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Here we have a sweet and creamy toffee coffee ice cream. VT toffee ice cream makes up the bulk of the flavor with the FA Italian relax bolstering the notes with its cappuccino qualities. The two interplay in a way that both of their dark flavor qualities evolve and evince a harmonious range of flavor for the palate.
LB is simply the best vanilla ice cream flavor, in my opinion. VBIC is a close second now for me. LB vanilla ice cream creates the velvety, rich ice cream base with TFA vanilla swirl to add more of a vanilla punch along with VT warm custard to impart a slight buttery and eggy note.
VT milkshake base helps drive it all home by giving it a dense milkshake feel. I played with the idea of using a higher percentage but wasn’t sure how the malty notes that come out at a higher percentage would play with the already dark and bold flavors of the coffee and toffee.
Sweeten to taste, but I found .5% super sweet works well. It’s meant to be sweet and sticky. Feel free to add WS23 at .5% if you want the coolness of an ice cream/milkshake as well.
I hope you enjoy!
It's Sticky, it's toffee, it's ( what british people call pudding) cakey and served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Flavorah vanilla Custard and Fw Yellow cake pair awsamely well together to make this spongy sweet cake while Toffee ice cream and Caramel Butter make the toffee sauce very rich, syrupy and buttery.
Mixed for Mixing Vixens challenge, peach pie with ice cream. Since it is the holiday season now, I decided to take a holiday twist on the recipe. This is a peach pie thrown into a milkshake, as I wasn't able to get the separation that I wanted.
In the winter, my peach pies are usually made from peach pie filling canned during the summer, so I add a seasonal fresh fruit, persimmon, to the filling. I also add warm spices to the filling. I followed that path with this mix. I chose the INW and Hangsen as they give me more of a cooked peach flavor.
I wanted a soft, greasy pie crust, so I added JF Churro to OOO Pie Crust. I may adjust this later, as after a 1 week steep, it is not where I want it. It needs a little more browned crunch, and it does stand out quite enough. If you have a suggestion, please leave a comment.
I love dark sugar flavors with peach, so I used VTA Toffee Ice Cream, and to add a holiday touch, FLV Eggnog.
Tested on Pixie SS 0.29 Alien @ 40 watts. I do not recommend vaping this at low wattage.
Saw the Mixin Vixens profile posted on FB and wanted to mix something that included FLV Creme De Menthe and all the other decadent things that I like. The picture they posted looked like mint chocolate ice cream, but I thought doing a toffee twist would be perfect for fall - inspired by stevenv84’s recipe, https://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/3251316/Chocolate%20Ripple
Try subbing FW Butter Pecan or FA Almond for Caramel Toffee or use LB Lava Cake instead of VT Chocolate Mousse. Also try using White Chocolate, VT Avocado Cream or VT Devon Cream instead of Love and add a drizzle of Salty Caramel. Lots of tasty combinations to be had here. That’s the beauty of DIY, you can mix what suits your palate. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did!