This recipe is a Work In Progress.

It might be amazing, but its creator doesn't think it's finished yet.

Shyndo asked me to make a brown butter ice cream. After a couple of attempts, I ended up really happy with this. Had to keep it simple.

FW Butterscotch Ripple/FLV Milk & Honey/TPA Bavarian Cream - This formed perfectly the "brown" side of the brown butter, while helping out the creamy ice cream angle. FLV M&H really plays the star of this group, besides giving Matthew Kocanda the "O face", really bringing out some of those carm and butterscotch sweet notes, as well as the three of them making a nice amount of sweetness.

Cap VBIC/HS Ice Cream - The ice cream base, where these two work perfectly to help boost the butter notes depth, while adding a solid cream background with out too much vanilla. Along with the ripple, and the butter cream, and bav cream, we get into that nice ice cream city (it's better than flavor-town, aight).

Cap Golden Butter/Cap Buttercream - The best way I could think of adding a heavy butter note, that isn't utterly offensive. They combine, along with the HS, to get it nice and buttery.

All in all, I'm really happy with how this came out. It's not spot on brown butter ice cream, but god is it good. A solid, slightly dense, carm butterscotch buttery cream.

Created: May 16, 2017 (about 4 years ago)

% Vendor Flavor
(TPA) Bavarian Cream
(CAP) Butter Cream
(FW) Butterscotch Ripple
(CAP) Golden Butter
(HS) Ice Cream
(FLV) Milk & Honey
(CAP) Vanilla Bean Ice Cream
Total flavoring: 8.4% Steep Days: 3 Best VG: 0% Temperature: 0
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User: ID10-T Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
DECADENCE. When I first tried this recipe it had only a few days to steep and I liked it, but didn't think it was anything super special. Today I come back to it after a six week steep and it's just wonderfully rich buttery decadence. It's astounding how sweet it has become without any added sweetener. While I agree with the 3-star reviewer that a touch of some nut might help with authenticity on the browning, it seems to have the perfect amount of butteryness, very rich and not at all light, but also not overbearing. And authenticity kinda goes out the window when you taste something this good. I want to keep on vaping it and then mix some more for another long steep. Thanks for a great vape!
User: MrBurgundy Score: 5 Entered: almost 4 years ago
This is a really enjoyable vape. The ice cream is buttery and thick, and the caramel/butterscotch is sweet. It doesn't punch you in the face, making for a great all day vape. The way the "brown butter" lingers on that buttery note in HS Ice Cream is fantastic. I'll definitely be mixing this again in a larger quantity. Thanks for sharing!
User: 2wikky Score: 3 Entered: almost 4 years ago
I believe that this was a great attempt at making a BBIC however i found it lacking. I only get a light caramel cream. Its definitely tasty, but I think its light on the butter, and that nuttiness you get from browning the butter. A little salt would be nice...(jk). maybe adding a little hazelnut or walnut or almond would help with authenticity.
User: Billywilly Score: None Entered: about 4 years ago
I made both yours and shyndo's bbic recipes at the same time.. I'm trying hard to figure out which one I like more. They are surprisingly quite similar even though they are using different ingredients. I used tpa butter because i like it more than caps golden butter and I did add .5% super sweet on both. Both are great recipes so I gave you both 5 stars. Good job.
User: shyndo Score: 5 Entered: about 4 years ago
Fantastic recipe, really reach but not too rich to vape for hours! The flv milk and honey really keeps things interesting and it has a heavy, yet delectable butter not that is hard to not come back for. Time and time again I find myself craving this.