(TPA) Pistachio

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I love pistachio ice cream and cream milky undertone. They really needed each other. From the past pistachio needs to steep a while and milky undertone needs like 2 days. So 3 days is about prime for this recipe....

This is a pistachio ice cream. Totally the artificial style like Carvel pistachio ice cream or the pistachio flavored puddings from the super market. I wasn't looking for authenticity. Green Joy is the star in this. The best pistachio flavor I have ever tried. The TPA is great too and here for support. The ice cream combo I stole from iD10t's ice cream trinity then added TPA custard II for a little more weight. It's my new ADV and am pretty happy with it.

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Ah, the illusive peanut butter cookie. Sounds easy, isn’t though. TFA DX Peanut Butter is about as good as it gets but it’s not perfect. This flavor tends to fade away after a steep so I’m going to buff it up with 0.25% TFA pistachio. Next it needs some help with texture. FW butter pecan has a nice creamy caramel texture and some subtle nuttiness as well so I’ll add 2% of that.

For the cookie note I really like 2% INW Biscuit with 2% TFA cheesecake graham crust. The combo has some really good crunch and sultry dark sweetness just like a peanut butter cookie should. Add a little VT butter base for the buttery texture and flavor and I think we’ve got a decent Peanut Butter Cookie.

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Conspiracy describes this ejuice A warm vanilla sugar cookie with caramel and pistachio topping pretty simple and tasty profile..

Trying this. Had tried similar, just polishing up percentages. This should work out just fine.

Two weeks later this is a great flavor. I am really enjoying this. Final recipe version below.


It's not super innovative or new but it is a perfect combination of tried and true flavors.

RY4 Double is just the most versatile and easiest to use RY4 with a strong woodsy tobacco note with caramel and vanilla it's surely a crowd pleaser.

It pairs really well with the butterscotch-y creamy deliciousness that is FW Butterscotch Ripple and both slot in perfectly with TFA Pistachio.

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Same pudding base from Alphonse, but with TPA Pistachio for a sweeter, greener nut and FLV Pistachio for more realistic undertones.

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This Remix is based on the commercial e-liquid, Pistachio Gelato by Ice Cream Man. Nachef purchased this e-liquid and didn't have a lot of good to say about the e-liquid, but he did like the concept of the profile. So, using his description of what he was tasting, and with the goal of making it better, we came up with this wonderful recipe. It's thick, creamy, eggy, with just the right amount of pistachio. Give it a go, I'm sure you will enjoy this simple, yet flavorful delight! See the full Episode and flavor notes at https://youtu.be/TjJ9csHiMug .

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made this about a while ago . finally decided to release it it’s got Wayne’s cheesecake base and I’m using pistachio at 1.5% with a little gram cracker clear it helps the pistachio have more of a “crunch” add a New York cheesecake little bit more authenticity and creaminess same goes with the meringue Overall this is a very good recipe

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