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Brandy Custard

Discussion in 'E-Liquid Recipes' started by Sm0kyBlue, Nov 9, 2013.

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  1. Sm0kyBlue

    Sm0kyBlue Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 8, 2013
    Brandy Custard

    8% Vanilla Custard
    2% Cognac Tobacco
    2% Brandy
    2% Horchatta
    1% Brown Sugar

    This is a mild, sweet creamy tobacco recipe, one I have been playing with now for about a month. Love the notes in it..

    Increase or decrease the em to your liking.. Vape away!:vapor:
     
  2. Bryan lord

    Bryan lord Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

    Jul 18, 2013
    Ct
    Looks interesting..thanks! Horatcha is great..


    -Lord
     
  3. Sm0kyBlue

    Sm0kyBlue Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 8, 2013
    It gives it a bit of a pep.. If you'd like, you can add mmm 3-4% Ripe Banana into it, as well..
    Gives a candied flavor.. Let me know how you like.

    BTW: this is all tpa/tfa from wizardslab.. but the way I see things.. use what you have and like. Not all flavor companies appeal to everyone. Some like others better than whats given into a recipe. SB..
     
  4. john333

    john333 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 20, 2011
    Indiana
    Don't have any Cognac. Is cognac the Russian word for whiskey or brandy? I have both whiskey and brandy. Also what tobacco or tobacco type would you recommend.
     
  5. davewuvswaffles

    davewuvswaffles Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 29, 2013
    Philadelphia
    This sounds amazing. I'll definitely have to add these flavors onto my list whenever I get around to getting more.

    Definitely second what John asked, the only tobacco type I've got at the moment is DRY4 and I find it more caramel than tobacco. Might need to make an NET, nothing else seems to come close.
     
  6. riseabovethestorm

    riseabovethestorm Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 22, 2013
    Grayling, MI, USA
    Congac is a type of brandy specific to a certain region in France.

    And this recipe sounds delicious.
     
  7. Sm0kyBlue

    Sm0kyBlue Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 8, 2013
    It's French.. and well you can buy the cognac "oil" from Wizardslab, or the actual cognac tobacco..
    it's best not to use oils in your vape.. but.. some do.
    the tobacco is extremely light.. I like it like that for this one recipe..

    cognac is a pretty sweet taste.. too many other flavors can and will make it poof.. this one recipe is right on that ledge.. as far as using it in other recipes.. tobaccos have captured my attention a few months ago.. I seem to do rather well with them. Making a net is all good.. but you still risk particles etc.. best to purchase than to make.. ;)

    It is.. slowly it's becoming almost an adv.. but I still have zero favorite.. after my collection has grown to over 1300 recipes.. **shakes head.. thanks and hope you and every one else will enjoy it! :laugh:
     
  8. Miscreant

    Miscreant Full Member

    Sep 29, 2013
    Greenville SC USA
    this sounds like a perfect mix for the season ......thanks Sm0kyBlue :D

    I had to sub brands on the horchata and vanilla custard(both of mine are Capellas).......it smells great in the ultrasonic !!!......if it dosen`t work out I`ll be sure to add the 2 subbed flavors on my next TFA order
     
  9. Sm0kyBlue

    Sm0kyBlue Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 8, 2013
    this is why I am hesitant to give out vendors lately.. (No offense, Miscreant!!) Reasoning behind it, you might like one vendor better than another. Taste is subjective, and even my recipes might not be liked by some, but I share, because you might have better ideas based off ones others already made.. And last.. what flavors I might have, you might not. :laugh:

    Others still.. like to clone the heck out of things.. and that's ok too. :vapor:

    I really hope to get some good feedback on this one. It's a bit different, and good for just sitting around.
     
  10. john333

    john333 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 20, 2011
    Indiana
    Ok, I have several Hangsen tobaccos. I will use the one that seems most lite. My brandy is Flavor Art. So, I can come close to your recipe. You are right, avoid any oil in eliquid. Have another question. Do you have a recipe for Champagne?
     
