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So here is the recipe for one of my favourite tobacco juices, sadly Holy Holy Grail RY4 V1 by DIY Flavour Shack has been discontinued. This flavour was actually a one shot and I believe the reason it has been discontinued is due to the one of the ingredients to make this up was also discontinued. So for those with a bit of stock of the OG HHGRY4, please enjoy. It was developed mainly for MTL.
Unfortunately HHGRY4 V2 does not work nearly as well here.
Was sitting around one day thinking about some of the tobacco's my grandfather used to smoke in his pipe as a kid. I remember cherry and blueberry specifically. So I wanted to create that idea of a fruity tobacco in a vape. I went blueberry because it can be sticky and sweet and yet have a darkness and richness that would be enhanced with the tobacco. This is really one of my first start to finish recipes building on each flavor. I also worked in layers to source out the combinations that worked. You will get a deep dark blueberry on the inhale and main note, riding on a body of RY4 and custard with a nice tobacco finish.
The first experiment was the RY4C (Ruyan Caramel Custard Tobacco) I mixed Holy Holy V1 (and V2 - both work if you don't have any OG left) and Ruyan Custard and was blown away by how well these two play off each other. That layer by itself is a great vape. They create a really well balanced Tobacco, graham, caramel custard. It is dark and yet kind of dreamy to vape and linger in the sinuses.
Next was the Blueberry Juicy and Gummy Candy - I remember Wayne or Noted - somewhere that Blueberry Juicy was a decent stand alone blueberry... but when I tested it... it was juice but not really "sticky" enough, so I added the Gummy Candy and really love how they play off each other. It has a great richness that plays well with the above base layer.
Lastly, I have been using FLV sweetness a lot lately - but I also made batches with Super Sweet and no sweetener. It really needs the sweetener to pull back the tartness of the berry and also it helps the overall quality of the texture. I actually prefer the Sweetness over the SS in this recipe as it supported the flavor better in the steep.
Built on a Hadaly with Ni80 Fused Clapton - Dual 26ga / 40 wrap @3mm - at .30 / 45 watts.
Once more, this recipe exists because of Foment_life's spectacular pear trinity, as found in his recipe DAAPled Pears. The combination of FA Pear, TFA Pear, and FA Fuji is hands down the best, most realistic pear I've ever had in vape form. I'll, again, repeat what I said in my review of DAAPled Pears: it is a smooth, sweet, crisp work of art. Using it in a take on Charlie Noble's Commodore Peary ( recipe released in 2017: https://charlienoble.com/blogs/the-not-so-discontinued-series/the-not-so-discontinued-series-commodore-pearry ).
Yes, the name is long and flowery . . . no, this is probably not a recipe for the percentage minimalists out there. However, this was a recipe I envisioned while drifting off to sleep last night (which has become common practice in this time of safer-at-home). It is Foment_life's pear utilized in a Commodore Peary-esque recipe, where Holy Holy Grail RY4 acts as the caramel note (instead of FW Caramel Candy). VT Vanilla Cream instead of the FW Bavarian Cream and CAP French Vanilla V2, FLV Sweet Coconut instead of CAP Coconut, FA Custard Premium instead of CAP Vanilla Custard V2, and TFA Red Oak just because I like the way it plays with custards.
The painting is from N.C. Wyeth's cover art for The Bounty Trilogy . . . the emblem is from the book cover beneath the dust jacket. I just thought it went well with the ideas of dissent against a boat's captain and what not. Great off of the shake . . . this 15mL will not see tomorrow. Enjoy!
A delectable, rich & smooth caramel & toffee infusion...
I set out to create a toffee and caramel forward custard infused with slight notes of tobacco. Versions included the FLV Red Burley & Kentucky Blend but it distracted form the main profile, so I omitted them for this version.
There is not much to say about the undisputed kings of caramel RY4's other than it is just superb as a preambulatory 'tobacco' for novice and veteran mixers alike. Adding delectable, but subtle, caramel infused RY4 note, it lays the foundation masterfully. This work well with V2 at 8%.
I'm using my go to caramel/toffee combo in HS Caramel Toffee & VT English Toffee. A thick and creamy caramel toffee which adds adds oodles of sweetness & richness with no butyric vibes.
My faithful custard adds a rich & creamy custard and is fortified with a shot of vanilla, compliments of INW Shisha Vanilla.
Feel free to add .75 FLV Red Burley to increase the tobacco notes.
Give this baby 5 days or do to mingle & enjoy!
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.