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Pretty good off the shake. May need to work on percentages.
Probably adding some Banana Nut Bread when I find it.
Plenty of orange flavor. Banana is kinda light.
Tested with a Hadley with fused clapton at 45-50 watts.
Nice creamy body. Not harsh at all so far.
I'll be updating in a few days.
So, wow. This is as good as I thought it should be,
This is banana mango tango mixed with some fresh citrus fruits to become an ice cold manana soda.
VT Shisha Mango being a fresh and ripe mango pairs really well with HS Banana to make for an interesting tropical blend where you are not really sure if it's a banana or mango you taste. Right off the shake HS Banana will be quite candy like, but after just a day or two of steeping it becomes much more realistic and in line with the mango.
FLV Citrus Soda & CAP Lemon Lime is my go-to fizz combo and together with the cooling from WS-23 it's really refreshing to vape. FLV Citrus Soda brings those sharp citrus notes to give that fizzy feel, and CAP Lemon Lime adds another dimension of citrus with those sweet tart lemon lime notes.
Seeing as the mango and banana both are sweet and relatively "bold" in their texture, they pair beautifully with the fresh citrus notes and together with the cooling it makes for a very refreshing vape.
Unfortunately we don't have PUR Banana available anywhere in EU, but what I have read and heard about it, I can see it being a possible sub for HS Banana.
Personally I wouldn't recommend adding any sweetener to this, as I think it removes the freshness of the citrus notes in this recipe.
Banana cigar with a hint of vanilla. What's in a while I get sick of Sweet bakery in custard Vapes. Tank or two of this clears my palate right back with the sweet stuff. This is in my opinion is a really good cigar vape. With fresh banana and a small hint of vanilla he might just forget your vaping a tobacco.
This is a Dominican recipe, and it smells terrible, but tastes good. It has that marvelous funk that is found in some tropical fruits, but none of the ingredients really stand out. If you don't like the funk, this recipe is not for you. I love that tropical funk and ended up going through my entire 15ml tester in one day. This might be interesting combined with a sweet cream, or condensed milk as is used in the original recipe.
The base of the recipe is the yam, but it is not a dominate flavor.
The top notes are provided by the fruits.
I chose the HS banana because I wanted a green banana to mimic the plantain in the original recipe, rather than a candy banana flavor.
The guava gives that tropical funk.
I wanted cinnamon, but wanted to keep it in the background, so I used CAP cinnamon sugar.
Tropical recipes frequently use sugar cane syrup as a sweetener, so I used VT sugar cane to add additional sweetness.
Here is the original recipe:
I have experimented with this at different wattage, and it seems best around 20 watts in a MTL device, much to my surprise.
Mixed Live on SaturDIY'ing with Fresh & Friends.
Set out to make a Phillies/White Owl Banana Blunt. This is not that. After version 1 came out tasting like eating a banana marshmallow in a tobacco shop, I whipped up this remix with help from Fresh and his chat. It came out too good for a bottom shelf blunt. This is a top-shelf banana cigar. It's the Banana Abuela.
Edit: Additional notes posted on Reddit here: https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/awdipl/march_2019_recipe_thread/ei5wbe9/
This is a fried banana pudding, and is in no way supposed to be a 1 to 1 clone of Bad Drips Ugly Butter.
FLV Vanilla Pudding: use this as the “pudding base”
VT Pudding Base: does really have any pudding note but it does have some great bakery notes that pair well with FLV Pudding & the Fried Dough.
WF Deep Fried Pastry Dough: despite how much i hated this flavor when i single flavor tested it. It works well to add a fried taste to this mix.
HS Banana: brings a great authentic banana to the mix.
VT Banana Custard: really doesn’t taste like a Banana Custard, but more like a creamy banana.
FLV Rich Cinnamon: brings an excellent bakery style cinnamon for this recipe.
Needs 10-14 day steep. Please rate and review if you mix.
Eating an end of summer blue raspberry popsicle made me want to do some research on the flavor. None of the blue raspberry recipes or concentrates I've tried quite nail that fully saturated blue raspberry flavor.
I read all of the usual articles out there that give the history of the blue color after FD&C Red No. 2 was found to be carcinogenic. These articles also told the story of the rubus leucodermis, more commonly known as the "whitebark raspberry" or "blue raspberry". None of the articles actually delved deep enough to mention the actual aromas/flavors used in popsicle/candy making that make up the profile.....but one.
