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This was inspired from the monthly clone challenge, Taruto by Yami Vapor put on by ID10-T over on reddit. This is not a clone but it inspired me to mix a Portuguese Custard Tart. A traditional Portuguese custard pastry that consists of a crème brûlée-like custard caramelized in a crust. The INW Creme Brulee has a caramelized sugar, slight egginess, thick, fresh, creamy texture. I couldn't imagine a custard tart without CAP Vanilla Custard in the mix. The FA Catalan cream brings the filling together with its dulce de leche like flavor (caramel and hint of cinnamon). The Biscuit and Pie Crust combines for a nice crust.
A Fig and Hony Christmas Tart! Made for #The Christmas Mix. Enjoy. Please join us in benefiting St. Judes
I've actually been working on this for a bit. Hope you all can dig it. I loved the original juice. I just couldn't nail it one for one. So I tried to take it's characteristics and make one I could settle with. And honestly it taste pretty close to the original. It's good after 4-5 days but I let it sit for about a week or two.
I've been vaping this stuff for about 2 months now. And well it being remix month I'd figure I'd share it
I also use cap super sweet. 1 drop per 15 mls. But you can use whatever you prefer
Almost all the apple pie recipes i have vaped were a huge dissapointment for me.so i decided to mix my own.i know that he trend these days is to deal with a small number of concentrates using higher percentages.i have these concentrates so i figured "why the hell not?"
If anyone decides to mix it i have to say that this is a full bakery taste pie with a light essence of apple.if someone wants more apple he hould raise the two apples inw up to 1.3% but not any higher than that.enjoy!
The butter tart ... the quintessential Canadian dessert!
Most of these tarts contain raisins, but to that I say NUTZ! A Pecan to be exact. Pecan tarts are my absolute favourite and I could probably live on these if they didn't contain about a million calories each.
Version 2, Removed CAP VC1 and replaced w/ INW Custard, Added sweetness with Brown Sugar and added Pie Crust for more texture.
INW Biscuit / TPA Pie Crust / CAP Sugar Cookie - Make up the flakey goodness that is the outside pastry of the tart.
FW Butter Pecan / INW Custard / CAP Butter Cream / TPA Brown Sugar - The sweet gooey deliciousness that makes up the inside of the tart
FA Hazel Grove - Just gives the impression that you are biting into a nut that tops the tart.
This recipe benefits greatly with additional Acetyl Pyrazine - I add .5 - .75 which adds additional flakiness to the pastry.
I am starting to get in the mood for some fall vapes. Having said that time for the truth.... The inspiration for this mix came from accidentally mixing some of my Prapple Bacco into a squonk bottle almost half full of @rageisalotofwork https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/23772#sadlad_toast_crunch_by_rageisalotofwork
This is to me a fall vape, it evokes some of the fondest memories of mine with my father and uncles, shotguns, flannel, pheasants and food. This is NOT a tobacco vape, it is a woodsy dessert ensemble that changes a bit to more desert or more woodsy and even a good tobacco hint depending on wattage and airflow.
It got me thinking for a combo of the two, while that accidental mix was really good I felt the abundance of bottom of the bowl thickened sweet milk was too much for the tobacco.
FLV Red Burley and Turkish for the tobacco note in Prapple.
FLV Granny Smith and Toffee for the combo that I loved there.
From Rage's Sadlad we have the bakery cinnamon components leaving out the cereal (for now)
I added FLV Cream in to give the entire recipe some cohesiveness and bring everything together limiting to 1% to keep it from going creamy again.
I have done several versions of this over a few weeks. I keep coming back to my original idea of the modified mix of the two recipes. Raising the tobaccos to get them to break through more made the mix too heavy, lowering the desert profile made the mix weirdly watery.