I suppose for now, something like this would help me a bit: search google for "site:e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe vanilla -custard -bavarian"
Of course you can make your search as refined as you wish, e.g.
site:e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe vanilla cream -custard -bavarian -“vanilla bean ice cream” -purilum -PUR -MF -NF -LB -OOO -“vanilla ice cream”
So are you looking for a creamy vanilla without the eggy/buttery taste in it ?? i think you would be able to achieve this a lot easier than if you were just looking for a straight vanilla vape which is what i have failed at , but for the creamy vanilla without eggy taste that would be something is your stash public ?
It should be, http://e-liquid-recipes.com/publicstash/86585
I don’t want to limit myself to my flavor stash though, if there’s something good, I’ll get the flavors if I can get my hands on them. Quite a few US flavors are not sold in Europe though.
i think you have a great stash and if your open to a vanilla cream you have all the right stuff im gonna go find PV vanilla milkshake base and. post it here , i believe he uses the MF vanilla but you could probably switch and use the Holy vanilla
ok so here is his base , but because of the tpa VBIC and The FA cream whipped i believe you will get the buttery/ eggy taste so im gonna ask @Pro_Vapes if my statement is true , the two flaves i pointed out do have diketones and typically thats where the eggy/ buttery taste comes from
Note : im gonna look at your stash again and try to come up with a starti g point hopefully , what have you tried already ?
Besides the Holy Vanilla and Vanilla Shisha, I’ve tried all the flavors in my stash. I’m just looking for something without the VBIC, Bavarian or Custard.
Oh, very very little experience with FA Catalan Cream as well… not sure if that one’s eggy as well. Must be about a year ago that I tried it and I didn’t take notes very well (still don’t but I am trying to get better and more disciplined at it).
Just the other day I tried a VBIC with strawberries again… 2% VBIC and it ruined the whole recipe for me. As a SNV it acts a lot like a bavarian cream and then when the eggy mess nearly disappears, the pepper kicks in lol
was the capella VBIC eggy in your opinion ? and yes the bavarian and custards are gonna be more rich so im thinking Vienna Cream , Fresh Cream and maybe the shisha vanilla , i really like to use Fresh Cream and Ooo Milky undertones to get that half and half flavor then add MF vanilla for a nice vanilla cream without the buttery/ eggy note but i didnt see the OOO or MF anyway im gonna play with the flaves in your stash and try to help you except the Holy Vanilla because i dont have it , in the mean time maybe someone who has already done this with the flaves you have can jump in and help
I feel the thread is derailing a bit, absolutely no problem though, but the vanilla was a bit of an example. I also would like to be able to exclude other flavors in future searches. Daath’s response gave me a satisfactory answer on my question so let it all derail as much as you want from here
Same here but the problem I usually have with trying to create something is that different vanilla flavors are fighting each other instead of boosting one another, I run up against a wall, start looking for some inspiration in others’ recipes and then it’s all custard I’m seeing
It’s like an everlasting search but I think I’ve already a bit more to try from this thread.
Additional recipes and ideas are always welcome though. Vanilla must be one of the most liked flavors in the world, I don’t know many (if any) that don’t like a good vanilla anything.
What I get from the flavor notes, I suppose that whipped marshmallow (cap) could be replaced with a whipped cream and marshmallow?
Or since you’re missing some mouth feel (why you need the MTS), could you use Cream Fresh instead of anything whipped?
Not going to help the OP, but I am really partial to this recipe
This is the original recipe posted, but for my preference I have dropped the AP to 0.1% and the Biscuit (INW) to 1.2%.and give mine a 4 week steep minimum But definitely worth a try at the original recipe first and if the biscuit/AP is a little high then adjust accordingly.