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almond caramel cream.

wf vanilla ruyan custard- this flavor is a workhorse. i honestly prefer it solo around 6-7%, but it pairs great with ry4s and other creams. it's primarily a vanilla, secondarily a texture/mouthfeel booster- it reminds me of what inw's creme brulee would be if it didn't get weird over 0.5%- it's got such a full body to it. oddly- it's nothing like cap's VC1, largely because it's vapable immediately and doesn't seem to change much with a steep. this is the base flavor in this recipe because it's a solid body foundation but it doesn't bully the top notes.

inw custard- what can i say about this flavor that hasn't already been said. it's great, again doesn't require much steeping, and provides lovely body. helps fill out the ruyan custard here and helps the vanilla not be so dominant.

jf's ry4- probably the best ry4 out there. less steeping, more depth of flavor. mostly a warm caramel note.

(top notes) inw's marzipan & fa's almond- this combo is sweet almond bliss. that twangy cherry note from the marzipan fades after 12-24 hours, hence the teensy steep time. they mesh effortlessly with the custards and caramel ry4- it's a delightful combo.

side note/how's it vape, mahfucka?: this juice is super similar to those standard ry4/custard/nut combo recipes we all love: dillinger's dairy, pistachio ry4, gentleman's custard- if that profile is appealing to you, you'll love this one. the difference here is that this recipe is ready to vape almost immediately. i'm not yanking yer chain. honestly most of the wonder flavors i've tried have that in common, their inclusion in a recipe, or even just solo; they are damn near shake & vapable. i'm not unaware of the discourse re: their potential sugar content, or whatever- i just don't care. shrug


fig's all grown up! fig smokes cigarettes with his friends and stays up too late! fig didn't finish college because he started working in the service industry and just partied all the time instead of going to classes! fig ends up working in an office cubicle surrounded by people he hates who he's sure make more money than he does! fig questions his own existence and writes sad poetry! fig doesn't sleep well anymore!

so. this is a fig tobacco that's got a nice roastyness to it and a sweet mouthfeel. flv's cured tobacco is really great, it boosts the soho and adds depth. soho is clearly a favorite of mine, it has a caramelly, better-than-ry4 vibe to it, and meshes really well with other tobaccos. cap's fig is dark and sweet and has a stone fruit/dark berry note that pairs beautifully with tobacco- it's a lovely, earthy combo. if you like tobaccos, you'll like this. this is my V2 and i feel like it's mostly done. if i change anything it might be to boost the nuttyness in some way but i'm unsure if it's even necessary- this is great as it is.


this is my go to juice, and it's delicious. it's my 3rd and final version.

the butter pecan is definitely the base note. it's buttery. it's nutty. what more can you want. fw has this flavor on lock for sure. i put it in a lot of stuff, but it's best when it's the star. contrary to popular belief it does NOT need 5 million years steep time. 3 days, it's great. after 7 days that's about the best it'll ever get. i've worked with 3 different batches of this recipe over the course of 6 weeks, and vaped it almost daily, i'm confident.

i used both tpa and cap vbic because sometimes tpa's gives me weird off notes over 2%, but i like it's vanilla more than caps. i've tried it with all of either one and it was fine, really quite good- even with all tfa the butter pecan tends to cover over the off notes for me- but this version is the best in my opinion. bavarian cream is meant to give a little more body, and i've used both jf and fw's, and i prefer jf's. the holy vanilla boosts the ice cream, as does the butterscotch ripple. i'll thank kocanada for that trick. butt rip goes in almost all my ice cream recipes now thanks to him.

the soho inclusion is hard for me to explain or even describe- soho is sweet and feels like heavy caramel to me. it's like a better, rounder ry4 to me, and maybe that's weird or wrong, but i love it. it has a light tobacco touch, that to me is reminiscent of fresh pack of camels- not current camels- camels about 12 years ago. is it just me or did they use to smell and taste a lot better? anyway like i said, this recipe reaches it's peak after 7 days but it's vapable and damn enjoyable at 3.

edit one thing i forgot to include, because i never included it in my percentages, is 2-3 drops Acetyl Pyrazine per 30 ml. it's crucial to the nutty aspect. an option add in is 2 drops CAP Super Sweet- that's up to you.

sweet home, alabama- we sure do love some blue bell ice cream down here and butter pecan is my favorite. we are also 4% higher in smokers than the national median here. what can i say, it's a struggle living in the bible belt. enjoy, yall!


