By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 54 recipes at an average of 0.77%.
The modern baba au rhum (rum baba), with dried fruit and soaking in rum, was invented in the rue Montorgueil in Paris, France, in 1835 or before. Today, the word "baba" in France and almost everywhere else outside eastern Europe usually refers specifically to the rum baba. I I decided to give it a bit of a twist and use a coconut cream custard with it that adds a nice top note
On the inhale you get a sweet coconut note that transitions to a dark sweet syrup cake on the exhale and a bit of a Malibu rum finish .
This was mixed for the Daytime franks show - mixin in the kitchen episode 41
RUM BABA and YELLOW CAKE create the cake base for this mix. I found the cake note in the WF to be a bit lost in this mix and I need some ore moist yellow cake So I added JF yellow makes a nice yellow cake that us useful here
For the dark syrup notes I used RAISIN RUM and GOLDEN SYRUP it makes for a nice dark sweet syrup with just a tad of a a dried raisin note which is perfect in this mix. The rum note in this mix is a dark slightly spiced rum with a minimal booze note
COCONUT CUSTARD and SWEET COCONUT makes a wonderful creamy coconut filling that holds up to the dark notes in this mix and sits through this mix. While it is called a custard the steep time is VERY short and provides a thick creamy body with out an egg note
NOTES/ SUBS if you want more of a rum note you can add WF coconut rum in place of flv sweet coconut but I like the creamy body I am getting from the FLV sweet coconut and did not want to add any more rum to this mix. You can also sub FA Jamaican rum 1% for FLV rum raisin for that dark sweet spiced note. FW Yellow cake can sub for JF at 1%
I’ve messed around in the past with a Red Man chew flavor, but could never quite get it. It’s always involved the RF Molasses, but the rest of it was always a bit tricky. Red Man always tasted like molasses and raisins to me, so Raisin Rum started making its way in to my attempts. It’s not a straight up raisin, but the raisin that is in there is pretty good, and the rum aspect of it isn’t totally out of place in a recipe like this. While I don’t really get a whole lot of chewing tobacco from Tatanka, it does have a really nice, full mouth feel to it, which is important if you want to make it seem like your mouth is full of delicious and thick spit (have I sold you on this recipe yet?) Red Oak is here not so much because I ever got an oak taste from the chew, but I just wanted something a little earthy to go with the tobaccos, and Red Oak also has a thick sweetness to it for me. Gold for Pipe was an idea that came from @ebc88. He thinks it tastes like chewing tobacco, so I threw her in, and it came out quite nice. I was a little worried about it bringing some smokiness to this smokeless tobacco, but I think with everything else it does more for body than anything else.
Pack your cheek with some Kiksuya Chew today!
I’d also suggest going with at least 70% VG to help with some more sweetness and body. Get thicc.
@ID10-T got some dryness in the Mixers Club sample that I sent out. If you happen to also find it a bit dry, try .5% FLV Lovage. It was in earlier versions, but in attempt to trim up the number of flavors, it got axed.
This is a long steeper, needs at least 3 weeks to start blooming but you won't regret it. Promised.
Bread Pudding V2 (SC) (Real Flavors) is the American version of their series, V1 was more of a Canadians type of taste, combined this with Vanilla Pudding from FLA (the best vanilla ever tasted) mixes goes so well with the bread pudding it becomes a finger-licking mix.
Adding some Aged bourbon Cream to give this a spiced feeling and taste.
A little Rum&raisin reinforced and intensified the bread pudding even more.
The baklava is there to sweeten and thickens the final mix.
Remeber, smell but don't touch before the 3 weeks mark!
Updated: 2 March 2018
Swapped Creamy Hazelnut (FW) With Hazelnut (FW)
if you are into RY4 Tobaccos then this is not for you!
Good companion for your coffe,whiskey,rum etc
Burley (INW) 3%
Hazelnut (FW) 0.50%
Dark Vapure (FA) 0.25%
Maple Syrup (TPA) 0.25%
Raisin Rum (FLV) 0.75%
Shade (FA) 1.50%
Tuscan Reserve Ultimate (FA) 0.50
A fig Bread Pudding with rum sauce.
Just in time for Christmas and New Years. This is particularly boozy for a shake n Vape, and delicious; however if you can let it steep for a few days for the pudding, fig, and rum to meld in with the dough of the bread pudding and sweet dough, it will be mind blowing. The pumpkin spice adds a perfect flavor for a holiday feel. I love this spice. No sweetener is needed for this, unless you just can’t live without it. 😀.
