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(VT) Caffè Latte


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Used in 109 recipes at an average of 1.457%.

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Affogato is the Italian word for drowned and this is exactly what this profile simulates. It's a mildly sweet vanilla ice cream, drowned in espresso, and topped with dark chocolate bits. Most Affogato drinks also have a nut added like hazel nut. I didn't add a nut flavor, but by using CAP Double Chocolate V2, it carries with it a generic nut, not necessarily a hazel nut, but similar.

As some of you may know, coffee is very tough to work with. Most coffee flavors have off notes of "burnt popcorn", "scorched coffee", and some even get a "skunk" note from them(ID10T). However, with the arrival of Vape Train flavors, I think they may have hit the mark when it comes to coffees, or at least a few of them.

VT Caffe Latte is an absolutely fabulous creamy coffee flavoring. The aroma is almost a spot on Affogato, but when vaped, it seems a bit underwhelming. It's great, but just a bit weak. VT Coffee Base is exactly the opposite of the VT Caffe Latte. The aroma is shockingly bad. You would never think it would work as a coffee base to build around. But vape it, and it is a rich coffee with no "burnt popcorn", "scorched coffee", or "skunk" off notes. So, by combining these two flavorings it makes for the perfect Affogato base.

The ice cream base I used here might leave some to say "Why didn't he use LB Vanilla Ice Cream?". Well, I did try it. And while I love that flavor, it seemed to not be the right ice cream note for this profile. But, if you don't have VT Vanilla Ice cream, feel free to sub it with LB, but use it around 4%. But I suggest to try it with the VT.

VT Vanilla Cream adds a bit more vanilla and seems to add a kind of "thinned down" ice cream like you would get when pouring hot coffee over an ice cream.

I added FW Sweetener to make it at a sweetness level consistent with an Affogato, but you're welcome to lower or raise it to your liking.

As a finishing note, I would like to say that I normally don't "brag" about my creations, but I have to say that this is probably my best mix I've done lately. But, I'll let you be the judge.

This is not a shake and vape, you need to let this steep for 7 days. If you do try it off the shake, you'll get a lot of vanilla and the coffee may be a bit up front. So, let it steep and I promise, you won't be disappointed....at least I hope you won't.

I hope you will mix, comment, and or rate, it make us all better mixers. :)

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I wanted to capture as much of a peaceful morning as I could in one go. Coffee, some sweet tobacco, something just a little nutty, and enough maple to really hammer home the morning time nature of the whole endeavor.

VT Caffe Latte is impressively functional for coffee to start, and doesn't need a whole lot of help there. It doesn't read as though there's as much milk here as a Latte would imply, but that's perfectly alright in this instance.

FLV Tatanka and FLV Red Burley are an unreasonably complementary pairing in my opinion. The sort of well rounded tobacco base you can build in a lot of different directions. it's a little sweet and has enough body to it that it doesn't get buried in everything else going on here.

TFA Pralines and Cream is adding some nuttiness, some body, and a little more sweetness

TFA Maple syrup is the icing on the cake here to me. It is just the concentrated flavor of the major brand "maple flavored syrup"s, the little bit here goes a long way to make sure this mix doesn't get mired in the coffee and tobacco's lack of sweetness and adds just enough maple to come through and make things a little more interesting.

Smoked Butterscotch Latte kind of what starbucks makes.

VTA Coffee Milk Froth, Caffe Latte and Hard Crack Toffee each of them have subtle coffee notes; with them three we get that slight coffee note you get in this type of coffees.
Also each of of them add their own qualities, heavy delicious rich cream and caramel.

For the Butterscotch part 3% FW Butterscotch Ripple with 0.5% FLV Smoked Butterscotch and the added dark caramel/coffee notes from VTA's concenrates is all you need.
Now our Smoked Butterscotch blend is ready.

Sweetness in this beverages is quite high so if you like sweet commercial style vapes as well as highly sweetened coffee drinks 0.75% super sweet also works really well, but i think 0.5% is enough.

Sugar glazed doughnut filled with a rich coffee custard cream.

Tpa Vanilla custard and VTA Sweet cream make this tasty thick and creamy custard filling.
VTA Coffee Liquer adds a rich background coffee with hints of chocolate and to make the coffee note really present Caffe Latte blends perectly well into the cream.

For the Doughnut part i used WF Glazed Donut as its so good and has a sweet sugary glaze top helped out by FLV Sweet Dough to get some more bakery notes.