I really love this recipe and feel proud of it. This is a coffee tobacco vape that's delicate and doesn't beat you over the head with it's pungency. INW's Cappucino Tobacco is best in smaller amounts, it's a strong sweet coffee that has rich roasted coffee bean/fancy ass cafe vibe to it- it's got a teensy bit of creaminess to it on it's own but not much, and isn't super nutty. The throat hit is a 3- 4 out of 10 and can be a bit dry solo.

Paired with fresh cream/Bavarian Cream it gets a better mouthfeel and overall coffee flavor is improved- just like your normal cup of coffee, really. Unless you're a black coffee person, in which case...sigh.

Holy vanilla is an accent; it's strong to me, in a good way. Again, not trying to bash your head in with anything here. Balance and subtlety seem to be a lost art in almost everything these days, but that's what I'm aiming for.

The Soho is meant as an accent to the CT because both are fairly weak on the tobacco spectrum- Soho is even sweeter than RY4 and has roastyness to it, but again, not super nutty. It acts as a caramel flavored creamer to your fancy ass coffee. Great with breakfast, of course. Enjoy!

User: bhamcatmaybe Score: 5 Entered: about 4 years ago
man i don't what sorcery this is, or how you create this magic, but i'm almost angry about it. this is the 4th recipe of yours that i've tried and fucking loved. it's just so perfect. so creamy, yet not heavy- an exact milky creamyness. so nutty without being *too nutty. A+++, again, i wish i had made more then 15ml from the start.
User: bhamcatmaybe Score: 5 Entered: about 4 years ago
i really love this recipe. sweet guava is such a great flavor and this recipe really highlights it's beautifully. the creamyness takes the slightly sour edge off the fruits, and it vapes like a dream. really love that for once guava isn't paired with strawberry, which i feel just produces a muddled fruity thing. this has lovely structure. A++, already mixing more.
User: bhamcatmaybe Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
it's real hard to put this shit down. yes- ice cream cake it is, but somehow it's better, classier. it's like a petit four with gelato. i used cap's yellow cake, dropped the percentage to 2.2%, but i will be getting JF's. their sweet strawberry and bavarian cream are whats up, so i trust them. also, per your note on HS's ice cream butteriness, i opted instead to add inw's biscuit at 0.4% and it worked. delicious. THIS is the only cake and ice cream recipe.
User: bhamcatmaybe Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
this stuff is great. very bright and green, like you intended. i dropped JF fuji and just bumped FA fuji to 2%- worked out fine. it's a swell spring recipe, makes me feel like a child somehow. A++, will mix again.
User: bhamcatmaybe Score: 5 Entered: about 4 years ago
i made this with flv's milk chocolate and i cut the percentage down to around 1, or a little under. worked out really really well. i love this juice, it's such an accurate flavor profile. thanks for sharing!
User: bhamcatmaybe Score: 5 Entered: about 4 years ago
i love this recipe. i chose to split the banana cream percentage with half banana nut bread because i feel like those two tpa flavors work well together to create a less runty version of banana for me. either way, i opted to use this recipe instead of vurve's because i liked the heavier emphasis on the nilla wafer- it hits the profile for sure, like the sort of soggy (in a lovely way) nilla wafers at the bottom of casserole dish layered style banana pudding that's been sitting in the fridge over night. delicious. A++
User: bhamcatmaybe Score: 5 Entered: over 4 years ago
this is a dope recipe. because i am an asshole i subbed JF's sweet strawberry for TPA's and dropped the percentage to 1 instead of 1.25. it came out great and i don't think the flavor profile is altered that much from what you intended- probably the best strawberry cream i've tried. the coconut and butterscotch ripple really add some depth to it, it's hard to put down. i'll admit this recipe originally made me nervous because of the sheer amount of flavors used- i'm a new mixer and have really only had luck with simpler recipes- 3-5 flavors tops. this one has changed the game for me. i also appreciate your writing style and after stalking your profile a bit i've found some other recipes i'd like to try. thanks so much for sharing!
User: bhamcatmaybe Score: 5 Entered: about 4 years ago
this is the best blueberry custard i've tried- i really love the sparing use of bilberry which i find to be too musty in other recipes. flv's blueberry muffin was a great addition as well, really rounds out the berry flavor. after 10 days this stuff is magic. thanks for sharing!
