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Lo mejor de las dos versiones del Don Juan Reserve unidas en una sola receta...pastel de chocolate, nueces pecanas, galletas Graham y cremoso helado de vainilla.
En ésta receta podrás distinguir perfectamente todos esos matices y ningún sabor predomina sobre los demás, haciendo reconocibles todas sus notas.
Si tienes debilidad por el Don Juan este eliquid te encantará, y si no eres muy aficionado no te dejará indiferente.
Espero que disfrutéis del hermano mayor de este riquísimo eliquid.
okay this is my vanilla tobacco but with cavendish and no vanilla bacco - should be good I think - wouldnt mind a review LOL :) I used cavendish instead of FLV arabian tobacco and just nixed the vanilla bacco - but otherwise same recipe - this is for folks who REALLY enjoy tobacco cuz Im guess ing its strongly of tobacco - still need to try it but wanna wait a day at least.
Was at a brunch and they were serving Crepes with a Cointreau sauce( orange liquor) , and it was just plain old YUMMY . So this was my attempt at capturing this and it comes really darn close
WF Crepes is just a great sweet pancake/ crepe base with out any additional maple syrup notes but needs a touch of texture to add those darker notes. So I added a bit of FA joker for that darker fried edges and it works perfect thanks @starsandclouds for that recommendation. I think you could use FA biscuit, or even hazelnut at a low percent to capture that as well
WF croissant and CAP butter peacn adds those lovely creamy butter notes and body that I wanted to add here The butter pecan also add some more texture
VT Orange Marmalade, FA Rum and VT golden syrup create the orange sauce . Golden syrup is like a sweet generic pancake syrup that is really useful here adding that sticky sweet sort of mouth feel to the Rum and Orange marmalade . I used rum rather then brandy here as I did not want the other fruit notes that brandy can have and i wanted some of the darker spice notes from the rum
I used FW sweetener here at 0.05%
NOTES/SUBS while Joker is not needed it does add the darker crunch to the crepe . Any dark cookie note could work at a low percent . if you want more of an orange pop top note you can a dd another orange/ citrus of your liking to the Orange marmalade. I did not want the orange to take over but to be more of a accent note .
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day 2 this is a very pleasant vape - mild and flavorful - 5 days - same mild and flavorful - okay this recipe is a good one now... I can only imagine it getting better with a longer steep but at 5 days it's really nice. I had wanted more cinnamon but not overpowering as it is you cannot really make out the cinnamon but the flavors here do come together to produce a great vape. It's just like the title - vanilla tobacco - and it seems just super simple even though the recipe has all this stuff in it - the vape seems very basic - vanilla tobacco LOL
Made for my BF but I really like it too - just plain old custard pie really - but it is soo yummy - even straight off the shake. The cap custard and tpa custard are the stars with pie crust and biscuit backing them up then adding caramel and butter pecan to give it interest. I now add supersweet to almost everything at .25% because I do believe it is kinda like salt - it brings flavors forward. I used to avoid sugar but if you use just a little it won't gunk up your coils.
Okay the person had said no custard. I wonder if that means no creams too..... Anyway still mixing for that person - here I have strawberries and cherry crush and butter pecan as the higher numbers and then as back up players the tangerine, coconut, almond, blood orange, vanilla and blueberry. Should be a-okay to vape straight away right? Couldn't find quite the right free photo but this should do,