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Apple/Tobacco Spiced Custard. Mouth-watering good!
Steep: 1 week minimum. Some prefer shake and vape, but typical custard and tobaccos take time to develop.
Vanilla Custard (CAP) - This is the obvious base note for the flavor profile. Creating a thick velvety layer of Vanilla for the rest of the flavors to mingle with was the objective here.
French Vanilla Creme (TPA) - This flavor was used as an accent to the Vanilla Custard to boost the creaminess as well as the Vanilla profiles. This gives the custard another layer of complexity while not overpowering the staple custard notes.
Cinnamon Danish Swirl (CAP) - Another accent to the base. Giving this a low percentage allows for a present cinnamon note with just a touch extra to the cream. A little goes a long way within this recipe.
Ethyl Maltol (TPA) optional - Once again - Just a touch of sweetness to brighten the cream layers as well as boosting the overall appeal of the vape.
The Main Notes:
RY4 Double (TPA) - This tobacco is such a versatile RY4. It's tobacco notes add a nice earthy tone as well as provides a delicious caramelized brown sugar sweetness that sits so well on top of the Vanilla Custard base. Using this at 3% allows it to shine but not overpower any other ingredient.
Torrone (FA) - This flavor is used more of an enhancer to the RY4. Finding the perfect percentage was key, but it was absolutely a must for this recipe. It offers a nice honey sweetness as well as a nice nut profile that (to me) is a match made in heaven for the RY4.
Two Apples (INW) - This is where this recipe shines for the fall season. To me, this gives off a nice Apple Cider kick. The CDS in the base notes sets this profile off. It also gives high notes of Sweet Red apple sweetness as well as a nice tang from the green apple.
Very smooth with a thick, heavy mouthfeel. Reminiscent of mango pureé.
FA/TPA/FLV/CAP Mango The four mangoes here all offer different notes of a mango flavour.
Full on flavour. A great mango flavour but also very dry in taste.
The one that turns people off mango vapes when they first try it. Pithy and over-ripe, though the earthy note is important as it adds realistic flavour to the other concentrates.
CAP Sweet Mango
Cloying and almost overbearing, but with the sweetness and denseness of a mango.
FLV Mango is to Mango what CAP VC V1 is to Custards. Fantastic flavour to add roundness of all the elements of mango flavours - helps to boost the other flavours without pushing any individual note too high.
None of them quite make the mark on their own (especially TPA's mango which can be quite foul.) The ratios here are quite important in my view. If you want a stronger flavour make sure that you increase each Mango flavour proportionately to each other.
A classic for adding mouthfeel and density to any recipe whilst also acting as a sweetener. One of my favourite flavours.
FA Lime Tahity Cold Pressed
Adds that sharp, sweet tangy flavour on its own, but in this mix it helps to boost the inherent mild citrus in a mango without adding any discernable lime flavour.
INW Shisha Strawberry
A flavour for those who can't taste strawberries. Fantastic concentrate. In this recipe it also adds to the thick, almost cloying taste of fresh mango on your tongue.
Very imporant note for this sweetener. Don't sub for sucralose - it's not the same and doesn't boost the recipe's sweetness. Instead all that it does it add a false sweet taste that doesn't sit well in here. Ethyl Maltol is perfect here as it helps to boost the inherent sweetness in each of the flavours.
Try anywhere from 0.25-1% to add a fantastic cool feel to mimic a sort of mango smoothie.
TPA Sweet Raspberry
0.25-0.5% For a sharper tang, though it will alter the recipe as this flavour is very strong.
Hope you enjoy it!
This is as close to a traditional biscotti as I could possibly get. Its a lot of different flavors but I've went through the process of stripping this recipe completely down and building it back up many times. Its been in development for over a year, and its had an amazing local response. Any feedback is appreciated. As always, personally I add .5% super sweet to it.
Carefully crafted to copy the experience of eating an Asian apple-pear: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyrus_pyrifolia