Butterscotch Ripple (FW) - an unsung hero

BY MB 2018

Tested 4% in a Recurve .24 ohm fused Clapton 40w, 50W, 60W

Flavor profile: this is a butterscotch cream, sounds pretty basic but it is one of the swiss army knifes of mixing. Super creamy with a buttery note and luschious mouth feel. Butterscotch is there but it is not able to be a single flavor in a butterscotch main profile mix. There is very minimal vanilla notes , so if you are looking for a butterscotch type ice cream this would benefit from a vanilla ice cream base . It is a fantastic base note that some caramel or another butterscotch can be added to to move it to a candy or to cheesecake, custards or creams for a butterscotch ice cream or pudding pie. if added to RY4 it will bring out that caramel/butterscotch note. it is incredibly versatile that can add a creamy buttery note to your bakeries, and bridge creams to the some of the darker base notes in a mix . This is an essential flavoring to and to your stash, especially if you like butterscotch and super decadent desserts.

Recommended Usage Stand alone: 5-8%In a mix: 2-4%Throat MildPairings Caramel, other butterscotchs, creams, nuts, coffee, tobacco, danish, Dulce de leche cake mixes. RY4 mixes, ice creams, butterscotch pudding . brown butter ice creamSteep 5 - 7 days minimum 10 days ideal Notes from ELR http://e-liquid-recipes.com/flavor/23603 Example of recipe with Butterscotch ripple https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/104815#golden_lasso_of_truth_diy_downunder_june_challenge_by_mech_mod_rn

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