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The ice cream was pretty simple. I used Mr Evans Ice Cream Trinity as the base. 3 words for that, solid, bold and delicious.
I added 1.25% bavarian cream to it because otherwise the peanut butter, butterpecan and caramel where too dry on the exhale.
I first tried other caramels and it helped with the dryness but it changed the profile completly. So 1% FA Caramel.
For the pea-nuts I went with TPA Peanut Butter DX and FW Butter Pecan. You can easily swap for the regular TPA PB if you want.
The Butter Pecan and AP help the TPA PB really well to hold up after the steep. The Hazelnut I used as a bridge between the nuts and the chocolate.
For the chocolate I normally would have used WF chocolate chunks but for some reason it didn't give me the result I wanted, somehow it didn't work well with the nuts. So I went with TPA DCC. 0.75% is plenty.
It's great as S&V but really delicous after 10 days and even better as it ages.
Tried it in the Hadaly and really loved it MTL in my Millenium and FEV
If you can see your way past the floral from the BBC, this one will grow on you. TBH, I don't SFT, but rather, approach my recipes through trial and error, and a little guess work! So, that'll be the extent of my description :-) Anyway...lotsa flavor from an overall low flavor total, and an ADV, for me.
So I had tried a few RY4 Variants and decided I need to start my own. This is a delicious creamy RY4 variant. You can taste the RY4 as that is the main player here, but the creams combine to make this absolutely delicious. Also added the Shisha Vanilla to boost the vanilla profile a little. This is one of the first recipes I feel is proven enough to post here. It is good after just a few days steeping, but extra steep time makes it more creamy. Let me know what you think in the comments.
A semi tobacco mix.I used the HS's RY4 as a base for the tobacco,because it is still the best RY4.Kentucky blend gives a good kick in the tobacco taste,even at such low %.Oriental tobacco adds a nutty and spicy taste.Creams were added for their caramel-sugary characteristics and to add volume to the mix.Butterscotch and Scorched Caramel are that little something,to add a distinguished finish
Although caramel and cream seem to be on the top of the mix,they are not,the mix does keep all the tobacco properties and it is very balanced when it comes to sweetness.It steeps really fast,in 2 days it is very vapable and tasty,but it gets smoother after a week
** Disclaimer ** this is my first attempt at mixing my own recipe
After hunting for the perfect donut profile via the community listed recipes, I decided to give it a shot myself.
Please note this is only intended to be a base it is not the finished article; you can use it with your preferred creams and fruits to complete the perfect donut mix.
FA Zep - after playing around with all the popular donut concentrates out there, I seem to always come back to this, as it emulates the best interpretation of a fried donut to me, pairing this with a dash of AP just bolstered up that yeasty profile.
FA Custard Prem- adds the perfect amount of cream and vanilla at 1% I feel its not too overpowering or taking anything away from the dough.
CAP Graham Cracker - I chose this concentrate especially for its subtle focus on cinnamon, not to overpowering and a good complement to rest of concentrates.
Cap SS – this is completely optional
All I need now is a good SB jam to pair with this base ,