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A light vanilla/toffee-topped custard cream.
This one is a twist on my ADV at the moment, 1-2-3 Creme Brulee, which is
1% DFS Holy Vanilla, 2% INW Custard and 3% VT Creme Brulee ( recipe link below).
One day I mistakenly used 3% VT Toffee Ice Cream instead of 3% VT Creme Brulee (similar bottles) but was pleasantly suprised with the result.
VT Toffee Ice cream has subtle toffee top notes which are complemented by the spicy vanilla notes from Holy Vanilla. 2% INW Custard works beautifully with VT Toffee Ice Cream providing buttery custard/ biscuit back notes. 0.35% FLV Sweetness rounds things out.
Even though it only has three ingredients, this recipe is unapologetically moreish.
S&V certified but gets richer as it steeps.
1-2-3 Creme Brulee
Mix, steep, vape = thank me later😎😎😎😁😁😁😁. No seriously this is delicious and addicting and if you enjoy ry-4 recipes then you will most likely love this. The one thing I will say is toffee ice cream is absolutely ment to be used with ry-4 double they are perfect for each other. My only other notes are mix it already!!! 😎😎😎😁😁😁😁. The only critical ingredients are the toffee ice cream and the ry-4 double. Everything else can easily be subbed butter toffee buy real flavors can be subbed with your favorite caramel or of course toffee flv. Vanilla cream extra can be subbed using any vanilla cream. Enjoy
Whipped toffee-pecan cream with biscuit sprinkle.
Toffee and Butter Pecan were made for each other and this tasty number shows why.
FLV Toffee is my favourite from Flavorah's dessert line. It's a sweet buttermilk toffee that sits where you want it in a recipe. 1% FLV Toffee is complemented with caramely nutty butter notes from 1.5% FW Butter Pecan.
2% VT Toffee ice cream has a pleasant toffee taste and is quite buttery but lacks body, hence the inclusion of 1.5% CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream, which thickens as well as blends everything.
0.75% JF Biscuit adds a slight biscuit accent you get on the exhale.
0.35% FW Sweetener because it's a dessert.
This recipe manages to be sweet and moreish yet is not too rich so is certainly ADV material. It's a nice "comfort vape" to get you through those dark wintery nights.
Enjoy. P. G.
I was trying to make a light fluffy white chocolate mousse on top of an Oreo cookie crumbled crust. It really needed more time to steep though. I would have loved to try the VT Chocolate Mousse but I have not bought that one yet. This is fairly decent but the flavors are light by nature and hard to convey into an e-liquid. This was my first attempt at a mousse profile. It is hard to pull off that texture without using flavors that can potentially mute the white chocolate which is already an extremely light flavor. I may come back and update this recipe later on after I see how it steeps.
You can add in some FLV-Sweetness to this as well if you would like it to be sweeter.
This is a concept By Fresh03 & Alfred Pudding I mixed on our show :)
Full Description and how this came about is here: https://youtu.be/nvqlu_ZcqhI?t=4363
It took me the better part of a year to come up with a caramel coffee profile that did not taste like burnt asphalt to me. Admittedly this is far more heavy on the caramel than the coffee but so is the one from the fast food joint that I modeled it after. I used the FLV-Toffee and the VT-Toffee Ice Cream to add some darker layers to the Caramel. The VT-Toffee Ice Cream also helps to thicken it up a bit. The FW-Butterscotch accents the brighter caramel notes as I wanted a full range of caramel lushness in this one. The WF-Brazilian Coffee adds a bit of coffee to the mix along with the VT-Coffee Milk Froth which also adds a hint of butter to the caramel and helps cream it up a tad more. This is much better after a good steep so that the flavors can meld together.
The PUR-Caramel Coffee w/Sweet Milk is rather sweet on its own so you may not need any other sweeteners in this one. Test it first and see.