Episode 87 - I saw a coffee drink, so I went for a gingerbread flavored latte. The Biscuit Base, Gingerbread, Gingerbread extra ginger, and Graham Cracker Clear make up the gingerbread flavor part of the latte. I was not aiming to have it be like eating the cookie stuck in the cup, that's just decoration, I was going for the drink itself. So the cookie flavor is not super distinct as a crunchy cookie. I think if I were going to go for that style I would have added FA cookie, some AP, and possibly some TFA Snickerdoodle. Just suggestions if you would like to try it out with this recipe.

The coffee layer consists of the VT Caffe Latte, and coffee milk froth. TO me the milk froth has no coffee notes in, but it's thick, creamy, and nearly buttery, which does help bridge the cookie flavors into the coffee. The Caffe Latte is not super strong, and competing with the creams and rich cookie flavors, it does need to be up at 4%. It was just enough for me to get a good stout coffee note for both me and my husband when we tested it. If you mix this and find it isn't quite strong enough for coffee notes for you, you could easily bump it up by 0.5% until you reach a point that it works for you. I would imagine most average tasters will be satisfied with the coffee level in this recipe. If you're a little sensitive, like I am it could probably be lowered by 0.5%, as when I tried it at 3.5% level I could taste the coffee well enough, but my husband couldn't taste it over the creams.

The FLV Whipped cream hangs out on the top layers of the profile, caught most at the end of the exhale and slight aftertaste of whipped cream.

I didn't find that it needed sweetener. However if you are someone who likes sweetener adding your preferred level to this recipe should yield good results.

This is a delightful recipe for the cool winter days coming up here in the Northern Hemisphere. If you like coffee and gingerbread you'll enjoy this flavor.

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Coffee Caramel Frappe
 
Brief Description:
This is a coffee forward caramel frappe with whipped cream on top. I haven't worked with ws-23 before so was excited to try it out this week to see how it would go. Not gonna lie, I used way too much the first go around for a high watt device like the TFV8. I haven't gotten to try this yet fully steeped but my first take on it is that its got a nice balance of sweetness from the caramel, to help cut the coffee notes. The creams haven't come out fully yet due to the steep time being only a few days but its starting to show up more. I used cream fresh to lighten the dairy up so it wasn't too heavy from the ice cream and custard. The VT cafe latte is a strong flavor, so not much was needed to bring out that latte flavor. Its actually a great coffee flavor though and isnt easily overpowered by other flavors. I backed it up with HS Caramel Mocha and FW Butterscotch Ripple to turn it from a coffee frappe to a coffee caramel frappe then added the whipped cream on top because you need whipped cream on your frap. This is not like a starbucks frap thats over loaded with sugar. Its closer to something you might get at a small stand where they use real espresso in their fraps or if you made one at home. Either way, with the WS-23, its great on a hot morning with breakfast!

Try to let this one steep for 2 weeks. Longer if possible! I will post a more thorough update once I have gotten to have it steeped.

Coffee Caramel Frappe
 
Brief Description:
This is a coffee forward caramel frappe with whipped cream on top. I haven't worked with ws-23 before so was excited to try it out this week to see how it would go. Not gonna lie, I used way too much the first go around for a high watt device like the TFV8. I haven't gotten to try this yet fully steeped but my first take on it is that its got a nice balance of sweetness from the caramel, to help cut the coffee notes. The creams haven't come out fully yet due to the steep time being only a few days but its starting to show up more. I used cream fresh to lighten the dairy up so it wasn't too heavy from the ice cream and custard. The VT cafe latte is a strong flavor, so not much was needed to bring out that latte flavor. Its actually a great coffee flavor though and isnt easily overpowered by other flavors. I backed it up with HS Caramel Mocha and FW Butterscotch Ripple to turn it from a coffee frappe to a coffee caramel frappe then added the whipped cream on top because you need whipped cream on your frap. This is not like a starbucks frap thats over loaded with sugar. Its closer to something you might get at a small stand where they use real espresso in their fraps or if you made one at home. Either way, with the WS-23, its great on a hot morning with breakfast!

Try to let this one steep for 2 weeks. Longer if possible! I will post a more thorough update once I have gotten to have it steeped.

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Note-The above VT coffee is Caffè Latte not Arabica Coffee- now edited add has been added :)

So far, the best Coffee Eliquid I have made!! As we all know, coffee is a bitch to get right!! VT has crested a fantastic coffee, which, when used at a low % creates a beautiful creamy coffee mix.

Let me know your thoughts, and any adjustments you'd recommend :)

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