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Ok this is a remix of the the ever popular Philip Rocke Grand reserve now as far as flavor notes everything works magically it's Hazelnut Cream with a splash of arabica coffee. I gave this two weeks to blend and mellow out from what I remember the original was not as tasty it was ok but I loved the profile...thanks for checking it out. *Note I dont have any suggestions for substitutes for the coffee Purilum caramel coffee with Sweet milk contributes to the entire recipe and blends everything to a creamy goodness..
This recipe is inspired from one of the Stars here on ATF: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/97838#yellow_matter_custard_dripping_from_a_dead_dog_s_eye_by_wadeyloops
But its so differently, to be a independent recipe creation, with his own unmistakable character!
A delish, cheesy Custard with lots of vanilla and a autentic, fresh Hazelnut as counterpart, whitch makes the vanilla not boring.
The Hazelnut causes, that the vanilla get not lost after a few puffs or your taste get used for it.
In the inspiring recipe, the "Creme Cheese Icing" was playing this part.
At the Inhale, you taste first the creamy Hazelnut, whitch prepares your taste, for the wonderful Vanilla, whitch will linger on your tongue, after the exhale.
The yellow cake gives the custard more depth and supprts the crust of the Cheesecake.
The crust gets stronger if you steep clear longer than the 14 days, which are recommended.
If you make a bigger batch or longer steep, and you dont like a stronger Crust, lower the Yellow Cake, to 1.5% or 1%.
You can sub the Holy Vanilla with INW Shisha Vanilla if you prefer that taste. But then use a little more. 2% will work well.
You can also sub the FW Yellow Cake, for JF Yellow Cake at same percentage. It makes the cake part a little thinner, but its still nice if you use 0.5% more.
You can also sub the CAP NY Cheesecake, for INW Cheesecake, but use only 1.5%, because its stronger.
All other flavours are essential. If you sub them, the mix is maybe also good, but goes too far from the original taste of this recipe
I need some time, and try a lot of variations, to get the recipe to this point.
To make it more cheesy and a little more creamy, in Harmonie with the Vanilla and the Nut.
All variations i have testet in Squape E, FeV VS and Dvarw MTL.
At a resistance around 1 Ohm, MTL, with stainless steel wire at 20 Watts
But iam sure, the type of the wire, will not play a important role.
Sweeten how you wish.
Iam not really a friend of sweetener, but a small amount, like the recipe says, is necessary in my opinion.
The concentrates give not enough of it, for this case.
All this text, is only to help you, to optimizing the Liquid for your taste. But you have not really take care of it.
Mix the recipe, with the listed flavours at their associated percetages, and you get a creamy, really delish Juice, if you like Dessert-Profiles!
Other recipe recommendation
If you like a other good Custard-Vape,, try: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/115400#yellow_extasy_by_zugmaschine
Or if you like a very good Ice Crean-Vape, try: https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/62201#holy_vanilla_ice_cream_by_zugmaschine
Not much to explain about this one guys! It’s straight up Nutella and who the fuck don’t like Nutella?!?!? I’d spread that stuff all over my wife and happily lick it all off!! Give this one a few days for the chocolates to settle however truth be told I vape this shit off the shake! Mix it up and leave a review and rating for others to see. DO NOT USE TPA PEANUT BUTTER!!! compared to the DX version it’s utter wank! Enjoy guys and gals 💙
To me? Spot on!
One of my best seller down here in Brazil.
Still, maybe you could add some (2-3%) of CAP Van custard if you dare make it creamier -But knowing that it’s not supposed to be a custardy profile!-
I kinda looove the feeling of dark melting hazel that comes from this mix.
Because of the “metallic thing” coming from the hazel groove, and cocoa’s dryness, please be a dear and wait those 3 weeks, deal?
Hope you enjoy!
Lots of love and flavor <3
I quite like my trials on diy. But this was the first one that really convinced my boyfriend, witch is why I call it “daddy’s”.
I started off using tpa hazelnut, but after a good steep I realized the reality of FW would fit better the profile. Feel free to use TPA’s without the hazel groove (changes completely, but works well).
