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Straight up delicious banana pudding with a forward banana note and cookie finish.
I’ve never enjoyed TPA Banana Cream so LA proved to be the right choice with ripe banana. It, in conjunction with the custard and Catalan cream makes for a velvety smooth cream base. Vanilla bourbon amps things up a bit to further enhance the flavor value of the pudding feel of the vape while marshmallow creates a solid and impactful body/mouthfeel.
Cookie and biscuit make for a delightful cookie note even if the percentages are small. They're not overpowered by the banana at all and provide their own intricacies to the recipe to make it come off as a pudding with wafers sitting on top.
Sweetener is optional and up to the individual mixer. I use .50% here because it makes it all the more scrumptious. Enjoy!
So... here is the very first recipe I created on this site. The profile is an Iced Blueberry Lavender Tea Latte. It has taken A LOT of development to get to this final product, but I am finally satisfied with it. Mix and enjoy!
Blueberry Wild (TPA): The perfect blueberry to pair with lavender. It is an earthy, floral and dry blueberry. At 3% it accentuates the lavender very effectively and adds a more subtle natural blueberry.
Condensed Milk (PUR): After using Cream Fresh (FA) for all previous batches I found it worked but gave it a pretty noticable milk funk. So I finally decided to try Condensed Milk (PUR) and it was a perfect fit. Had all the notes Cream Fresh (FA) has without the funk. Perfect.
Lavender (FA): Probably the best lavender on the market. Very natural. Definitely the right choice for this profile.
Marshmallow (FA): Been with this recipe since the beginning. Not sure why, but the authentic marshmallow root flavor works so well with the lavender. Also adds some thickness.
Milk & Honey (FLV): I really don't know why I didn't think to use this cream sooner. It really gives it that latte heated milk taste. The honey adds plenty of sweetness and a nice floral note. The milk is authentic with no funk. Just perfect.
Peppermint (TPA): Gives this recipe the herbal tea note and also adds a nice iced quality. This flavor can be pretty powerful so keeping it lower is key.
Vanilla Swirl (TPA): Used to compliment the creams and add a vanilla accent to the recipe.
The classic Brazilian Guava Mousse recipe.
It's different than a bonafide french mousse, but it's certainly delicious.
I use FW Yogurt and CAP Italian Lemon Sicily to bring the smooth tartness that this recipe needs.
CAP Sweet Cream + FA Meringue + Creamy Yogurt are the creamy notes. You can replace CAP Sweet Cream for 1.5% of CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream for a sweeter vape.
FA Marshmallow brings more texture to the mix, making the vapor chewy.
After giving it a good shake, sit it in a warm bath for 30 minutes and it's good to go.
Yet Another Peaches & Cream.
I'm a huge peach lover and lately I've been doing a lot of peach mixes, a LOT!! Most P&C recipes out there I've tried are either cream forward, lacking in flavour, or harsh when the peach is pushed too high, that's not the case here. Don't let the percentages fool you this recipe is full of flavour. Given the use of vienna cream, this mix really needs to steep for about 10 days to let everything settle in and reach it's full potential.
1:2 FA White Peach and CAP Yellow Peach is a great peach combo with a full bodied flavour that really hits the spot.
1:1 FA Vienna Cream and Marshmallow is a light cream base that helps lift up the peach and give it more body.
Tested at 70/30 on a single fused clapton 3x28gN80/38gN80 - 6 wrap - 0.35ohms - 45W
After walking around a fair,I bought a bar of Nougat and thought I must make a mix that tasted like this,full of nuts and fruit and lovely and sweet.
I bought both FA Torrone and INW Nougat but never tried the INW as the mix cam out well with the Torrone.
It's kind of an open recipe and nuts and fruit are your choice,I went with FW Hazelnut and FA Almond as I use these two a lot anyway and I only used Raspberry sweet as again like the torrone it seemed to work well without messing around anymore.
I like to vape with RTA's at around 45 watts and this seemed to work well there with twin Clapton coils @ 0.20 in a Dead Rabbit RTA
I also like to use all VG except whats in the flavorings,so as VG is sweet I felt no need and rarely use sweeteners.
You can shake and vape,but better after around 3-5 days
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.
This started out as a attempt to clone Breakfast at Teleos Crunch, but honestly I always preferred Yeti Vapes Crunchy Black. So I guess this was really trying to find a middle ground between the two juices.
This is better than both!
Berry crunch is the main note obviously. I added the new TFA sweet cereal flakes to try and add some supporting cereal notes. And the combo works quite we'll together.
TFA Bavarian cream, CAP vanilla custard, FW yogurt make up the creamy milk. FLV marshmallow vanilla (because who doesn't like some vanilla) and marshmallow support said milk. I don't feel this combo adds any "fluff". I like FA marshmallow in cereal vapes because to me it tastes like the dry powdered outside part of a marshmallow.
This is not a shake and vape recipe. The first few days you cannot taste the berries in the crunch berries. But you do get the harsh scratchy crunchy pieces of cereal that tears up the roof of your mouth when eating the actual food. After 4 to 5 days the berry comes through, the cream takes shape and smoothes everything out and is delicious.
Easy to mix, hard to define.
Actually it's not that hard to define, I just thought that sounded cool. The taste is very similar to a licorice ice cream, but with a bit thicker mouthfeel. Personally I think this can be shake and vaped. The vanilla note is a bit more prominent the first few days, but as always with custards they start to shine after a bit of a steep.
FA Black Touch it a great licorice flavor that is very much like Scandinavian licorice candy.
FA Custard Premium is not available in the US AFAIK, but you guys don't seem to like black licorice either so I guess thats fine. Here's a couple of European sites that sell it:
UK - https://chefsflavours.co.uk/custard-prem-flavourart/
Denmark - https://dindamp.dk/en/flavourart-aroma/1283-2622-flavourart-premium-custard-aroma-originalemallage.html
This is very much a work in progress, but I wanted to share it anyway because I enjoy it a lot, and I think it's a bit unique. I think a lot of Northern Europeans are going to like this. Feedback is very much apriciated! Keep mixing wierd stuff all you beautiful folks out there <3