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Yes guys and gals it is another tobacco recipe, but wait there's more! lol... So this one has been sitting on the back burner for awhile, then I thought of how to revise this and here we go.(Please keep in mind that the black honey is a tobacco it just has it listed under black honey).
So when creating this I was looking forward to a sweet butterscotch tobacco with a slight bitterness to it but unfortunately that did not happen, at least until now.
I will let this set for at least two three weeks then come Back to it but please feel free to mix it up and let me know your thoughts!
This week on Tuesday Reviews Day fate gave us Flavorah Root Beer. Let me say (well you already saw the title) we got weird with it.
So first of all, Flavorah Root Beer is a VERY creamy Root Beer flavor. It's got lots of bubbles and that sassafras/wintergreen you would expect from a Root Beer. It's definitely every one's favorite summer time beverage.
So the char wanted a Root Beer Cheesecake. Well I have never, alas, it had to be done. We started with the classic INW Yes and CAP NY combo. The "coconuty" notes that you get from the Yes We Cheesecake paired up really well with the Root Beer at 3%. We used FW Butterscotch Ripple as a kind of emulsifier for the root beer in an effort to make it more syrupy and less drinky. For the crust note I decided to use just a touch of TPA Cinnamon Danish Swirl. That butter flaky pastry sits out against the cheesecake and root beer while adding a pleasant spice note.
EDIT: (7/21/2021) I do not recommend mixing this recipe. It was fun and certainly random but not well executed. The mix is tremendously unbalanced. I’d be interested in trying this one again and I would definitely come at it from a different angle. Nonetheless this recipe is not very good.
Sweeten to Taste.
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Fool's Gold has been a challenge since Sep 2020 to May 2021. RY4 is one of my favorite profiles and Fool's Gold is definitely my most perfect recipe. It was heavily inspired by Obsidian from DIYORDIE. It has been through a couple of submission's to Wayne's "Midweek Critique" and by listening to the critiques and putting my own touch to it, I believe I have now achieved what I can now consider the final version.
Fool's Gold first version [https://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/3772952? 3.75/5 on Midweek Critique] was a recipe I was loving to vape but after 2 weeks of steep it was feeling too muddle. It was not having off notes but it was not reaching where I wanted it to reach. Once again after hearing Wayne's critiques, I came back to the board with it. On the second version [https://e-liquid-recipes.com/recipe/3797154? - 4.25/5 on Midweek Critique] I already thought I was done but a slight decrease on Bavarian Cream made a huge difference on the long term of the recipe and switching from VCv2 to VCv1 gave it more body.
Bavarian Cream TPA / Vanilla Custard CPA - I saw Solitude by Vapeboar, which uses Bavarian Cream with RY4 and I had never thought of it. It was a needed tweak for the recipe! Bavarian Cream and Vanilla Custard add that body, thickness and also sweetness.
Butterscotch Ripple FW - It adds a nice back flavor and complexity to body of the recipe.
Cookie FLV / Cookie Bite Molinberry - Cookie Bite, Cookie Bite, Cookie Bite. First time I used the flavor and I loved the outcome. Just these two powerful aromas paired together can make a juice so they were used carefully in order to give the cookie aspect of the recipe.
Cured Tobacco FLV / RY4 Double TFA - A crucial pairing for what I wanted to do. RY4 alone wouldn't go where I wanted it to go and since I love Cured Tobacco, decided to give it a try. I am proud of making that decision.
Super Sweet CAP - Well, Super Sweet... It's optional. Totally not necessary in this recipe.
I always shake and vape my recipes but this one definitely benefits from shelf time. Bavarian Cream and Cured Tobacco are too muddle in the first days. After 2 weeks it is almost there but it shines after 4 weeks.
Designed for MTL, tested on a Hadaly.
This recipe is a very sweet, buttery, and creamy recipe.
Loranns Bavarian cream :when I smell this flavor I just want to eat it. (Can Sub TFA Bavarian cream)
Vanilla swirl it pairs so well with Bavarian cream as a great base for that Desert cream
FW Butterscotch what can I say it’s Butterscotch for sure and is just great.
Butterscotch Ripple it’s a very deep and rich version of butterscotch that take this recipe to a new level into the abyss.
Cereal 27 - adds a nice Grain texture without overpowering the mix.
This is Beyond the Wonderland a world of Sweet and happy thoughts where we go to fulfill our innermost desires .This recipe takes me there and Beyond . If you want to add sweetener you can I feel it needs none.
The Banana Cream is doing a great job as the main profile with a mouth full of creamy banana and the Yogurt by FW is helping the creaminess out tremendously. Both Butterscotch and Butterscotch Ripple are present altogether along side the Banana Cream and Yogurt.
I have let this sit to the side for about a month and it already reminds me of a banana butterscotch sort of yogurt which is exactly what I was aiming for! I am loving it so far but it could be better as always.
Peanut Butter Banana Bliss.
This is just The Trinity with some stuff strapped on, and it came out great! (https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/143364#the_trinity_vanilla_ice_cream_by_eyemakepizza)
I'm still messing around with this one, feel free to tweak it, review it, or give me some tips! Saint Tammany #0059 on discord.
SUCH A DAMN GOOD BUTTERSCOTCH. Sweet, creamy, butterscotchy butterscotch. Super creamy. Almost like a butterscotch ice cream. Creamy to a fault in my opinion. So creamy it needs another butterscotch or caramel to really tone it in to a nice butterscotch. I feel like this is an essential flavoring to an arsenal, especially if you like butterscotch and super decadent desserts.