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For all the mornings you wish for a nice tobacco vape with your coffee.For all the nights you wish for a tobacco vape with your drink.
A strong tobacco mix,no creams,no nuts,a little rum and red dates to fill in the blanks,starring the the two best "for pipe" from inawera.Smokey,ashy,woodsy pipe tobacco,i hope you enjoy it!
My 1st ground up mix. Started with craving it and had fig so flavor research led me to VT red dates. Love that deep rich baked fruit vibe I get from it. Combine with FLV fig it shines through the oatmeal cookie. Didnt really think about coconut until I found some photos and recipes online. Wanted to focus on 3 flavors to combine for this juice. The coconut started with sweet coconut because thats my goto in bakeries, the FA coco helps it blend with the golden syrup. Love the flavor the golden syrup has with the red dates and bridges it with the cookie. I used caramel original instead of brown sugar because I believe its smoother with the golden syrup instead of 2 flavors it combines into one. Praying that someone mixes this up and gives me some feedback. I was astonished how well this turned out. Really well balanced, I probably did 3 versions and still playing but its freaking good and will share it at this point. Believe I got lucky having and mixing these flavors as they play really well together. Ive been mixing other people creations for around 2 years and a ton of online research and talking with other mixers. Just never thought my 1st official juice would turn out this well. I like a week long steep to meld esp with those dates and fig.
Mixer's Club Submission March 2020: Blue in a bottle of Milk
I had an idea to start with... Blackberry cigar with a hint of milk chocolate. I bumped into AlfredPudding in the MC server and asked him if he wanted to add a submission and I would graciously mix it up for him. He ended up jumping in as a collaboration on the concept and swapped out some flavors for others, suggested some percents and this mix was born. I got pretty busy, so i didnt get a chance to really mess with percents. I really didnt need to. After about two weeks, I felt the tobaccos were still a bit soft and wanted to bump them up. Never got to trying it, and glad I didn't. At about three weeks, they all slide together to make something that is just really interesting to vape. So, i don't know, make of it what you will.
It's nicely balanced, with the tobaccos just laying in the cut providing a base for the rest of the flavorful components. Blackberry at 1.25 blends harmoniously with the berry-like components of Black Cat for Pipe, Dates adds the depth to the dark fruity undertones in Dark for Pipe, and lavender all but dissolves into the mix lightening it up in a strangely delightful way; it's nearly impossible for me to discern it individually. It turned out to be very interesting to me and I hope you like it.
Edit: I kinda threw up the notes quick for MC but wanted to make it clear, Alfred steered me away from the chocolate and brought in the lavender and red dates which make this a unique mix. It's more his than mine and now it's yours. If you try it, I can guarantee it will be worth the wait. And please do wait. The tobaccos end up being very delicate in the mix and need time to level out. Definitely a steeper.
Profile: Apple Pie duuuuh
Super simpel and super easy Apple Pie to make!
Very simpel and straight forward mixture of FA Apple Pie and VT Croissant. Combined they are to me the perfect pie crust as they have both a buttery note and a bit of flake going on. FA Apple Pie does take a couple of days to really come out and at 1% it does work its magic for being just a crust with no notes of apples or spices. VT Croissant is super buttery even at 2% which makes the crust feels nice, thick and chewy.
PUR Country Apple has an amazing ability for apples pies since it taste like cooked apples. To make an apple pie, this would be the apple I go for, thanks to that ability. I have tried other apples, but they don't bring that feeling of cooked apple like PUR Country Apple does. It's soft, mushy and sweet.
FLV Apple Filling I kept somewhat low at 1% as I didn't want it to dominate the other ingredients in the filling. I find 1% to be just the perfect amount of spices. Not too much and not too little - just a nice touch of spices.
I don't know how common it is anywhere else, but here where I'm from we like to have prunes, dates or raisins in our apple pies. VT Red Dates has a bit of a sweet and dark taste, that I find go super very well with apples in general. It has a touch of sun raisins going on and it does a little love dance with the apple.
It brings some punch to the filling, adding some darker and fruity notes and adds some nice texture.
Lastly for the filling I settled for just a hint of INW Custard. By all means, I'm not using this much for the flavor, but more to thicken up the texture of the filling itself and make it a little gooey, which INW Custard delivers perfectly fine at 0.75%.
Lastly at the very top of the pie goes the OOO Powdered Sugar. It's just there for the taste and to enhance the sweetness of it all a little.
While I suggest to let it sit for 5 days, to me it's already good after a few days.
