Used in 141 recipes at an average of 1.702%.
This e-liquid was a thing for me time ago and since then i tried to make a remix as close as possible but playing with coffee concentrates makes you hate mixing.
Now i think i got close enough to share it.
Salted Caramel Machiatto has a top heavy caramel/ Butterscotch note, bright and dark at the same time followed by a butter milky note and a lot of sweetener.. A LOT!! with a subtle coffee note lingering through the vape.
I have been trying a lot of coffee concentrates to find the exact one and finally realised that VTA Hard Crack Toffee is the coffee note in this e-juice and is not an actual coffee concentrate( this shit happens so much).
Coffee is barely noticeable in the original and so in this mix,
add 0.25% at a time to reach your own sweet spot. I personally like it more at 2-2.25% but trying to get close to the original 1.75% is enough.
They call for salted caramel but i get a Butterscotch sour tangyness with some bright Salted Caramel so thats what i did. I think the caramel note is better here than in the original while being a bit thicker and richer( not a bad thing though).
For the Milky Buttery Cream part im pretty sure its just VTA Coffee Milk Froth as its pretty subtle but noticeable and this flavour, with just a touch of it , delivers a nice rich butter creamy feeling.
The sweetness in this juice is nearly offensive for me now.. but back in the day i vaped just commercial juice and didn't think it was that high.
0.75% super sweet it quite spot on for my mix but i think 1% or even higher is used in the original helping that bitter/sour note i get that comes from super sweet.
So adjust to taste but 0.75%-1% is where you get closer to the original.
You can SNV as nothing needs to steep out or feels harsh or rough. I think its pretty tasty but after a week it gets better.
I may tweak some % as steeps a bit more so keep in mind this is not a 100% finished recipe.
This recipe uses Salted Caramel Fantasy from Chefs Flavours, not VT Salted Caramel. I used it low because it is indeed very salty and can overtake the mix. This low it adds a touch of saltiness to accent the sweetness. It is a coil gunker at 1.5% and, straight up, too salty (I've got it in an old school RTA - the Ubertoot 2 Coppervape clone, and will update how gunky this gets after, at minimum, 15mL through the same coil/cotton). I think you could do without it altogether and still thoroughly enjoy this recipe . . . or change it up entirely and make this to fit your palate. It also use the now defunct Holy Vanilla . . . replace it with your favorite vanilla or leave it out . . .your call. The Butter Pecan, Roasted Hazelnut, Butterscotch combo really sets off the RY4 flavor profile.
All Tan Everything by Das Racist was the inspiration for the name.
Tan John Belushi in Coogi, dipping in Coochie
Tan Chris Farley in Gucci smoking on doobies
Tan Three Stooges, your style amateur
All tan botanical fanatic; saboteur
With the Thandie Newton-type tan chick
Your man sick, I'm known to eat a sandwich
Last tan nobleman of the last apocalypse
On the acropolis, a metropolis , poppin' shit
Out my esophagus, no, my voice box
Das Racist, we kinda like rap noise pop
Mad rhymes, finna blow up like landmines
All tan everything, shout out to tanlines
All tan khaki king, last white mogul
All you see is rupees when you Google
Rubies in his doo-doo, emeralds in his turban
Nervous, swervin' in the Suburban in Durban
All tan mans, stay tangent to Tanzania
With a Mia Farrow-looking sparrow to help me re-up
You’ve probably noticed I’ve been dropping recipes lately like a rave head drops E’s!!! Truth is I’ve got a lot of time on my hands lately and my creative juices have been in full flow...
there’s a few offerings of Dulce De Leche concentrates on the market and tbh they ain’t the best imo. Jungle Flavours is my personal favourite so using this as the starting block felt right. The rest of the recipe consists of a bunch of my (go to) caramels and butterscotch to really crank that bitch up and turn this recipe into a “Dulce De Leche” on steroids and boy oh boy does this one deliver!! This ones a full on tastebud explosion so be warned! 😁 as usual, if you enjoy my work please be so kind to leave a short review and rating for other mixers to see. Happy mixing guys and gals. 💙
a mix made for Alex Mcanally, known for being in the army and liking green stuff and having a crush on all his vape mates.
