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I’m really happy with how this recipe turned out,the VT blood Plum and INW Shisha Strawberry are a match made in heaven and with the peanut butter skipping around them,this really is a delicious vape. The toast element is pretty much spot on and turns this recipe into a nice full vape. Can S&V this one however 3 days steep is perfection.Mix it up, share it and leave me your feedback i appreciate all thoughts good and bad. Much love fuckerz and happy mixing!! 😎💙
Ok so this was my first foray into the realm of Custard. I decided I wanted to make a Clafoutis, which is basically a dessert with cherries and custard with a bit of a crust to it.
Everyone knows cherries are a bit of a bear, so I didn't want to bite that off with my first custard. I decided to go with a Pluot Clafoutis. A pluot is a plum/apricot hybrid. VT Blood Plum/FA Apricot make the pluot and the liquid amber helps to add that "cooked" vibe. The shisha vanilla is what it is, a vanilla accent, the FA cookie makes a light crust. I used a OOO Powdered Sugar to add a sprinkling of powdered sugar. That last part is the custard which is the main part of this profile. I started with INW Custard, but I felt it was too weak. Not creamy enough and not enough body. I asked @alfredpudding for help and as usual, he was game. He suggested I add 3% CAP NY CC, which @ediblemalfunction uses in his Custard. This was the missing piece, I'm really enjoying this right now.
Profile: Candied Apple
So I mixed up a recipe, that I actually didn't care for. Much worse was it, that I brought it to work too so I was stuck with it all day long.
Came home, sat down, thought of my inventory as I needed a SnV immediately - and then it came to me. I need a candied apple!
So I mixed this up - little trial and error and I got it just perfect after a couple of tries.
FA Fuji - Being low on apples in general, my choice fell on this, as it's the sweet kind of apple I'm after.
VT Blood Plum - While my mix here does have a weak aftertaste of the plum, my choice on this was strictly for the candy flavor VT Blood Plum has. Therefor 1%
VT Salted Caramel - Usually I go FW Caramel (Salted) when I want something caramel, but it's very potent, and VT's version is a little bit more damp in it. Needed that for the apple not to be overpowered.
FA Butterscotch - There's to back-up the VT Salted Caramel and add a little butteriness to it.
FLV Rich Cinnamon - Keeping it low as usual, potent stuff. But in my imagination, a sprinkle of cinnamon on a candied apple sounds delicious!
CAP Super Sweet - Helps pretty much about anything in this mix to make it all more bright.
Can be used as SnV (I do!) but if you feel the need to mellow out the cinnamon a little and let the caramel become more visible, leave it over night or a few days.
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I am not a tabaco lover, so this is as close to a "tobacco" as I can come ..LOL , this is a scotch Ry4 double cocktail that is tasty as a SV and hit its mark at around day 4 - 5
My inspiration for this was the picture in Jenifer Jarvis flavor pro FB group in the year of mixing
Week 46- Winding Down In the Ski lodge
VT scotch is one of the most boozie authentic scotches on its own - it even has some oakiness. It really does not need support from another scotch
The holy vanilla is a vanilla bean with some spice that also adds some body to this mix and rounds out the edges and works with the devon cream.
Devon cream adds body and a chocolate note on the exhale .
Ry4 double has a very subtle tobacco back note but is mostly caramel, nutty and chocolate notes which is good pairing for scotch
Honey comb adds some texture and sweetness.
Blood plumb adds some brighter top notes to this mix.
This is pretty sweet but add sweetner to your liking - I add just a touch of FLV sweetness at .03
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