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Tastes like a moonpie ice cream sandwich but you replaced the marshmallow with vanilla ice cream.
I threw this together for my husband's pod and it actually came out pretty well. The chocolate isnt quite as pronounced and the graham just kind of makes the ice cream seem like they used a heavier cream but it's tasty either way.
For him I used some of the precious lb lava cake v1 but I can see v2 working in it's place because its just to bend the graham a bit into a chocolate graham direction.
This was a recipe in development and I finally got it where I wanted it. As soon as you inhale the first thing you will get is the granola graham crackers and on the exhale you will find the apples in cinnamon with a creamy greek yogurt and I find it very delicious give this a mix and tell me whatcha think guys
The Cheesecake/Ice Cream layer is nice and thick, heavy and rich which lingers on your tong for a long time after each draw. The biscuit crust backs it up very nicely and encapsulating the whole thing is the satisfying and dark RY4
In this day and age the amount of flavouring might seem a lot but but each one is here for a reason and the recipe (for my pallet) really works. I took some inspiration from Brian Rileys “Cannoli Be One Rmx” and “John Nathan’s Pesonal RY4” which I really love. These recipes push the levels of flavouring to a luxurious level which I really enjoy
The contrast between the RY4 and the creams is so stark that IMO it needed a lot of blending to bring them together to smooth out the hard edge of the RY4 and make it work with the Ice Cream/cheesecake. All of the different elements in this recipe work together to achieve this
I’m the early days of its creation I started out with something very different so I made some drastic changes and Suddenly hit on something which made me jump up and down with excitement. After that I made many variations on this until I went full circle and came right back to first “good version” and found with a few small tweaks it really needed nothing more. I experience a full bodied experience with a beginning, body and finish with a dense mouth feel
I put the steep at 10 days which it absolutely needs, before that it is watery and flat but after 10 days the transformation is night and day. It gets superr thick, heavy and full with a really prominent and pleasing mouth feel. Also the RY4 blends and mellows into its true form. It really is surprising how much it changes in this time so if you mix it please don’t get disheartened before giving it the full amount of time
To test I used a Single coil flavour RDA (Hussar RDA 2.0) with a tri core alien on a mech squonker at 0.24 ohms
well my buddy wanted JUST a dank ass graham cracker. And my mixing capabilities are like "you sure you dont want peanut butter or cheesecake or custard or somethin!?" And he said "nope just a graham cracker please".
Fw graham cracker is my favorite. Its a wonderful honey vanilla graham cracker. Cap graham cracker fills it out. Inw biscuit adds to the cracker aspect, keeps it dry n crunchy n slightly buttery.
Vta honeycomb and inw shisha vanilla are here to boost the depth of the graham cracker flavor!
My buddy really likes this stuff and it smells soooo good.
Super sweeten to your preferences. .25%-.5% for a graham cracker is plenty.
Vta honeycomb can be bumped to 1.5 if you want a lil more of a honey note.
Steep time: literally 3-5 hours later this juice will change color and is ready to go.
This is a Graham Cracker Cereal and Milk.
For the cereal/graham layer i went with a combination of FW graham cracker at 2% for a nice amount of body from the cracker and backed it up with CAP graham cracker for a little bit of the cinnamon cracker note and just to round out the "graham". With CAP Cereal 27 to bend it towards a cereal and some FLV toffee to add some nuance at .5% really helps the graham cracker out.
I used a layer for the milk as suggested to me by Jennifer Winstead and since i trust her x1000 i used her suggestions for a good "cereal milk" and added my graham cereal layer to it.
This is my take on a deep fried Cinnamon sugar dusted churro with vanilla ice cream finished with a caramel drizzle, it’s a recipe I’ve been toying with for a couple of weeks and finally feel it’s exactly where I want it. It delivers on all aspects of the profile and is extremely satisfying and even more so moorish! If your a fan of doughnut/ice cream/desert profiles then don’t sleep on this one as the feed back I’ve had from my customers have been excellent so far. Give it a mix and if you enjoy my work please be so kind to leave a short review and rating for all to see. Happy mixing guys and gals and stay safe. 💙
Graham Crackers, drenched in Sweet Milk!
Using (CAP) Graham Cracker at 3% & (TPA) Graham Cracker Clear at 4% creates a crunchy texture with slight hints of Cinnamon.
The (CAP) Sugar Cookie at 5% fills out the Graham Cracker, while also providing some softness to the center of the Graham Cracker.
(TPA) Dulce De Leche at 2% is just little enough to pull out the Milk, and paired with (FA) Custard Premium at 4% helps boost the Vanilla & Caramel notes both from the (CAP) Graham Cracker & Dulce De Leche, and at the same time helps add sweetness and a nice silky mouthfeel to the Milk.
Feel free to adjust your desired ratio of (CAP) Super Sweet.
RESULT: Crunchy Graham Crackers, with a sweet Milky finish.
I can't seem to put this one down. I hope you enjoy this as much as I do!
HAPPY MIXING, & HAPPY VAPING!!! :)