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Honey infused tobacco topped of with a custard cream biscuit.
No the percentages of the honey's is not a joke. I asure you.
This has been my ADV for the better part of a year now.
I mix 500 ml and a soon as i open a jar. I mix the next as a steep of three weeks is a minimum.
Just gets better with time.
The creator of the "Custard cream the biscuit" i nicked the percentages from is @opensauce
I am forever greatful.
So how did this come to be?
A year or so back i got a bottle of the VGOD Cubano Black shortfill and was instantly hooked.
I bought more and more and then some more. Guzzling a 50 ml bottle in two three days.
ADV was translated in to adictive beyond control.
My wallet was just not agreeing with this. Should i sell my car? My bike, or maby the wife and dog?
I had dabbled some with diy. With the results you could expect from a guy that hits it with a sledge if the hammer dont do it.
So i started to scan the net. Nope and nope. No clones to find there.
Ok. Now what?
I started to buy tobacco essences. And actualy did single flavour test samples.
During, me and my wife enjoyed going trough Chef's oneshots. Perticulary the custard ones.
So to the accident.
One day i took 40% of finished Chef's Custard Cream. Poured the tobacco notes i thought would fit.
Hit the honey's with the sledgehammer. Cubano Silver did have honey, Did it not?
And voila. A clone?
I think not.
But happy as a pig in a puddle of mud. I could proudly say that this was good enough to save the car, bike, wife and dog.
And now that i found @opensauce premium recipe for custard cream.
That i find actually better than the chef's one. Sry chef's.
I can present it to you in a form that you can actually mix.
Remember boys and girls.
Steep it for at least three weeks.
Its not bad or offensive but just bland and pointles as a SNV.
That Game of Scones show was so much fun everyone ! Mine turned out soft and sweet and I love it !
FA Cookies/Cap Sugar Cookie = they make a nice scone, buttery yet still a little dry. Let it steep a week for it to really come out.
FLV Milk & Honey/FA Honey = a really nice and sweet honey for drizzled on my scone.
CAP Horchata = for that little roughness you get on the back of your teeth when you eat a scone and that lovely milky cinnamony goodness in my scone.
Enjoy, be Queer and vape on !
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A super smooth woodsy type tobacco with a sweet shot of Honey.
Western (TFA) - An old school tobacco flavour that just seems to have a timeless tobacco nuance. This makes up the primary note of this recipe at 3.5%
Red Oak (TFA) and Graham Cracker (CAP) - Used here to bend the main tobacco note with a touch of spice and coconut
Honey (FA) - This just brings in the delicious note to this recipe.
As always, the feedback from those that mix this up would be greatly appreciated.
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Attention!!! Do not use FA Honey at 1%. We used a 10% dilution of FA honey at 1%. See video below for more info.
This is a collaborative creation by DEVELOPED: Skiddlz, AlfredPudding, Max Savage, Graham, and folkart.
This is a gelato-style avocado ice cream with honey and hints of coconut. Full Development Notes on DEVELOPED Ep. 3 https://youtu.be/c1WkS0i1LXc
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FA HONEY IS AT A 10% PG DILUTION. DO NOT...I REPEAT...DO NOT USE FA HONEY AT .5%, IT MUST BE DILUTED TO 10% BEFORE YOU USE IT! ALSO, FA VANILLA ICE CREAM IS ALSO CALLED GELATO VANIGLIA.
With that said, "What the hell is Honey Butter Ice Cream?". Well, it was an idea that came to me on one of those sleepless nights. I don't think it's even a real thing but I thought the pairings of honey and butter with a rich ice cream would make for a delectable, decadent, desert. So, I went for it.
Recently I mixed a recipe by The eJuice Fairy(Jennifer Winstead) where she used FA Vanilla Ice Cream. I had never used it before but was very surprised how rich, creamy, and "clean" or "bright" it was. I chose this flavoring because I wanted a "bright" ice cream to make some separation from the buttery honey notes and it was the perfect choice.
WF Caramel Butter is such a rich flavoring. It adds both butter and a complimentary caramel to bolster the FA Honey. Please note: I DID NOT USE 0.5% FA HONEY. I used a 10% dilution of FA Honey, so please don't use it straight from the bottle at .5%, it's way too strong.
The CAP Vanilla Custard is there to give a bit of a mouth-feel and "compress" the ice cream, much like a home-made ice cream, not like a soft-serve ice cream. The FLV Cream is there to add a bit of vanilla and body as well.
Just a bit of CAP SS to lift up things a bit.
It was a lot of fun creating something that doesn't really exist in real life and I hope you will enjoy it as much as I do.
This can be a shake and vape but it's best to steep it for 2-5 days.
I hope you will mix, comment, and or rate, it make us all better mixers. :)
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Jen Jarvis asked if I would like to make a fantasy based mix for her show. This is part of a multi show series she is doing. It sounded like so much fun, I was happy to take part. I decided to base a flavor off of Sephiroth from FF7. He is dressed in black and grey, reminding me of a black tea. What goes well with black tea, but some honey. I enjoy floral teas as well; enjoying rose, I decided to add that. Most of all, I enjoy ice cream. So how about an amalgamation of all this! I decided to make a rose water, black tea ice cream with honey.
Week 38 of The Year of Mixing -- This week was French Macarons and I went soft and light in terms of flavors. The honey blends into the base cookie flavors, and the lavender cream layers in right between it. It works okay shake and vape, but it really all comes together after at least a 3 day steep, and really blends fully out after about 10 days. Once the creams smooth out into the lavender that is when it feels like it's steeped out.