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(FA) Butterscotch


By: FlavourArt (FA) - Buy Direct
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93 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


A simple mix. Caramel and pears. The pear is full bodied and the sweet and buttery caramel encases it. This one gets richer with steep time.

A yummy carmel custard- Taste good, ut need some
improvement

Vanilla almond milk- I made this for an episode of Mixin’ Vixens. It turned out pretty nice.
It’s pretty thick and rich for a milk- more like a cream that tastes like milk. The VT Vanilla Cream and VT Sweet Cream combo is so good. Then I added FLV Milk to give more of a milky taste and velvety, smooth mouthfeel.
I wanted to darken it all up a bit so used FA Vanilla Bourbon as it’s a lovely, darker vanilla. FA Butterscotch also adds a bit of dark sweetness.
FA Almond was an obvious choice as it’s so tasty. I used a little TFA Toasted Almond to try to bring it forward in the mix.

It needs about a week for everything to come through and balance out. It’s not bad before that. The creams are just a little light and it lacks body.

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A thick,sweet,creamy,decadent strawberry milkshake that’s worthy of a throne. Notes to follow in due course when I have time but for now,enjoy!
This recipe has taken some inspiration from Platinum Blush created by the @developed lads! Please check there recipe out and if you mix this please leave a rating and short review for other mixers to see. 😀💙

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First of all merry Christmas all and best wishes for 2020!
I’ve been toying with this recipe now for a few weeks on and off, pretty simple concept really,I wanted to create a delicious,easy butterscotch pudding. If you don’t like butterscotch then tbh I feel sorry for you!!! 😂 anyways starting off... one of the most versatile,deliciously flavourful butterscotch’s I enjoy vaping is a combination of FW butterscotch ripple and FA butterscotch combined. I find these 2 really work well together so using these was a no brainer. If you want this recipe how I intend it then these 2 concentrates are a must in afraid! I was recently introduced to VTA Creme Brulee thanks to @folkart and I’ve gotta say I’m absolutely LOVING IT!! Far superior to INW Creme Brulee however if that’s all you have then you can sub it @ 2%.
The Creme Brulee is combined with FLV vanilla pudding to create the base to our delicious,rich butterscotch pudding. The only sub for vanilla pudding is FLV vanilla custard @ 2.5% feel free to use whatever you have but just bare in mind l,it won’t be the same recipe. WF Bavarian Cream can be subbed for TPA Bavarian Cream @ 1.5% and is added to thicken the mix and smooth out the edges. I use CAP super sweet @ 0.5% as I enjoy the added sweetness and also like the way it makes the recipe pop more but if you don’t want to add it,don’t. Please mix and rate my recipe and as always happy mixing.

This is a peanut butter and banana sandwhich, bread and all. It's not perfect, but it's damn good.

This is a perfect vape for after a big Thanksgiving Meal. Baked banana, warm cookie, light caramel.

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I wanted to create something I could actually vape. Honestly, if you aren't as sensitive as I am, you'll likely want to pretty much triple all the ingredient percentages. I get Chococlate cake, vanilla/almond cream with a hint of pistachio. My hubby tasted sweet air. Soooo...while the mixture of these ingredients might be great, you may have to adjust the percentages to suit your tastes. I wouldn't go higher on the chocolate donut flavor beyond 5% or it will just overtake the entire mixture. If you are turning everything else up, keep donut at like 4.5%. This recipe won't work in a pod, all you'll taste is sweet chocolate donut. Might not be bad but it won't have nuances.

A honey graham cracker. Nothing more, nothing less. Still needs work

This is a tea recipe, that utilizes honey and bergamot to emulate the tea base. In this recipe, I'm using pear and white peach as the fruits, but the base can be adapted in many different ways.

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