Made for Fresh03 Saturday show - we were challenged to make a "Fair - ified" mix and use more then 5 flavors to create a profile (as a tribute to the juice fairy Jennifer Winstead) . I went after a little Debbie's oatmeal cream pie mix with some raisins and light cinnamon . https://youtu.be/2YQHvHRczNs
This was tested at 60 watts on a reaload S - off the shake it is a full body, sweet cream vanilla mix with some light oat notes on the back - as this steeps the bakery notes, and raisin notes will come forward a bit more and fill out
for the cream I wanted that super sweet make your teeth hurt cream filling So FLV frosting, and WF gooeey marshmallow work perfect for that - along with cream filling ad vanilla cream extra for some additional body
Sadly there really is not a solid oatmeal flavor that I have come across - but the combination of oatmeal cookie RF and Oats and cream does have an oat note on the finish The body of the cookie needed to be filled out so Sugar cookie , FA cookie support the body
Baker touch adds some body along with some cinnamon and brown sugar notes
Red dates is a brighter then a cooked raisin so the addition of fig helps to darken it a bit - along with some molasses
A simplified version of this could be achieved with RF Oatmeal cookie, WF Oats and cream, WF buttercream frosting, CAP sugar cookie and LB bakers touch
Perique is usually described as a strong, peppery blending tobacco. I’ve done a straight Perique NET, and a few Virginia/Perique NETs, and while I see where the “peppery” description could be applied, it always came across as more of a fermented, dark fruitiness with a bit of a kick. That’s what I was going for here. Not anything that’s going to make you hate your life because it kicks so hard, but enough of a bite to make you notice.
Brandy/Red Dates/Liquid Amber in there to try to get some of that funky dark fruit. Almost like a raisin or prune wine, if that’s something you want to imagine (I think I want to imagine it.)
For the tobaccos I went with Dark for Pipe because it’s got a bit of that fruitiness that’s already got a bit of funk to it, and also adds a good kick. Black for Pipe because it’s required to be in every recipe of mine. Also because it has a dark fruit and hint of pepper-ness to it. It’s all about packing a punch. Red Burley to bring a bit more body and bass notes along with some sort of moist earthiness. Moist is the best kind of earthiness. Mmmm.
So anyway, my goal was to make a better tasting Perique than anything that is currently sold as a single flavor of the same name. Looking at you, FA. Instead of hating yourself for picking up that flavor, just mix yourself up a better Perique. Or... wait for it.... Abetta Perique. God damn I’m clever.
Fig and dark berry tobacco.
My original recipe https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/94745#honey_i_figged_up_the_bacco_by_ebc88. I used Fig @2% and didn't tame all the anise/licorice off that it brings along with it. Then I seen this recipe https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/126455#concrete_newtons_by_alfredpudding, and thought I would give VT Fig another shot. It pairs perfectly with VT Red Dates & the FLV Milk & Honey adds some creaminess and sweetness to the fruits. Flv Native & INW Black for Pipe pair excellently together, & the INW keeps the FLV tobaccos from doing the boomerang fading thing they like to do when they steep. Black for Pipe also has some really great berry notes mixed in with the pipe style tobacco. The VT FIG & Red Dates really bring those notes out.
I enjoyed this fresh but INW tobaccos need 10-14 days to steep. So they fully come through in the mix.
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On the ihnhale you get the cran-raisin that transitions to the a sweet creamy vanilla yougurt that lingers . This is pretty spot on
for the cran raisin - Red dates and cranberry work together and they come through on the inhale , but the cranberry needed to be pushed a bit high to get the slight tart note
White chocolate and love along with the greek yougrt come through on the back and leave that exact creamy coating in your mouth .
A little while back I got myself trapped in another Boba’s Bounty hole. It was really a dark place to be because I spent so much time trying to clone a juice I didn’t even like. So to get me out of that insane hole, I decided to take that profile, and do it how I would do it. And, more importantly, make something that I would actually like. That’s what this is.
It’s a very middle of the road recipe. No real top notes to wear down your tongue. Not too sweet. Very full flavor. There’s a dessert/bakery aspect, obviously, but there’s also some decent smoky tobacco notes. It walks the line between several different things. It has been a bit of a challenge for me to let it steep long enough to see the places it goes. Right after mixing, the Gold Ducat was pretty apparent. It had a stronger smoky vibe. After about a week the graham cracker, Butter Pecan, and Red Dates started to take over a bit more. It’s been a while since I’ve been excited about a recipe, and this one has me pretty excited.
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Don’t let the name fool you, it’s not a super smoky mix. I just like naming recipes after Iron and Wine songs.