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This recipe is not at all original, it is all based around https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/143364#the_trinity_vanilla_ice_cream_by_eyemakepizza
Well this one started with me asking for free flavor samples in my last order. I was sent WF Molasses, and it smells soooo good!
Anyway, I had just recently tried @eyemakepizza's Trinity Vanilla Ice Cream, (which is AMAZING btw, go try it!) and thought it would be good with some of that Molasses.
Added in some FW Hazelnut for a little bit of nuttiness, and some INW Biscuit for a cone.
WOW!! It tastes amazing! SO good, even after the shake, but I am sure with some steeping it will be even better.
Give it a try, let me know what you think. It is still in progress so always open to suggestions.
Pretty simple premise.
@ID10-T charged us with making a recipe that recalls a memory of a past Autumn. I have been working in kitchens for most of my life, and I love to play around with food. Last Autumn I made a bread pudding for work that included a whiskey flambeed green apple compote. I loved this dessert when I made it, and may yet make it again ahead of Thanksgiving.
Anyhow, this is my attempt at recreating this in an eliquid.
FE french toast and FA zeppola make up the bulk of the "bread" in my bread pudding. Conveniently the French toast brings along some extra spices, sweetness, and eggs.
FLV eggnog is helping in two ways, it is broadening the custard, but it is more importantly doubling down on the spices needed to sell the Autumnal bread pudding.
INW custard has one job here, and it's really straight forward, make sure the body of the custard is rich enough to stand up to the bread, apples, and whiskey.
FW hazelnut is just helping normalize the bready notes
PUR country apple is cooked apples, and absolutely necessary here. It has the sweetness you'd look for along with the "cooked" apples rather than something like FA Fuji which tastes much more "raw".
TFA Kentucky bourbon carries the flavor I want and doesn't have the bite you'd get from FLV bourbon, which is perfect for this application. Cooking with booze, especially flambeed the flavor remains but none of the alcoholic bite.
I've only had time to give this a shake and vape test, so I'm gambling a bit here but if this stays close to the shake and vape flavor without falling apart it should be a nice easy Autumn vape.
Delightful and melancolic creamy decadence.
Aromatic, sweet & creamy, complex, tobacco blend. Comforting and savory, nothing really stands out.
Appeals to the pervs addicted to the Don Juan Reserve and likes, but without the RY4 off flavor and the sucralose excess.
Needs a good week steep, or the LA Cream Cheese Icing will hit you with a high note, which fades gracefully.
A coil gunker, but you can't have cocoa and a clean one!
To me? Spot on!
One of my best seller down here in Brazil.
Still, maybe you could add some (2-3%) of CAP Van custard if you dare make it creamier -But knowing that it’s not supposed to be a custardy profile!-
I kinda looove the feeling of dark melting hazel that comes from this mix.
Because of the “metallic thing” coming from the hazel groove, and cocoa’s dryness, please be a dear and wait those 3 weeks, deal?
Hope you enjoy!
Lots of love and flavor <3
It’s my custard adv
Any fruits on top would work (without the hazelnut).
Ps: for those not sensitive to diketones, maybe a week is enough. But I use to produce big batches and let it sit for a month.
Ps: I’m not into sweeteners or so ever. But that 0.5 cotton candy (EM) makes a huge difference to this recipe.
Hope you enjoy
Lots of love and flavor <3