Flavor Profile: bakery creamy custard dessert nut
Used in 1022 recipes at an average of 2.95%.
One of my favorite desserts growing up has always been that green bowl of fluff. I had no idea what it was actually called until I got older and went in search of the recipe. As soon as I smelled the bottle of TPA-Pistachio it took me back and I knew exactly what I wanted to recreate. I used the TPA-Pistachio along with FLV-Vanilla Pudding to create my pistachio pudding base. Then I used the OOO-Cream Milky Undertone along with the OOO Marshmallow (Vanilla) to add in the whipped topping and marshmallows. Naturally I had to throw in a bit of INW-Pineapple to keep it authentic. I am still going to try one more version with FLV-Pineapple instead of INW and a bit of FW-Butter Pecan. If I like it even more I will come back and update this.
This is my take on a pistachio tobacco flavor. I let mine steep for about a month.
TFA- Vanilla Custard - I only used this because I ordered a 4oz bottle on accident. It would probably be leagues better with CAP vanilla custard V1. If you use V2 idk what to tell you I don't use it.
WF- Vanilla Ruyan Custard - The main Tobacco note here. I started off by grabbing some to add to my regular vanilla custard at .25%. It's a very rich creamy tobacco.
INW- Yes, We Cheesecake - This is used here to pair with the custard. You can use CAP New York Cheesecake at 2.5% and Some INW Biscuit at .25% instead if you don't have this.
TFA- Pistachio - My personal favorite pistachio. All of the others are too dry to use for this recipe. I suppose you could use pistachio cream at around 1.25% instead if you do not have tfa.
VT- Butterscotch - Personally I do not like caramel so I use butterscotch instead. You can sub your favorite caramel or I would have used FW butterscotch ripple at 2%.
INW- 7Leaves - Used here to boost that tobacco note slightly.
FLV- Popcorn - Used here for its butter notes.
Also you don't have to add any additional sweetners or additives they are only there because that is how I personally like to vape them. You can sub the EM for FLV cotton candy at the same percentage. If you use CAP vanilla custard V1 don't use vanillin you don't need it.
STEEP TIME- I steep all of my custard for a max of 30 days if I can. Give yours about a week and you should be good.
Quick recipe drop before school this morning . . . caramel-pistachio pudding RY4.
FW Salted Caramel and TFA Pistachio bring the nutty, caramel top notes that intertwine with the Jungle Flavors RY4 Double. It's pretty amazing how much the Salted Caramel stands out against the rest of the flavors.
VT Pudding Base brings more of a spongey cake type of pudding note (typical of what the Brits refer to as a pudding). This is made more creamy and luscious by the pairing with FLV Vanilla Pudding, which is what is more commonly considered pudding in the States. The addition of DIYFS Holy Vanilla boosts the FLV Vanilla Pudding's smooth, creamy pudding.
I was not a fan of this as a SNV, but, after letting it sit for 5 days, I came back to it and found it to be quite tasty. As per usual, mixed it 60vg/40pg.
If you like Jabane by Ohmboyz Drip City check this one out.
Jabane's description on their website
Burnished honey pistachio nougatine and almond meringue.
This unique Ancient treat of the God's will make you walk like an Egyptian.
Well that's exactly what this mix is.
No more comments needed.
Super sweet is optional.
I'm mixing for a few years now. Most of my mixes are based on premium juice profiles.
My recipes are remixes and not clones. In my attempts to remix these juices I'm always trying to make
it as good as, or even better than the commercial juice without the loads of sweetener these companies throw in.
Give it a try and enjoy ....................................
Soho and RY4D give this recipe tobacco notes but it is heavy on the pistachio extract notes. The creams in this mix give it a very nice, very smooth and creamy finish and the AP accent the bakery and nutty notes in the mix. I would describe this a comforting warm deep desert tobacco vape.
This recipe has been very popular on ELR and was uploaded there in August of 2016 so there are a few comments there if you want to go take a look at what people are saying about it.
Calling all Nut Lovers!
This is the first recipe I've taken cost into full consideration, limiting myself to two of the most common flavor manufacturers around. With the cold fronts we've been having here in the US, I wanted a nice dark Pistachio blend, And I feel this one turned out really well.
FW Salted Caramel
Used low to accentuate the dark tone and assist w/ authenticating the Butterscotch notes.
TFA Brown Sugar
Assists the overall profile by providing a slight burnt sugar taste. (In a good way)
TFA Bavarian Cream
Attributes a light vanilla note while contributing some slight creaminess to the mouthfeel.
FW Butterscotch Ripple
Next to FW Butterscotch, This is my favorite butterscotch. Adds a nice dark richness to accompany the nuttier tones.
TFA Acetyl Pyrazine
Tried with and without during trial revisions and found I enjoyed it much more with it's inclusion. Used here as a traditional flavor enhancer to add a slight "grain" texture and to help push forward the nut profile.
FW Butter Pecan
Used low to supply richness and depth without altering the Pistachio note too much.
Obviously the star of the show here. If you would like to add a little more authenticity, Try adding in a little FA Pistachio.
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This is a soft Pistachio Ice Cream with Almond
Made on "Live Mixing: Ice Cream Vapes"