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I've been delving into tobacco's. So far I have no idea what I'm doing. But, one thing I do know pretty well is desserts. So I figured I would start with the most non intrusive tobacco I could think of. RY4. I eye Holy Grail RY4 by DIYFS every time I re-up on Holy Vanilla or see mentions of Cardinal, and I finally bit the bullet a few weeks ago. Here is my first tobacco recipe that I can say is super tasty.
Holy Grail RY4 as I'm sure most of you know, is thick and creamy. Delicious sweet tones of caramel and vanilla really serve as the backbone for this recipe. It has a touch of tobacco that peaks out every now and again that plays well with others. I was actually surprised at how much I enjoyed this concentrate, I can see it serving as a main caramel note with out much fuss in tons of other recipes. I will definitely be keeping this stocked!
This combo has never steered me wrong. I first saw it used in Leche de Coco. FA Coconut is a nice creamy coconut, much like the meaty part of the fruit, that serves as an accent to our main coconut note. This stuff is super tasty and finds it's way into a lot of my recipes when I want a little nuance and added creaminess. FLV Sweet Coconut is hands down my favorite coconut flavoring. It's an amazing start to any recipe where you want a milky and smooth coconut taste. It almost gives off a coconut candy vibe, but really meshes well with caramel to add some silkiness and vibrance. Coconuts and caramel are a match made in heaven.
Body time. I think I use FW Graham Cracker too much. It's my favorite GC for sure. It's crunchy and buttery. It has some honey. It tastes cookie-like, and after a nice long steep it has some coconut tones. Seemed like a no brainer.
I wanted to keep this recipe simple. It ended up being far more complex taste wise than I anticipated.
It's like a graham cracker dipped in milky, coconut infused caramel. Sometimes I get the tobacco. Sometimes not. Either way it's staying in my rotation, a definite winner in my book. Enjoy!
After feedback and testing I have changed FW Graham Cracker from 2% to 3%.
Stewart's has a delicious ice cream that I just had the other day called "Crumbs along the Mohawk" it's described as a Graham Cracker ice cream with Graham Cracker pieces and caramel swirl... now this stuff leaves a delicious aftertaste in your mouth and that's why I'm trying to translate it into vape form here...
This is still a WIP... I'm needing the GC pieces to stand out more... Maybe uping the FW 1% and adding .5% AP will help? It's pretty damn close but I need some of y'alls help... Thanks and hope you enjoy... Flavor notes to follow... In the mix is on right now!
Someone on Facebook shared a recipe for Bourbon Graham Cracker Candy, and my interest was piqued.
I decide to try and layer different concentrates to get the bourbon, graham, and pecan parts of the recipe. I adore FW Butter Pecan and Graham Cracker but wanted to see if I could boost them both a bit using OOO Butter Pecan and CAP Graham Cracker (which has a light bakery cinnamon note that plays well with the butter pecan and bourbon) respectively. I did the same with TFA Kentucky Bourbon and VT Bourbon . . . a proven pairing that works.
I used DIYFS Holy Holy Grail to boost the caramelized syrup of the two Butter Pecans (it is, in my opinion, a stellar caramel, and the touch of tobacco brings a nutty, earthy accent to help, both, the graham and the pecan aspects). Having attempted a graham forward recipe in the past, I wanted to round out the edges with a creamy custard, turning to the buttery, smooth FA Custard Premium to achieve that feat.
Mixed it 60vg/40pg and enjoyed it last night with several sips of whiskey . . . it was also an excellent complement to coffee this morning. After a full week with 5th graders, whose minds are still firmly fixed on summer-mode, it was a much needed respite from the chaos. Enjoy!
I've gone through about 40mL of this over the last week or so. Again, I'm just riffing on Fear's Cardinal . . . instead, here I'm trying to build it from similar components (some of which I used because I accidentally ordered 60mL of Digestive Biscuit from Chef's a while back and have been itching to use it something). I tried to create a ramped up RY4 similar to Holy Grail . . .then added some more tobacco. I used JF RY4 Double instead of TFA RY4 Double . . . VT Coffee Milk Froth instead of DIYFS Cafe Napoleon . . . butterscotch instead of caramel . . . threw some extra vanilla, graham crackers, and biscuits at her to round her out.
What I got was a smooth ADV worthy RY4 . . . from that first cup of joe to some late night sips . . . this recipe can carry you through. She's not the Cardinal . . . but she is classy on the outside and downright filthy on the inside. Enjoy!
A remix from a very old recipe of mine.
The Factory: Blue is unlike any other BB Cheesecake you have had. It is intensely rich and creamy in the cheesecake department with a vivid candy blueberry flavor off the shake that slowly becomes more of a baked syrup blueberry as the steep goes on. Don't worry we haven't forgot the crust! It is light and almost flaky that gives everything a solid foundation.
Now the two secrets to this mix. VT Sweet cream takes NYCC and gives it a velvety smooth and rich cheesecake flavor, unlike any other I have had. Its almost like these were made for each other. Will CAP sweet cream work? I cant say. I love it so much with VT I didn't dare even try CAP.
The other secret that some may not be aware of, HS Blueberry. Most people know FW BB and FA bilberry go hand in hand. However if you want the best BB experience HS and FW is the only way to go. I find a 2/1 ratio works best for me.
3 months in development I take more pride in this mix than anything else I have ever created. IF you decide to mix this, first off thank you and secondly please leave a review. I would love to hear if people enjoy this fantastic mix as much as I do.
Although not listed, this mix does taste better with .25% of FLV sweetness!!!
I used the same creme brulee base that I used in Long Gone Lonesome Blues but eschewed the fruit for a strong vanilla note (DIYFS Holy Vanilla and MB Epic Vanilla). The body of the creme brulee is FA Custard Premium and WF Vanilla Ruyan Custard. The OOO Creme Brulee is there to add the torched sugar top to the custard. The creme brulee part of the recipe, with the Vanilla Ruyan and burnt sugar of the OOO Creme Brulee really plays well with the FLV tobaccos. I added a touch of TFA Brown Sugar and FW Graham Cracker to boost that crusty sugar note. I vaped this over the course of the week while cruising in the Caribbean and absolutely loved it! You can SNV but at 7 days this is a delicious cross between a tobacco and a creme brulee.
I chose to use blackberry by tpa for the baked blackberry note I also used blueberry from fw for the baked note I think the blueberry really helps the blackberry in this recipe. The crust is made up of the cap sugar cookie, fw graham cracker, inw biscuit I get a delicious gooey cobbler/ crumble crust. This is one of my favorites that I have made five me a review please and let me know what you think. If you do any subs or additions please leave a comment.