Flavor Profile: dairy vanilla
Used in 1698 recipes at an average of 3.476%.
It's been far too long since I've shared a recipe. This has become a favorite of mine. A simple and straight forward mixed berry milkshake. The HS French vanilla ice cream, Sweet cream, Hazelnut, and LB Vanilla ice cream form a rich and thick milk shake base. The VT Forest mixed berries combined with the FA Forest mix make a nice sweet berry blend. The berries and ice cream balance well together to become a deliscious and rich berry milk shake. This is not bad right away, but after 7 days this sets up perfectly. Enjoy.
A simple rainbow sherbet vape. No bullshit
LB Rainbow Sherbert- This is the flavoring to rainbow sherbert spot on. Unfortunately it has 0 body and can be harsh.
LB Vanilla Ice Cream- This gives the recipe body and isn't insanely over powering so the vanilla blends in well with the rest of the citrus notes, softening them up.
FLV Cotton Candy- This with the buttery notes from vanilla ice cream blend really well together. This will also soften up those harsh citrus notes from rainbow sherbert.
My version of Southern Cuisine combined at its finest. Corn Bread and Butter Pecan's, combine together to make the best of Southern Cuisine, Posh Pudding.
This is using Fresh03 custard base and One on One Cornbread with Cap 27 to help with the texture. One on One Butter Pecan is used, it has a very authentic pecan taste. To add to the taste, I use FW Salted Caramel and Butterscotch.
My take on Chef's Mexican Fried Ice Cream
A sweet vanilla ice-cream inhale and a cereal exhale with hints of cinnamon & almond, bringing all the flavours together with the added taste of coconut.
It's not exactly the same as the original but it's close. If you love that, you will love this one too. If you sub the rich cinnamon for flv cinnamon crunch at .3% and bump the AP a little bit it will be closer to the original. But I prefer it this way 😉
Ideal to bridge the period when Chef's one is out of stock. (which happens sometimes because it is so good and popular)
If you like this recipe, you should give Chef's one a try as well, you can find the oneshot over here
All of Fear's original notes for Cardinal are below. It's quite frankly one of the best dessert tobaccos around.
Thinking on what a Hobbit would try to get out of a tobacco strain was an amusing exercise. With crispy bacon off the market my options were limited.
So I went with what I know best, besides yogurts, custards. I cut my shake and vape custard stone down so that I wasn't interfering with the innate creaminess of the HHRY4. What I wanted was a creamy custard backnote, which I think I achieved.
The butterscotch is there to push the caramel in the recipe forward a bit more.
It retains the smooth richness of Cardinal while adding a unique twist.
Fear's Original Notes:
I can keep revising recipes for months if not years as I get bored with a really good profile and do something different with it. Gonna release this one before I change it again. :) I have three favorite "RY4" concentrates. The original from Hangsen holds a special place in my heart, RY4 Double from TFA does as well but it tends to be on the harsh side for me. Lastly, Holy Grail RY4 from DIYFS is near to perfect for me but suffers from what all RY4s do, (in my opinion)... NOT ENOUGH TOBACCO
A simple, delectable desert tobacco.
Holy Grail RY4, one of my absolute favorite RY4s, heavy on the warm creamy caramel, heavy on the vanilla. used a bit heavy here to get the "warm creamy caramel" to the front.
FLV Red Burley, I absolutely love this concentrate. It is one of the handful of tobacco concentrates that are not NETs that I feel truly compares to a single varietal test to the actual tobacco it is named after. This is an odd concentrate, it comes in STRONG and true as a shake and vape, then dies off over a week, coming back in week two of the steep, less strong but way more nuance.
FLV Kentucky Blend, this is a really good analog cigarette concentrate, used a bit low here for a very slight smoky ash without having to use a TA. This can be left out completely but I feel it adds a nice note.
The pairing of the two FLV tobaccos here is to amplify and authenticate the little bit of tobacco that Holy Grail has. If I am going to long steep a bottle of this >3 weeks I bump the FLV Tobaccos up to double what they are here. Not that they fade away but at double what they are they maintain a stronger presence outside of the 3 week steep.
This is a really good shake and vape (by my definition, at least let it sit over night after vigorous shaking), it does change significantly over the next 14 days hitting it's peak of meld and nuance at that point. If you are a desert tobacco lover give this one a shot in a larger mix to experience the change in profile and nuance. I listed 60 vg as ideal as I feel tobaccos benefit from a bit higher PG, but it is also really good at my max VG percentage of 70. This is really good in any flavor atty/tank, different coil types and airflow will accentuate different aspects of the profile immensely.
Jen Jarvis asked if I would like to make a fantasy based mix for her show. This is part of a multi show series she is doing. It sounded like so much fun, I was happy to take part. I decided to base a flavor off of Sephiroth from FF7. He is dressed in black and grey, reminding me of a black tea. What goes well with black tea, but some honey. I enjoy floral teas as well; enjoying rose, I decided to add that. Most of all, I enjoy ice cream. So how about an amalgamation of all this! I decided to make a rose water, black tea ice cream with honey.