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Soho and RY4D give this recipe tobacco notes but it is heavy on the pistachio extract notes. The creams in this mix give it a very nice, very smooth and creamy finish and the AP accent the bakery and nutty notes in the mix. I would describe this a comforting warm deep desert tobacco vape.
This recipe has been very popular on ELR and was uploaded there in August of 2016 so there are a few comments there if you want to go take a look at what people are saying about it.
All I can say here if you love butterscotch and HS ry4 then u must try this out! I made this for my son because he asked for this profile. He normally buys commercial but he loves this one so much hes been vaping it like crazy!! He can't get enough!!!
Theres no need for sweetener in this one at all. Please remember to rate it.
Harvest Custard, a remix of Kings Crest Duchess. Over the last few months it seems everyone has been releasing some sort of custard recipe. I thought it was time for me to release my take on Duchess. Kings Crest describes this profile as a decadent, creamy tres leches cake. I'm not sure how accurate it is to that description, but it is very tasty. I taste a buttery, brown sugar with vanilla and a thick custard with hints of corn giving it an autumn feel. Now I have no idea what they are using but here's how I approached this profile.
Lets start with the custard. CAP Vanilla is always my go to for custards. There's many custards to choose from but it's my favorite to work with because it's just so damn tasty. I used it at 3% and I think that's where it needs to be for this profile. Some may think it needs to be higher to achieve a "decadent" custard, but just let it steep for 1-2 weeks and it's delightful. I had considered adding a vanilla note to the custard but the vanilla note in CAP Vanilla Custard is enough to achieve this.
The buttery, brown sugar notes:
If you're wanting to add a brown sugar note to your recipes I suggest using DFS HOLY HOLY GRAIL RY4. It's perfect for a rich brown sugar note that doesn't require a long steep. I used it at only .5% and added CAP Butter Cream at 2% to create that buttery, brown sugar note I was going after.
The corn note:
When I first single flavor tested FA Corn I wasn't sure I like it. It had such a distinct flavor and kinda weird. But after it steeped for a week I knew it had a place in this mix. It really settles down after a week steep to only a hint of corn-like flavor. And while the corn note I got in the original is faint, it is there. At .5% it's perfect in this mix. I added TPA Acetyl Pyrazine at .5% to bolster the corn and give it a bit of texture. I also add INW Biscuit to add some buttery texture to this layer as well.
The .25% of CAP Super Sweet is probably not necessary, but I prefer just a touch.
Steep time is at least 1 week but only gets better the longer it steeps.
I know some of you may say to yourself, "not another damn remix" but I do enjoy tackling these remixes and that's why we do what we do, just having fun with it. I think this remix is pretty damn close and I hope you will mix, comment, and or rate, it make us all better mixers :).
Calling all Nut Lovers!
This is the first recipe I've taken cost into full consideration, limiting myself to two of the most common flavor manufacturers around. With the cold fronts we've been having here in the US, I wanted a nice dark Pistachio blend, And I feel this one turned out really well.
FW Salted Caramel
Used low to accentuate the dark tone and assist w/ authenticating the Butterscotch notes.
TFA Brown Sugar
Assists the overall profile by providing a slight burnt sugar taste. (In a good way)
TFA Bavarian Cream
Attributes a light vanilla note while contributing some slight creaminess to the mouthfeel.
FW Butterscotch Ripple
Next to FW Butterscotch, This is my favorite butterscotch. Adds a nice dark richness to accompany the nuttier tones.
TFA Acetyl Pyrazine
Tried with and without during trial revisions and found I enjoyed it much more with it's inclusion. Used here as a traditional flavor enhancer to add a slight "grain" texture and to help push forward the nut profile.
FW Butter Pecan
Used low to supply richness and depth without altering the Pistachio note too much.
Obviously the star of the show here. If you would like to add a little more authenticity, Try adding in a little FA Pistachio.
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A Cinnamon Toast Crunch-flavored macaron
I built this to be a delightful contrast between sophisticated dessert, the French macaron, and childhood memories, Saturday mornings in front of cartoons with a big bowl of CTC. Rather than re-inventing the wheel, I started with the macaron base from my Mango Blossom Macaron recipe. The rest is pretty straightforward, though it took some work the get it all to sit in the recipe without overpowering the macaron. FLV Cinnamon Crunch is a great flavor that actually tastes a lot like CTC all by itself, with just a few minor issues. It's not quite crunchy enough - the light touch of TFA AP fixes that. It's a little low on cinnamon - FLV Rich Cinnamon solves that problem, but it's so strong. One fat drop in a 40ml is plenty. For mixing less than 40ml of this, you probably want to create a 10% Rich Cinnamon + 90% PG dilution and use it at 0.8%. The bit of Rich Cinnamon also annihilates a little hint of unwanted maple I get from the Cinnamon Crunch. FA Milk at 1% gives that FLV Cream an accurate hint of dairy to finish the recipe, without getting too soggy.
This was developed with ingredients based on a friends flavor stash. With that being said, I feel this captures the essence of my original Fried Ice Cream. This has a different twist, this is a fruity cereal version.
I love Liquid Barn Ice Cream, but in this I used Cap Vanilla Bean Ice Cream. This is a nice smooth creamy ice cream. To add a little more butter and vanilla I added Cap Bavarian Cream with the Icecream, it also gives a little nutty undertone. The coating of the icecream is with TFA Berry Crunch Cereal, kettle Corn, and a little AP. Also, some juicy strawberry to help bring out the Berry taste in the cereal. For the Fried aspect, I use a little bit of FA Joy.
Nice Canadian holiday pie.. gooey pecan goodness in a vape.
Both of the pecans play off each other with the toasted almond adding the extra hint of smooth nuttiness with the Biscuit, Fried Dough. Golden Butter and Pie Crust bringing up the rear for the flaky crust.. Accented with AP, Sugar Daddy and Vanilla ( Bourbon ) to blend everything oh so well.
This can be a desert vape or an everyday vape with ease...
almond caramel cream.
wf vanilla ruyan custard- this flavor is a workhorse. i honestly prefer it solo around 6-7%, but it pairs great with ry4s and other creams. it's primarily a vanilla, secondarily a texture/mouthfeel booster- it reminds me of what inw's creme brulee would be if it didn't get weird over 0.5%- it's got such a full body to it. oddly- it's nothing like cap's VC1, largely because it's vapable immediately and doesn't seem to change much with a steep. this is the base flavor in this recipe because it's a solid body foundation but it doesn't bully the top notes.
inw custard- what can i say about this flavor that hasn't already been said. it's great, again doesn't require much steeping, and provides lovely body. helps fill out the ruyan custard here and helps the vanilla not be so dominant.
jf's ry4- probably the best ry4 out there. less steeping, more depth of flavor. mostly a warm caramel note.
(top notes) inw's marzipan & fa's almond- this combo is sweet almond bliss. that twangy cherry note from the marzipan fades after 12-24 hours, hence the teensy steep time. they mesh effortlessly with the custards and caramel ry4- it's a delightful combo.
side note/how's it vape, mahfucka?: this juice is super similar to those standard ry4/custard/nut combo recipes we all love: dillinger's dairy, pistachio ry4, gentleman's custard- if that profile is appealing to you, you'll love this one. the difference here is that this recipe is ready to vape almost immediately. i'm not yanking yer chain. honestly most of the wonder flavors i've tried have that in common, their inclusion in a recipe, or even just solo; they are damn near shake & vapable. i'm not unaware of the discourse re: their potential sugar content, or whatever- i just don't care. shrug