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Taking inspiration from an absolute wizard, Mr @alfredpudding, I decided to tackle a tobacco recipe that wasn't so much about capturing a specific flavor but instead about capturing a memory or a feeling. This boozy/smokey/chocolaty recipe is meant to capture the feeling, or foster some nostalgia for an evening sitting around a campfire sipping at a bottle of whiskey and maybe toasting a few s'mores.
Not quite so elegant a solution as the 3 piece masterwork that is Cabin, we've kind of got a lot of moving parts here so let's try to break them down.
SC Old Captain - Really the root of the recipe all started here, it's a tobacco alright, but really it's so incredibly chocolaty that I knew where I wanted to go with it the second I tasted it. It's still got a bit of tobacco behind it but pushed higher than the rest to really allow that chocolate to cut through into the final product
FA 7 Leaves Ultimate - It's dry and sorta spicy, almost bringing the smell of the forest or firewood with it.
FLV Red Burley & FLV Cured Tobacco - The tobacco base needed to be emboldened to keep up with the booze and chocolate so bringing in this combo was a suggestion courtesy of @NoWar, and it absolutely works without steamrolling everything else in the mix.
FA Irish Cream - Partially aiding Kentucky Bourbon and partially helping keep the recipe from drying out to the point of being more reminiscent of a desert than a campfire.
TFA Kentucky Bourbon - Booze, but with little focus on the burn and more on the flavor that lingers on your palate.
FA Vanilla Bourbon - Just a touch of vanilla to help the chocolate along.
TFA Toasted Marshmallow - Adding a bit of sweetness but, more importantly, just a hint of smoke to help really hammer the point home.
Shout-out to @ID10-T for this name, in Noted's episode for Booze Drinks he says that mixing Toasted Marshmallow with kentuky Bourbon is like having "Sex In your Mouth".
I'm posting this recipe for every mixer that loves bourbon as i do, as this is really good and simple.
At this percentages, once is fully steeped (around 15-20 days), you'll get a good toasted top note, a slight bourbon note and a lot of marshmallow.
At this moment bourbon starts to fade a bit and toasted marshmallow thickens the mix, so test it and crank that bourbon to where you like it. ENJOY!
Ps: Super Sweet is not necessary but i like it really sweet.
One of the most simple, surprising and delicious juices going has to be coop34's "Coop's Kiwi Bourbon".
So, applying Coop's awesome Kentucky Bourbon + Toasted Marshmallow + Fruit formula, one of the first fruits I decided to try was FA Forest Fruits, because it's my favorite. It's great right away, but goes through lots of interestingly tasty changes the longer it homogenizes. Plus, it seems to do something a little different with every hit. I loved the results instantly, and vaped it for months, but curiosity got the better of me, so I added one of my favorite enhancers, FA Oba Oba, and it was perfect.
This one's fun! Good off the shake, and full of little surprises as time goes on. Vaping it is interesting, too; sometimes it's pleasantly boozy, sometimes it has a pink bubble gum vibe, and sometimes it's just a nice, soft, round berry taste with a vaguely smoked-vanilla-like exhale (the Oba Oba, I think?)
If you don't have FA Oba Oba, try it without it, and if you like it, add some to your next order to try it with. It's a pretty fun flavor that does some cool things with the right profile, and in this case, it really rounds it out, making the whole thing softer, fuller and more complex.
This is my 1st recipe, so feel free to leave your opinions, suggestions, or shit all over it. I just wanted a sweet marshmallow that wasn't subtle. I have issues with taste, thanks to sinus problems.
Toasted marshmallow has a great flavor with a nice burnt sugar note
LL cereal offers added marshmallow-ness, and keeps the recipe on the drier side. The cereal note takes a backseat.
Meringue gives the mix a light, sugary, fluffiness.
Cotton candy adds that spun, sugar sweetness.
Sugar cookie holds it all together and beefs up the vanilla, frosty goodness
Vanilla swirl coats everything in cream while lifting the vanilla.
And all of this may be complete nonsense, but when I have a craving for something sweet and fluffy, this satisfies.
if you like some coffee with your cream well this is it.
Using FW as a main butterscotch note because it’s a heavy, creamy butterscotch. The addition of FLV smoked butterscotch adds the toasted smoked notes. TFA Irish cream is an old trick of mine used in small amounts to boost and deepen the butterscotch notes. I used FA Capuchino for the main sweet slightly creamy coffee notes and boosted it with a little Dark bean in order to push the coffee through the dense butterscotch notes.
I felt it needs some additional undescriptive cream notes without too much of a heavy vanilla and without adding additional heavy cream notes, so I combined cream fresh and Vanilla Ice cream from FA since both those creams are light and milky. TFa toasted marshmallow is in the mix as the sweetener and to add another layer of toasted notes.
This flavor will tie you to a radiator and GRAPE YOU in the mouth.
The name is a reference to the Whitest Kids You Know sketch with the same name.
I wasn't going for anything in particular here, but I wanted a grape flavor that wasn't overpoweringly grape (despite the name) - so it's got some blueberry in there as well to mellow out the grape candy flavor. It also has some sour gummy candy to bring out some more sourness along with the lemon and cherry to add more fruit in there. Cactus, I'm not sure why I put that in there, but it's good. Marshmallows are for body - I especially like the toasted marshmallow, but that might be a bit too much. Cream cheese icing adds some sweetness and creaminess.