What’s going on here? Honeysuckle in a Sundae? How does that work? Well, pretty well as it goes. It might sound odd, but years ago when I was a tiny little piggy, we had a huge honeysuckle bush in our front garden and I learned from the older kids in the street how to pinch off the flower and suck the ‘nectar’ from the base, and it was gooood and sweet! That poor bush didn’t really stand a chance against us, we were a bunch of gannets and stripped that shrub like locusts on a corn-on-the-cob, but I digress…
The honeysuckle isn’t the star of the show here though – it’s playing second fiddle to the unique and sometimes overlooked passionfruit. The not so humble passionfruit’s ‘Achilles’ Heel’ is that it is a bit of a pain to eat as a fruit (it’s all seeds, the same as a pomegranate, too much scooping for too little pay off), but when that distinctive sweet and tart flavour is brought to the fore in the format of a condensed puree, it shines like a beacon of sweet, almost-citric-but-not-quite, refined mouth joy, eclipsing lesser fruits with a tangy ease
These two unlikely but very well paired bedfellows are dumped in a glass with cream and more (almost malty) sweet ice cream and left to melt a little bit and there you have it. Not your average Sundae but very delicious, and one you’re unlikely to forget
How many nic shots do I need?
|60ml shortfill||1 nic shot||2 nic shots|
|120ml shortfill||2 nic shots||4 nic shots|
And if you have your own nicotine shots and would rather use those, just select ‘Zero’ from the drop down (but be sure to select the required ‘Target nic %’ option so your order will have the correct amount of space per bottle to add your own shots)
30ml bottles are all Zero Nic
Recommended steep time: good to to right away!
What is Steeping..?
Daddy Pig Smoke Juice mixes these for you fresh and while we do everything possible to make sure they are ready to go when you receive them, some flavours take a little longer to get to their best. If you can be patient with it, it’ll be at it’s best for you in a few days (I know, I hate waiting too, but it’s worth the wait!)