It's ry4. Dessertified With vanilla custard & extra caramel with a nice flaky tart crust but still retains that tobacco ass end and a fairly low sweetness for a dessert tobacco. A nice change of pace for me & my 99% dessert\bakery\custard mixes.
Cap sugar cookie & inw biscuit make up the crust\tart layer.
Jf ry4x2 is cleaner than tpa. More defined tobacco end & less of a dirty caramel feel. To add that caramel back in I used WF Caramel butter and tpa Bavarian cream as it does bring a caramel note.
For custard I started & finished with WF vanilla ruyan custard. Fantastic flavor for this recipe & brings all the vanilla that's really needed. The Bavarian cream helps here as well to strengthen the body.
This is a deviation from my norm and first published recipe with any hint of tobacco. I hope you enjoy it. As of publishing I have 3 more variations steeping, but based on other testing, this is 90% sure where it will end up. I hate to update recipes, so it will have to be a considerable difference to make me change it. See notes below. With my current\future schedule it won't be updated until at least April if it does change at all.
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Notes: After making quite a few different versions, this is by far the closest I got to my goal. Sometimes the first is the best.
Simply bumping %s in other areas throws the crust or tobacco out of balance or hides one too much. I really wanted this to have a more noticeable tobacco note & jf at 3% with the vanilla ruyan is perfect. Also this covers up any coconut I get from biscuit and leaves the nice flaky part.
Versions currently steeping may contain: added vanillin, added fa custard premium with a reduction to WF vanilla ruyan, swapping out the jf ry4 for hs ry4, added AP.
|(WF)||Vanilla Ruyan Custard|
|Total flavoring: 14.3% Steep Days: 14 Best VG: 65% Temperature: 420|
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