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Mixer’s club April - ATeam
It started as “I want to use FE lychee”. The theme was ATeam. I know the show but never watched it. Didn’t have time to watch it now so pure improvisation. I thought that I will make to the theme of Murdock - insanity but the more I mixed the more it looked like a restriction. Told myself: “why not to combine characters?” Here it goes, when hannibal contacted murdock, it smelled of cigars and a note of insanity. Ah? How do you like that? Hehehe
So I wanted to get out of my comfort zone and mix with flavors I am not comfortable with, so there goes fe lychee and tobaccos. Tobacco left low on purpose as I want a hint from it, the overall bottom darkness (you can quote me on that lol). Apart from that, there is an flv lychee which on it is own almost not perceptible in the mix cause damn fe lychee whoops his ass. There is also inw grapes, because for some reason it transforms fe lychee into something different and pairs so well. Wild melon to give you this light creaminess of melon with some pleasant aroma and finally tfa bavarian cream. For the dark body that was a bit packing there.
I called it Aether. Because I can
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 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
A small tribute to ChemicalBurnVictim's Brigade 2506.
Having adapted the Brigade little TFA Western to make it less forward and pipe-y, making it the Western Brigade, this is the other way around.
Using my favourite INW Dark (more leathery/aromatic than Black) and INW Garuda (leafy cigar).
TFA Western brings a "nasty" cigarette-like leathery note that blends together with the smoky pair of INW DNB and FA Black Fire.
For MTL/POD would up by 50% the 3 tobaccos.
We are going through bad times,people.This is a recipe i have been working on for a long time,i mixed over 15 batches on this profile.I don't mention it on the headline,but this is pretty close to the OPMH Watson eliquid.If you wish to get even closer to Watson add 0.5% super sweet (cap).I really enjoy this much more than the original
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I suppose this is my virgin tobacco recipe since I'm giving it up for the first time. I subscribe to the less is more school of mixing and the 1-2-3 game makes it fun to do so. Not a whole lot to figure out here though. I've always liked TPA's Western. I think it's underrated or at least I don't see it used very often. The Western seems "familiar" to me when vaped and it gives this recipe a little something dirty. Oh yeah, FA Custard Premium is probably the best single flavor I"ve ever tasted. If you haven't tried, your missing out. Nice smooth buttery, cigar like flavor. I tried it after 7 days and its pretty tatsty. I'm sure it's only gonna get better.
If you mix it, please leave some feedback. Always open to suggestions and shit...
A Vanilla Custard Caramel Tobacco recipe that worked out great!
Starting with the vanilla custard base, INW Custard + CAP Vanilla Custard + TPA Vanilla Swirl complement each other to create a staple vanilla custard. Adding TPA French Vanilla Creme and TPA French Vanilla Deluxe on a 1:1 ratio, add both the extra vanilla needed and bring a second layer of delicate creaminess along.
TPA Western is the way to go for the VCT profile, and adding just a little INW US Red Mix makes this recipe different from other VCTs, bringing a different dimension to the leathery american tobacco notes.
Finally, RY4 is added for the needed maltol and also as a bridge to the VT Honeycomb, creating a nice butterscoth note.
Give it at least 6-7 days of steeping to develop!
P.S. INW US Red Mix could be ommited, but if you have it or have easy access to it I really recommend you to give it a try.