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(WF) Pistachio Cream SC


By: Wonder Flavours (WF) - Buy Direct

Used in 94 recipes at an average of 2.023%.

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11 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


This mix is Watergate salad just like grandma used to make. The profile up front is a creamy Pistacio pudding, with a bite of pineapple in the center and a warm nutty aftertaste.

(The pudding) FLV vanilla pudding + FA cream, no surprises here. I’ve added WF Pistacio cream and TPA pistacio to make it a pistacio pudding.

(The pineapple) CAP golden pineapple tastes just like canned pineapple, I added .25% TPA pineapple because the CAP tends to get lost after a steep.

(The rest) WF roasted pecan and cream is so good, it adds to the creamy texture of the vape and just the right amount of nutty pecan flavor so you know it’s there at the finish. The OOO Marshmallow vanilla speaks for itself.

I sweeten with .5% CAP super sweet.

Blah blahhh blahhhhhh blahhhh blahh blabblab blabiddyblab P.S I vape on a 5 mm 14 strand Celtic single coil on the DROP rda

An ice cream vanilla ice cream with pistachio. Really creamy and with really great new concentrate of WF pistachio cream, it gives a nice result. Steep it 5 days and its ready. Enjoy!

This is my rendition of this weeks profile photo. I delicious pistachio yellow cake. The golden sponge cake and corn bread make the cake with the pistachio and wf pistachio cream giving it a lovely green pistachio flavor. I used VT English Toffee to give it some dark sweetness.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmF2nItnNz4&feature=youtu.be

add sweetener to taste

Somebody asked me for a pistachio cream vape for a pod/MTL and we were doing simple requests today on SaturDIY'ing with fresh03 and Friends!

Enjoy, be queer and vape on!

[Picture Credits: www.coffeeandquinoa.com ]

A group recipe on Fresh's show this week, with NaChef and Max Savage as our guests! This is the fixed recipe of our disaster Pistachio Can-No-li! This one should be happily vapeable!

WF Pistachio Cream/TPA Pistachio/CAP Toasted Almond= that's your actual pistachio.
WF Mascarpone Cream Cheese/VT Sweet Cream= that light original ricotta cannoli cream.
HC Egg Roll/WF Cannoli Shell/Cap Toasted Almond= the actual cannoli shell.

You should be safe vaping this, don't you worry, we de-funkyfied it...

Enjoy, be queer & vape on!

[Photo Credit: from Recipe4Living.com shared by ElizabethPietraszek ]

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Ok so I mixed this up in the DIY_eJuice discord in collaboration is @Isuamadog. There is a need for a sweet creamy base which where FLV cream comes into play for the creaminess, but to water it down a bit and add more sugar FLV Milk & honey was introduced. Combine this with the sweet rice and you have that silky rice with a touch a touch of pistachio cream topped with toasted almonds. The pistachios play really nicely with the almond. Enjoy!

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Update
I've made an alternate version of this using ID10-T 's suggestions from his review. Removed the WF pistachio, upped TFA to 3.5% and upped Holy Grail to 7%. Give it a try. It definitely upped the sweetness a bit with more caramel coming through from the Holy Grail. I wont be changing this original recipe though as I worked pretty hard on it and I still think it's great as is. Both versions are worth vaping to me 👍🏻

This came about from 2 things: My love of Charlie Noble's Pistachio RY4 , and my newfound love for Fear's Cardinal
Charlie Noble Pistschio RY4 was my first ADV. I loved it. When I started mixing I was stoked to find DiYorDie had a somewhat close clone of it. His one shot was my first foray into mixing. So this profile holds a special place for me.
Fast forward a couple years and I haven't messed with tobacco's much for some time now. Then do to popular reviews I finally pick up holy holy RY4 and some Flavorah Tobaccos , and try Cardinal. Blown away. Freaking delicious.
So now comes this, not quite a straight up Pistachio Cardinal, and not quite PRY4 with holy holy ry4 subbed. More of an inspired by both greats situation.

I started with just TPA Pistachio but then I found WF Pistachio Cream pairs really nicely with TPA while giving it a bit more of a sweet, slightly creamy vibe so I added that.
I've been wanting a way to use Vanilla Bourbon but it just doesnt fit in most applications but here it pairs nicely with the tobacco and nutty notes
As far as the tobacco, I love the way that Red Burley pairs with and adds more to the tobacco notes of the holy grail ry4
Lastly , I added hazelnut. It helps a tiny bit with the nuttiness but mostly it just adds a nice subtle sweetness to the mix.

Edit - added LA cream cheese icing after competition.

Princess cake — or prinsesstårta in Swedish — is a layer cake synonymous with Sweden that is covered in a hard topping of marzipan, which is usually green, giving the cake a unique look. Beneath the marzipan frosting are alternating layers of sponge cake, pastry cream, and whipped cream and often contains raspberry.

Flavor notes for those who are flavor-nerd-ioligists. As taste is subjective this recipe is a ballpark of what I perceive to be acceptable. At the end of the day I hope that at least this combination of flavors will get you pretty close to this profile.

WF Princess Cake is a concentrate that this profile is based on which from the manufacturers description is alternating layers of sponge cake, pastry cream, and whipped cream, topped with marzipan.
WF Angel Cake is a sponge cake with a buttercream flavor and it also carries a light berry note. The Angel Cake also work well with the WF Buttercream Frosting.
WF Buttercream Frosting is a delicate sugary buttercream frosting that needs some boosting from another cream.
The WF Pistacio Cream provides a boost to the buttercream and the creamy almond is bent towards a marzipan with the aid of FA Marzipan.
FA Marzipan is used as a sweetener and adds nuttiness of sugar-glazed bitter almonds.
The MB Pink Raspberry provides a soft, lightly floral and tart contrast to the cake layers.

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Tested using a single coil RDA 60 Watts, 0.18 Ohms

Looked in a cookbook came up with this. Still ongoing changes nice start though.

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