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The recipe for my Chefs Flavours one shot. Sorry I've been a bit late releasing these! As per the link: https://chefsflavours.co.uk/karl-custard-30ml-shyndo/ this is pistachio with aromatic ruyan custard and a spicy vanilla brown sugar finish. Basically my own loveletter to the pistachio ry4 profile just done a little differently. Using such a large amount of tpa pistachio on top of brown sugar can be quite sharp. Usually you would use your typical ry4 to force mute this a bit but WF vanilla Ruyan Custard lacks the "ethyl maltol mixing everything together" quality. So we use heaps of vanilla swirl to calm down the sharp edges and fill out the volume a bit. The star to me is actually the WF vanilla ruyan custard in that it's the only ry4 I've had that has such a distinctive "layer" to it. It stands out on its own and in its own place in the vape where something like tpa ry4 double would just BE the whole vape in combination with whatever flavors you use.
Sweeten and Cool to taste
So we started with eyeeatpizza's Ice Cream Trinity, broke Alfred Pudding's Cheesecake Trinity (From his Lemon Curd Cheesecake) down a touch. Then you add key lime to take you to the Key's and a hint of mango and brown sugar to take you fully to the tropics. Mankini's optional...
The hazelnut cream, butter cream and sweet coconut make up the nutmilk part of this ice cream. Vienna cream and Fa Vanilla ice cream give it the ultra smooth vanilla ice cream notes. Fa Cream fresh adds some additional light milk notes. The warm drizzle on top is made up of brown sugar with a touch of pumpkin spice.
This mix needs a good steep 10 days minimum best after 2+ weeks for the Vienna Cream, Fa Gelato and Cream Fresh to blend into the nutty notes and steep into one solid smooth ice cream.
Polar Blast optional at 0.10%
Sweetener optional at 0.25%
My V8 a year after trying Primative's Buttermilk Pie. While this is not an exact clone, to achieve a similar robust dessert vape requires a heavy hand and more than a few ingredients.
To start, I wanted a dense chess pie... and I like mine sweet. The Vanilla Custard with Sweet Cream are at the root of that, complimented by both Inw Creme Brûlée and FA Custard (Inw didn't give me enough of the caramelized top hence the brown sugar & vanilla).
You can do with less frosting (but it levels the mix nicely) or without the Super Sweet but at 0.75% & 0.5% why... this is a zero calorie extravagance.
The Rich Cinnamon, at just one drop per 30 m, is a must... two is fine, don't cry., it won't destroy things.
Another must is the 3:1 Whipped Cream & Golden Butter which are the buttermilk of the recipe.. This key combination was uncovered in 2016 at least.
For the crust I opted for a simple 2:1 which does this recipe justice.
Give it a taste before you dial it down, go back to the original and think, If you were to bake a chess pie, what would you want.