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This recipe was submitted by Slushy for You Vote, We Mix. He wanted a Hazelnut, Caramel, Vanilla Cream, Brown Sugar, Tobacco, and that's exactly what he got. It is mostly a dessert tobacco, mild but very saturated with brown sugars, hazelnut, and vanilla cream. If you want a more bold tobacco, we suggest adding a bit of FLV Sweet and Smoky, or FLV Red Burley. See the full Episode and flavor notes at https://youtu.be/FOaUQGHf3Xg .
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I wanted to see if I could build a carrot cake without a “Carrot Cake” flavor, using FLV Carrot as a component. I messed with a few different cake/cheesecake/frosting combos and settled on this one.
There’s not much point to describing every ingredient from irl carrot cake, it’s all fairly obvious. A few flavors deserve special mention, however. FLV Carrot does favorable texture things here, making the cake stand out, and was part of my personal puzzle anyway. Then I used some Liquid Amber to tweak the carrot and fruits into being softer, closer to cooked. Butter Pecan is huge, contributing to the texture of the cake and providing the pecan along with a rich, dark sweetness. The fruits, Fuji and G.Pineapple, brighten it up and give some moisture and subtle tang without becoming the main focus, just like irl.
Overall I’m very pleased with how this came out and I feel I’ve solved my puzzle.
A 2 week steep is in order for this one. The cake needs a while to really come together with everything.
Esto es un trabajo en proceso.No creo que este terminada todabia.
Esto es una maravilla no dejara indifente a nadie teneis que probar la receta.Caramelo con Butter Pecan combina muy bien . La base la hice con Flapper Pie SC a mi sabe a biscocho con nata dulce+Waffle+Cake (yellow).La base de natillas Custard Premium es brillante y dulce +Vanilla Custard para que tenga un poco mas de cuerpo.Espero que disfruteis de la receta.Super Sweet para los mas golosos como yo.
Trying to get a Almond Joy kind of feel even if I don't have an almond concentrate at the moment 🤞🤞
Day 1 steep: Wow!!! Holy hell! Just like thick chocolate and burnt sugar to the point that I thought I was vaping a gritty dank pipe tobacco! Seriously, unless you're after that sort of flavor don't do it LoL! Oof.....
Day 4: So, after trying to power through what was in the RDA from the day 1 steep I realized that the horrible taste i was getting was from left over juice from a previous recipe. I tried a few times over the last couple days and it was still bad at first, but now with all the old liquid gone and a few days steep it's been pretty nice. If you're looking for a nice milk chocolate it's on point right now. I still want to see if that coconut comes out a bit more with subsequent steeping, but like I said it's good now 👍
RUG_ly's RandoMixing Ep. 001: RandoSundae
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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
BROWN SHUGGGAAA, how come you taste so good.
Brown Sugar RY4.
I personally never got much of a vanilla/caramel vibe from TFA RY4 Double, I get a fuck ton of brown sugar an earthy whatnots. FLV Caramel is brown sugar. End of story. You cannot convince me otherwise. A little HS RY1 for some true tobacco vibes. FW Butter Pecan, just because I love it in my RY4s. Lastly FA Custard Premium, coz fuck it, I like vanilla note and dig how smooth it makes it. If you want more of a custard here, bump it up to 3% or use your favorite custard.