By: One On One (OOO)
Used in 122 recipes at an average of 1.795%.
So, I didn't have everything for MaxSavage's Golden Boy, but it sounded delicious. Therefore, I mixed his idea with my Long Gone Lonesome Blues (minus the blueberries and lemon), adding what I had that was "all things golden." Thus, Stay Gold, Ponyboy was born . . . I thought I would share. I've been vaping it all week on the ride to and from work and felt like it was ready to share . . . not to mention, after a long week, I've had a few and have been listening to Dinosuar Jr's You're Living All Over Me and Sonic Youth's Sister on repeat . . . 1987 was a truly a golden year for music. I'm feeling my oats.
This is a dessert tobacco . . . a creamy, golden dessert tobacco.
Honey Custard Tobacco
INW Gold for Pipe has a bit of metallic note that requires a bit of bending but the flavor itself is an incredible honey pipe tobacco that I've wanted to use for a while now. VT Golden Syrup brings that honey note found in Gold For Pipe forward, fills it out, and adds richness that was needed to blend both the honey and custard layer. OOO Creme Brulee is very toasted and creamy but lacked the true custard note which is where TFA Vanilla Custard comes in. I have struggled to find a custard that works well with tobaccos and overlooked TFA Vanilla Custard many times, but I find this to be my favorite custard in general for it's flexibility. FLV Fucking Native.. enough said. Anyone should know by now my love for FLV Native is beyond belief. It's an amazing dry tobacco that I've found hard not to put in any tobacco. If you don't have it, grab it, I love it. I really do love this mix with .6% FLV Virginia to add that light, spicy, golden tobacco flavor that really does fit with the honey profile... BUT with the help of Alfred Pudding going against my better judgement I went with FLV Kenutcky Blend at the same percentage because it adds that bold tobacco that provides a great balance of tobacco and custard.
This is the version I chose to release, if you like more custard than tobacco just bump the custard up to 1.5-2%. If you get pepper from TFA VC sub with FA Premium.
This is a Maple Bourbon Custard
For the Maple Bourbon I used some FA Maple Syrup, RF Bourbon Cream & FA Vanilla Bourbon.
For the custard I layered/threw together a bunch of different creams. The main ones are the INW Custard & OOO Vanilla Custard Cheesecake. The OOO Creme Brulee is used for some toasted sweetness & I added a drop of FA Torrone to thicken the cream up some more.
PLEASE RATE & REVIEW IF YOU MIX
A re-imagining of my earlier Strawber-RY4. I basically just took the brulee and tobacco base from Long Gone Lonesome Blues and replaced the blueberries with strawberries.
The name, Paradeisi, comes from the name of a village on the northern coast of Rhodes, Greece. It is also the site of an annual Strawberry Festival.
The body of the creme brulee is FA Custard Premium and WF Vanilla Ruyan Custard. The OOO Creme Brulee is there to add the torched sugar top to the custard. The creme brulee part of the recipe, with the Vanilla Ruyan and burnt sugar of the OOO Creme Brulee, really plays well with the FLV tobaccos. FLV Cured and Native provide the earthy tobacco backdrop for the strawberries and scorched custard.
Mixed at 60vg/40 pg and well-shaken, this performs well as a SNV. I put it away and brought it back out a week later and it was perfect (in my opinion) . . . this is a creamy, strawberry, dessert tobacco.
I used the same creme brulee base that I used in Long Gone Lonesome Blues but eschewed the fruit for a strong vanilla note (DIYFS Holy Vanilla and MB Epic Vanilla). The body of the creme brulee is FA Custard Premium and WF Vanilla Ruyan Custard. The OOO Creme Brulee is there to add the torched sugar top to the custard. The creme brulee part of the recipe, with the Vanilla Ruyan and burnt sugar of the OOO Creme Brulee really plays well with the FLV tobaccos. I added a touch of TFA Brown Sugar and FW Graham Cracker to boost that crusty sugar note. I vaped this over the course of the week while cruising in the Caribbean and absolutely loved it! You can SNV but at 7 days this is a delicious cross between a tobacco and a creme brulee.
Creams, recipe Mixing with me Mates in Wednesday night.
Delicious creamy Butter Pecan Ice Cream sandwiched between 2 Graham Wafers, Drizzled with a creamy caramel/ butterscotch.
Lucky Shot by osdiy is an amazing concentrate, it is really considered a one-shot. It is like a French Vanilla Mousse Pie in a Graham Cracker crust with caramel. This is very Graham Cracker forward.
butter Pecan Ice cream by OOO is more like a oven roasted Pecan. It has a delicious taste.
French Vanilla Ice Cream by Hangsen is a great creamy, buttery French vanilla with Caramel notes.
Creme Brulee by OOO gives a slight burnt caramelized note, this helps the Graham Cracker in the Lucky Shot.
Plump blueberries, smooth, custardy creme brulee, and earthy tobaccos.
A little bit of EdibleMalfunction's Blueberry Trinity (minus the Bilberry) with a kiss of FE Lemon to make the berries pop (per EdibleMalfunction as well and as evidenced by ID10-T's Viserion).
The body of the creme brulee is FA Custard Premium and WF Vanilla Ruyan Custard. The OOO Creme Brulee is there to add the torched sugar top to the custard. The creme brulee part of the recipe, with the Vanilla Ruyan and burnt sugar of the OOO Creme Brulee really plays well with the FLV tobaccos. It bridges the gap between the bright, sweet fruit notes and the darker, earthy tobaccos.
Where the name Lonesome Rhodes comes from . . . Elia Kazan's A Face in the Crowd
Mixed at 60vg/40 pg and well-shaken, this performs admirably as a SNV . . . a day later, and it is still great. I literally went to bed looking forward to waking up to try this with coffee . . . the experience did not disappoint.
I love rice pudding and Horchata beverages so this seemed like a natural fit.
Bavarian Cream (FW) - for a light egg creamy base
Brown Sugar (TPA) - for more sweetness and flavor depth on the back end
Golden Butter (CAP) - my favorite rice pudding recipe has a touch of butter so decided what the heck
Creme Brulee (OOO) - for a little more texture and creaminess
Horchata (OOO) - for the creamy milky rice notes with a blended cinnamon
Marshmallow (Vanilla) (OOO) - for volume, sweetness and a touch more vanilla
Rice Pudding (OOO) - first time trying this in a mix and it is a a spot on rice pudding base that will pair well with just about any addition
Vanilla Shisha (INAWERA) - main vanilla note
At 3 days the creamy milky notes are starting to come forward and the cinnamon is settling down
AT 7 days it is well blended creeamy horchata rice pudding with vanilla milky undertone