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If you have not tried @Fear Cardinal recipe, please do yourself a favor and mix it. It is delish. Summer and Fall of 2017, I kept at least 500ml of this ready to vape all the time. I have a problem with peaches, I love them. So, I thought what would Cardinal be like with Peach? So, I tried it and came up with GA Cardinal. Why not Peach Cardinal? Well, have you seen a Peach Cardinal?
So, I kept the base recipe the same. I added FA White Peach and FA Apricot. What comes out of this, is a delicious RY4 tobacco with a caramelized Peach on the exhale. I am in love.
This is a twist on an traditional Italian peach cookie. The traditional cookie does not have any peach in it but the they are dipped in an Italian liqueur called Alchermes which gives them a peach color and then they are rolled in sugar. Alchermes can be hard to find out side of Italy and it is often substituted with peach liquor in america. Alhtough it tends to have a light cherry note and can be a little bitter. On the inhale you get the almond cookie with
some of the custard and on the exhale you get the slight peach note.
WF almond cookie and FA marzipan create the soft cookie base for the peach cream, WF almond cookie is simply spot on and I try to use whenever i can .
FA premium custard I went back and forth on the cream filling here and tried Bavarian creme, catalan cream and Vienna cream and all can work but I just really liked it best with the premium custard
WF cream peach pie The peach in WF is just a perfect slightly cooked peach that works here
FA apricot adds some depth to the peach and helps add some of the deeper notes
FA lemon helps the sweet notes pop and is used in the actual Italian recipe
sugar orchid I have been struggling with how to use this flavor and I think I have finally figured it out - as it has a lovely light cherry vanilla back note with an almost grainy sugar texture.. It is pretty potent. The traditional liquor that is used in this recipe has some cherry notes and the cookie is rolled in sugar
shisha Vanilla is added simple to support the vanilla notes in this mix
STEEP 5 - 7 days min for custard to settle in - this is a subtle flavor profile and may be be for every one but it is unique doe snot assault the palate
NOTES: you can sub or add the folowing:
SUB for FA premium custard: for a lighter cream with less of a eggy note you can use TPA Bavarian cream, FLV vanilla pudding or JF Bavarian cream for a lighter cream with less of an eggy note.
If you want to support the lemon top note add FA custard
Feel free to add sweetner to your taste I use FLV at .30
FLV basil : these cookies are often eaten with mint or basil , adding a low percentage of basil to this mix gives a unique finish that adds a light savory note to the mix
A different take on a nice peaches and cream recipe. The mango and guava really create a nice sweet texture to add to the juicy ness of the recipe. The peaches coupled with apricot and nectarine give it almost a nice jammy taste. The Tangerine adds just a hint of zest to make the recipe more palatable. The cream base is a nice mix of FLV sweet Coconut, Vanilla Swirl and FA Cream Fresh. I was wanting to make a nice peaches and cream recipe but with some different elements incorporated in the mix. This needs about 3 days to come together. Mixed at 70/30. Mix it up you might just like it as much as I do.
When your stuck on a desert Island and need a nice juicy vape to quence your thirst and brighten your day with it's delicious flavor...
JF Honey Peach: a nice sweet ripe juicy peach.
WF Island Mango: a delicious juicy ripened mango that seems to encompass the whole mango flavor including the peel as it seems to have a interesting (but not off putting) funk to it that sets it apart from all the others out there.
INW Cactus: for added juiciness and hey, what else would you find in a desert? 🌵
FA Apricot: to help bridge the peach and mango while adding even more juiciness to help quence your thirst.
I don't have alot of experience with these flavors since I just picked them up over Labor Day weekend sales... I think that it's turned out pretty damn well for just picking flavors to go together... Mix it up, quence your palate, and let me know what you think... Hope y'all enjoy! 😎
So this is a twist on an Amaretto Sour . The story of how armaretto came to be is pretty interesting. I would like to believe it is true In 1525, a Saronno church commissioned artist Bernardino Luini, one of Leonardo da Vinci's pupils, to paint its sanctuary with frescoes. As the church was dedicated to the Virgin Mary, Luini needed to depict the Madonna, but was in need of a model. He found his inspiration in a young widowed innkeeper, who became his model and (in most versions) lover. Out of gratitude and affection, the woman wished to give him a gift. Her simple means did not permit much, so she steeped apricot kernels in brandy and presented the resulting concoction to a touched Luini
VT Brandy, FA marzipan, FA almond and Caramel create the amaretto base for this cocktail.. the combination of fa almond and marzipan is just perfect for this and the brandy adds some depth and bozzie notes. The caramel just adds more dark sweetness and mouth feel that is needed.
INW lemon and VT Lemon sour and VT golden syrup create the sweet and sour mix for an amaretto sour type of beverage. INW lemon is that tart sweet candied lemon along with the bright sourness of the lemon sour . ( NOTEyou can sub with FLV milk and honey 1.75% , LA lemonade 3% and FA lemond Sicily .75% but it does not have that sweet almost candied lemon syrup quality I wanted)
VT blood orange champagne adds that top orange note that is sometimes added to a amaretto sour and some more booze notes
Add sweetener of choice if you like it sweet.. and yeah I do - I use FLV sweetness here around .50
Special thanks to liam davey and @starsandclouds
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I tweeked this recipe from the original release by adding FA Apricot (Armenia) and adjusting the Strawberry flavorings a bit. It is now at a point that I am finished messing with it and call it done from my perspective. The FA Apricot made the Peach flavor more natural, and the adjusted strawberries elevated the Peach so that it slightly dominates over the Strawberry. When I vape it the initial exhale is a nice Custard followed by the Peach with the fruit combo settling on the palette which somedays tastes more Strawberry and others more Peach (which is how I remember vaping Peachtree Street). I also reduced the New York Cheesecake and upped the Vanilla Custard which got rid of that dryness I was getting in the vape in the prior recipe. For those that liked the prior recipe here it is:
CAP Dragon Fruit 0.75%
CAP New York Cheesecake 3%
LA Peach (colorless) 3%
FA Red Touch (Strawberry) 3.5%
TPA Strawberry (ripe) 3.5%
CAP Sweet Strawberry 1.5%
CAP Vanilla Custard v1 2%
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I've been working this recipe off-and-on for almost 2 years. I feel this has gotten to the point to get it out there, but I reserve the right to tweak it. This recipe was patterned off of the Peachtree Street eLiquid from HiggyCigs. I will never get that recipe down, but this is pretty nice. The balance between the fruit and the custard still needs a little work, and I’m concerned the flavors are a little too high across the board.
The concept is to have a rich creamy Custard base with a natural Peach and tart Strawberry topping. I played around with many Custards and creams and it never worked well, but when Wayne published King's Custard using Capella New York Cheesecake I decided to try it and it works very well indeed. I know LA Peach is more of an artificial Peach flavor, but it vapes with no bite to it. When the Peach is mixed with the Strawberry and Dragonfruit it ends up quite natural to me. The Strawberry mix was my attempt to make a fresh ripe tart Strawberry. The Dragonfruit was added to bolster the Strawberry flavor during the steep, and to blend it with the Peach. The concept is the Peach and Strawberry compete for flavor so that some days you taste the Peach and others the Strawberry.
In this recipe I find that the creamy Custard and Peach are present on the exhale, with the Strawberry lingering on the palate after the vape. Judging my recipe I find it to be a tad dry with an every so slight harshness. The Peach component still needs a little work, and I will be playing around with maybe FA Apricot and FA White Peach - although I have tried White Peach with mixed results in the past. I have concerns that the Strawberry might be a bit much as I am somewhat 'tone' deaf to the flavor at times.