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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.
I never found an RY4 that really hits the mark for me. There’s always something lacking, something off. None of them had an accurate and prominent tobacco note.
So, I set out to make my very own RY4 from scratch. The result is perfect - for me.
Hope you’ll like it too :)
A s'mores milkshake. Rich and creamy. Vanilla Ice Cream and Milky Undertone is the milkshake base. I chose FW graham cracker because I like the spice notes I get from it. Glamour chocolate with a hint of sweet coconut reminds me of a Hershey's chocolate bar. Toasted marshmallow because it's an accurate toasted marshmallow. Sweeten to taste and enjoy! I had a video shot for this mix but my dumb ass didn't hit record!
Bounty and Glamour chocolate enhance the OOO Chocolate Milk. The AP brings in a cookie type note without adding any extra sweetness. Toasted Marshmallow drops a warm tasting marshmallow to the mix And cream fresh brings some separation between the chocolate notes and the milk part of the shake.