A decadent, rich and creamy Creme Brulee married with a sweet & fragrant apple pie filling.
This was inspired by the delicious apple combo used in Dunked Apples by @silky, which is, by far, the best apple combo for use in swweet, bakery and tobacco style recipes.
The bruleee base is sompliments of my, well used, 1-2-3 brulee stone which encapsulates a Creme Brulee perfectly in every sense. I have been using this base for a very long time and tend to never bore of it. I occasionally have it ‘straight’, without any additional flavouring, to remind me of its magnificence! Simply put, it is decadent vanilla custard crowned with caramlised sugar.
FA Fuji is the undisputed king of apples and here, it does all the heavy lifting on the apple front. Sweet, crispy and uber realistic, FA Fuji précis a Fuji apple uncannily. The INW apple brings a sweet apple juice type vibe to the party and boosts the Fuji’s sweetness to create a stunning apple combo.
FLV apple filling is a McDonalds apple pie in a bottle and serves its purpose very accurately. It provides a bakery cinnamon flavour with a wonderfully rich, baked apple sweetness. Do not venture any higher here as the cinnamon will dominate but not as aggressively as FLV Rich Cinnamon. Used sparingly, this will add a new dimension to your bakeries and perhaps tobacco?
Gives this baby 5 days or so to settle in.
I enjoyed this on a single coil SST 0.25ohm at 60w on a Recurve RDA.
Welcome to possibly my most left of field type of profile I have ever created.
Thanks to the numerous mentions of many flavours found in this recipe to Concrete river. He has created enough intrigue for me to at least try these flavours. However as usual I like challenging myself to take things up a level and see how I can use these in a recipe effectively. I am really glad I did because I think I have found a really pleasant fruity IPA beer like stone with the combination of FA Liquid Amber, FLV GInger Peach, VT Bitters & Yakima Hops. I wanted to add something a little refreshing to this so hence I added some Apple Cider, Cherimoya, Persian Lime & Mixed Mint. These additions bring some depth of fruity contrast to this as the lime cuts through with the fresh notes from the mint. There was NO layering going on here! This was purely a blend and learning what and how each flavour played together till I came up with something intriguing yet enjoyable. However I don't wish to understate this recipe or be pretentious, IMO its enjoyable!!
Tell me what you think & regardless just enjoy mixing something you enjoy!!!
Let me know your thoughts and most of all just enjoy mixing ? DIY because it's the best creative artform in the world!!
"Together, Let's Discover!!!"
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/diydownunder/
Discord - https://discord.gg/kH4Fqbc
Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/c/diydownunder
Website - https://www.diydownunder.com/
Instagram IGTV : @diydownunder
If you've ever had one of the Japanese candies, Mango Hi Chew, this is a very, very close replica of those candies. Sweet, slightly floral, juicy mango with hints of green notes and a touch of a melon note and the peach that rounds out and softens the mangos. Great shake and vape, steeps out into it's final state at about a week. Definite a good one to mix a big batch and vape as it steeps out.