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7% Double RY4
3% Butterscotch (some may want to adjust this lower)
3% Pistachio
3% Vanilla Swirl
2% Bavarian Cream
2% Caramel Candy
(Use Toasted Almond instead of Pistachio for a completely different flavor)

Smell: A vanilla custard with butterscotch. Smells a lot like Big Willie's Vanilla Custard.

Taste: A very complex hybrid between a RY4 and Vanilla custard. Before steeping you may get a more pronounced cherry note from the pistachio which many people have enjoyed. As this recipe steeps the flavors meld together into a sophisticated "darker" flavor. The tobacco is very subtle and most people won't even notice it's there. The Butterscotch is well pronounced in this recipe and "custardizes" this juice further. The vanilla and cream ads great balance to the darker notes of this recipe and helps smooth and lighten the taste on the back end.

Replacing the Pistachio with Toasted Almond changes this juice by a surprising amount. The "honey oat - like" (Think Honey Nut Cheerios or Cosmic Fog's Milk and Honey) flavor really shines in this mix and some people prefer this version over the Pistachio.

Since this recipe is so flavor-fully complex I constantly find myself tweaking it and getting something new out of it. You may want to play around with it as well as you decide which flavor profiles of this mix you want more of.

Either way folks ... there you go. This is the RWhy4 derivative that I have been using as an ADV for months now. It's gained some popularity with a few people locally who can't seem to get enough of it.

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