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The Cheesecake/Ice Cream layer is nice and thick, heavy and rich which lingers on your tong for a long time after each draw. The biscuit crust backs it up very nicely and encapsulating the whole thing is the satisfying and dark RY4
In this day and age the amount of flavouring might seem a lot but but each one is here for a reason and the recipe (for my pallet) really works. I took some inspiration from Brian Rileys “Cannoli Be One Rmx” and “John Nathan’s Pesonal RY4” which I really love. These recipes push the levels of flavouring to a luxurious level which I really enjoy
The contrast between the RY4 and the creams is so stark that IMO it needed a lot of blending to bring them together to smooth out the hard edge of the RY4 and make it work with the Ice Cream/cheesecake. All of the different elements in this recipe work together to achieve this
I’m the early days of its creation I started out with something very different so I made some drastic changes and Suddenly hit on something which made me jump up and down with excitement. After that I made many variations on this until I went full circle and came right back to first “good version” and found with a few small tweaks it really needed nothing more. I experience a full bodied experience with a beginning, body and finish with a dense mouth feel
I put the steep at 10 days which it absolutely needs, before that it is watery and flat but after 10 days the transformation is night and day. It gets suuuuper thick, heavy and full with a really prominent and pleasing mouth feel. Also the RY4 blends and mellows into its true form. It really is surprising how much it changes in this time so if you mix it please don’t get disheartened before giving it the full amount of time
To test I used a Single coil flavour RDA (Hussar RDA 2.0) with a tri core alien on a mech squonker at 0.24 ohms
A full stiff tobacco forward RY4, penetrating between delicious, sweet, juicy, voluptuous.....coconuts.....bringing a thick, heavy, sweet, well earned custard cream to finish. #DEVELOPED #TPACHALLENGE #winner @s2k on ELR trying to change name here, need credits! Help!
Original recipe from Charlie Nobles Vaults. 🤫 Described as "Sweet tobacco, velvety vanilla, layers of caramel, and twisted with a smooth yogurt…Sounds crazy, but vapes like a dream!"
I didn't do anything but throw it up on here...(Part of their not-so-discontinued series)
Just a simple butterscotch tobacco RY4 flavor.
RY4 Double gives it that almost creamy velvety caramel flavory tobacco, while the butterscotch tpa gives it the nice smooth butterscotch flavor. Marshmallow TPA adds to the mouthfeel of butterscotchy goodness.
The +1 comes from the Red Burley and gives it a little more of a tobacco note. This becomes a smooth but tasty tobacco with the Butterscotch, Marshmallow and the Carmel of the Ry4 Double becoming support notes.
UPDATED...Tpa peanut butter is what I had at hand when this was mixed DX peanut butter would be sufficient if you prefer...........This recipe has been in my flavor stash for a year now just recently mixed this up again substituted
all TPA flavors it's kinda old school but it's tasty and simple if you're into RY4 profiles.. I usually mix all my RY4 recipes @ 65/35 for use with tanks and MTL's any new mixers would have these flavors at hand to give it a try...thanks 😎
The taste of the outdoors. A Smokey, peanut butterey, creamy complex vape.
.25 EM and .5 Super Sweet added to this mix.
TFA DX Peanut Butter & FLV Peanut Butter combine for a smooth, roasted peanut flavor that adds a beautiful layer to build off of. The FLV also adds to the smokiness of the overall profile.
WF Banana Puree & HS Banana add a realistic creamy banana flavor that isn’t to pungent as a top note. Soft enough to bend into the body of the vape.
TFA Vanilla Custard 2 adds richness and creaminess for the banana layer to blend into.
TFA RY4 Double & FA Tiramisu add complex accent notes. The RY4 double adds additional richness and mouthfeel and the tiramisu adds subtle dark espresso notes just enough to show themselves amoung the other flavorings.
Overall after a steep; this is a very enjoyable creamy, complex and smooth vape. Enjoy!
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This recipe was created on our Interactive Mixing podcast but only using TPA flavorings. With shipments of flavorings being disrupted due to the corona virus, we thought it would be a good idea to mix with flavorings that most people might have in their stash and we think we succeeded in delivering a full bodied toasted custard with hints of bourbon. Full recipe notes on DEVELOPED LIVE at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6lohUcFLq8 .
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