honeycomb_custard_by_nickevz Despite it being DAAP free, it's incredibly tasty. Needs a long steep to reach it's potential though. Hope you enjoy it..

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This is a delicious custard topped with oats and honeycomb. The custard is filled with a tangy Rhubarb.

The Custard is INW Custard. This is a delicious and simple custard base. I added OOO Vanilla Custard Cheesecake to boost the vanilla and creaminess.

The Rhubarb I choose was DV Rhubarb Cuddle This is a tangy rhubarb that has been paired with Decadent Vapors Creme Anglaise, This also helps boost the custard a bit more.

The topping is WF SC Oats and Cream Cookie. This gives the oats taste and texture. I also used VT Honeycomb at 1% it adds a bit of deep caramel and the honeycomb texture.

Hope you enjoy!

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This is a creamy caramel boozie milkshake similar to the cocktail called a mudslide. This is a really well balanced mix with sweet creamy vanilla caramel on the inhale and some of the Irish cream and scotch coming out on the back end. This mix starts to come together at 5 days and really is developed at about 10 - days as the Irish cream and ice cream develop

The base for this mix is hokey pokey ice cream ( re - labeled as toffee ice cream)
The sweet cream adds a buttery creamy chocolate caramel note through the cream base. The VT milkshake base when used low adds a slight malted note that is needed in this mix. The hokey pokey ice cream provides a really thick vanilla ice cream that adds a darker sweet toffee note to contrast the lighter caramel note

Honey comb provides some texture and toffee/ chocolate notes to the mix as a topping

Irish cream and Scotch whiskey combine to create a baileys type of boozie note to the mix, that come out on the back of the the exhale . The Irish cream on its own does not provide a boozie note as much as I thought for a VT flavor but it is a pretty spot on Irish cream, with a noticeable chocolate note it is actually similar to the VT devon cream.. The Scotch whiskey is a SPOT on whiskey that unlike some of the other VT flavors can be used low and still provide the boozie scotch note

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These were all flavors that just belonged together naturally IMO. They practically screamed at me to combine them. This recipe ends up a sweet, creamy, dark vanilla, dessert tobacco with warm bourbon intermingled. Although you can vape this within a few days it would be better to let it steep longer if possible. If you do not have the WF-Vanilla Ruyan Custard you can sub it with DIYFS Holy Holy Grail RY4 3% and CAP-Vanilla Custard v1 2% and it will still get you pretty close. If you are a fan of oak flavorings you could easily add a drop to this as well. I was just trying to keep the recipe list a bit shorter for a change.

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Fall spiced tobacco with bold apple when vaped fresh, or mellow apple if allowed to steep for a few weeks. The spice notes calm down after a couple weeks and mellow into a warm underglow to the maplely leafy tobacco notes and the woody fire notes. The Creme Bavarian brings in the caramel notes, boosts the maple notes, and smooths the flavors with a cream note. The Honeycomb acts as a backbone to the tobacco adding a bakery note that isn't quite a cookie and isn't quite honey.

Fall spiced tobacco with bold apple when vaped fresh, or mellow apple if allowed to steep for a few weeks. The spice notes calm down after a couple weeks and mellow into a warm underglow to the maplely leafy tobacco notes and the woody fire notes. The Creme Bavarian brings in the caramel notes, boosts the maple notes, and smooths the flavors with a cream note. The Honeycomb acts as a backbone to the tobacco adding a bakery note that isn't quite a cookie and isn't quite honey.

This was a great creation by McDonald’s for summer 2018 but don’t feel flat knowing summer is over why not vape it instead all year round.

Notes to follow because I’m now leaving to go on holiday in Spain

Leave out ws23 if it’s not your thing but it’s a frappe and a frappe needs ice. Keep low but adjust accordingly however to high and it just doesn’t work with creams etc

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The Toffee Ice Cream is Hokey Pokey Ice Cream, but it's not in the database. (https://www.chefsflavours.co.uk/vape-train-australia/5673-hokey-pokey-ice-cream.html) I'm not very good with complex descriptions. This is tasty & does need the long steep. Hope you enjoy it.

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This is an all day vape of mine for a few months. Thought I would share on ATF.
A chewy crispy cookie with a hint of caramel and honeycomb This is using a few of my favorite concentrates. It is Addicting!!!

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The OG Honeycomb custard!

Thick creamy custard smashed with honeycomb throughout, not one person who has tried this mix to date has given negative critisicm.

Fairly explanatory use of concentrates,

VTA honeycomb has to be here and it has to be bold, 6% I find is the perfect amount as it’s not too much and it’s not too little, the warm custard, cap V1 and the sugar cookie make up the custard base and I really wanted a tinned custard here and that’s what I got because of how milky the VTA warm custard is, don’t be scared by the sugar cookie it’s in there as a thickener and you will not taste it apart from a nice sweet finish at the end that adds to the cinder toffee. The Creme Brûlée showcases how I go about mixing, that caramelized sugar on top accents the honeycomb perfect and the custard base boosts the base just a little bit more. This part of the description was added 30/01/19, when I mix I sometimes just go head first into it and not explain my use of concentrates and I didn’t understand how badly other mixers like to know the reasoning behind the choice of flavours, I have gotten better and I hope other mixers can take something away from my recipes.

Created by myself, Nevans.

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