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The Ruby, part one in a Tatanka tobacco trilogy.
Tatanka: A story of the Bison, a tribute to South Dakota, to the Native American horseback riders - frozen in motion in a beautiful, high-prairie setting.
FLV Vanilla Custard and a pinch of FLV Pistachio are combined with the best tobaccos and aromas to create a tobacco vape bold and subtle at the same time.
I combined FLV Tatanako and FLV Red Burley, added FLV Oakbarrel for a light woody taste and FLV Butterscotch for a rich and caramelly flavour and sweetness. Finally a little FLV Smoked Butterscotch for that buttery baked, caramel, and smoked notes.
Steep, it does need at least 3 weeks to come to bloom.
This is my take on this weeks photo. VT Banana Custard is by far the best banana cream flavor I have tried. Flv Cream and WF Vanilla Cream Extra make the perfect cream that is spiced with Flv Egg Nog. I added Flv Butterscotch and FW Butterscotch Ripple because I like butterscotch with banana flavors and I stole this butterscotch combo from Cheeba Steeba's butterscotch banana frozen custard. Its delicious, give it a mix.
this is a home made sweet gooyee caramel popcorn ball
The popcorn by VT needed some support as the texture was pretty weak on it so the cereal 27 has a sweet corn flake texture which help support that corn note with some texture the WF Honey peanut is perfect in this application adding some additional sweetness and texture to the mix
The WF caramel butter and FLV butterscotch work to create the buttery sweet caramelized note that you would get form an actual homemade caramel popcorn ball
The OOO vanilla marshmallow is the glue that hold this mix together and blends the flavors together adding some additional sweetness and vanilla top notes
Add Sweetner to taste while this does have some inherit sweetness I added FLV Sweetness 0.5% as that mimics what the real popcorn balls are like
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Apple & Cranberry Tarte Tatin
This ultimate fall and winter tart showcase the best fruits of the season: apples, and cranberries. Unlike other tarts, the Tarte Tatin is made upside down in a skillet.
All FLV in this recipe, less is more.
Apple Filling, Apple Cranberry and a twist of Lime Wedge are the fruit filling for this dark and delicious vape.
For the bakery foundation, I used Sweet Dough, Pastry Zest, and Granola, this combination with notes from cinnamon and crunchy nuts makes this a very enjoyable mix where all aromas are perfectly layered.
Opted for Butterscotch as dressing instead of caramel, the FLV Butterscotch has that perfect buttery/brown sugar taste I liked for this mix and added some Marshmallow for a smooth mouthfeel.
I find this perfectly sweetened for my taste but as always, sweeten to your likings.
Steeped this 14 days and in my honest opinion the perfect steep time.
To me this image shows a cookie cake with ice cream on top and a nice buttery nutty gooey topping.
I used TFA Graham Cracker Clear and Sweet Dough for my bakery component. The FA Graham is a very nice graham cracker cookie, more along the lines of an animal cracker type graham with very little if any spice notes. The TFA Graham Cracker is nice and deep dark golden graham like and the sweet dough moistens it up a tad.
I built the ice cream note out of the new FA Vanilla Ice cream and Cap Vanilla Custard V1. Stay with me a minute because I bet you are wondering why Cap Custard V1 since it is so eggy... well I needed it to play in the mix for my drizzle, so just trust me it works.
FA maple syrup is the perfect maple for this with all the heavy creams and the bakeries involved. It is strong enough to stand up but at 0.5% it folds into the body of the drizzle that is composed of Cap Butter cream and FLV Butterscotch. I used FA Pistachio as the main nut because it isn't a pistachio that taste like pudding, it is more along the lines of a real pistachio nut with the oily aspect and dryness of the real thing. I used Marzipan as a binder for cream notes but it also serves as a separator for the nut part of the recipe. I hope you all 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!
I like this butterscotch a lot, to me it reminds me of a mix between a butterscotch candy and a butterscotch drizzle. You get a nice deep buttery note to give it good body, a dark caramelesque sweetness, and a bit of an astringent bite to it which I find helps cut through some of the more thick or dense vapes. It's not quite as creamy as I would like a butterscotch, but makes for a great butterscotch, caramel, or sweet-buttery accent to a mix. It really benefits from another cream or creamier butterscotch/caramel, in particular FW Butterscotch Ripple for a super decadent butterscotch.