  11. Sm0kyBlue

    Sm0kyBlue Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 8, 2013
    Close, John ;)

    One Champagne recipe:

    Exotic Sunset

    6% Strawberry
    2% Papaya
    5-7% Champagne

    1 drop of EM & pineapple per 10ml
     
  12. Telly R

    Telly R Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 12, 2013
    Vape Room, NC
    This combination sounds so darn delicious...
     
  13. Sm0kyBlue

    Sm0kyBlue Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 8, 2013
    Thanks! If you try it, let me know how you like it ;)
     
  14. john333

    john333 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 20, 2011
    Indiana
    May have to pass on this one. I'm one of those people who has never found a fruit I like to vape. I've tried several and the closest was banana and tobacco. Even then I couldn't vape it longer than 30 minutes or so. I will let you know how I like the brandy recipe.
     
  15. Sm0kyBlue

    Sm0kyBlue Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 8, 2013
    hmm.. not sure what to tell you for a champagne recipe, without fruit. You could try to add something like this:

    5% Champagne
    2% Nutty Amaretto

    with around 3 drops of koolada..

    might give a different taste to it.

    Most of your alcohol flavorings should pare together.. but how you blend them in another step in mixing. I am alway splaying around with my flavors. It's a challenge and well.. I love it! :)
     
  16. Miscreant

    Miscreant Full Member

    Sep 29, 2013
    Greenville SC USA
    It`s been 11 days since I put your Brandy Custard recipe together…..with subbed vendors on 2 of the ingredients….wasn`t by choice, just didn’t have `em

    The flavor has remained as delightful on day 11,as it was coming out of the UC on day 1…...sweet,light,creamy vanilla goodness

    I can foresee making a large batch of this to use as a base for various add-ons….for now,I`m just likin` it too much to mess with it

    This has become my favorite vanilla-ish custard of all the ones I found here….Thanks again :D
     
  17. Sm0kyBlue

    Sm0kyBlue Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 8, 2013
    It is a good one to play with, curious.. what did you sub? :laugh:
     
  18. Miscreant

    Miscreant Full Member

    Sep 29, 2013
    Greenville SC USA
    The horchata and vanilla custard(both of mine are Capellas).........I did read where you said that diff vendors flavors appeal to diff people....but I always like to try mixes that match the OP`s recipe if possible.....I haven`t gotten around to individually taste testing my flavors yet......so subs are an iffy propostion
     
  19. Sm0kyBlue

    Sm0kyBlue Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 8, 2013
    The way I see it.. I might have one recipe that states like:

    5% honey
    5% nut
    1% vanillin

    and I might use this as what I call a "firm" recipe, with set vendor companies.. or.. I might tinker with not only the other flavor companies, but other percentages, too.. even adding and subtracking ingredients, and additives.. think I might have for one particular recipe.. over 30 versions.. all sitting around and waiting for me to figure out exactly what kind of taste I want.. but yes, what I might like, and what you might like can be different.. the fun of diy is that you get to find that special point to where you are happy. It makes a difference between someone else's ideas, and mine :p

    I can say it's rather an expensive hobby to make your taste buds happy, but it is so worth it! :laugh:
     
  20. john333

    john333 Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Mar 20, 2011
    Indiana
    Mixed a 15ml batch. I had to do some subbing. Didn't have Cognac Tobacco so used some Hangsen Cigar instead. My logic was what better to go with a brandy then a good cigar. Since I subbed that thought I should increase the Brandy from 2% to 2.5%. It ended up looking like this:

    Nicotine 18mg
    PG 60%
    VG 40%
    Cap Vanilla Custard 8%
    HS Cigar 4%
    FA Brandy 2.5%
    TFA Horchata 2%
    TFA Brown Sugar 1%

    It's in the ultrasonic and will post my thoughts when I get the chance to try it. Thanks SB, it sure does smell good already.
     
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