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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.
Vape Pockee by Drip Social clone. Almost impossible to find anymore so I decided to make my own "clone" or variation that I feel is a close enough facsimile for my palette. I feel like the original has a LOT more sweetener in it, but I much prefer it with more flavor, less sweetener. Speed/heat steep doesn't seem to do much to this stuff, but time definitely morphs it. 5 day steep seems to really make it pop, but even as SNV it's pretty excellent. If you sub Rick's with CAPS Super Sweet make sure you cut it in half as the super sweet really is... super sweet, lol! Maltol used to brighten the berries and keep them strong after steep.
14 day steep and this stuff sweetens up a LOT. The strawberry has stayed strong and the creaminess/graham is evident on the exhale. 21 days and it really sits well on the palette. Strawberries on the inhale, cream and biscuit on the exhale with a lot of sweetness, but not like a frosting or crunchy either... just, sweet! 28 days and it's full on flavor packed and ready for vaping.
As a side note... This juice is INCREDIBLY easy on coils for what it is. Whether it's a sub tank, RDA or what have you, I've been getting an extremely long coil life on everything I've put this in. An example: Crown IV tank with a mesh coil, 4000 puffs, >200mls of juice, still same coil, same taste and no build up. It's delightful!
(Post up your adaptations or suggestions please!)
A thick creamy Pistachio Pudding with the right amount of sweetness.
Let's get the easiest stuff out of the way. I chose EM as my sweetener because it tends to thicken custards/puddings in addition to providing sweetness.
The pistachio portion of my pudding is formed with FA Almond, INW Marzipan, and of course TFA Pistachio. I purposely did NOT use FA Marzipan, as INW's version provides a more creamy feel.
Our 'pudding' base is formed with both FLV Vanilla Pudding and INW Shisha Vanilla. The INW SV adds a slight boost to the vanilla pudding which was very useful in this recipe.
STEEP: 9 DAYS(steeping with this particular mix is a must!)
As always, please dont use free offerings of recipes for commercial gain & dont post to other websites without permission.
Nectarine apricot and passion fruit are the main notes. Enhanced with Fa orange to brighten the nectarine a little bit of lemon lime for the Sorbet aspect and marzipan for the sweetness. EM serves as an emulsifier and gives you a sweet exhale aspect of sorbet without the sweetness of Sucralose that would turn it into a candy.
Sweetener is optional I would say keep it under 0.5%
Polar Blast and WS23 are optional at around 0.5%
If you want to add cream and keep the integrity of the mix I recommend FA Custard for the creamy lemon notes at 0.75% with Cream Fresh at 0.25%
If you want it deeper add a touch of Brandy at 0.50% to 1.0%
Giant raspberry/blackberry gumdrop candy. Has wings and laser eyeballs. Is powerful giant from space. Does collateral damage + battle. This is Dropra, your Quixotic deity in red and black.
HS Blueberry, INW Cactus, and TPA Sweet Raspberry to the core. When your honor and your city are at stake, Dropra will fight to preserve your honor.
WF Dweeb Candy adds the armor coating of tart, tiny, nerd-like spheres. Crisp surface tension and crisp flavor, right up front. If looks could kill, it wouldn’t be Dropra’s fault. He respects innocence! Hence the sweeteners.
Dropra’s ornamental exoskeleton is filled with some sort of ...mysterious ... space goo. Thin outer layers of pineapple gummy bear (27 Bears) form a big fat sack around a sloshy core of soapy stirred jello (Jelly Candy). And ...I suppose there’s gotta be some glands in there, pumping the hormones of heroism that drive him? Oh right, we already covered that with the berries and cactus.
A much BETTER version of my $100 Strawberry Custard
FA Premium Custard is the most realistic custard on the market, hands down. Where CAP VC is oftentimes too eggy and weird tasting(though I enjoy the HELL out of it), FA's version is perfection. TFA Ethyl Maltol is used here because frankly, EM does a better job at not only sweetening custards, but also performs double duty by thickening custards.
Recommended steep: 7 days(but good fresh)
Recommended VG: 80%
Please don't use this recipe for commercial gain