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A Vanilla Custard Caramel Tobacco recipe that worked out great!
Starting with the vanilla custard base, INW Custard + CAP Vanilla Custard + TPA Vanilla Swirl complement each other to create a staple vanilla custard. Adding TPA French Vanilla Creme and TPA French Vanilla Deluxe on a 1:1 ratio, add both the extra vanilla needed and bring a second layer of delicate creaminess along.
TPA Western is the way to go for the VCT profile, and adding just a little INW US Red Mix makes this recipe different from other VCTs, bringing a different dimension to the leathery american tobacco notes.
Finally, RY4 is added for the needed maltol and also as a bridge to the VT Honeycomb, creating a nice butterscoth note.
Give it at least 6-7 days of steeping to develop!
P.S. INW US Red Mix could be ommited, but if you have it or have easy access to it I really recommend you to give it a try.
A creamy, tangy and sweet lemon pudding.
Lemon Sicily and Juicy Lemon make a great lemon flavour in combination, with the tang from lemon sicily being smoothed out by the juicy lemon and creating a beautiful dessert lemon flavour.
I used Lemon Meringue Pie as a bridge into the creams (which form the pudding layer of the recipe), as it has a hint of creaminess and Meringue to add sweetness.
For the creams, I wanted something light, flavourful and sweet, but that wasn't overpowering and would support the lemon. This is a combination I have used to good effect in other recipes, and it seems to work well here.
VT pudding base rounds the whole thing off, adding a lovely mouth feel and roundness to the vape.
This needs a couple of weeks to steep and get to the sweet spot, but I have been trying it since I made it and it is really good so far.
I would appreciate any feedback! 😊
Edit: a friend has told me that this is extremely similar to/a clone of Milkman's Pudding. I haven't tried it, but if you have and you liked it, give this a go.
Been working on this recipe for a while now and I’m getting close to the original this is my best attempt so far but I still feel it needs a little more work. Please critique it and let me no your opinion. This does taste pretty good straight off the shake but it really benefits from a good 2-week Steep to allow the creams to develop. ENJOY 🙂
Intended to send this in for my 2nd August's Mixers Club entry but will be sending something else. Still, It's a lazy ass mix that simply tastes good.
I went with the plainest tobaccos I could find. Sweet dessert baccos with fairly simple profiles and medium to light body on top of a malty hazelnut butterscotch pudding base.
Shout out to one of my favorite bands that I was blasting the entire time I was thinking this mix up. If you like groovy, doomy and fuzzy metal, check out Windhand! The sheer heaviness and droning fuzz of their music helped inspire me to create a thick and malty recipe to chain vape while listening to their stuff. The title of this mix is taken from one of their recently released songs.
A creamy caramel cigar fit for a filthy gunslinger. It changes a lot in the first week or so, give it some time.
JF RY4D - better than tfa. A bit more tobacco, cleaner vanilla and caramel.
FA caramel + butterscotch - takes a short steep but once they mature it turns into a goopy sticky caramel drizzle.
TFA FVC - It's malty, rich mouth coating vanilla but not as thick and eggy as custard. Definitely underrated, I put that shit on everything.
INW TA Cuban Cigar - straight no frills cigar wrapper leaf flavor. Light, leathery, no bull shit.
INW 555 + FLV Red Burley - primary filler tobaccos for the cigar, 555 adds that nuttiness and Red Burley melds similar notes with a dark, rich and earthy filler. Perfect intersection of profiles.
INW DNB - you're gonna have a cigar and not smoke it? Light that thang up, Blondie.
so i am a big admirer of shyndo i watch most of the youtube stuff he does and respect the mans attitude towards other mixers and the way he addresses questions even tho they are some times trivial. i wanted to make his mango sticky rice but didn't have any of the ingredients to do so. so i chucked this together and it has come out sweet not sure if it is better than his (probably not lol) but is quite tasty and authentic considering the limited flavours i have in my stash. some i wish i had would have been a sweet coconut and i know heaps of people have the vta mango and are raving about it so maybe try this with them if you have those.
also i probably over complicated this recipe and could have left out the zeppola and suggar cookie but they seemed like a good idea at the time and i am trying to use up my sugar cookie before it goes bad and it came out good enough for me to share this with the world.