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This took a few efforts. What i thought were many "keys" to this creation ended here before publication. I'm still working on this long term, but here is my final attempt at a Peanut butter ice cream root beer float sans publication. Difficult layers to balance. I even tried all FLV lol.
Please, adapt this. Figure it out if i haven't. Cheers :*
No nonsense! No gimmicks! Just straight up peanut butter goodness!
So, this is where my soul crushing and money consuming journey of finding the best peanut butter vape took me.
Every flavor in here that's not PB is to help the profile out and make it the best it could be on it's own, without going into custard/ice cream/etc territory.
TPA DX Peanut Butter | FLV Peanut Butter:
The peanut butter base. Those are arguably the two best PBs on the market. The DX PB is the main flavor, FLV PB is here to boost it up. The only other PB I would even slightly consider is CAP's Peanut Butter V2, since it's miraculously light years ahead of the V1. Maybe a good substitute if you can't get FLV's PB.
This is in here to bolster the PB just a little bit more. Any higher percentage would kill the overall flavor, but 0.5% is just right.
TPA DX Marshmallow | TPA Marshmallow:
I know what you're thinking: Both of these in the same recipe? What heresy is this?! But hear me out: TPA's DX Marshmallow tastes nothing like the regular one, and it's great! I think it's another underrated DX flavoring and one of my favorite marshmallows. Both of these in combination are my marshmallow stone. In general, the marshmallow really helps the whole recipe out in giving some sweetness and good mouthfeel, but doesn't take away from the pure PB experience.
FW Butterscotch Ripple | FW Caramel (Salted) | FA Honey:
The salted caramel and butterscotch ripple just go great with PB. FA's Honey is really nice with caramel and creams in general. At those percentages there a not at all overpowering, but still noticeable and give some more dimension to the overall taste.
After 3 days it becomes vapeable, I wouldn't recommend trying to vape this at any earlier point. Best after 2 weeks minimum!
I hope you find as much enjoyment in this recipe as I do, it cost me a lot of tears and money to get it to this point.
Also I'm always open to suggestions on how to improve on it, don't hesitate to shoot me a message.
Have a nice vape!
The taste of the outdoors. A Smokey, peanut butterey, creamy complex vape.
.25 EM and .5 Super Sweet added to this mix.
TFA DX Peanut Butter & FLV Peanut Butter combine for a smooth, roasted peanut flavor that adds a beautiful layer to build off of. The FLV also adds to the smokiness of the overall profile.
WF Banana Puree & HS Banana add a realistic creamy banana flavor that isn’t to pungent as a top note. Soft enough to bend into the body of the vape.
TFA Vanilla Custard 2 adds richness and creaminess for the banana layer to blend into.
TFA RY4 Double & FA Tiramisu add complex accent notes. The RY4 double adds additional richness and mouthfeel and the tiramisu adds subtle dark espresso notes just enough to show themselves amoung the other flavorings.
Overall after a steep; this is a very enjoyable creamy, complex and smooth vape. Enjoy!
Feedback is greatly appreciated!
Full warm nutty pleasure for all.
I find RY4 too harsh/chemical/mothballish even steeped for ever. On the contrary, this satisfies my nutty cravings, without being too tobacco forward or custardly wrong.
INW Tobacco Tobacco Symphony is a nutty semi-tobacco (no leaf or ash), tobacco non-lovers will appreciate. Pumped up by:
- Dx Peanut Butter - the most realistic, but little bodied
- Peanut Butter - brings it out forward, not letting it fade
- INW Shisha Vanilla - the base, rounds it off giving body and a touch of sweetness.
Clear as water - will not gunk your coils, which is a great plus!
Needs little steep, 2 days to come together, but can be S&V.
This has been an adv for me for a few months now I just can’t get enough of it. Here is my breakdown of what I used and why.
Inw Biscuit: I really love the baked to golden perfect tone biscuit brings. It really helps sell my cookie , and fill in well with FA Cookie.
FA Cookie: Cookie is the other half of my cookie. I love the baked texture and flavor it adds. It really is a nicely done cookie.
TPA Peanut Butter: of course this would be in a pbj mix it’s the king if peanut butter. It isn’t super dry , and really does have a nice authentic taste. Never tastes greasy to me either.
Flv Peanut Butter: this is a added layer to tpa pb. This brings in that slight earthy note I tend to pick up from pb. It really sells it and steeps very well.
TPA Grape candy/ TPA grape juice/ INW grapes : I layered these grapes quiet a few times using them. They gave me a really bright and candied grape. I was close to hitting what I wanted, but none of them sold me on jam.
Cap Blueberry jam: that’s where the bb jam came in. I used it at such a tiny % that it didn’t add any blueberry notes, but it did step up my jam game. It played off the grapes so nice, and gave me such a nice jammy note.
Lastly I added some super sweet. I used 30 drops. I tried this mix without it, and it just needs the sweetener to bring it all together. Jam is sweet that’s why it’s so good.
I’m always working on my recipes, and trying to improve if you try this please drop a review and let me know what you think.