(FA) Soho


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Second version of this recipe I added APyrazine and some JF biscuit and upped the soho this is much better than the first iteration

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This is a soft pretzel with a coating of crumbled graham cracker, caramel and cinnamon sugar.

FA Soho, VT Croissant and WF Croissant help build the doughy but also crunchy pretzel base.

FW Graham Cracker along with FLV Rich Cinnamon make up the graham cracker and cinnamon sugar.

FA Caramel along with FA Soho adds a touch of caramel to the top.

Sweetener to preference, but Cap SS may make things weird.

It's not bad off the shake, but it needs a few days to really come together.

A pistachio ry4 w butterscotch and vanilla pudding this is a first version of this recipe

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Double Down is a rich, bold and creamy coffee with notes of chocolate.

We're going to start this one of with smoky, roasty, delicious WF Brazilian Coffee at 1.5%. No woody off notes or nasty charcoal after taste just smooth coffee. To give it that BOLD flavor I expect from a mocha 2% FA Soho. This mocha absolutely needs some chocolate notes. Look no further than FLV mocha. It's a really nice dry dairy chocolate that tastes, to me, a lot like nesquik. We just need to give this recipe a little cream. FA Hazelnut is very good at making coffee creamy and a little FLV sweet coconut goes a loooong way in this recipe.

Sweeten to Taste

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https://youtu.be/v1x7LIk-vn8

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If this is the first time you’re looking at one of my recipes thank you so much for checking me out. These recipes are geared towards mixers who are just starting out making their own eliquid. All of the flavors in this recipe are from a limited list of 26 ingredients. Check out my YouTube channel for lots more recipes!

Look, I love RY4s. I have been trying for so long to create my own RY4. I've made plenty, some successful, most not, but what I was looking for was just a bear basics, all day RY4. Nothing addition, special, unique or unexpected. Some dirty tobacco, sweet caramel and a little cream. I've been using TFA RY4 Double as a solo flavor at 7% for quite a while. AND. I. LOVE. IT. But still, I wanted to create something of my own. I tried so many tobaccos, combined them with every caramel that exists and I just couldn't get that simple profile perfect, until now.

I was chatting with my friend Mike and he brought up FA Soho. I'd never tried it, at the time, I'd never even heard of it. It's got one of those weird names that doesn't say what it is so why should've I?

I picked it up and I. LOVED. IT. It was exactly what I had been looking for to create my own RY4. The key to unlock such a simple thing.

I used it at 5% and it's a beautiful, delicate and quite dirty tobacco with some warm, sugary sweet, bakery notes. It's the perfect building block for an RY4.

I combined it with syrupy FW Salted Caramel for that caramel finish and 1% WF Vanilla Ruyan Custard to give it some creamy mouthfeel and a hint of cured tobacco.

I love this recipe and I hope you try it out!

Sweeten to Taste.

Watch the Video Here:

https://youtu.be/-fNg16V5yK4

Rich and creamy custard that is SoHo delicious. Some folks may be able to handle Soho better than my lungs can so you could bump it up a half percent or so. While i love it i cant go past 4% or ill cough like crazy. Cure this 14 days.

Has become one of my ADV's.

These flavors all complement each other so well. If you want a rich dessert with a light tobacco, look no further. Its pretty tasty and not bad for one of my first attempts at an original tobacco recipe. You get a nice forward butterscotch and custard followed up with a rich caramel and tobacco note on the back end.I'm very happy with it off the shake but gets much better after a few days.

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Simple 123 recipe. Caramel, nuts, tobacco. Red Burley pairs beautifully with Soho. Hangsen Ry4 adds some extra depth and fills in the base with some slight woody notes.

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A creamy, flavourful dessert tobacco with hazelnut notes.

While FA Soho alone is a great flavor already, INW Biscuit perfectly compliments Sohos cookie side whereas FLV Native and Kentucky make it a real tobacco flavor.
WF Hazelnuts and Cream does a great job at adding an excellent hazelnut topnote that comes through after 3 days of steeping and gives the whole recipe its unique, creamy mouthfeel.

Great after 3 days, best after 2 weeks.

Tested MTL in Vapefly Holic and Uwell Yearn.

Check out Waynes comment on this recipe here:
https://youtu.be/BYnaNCl7jkQ?t=1791

And Developeds comments here:
https://youtu.be/yH0ZyHNyKUY?t=3717

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Need around 5+ days steep. This was made with the OG Version of Holy Grail RY4. If you don’t have the og I’m not sure how V2 will work as a replacement bc i have never tried it. TPA ry4 double or JF Ry4 could also be replacements.

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