Black Swirl

Profile: Vanilla Ice Cream with Licorice Sauce

Created By Kittybit8

July 29th 2019 21:16

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Cream - Flavorah 0.75
Liquorice - Capella Euro Series 3.00
Salted Caramel - Vape Train Australia 0.75
Vanilla Ice Cream - Liquid Barn 3.50
Vanilla Swirl - The Perfumers Apprentice 2.00
Total: 10.00 %

Recommended Steep Time: 5 days


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Recipe Notes

Been wanting to make a good licroice vape for a while.
I have tried some good commercial ones, I have tried to really awful commercial ones and now I want to make my own.

The star of the show here is CAP Licorice - it's from their Euro series. I feel it adds exactly what a licroice should add. A little salty, not just another word for an anise flavor. It's exactly what licroce in Europe kinda taste like.
To assist the licorice and add some texture and boost the sweet and salty flavor, I decided on VT Salted Caramel. It was either that or FW Salty Caramel, but FW Salty Caramel has a habit of turning everything into a sweet mess, so choice here was VT.
The ice cream part is basically LB Vanilla Ice Cream. It's assisted by TFA/TPA Vanilla Swirl to give it some smoothness and FLV Cream to give it a more round flavor.

To make the creams blend in well, I suggest a 5 day steep, but this mix can be used as snv as well. It'll get creamier over time, but don't leave it for too long as the licorice will start to fade slightly.


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