Flavor Profile: custard dairy dessert vanilla
Used in 650 recipes at an average of 2.209%.
My take on Chef's Mexican Fried Ice Cream
A sweet vanilla ice-cream inhale and a cereal exhale with hints of cinnamon & almond, bringing all the flavours together with the added taste of coconut.
It's not exactly the same as the original but it's close. If you love that, you will love this one too. If you sub the rich cinnamon for flv cinnamon crunch at .3% and bump the AP a little bit it will be closer to the original. But I prefer it this way 😉
Ideal to bridge the period when Chef's one is out of stock. (which happens sometimes because it is so good and popular)
If you like this recipe, you should give Chef's one a try as well, you can find the oneshot over here
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 turned out fabulous! if you love dessert vapes then this is a must mix!! its smooth, creamy and has that carmalized note of a creme brulee. vta is an absolite must in anyone dessert stash! The flovors all blend so well together, and is in my top 3 favorite best recipes 🐩🐩🐩
it can be vaped right after mixing and gets truely amazing when steeped!!
I added one drop on 0.9 normal saline per 10cc. just to see what it would do here. i wanted to make the recipe pop! it worked great!! it took this recipe from great to fabulous!!
this has been my kryptonite for the last year or so. I guarantee you will not want to vape any other butterscotch custard/pudding's again. put it in your rotation, you won't be mad you did. (this is made for sub ohm devices such as rda's and tanks.)
fw butterscotch & fa caramel pair with tpa brown sugar to deliver the incredible dark note.
flv vanilla custard & inw custard are soul mates. the two combine to deliver a nice thick and creamy, eggy, thick mouthfeel custard.
fa almond is the finishing enhancing touch. it adds yet more creaminess and emulsifies all the notes.