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(DFS) Holy Vanilla


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I was getting bored of my same old tobacco custard recipes so I came across a bottle of Liquid barn white chocolate Peppermint in my stash and came up with this recipe...

Sweet Vanilla Cream Tobacco

FLV Cured and FLV Classic cigarette together make an earthy classic cigarette styled tobacco, with the addition of DYFS Holy Vanilla we give the entire blend a sweet malted vanilla cream flavour.
With this three is quite nice but i added 1% FLV Cream to get a luxurious velvelty vanilla cream.

I know this recipe would benefit from NET concentrates but I trust Flavorah tobacco's mix it up give it a try. Substitutes are inawara shisha vanilla for holy vanilla and if you have it flavor art hazelnut (grove) @ 1%.. this is a more authentic hazelnut flavor..

Simply tasty vanilla mango custard .....you can substitute any mango you like I just prefer Capella...

Enjoy a tasty change of pace with a creamy mint cheesecake....super simple and yummy..

A rich decadent sweet old school vanilla custard just in time for the holidays hints of bourbon and vanilla bean........

This is a simple and traditional vanilla flan that's creamy, sweet and has a delicate gelatinous flan texture. You get delicious vanilla notes with a very light hint of caramel. Enjoy this after a meal or all day. It's perfect for a relaxing lazy Sunday.

Recipe breakdown:
The body of the recipe is comprised of custard premium FA, vanilla pudding FLV which not only helps with the body, but also gives it the flan texture. Flan WF rounds out the recipe and adds a hint of light caramel. All delicious flans use condensed milk and what better condensed milk to use than PUR.

When choosing the vanilla, I went with the original holy vanilla DIYFS. It's perfect in bakery type recipes.

For the sweetener, I like sucralose FW for bakery type recipes. Adjust sweetener to your liking. At 0.75%, it's not overly sweet.

This is good right off the shake but after 3-5 days, it really comes together. I use this primarily in the Jenna, Recurve, and Reload S rda. Quad core fused clapton N80 (0.2 ohm range). 45 to 70 watts but you can push it higher.

VG/PG ratio: 70/30

Batman's (FOWTB) recent delicious e-liquid line release, was the inspiration for this recipe.

Please leave a review. Enjoy.

This is my second attempt at a very specific French pastry on SaturDIY'ing with fresh03 and Friends! We are doing lesson 2 in French pastry and I had completely messed this up on lesson 1.

A cannelé is a vanilla rum brûlée custard cake that's dense, spicy and a bit rum heavy. It's incredibly well balanced and gourmand and in its special shape it's a two-bites treat and I've loved it my whole life.

WF Rum Baba/FA Jamaica Special = THe spicy rum. I don't have VT light rum, so that might have worked better but I like this combo as it is also.

FLV Vanilla Pudding/LB Vanilla Ice Cream = That's Fresh quick's custard which does not require a 21 days steep like any other custard out there. The vanilla pudding gets the egginess out of the vanilla ice cream and in my mix, it works very well for taste and texture.

INW Crème Brûlée/TPA Brown Sugar = A strong and brown brûlée a cannelé needs.

WF Angel Cake = it's such a wonderful cake flavoring, and my cannelé is a custard cake.

DFS Holy Vanilla = it's a lovely vanilla but if you don't have it, you can sub it with FA Bourbon Vanilla at 1% ir another vanilla of your choice.

So there you have it, my French touch pastry. Let this steep a couple of days so that everything settles and meddles as it should.

Enjoy, be queer and vape on!

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Vanilla caramel “tobacco” with notes of toasted almond. I’ve been chasing the cafe racer lucky 13 / lucky bastard RY4 profile. I can’t remember the original actually tasting anything like tobacco. It was just a pretty rich and satisfying RY4 profile. Working from sense memory here as I’ve not had the original for a few years.

This is a stripped back version; the original is said to have contained “13 flavours”. I’m not convinced about that. Although the versions I made with 13 flavours were delicious, I wanted to hit all the main notes with as few flavours as possible here. Like the original, this pairs beautifully with an IPA. My personal favourite pairing is the Gunpowder IPA by Innis & Gunn. But anything with Cascade or Citra hops will work well with this stuff.

Steep: works surprisingly well off the shake, but I’d suggest leaving it 4-5 days before digging in, as FA Ry4 does develop some interesting notes over time.

TL;DR if you bought FA RY4 and don’t know what to do with it, this is a good way to use it up.

Photo from the Rustbelt series by Kalie Frisky

Just a real simple treat. Straight up banana cream pie milkshake. I’m trying to create solid a base here that can be adapted into something more intriguing.

The mouthfeels on this off the shake are on point. It’s thick & voluminous, just like you’d want your milkshake.

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