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I was watching the great british baking show and one of the contestants made an Indian barfi. The main ingredients of plain barfis include condensed milk and sugar A few of the famous varieties of barfi include besan barfi (made with gram flour), kaaju barfi (made with cashews), pista barfi (made with ground pistachios), and sing barfi (made with peanuts).
The ingredients are cooked in a vessel until the mixture solidifies.
Based on this desert I came up the combination of rose and pistachio, which is fairly popular pairing.
On the inhale you get a sweet milky creamy coconut note that transitions to a nutty light rose finish . It is unique and really lovely. tested on a reload RDA at 65 watts on a .16 alien coil
The combination of oak milk and condensed milk is just lovley. Iit is full creamy sweet and slightly nutty and almost woody.
Pistachio note is there at the middle and exhale and is made more noticeable by the oak note of the oak milk
The coconut and Thai rice seem to fill in the middle nicely here and just adds some wonder full fullness and body to the profile with out distracting form the pistachio and rose profile to much
This is fairly sweet on its own so does not really need sweetner - although touch of cap super sweet seem to get the rose to sit a bit more on top
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.
Profile: Nutbar covered with chocolate and salted caramel.
TPA Bavarian Cream - A must for the arsenal of flavors of all mixers. In this recipe adds some creaminess and binds with the nuts so they do not get so dry.
FA Hazel Grove (hazelnut) - Pure hazelnut and super concentrated. Add realism to the Hazelnut itself.
FW Hazelnut - A very versatile hazelnut that can be applied to various profiles. Upping the percentage brings notes of chocolate.
FLV Pistachio - A pistachio balanced both in body and texture. The skin is present in this flavor such as TPA Pistachio. Incredibly strong and real.
CAP Toasted Almond - Generic almond like the ones we buy at supermarkets. Not much toast but a noticeable note.
TPA Whipped Cream - Recipe emulsifier. Creates a bond between the nuts and the caramel.
FW Salted Caramel - Caramel that is not salty as the name says but simulates the characteristic flavor of salty caramel. That note of caramel that as it took salt has a distinct aroma, different than just caramel made of sugar.
FLV Chocolate Deutsch - Creamy and melted chocolate from the cakes. It is the best possible description for this flavor. Super concentrated too. 1 DROP IS ENOUGH! Together with FW Hazelnut, it brings notes of melted chocolate to the profile.
Steep: Between 5 to 7 days for the chocolate to calm down and the caramel to be wrapped with the nuts.
If the recipe name and close examination of the recipe picture didn't make you smile then I sure hope this recipe will. This is one of the toughest profile challenges I have set my self to date. This is deeper in flavor than you expect. To get the right balance of sweet & savory where it works well is often a fine line however I think I have pulled it off here. Layering nut flavors is no easy challenge either but again with a drop of saline every 20ml it just works to make the nuts pop! Again, I wanted great texture feel in this recipe and I worked with different nut combinations till I got the full mouth feel of gorgeous syrup coated nuts in my mouth! This combination of nuts is a really lovely party mix of desirable nuts. It's a delicate procedure because when it's out of balance it could turn into a tea-bagging lol. The hero of this recipe is Vape Train's new Golden Syrup, without this, the recipe wouldn't be as enjoyable. It has blended well with a little FA Maple Syrup to offer a gorgeous sweet syrup. The WF Honey roasted peanut and flv pistachio really work here while the others all play there part as you get seemingly different types of nuisances of nut flavors upon each exhale. Allow around 3 days for this orgy of nuts to settle with the sweet syrup for the best experience. Tell me what you think but most of all enjoy discovering flavor, and enjoy Golden Nuts!
For Week 7 - Feeling Heroic? The Year of Mixing Challenge:
As we grew up, we grew to love to hate Snape. He always seemed to do everything he could to stifle Harry, get in his way, embarrass him, or humiliate hit. He seemed to be one of the coldest people in the Magical Universe. Later in the series our suspicions were correct!!!! Snape is now working with Voldemort again! He sat idly by as Charity was killed during the Meeting at Malfoy Manor. How is this man a hero?! Well, as we find out in the last moments of his life, his whole reason for being; to keep Harry alive until the end. He was asked to Protect Harry, guide him, help him along, all while acting as if he hated him. He was asked by Dumbledore to play 007 with the Dark Lord. He played his part until the end as one of the most critical pieces in the chess game.
What did Snape love more than anything? Lily Potter. He fell in love with her as a child and that love only grew stronger with time. In his own way, he loved Harry, though he hated him at the same time. He loved him because he reminded him of Lily, and hated him for the same reason, as well as being reminded of James. So what does Snape eat when he breaks down and wants to remember Lily? He eats an Indian (Lily's favorite food) sweet yogurt dessert called Shrikhand. It is a thick, yet creamy yogurt dessert dressed with saffron, pistachio, and spiced with cardamom.
Dumbledore: "After all this time?"
Pistachio and Lime were made for each other. Here's a easy recipe to prove it. Shake well and steep 24 hours.
And once you fall in love with the simple combination of pistachios and limes, here's a link that might inspire you to create something more complex with them.