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FINALLY! I have made 8 or 9 different versions of this recipe and this one finally nailed it! This is awesome as a shake and vape. Not sure what time will do to it since I just mixed it about 4 hours ago, but right now it is awesome!
Think of a warm soft pretzel, dipped in butter, and then dipped in cinnamon sugar. That is what I was going for and it is really good.
Let me break it down....................................
The Baked Cinnamon Roll (LB), Rich Cinnamon (FLV), and Pretzel Dough (WF) are the main base for this recipe.
The Toasted Marshmallow (TFA), Caramel (Salted) (FW), and Butter come together to create a sweet butter taste.
The Brown Sugar was added for a hint of dark sweetness as well as a great supporting flavor for the cinnamon.
I only added 0.25% Super Sweet (CAP). However, you may want to add more or less depending on your preference.
PLEASE NOTE: I mixed my Rich Cinnamon at 10% in PG and then used it at 0.50% in this recipe. So the REAL percentage is 0.05%. So if you get Rich Cinnamon I would suggest doing what I did and dilute it down because that stuff is SUPER STRONG!
All together this just works wonderfully. PLEASE PLEASE Comment if you try this. I would love to hear everyone's thoughts on this treat.
HAPPY VAPING EVERYONE!
Lucky Charms Rice Krispy Treat. Simple.
This is one of my ADV's that I've been working on since the beginning of the year it's not perfect yet, but I felt it had come along far enough to release it as my first public recipe on ATF to be able to get feedback, suggestions & critiques from the vaping wizards out there.
The profile I'm going for here is a thick soft sugar cookie with hint's of almond, topped with a rich crème brûlée custard.
The Recipe's Breakdown as I see it so far.
The Cookie Base:
WF Almond Cookie SC: This is hand's down the best almond cookie I've tried. Almond sandy perfection however I'm looking for a softer cookie so.....I need to begin to soften this cookie with...
CAP Sugar Cookie: The OG sugar cookie that we all know, a nice warm buttery flavor that is similar to a warm & puffy cookie that perfectly supports the almond cookie and just embraces you with a soft warm dark buttery hug.
WF Cookie Butter: This is butter not cookie butter as you would expect to quote ID10-T "this is like they extracted the butter from the cookie". This is exactly what I want to add more butter not only to the cookie base but also to bring more butter flavor to the custards.
TPA Toasted Marshmallow: The toasted part of this is mild however it should support the already dark caramelization of the INW Creme Brulee enough to just push that toasty flavor a little higher while the marshmallow brings a better mouthfeel to the recipe.
The Crème Brûlée Custard:
INW Creme Brulee: Some say the caramelized/burnt sugar note is out of proportion to the custard. After a SF batch test I tend to agree however this pairs well with our next flavor in the custard.
INW Custard: using it as our main custard sitting under the brulee to bring egg, thickness, a mild vanilla note and a creamy butter note that is much needed for the recipe.
WF Cream Custard SCs: A creamy custard that leans more towards a diary note to me. I'm using it here to add more cream to the INW custard without adding more vanilla as I'm wanting a mild vanilla in this buttery custard.
Cap Super Sweet: Finishes off the recipe by adding a little more sweetness that needs to be there imho. Use your preferred sweetener of choice or none at all. Suggested min steep of 2 weeks but it continues to improve beyond that as it ages.
All reviews, feedback, suggestions & critiques are welcomed with open arms.
Inspired by Banana Backwoods cigars. After much experimentation, this is my perfect RY4 based blend.
RY4 Double TPA can be using in place of INW RY4 TDM, it will be just a bit dryer and less caramelly than the INW stuff.
If you don't have OOO Vanilla Ice Cream, it's good with other cream flavors too. Others I have enjoyed in there include Sweet Cream, CC Devon Cream, Avocado Cream. The rest of the recipe won't be right if others are substituted, though I have a friend who mixes this with TPA Banana Cream instead of VT Shisha Banana and says it's very good.
The menthol is surely variable to your tastes. I'd say 1.0-1.66 for former Newport/Kool smokers. Too much is higher. 0.75 for a more usual cigarette level of menthol. I'd still recommend using at least 0.33 for the flavor even if you are not a menthol vaper. People who aren't typically Menthol vapers have noted that even at 1.66, though the menthol comes through on a finger/knuckle test, it blends in with the mix very well and is barely noticeable.