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A Cannoli Even The Don would be impressed by...I'm a huge fan of Cannoli be one by Cassadega....As always sweeten to taste...This needs some work but when squeezing and smelling the original I get the same smell as this one so It's on the right path.I'm pretty sure the Vienna Cream is right but not sure at what percentage...I'm Open to any suggestions to try
07/11/19 After 3 week steep Nice Golden Color like the Original but way to sweet..
07/11/19 Remove/Lower or replace super sweet
07/12/19- Added 1 percent to (cap)Vanilla Custard now @ 2 percent
Added (Vt) Warm Custard @ 4 percent
Lowered Super Sweet to 0.25
A simple creamy vanilla coffee.
FLV Biscotti is the base coffee note - the INW Shisha and French Vanilla Ice Cream are meant to be the main vanilla notes but a small percentage of FLV Cream and FA Custard premium give this more body while adding the McCafe/Tim Hortons coffee feel.
3 days max steep IMO but good on the shake.
Most people get into tobaccos for the first time through ry4's. Wanting to make that leap forward into heavier tobaccos and have an easy way to move forward? Vanilla for pipe is a woody vanillaish light pipe flavor. By itself, it needs a little help to make the Ry4 profile. A little more caramel comes with FA Caramel which most people have in their collection of flavors. Boosting the vanilla notes is INW Vanilla Shisha. This is meant as a starting point for variations.
FA Caramel is a strong solid sweet caramel. Going lighter with it, you'll get maybe some RY3 ish ness. Swapping it out with some other caramels can produce a variety of results. None taste as solidly delightful to me as FA caramel which can hold up solidly when this is built off of with additional flavors.
INW Vanilla Shisha is also my preferred vanilla here. I tried Holy Holy sometimes at 1+% but i feel it gets lost in the mix when other things are added so I stopped trying. Also it's been reformulated, so there's that.
Vanilla for Pipe - I use this here anywhere between 1-2% depending on whether I add other notes or not. If I am to use the mix for a ry4 prominent profile, I will probably go VFP 1.5 and boost the dark tobaccos with Black or Dark for Pipe 0.5% to balance out lighter notes added to it, deepen the the tobacco notes, add complexity. FLV Red Burley added low can add some tobacco body and nutty notes while not making it a tobacco prominent mix and only increases in the bacco feel as you take it higher. FLV native is another additive to boost the tobacco notes here with success.
Vapeable off the shake but thin, weak, and doesn't get fleshed out until starting at Day 10. Day 14 is the minimum for me before I think it has started to mature. Full potential at 1 month especially if you've added complex flavors.
Please comment any tips, mods, subs, or suggestions.
Took my favourite INW tobaccos (the pair) and FLV ones (another pair) and mixed them, resulting in a surprinsingly balanced smooth real tobacco/cigar.
INW Classic for pipe Dark - gives bold character
INW Tobacco Absolute Garuda - adds the smooth cigar leaf
FLV Native - one of the greatest
INW Shisha Vanilla - adds smoothness, but hardly stands out
FA Black Fire - great smoke touch
Was going to use it as a base, but my pal says its great as it is. Enjoy!
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Simple. Dry, slightly buttery, shortbread cookies with a big fat drop of chewy, tangy and sweet orange marmalade. Just like grandma used to make.
First, I had the blood orange at 2% and it really took everything over. The cookie base by itself was mostly fine, not that you could taste it through the orange! The FA cookie is almost perfect on it's own for this kind of cookie. It really just needed a touch of vanilla and the inw biscuit brings that slight butteriness.
I had some help from Lil Kittybit on the diy_ejuice discord going over this recipe. He suggested dropping the orange to 0.5% since this particular FA flavor is rather potent. He was absolutely right. He also suggested some kind of thickening for the fruit layers. I already had meringue sitting on the sideline as a maybe here. We agreed that it might do the trick to bring down those bright, sharp orange bits just enough to make it jammy.
Right away: There is a sharp, almost floral -taste- that overpowers everything good about it. The cookie is very very dry. The orange sits completely separate from the cookie.
3 days: You can tell that everything is starting to settle but that perfumy-ness is still there. As the flavors mesh together, the mouth feel becomes a bit thicker and the initial OVER tanginess is becoming smoother almost like the jam melting and becoming that candy drop in the oven.
7 days: Most of the harshness is gone in the 10ml test however the larger, 120ml, batch definately needs more time.
14 days: The initial harshness has melted away. There is still a super light dry cookie on the inhale. The only wetness here is definitely coming from the chewy orange jam on the exhale, which no longer has that sharpness to it. Just smooth and sweet.
FA Corn is sweet creamed corn. The base of our corn bread. It's perfect for this recipe. Alfred convinced me to sub this in instead of HC Corn and it's a million times better. Thanks Alfred.
FLV Popcorn brings some more corn, some insane texture, and also a dark sweetness that resonates through the vape. Its kind of like caramel corn, and it works well.
CAP Cereal 27 brings even more corn. Also it really helps in the bread/texture department. With these 3 working together we get a very believable "corn" flavor, and they all work to beef up and sell the bread.
JF Yellow Cake finished the cornbread. It's sweet and thick and brings everything together nicely. Final touch, and also brings a tad of vanilla.
FA Custard Premium + INW Shisha Vanilla come together as our pudding. If you don't have Custard Premium, get it. It's basically the bomb. It's thick, eggy and rich. It's Vanilla Custard. Very, very delicious. Shisha Vanilla is a nice vanilla cream that thickens up our pudding. It's bright and forgiving. But let's be serious, this is a custard disguised as a pudding.
One of my favorite vanillas, simply because of how versatile it is, especially when used with creams. This is a very creamy, light vanilla with a nice sweetness about it. When I say light I don't mean light in flavor, but light in profile, as opposed to dark. You definitely get some nice vanilla, but it's not quite as dark of a vanilla as say FA Bourbon Vanilla or McCormick's Vanilla Extract (lul). This flavoring adds some decent creamy body, smoothness, and a touch of vanilla sweetness to a mix. IDK about you but that's exactly the kind of thing I want to bring to a cream party.