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A simple mix of some of my current favorite flavors this year with time on my hands been mixing alot I think this turned out pretty tasty stay safe everyone.....😷😎 *you can substitute TPA Ry4 double @5% I just prefer jungle ry4 for this recipe it's hella stronger with a slight raisin note that mixed well with aged bourbon cream & black honey....
This recipe uses Salted Caramel Fantasy from Chefs Flavours, not VT Salted Caramel. I used it low because it is indeed very salty and can overtake the mix. This low it adds a touch of saltiness to accent the sweetness. It is a coil gunker at 1.5% and, straight up, too salty (I've got it in an old school RTA - the Ubertoot 2 Coppervape clone, and will update how gunky this gets after, at minimum, 15mL through the same coil/cotton). I think you could do without it altogether and still thoroughly enjoy this recipe . . . or change it up entirely and make this to fit your palate. It also use the now defunct Holy Vanilla . . . replace it with your favorite vanilla or leave it out . . .your call. The Butter Pecan, Roasted Hazelnut, Butterscotch combo really sets off the RY4 flavor profile.
All Tan Everything by Das Racist was the inspiration for the name.
Tan John Belushi in Coogi, dipping in Coochie
Tan Chris Farley in Gucci smoking on doobies
Tan Three Stooges, your style amateur
All tan botanical fanatic; saboteur
With the Thandie Newton-type tan chick
Your man sick, I'm known to eat a sandwich
Last tan nobleman of the last apocalypse
On the acropolis, a metropolis , poppin' shit
Out my esophagus, no, my voice box
Das Racist, we kinda like rap noise pop
Mad rhymes, finna blow up like landmines
All tan everything, shout out to tanlines
All tan khaki king, last white mogul
All you see is rupees when you Google
Rubies in his doo-doo, emeralds in his turban
Nervous, swervin' in the Suburban in Durban
All tan mans, stay tangent to Tanzania
With a Mia Farrow-looking sparrow to help me re-up
Stixx Mixx Dark fire = KENTUCKY VIRGINIAN as it isnt on ATF.
Vanilla milk and caramel with a hint of actual Kentucky flue cured tobacco leaf. This award-winning flavor can be best described as the King of Tobacco. A caramel vape-uccino with subtle tobacco on the exhale.
If you haven't got the DIYFS Holy Grail and Vanilla V1s you should do well with V2s, although it wouldnt have the same complexity it will still be pretty tasty and sure will be creamier.( mind that some % tweaking might be needed due to flavour muting and intesity of the concentrates)
I can't remeber the sweetness on the original Django but 0.25% super sweet or a low amount of other sweeteners will make the flavour more sarurated and full so it wont hurt feel free to adjust.
This ejuice has so much story behind .. Long story short,
TPD, Changed the eliquid flavour, NETs.
So if you enjoyed the original Django this is a Tribute to that eliquid trying to emulate every aspect we all enjoyed from it and sure you will enjoy now.
I have to give a special mention to @horizonism on ELR for all the effort put to recreate the original Django over the years,
hope you will enjoy this one.
•Capellas Vanilla Custard V1: im using v1 instead of v2 mostly for the steep time( pretty sure v2 was in the original mix), v2 needs over 4 weeks to get rid of the butiryc acid note. If you want to avoid DAAP use v2.( be ready to let it sit at least for a month)
•Stixx Mixx Kentucky Virginian:
This is not in the original mix but is the closest i could find and it resembles quite well the kentucky tobacco used in Django with dark woody notes.
1% is pretty low for a NET concentrate but OG Django wasn't really a full tobacco vape and it will be very present in the vape.
Mix & Steep:
The original Django was a 60VG/40PG but this mix will also do well in 70VG/30PG.
I Suggest at least a week of steep but its better after 10-15 days.
Best results after 20-30 days.