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Before I started mixing, I used to vape FW Pralines and Cream at at LEAST 20% and a ton of sweetener. I didn't know any better but I loved it anyways. Pralines and Cream and FW Butterscotch became my favorite single flavors to vape. This mix came from the gut as most of my mixes do and I've learned to write them down. Sweet, nutty, rich , and creamy. Takes me back to the Good O'le Vaping days of 2013. When Provaris cost 300 bucks and you just had to have one. Just before the crazy eyed sweaty son of the Vape Shop owner was wrapping 32 gauge Kanthal free hand around some silica wick and telling me how great it was. And sure enough I'd find myself fumbling around and having to go ask sweat kid to help me. Trying to reach that "perfect vape" experience. Anyways... This one is really nice after the shake and I don't like most recipes off the shake. Went back and added a bit of Super Sweet to make the creamy stand out. Feel free to leave out or sub for your liking.
It's a turtle in bed with big tobacco.
I hope you only came here looking for a delicious dessert tobacco vape and not for anything resembling originality. 90% of this recipe is just Coop's nifty little Salted Caramel Praline plus his own recommendation for turning it into a turtle-type flavor with Milk Chocolate, plus a hair more Salted Caramel. The other 10% is just the two FLV tobaccos from one of my all-time favorite recipes, Cardinal, with a bit more Burley. The result? 100% so good I think I'll start a new religion based on it and turn DIY into a theocracy. I hope Coop and Fear enjoy being co-deities and don't demand too much from me in the form of blood sacrifices.
Steep time here is 2 weeks because the Pralines and Cream and Salted Caramel really need a week to come together into a creamy caramel with pecans on top vs. thinner caramel with pecans and some cream that are more separated. Unfortunately that 7 days catches the tobacco in the wrong place at the wrong time, but after 7 more they're back where they belong.
The thing that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done: and there is no new thing under the sun.
This is nothing new. It's tobacco . . . it's dessert. There's nothing new under the sun.
I wanted a buttery, nutty, caramel tobacco with a little bit of vanilla and graham cracker, so I started pulling flavors down that I thought would scratch that itch. I went through several iterations (some involving chocolate at small percentages) and landed on this. There are a ton of flavorings in this recipe . . . so if you are looking for minimalism . . . apologies, but for me it just works. I tried to build each piece (caramel/pecan, tobacco, graham cracker/marshmallow) and then put them together. In my opinion, all meshes together to form the profile I was looking for. Works great as a SNV . . . but, as with most things, it gets better with age. I mix this 60vg/40pg. If it makes any difference (I know it doesn't), my wife really enjoys the room note.
All go unto one place; all are of the dust, and all turn to dust again. Who knoweth the spirit of man that goeth upward, and the spirit of the beast that goeth downward to the earth? Therefore I perceived that there is nothing better than that a man should rejoice in his own works, for that is his portion; for who shall bring him to see what shall be after him?
This simple one came about from "perfectly nailing" a commercial juice that a co-worker was paying that commercial price to buy. I am surprised at how addicting this is.
Variations are to slightly lower SC and add the same amount FW Caramel Candy. Or add .25-.5% FLV Milk Chocolate for an easy Turtles. Idiot may experiment further with some tobaccos, can't wait for that!
A week steep at least.