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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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This is a creamy caramel boozie milkshake similar to the cocktail called a mudslide. This is a really well balanced mix with sweet creamy vanilla caramel on the inhale and some of the Irish cream and scotch coming out on the back end. This mix starts to come together at 5 days and really is developed at about 10 - days as the Irish cream and ice cream develop
The base for this mix is hokey pokey ice cream ( re - labeled as toffee ice cream)
The sweet cream adds a buttery creamy chocolate caramel note through the cream base. The VT milkshake base when used low adds a slight malted note that is needed in this mix. The hokey pokey ice cream provides a really thick vanilla ice cream that adds a darker sweet toffee note to contrast the lighter caramel note
Honey comb provides some texture and toffee/ chocolate notes to the mix as a topping
Irish cream and Scotch whiskey combine to create a baileys type of boozie note to the mix, that come out on the back of the the exhale . The Irish cream on its own does not provide a boozie note as much as I thought for a VT flavor but it is a pretty spot on Irish cream, with a noticeable chocolate note it is actually similar to the VT devon cream.. The Scotch whiskey is a SPOT on whiskey that unlike some of the other VT flavors can be used low and still provide the boozie scotch note