Horchata (TPA) Amazing!!!

Discussion in 'Flavor Reviews' started by Steve K, Mar 6, 2013.

Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.
  1. Steve K

    Steve K Super Member ECF Veteran

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

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

    Steve K Super Member ECF Veteran

    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

    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

    They are the same.
     
  12. ForeverTwoWheels

    ForeverTwoWheels Senior Member ECF Veteran

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

    Steve K Super Member ECF Veteran

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

    solardrgn Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    what shops carry this!!!??
     
Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.

Share This Page