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This recipe is still in the developmental stages, but tastes pretty damn good at this point so I thought I would share. My favorite treat as a child was a butterscotch milkshake from a little mom and pop ice cream shop. This is my attempt at recreating that experience and is coming along nicely. This is a very rich, heavy mouth feel type vape, the same thing you would experience with a nice thick milkshake, I think I have the milkshake base down pretty well, now perfecting the butterscotch is my mission. I have found FW butterscotch ripple to be the closest tasting butterscotch to what I had tasted in the milkshake, so I am working on deepening the butterscotch flavor. It's pretty good as a shake and vape, but the butterscotch will start to come out more after a couple days of steeping. Any input is welcome, let me know what you think. I will update any revisions I make in the comments section.


fairly close attempt at a remix of popular eliquid, apple cinn muffin is the profile. Similar recipes out there but i made my own adjustments and this version tastes the best to me, of course taste is subjective. Let this sit for a good week and the apple cereal cardboard taste will fade away to pure deliciousness

User: CloudChef Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
This mix reminds me of clever vapes dipstick which used to be in my rotation when I wanted something light and tart. I mixed this expecting sour patch kids and was pleasantly surprised when it tasted like one of my old ADVs. thanks for the recipe man I am really enjoying this. I made a 10 ml tester tried it today and immediate mixed a 120ml!
User: CloudChef Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
I mixed this up as well as v17, and I must say, that I am very impressed. I can't stand black licorice, I purchased Anise just to try this recipe as the described profile sounds just like my perfect vape. I wanted to try it just to see how well a flavor like that could be masked or redirected, as I am early in my mixing journey. I let this sit for 10 days before I tried it. I am getting a slight anise taste from both mixes at two weeks, but I can tell it's fading and blending as more time goes by. I feel like this juice will benefit from a nice month long steep. I can't wait to try it once it's steeped for a couple more weeks, as it gets better and better each time I try it with less anise noticeable as you say In your video. How does the flavor develope as time goes I saw you had some year old flakey?
User: CloudChef Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
This shit is like crack, it puts the runner up ROTY Sugar cookies and cream to shame IMO (actually wondering if he mixed up the two recipes and really meant this one), it turns to pure magic after a month of steeping. Very smooth but satisfying, not too sweet but sweet enough to keep you coming back for more. Mix it up if your into this profile at all, its just has a uniqueness about it, im wondering if its the flavorah cream, this is the only recipe i have tried it in, certainly something intriguing going on for such a simple recipe. Pure genius, i love it, thank you Vurve!
User: CloudChef Score: None Entered: over 3 years ago
just let that cap cereal 27 shine huh? Great idea i might have to try this out.
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