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Why be a Millionaire when you can be a Trillionaire?. This is a recipe MaxSavage suggested based on a Miliionaire's Shortbread which is a shortbread cookie, layered with thick creamy caramel, and topped with a chocolate glaze. It was a bit bitter off the shake, but let it steep for a about a week and it transforms into a nice chewy caramel, with a soft cookie base, with hits of chocolate. Full recipe notes at
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FW Caramel Candy and FW Salted Caramel make up the rich gooey caramel layer much like a chewy caramel candy
FW Bavarian Cream adds a layer of smoothness to the caramel to give it more of a creamy texture, also boosts the custard
INW Custard provides the rich and thick custard base
Steep time: Pretty solid for a SnV using INW Custard, almost a Creme Brule at first. It starts to pop out and blend at the 4 day mark but shines up at the week mark.
Idea from the noted crew. Won the alchemist flavorah pack from fotw drawing and was researching red cinnamon from odies flavor facts. Found the cinnamon episode I had seen before but forgot the red cinnamon review as I didn't have that flavor at the time. I believe Dave or Emily mentioned apple option i thought sounded interesting so i thought of sour apple first to compliment the candy componet of red cinnamon. Then wanted another apple to soften the sour and not more tart so ended up with inw 2 apples. The last part was finding a bridge from red cinn inhale to apple exhale but it ended up being more of a binder. Caramel was the obvious answer. So used the old stand by with caramel candy to achieve a deeper flavor that's there but still let's the apple peek through. 0.25 percent on the red cinnamon provides a full sticky mouth feel and just works with the sour/tart of the apples. Hope you enjoy, it's different and delicious. Shake and vape approved but the caramel will develop after a couple days.
I was a little disappointed in the flavor I got from WF Butter Pecan Pie, and I, like ID10-T, knew something must be done to fix it. While keeping the original mix, I strongly felt that it still wasn't finished, even though it started out as a 1-2-3 recipe. It's too good to limit to just these three flavors. After trying the original, it just wasn't satisfying to me and felt it needed to be sweeter to properly tickle my palette. There was simply not enough caramel in this, so I'm working on fixing it and making it something special.
I added FW Caramel Candy after trying the original and was immediately impressed with the results. But I think I can do even better. The missing sweetness is now mostly present. I'm going to focus on complimentary sweeteners, and next is FW Caramel (salted) and TPA Brown Sugar. This should brighten things up a little.
WF Butter Pecan Pie is yummy, but its name drove me nuts and I had to try to "fix" it. It just tastes like butter pecan ice cream minus all of the ice cream. Or, something that could pass for the top part of the pie, with all the baked pecans, cooked sugar sweetness, and extra butter. But where's the eggy goopy inside? Why does it have "pie" in the name when I'm not getting even a hint of crust. FA Apple Pie takes some time to come out but I'm only getting the hint of pie crust I wanted from it at 1%, no apple or other fruit, no apple pie spice. INW Custard fills it out wonderfully. Three other versions didn't work the way I wanted them to. FA Custard Premium 2% was enough to take over and turn it into a custard recipe. Lovely, but off-topic. Not a pie. CAP Vanilla Custard 2% fit the pie profile and tasted good but that unmistakable Capella vanilla stuck out, calling too much attention to itself in an annoying way. The INW Creme Brulee 2% that someone suggested gave it a nice sweetness but wasn't custardy enough for a pie filling and tasted a little burnt.
I suppose this is my virgin tobacco recipe since I'm giving it up for the first time. I subscribe to the less is more school of mixing and the 1-2-3 game makes it fun to do so. Not a whole lot to figure out here though. I've always liked TPA's Western. I think it's underrated or at least I don't see it used very often. The Western seems "familiar" to me when vaped and it gives this recipe a little something dirty. Oh yeah, FA Custard Premium is probably the best single flavor I"ve ever tasted. If you haven't tried, your missing out. Nice smooth buttery, cigar like flavor. I tried it after 7 days and its pretty tatsty. I'm sure it's only gonna get better.
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I just grabbed a handful of flavors that I've observed from all the recipes that have worked well together, mixed em up and forgot about it for a while. When I went back to see how bad it was, I was pleasantly suprised at how good it was. It's a nice bold but blended butterscotch. It's not artificially bright at all, as it leans towards the dark side of the spectrum. Just enough natural sweetness at the end to keep ya drippin'. I didn't add any sweetener but to each his own. The longer she steeps the better but I liked it off the shake.
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