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That, my friends, is a truly magical cookie. The tobaccos infuses very well the with the toasted hazelnuts, adding that nice nutty flavor and brings that milky and creamy flavor out in this mix as well. The oats keep the texture soft and on point, and the dough itself bakes up chewy and buttery, with just a little crunch around the edges and blend perfectly.
These cookies are a fun, decadent treat for anyone who loves cookies…or nutty chocolate or cream…or tobacco…so basically, anyone :)
Time for me to finish my thesis…you go enjoy some cookies!!
Perfect after 2/3 weeks
This is an update of first narcissism recipe. Now i use Holy Grail RY4 for more vape pleasure. Also Vanilla custard goes to 4% and bavarian lowers to 1,5% and we have a boost to nuts from Vanilla custard FLV. If you liked the first recipe, this one you gonna love it, i can promise you that!! Enjoy!!
Butterscotch heavy top notes over a hazelnut infused pudding. what's not to like?
Creamy Hazelnut FW + Pudding Base VTA + Custard INW create a nice and thick hazelnut pudding.
Butterscotch Ripple FW + Caramel (Salted) FW create a nice, sweet and thick sweet butterscotch.
Graham Cracker (Clear) TPA is there, since it brings support both to the caramel top notes and the bready cream body of the recipe.
The slow steeper in here is the Creamy Hazelnut, which can dominate the recipe in the first days. For a balanced e-juice steep for 10-12 days, but give it a try a lot earlier if you can handle the hazelnut :)
Week 45 (The year of mixing) - Sweet and mellow coffee flavor with rich tones of buttery caramel drizzle, flavored with smooth hazelnut and light coconut notes, and topped with a dollop of whipped cream. There's a bit of sweetness used here, you don't have to - it's optional - or you could replace it with whatever sweetener you prefer if you like your coffee's really sweet like I do. If you're more of a black coffee drinker, you may need to add in something like FA Cappuccino at 0.25% or Tiramisu to bump the dark coffee notes up some, but this is far more a light and sweet coffee flavor.
Apple Persimmon Pie With Bourbon Caramel And Hazelnuts
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A creamier,smoother version of my cigarillo doce recipe https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/74961#cigarillo_doce_by_nks. This mild version is still pretty tobaccoish but less "in your face" than the original
Inawera's Burley is nowhere near FA's,although they share some common characteristics.FA's Burley is stronger,more concentrated,has some spicy notes and is more cigarette like in taste.Inawera's Burley is smoother,has a better balance between salt and sweet,it can be used as main aroma in a tobacco mix and i think it could be the only tobacco from inawera that can be used in higher percentages.
Tobacco symphony and the combination of pyrazine-beer nuts -creamy hazelnut add a nutty,yet not too salty note.Caramel and Miss cream make the mix just a little sweeter,smoother and somewhere in the background you might notice a slight chocolate note(depending on hardware,set up and wattage).
I really enjoy this in relatively low wattage(0,7ohms around 20watts)in mtl device.
It really needs a good 14 days steeping and is completely ready 20 days
Be patient and enjoy!
All I can say here if you love butterscotch and HS ry4 then u must try this out! I made this for my son because he asked for this profile. He normally buys commercial but he loves this one so much hes been vaping it like crazy!! He can't get enough!!!
Theres no need for sweetener in this one at all. Please remember to rate it.
Week 9 - The Year of Mixing Challenge on Flavor-Pro's FB Group
This tribute recipe is for no other than Addy Tuney. A nice soft dessert tobacco, with warm leather and woody undertones, nestled under layers of graham cracker and toasted marshmallow, with a smooth layer of creamy hazelnut made even more creamy by the Milky Undertones, with a soft spiced fig note floating near the top.
This recipe doesn't need much more in the way of sweetener, but if you're adding any I'd stick to the 0.25% to 0.75% amount just to accent the sweetness of this recipe.