Flavor Profile: bakery candy dessert nut
Used in 1087 recipes at an average of 2.446%.
On the inahle you get the sweet waffle dough and banana and on the exhale you get the sweet dark syrup notes that tend to linger with the pecans . The percentage is high in this mix as OOO waffle and SA banana flambe need are not super concentrates and need to be high to come through and contrast the sweet syrup notes
WAFFLE is a slightly toasted sweet dough waffle base no real dark notes, or syrup notes. it needs some support so SUGAR CONE is added for some of the darker notes
BANANA FLAMBE and BANANA NUT BREAD provides a nice sweet banana note which support that warmed sweet banana note this mix needs.
BUTTER PECAN adds the dark rich nuttiness and butter that this mix needed
MAPLE, GOLDEN SYRUP work to create a really nice maple syrup . Maple up around 2% can be gritty so the golden syrup helps in this situation
SUBS: LB waffle is a great sub for the waffle base if added you can remove the sugar cone and brown sugar
Mixed for mixi in the kitchen Maple episode #40 maple https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpzG9vsIgaCUzHVrUMHiV_g
I've been working on this recipe since first trying TFA Banana Nut Bread awhile back and I finally have something that I enjoy quite a bit and I feel others will as well.
TFA Banana Nut Bread/WF Banana Puree - The base of this recipe is obviously the TFA BNB but I wanted to boost the banana flavor so I originally started out with TFA Banana Ripe but there was a weird off-note and I just really didn't like that banana flavor at all. After getting some advice from others I settled on WF Banana Puree as a replacement which is worlds better than Banana Ripe.
INW Custard/LA Cream Cheese Icing - My early attempts at this recipe were sort of dead/bland on the exhale and it was really annoying me. During this time I experienced INW Custard for the first time in Mr Burgundy's St Louie Butter Cake recipe, which also included the CCI though I had used it before, and I knew right away that this is what I needed in my Banana Nut recipe. The combination of these two flavors add a nice richness with some nice mouthfeel and a buttery sweet banana exhale that is very pleasing. This really boosts the overall vape experience and I'm very happy with it.
FW Butter Pecan - I chose to add this to help accent the nut flavor in the Banana Nut Bread. It's very subtle but you definitely get the hints of Pecan flavor throughout the vape experience.
CAP Super Sweet - This was just added for a touch more sweetness. It's such a small quantity that it can be left out if you choose but I wanted that little extra touch of sweetness so I included it in the recipe.
This is actually quite good as a SNV but it really needs a good week for the Custard and CCI to work their magic.
Made for the Fantasy series with Jen Jarvis on Flavor Pro.
Here is a deductible and Moorish recipe I created based around a real life recipe I saw online.
I begin with the rich dense cake bringing the FLV Pound Cake & FLV Caramel together to create a lovely platform to work from.
I added a kiss of FLV Smoked Butterscotch to get that baked on the tray back note.
To get that little bit of almost crunchy nut feel of sweetness I combine the VT Honeycomb, FW Butter Pecan which are pair that seem to work very well.
To provide the all important glaze & marmalade drizzle over the top of this profile the VT Golden Syrup & VT Orange Marmalade seemingly works like a charm here. The jelly mouthfeel of that marmalade and sweet yet glossy Golden Syrup seem to also work well with all the other ingredients to help make this fantasy seem real! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did creating it. Let me know what you think and regardless keep mixing & have fun doing it!!!
Whipped toffee-pecan cream with biscuit sprinkle.
Toffee and Butter Pecan were made for each other and this tasty number shows why.
FLV Toffee is my favourite from Flavorah's dessert line. It's a sweet buttermilk toffee that sits where you want it in a recipe. 1% FLV Toffee is complemented with caramely nutty butter notes from 1.5% FW Butter Pecan.
2% VT Toffee ice cream has a pleasant toffee taste and is quite buttery but lacks body, hence the inclusion of 1.5% CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream, which thickens as well as blends everything.
0.75% JF Biscuit adds a slight biscuit accent you get on the exhale.
0.35% FW Sweetener because it's a dessert.
This recipe manages to be sweet and moreish yet is not too rich so is certainly ADV material. It's a nice "comfort vape" to get you through those dark wintery nights.
Enjoy. P. G.
Live mixed on Mixlife 10/24 developed on stream!
Our bakery base starts with FW Butter Rum and FA Apple Pie, adding a bit of grain from FW Hazelnut TPA Graham Cracker Clear.
A solid punch of bourbon with TPA Kentucky Bourbon at 2.5% ensures it will stand out after a steep.
A bit of extra sweetness from FW Butter Pecan.
A splash of VT Vanilla Buttercream Frosting to finish it off!
County Fair, bourbon glazed pecans.
Bourbon Block. Like I stated before, I've been really enjoying the combination of TFA Kentucky Bourbon + FLV Bourbon. Together these guys create a deliciously rich and smokey, sweet blended bourbon flavor. It really works excellently as our glaze in combination with with our “sticky” ingredients.
Glaze Block. VT Golden Syrup + TFA Toasted Marshmallow. We all know and love the wonders of Kentucky Bourbon and Toasted Marshmallow thanks to /u/coop34 . Toasted Marshmallow helps “char” that bourbon and brings smoky sweetness to our glaze along with mouth feel. Golden Syrup makes things stickier and thicker, and also helps elevate our sweetness. It acts as a binder for our cinnamon to create those crunchy cinnamon sweet clusters we find covering our pecans.
Cinnamon Block. FLV Rich Cinnamon. If a recipe calls for cinnamon, 99% of the time I'm using this. It's an unparalleled bakery cinnamon that is sweet and potent.
Pecan Block. FW Butter Pecan. Another concentrate I consider best in class is this one. It's smooth and buttery, it almost has a warm taste. It's decadent and dense and nutty. This is what we attach all of our blocks too. Bourbon and Cinnamon to glaze, and the glaze to the pecans.
That's about it. It can be SnV'd but solidifies over about a week. In my opinion this is pretty straightforward, and reminds me of those bags of pecans you get from the little carts at your local County Fair. Enjoy!