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This is a collaborative creation by DEVELOPED: Skiddlz, AlfredPudding, Max Savage, Graham, folkart, and guest mlNikon.
This recipe is our representation of a Pistachio, White Chocolate, Blondie. Full Development Notes on DEVELOPED Ep. 7 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Frslep8ui1U
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Posting this because I mixed up TamVapes Goo In My Butter Cake but with a few swaps. I initially thought they were errors but realized, I completely bastardized the original. TamVapes created the base ultimately for this. https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/119884#goo_in_my_butter_cake_by_tamvapes
On to the Creamy Nut Cake -
Since I am obsessed with vanillas and creams, I cannot stop vaping this.
I had been searching for a couple of years for an elevated but more calm use for Cake Batter Dip and a way to make it work with TPA Pistachio. FW Salted Caramel is my go-to caramel because on a couple of my mesh tanks I actually get the salty sweet. I know, I know, you don't get salt in a vape - I beg to differ. I might be hallucinating it but either way, in at least 2 applications the saltiness of the FW Caramel (Salted) comes through on the exhale. I don't like sugar lips (don't come for me on the Yellow Cake) but salty lips - all day errday!
I am still a fan of FW Yellow Cake but I would imagine WF Angel Cake would suffice in this recipe at 2%.
The FW Vanilla Butternut brings the recipe together and gives an overall vanilla back to the fluffy layers in this recipe.
This came about from 2 things: My love of Charlie Noble's Pistachio RY4 , and my newfound love for Fear's Cardinal
Charlie Noble Pistschio RY4 was my first ADV. I loved it. When I started mixing I was stoked to find DiYorDie had a somewhat close clone of it. His one shot was my first foray into mixing. So this profile holds a special place for me.
Fast forward a couple years and I haven't messed with tobacco's much for some time now. Then do to popular reviews I finally pick up holy holy RY4 and some Flavorah Tobaccos , and try Cardinal. Blown away. Freaking delicious.
So now comes this, not quite a straight up Pistachio Cardinal, and not quite PRY4 with holy holy ry4 subbed. More of an inspired by both greats situation.
I started with just TPA Pistachio but then I found WF Pistachio Cream pairs really nicely with TPA while giving it a bit more of a sweet, slightly creamy vibe so I added that.
I've been wanting a way to use Vanilla Bourbon but it just doesnt fit in most applications but here it pairs nicely with the tobacco and nutty notes
As far as the tobacco, I love the way that Red Burley pairs with and adds more to the tobacco notes of the holy grail ry4
Lastly , I added hazelnut. It helps a tiny bit with the nuttiness but mostly it just adds a nice subtle sweetness to the mix.
Enjoy this full flavored, heavy "sticky" caramel Pistachio RY4
You MUST use Health Cabin Caramel for this mix. It is the only sticky caramel on the market(imho) currently & is a perfect mate for TFA Double RY4! No ifs, ands, or buts!!!!
TFA Toasted Marshmallow adds a great toasted tobacco' nuance. TFA Red Oak...what can I say? It adds the perfect woody aftertaste that most RY4s lack. No extra vanilla flavoring was needed here, as TFA Double RY4 has that covered! CAP Sugar Cookie adds sweetness, as well as helping the TFA Pistachio with that roasted feel I was looking for.
2 week steep recommended
If you prefer your RY4 sweeter, you can bump up the EM to 0.75-1%
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Please don't use my recipe for commercial gain. Enjoy!!
Pistachio Cupcake with Cream Cheese Icing!
No substitutions recommended.
Steep anywhere from 2-10 days. I vape it fresh personally and find it best after the 5 day mark.
75% VG recommended.
This recipe was shared in good faith. Please do not use this for commercial gain. Thank you & enjoy!!
Anise cookie is a traditional sicilian (Italy) cookie. It has a well cooked body, not too sweet, and the refreshing flavor of anise. We use it with red wine for dessert (like Marsala wine). I grove up with this cookie (without wine, of course).
For the cookie, after many trials, I find the perfect combo with an high 2.5% of FA cookie and a 1.5% of JF cookie.
FW pie crust work well to give a brown, hard crust to the cookie.
Golden butter essentially make a wet contrast to the dry biscuit base.
FA Anise is a strong, violent, flavor. So, even if it is the profile of this recipe, you can not use more then 0.75%.
TPA Pistachio at 0.5% is the perfect husband for the marriage with anise in order to give a nutty constituency to the recipe.