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Att: Impatient mixes that do not like to steep. this one isn't bad right out of the gate peaks at around 3 weeks.
FLV Pound cake and And Custard make a very nice sweet vanilla bed for this mix. Cap Butter Cream and FA Butterscotch are blended equal parts to make one play against the other adding the extra little bit of creamy buttery notes that FA is missing. FA does a good job bringing the melted brown sugar of real butterscotch but lacks a bit on the buttery aspect. Irish cream and Jamaican run are in the mix to give it a bit of a dark liquor type exhale. At 5.75% total flavor some people will think this cant possibly be tasteful enough but I am not a super sensitive vapor with extreme taste buds and I can guarantee this mix is a flavorful one. It taste good right out of the gate but it definitely benefits from letting it rest a week so that the Jamaican rum and Irish Cream fall in their place.
This recipe was uploaded on ELR on July/2017 and I transferred the info here so if you would like to see what others have been saying about it you can go check out the comments on ELR.
This is a thick creamy sweet recipe coconut heavy and very creamy. Some people get the peppery notes from TFA VBIC if your one of those people you may want to sub for Cap Vanilla Ice cream. 10- 20 day recommended steep but for the impatient one 3 days will do. I find it to be perfectly sweet with no added sweetener but 1% EM (Cotton Candy) or 0.5% FW sweetener is optional.
I prefer EM in this over super sweet or FW sweetener because it is sweet enough without making it sickly sweet and EM in this mix serves as a blenderizer.
This recipe was uploaded on ELR on 04/17 and it's been real popular on ELR, I figured it was time to share it here.
Inw lemon cake was a great base to build this profile off of. And then the rest of the recipe just snowballed together. Aged bourbon cream is the first bourbon flavor I've actually liked. Having a little Jamaica special to boost the sweetness alcohol of the profile. hope you enjoy!
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So I had a Rum Ba Ba at a restaurant (see picture) and it was wonderful. A lighter than air dough, they cut it open at the table and then poured a lot of rum over it and spooned the lightly whipped cream ... and then the sugary glaze like syrup... it was wonderful so here is my take.
WF Rum Baba SC - It;s got a bit of the rum and the nice glaze to it so its a good starting point
Jamaican Rum - It needed a good rum boost and boozy note and this brings the noise on that
Creme Chantily - This is the cream on top, that melts in, its got that wonderful creamy texture (thanks MlNikon for this tip)
yellow cake + zeppola - The rum ba ba flavour is missing the "baba" so these two add a light fluffy baba with a hint of doughyness
Caramel Salted - This just drives the caramel flavour home I think
Straight off the shake it tastes good but over a couple of days it picks up on the cake a bit more and fills out.
Being someone who have a really hard time tasting strawberry juices, what was left for me was to play around and a find a way to use strawberry in a way that pleases me. After thinkering a lot, what came was this strawberry juice, based in a drink made with coconut rum + strawberry syrup. It's cold, sweet, refreshing and delicious.
A simple aromatic pipe profile here. I wanted this to be smooth, tobacco forward with an accent of maple and a dab of rum. The molasses is added to enhance the rum and give it a little more sweetness. I considered using TFA Brown Sugar but the 'lasses seems to fit better.
It could use a bit more tobacco so I think v4 will have 1.5% of FLV Cured Tobacco in place of the Tatanka, just to see how it works.
Semi Tobacco vape with chocolate, orange and rum. The whole recipe was constructed while single flavor testing the INW Am4A. Am4A shouted for a FW Blood Orange. Blood Orange brought the FA Jamaica Special (Jamaican Rhum). Also, there are hints of cocoa in the exhale of Am4A. So, Double chocolate Clear TPA was in the game but I wanted it to be kind of bitter. I also wanted the alcohol notes of the rum to be absorbed by a cake. Chocolate Fudge Brownie CAP was the perfect solution.
The final result is a dark, bitter and sweet vape.