This is a nice mix. You can't go wrong with Butterscotch Ripple and Vanilla Swirl and Sugar Cookie in the mix. I like this as a starting point with a few additions and subs. JF RY4 Double at the same percentage makes this so much better. Also, knock the TFA Pistachio back to 1.5% and add 0.75% FLV Pistachio.
Really good recipe to keep on hand, especially when having a few beers, for me the sweet spot is two weeks, never thought i would like a recipe with tobacco notes but this has turned out to be the best recipe i have tried so far.
Was hesitant to mix this as I couldn't see pistachio working in a vape, I also prefer my pistachios salty and savoury rather than sweet. But this recipe just works. Sweet but not overly so, good level of pistachio, sugar cookie not that apparent but does it's background thing. Very, very ADV'able. Only needs a five day or so steep for me - I don't see much improvement from five days to two weeks, bottles are never around long enough to have been tasted at three weeks though!
Fantastic recipe. If you are reading this and considering making this, even if you need to pick up the Butterscotch Ripple--- just do it! Mix it as written. I have also mixed the original version (recipe on e-liquid-recipes), and this one is far better. If you want a good Pistachio-tobacco recipe with slightly more of a tobacco element, I also highly recommend Pistachio Brûlée by TheJuiceFairy on ELR. You can also use FA Soho instead of RY4 Double in this recipe nicely, but it will be a little different and leafy. Start at 5% and increase by 1% increments until you love it. IMO this profile, Pistachio-Caramel-Tobacco, is a classic for e-juice, much like strawberries & cream.
I'm pretty new to mixing and I first bought this as a one shot from ecx. I liked it so much I bought all the individual components and now mix it 120ml at a time. It's in my adv rotation but it is a coil gunker.
I love this recipe. I never thought I would be a fan of tabaco flavors. After a year of mixing I thought it was time to give it a shot. I wanted to try a proven recipe to have a baseline for comparison and all I can say is damn! This is amazing.
No dought the best I've mixed, up to this point in my DIY experience. I did try a variation and knocked the RY4 down 2% and then added some Black Honey Tobacco in its place 0.5% and holly crap it is even better..A nice Honey tobacco Pistachio that I can't seam to put down. Thanks Wayne
I did not like this at all right away and like some others put it down and somewhat forgot about it . I moved recently and found a huge bottle that I had forgotten about and I'm sure that any if you that have mixed this will attest that after a month this is one if the most amazing liquids I have ever experienced . I say experience cuz that is exactly what it is , a true experience ito the mind of our generations greatest artist and again Wayne has made me realize there is things that I love that right now i dont even know I like . Excellent job on this my friend !!! .
I mixed this up a few months ago when I first started mixing and I forgot about it. I found it today and decided to try it again and holy s__t it's wonderful! I'm definitely going to make up a batch and give it a long steep again.
I wasn't sure what to make of this at first but sure enough after 2 weeks it really gets a lot of depth and layer upon layer of flavour. This has rapidly become my goto evening vape and it pairs really well with a few beers or rum and cokes.
At first I wasn't really digging this profile, but over the last few months it has become one of my favorite. Maybe it just hadn't steeped enough. It REALLY needs the long 2-3 week steep to become what it is. Delicious darker flavor. I haven't had Charlie Nobles juice you used as inspiration but I don't care, this flavor is so good. If you haven't tried this, definitely give it a mix and let it steep...especially since autumn is coming. Great for that season.
Such a great flavor profile here. It portrays such a warm, bakery sweet and dense mouthfeel and it becomes hard to put down. The pistachio is very light and sometimes I want more of it, however it works very well in this recipe.