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A re-imagining of my earlier Strawber-RY4. I basically just took the brulee and tobacco base from Long Gone Lonesome Blues and replaced the blueberries with strawberries.
The name, Paradeisi, comes from the name of a village on the northern coast of Rhodes, Greece. It is also the site of an annual Strawberry Festival.
The body of the creme brulee is FA Custard Premium and WF Vanilla Ruyan Custard. The OOO Creme Brulee is there to add the torched sugar top to the custard. The creme brulee part of the recipe, with the Vanilla Ruyan and burnt sugar of the OOO Creme Brulee, really plays well with the FLV tobaccos. FLV Cured and Native provide the earthy tobacco backdrop for the strawberries and scorched custard.
Mixed at 60vg/40 pg and well-shaken, this performs well as a SNV. I put it away and brought it back out a week later and it was perfect (in my opinion) . . . this is a creamy, strawberry, dessert tobacco.
FA Metaphor has a creamy vanilla angel food cake flavor, fluffy and light. I decided against Pandoro.
FA Custard premium - some moisture for the cake and it steeps fast. You could use FA custard if you want but I don't have it and don't know what the lemon notes in it will do to everything else already in here.
FW Lemon Mernigue Pie - I originally had vanilla cupcake but it wasn't behaving too low and its all icing too high and its too much vanilla.
VT Buttercream frosting - you need frosting and this boosts the cupcake icing element.
CAP Butter cream - backs up the buttercream frosting preventing it from being powdery
VT Persian lime - some added tartness
FE Lemon - non-fading and decent in bakeries. A low amount due to lighter lemon notes from Metaphor already present.
VT Vanilla cream - This stuff is just great so it has to be there.
Sweeten to taste/ Vape Wizard etc you can suit yourself here but I use 0.5/0.25.
Releasing this primarily for feedback which is rare. Hope it helps someone at least get an idea.
I used the same creme brulee base that I used in Long Gone Lonesome Blues but eschewed the fruit for a strong vanilla note (DIYFS Holy Vanilla and MB Epic Vanilla). The body of the creme brulee is FA Custard Premium and WF Vanilla Ruyan Custard. The OOO Creme Brulee is there to add the torched sugar top to the custard. The creme brulee part of the recipe, with the Vanilla Ruyan and burnt sugar of the OOO Creme Brulee really plays well with the FLV tobaccos. I added a touch of TFA Brown Sugar and FW Graham Cracker to boost that crusty sugar note. I vaped this over the course of the week while cruising in the Caribbean and absolutely loved it! You can SNV but at 7 days this is a delicious cross between a tobacco and a creme brulee.
Plump blueberries, smooth, custardy creme brulee, and earthy tobaccos.
A little bit of EdibleMalfunction's Blueberry Trinity (minus the Bilberry) with a kiss of FE Lemon to make the berries pop (per EdibleMalfunction as well and as evidenced by ID10-T's Viserion).
The body of the creme brulee is FA Custard Premium and WF Vanilla Ruyan Custard. The OOO Creme Brulee is there to add the torched sugar top to the custard. The creme brulee part of the recipe, with the Vanilla Ruyan and burnt sugar of the OOO Creme Brulee really plays well with the FLV tobaccos. It bridges the gap between the bright, sweet fruit notes and the darker, earthy tobaccos.
Where the name Lonesome Rhodes comes from . . . Elia Kazan's A Face in the Crowd
Mixed at 60vg/40 pg and well-shaken, this performs admirably as a SNV . . . a day later, and it is still great. I literally went to bed looking forward to waking up to try this with coffee . . . the experience did not disappoint.
What is $100 Strawberry Custard? Only the BEST custard you've ever dreamed of vaping, made with the BEST flavorings available.
DFS Holy Vanilla at same % as the Black Label is a PERFECT substitute!!
Yes-this is a shake-n-vape strawberry custard. You're welcome!
Please don't use this recipe for commercial gain. And please don't post to other websites. Thank you.
