By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 334 recipes at an average of 0.935%.
I wasn't able to talk about these on the show if you were listening, had a little weather event. So let me drop some quick notes for you all.
Melon rind... Tested it 1.5% didn't get a watermelon rind no more of a dry cantaloupe. Super fucking weird and I'm sure we can think ID10-T for getting this into production. Wasn't really sure what to do with it to a dinner recipe with some cream and was really surprised how well it accents the custard.
Sweet and Smokey tobacco... Just like the name States it's definitely sweet has a nice Smoky flavor, also picking up some cash this is a no-brainer FLV does tobacco use nobody else
Marshmallow vanilla... Another great vanilla flavoring, the name doesn't really do it justice. It's a sort of ice cream topping marshmallow. I went through buy original tester in less than an hour.
Smoked butterscotch... It's not one of their new flavorings. great butterscotch flavor I don't personally get a lot of smoke. In this recipe it is more of an accent.
Custard... I just threw in my favorite, if you know your shit, you can probably put any custard you would like at your preferred percentage.
A while ago I was at an Italian Restaurant and when it was time to organize desserts I gladly volunteered to be the one who chose what we had lol. Running my eyes over the dessert cabinet without leaving druel on the glass was a challenge I confess.
This recipe is a result of some notes I took as I enjoyed this fine Italian"muffin like" dessert that was dense yet fluffy around the outside with apple syrup and baked apple on top with some toasted coconut over the top. The gentle hum of vanilla through the middle was just lovely! So here is my version in a vape so I can not only re-experience that moment of delicious contentment but also share it with you!
First I get to work on the dense cake notes which FLV Pound cake does so perfectly IMO. I add a little JF Yellow cake to fluff out the edges a little to offer the contrasting cake notes. I then splash in the FLV Apple Filling knowing this has all the apply syrupy and slightly jelly like mouth feel notes along with that perfectly cooked apple kissed pleasantly with a little cinnamon which is as close as I think is possible to replicate in a vape. However there was a unique slight spiciness in the middle that was so reminiscent of a fresh home baked gingerbread my wife made recently that I was now extra grateful she did so I could make a wise decision to use a little Caps Gingerbread. It also helps this vape with some extra slightly baked edge texture which is a big bonus here. As I referenced back to my notes I am reminded of the slight balance of soft caramel like yumminess I experienced, so hence a bit of FA Caramel was always going to be the best concentrate for that. For the Coconut I wish there was a toasted coconut concentrate that would fit here however the excellent authentic mouthfeel that VT Desiccated Coconut offers so well, it would be a crime not to use it in this profile. A little kiss of some FLV Smoked Butterscotch to help replicate those baked edge notes was added then the patience of a 7 day steep begins. While vapable off the shake this recipe becomes bellissimo after 7 days. The wait was well worth it! OMG "Stupefacente" (amazing) so much so I am posting it here to share with you all !
I hope you enjoy this as much as I have creating this, let me what you thought of this below and regardless just enjoy the discovery on your mixing journey!
Have fun and "Together, Let's Discover!"
NOTE: I enjoy this the best on a recurve single coil RDA with a 1 ohm SST Coil at 50w.
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It is the first time i use cinnamon in a tobacco and i am really happy because the final result came out really good.Vanilla ruyan and native tobacco are an excellent pair as a tobacco base and there is no need to use other creams.Smoked butterscotch and butterscotch add body and sweetness and cinnamon crunch add that light spicy note.
It is literally a snv mix,nothing really changes with steeping.After a few days the mix smoothens a little,but that's all.
Mixed for the mixen vixens the image this week looked to me to be a graham cracker base with a philly cream cheese filing and a banana flambe topping
On the inhale of the vape you get the dark sweet caramelized notes followed by the sweet vanilla cream cheese and slight cooked caramelized banana finish
FW Graham Cracker is a solid graham cracker with some vanilla butter notes - it creates the base for this mix along with JB biscut for some additional texture and butter notes
INW yes we can cheesecake and INW creme brulee work well together to create a creamy filling very similar to the philly cream cheese . It is more of a creamy vanilla then an authentic Italian cream cheese filling. The burnt sugar note of INW cream brulee is also used in this mix to support that flambe note .
The SA banana flambe is a sweet cooked banana, that initally can be a bit like candy but has a really nice full body. It is noticeable on the back end of the inhale but is light on the caramelized sugar and rum. To support the caramelized sugars and syrup I added Jamaican rum, golden syrup and smokey butterscotch FLV smoked butterscotch adds a woody warm note on the back end which is really unique., and build off of the rum. VT golden syrup is a darker sweet syrup that has a nice sticky mouth feel
NOTES/SUB: This is a sweet mix on its own so does not really need sweetner but if you want to add more would recommend FLV sweetness .50%
Banana Flambe can be subed with Molinberry soft banana or WF banana puree ( for a slightly brighter top banana) if you want more of a cake note then TPA banana nut bread has a solid banana note and could work here .
In other versions of this mix I have subed Smokey Butterscotch for FW butter pecan if you do not want that smokey note but you want more texture and swet nuttiness to the mix or WF Butterscotch cream pie for more cream and lighter butterscotch top note .
This recipe is my ADV. It is very good as a SNV. The recipe really gains character the longer you let it steep. I have mixed it from Max PG all the way to 70pg/30vg and it is excellent throughout. My favorite times in steep are 10-15 days and anything after a month as there is an awkward period from 15 days to a month. I have some that is 3 months old and is still at its best
WF Butter Pecan Pie, OOO Marshmallow, and PUR Toasted Coconut Cheese Cake create the base and body of this mix WF butter pecan pie is a dark graham cracker brown sugar nutty base . The toasted coconut cheese cake adds some creamy body to the mix along with a toasted coconut note that helps to support the VT coconut OOO adds a needed vanilla note in this mix and some volume
FLV Smokey Butterschotch adds some warm notes to this mix and to the coconut along with that drizzle top note
VT Dark Chocolate is the dark chocolate background note on the exhale
ADDITIONAL NOTES and subs VT dark chocolate could be subed for HS Australian chocolate. PUR toasted coconut cheese cake could be subbed with INW yes we can cheese cake it is a nice creamy dense cheesecake, but you will loose some of those back toasted notes Add a Sweetness to yyou liking I used sweetness at .30
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.