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Deschain
Has 16 recipes, 0 public recipes.
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User: Deschain Score: None Entered: over 2 years ago
Oida!
User: Deschain Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Definitely amazing, great job on the recipe. The flavor profile is spot on. Some people seem to think the rum is a little too much, I found it to be the perfect amount, it adds quite a bit to its authenticity IMO.
User: Deschain Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Amazing recipe, really good job. Can't say much about it that hasn't already been said. Just take the dive and get the flavors if you're tired of the usual and are looking for a unique juice experience.
User: Deschain Score: 4 Entered: over 2 years ago
Not bad at all, yet can't help but personally feel like something is a bit lacking. Though I'm thinking a cheesecake version of this with some graham cracker might be better for me personally.
User: Deschain Score: 4 Entered: over 2 years ago
I'm giving this 4 stars because while it is delicious, I don't find it to be an ADV style recipe. I definitely enjoy it once in a while in the dripper, but once a day or so.
User: Deschain Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
I've only steeped it for a day as the recipe suggests, and it tasted pretty damn good as is. Some simpler recipes have a "not quite there" profile, but I don't get this from the recipe as all.
User: Deschain Score: 4 Entered: over 2 years ago
I've vaped quite a bit of this stuff, it's quite good. I've also tried the earlier version of this, the BRY4 Bourbon IIRC. I'm giving it a 4-star review but the only reason is because I find the flavor to be a bit too weak, so I'll try upping the total flavoring for myself next time I mix this. On the other hand, it should be a huge compliment that I've mixed this 3-4 times (including the earlier variant), because I almost never mix most recipes that I try again, since I'm one of those people that doesn't really have an ADV and just keeps mixing new shit all the time. So good job on the recipe!
User: Deschain Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
I think I'm in love. Amazing recipe, good job man! Some details for those still not sure about the recipe. The primary flavor above all in the recipe is Classic for Pipe Dark, which is just an absolutely lovely pipe tobacco flavor that is very spicy and earthy compared to the other for Pipe series from Inawera. I think some people enjoy Black for Pipe over this one, which is a very similar flavor, but personally I like Dark better than Black for Pipe. Most of the other flavors in the recipe help with sweetness and creaminess. If you've never tried a tobacco recipe like this before, this might not sound too appealing, but it is most definitely a very delicious result IMO. If you're looking for a different kind of taste and are only missing a flavor or two this is definitely worth a shot. Also, if you don't have Liquid Amber I feel this ingredient is not 100% essential in my humble opinion, but it'll certainly help.
User: Deschain Score: 4 Entered: over 2 years ago
I think this is a nice recipe, though I think the 1 day of steeping that is recommended isn't quite enough. It's vapeable at that point, but IMO some more steeping time helps, maybe a week minimum. Other than that, I've made this recipe as a way to use my Double Chocolate (Clear), and it's a fine use for it. But I would certainly not recommend the flavor, so if you don't have it, don't go out of your way to buy this flavor, it's mediocre at best.
User: Deschain Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
I love this recipe. I've mixed many PB recipes but I like this one much better over others that I have tried. The only thing I haven't tried yet is the PB Cereal recipe released by Charlie Noble. The only problem is of course the juice starts to taste muddled over time, but that seems to be a problem with TFA Peanut Butter, and not a problem with the recipe itself.
User: Deschain Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
As the man said himself, it's pipe tobacco with syrup. To me, it's more on the sweet side than it is on the tobacco side, but still very enjoyable. I'm just hoping that the new formulation of Gold Ducat won't be a catastrophe and this recipe will still be usable without any substitutions or reformulation. UPDATE: As was recommended in the recipe, I've also tried this recipe without the caramel and brown sugar, and so far I've been enjoying it even more without. Otherwise the recipe IMO is too sweet for a pipe tobacco style recipe. I suggest trying both to see what works best for you.
User: Deschain Score: 3 Entered: over 2 years ago
I've steeped this for over 2 weeks now. I've tried it earlier as well, and to me it doesn't feel like the taste changed that drastically in the mean time. For now, I just can't seem to taste the defined profile in the description. It doesn't taste awful or anything, it just doesn't seem to taste like anything specific to me, like it's a mish-mash of the flavors above and they just don't really come together to make a recognizable taste.
User: Deschain Score: 4 Entered: about 2 years ago
First off, I should mention that I've never had Green Tea Kit Kat IRL, only the regular version. I find that some more steeping time was needed than the recommended 2 days. I would say at least a week. The reason is because all I could taste at the beginning was basically the green tea and nothing else. Other than that, it is a pretty solid recipe overall, it's just not my thing. To me, it definitely has that "you'll either love it or hate it" kind of taste.
User: Deschain Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
Haven't had a custard in quite a while, and after the recommended steeping period I have found this to be an excellent custard, the Creme Brulee here seems to do a lot in this recipe. I was missing Cake Batter so I actually omitted it in my batch and I find that it still tastes damn good.
User: Deschain Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Simple but very good recipe. As DataNotAnecdotes himeself has pointed out, it's a good base to build upon and experiment, even though I haven't done so myself yet, I'm thinking cherry. Either way, the recipe stands very well on its own. For the record, I would recommend at least a week of steeping myself, preferably 2.
User: Deschain Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Normally I don't immediately review a liquid I mixed only a few hours ago, but I have to make an exception here. Very lovely recipe, even without steeping. For the record, didn't have FA Polar Blast so used Koolada at a lower percent. Very tasty!
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