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This is our version of a Caramel Banana Cream Pie. If you want a bit more bakery note, you can increase the INW Biscuit to 0.75%. Full Development Notes at https://youtu.be/myTPFJdWxAE .
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Butterscotch Banana Cream Pie with roasted pecan bits and a thin crunchy cereal crust.
WF Butterscotch Cream Pie is a good sweet butterscotch cream filling with a slight bakery note so i accented it with cerral 27 to make a thin crunchy crust.
TPA Banana cream is one of my favourites but is not super creamy so i added TPA Whipped Cream also blends every flavouring together.
And for the pecan bits nothing better than FW Butter Pecan, adds a good roasted pecan top note, and a nice bit of butter that does really nicely for the cake profile.
Version 2 of my Serendipity custard. I omitted TPA vanilla custard and replaced it with FA custard premium. Omitted TPA vanilla swirl and replaced it with shisha vanilla by INW. Golden butter has been increased by half a percent, hazelnut by FW remains the same and the marshmallow and whipped cream stick around for the smoothness and full mouth feel. I added super sweet to make for a rich and decadent approach to a custard.
This new version has left me enamored more-so than the original. The original is tasty, but this one tends to keep me coming back for more far more often. It’s rich, creamy, smooth and delicious. Enjoy!
Y'all love banana custards.
How about a legit banana cream pie??
For the base of this Pie i wanted a Graham Cracker pie crust. WF Flapper Pie makes a great base for a custard pie, at 3% it adds to the crust, custard filling and whipped topping. FW graham cracker at 3% keeps it present but not overtly so, and is an amazingly perfect graham cracker note. TPA cheesecake (graham crust) at 1.5% to fill blend the crust and custard. Tpa brown sugar at .5% was used as well to darken and sweeten the crust!
For the Banana Custard layer i went with what i had. CAP Banana has a really good artificial banana flavor and used low at 1% along with TFA Banana Cream at 3%, it makes what i think of when i think "banana pudding" as far as the banana taste goes. Artificial. FLV Vanilla Pudding at 1.5% and FA Custard Premium at 1.5% round out the filling very nicely.
FA Marshmallow Vanilla at .75% along with TPA Whipped Cream at 2% both help add to the whipped topping as well as the custard inside.
I vaped this off the shake with (1.5 cap banana 2.5 tpa banana cream) and the banana was a little sharp. Readjusted and this is vapeable after a day but gove it time and it will only bloom.
I added .75% FLV sweetener (sucralose) to this, you can add sweetener to your own descretion!
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Here it is: my ADV purple vape. I really enjoyed the original recipe that inspired this recipe, or alteration of the original you could say. However, I needed something more personally. Without venturing too far and abandoning the intrinsically wonderful grape qualities of the original, I only tweaked it to give myself a wonderfully satisfying grape candy offering.
I added the Fuji at the recommendation of the creator to up the refreshing aspect of the recipe. I added marshmallow and whipped cream in minute amounts for mouth feel and smoothness and hard candy to drive home the candy aspect of the overall grape profile. Sweetener is simply used to further accentuate the candy properties, but it is used sparingly to the point that it doesn’t make the recipe cloying. Not to mention, your coils will thank you later.
I hope you enjoy this as much as I do. All credit and thanks to the original creator, RockyHarlow, for inspiring this.
[Update 7/15/2019] Added 0.5% FW Sweetener (or the sweetener of your choice at the comparable percentages). I found that as the original recipe aged it got harsher, and the sweetener seems to stabilize that a bit - I'm still testing)
Here is my take on one of my favorites the Black Forest Cake. If you are a lover of cherries and chocolate cake and have had a Black Forest Cake I'm sure you know what I mean. Unfortunately chocolate and cherry flavorings are difficult to mix with. Regardless this is my attempt at replicating this delicious cake.
The chocolate cake is a combination of JF Yellow Cake, HS Australian Chocolate, LB Lava Cake, and FLV Chocolate Deutsch. I tried to strike a balance between the different chocolate flavorings to minimize the off notes and accentuate the good notes - regardless chocolate flavors are very polarizing in the vape community and I'm sure to some it will not be agreeable to their senses.
To me INW Cherries, at low percentages, is fairly authentic with minimal cough syrup notes, but at those low percentages it was not enough to overcome the cake flavor. I decided to add INW Marzipan which increased the Cherry flavoring adding a sugary depth to the Cherry note. One thing I want to try is to get my hands on TFA Cherry Extract to see how that plays, but I had a difficult time finding it so I went with what I had.
Lastly is the heavy whipped cream which I used CAP Vanilla Custard and TFA Whipped Cream to emulate. The Vanilla Custard adds a richness to the cream note as well counteracts the dryness of the chocolate flavors. It was kept low to not elevate the Vanilla note as well as to minimize the steep time of the recipe. I added TFA Whipped Cream to further increase the creamy quality and volume to the vape. I tried adding it at higher percentages, but I found it wanted to mute some of the other flavors as it steeped.
For me the vape is a creamy chocolate initial exhale with the chocolate and cherry notes lingering on the palate with a slight tartness. Is it perfect? - no - but it is still quite good. For the most part I vape this in a single coil RTA like a KayFun V5 or the Coppervape Skyline clone with a 0.3 ohm Clapton coil running around 36-38 watts. I have vaped this in RDAs with mixed results so you have been warned. It seems that the flavorings are best delivered at a medium vape temperature. Since I mainly vape on single coil restricted airflow RTAs this recipe scratches my itch for this flavor profile.