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Banana Fritters with Vanilla Ice-Cream like my Mother never made me.
FA Banò (banana) - I used this because it's a really nice natural banana flavour, no candy tones here. at 3% it adds a nice banana creaminess, without being overpowering.
CAP Funnel Cake - This is the main star of the recipe, at 6% it really adds that crispy, battered, deep fried flavour with a nice powdered sugar feel on the exhale. (edit: I bought this down by half....)
TPA VBIC - This does two jobs here, it adds the vanilla to the fritters, but also starts off the ice cream with the thickness and creaminess one craves.
FA Meringue - Taking a cue from Wayne Walkers (ENYAWREKLAW) Cuprian here. The Meringue adds a thickness to the ice cream, and adds buttery notes to the fritters.
TPA Marshmellow - Thanks again Wayne! Gives the recipe a nice Ice Cream mouth feel, at 1% allows the Funnel Cake to do it's thing.
CAP Bavarian Cream - Mixed at 1% gives the ice cream a nice creamy boost.
Pretty great as a shake n' Vape, but even better after 7 days steep.
I have been playing with the LA Banana Cream/INW Cactus combo for a little while now. Always craving a unique flavor profile, I decided to make a cactus-banana-pineapple smoothie.
I would give this 10 days to develop into a tasty, decadent treat.
See full notes here: https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/55d4en/october_2016_recipe_thread/d8gruy4
A few weeks ago some friends and I went out to a brazilian steak house to celebrate me winning a BJJ tournament and one thing they bring is fried banana to the table. They are incredible, sweet, creamy, buttery, but not overwhelming. I knew I had to recreate this in a vape. Super simple and super easy.
Good to SnV but better with 3 days steep.
If you don't have HS caramel you can use FLV in place, or FA. If using FA adding in .25-.5% FLV butterscotch helps creating a creamy, buttery caramel.