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Here we have a fairly simple and straight forward Nutty Custard Profile.
I absolutely love Custard and wanted to combine my all time favorite nut into the mix, the all mighty Pistachio!
(TPA) Bavarian Cream 1% + (INW) Biscuit 1% + (FA) Custard Premium 2%, pulls together to create an extremely luscious, rich, and decadent Custard.
(TPA) Pistachio 4% produces a nice creamy nutty note, and when paired together with (FLV) Pistachio at 1% adds the textural top note to the nut that clearly makes it a distinct Pistachio.
Now by adding (TPA) Ry4 Double 4% is something I felt was crucial to give the recipe a nice deep aroma, but also add some slight Vanilla & dark Caramel notes to give the impression as if the desert was finished off with a light brush of smoke.
This is great off the shake, and fantastic after 3 days! However, if you can hold out for a couple weeks?... Wowza!! :)
I hope you enjoy this one as much as I do!
HAPPY MIXING, & HAPPY VAPING!!!
What's poppin' family. I'm going to keep this one short and sweet so we can get back to mixin'. This is hands down my favorite Vanilla Custard I've been vaping as of late, and if you know me, I mix my fair share of custards. This one is simple, uses fairly common and accessable ingredients (maybe not VT Vanilla Buttercream Frosting and FA Custard Premium, but if you don't have them you should), and packs a whole lot of flavor. I've approached this recipe as kind of a throwback, or an updated version of classic combinations. FA Custard Premium instead of CAP Vanilla Custard V1, INW Yes, We Cheesecake instead of TFA Cheesecake (Graham Crust)...you get the picture. It's about upgrades. At the end of the day it's super smooth and the thick vanilla cream takes center stage. Anyway, let's get to the recipe.
10% total, 2 week steep, and I add CAP Super Sweet because I want to. Add sweetener of your choice if that's your thing.
Custard base boys, and this one slaps. FA Custard Premium and INW Custard deliver a symphony of flavor, harmonious like Jordan and Pippen. These two were built for each other and brilliantly lay the groundwork for a dense, buttery and eggy cream. The decadent vanilla starts to develop in this layer, which we will bolster with a few other choice concentrates. It's quite the canvas to work with.
VT Vanilla Buttercream Frosting is without a doubt a serious banger. The bright vanilla is complex and rich in this frosting offering, and it plays wonderfully into our already developed base. Butter, creaminess, vanilla and sweetness. This one is a keeper, pick it up if you don't have it.
FA Vienna Cream the mf'in OG. A classic concentrate when you want your cream silky smooth. It brings more vanilla and a velvety creaminess to our recipe that really helps our custard sing. I constantly find myself turning to this concentrate when I'm making cream recipes because it's so delicious. Downside? It brings the recipe to a two week steep. Worth it.
FLV Milk & Honey can be tricky. For this recipe it adds depth, and brings our bright, in your face vanillas into balance. Lingering dark sweetness galavants throughout the vape that is a welcome addition and adds intrigue. It's a great flavor if you want to add a little mystery and sophistaction to your recipes.
INW Yes, We Cheesecake brethren. Graham cracker and cookie notes. Graininess. Creaminess and body. This is a one stop shop of deliciousness and I'm hoping that most of you mixers have had the opportunity to play with this workhorse. Bakeries almost always work well in custards to solidify an awesome creamy body, and it shines here.
And that's that. My newest Custard in 2020. It's simple enough, and packs a ton of flavor. I hope you all enjoy. Cheers.
Absolutely in love with this recipe
Equal parts Graham crackers and thick, rich custard
The Graham crackers take a couple of days to come through but the custard takes a full two weeks to mature. It’s well worth the wait though as the custard just laps up the side of the dark crunchy crackers with it’s sweet luxuriousness.
The custard is based around FA custard prem with the Bavarian cream and Creme Brulee to back it up and the FW Graham Cracker is the main cracker note with the butter and brown sugar (FLV Caramel) to back that up
I’m so happy I made this as it's not only become my ADV but my favourite liquid. I can’t stop vaping it
Edit, I’ve cranked the caramel up to 1% as I forgot that that’s how high I had it originally and it’s better that way. It just adds a touch more darkness which makes all the difference
Thanks to all the people who have mixed it
I've been vaping this all week . . . it was great off the shake and remains great and unchanged 5 days later. I'm an educator, so, coming off the break, I needed something for the ride to and from school. I had not had much time to try some of these new flavors and just went for it. I'm extremely pleased with how this has come out . . . smooth, thick, rich, sweet vanilla custard. This is a new take on an old classic . . . fluffy custards, buttery bakery notes, creamy cheesecake, and extra vanilla. I'm mixing up another 30 of this for the coming week! If you mix it . . . I hope you enjoy it!!!
There are a lot of Lemon Meringue Pie recipes on here, this is just another take on it.
This one is string on the butteriness, and cream. Light on the sugary meringue.
FE Lemon is chosen because it will outlast the steep needed for the custard. It can be substituted with your favourite lemon, just push it a bit higher to last through the steep.
FA Custard Premium is much maligned, and may be hard to get in your territory - it can be substituted with CAP Vanilla Custard if you choose.
HS French Vanilla IceCream can be swapped out with LB Vanilla Ice Cream should you choose.
Let it steep for a while in order to get the custards and creams to bloom.
21 Days is a good while for this.