Alex Mixanally - a rich vanilla custard pummelled with bourbon whisky and salted caramel then finished off with hazelnut and coconut.
3 different custard-esque concentrates combine to make the base (LB VIC, CAP VC, WF Tahitian) using LB and WF means it is going to steep out a bit quicker although some people may need to give this a few days due to the CAP V1.
VTA salted caramel has been chosen as i find it the least "burnt" of all the salted caramels, well, all the ones that matter anyway... VTA golden syrup helps make that salted caramel a soft set caramel and also plays beautifully with the bourbon.
VTA bourbon used at 2% avoided any smokiness but wasn't as strong as i'd like so i topped up with a smidge of FLV bourbon just to make it present enough but not to overtake everything else.
FA coconut, Self Explanatory... used at 1.5% just to sit behind everything and not be overbearing.
If you like this recipe and what i do then please rate and review accordingly :)
Salted caramel popcorn milk
Starting with the milk... FA milk, VTA love and FA fresh cream combine to make a nice sweet silky milk, the white chocolate in VTA love just sits in the back and gives it a creamy sweet edge as to not get overpowered by the caramel, the FLV popcorn is a huge star here and provides a toffee note which compliments the caramel really well. FA corn (make sure to dilute to 10% before adding it at 0.15) penetrates the milk and combined with the FLV popcorn gives a very slight corn residue flavour as if the popcorn has been steeping in the milk 😋 the Cereal 27 adds just a touch of AP for the fistful of popcorn that sits on the top.
If you like this recipe and what I do then please rate and review accordingly :)
FA corn should be diluted to 10% before use, ATF does not have the 10% dilution option in the database so make sure to adjust that accordingly
Profile: Candied Apple
So I mixed up a recipe, that I actually didn't care for. Much worse was it, that I brought it to work too so I was stuck with it all day long.
Came home, sat down, thought of my inventory as I needed a SnV immediately - and then it came to me. I need a candied apple!
So I mixed this up - little trial and error and I got it just perfect after a couple of tries.
FA Fuji - Being low on apples in general, my choice fell on this, as it's the sweet kind of apple I'm after.
VT Blood Plum - While my mix here does have a weak aftertaste of the plum, my choice on this was strictly for the candy flavor VT Blood Plum has. Therefor 1%
VT Salted Caramel - Usually I go FW Caramel (Salted) when I want something caramel, but it's very potent, and VT's version is a little bit more damp in it. Needed that for the apple not to be overpowered.
FA Butterscotch - There's to back-up the VT Salted Caramel and add a little butteriness to it.
FLV Rich Cinnamon - Keeping it low as usual, potent stuff. But in my imagination, a sprinkle of cinnamon on a candied apple sounds delicious!
CAP Super Sweet - Helps pretty much about anything in this mix to make it all more bright.
Can be used as SnV (I do!) but if you feel the need to mellow out the cinnamon a little and let the caramel become more visible, leave it over night or a few days.
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Tatanka Rubio, part two in a Tatanka tobacco trilogy.
This is their story... "I believe today that this place is bigger than the dream I had for it. What it means to anyone that comes here will be up to them. Tatanka was not designed as the white man’s version of the Native American. Rather it stands as a centerpiece for two cultures, one whose very lives depended on the buffalo and one who saw it as a means to an end. It recognizes and accepts that this is our mutual history. It can also represent the chance to move forward." Kevin Costner, Attraction Founder/Owner
A balanced tobacco recipe where FLV Tatanka create a smooth, rich and full-bodied flavor with the FW Butterscotch Ripple and nutty flavor of the FW Creamy Hazelnut.
Just enough FLV Bourbon and VTA Salted Caramel to spice up this recipe.
A simple recipe, beautiful and bold.
As always, add whatever sweetener at liking, i did not used any.
This is one of those recipes that benefit of a longer than usual steep.
Minimal 14 days, a longer steep will benefit the overall taste.