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This is my first original recipe. I wanted to try my hand at something my family has loved since childhood. It turned out pretty good. The aftertaste is what seals this as a good rum ball. After the exhale you are left with the great flavor of thick dense chocolate cake and rum with just a hint of powdered sugar. That might be able to go up a little more. I'm going to keep working on this, though, so look for updates in the coming weeks.
I hope someone that loves these little delicacies gives it a shot and leaves some thoughts.
Thanks go to all the great people over on the DIY_Ejuice group over on discord for holding my hand at the beginning of my journey into DIY. You guys are the best.
Decided to make a Tropical Ice Cream with Fresh03. Went down the coconut/lime road and went with some Rum for a great boozy flavor.
Vienna Cream/Vanilla Swirl/Holy Vanilla: The ice cream base. After about a 5-7 day steep time, the vienna cream settles down and turns into a beautiful flavor and lends itself to a great ice cream flavor. Swirl/holy are used for the heavy vanilla that I love, and the swirl helps blend a lot of this together.
The two coconuts I take from HashSlingingSlasher from Leche de Coco. Its a beautiful coconut pairing.
The two limes I use for a heavy sweet lime. The lime wedge is a tad higher because after the steep, it fades very hard. I wanted it present in the final taste but not heavy.
The rum is just that, a beautiful spiced rum and pairs well with the tropical flavors to add something special
This is a simple passion fruit vape that just tastes darn good! on the inhale you get a sweet bright vibrant passion fruit with a slightly floral and orange finish .
Good off the shake better 3 days - tested and developed on an reload RDA at 55W
So you may be thinking WHY OH WHY did I add back bar bitters to this . Well the back bar bitters by FLv seems to me like an orange bitters , which traditionally have made from the peels of Seville oranges, cardamom, caraway seed, coriander and burnt sugar in an alcohol base., and create a unique pairing against the bright tropical notes of the passion fruit.
The combination of passion fruit and yellow passion fruitcreate a lovely authentic passion fruit . I wanted some more of the orange note I get from the passion fruit so I used that higher but you can use it as a 50/50 . The yellow passion fruit provides more of a tart finish that I used at a slightly lower percent
Coconutwas used for some body and creamy notes, to help blend the mix rather then a dairy cream
Back bar bitters are used for that bitter orange note that picks up on the orange from the passion fruit. It also adds some darker spices that get the tropical fruit to pop . it is noticeable in the exhale and make for a really interesting finish
Add sweetner to your liking I added .5% of FLV sweetness to mine
Coconut custard and Tobacco... I wanted a tobacco that would be prominent Kentucky blend does a good job at that and Red burley to back it up .The custard is pretty basic my go to Capella v1 and Cap NY cheesecake & Flavorah vanilla pudding purilum super sweet @ .25% just enough to blend everything together. I do have another version of this recipe with FA almond if that's your thing add 1%
The hazelnut cream, butter cream and sweet coconut make up the nutmilk part of this ice cream. Vienna cream and Fa Vanilla ice cream give it the ultra smooth vanilla ice cream notes. Fa Cream fresh adds some additional light milk notes. The warm drizzle on top is made up of brown sugar with a touch of pumpkin spice.
This mix needs a good steep 10 days minimum best after 2+ weeks for the Vienna Cream, Fa Gelato and Cream Fresh to blend into the nutty notes and steep into one solid smooth ice cream.
Polar Blast optional at 0.10%
Sweetener optional at 0.25%
This is an all Flavorah recipe if you have been checking out my recipes I love Ry4 and all the different flavors. A creamy sweet luscious vape the coconut really sets in around day 7 blending perfectly with the butterscotch, caramel & tobacco's .I could keep revisiting this but I'm happy with this recipe as it is..