Peace to everyone. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
A dark, bready tobacco with a fruity fig finish. Something like eating a sleeve of fig netwtons and a freshly opened pack of cigarettes at the same time, but at least moderately more pleasant than that. It's a bit obnoxious, really. But obnoxious can be fun, and sometimes I need a tobacco that doesn't screw around.
This recipe has a long and tortured genesis. The original base for the recipe was a recipe called "Gravity" from a MixLife grudge match between myself and the mighty ID10-T. The original parameters of the mixoff were five flavors, all flavorah. I came up with a fig newton after messing around some of the darker, bolder flavors from the flavorah line. I eked out a win (shoutout to making stupid, risky choices) with this recipe:
.25% FLV Apple Pop
.25% FLV Cookie
2% FLV Ginger Snap
.25% FLV Raisin Rum
.75% FLV Sweet Fig (Subbed out for .5% FLV Fig, as the judges didn't actually have sweet fig.)
It was good enough to win, but it was overall just a bit too dark and intense for a fig newton cookie.
But hey, Ckemist suggested turning into a tobacco, so that's what we did. Lean into the darkness.
Not a ton has changed from the original gravity recipe here. I've cut the FLV Ginger Snap in half, just because that tobacco is already pretty darn dark and I didn't need everything going too bitter and burnt. I've also just embraced the sub for FLV Fig as opposed to FLV Sweet Fig. There isn't much of a difference, and the straight Fig is quite a bit more popular.
I don't really have a solid enough grasp with tobaccos to start throwing 4 at a time in here, so I just settled for one of my favorite non-aromatic tobaccos at the basic bitch percentage of 2%. Messing around with the tobacco here is a good idea. Make it work for you. I'd generally stay away from anything aromatic. If there's anything too close to an ammonia flavor in there it's going to push that FLV Fig into some weirder off notes. This also doesn't seem to work particulary well with oriental/turkish/herbalish tobaccos. You just want something solid for all the newton to bounce off of. Kentucky worked for me here. Cured felt a little lighter but it was a'ight as well.
I'm a bit of masochist, but adding .5% FA Black Fire adds a really interesting sweet smoke to this... I thinks it's a bit too dark to really work well with INW DNB or FLV Classic Cigarette for anything too overtly ashy. This also benefits quite a bit from .25% FA MTS if it's coming across as too harsh for you.
Steep time here is mostly going to be dictated by the Tobacco. This works pretty well after an overnight, and starts to fade out a bit on day 3. That tobacco should come back in about 2 weeks though, so maybe forget about it for a while, okay? I find it works best as a high nic mtl banger but do whatever you want.
Rum soaked raisin and fig, dried and layered into a bright and aromatic spiced Turkish tobacco blend.
Turkish and Native are similar in taste to me, with slight differences. Both are slightly spicy. Turkish has a hint of creaminess to me, and Native has a hint of honey. Due to the spice of each, I feel like darker flavors would mix well, possibly woody type tastes. I went with Fig and Raisin rum here. Raisin rum is more of a rum flavor, and less hints of the fruit but the raisin is there on the back; sweet fig is more textural than it is taste for me, but its there. The fig comes in at the end of the exhale.. I think it all melds extremely well, and a great tobacco vape. Enjoy!
Imagine, a rich rum flavoured vanilla ice cream with raisins scooped on a freshly baked Belgian waffle.
It must be my 26ste version, never got it right but here it is, a real treat.
FLV Raisin Rum aroma, used as a base for this delight. the raisins are rich and sugary. and the spicy rum tones are just about right and gives the vanilla ice cream that caribbean sense of joy. I added RF SC Coconut Spiced Rum to support the FLV Raisin Rum it needed for this recipe..
FW Butter Rum adds that rich buttery feeling and taste to the mix
LB Belgian Waffle is by far the best i used till today, yet i felt it needed some support from FA Maple Syrup. It gives the waffle a smooth buttery taste and the maple goes nice along and give that extra 'spicy and sugary and nutty mouthfeel to the waffle.
FA Maple used 1 drop per 10 ml!
RF SC Vanilla ice Cream and TFA VBIC are paired, together they really shine as a rich and thick creamy ice cream.
RF Butter Toffee – SC added 1.25% a syrupy and sticky cover on top of the waffle.... it's the finishing touch and rounds of this superb summer ice cream mix.
for a sweet tooths like me.
CAP Supersweet (1 drop per 15 ml) because this recipes screams for calories :D
Good after 4 day's, better around 7 days mark.
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