Used in 785 recipes at an average of 1.025%.
A relatively simple vanilla tobacco using all TPA flavors.
This is (hopefully) the culmination of my attempts to figure out just what the hell to do with TPA RY4 Asian. I dig the stuff, I really do, but the more complicated the recipe got the further in the weeds I got.
So, a retreat to a form of minimalism. Not necessarily in the amount of ingredients, but in profile. It's a smooth and easy Vanilla Tobacco. It's not challenging, it's not even particularly interesting, but I do continue to vape and enjoy it and it's dirt cheap to put together.
TPA has some really good vanilla options!
I wanted a solid vanilla base to lay the tobacco upon, and I think TPA Vanilla Custard II and TPA Vanilla Swirl do that with some additional Ethyl Vanillin to really punch it in.
It's not supposed to be "custard" but I do feel like the extra richness from TPA Vanilla Custard II helps everything cohere (I also don't get the same weird black pepper note that I get from the OG custard, but, as always, YMMV.)
The vanilla swirl (triangle triangle triangle) is there for volume, vanilla, and some maltol sweetness.
The vanillin is just amping up the vanilla. Again, it's not complicated, but it seems to all get the job done.
TPA for tobacco? I guess so.
Again, I've been trying to figure out how to use RY4 Asian forever. It has a really nice caramel to it and an ashy, almost spicy tobacco in there. It brings enough firepower to show up on top of that vanilla. I like it at around 3% before it starts to get really weird.
I've also got a touch of TPA Western in there for a leathery/papery kind of tobacco accent that goes well with vanilla. I've heard that maybe this may be different than whatever ancient version of Western people have used, so if you have some antique TPA Western maybe buy some new stuff? It's cheap, and surprisingly good as an accent tobacco. There are some bready notes that show up higher, but at 1% it's mostly that aforementioned leathery note. Cool stuff.
This really does benefit from a steep. Maybe give it a week? Longer is better, essentially.
The crew on Developed made me post this before they talk about it. I'm assuming they wanted my humiliation to be complete when they denigrate it and me. If I've made too much of a fool of myself, this may not be the final version.
The devious Folkart, Max, and NaChef will not stop until they destroy me. Please help.
A tried & true recipe that my wife and I have been using for quite some time now... I can't really remember where I found it to give proper credit (I'm pretty sure it's been cut, copied, and pasted all around the internet at this point) but whoever made this did an excellent job in replicating a delicious e-liquid! Thank you whoever you are! 👍👍
A classic cronut vape topped with maple glaze. Enjoy.
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Lo mejor de las dos versiones del Don Juan Reserve unidas en una sola receta...pastel de chocolate, nueces pecanas, galletas Graham y cremoso helado de vainilla.
En ésta receta podrás distinguir perfectamente todos esos matices y ningún sabor predomina sobre los demás, haciendo reconocibles todas sus notas.
Si tienes debilidad por el Don Juan este eliquid te encantará, y si no eres muy aficionado no te dejará indiferente.
Espero que disfrutéis del hermano mayor de este riquísimo eliquid.
This is DMC's Version of Vaptasia Killer Kustard. Being that this is only v1 and first attempt, I feel that this is already spot on. if you feel that you need more inw marzipan feel free to add another 0.25% to the mix. I was on the fence myself with this flavor but its up to you. Also as mentioned in the video I tried Capella's Vanilla custard v2 but it did not seem to sit right. @Tamvapes said she was getting a heavy butyric taste from the OG killer kustard so I gave it a go. I don't know maybe it me or my v2 is bad granted it is a couple years old. @Daddykane91 subbed Inw marzipan with FA Marzipan 1:1 giving this a different twist on the original clone. Feedback always welcome. Enjoy!!! More notes and description here https://youtu.be/UatBMwi7qvk
A Celebration of INW Milk Choc OG - R.I.P. 2017
Chocolate Layer INW Milk Choc OG and FW Milk choc creates a fairly realistic milk choc base and I have added some vanillin to add a bit more body... and by fairly realistic I mean as close as the concentrates at our disposal and my efforts to create a realistic milk chocolate got me.
INW Milk Choc translates more to a homemade chocolate milk to me than the real thing, but apart from perhaps MF Chocolate, this is a good as it gets. FW Milk choc has a plastic-y quality to to that with quite a tame milk choc flavour, I am using the to bend the INW to a commercial milk choc texture... the result is far from fantastic but yeah what ever... I used vanillin... no idea what brand, so lets pretend it TFA :) and sweetener is kind of a must here.
Candy Shell I am using a combination of FW VBIC, FW Jawbreaker and FA oba oba to achieve this. I wont claim its fantastic but does translate loosely to a candy shell. I have added a drop or two of FA Meringue for good measure. I am not sure if it really made a difference here, but I like the recipe as is and with limited amounts of INW Milk choc left I am not going to start experimenting,
Gummi, gooey goodness
I used a simple combination of fw swedish and fa rose to create the almost non-descript floral jelly candy flavour.
yeah so that is it, I hope this is not too disappointing a recipe - Look its a pleasant profile and a fun vape and anyone who have worked with chocolates know the milk choc territory is pretty much undefeated - hope you enjoy