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So, I didn't have everything for MaxSavage's Golden Boy, but it sounded delicious. Therefore, I mixed his idea with my Long Gone Lonesome Blues (minus the blueberries and lemon), adding what I had that was "all things golden." Thus, Stay Gold, Ponyboy was born . . . I thought I would share. I've been vaping it all week on the ride to and from work and felt like it was ready to share . . . not to mention, after a long week, I've had a few and have been listening to Dinosuar Jr's You're Living All Over Me and Sonic Youth's Sister on repeat . . . 1987 was a truly a golden year for music. I'm feeling my oats.
This is a dessert tobacco . . . a creamy, golden dessert tobacco.
Honey Custard Tobacco
INW Gold for Pipe has a bit of metallic note that requires a bit of bending but the flavor itself is an incredible honey pipe tobacco that I've wanted to use for a while now. VT Golden Syrup brings that honey note found in Gold For Pipe forward, fills it out, and adds richness that was needed to blend both the honey and custard layer. OOO Creme Brulee is very toasted and creamy but lacked the true custard note which is where TFA Vanilla Custard comes in. I have struggled to find a custard that works well with tobaccos and overlooked TFA Vanilla Custard many times, but I find this to be my favorite custard in general for it's flexibility. FLV Fucking Native.. enough said. Anyone should know by now my love for FLV Native is beyond belief. It's an amazing dry tobacco that I've found hard not to put in any tobacco. If you don't have it, grab it, I love it. I really do love this mix with .6% FLV Virginia to add that light, spicy, golden tobacco flavor that really does fit with the honey profile... BUT with the help of Alfred Pudding going against my better judgement I went with FLV Kenutcky Blend at the same percentage because it adds that bold tobacco that provides a great balance of tobacco and custard.
This is the version I chose to release, if you like more custard than tobacco just bump the custard up to 1.5-2%. If you get pepper from TFA VC sub with FA Premium.
This is a collaborative creation by DEVELOPED: Skiddlz, AlfredPudding, Max Savage, Graham, and folkart.
This RY4 Custard is a medium Tobacco with a creamy custard and caramel notes. Full Development Notes on DEVELOPED Ep.1 https://youtu.be/8ATnCB3Pc4U
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Lemon creamy goodness with hints of blueberry.
I wanted to create this as the picture depicts. A creamy desert. Lemon ice cream like but not custard. I invisioned milk and heavy whipping cream based home made lemon ice cream with a little blueberry drizzle. To me the blueberry would only be a slight taste because it’s only a slight drizzle and mostly a semi sweet heavy whipped lemon ice cream base. I used black currant to keep the blueberries bright and the combination of blueberry extra and blueberry wild is a light blueberry combination that isn’t too much on the candy side I added a LA Lemonade because it’s a candy lemon flavor. I used tfa custard because it isn’t as vanilla heavy or as eggy as the other options. I enhanced it with cheesecake graham crust for texture and FA Custard for the Creamy lemon zest notes I added Vanilla Gelato because it has a real good ice cream type cream notes. A touch of yogurt brings a thickness to the ice cream without adding egg notes that heavy custard would bring. I have no idea what brought a buttery note to the table but there is definitely a buttermilk flavor in this mix.
Sweeten to taste. I personally think it would be good anywhere between 0.50% to 1.0% depending on your sweet tooth. (I used 0.5% FW sweetener)
NOT MY RECIPE...not altered..taken directly from https://diyordievaping.com/
Thanks Wayne for all you do!!! (DiyOrDie)
After a week of developing and roughly 30 different versions, I am confident this is a solid remix of Country Clouds Corn Bread Puddin’. There was a profile that was missing in every possible combination in previous versions. At first I went the popular TPA Kettle corn route to recreate the corn bread and wasn’t quite there. It was adding to much of a sweet dry popcorn note to the mix and not really giving that corn bread texture in the commercial version. I tried Flv popcorn, LA buttered popcorn, Tfa movie theater, Fw buttered popcorn the list goes on... even FA corn lol which pretty much canned corn. So I figured I needed to pretty much build the corn bread profile from the ground up and try to keep it simple and not complex from a commercial e-liquid stand point, thinking what would they use. Now this is where the tricky part comes into play “that underlying missing profile. Of course Acetyl Pyrazine is there but how much? Starting at .50% and combined with FA Break Fast Cereals seemed to work well in the first few mix’s but still was falling short. So doing some research on a specific compound Cyclotene I felt this was key. Cyclotene is found in a lot of concentrates we use but in low amounts but loaded with other compounds causing me to push a flavor to extremes and cause muddled off notes or muting. This is where Tpa Maple syrup comes in. It’s loaded with Cyclotene. This is what ties in the corn bread base. Now that’s out of the way, back to the cornbread. These are the failed attempts of the bread imo. FA breakfast cereal, Cap Cereal 27, Tpa Crunchy cereal. These were paired with some type of corn flavor and various creams or even pushing AP to its limits. So back to research still missing that profile. I needed a more buttery slight cream AP texture. This is where Tpa Cheesecake Graham comes in. I know right?!? But It has everything I need in texture, slight butter, sweetness, AP, a little cream and guess what else?? Cyclotene. So the Ap, CCGC and maple syrup/Ooo cornbread make up the cornbread. The Ooo corn bread gives it even more texture corn sweetness. Now the keeping it simple. I don’t get much pudding in the original just more of a heavy vanilla cream. Tpa Vanilla custard. This flavor is also key that pulls everything together to give the vape more body and nice vanilla accent to replicate the so called “pudding”. Don’t forget the sweetener!! Yes 1 percent to keep it authentic to the commercial version. Also keep in mind the AP is pushed to .75% I wouldn’t go over this!! it just takes over and mutes. You get plenty more from the CCGC. Off the scale you will taste the custard pushing through a little on the ass end of the vape. Giving it 24 hours it will homogenize and won’t be as noticeable. There is a lot more notes on other profiles in this but I tried to keep as condensed as possible. Enjoy this one.
I've been working on this for quite awhile. It's based off of my own memory of what Space Jam's Starship tasted like. That juice was one of my favorites when I first started vaping. The custard percentage may look high(as the total flavoring also looks high). But trust me on this. It's a helluva good vape!
Can be vaped after a 2-3 hour heat/speed steep. I put mine in a water-tight ziplock in extremely hot tap water. Every 1/2 hour, I would replace the water when it cooled while shaking the HELL out of the juice bottle.
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