A gorgeous custard filled donut with caramel dripping and moreish nutty tones.
Enjoy this mix that really brings together the levels of creams, caramel and bakery tones that I am totally into and enjoying right now.
Firstly I start with a new Donut stone that seems to work beautifully by simply combining the WF Glazed Donut & FW Cake Batter Dip. It seemingly helps to give that soft "not to bready" base and that's the way I love my donuts. As most know I'm totally nuts so it;s only appropriate that I brought some beautiful nuttiness into this profile. The FW Butter Pecan plays beautifully and sells the nutty mouthfeel and when combined in this recipe with PUR Vanilla Nut Brittle it helps to bring "next Level" sweet nut tones into this. Behind every lovely caramel is a butterscotch as a best friend and vice versa. The FA Caramel is a lovley soft caramel that seemingly melts in here with the FW Butterscotch ripple to help also get the custard middle ready. The filler of all this is the FA Premium custard that offers a generous yet balanced center that just oozes out at the exhale and plays an integral part in rounding out the overall profile.
I'm really enjoying this as I hope you will to!
Let me know what you think if you don't get distracted by mixing your second and third bottle of this. :)
One of my all time favorite commercial e-liquids is Blondie by Centerfold Vape Co. It is described as, "Rich, not too sweet, creamy, and full of flavor. This is a vanilla custard with a light hint of fruit - a custard like none before it." It truly is wonderful. So, I set out to make a custard with just a hint of fruit. I wanted that hint of fruit to be pear . . . FA Pear. I used LB VIC because Blondie reminds me of a crème anglaise or the base of vanilla ice cream before it is frozen. The custard base is made up of FA Custard Premium and FLV Vanilla Pudding. I added FW Tres Leches because I love the creaminess of it . . . also a key ingredient in Botboy141's Just Cust. CAP Cake Batter just adds to the overall richness of the recipe. AP is added for just a bit of that grit . . . to sharpen those smooth edges. Finally, DIYFS Holy Vanilla . . . because Holy Vanilla!
This Gold Ounce is not trying to be a clone of Blondie . . . it is an homage . . . an ode. This is, like, version 100 (a bit hyperbolic but with a grain of truth) of my attempt to find my vanilla custard . . . my custard . . . just one in a vast sea of custards. My quest to rival Ahab's . . . I'm shouting, "Look ye! d'ye see this Spanish ounce of gold? - holding up a broad bright coin to the sun - it is a sixteen dollar piece, men. D'ye see it? Mr. Starbuck, hand me yon top-maul." I'm leaving this here for now and nailing it to the mast.
3 day minimum steep time . . . after 3 days the flavors in this recipe start to blossom and open up.
Chocolate-covered strawberries and wild rose blended with a creamy custard. VT Devon Cream brings a light chocolate cream kiss to the union of strawberries . . . INW Dzika Róża (Wild Rose) subtly caresses the strawberries towards a state of blissful sweetness. All of this enveloped in the embrace of a creamy, sultry, vanilla-tinged custard. Good as a SNV . . . but sinfully delicious after 24 hours.
This is essentially a spiced-cookie butter custard . . . it's involved . . . there's a lot going on here. This is the closest that I've been able to get to the flavor of cookie butter. I'm not at all ashamed that it uses 900 (some relatively hard to come by) concentrates. For real . . . just order them from the UK.
Yellow matter custard
Dripping from a dead dog's eye
Crabalocker fishwife, pornographic priestess
Boy, you've been a naughty girl
You let your knickers down
I am the egg man
They are the egg men
I am the walrus
Goo goo g'joob
The title of this recipe comes from the lyrics of the Beatles song " I am the Walrus".
Another review from DDU here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hh1Wm7OnGJw
From the feedback - yes you can try JF Yellow Cake and you can use VT Butter Cream Frosting as alternatives. Even better possibly would be the OOO Vanilla custard cheesecake as this tastes like LA cream cheese icing but better apparently the original is still the best. Thanks for the awesome feedback and ratings everyone.