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This is my take on a deep and rich custard-like French Vanilla Ice Cream. I started off with CAP French Vanilla. It is smooth and buttery with hints of custard. TPA French Vanilla Creme is the custard part of this recipe. It's very thick and blends perfectly with CAP French Vanilla. OF course I had to pair these flavors with HS French Vanilla Ice Cream. It's got everything. It's Creamy and rich, buttery and sweet. It's very well-balanced. The star of the show that blends everything together is CAP NY Cheesecake. What can I say about it other than it thickens the whole recipe. It's so creamy and delicious. It totally enhances all the other flavors.
If you enjoy French Vanilla you'll love this!
Please enjoy and share your feedback!!
Essentially i wanted to make a mango and vanilla with a difference, and a dragonfruit with a difference at the same time so i realised i might be able to mix the two intentions together. Fruity sweet dragonfruit is followed by the mango and vanilla rounded out with the cream/champagne. Friends say it tastes like real dragonfruit.
A Vanilla Custard Caramel Tobacco recipe that worked out great!
Starting with the vanilla custard base, INW Custard + CAP Vanilla Custard + TPA Vanilla Swirl complement each other to create a staple vanilla custard. Adding TPA French Vanilla Creme and TPA French Vanilla Deluxe on a 1:1 ratio, add both the extra vanilla needed and bring a second layer of delicate creaminess along.
TPA Western is the way to go for the VCT profile, and adding just a little INW US Red Mix makes this recipe different from other VCTs, bringing a different dimension to the leathery american tobacco notes.
Finally, RY4 is added for the needed maltol and also as a bridge to the VT Honeycomb, creating a nice butterscoth note.
Give it at least 6-7 days of steeping to develop!
P.S. INW US Red Mix could be ommited, but if you have it or have easy access to it I really recommend you to give it a try.
A creamy, tangy and sweet lemon pudding.
Lemon Sicily and Juicy Lemon make a great lemon flavour in combination, with the tang from lemon sicily being smoothed out by the juicy lemon and creating a beautiful dessert lemon flavour.
I used Lemon Meringue Pie as a bridge into the creams (which form the pudding layer of the recipe), as it has a hint of creaminess and Meringue to add sweetness.
For the creams, I wanted something light, flavourful and sweet, but that wasn't overpowering and would support the lemon. This is a combination I have used to good effect in other recipes, and it seems to work well here.
VT pudding base rounds the whole thing off, adding a lovely mouth feel and roundness to the vape.
This needs a couple of weeks to steep and get to the sweet spot, but I have been trying it since I made it and it is really good so far.
I would appreciate any feedback! 😊
Edit: a friend has told me that this is extremely similar to/a clone of Milkman's Pudding. I haven't tried it, but if you have and you liked it, give this a go.
Been working on this recipe for a while now and I’m getting close to the original this is my best attempt so far but I still feel it needs a little more work. Please critique it and let me no your opinion. This does taste pretty good straight off the shake but it really benefits from a good 2-week Steep to allow the creams to develop. ENJOY 🙂
Intended to send this in for my 2nd August's Mixers Club entry but will be sending something else. Still, It's a lazy ass mix that simply tastes good.
I went with the plainest tobaccos I could find. Sweet dessert baccos with fairly simple profiles and medium to light body on top of a malty hazelnut butterscotch pudding base.
Shout out to one of my favorite bands that I was blasting the entire time I was thinking this mix up. If you like groovy, doomy and fuzzy metal, check out Windhand! The sheer heaviness and droning fuzz of their music helped inspire me to create a thick and malty recipe to chain vape while listening to their stuff. The title of this mix is taken from one of their recently released songs.
A creamy caramel cigar fit for a filthy gunslinger. It changes a lot in the first week or so, give it some time.
JF RY4D - better than tfa. A bit more tobacco, cleaner vanilla and caramel.
FA caramel + butterscotch - takes a short steep but once they mature it turns into a goopy sticky caramel drizzle.
TFA FVC - It's malty, rich mouth coating vanilla but not as thick and eggy as custard. Definitely underrated, I put that shit on everything.
INW TA Cuban Cigar - straight no frills cigar wrapper leaf flavor. Light, leathery, no bull shit.
INW 555 + FLV Red Burley - primary filler tobaccos for the cigar, 555 adds that nuttiness and Red Burley melds similar notes with a dark, rich and earthy filler. Perfect intersection of profiles.
INW DNB - you're gonna have a cigar and not smoke it? Light that thang up, Blondie.