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Sweet and creamy carrot pudding with caramel and ginger topped with Pistachio.
FLV - Vanilla Pudding/FLV - Cream/TPA - Butter: This is the base that gives this mix a nice, creamy feel. The vanilla pudding is there for a hint of texture, the cream brings everything together and adds a cream note; butter gives that richness you would expect from something that has reduced down into a thick, creamy pudding consistency.
TPA - Pistachio: This is the topping, adds a nutty quality that mixes well with the creams and the brown sugar/caramel.
TPA -Brown Sugar/TPA - Caramel (Orig): The sugary sauce. Adds a deep, complex sweetness. The caramel adds a hint of smokiness, gives the carrot pudding a feel of being cooked and reduced to a heavenly dessert.
CAP - Gingerbread: This is used more for the ginger note than anything. This gives a great baked ginger feel to anything that has a "cooked" quality, and fits right in here.
FLV - Carrot: This here is the star of the show. This is a shockingly accurate peel/grated carrot. Very bright and you can taste the shavings. The challenge here was making this fresh carrot feel baked. I feel that I achieved that with this mix. It tastes like it has been cooked down, but still retains a slight bite to the carrot.
All in all, this was fun to make, and it tastes amazing. If you are looking to get out of your comfort zone, hit this up and let me know how you liked it! I suggest at least a 3-5 day steep for the butter/caramel/sugar to settle down. This really shines after a week. Personally i let it sit 2 weeks and fell more in love. It tastes like it gets richer over time.
It's a revision of my original recipe StrawCo Pie (https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/49954#strawco_pie_by_daffynash) which was one of my first attempts of DIY recipes.
Even if I was enjoying vaping the first version, I had a feeling that it could be better with some alterations in Concentrates.
It gives finally a good feeling of a pastry pie with a base of buttery biscuits, a Caramel layer before the cream with the strawberries and a topping of grated chocolate.
It is kinda sweet as is, but for the super sweet vape lovers, you can add some sweetener adjusted to your taste.
On strawberries, after 4-5 months working on this recipe, I mixed with dozens of combinations on strawberries and I ended up on this.
It can be vaped @ 12-15 days, but the perfect result is after 3 weeks.
Mix and enjoy..
Still in the process of perfecting this profile.
This is v2 of strawberry custard?
In strawberry custard original I had planned to make.............a strawberry custard until after I mix and reliezed the 0.75-1 tpa carm original with 2-3fa custard. Taste EXACTLY like flan and more especially the wet caramel sauce... long start short it changed my goal.
This version is significantly closer to my goal but one this still remains. I can't get the strawberry right. In the og. I can only taste strawberry.a little. And same here Im thinking this mix would be done with an additional 4%tpa strawberry not ripe.
But I'm still steeping this mix so we will see. In the mean time. I'm gonna drop this here because its pretty fucking good imo.....
And ill post real notes mabey when im done... but
Tpa carm og. 0.75-1
Fa custard 2-3
Taste like custard with wet caremel sauce really nothing more to see here mix this and keep moving along
This is totally based on the article "Some Ry4's for You" by Wayne (Enyawreklaw). In said article he has the percentages listed for his "constant" with Ry4's and then descriptions of each Ry4 and it's percentage and so forth.
I've only just started playing with tobaccos and specifically TFA Ry4 double (of course) and I'm hooked, my next flavor order is laden with varieties of tobaccos so expect more tobacco based recipes.
As I said this is just a percentage tweak, after mixing up the "constant" with 5% Ry4 double it's an exquisitely smooth and warm and just moist enough while still being just dry enough to give an incredible pipe tobacco flavor with some real smokiness in there.
However I am obviously in love with butterscotch ripple so I switched it at 3% with the Ry4 at 5%, creating something entirely new and slightly sensual.
The name is tongue in cheek but I find it to be super accurate. This is a luscious, velvety smooth, butterscotchin', caramelin', definitely nutty, maybe slightly earthy/dirty, dusted with spices, desert "tobacco." I'll call it that, at least for now.
I'm honestly a shake and vapin' fool, I just can't ever wait to taste, but this has an awesome flavor immediately that only comes together more and more as time goes on. I really enjoy this because it's such a good sultry vape, I get tired of overly sweet flavors and this has its own sweetness without being over the top.
Also I typically mix my flavors and then 10%PG, 3mg/nic and top the rest off with VG but that's just me, I'm not very well read in VG/PG percentages so whatever your preference may be.
I've been mixing for a little over a year now and am recently feeling very comfortable with and enjoying my recipes but I'm still quite the novice so please any tips, tweaks, comments, critiques, remixes etc are most welcome.
I've been working on this complex recipie for a while now. I'm pretty satisfied with this being the final. Mix enjoy.
Cap funnel cake
Imo a very accurate funnel cake 4-5% is best when going for funnel cake as the main profile. It's pretty accurate imo.
Fa zeppola. This adds a little more dough to the funnel cake a little bit of sweet sugar notes as well
Cap sweet cream/marsh... Sweet cream is here just to make the over all flavor a little creamy. And marsh is just for the sweetness and mouthfeel.
Fa fuji/tpa caramel
Can be tasted inhale and exhale they both sit at the front of this profile and really top off this mix.
You can shake and vape is good but Fuji and caremel bent a lot after full steep.
1 week smells and taste wierd the dough really comes out a little too much.
2 weeks its spot on and awesone