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Deep fried banana slices, butterscotch and graham cracker.
This recipe is inspired by one of my friends favourite eliquid which is Fryd Bananas.
I wanted to create one myself and not remixing the original but being close to the profile.
Deep Fried Banana Slices :
WF Deep Fried plantain is a semi cooked banana flavour with brown sugar and some spice but is a quite weak on the banana flavour and needs some more additions to be great.
But one thing i like is that after 2 weeks steep has some fried and bready tasting that is really accurate to the profile.
So to complete the Banana i added :
TPA Banana Cream as its my favourite and also adds a good amount of creamy banana sweetness.
And FA Banó to give more "freshness" to the banana mix as it is a greener kind of banana.
With this 3 we have our Sweet Banana Slices cooked in brown sugar. A bit raw a bit cooked, makes the banana closer to the real thing.
FW Butterscotch Ripple: is my go to as its creamy, easy to use.. was obvious for me to choose this one.
The original FRYED on its description says : " buttery cream" but i prefered to use CAP Golden Butter to create that Deep Fried Buttery Banana.
The spice on WF DFPlantain is a bit non descript so to make it better the profile called for FLV Rich Cinnamon which is awsame, sweet , warm, strong .. its perfect.
FW Graham Cracker: Bananas get better with graham cracker specially on the exhale, it just makes them better, and here has a double duty, making bananas better and suporting the fried, bready texture as well as giving a nice graham cracker after taste.
Yo can SNV it as its pretty tasty but its better when rich cinnamon calms down a bit after 3 days and waaay better after 10 days.
I won't consider this to be a completed endeavor for quite sometime... There are so many different ways to play with this idea... Heavy on the banana, heafy on the raspberry? Light banana, with a touch of shisha strawberry for a syrupy feel to the raspberry?? I don't know.... I need your help. This one is going completely public use. Who cares if some sh***y company decides to rip it, they would either way.
Let me know what you do with this. Let me know if you hate this, love this, or sold this recipe to a candy shoppe for a fat check. :) I hope you all get something from it.
Back when I was a young lad, my parents and i took many trips up to the pocono mountains. There we would have a cabin with a small grill out front. The hotdogs and burgers were good but i looked forward mostly to dessert. This tradition continued when i started hosting bbqs. These are a hit along with my grilled pineapples with brown sugar.
So u take a banana put a nice split in it, fill the inside with chocolate and marshmallow. Wrap in tin foil and set it on the grill and wait for the magic to happen.
Chocolate is a PITA to get even close to as satisfying as IRL. Bf chocolate truffle plus fa fresh cream to get some more milkyness is there.
I used these 2 bananas and even tho they are similar in build i find mixing the 2 of them together is alot better then some of the off notes when taking either one too high on its own.
Kentucky bourbon just a bit to give that banana some more warmth and taste "cooked".
This marshmallow combo is pretty legit. Toasted marsh is not a new flavor but when mixed with PuR marsh it just takes it to a new level. Get that pur marsh it has become my fav one it is very accurate to a real marshmallow with that powdery puffed taste.
Shoutout Id10-T he tried v1 via mixersclub and gave some nice recommendations to add to this mix. THANKS AGAIN DAVE!
This is a straight forward Banana Cream dessert with whipped cream dolloped on top, then covered with a caramel sauce and sprinkled with toasted almonds. It's well balanced and addicting!
The custard helps build the body up and give the banana a pudding style flavor as well as keep the caramel on the top. Then you'll get a light whipped cream accented with a hint of toasted almond on the tail end of the exhale. The super sweet can be bumped to .5% if you like it a little sweeter.
Custard Apples are the "IN" thing lately. So, if you haven't yet, it's time to jump aboard. While I never was able to get my hands on a guanabana, I did manage to find a cherimoya. Oh my! These things are absolutely delicious! There is some serious complexity to this amazing fruit. I get a mix of apple, pineapple, mango and banana mashed together with a very creamy coconut. Between the price and the scarceness of the custard apples in my area, there really was only one option. Make it a vape! That shouldn't be hard, I thought. INW makes cherimoya. Not so fast......
INW Cherimoya - I have to say INW didn't do a bad job at all but still found it to be missing some depth. I get the pineapple and apple up front. With a smooth creaminess on the exhale. I kind of pick up a acidic mango but not much at all.
FA Coconut - While I wouldn't call this the best offering (FLV still holds the crown,imo), it's definitely a suitable replacement. It's fresh, creamy and fits into the cherimoya perfectly.
FA Banana - Like a lot of FA fruits, this is a realistic tasting banana. I found out the hard way, it can be a temperamental flavor. If taken too high, can lean towards an artificial taste with some chemically thing happening. If used too low, it seems to just get lost in the mix. After many failed tries, I finally got it to do what I wanted. It's not too forward and plays nicely with the coconut.
More on Cherimoya - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherimoya
Conclusion - I feel this is a really good representation of the actual fruit and I'm happy with the results. If you never have had a custard apple,I'm confident you'll want to run out and buy a few, after tasting this. This is a good S&V but loses a little of the acidity after the first day. Enjoy!!
A tobacco take on Bananas Foster.
Bananas Foster is a traditional New Orleans dessert made from bananas and vanilla ice cream, with a sauce made from butter, brown sugar, cream, cinnamon, dark rum, and banana liqueur. The butter, sugar, cream, pinch of cinnamon, and bananas are cooked, and then alcohol is added and ignited. The bananas and sauce are then served over the ice cream.
FA Soho's warm, soft, caramel flavor fills out much of the caramelized brown sugar sauce, while its light tobacco notes replace the traditional cinnamon spice and put the "dirty" in Dirty Foster. TFA Banana Cream is pushed about as far as it can go here without starting to push back in a banana candy sort of way. It gives a nice banana flavor with creamy banana volume, but not enough real banana. FA Banana is thin and one-dimensional by itself, but boosts Banana Cream, creating a bolder, more authentic banana. TFA Vanilla Bean Ice Cream fills two roles; it gives it that buttery goodness of the rich sauce and provides the scoop of vanilla ice cream that everything is served on. JF Bavarian also does double duty, creamifying the sauce and making the otherwise solid TFA VBIC seem to start to melt under the heat of hot bananas. FA Jamaica Special's very dark, molassesy, brown sugar and rum flavor really comes to purpose here. It cooks the banana, gives us that distinctive liquor flavor that makes Bananas Foster a dessert for grownups, and finishes the sauce like a tableside flambe.