I feel it well blended only after a month of steeping, despite after two weeks is already vapeable. Don’t dare trying before... there’s a metallic thing coming out from the hazels that creeps me out.
Hope you enjoy :)
Feel free to comment
Lots of love and flavor <3
This is one of those that I made, tried and didn't like, then left alone for 5 weeks and tried again, and it was WONDERFUL! Best banana bread recipe I have tried yet. Then again, with TFA Banana Nut Bread it's really hard to go wrong.
TFA Banana Nut Bread : obviously the star of the show. Such a great flavor, only needs a little help.
FA Cookie: to fill out the sweet "baked" flavor
TPA Butter: because butter
FA Meringue: for a sweet hint of frosting
FA Hazelnut to add to the nuttiness
and finally the flavor that has to steep in to be good...
CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl V2: this is for a hint of cinnamon, however after the shake it is still a bit overpowering imo. however, after a few weeks it works great!
Definitely recommend letting this one steep a bit, not exactly sure how long is best. Gonna say to start at 2 weeks and go from there.
So I actually didn’t know this was a thing?! One night whilst getting rather merry and knocking back the drinks I thought I was being all creative when I decided to add a decent sized glug of Baileys to my Starbucks (shop brought) cold frappe-chino! I was immediately transported to heaven as this shit was off the chain!!! I mean,it was pretty dam sweet so could only have one of them but nonetheless it was a delicious little cocktail. I honesty thought I had created something new but as it goes these things have been going for years!! 😂😂 oh well, I thought I’d take it one step further and re create this delicious concoction in vape form and boy oh boy have I nailed it! This recipe took some work but the end result is near on identical apart from the coldness. If you want to add WS-23 @ 0.50% then go for it! I however can’t tolerate the stuff so I left it out. The sweetener is a must in this recipe,it helps the chocolate out and also takes any bitterness away from the coffee. It also makes our cream sweet and silky. This is definitely a steeper, don’t be tempted to go in on it straight away as you’ll be disappointed, 5 days is spot on guys. I hope you enjoy this one and please be so kind to leave a rating and review if you do so choose to mix this up. Happy mixing 💙😎
Vanilla caramel “tobacco” with notes of toasted almond. I’ve been chasing the cafe racer lucky 13 / lucky bastard RY4 profile. I can’t remember the original actually tasting anything like tobacco. It was just a pretty rich and satisfying RY4 profile. Working from sense memory here as I’ve not had the original for a few years.
This is a stripped back version; the original is said to have contained “13 flavours”. I’m not convinced about that. Although the versions I made with 13 flavours were delicious, I wanted to hit all the main notes with as few flavours as possible here. Like the original, this pairs beautifully with an IPA. My personal favourite pairing is the Gunpowder IPA by Innis & Gunn. But anything with Cascade or Citra hops will work well with this stuff.
Steep: works surprisingly well off the shake, but I’d suggest leaving it 4-5 days before digging in, as FA Ry4 does develop some interesting notes over time.
TL;DR if you bought FA RY4 and don’t know what to do with it, this is a good way to use it up.
Photo from the Rustbelt series by Kalie Frisky
Profile: A nutty biscuit
For the biscuit part, my obvious go-to biscuit is here JF Biscuit. I decided that over INW Biscuit, as I find INW Biscuit to be just a tad too dry for what I wanted to achieve here.
To add a little pow-wow to the biscuit, I paired it up against a slight touch of AP, which helps the biscuit to feel a little bit more crunchy.
For the nuts, I went for my go-to FA Hazel Grove as I really enjoy the nuttiness it brings to the table and the slight taste of praline really works well in a nutty bakery type. I added in some WF Butter Pecan Pie to do a little dance with the hazelnut and it brings a warming creamy element to the mix along with some buttery and creamy notes, that goes really well with the biscuit.
Lastly, a finishing dash of FLV Cream and FA Carmel to add a further round touch, some rich mouthfeel and to help the warming touch.
Let it steep for a minimum of 2 weeks to get this recipe to reach its full potential.