I spent some time balancing this and eating popsicles to try and get it right. I hope you all enjoy it. I got some serious brain freeze just for you.
The flavors I've used here are generally what the candy industry uses to concoct a blue raspberry. Pineapple, banana and cherry.
I chose INW Pineapple and CAP Golden Pineapple because it gives what I feel is a nice sweet balanced pineapple to build upon.
For the banana I knew I wanted something that was a good banana that would fit in the mix and work well with the other fruits. I arrived at HS after the other few bananas I tried stuck out like a runty whore in church.
INW Cherries was a no brainer. It's my favorite cherry and doesn't bring a bunch of medicinal baggage to try and mask. The problem I had was keeping it low enough so that it blended in like a sniper in a ghillie suit. My first few batches were very cherry forward and it stepped all over the pineapple/banana instead of working with it.
FA Oba Oba and CAP Hibiscus bring the sticky syrupy sweetness to the party.
You can add your preferred amount of whatever coolant you want if that's your thing. I left it out when developing the recipe so I could taste what was going on. WS-23 gives me heartburn much over 0.75% but would be my choice here.
Thanks goes to Concrete River, Shyndo, and Graham for reviewing my recipe! I appreciate all the compliments & constructive feedback on Mixin Vixens Ep.5. I will start by dropping the JF Yellow Cake by 1/3 to equal 2%. I will also try some other variants; like the addition of Chocolate. (_)
A light, sweet and soft banana chiffon cake topped with macadamia nuts and nutty bakery styled tobaccos.The tobacco flavors contained in this recipe are "non-tobacco tobaccy" flavors. To me they are rich bakery accents - sweet, nutty, hints of vanilla; with little to no discernible ash, dry leaf, woody or leather flavors. This is a mellow, soft nutty bakery recipe made for the newbie tobacco enthusiasts in mind. I hope you enjoy it.
INW's nutty, biscuit like 555 Gold tobacco flavor combines with VTA's creamy and rich Macadamia Nut to create a flavorful roasted nut at the top; accented by Sweet Tobacco (PUR) - a sweet, nutty, bakery like non-tobacco tobaccy flavor.
JF's Yellow Cake combined with Banana (Hangsen) Ripe Banana (FR), & Banana Sweet Cream (OOO) create a light, sweet, smooth and fluffy banana chiffon cake at the base.
Recipe Illustration by Leilani H. 2018
♥️ Created for #MixinVixens - Mixin Vixens Ep.4 (YouTube)
This is a remix of Banana Milk with ID10-T's Holy Trinity of Strawberry added. Banana Milk is my favorite banana cream recipe, so I thought it would make the best base. This is based off of a version of Banana Milk I tweaked a little. I have a bit of an issue with both TPA Banana Cream and LA Banana Cream when used alone...they're very much a candy banana flavor to me, and remind me of Runts. I usually use a combo of FA Banana and HS Banana to get what I feel like is a more realistic banana flavor. I tried it with just HS/FA Banana, but I felt like it went too far the other direction. So I ended up compromising by using a mix of the original Banana Cream flavors from the recipe and the more realistic bananas. I also removed the sweetener from the original recipe, which I felt wasn't necessarily. The resulting Banana Milk base was a bit less sweet and more realistic version, but I still felt like it kept the nice creamy flavor from the original.
While i liked this version of banana milk, I didn't feel like I could ADV it. So I decided to try adding some strawberry flavor to it. I'm a fan of ID10-T's "holy trinity" of strawberries, because I find that it doesn't suffer from the vaper's tongue I always get when I use TPA Strawberry/Ripe Strawberry. However, my banana milk already had over 15% in flavorings, and there really wasn't room for more ingredients. I decided to try something I'd thought about a few times before: I took the entire recipe, and scaled down all of the percentages using an Excel spreadsheet to bring the total closer to 10% before adding the strawberry. This step is the reason for the odd percentages in the recipe. Then it was just a matter of getting the best ratio of strawberry to banana milk base.
I'm really pleased with the end result. A creamy banana milkshake topped with sweet strawberries. I ADV this during the summer time. I know it's a lot of ingredients, but I wouldn't recommend subs.