User: bhamcatmaybe Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
i mixed this on 7/28 and honestly didn't like it at all until this weekend (11/6). i had tried it at the one and two month marks and had similar complaints to the other reviews. maybe something changed with mine that didn't for them- or perhaps it's just differenes in palates. i loved it this weekend tho- it seemed to have really meshed into something lovely. i will echo the other sentiments of most likely decreasing the creme brulee next time- maybe by half or even less. i think that was largely what kept it from being enjoyable until now for me- i just hope that a decrease doesn't throw off the balance of the custards/tobacco. i'm going to experiment a bit with it. it's a great recipe tho- thanks for sharing.
User: bhamcatmaybe Score: 5 Entered: about 4 years ago
this shit is wild, nothing like other coconut creams i've attempted. very smooth, very realistic. great moutfeel, perfect amount of sweetness. i can't thank you enough for this recipe- i've been looking for something like this ever since i started diying. flv's sweet coconut is the star, and a grand addition to my stash. i didn't let it sit more than 48 hours before i tried it- was too hard to wait, and it's baller even before 5 days, i fucken love it.
User: bhamcatmaybe Score: 5 Entered: about 4 years ago
this is a damn sublime juice. i am blown away by the flavor profile and how accurately it represents the "opaque sludge" stickyness of a frozen pina colada, sweet and fruity and nutty at the same time. i omitted the hibiscus cause i'm weird, and i can definitely vouch for this recipe's awesomeness even without it. i've never used jackfruit or oba oba prior to this recipe but i'm super glad to have them now- clearly they are very useful. A++, vapes like a dream, makes me feel a little too relaxed- a little sauced even.
User: bhamcatmaybe Score: 5 Entered: almost 4 years ago
this is an excellent juice- probably the clearest, most well layered pastry vape i've ever tried. has a defined buttery croissant flavor that is accented by soft sweet nutty cream. most pastry vapes seem too heavy on the cream aspect and the mouthfeel of actual pasty comes across as shadowy and vague- not this one, which i applaud. i will say that it's at it's best around the 2 week mark. this is a superb recipe, thanks for sharing.
User: bhamcatmaybe Score: 5 Entered: almost 4 years ago
i made this a little over 2 weeks ago and it has blown my mind. you were right re: using am4a in smaller amounts- a much better flavor experience to me. this juice just vapes so smooth and is a great autumnal tobacco- i love it. i had been having a little trouble making flv's fig work in things and was really over relying on capella's. this recipe has taught me otherwise. thanks so much for sharing!
User: bhamcatmaybe Score: 5 Entered: almost 4 years ago
this recipe is A++, i love the balance of the tobacco against the peach. i actually broke down and ordered red burley for this one- i had been wanting it but BC had been out of stock for a bit. oh, and i used holy vanilla instead of shisha- at the same percentage- very nice. jf's honey peach has the tendency to give me rotten/overripe fruit vibe but these tobaccos do a great job of smoothing it all out. thanks so much for sharing!
User: bhamcatmaybe Score: 5 Entered: over 3 years ago
been meaning to take the time to rate this for a good long while. this recipe is such a great example of what restrained use of vaguely unknown but great flavors can produce when someone takes the time to experiment with them. it's a lovely deep caramelly tobacco- a dessert tobacco recipe for sure but not lacking in actual tobacco flavor like your standard ry4 stuff. the hongtashan is the star of the show- what an interesting flavor this one- i would have never bought it if not for this recipe and now i've been using it in almost everything. the soft cinnamon is so interesting- and honestly i can and do vape this almost SNV- it's totally good to go after 24hours for sure. but yes it improves with time. A++ recipe, thanks again.
User: bhamcatmaybe Score: 5 Entered: about 3 years ago
this is really great. i didn't wait to let it age, i made 30 ml last night, vaped it first thing morning- about 10 hours later. it's excellent- the crust is perfect, buttery and light, but not covered up by the creams. the buttermilk part of this recipe- tfa's butter and whipped cream- is a master stroke here. really lovely mix that i was interested in immediately, and am so glad i mixed up and tried. this will be a repeater for me. thanks for sharing!
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