Here’s the next offering in my Majesty Reserve line of custards. This time it’s a butter cookie custard.
This was my first use of JF biscuit after hearing so much about it, and how much better it performed and tasted in mixes than INW. Needless to say, I won’t be making use of INW biscuit anymore after this. JF biscuit and FA cookie make up the butter cookie component of the mix. I added TPA butter into the fold to increase the rich butteriness of the cookie aspect.
FA and INW custard make up the custard base. They’re a match made in heaven, and INW shisha vanilla helps accentuate the vanilla notes even further.
To finished it off, FA marshmallow gives it body and thickness, and CAP SS sweetens the mix to really drive home the profile of a custard infused with loads of butter cookie bits and crumbles.
I was intending on letting this sit for a 14 day steep, but I couldn’t resist any longer, so I cracked it open at 10 days and loaded it into my Kennedy 25. I think ten days will suffice for a steep time.
This is a malt with subtle hints of graham cracker enveloped by a velvety smooth vanilla custard profile. The depth of flavor begins to arrive around the 15 day mark, but after a month of steeping, it is ready to go. It’s gentle on the coils (I’m almost done with a 60ml in my trilogy RTA and they’re barely tarnished) and I feel like it’s either qualified as an ADV or an every other day vape in accordance with the individual vaper’s personal tastes.
This is the third custard recipe in my Majesty Reserve line I’m developing. As always, please enjoy and provide any feedback should you desire. It helps me grow as a mixer. :)
I’ve taken on the task of producing a line of custards, which I’ve dubbed “Majesty Reserve.” This is the original and first of the line of custard based liquids meant to satisfy and appeal to all of my fellow custard heads.
This first liquid is meant to be a sweet, rich and creamy custard accentuated by the pleasant and enticing note of praline. Overall, I’m pretty satisfied with how it turned out. It satisfies my custard craving and I hope it does the same for you.
This definitely isn’t a shake and vape. Testing at ten days, the flavor was light. Testing again five days later and it’s starting to shine. The pralines give off a rich aroma and the custards with the sugar cookie provide a delectable, thick mouthfeel and scrumptious flavor. Enjoy!
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!
I named this recipe after a longtime friend of mine that I’ve affectionately referred to as “Pipsqueak” for the 7 years I’ve known her.
It’s a strawberry Greek yogurt. The base of the yogurt uses Liquid Barn’s Greek Yogurt as the foundation with supporting elements derived from FLV cream, FA meringue and Liquid Barn vanilla ice cream. FLV cream helps shoot the creaminess of the yogurt into the stratosphere while FA meringue helps sweeten it up, and Liquid Barn vanilla ice cream further enhances and drives home the dairy note of the yogurt profile. Overall, these elements create a yogurt profile that is incredibly creamy, smooth and tangy. This is the first recipe I’ve ever used LB’s Greek Yogurt and I found myself in love with it.
The strawberries used in the recipe create a mix of natural and candied strawberry elements that blend well with the yogurt.
Sweetener is always optional. My first batch I used .5%, and while tasty, felt it made the recipe a bit too sweet. .25% seems to be the sweet spot. No pun intended.
This vape is creamy. This vape is smooth. This vape is decadent. These three things ring true. Mix, steep it, vape it, love it, rate it. I hope you enjoy it.
After getting my hands on the necessary flavors to implement the beloved cheesecake trinity, I had an idea about throwing together something involving cereal and cheesecake. A frosted flake infused cheesecake came to mind but what ended up happening was something not entirely different, but something even better. The percentage of cereal 27 used infused the cheesecake base with something more akin to a combination of oats, nuts and honey. It created a luxurious blend that was both rich and decadent. FLV cream made it SUPER creamy, and shisha vanilla enhanced everything by giving it an enriching vanilla kick to create nothing short of what I could describe as a honey and oat cheesecake.
Who’s Joe? Joe’s a morning guy, but only after he gets his ‘nut. His donut served alongside a cup of cappuccino that is.
This is the first iteration of this recipe. The donut and cappuccino come through rather equally and delight the senses with a donut freshly dipped in a warm cup of cappuccino.
Version 2 of my Serendipity custard. I omitted TPA vanilla custard and replaced it with FA custard premium. Omitted TPA vanilla swirl and replaced it with shisha vanilla by INW. Golden butter has been increased by half a percent, hazelnut by FW remains the same and the marshmallow and whipped cream stick around for the smoothness and full mouth feel. I added super sweet to make for a rich and decadent approach to a custard.
This new version has left me enamored more-so than the original. The original is tasty, but this one tends to keep me coming back for more far more often. It’s rich, creamy, smooth and delicious. Enjoy!
Straight up delicious banana pudding with a forward banana note and cookie finish.
I’ve never enjoyed TPA Banana Cream so LA proved to be the right choice with ripe banana. It, in conjunction with the custard and Catalan cream makes for a velvety smooth cream base. Vanilla bourbon amps things up a bit to further enhance the flavor value of the pudding feel of the vape while marshmallow creates a solid and impactful body/mouthfeel.
Cookie and biscuit make for a delightful cookie note even if the percentages are small. They're not overpowered by the banana at all and provide their own intricacies to the recipe to make it come off as a pudding with wafers sitting on top.
Sweetener is optional and up to the individual mixer. I use .50% here because it makes it all the more scrumptious. Enjoy!