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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
A delicious thick/creamy bowl of oatmeal with cooked apple & peach bits, brown sugar, light cinnamon and a smidgen of half & half cream.
FE Oatmeal 'n Milk is something I have been trying to get ahold of for quite some time. The 10ml bottles seemed to always be sold out. Finally, I gave in and bought a 30ml bottle. And I wasn't disappointed. This has a taste and smell of FE's sweet rice(thankfully WITHOUT that horrible jasmine note!) initially. After 2 days steeping, this flowers into...cooked oatmeal! And I've always loved oatmeal.
For the little bits of cooked peach & apple, I used both WF Peach Pie & Cream(specifically for its' cooked peach note) and FLV Apple Pop(perfect cooked apple). Apple Pop also has a very faint cinnamon to it that I wanted in addition to FW Brown Sugar.
I added OOO Cream Milky Undertone PG to sort of "bulk up" the thickness oatmeal has. This is the 1st time I ever thought to use this for something other than mouth feel. And it worked wonderfully here in this way. In addition to this concentrate, I always add a splash of half & half cream to my bowl of oatmeal, and FA Cream Fresh filled that need perfectly.
Finally, our oatmeal had to be perfectly seasoned. In my opinion, there is nothing worse than oatmeal made without a touch of salt. It turns my stomach. For this reason, good ole Saline 0.9% was included(thankfully I'm a nurse and have a never-ending supply of this). Topped off with 0.25% CAP Super Sweet, this tastes very similar to Quaker Instant Peaches & Cream Oatmeal(only BETTER because of the apple inclusion).
Vaping this fresh off the shake, I found this good...but a bit dry. At 2 days steep it became a little more moist. At 3 days & beyond it was perfect. The peaches, apples, cinnamon/brown sugar become only an accent and the oatmeal steals the spotlight as intended. And at the very end of the exhale, you will taste that cream fresh! I hope you enjoy this. It has been my "white whale"!!
VG: MAX(At least 88%)
STEEP DAYS: 2-3
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Note : Flavor Monks Tobacco bastards Bourbon # 9 is used in this recipe @ 2.5%, it is not listed in the ATF FM list.
My thoughts on this recipe ..I was going for Smooth Tobaccoish flavor with some graham and Brown sugar notes I also used Flavor Monks Tobacco Bastard Bourbon #9 to give it a gentleman's flavor , the AP was used to add nuttiness to the mix .. its a pretty good mix very pleasent ..almost an after dinner type feel... Sitting on the porch watching the Southern sun set mmmm mmm yall come back no yah hear....
I've been working on this for quite awhile. It's based off of my own memory of what Space Jam's Starship tasted like. That juice was one of my favorites when I first started vaping. The custard percentage may look high(as the total flavoring also looks high). But trust me on this. It's a helluva good vape!
Can be vaped after a 2-3 hour heat/speed steep. I put mine in a water-tight ziplock in extremely hot tap water. Every 1/2 hour, I would replace the water when it cooled while shaking the HELL out of the juice bottle.
Best at MAX VG
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The RF-Oats & Cream Cookie combined with the FW-Graham Cracker and JF-Biscuit form my cookie cup base for the tart. FLV-Apple Filling and INW-Two Apples are intertwined with FW-Brown Sugar, LA-Butter Rum, FLV-Eggnog and a hint of VT-Bakery Spice to make my apple filling and add savory spices for the tart. I am really happy with how this turned out. If you do not have the WF-Oatmeal Cookie you can trade it for CAP-Sugar Cookie and have a very similar recipe. The VT-Bakery Spice is optional but it is a really nice addition if you have it. You are welcome to add some sweetener if you prefer sweeter vapes but I did not feel that this one needed any.
Just a nice sweet Moist Macaroon Cookie. The recipe taste good off the shake but give it 3-5 days for the flavors to meld together to get that nice crispy taste. For me the Supersweet makes the cookie just a bit more vibrant and brings a much needed sweetness that I like. Mixed at 69/31. The vanilla pudding and vanilla bean combined with the cream and condensed milk make this cookie nice and moist . Hence the name.
The Profile Im going For here is a nice skillet full of Fried Spiced Apples garnished with Pecans, Of course i Chose FLV Apple Filling as My main Flavor because its freaking awesome....I moved away from Eden Apple on this one, due to Down south we tend to mix the apples with red and granny smith tart apples ...the Granny Smiths add that tartness to the mix, along with that i chose Shape up Pear to give the mix that apple texture. So .....so far we have a pretty easy mix .....
Zepolla was used to add that fried note ,,, then i chose Brown Sugar and butter pecan for my sauce and pecan layer. and rounded the whole mix of with a little Sweetner to bring everything together .... it smells divine....allow it to sit for a day to mellow out ... and enjoy
Fried bananas are a popular dessert and snack food in Thailand and throughout Southeast Asia. The dish is more often known as goreng pisang in Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, and surrounding countries.When I was a Young Marine out on deployments to the orient i would love to stop and indulge in this simple but delicious snack while on liberty in Singapore... Brings back Nostalgic feelings ... I hope you all enjoy this mix as much as i do ... My Inspiration besides the Nostalgia was to bring something different to the community and inspire others to think outside the normal things we mix .....agian enjoy
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