Horchata (TPA) Amazing!!!

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  1. Steve K

    Steve K Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I knew when I read the description of this I had to get it,and it is probably the best flavor I have received so far.It is spot on with the creamy milk,rice,cinnamon,and vanilla,could also be passed on as a rice pudding with cinnamon flavor and I can see adding some coconut or banana to this or many options.has anyone else tried this yet??
     
  2. Veezy

    Veezy Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Oh mannnn ive been looking for a good horchata flavor I will have to give it a try!
     
  3. Veezy

    Veezy Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    i tried Ecblends "dragons milk" which is supposed to be horchata but to me its nothing close. its actually just like eating a tablespoon of cinnamon with the hot tamales candy
     
  4. Steve K

    Steve K Super Member ECF Veteran

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    This you can actually taste the creamy milk and vanilla.The smell is awesome too.I use 13%
     
  5. Tracker II

    Tracker II Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I couldn't agree more about TPA's Horchata. It's been my afternoon vape (at 10%) for about 3 months now.

    Don't you love it when you can get some nice, well-balanced, complexity in one flavor bottle?
     
  6. Steve K

    Steve K Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I do love this flavor but I seem to use around 13% -15% simply because it is a tame flavor and is smooth and creamy and awesome.
     
  7. solardrgn

    solardrgn Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    i tried this a few months back and it was horrible to me? tasted nothing horchata at 15%. i havent touched it since but i may try again... was any steeping necessary?
     
  8. Starlyte2

    Starlyte2 Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I'm going after this one right now!
     
  9. Steve K

    Steve K Super Member ECF Veteran

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    No no steeping at all,It has a creamy cinnamon egg nog type of flavor more on the rice milk side.Was good right out of bottle.
     
  10. wavefanatic

    wavefanatic Full Member Verified Member

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    I had the same experience. It was very strong on the cinnamon side, but mine was TFA from Wizard Labs. I thought that TPA and TFA were the same company now though..
     
  11. Steve K

    Steve K Super Member ECF Veteran

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    They are the same.
     
  12. ForeverTwoWheels

    ForeverTwoWheels Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    Glad to hear it's good straight out the bottle. I should have some soon
     
  13. Steve K

    Steve K Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I use about 12% - 15% and I suggest a sweetner.
     
  14. solardrgn

    solardrgn Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    hmm maybe i'll try it again. i use EM as a sweetner; usually 1 drop/2ml. how much would you put?
     
  15. Steve K

    Steve K Super Member ECF Veteran

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    I actually use EZ Sweetz (Suclarose) instead of EM but I do have EM but don't use it much. 1 Drop/2ml Seems about right if I was to use it.I can't see Horchta being very tasty unless its sweet and its good as a stand alone flavor as I cant see adding anything except maybe a little coconut
     
  16. 1990FOXBODY

    1990FOXBODY Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I just ordered some from them. I loved the Ripe Banana and hope I like this one too. I had a Columbian friend lived down the street from me growing up, his momma would make Horchata from scratch. I am needing some new flavors, and this might be one of them.
     
  17. krewblink

    krewblink Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    I tried this. tasted like cinnamon and spoiled milk. very very nasty maybe i got a bad batch? i ordered directly from TPA/TfA
     
  18. SurphKid11

    SurphKid11 Senior Member Verified Member

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    yea i got the TFA one from wizard labs a few weeks ago and i just tried it tonight and its really strong on the cinnamon side i added 2 drops of sweet cream but i think im gonna add more. hopefully it will get better with steeping. but i wish it tasted how the OP's horchata tasted
     
  19. we2rcool

    we2rcool Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    We, too, love the TFA Horchata...but we cannot imagine using it at such high percentages (to each his own, of course). We tried it at 10% and were blown-away by the cinnamon - then cut it to 9% and added 3% Sweet Cream - STILL too strong for us (but closer to real Horchata). We've just made up a batch at 7% with 2% Sweet Cream (TFA) and 2% Vienna Cream (FA).

    Oh yeah, that seriously hits the spot for us! (And fwiw, our base is all VG with a bit of distilled water and sterile saline).
     
  20. kenxstyle

    kenxstyle Full Member

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    what shops carry this!!!??
     
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