By: One On One (OOO)
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Very delicious Pear recipe. If you like fruits, if you like pears, do yourself a favor and make this recipe. Sweetener and Coolant are at your own discretion. NOTE: I would not sweeten any more than .5% as it will start to mute the fantastic nuances to this ADV.. ... SHAKE & VAPE qualified, Any comments or suggestions appreciated.
A custardy RY4 to celebrate the end of upper 90 degree temps here in Tennessee. I flipped the percentages on the Hangsen Caramel Toffee and WF Caramel Popcorn and Peanuts from Alfred Pudding's 1 2 3 Cracker Jack . . . cranked the WF Vanilla Ruyan Custard all the way up and mixed in a little OOO Burnt Sugar with FA Custard Premium, to bring the smoky vanilla up to play nice with the heavy caramel note. A touch of FLV Sweet & Smokey with woody TFA Red Oak to help the tobacco play the back to the caramel/vanilla front.
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This is a lava flow clone that nails the burnt sugar clouds of the original!
The strawberry trio is well balanced with Capella's Golden Pineapple and the coconut is just on the edge of too much but isn't.
The dragon fruit and tangerine are there to enhance the strawberries and pineapple so can probably be subbed with other juicy poppers.
I think I've really nailed the sweetness - you saw OOO's burnt sugar in a lava flow clone here first! With the TPA Brown Sugar its got that dark sweet body like the original. Sweetener is added for sweetness without blowing your coil.
Last but not least, I believe all the ingredients are DX - please let me know if you know otherwise.