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This is a profile I adore. Banana, biscuit, butterscotch.. whats not to love?
My partner is a baker and she made me the most amazing personalized banoffee pie with extra extra bass bass, biscuit base, buttery biscuit base.
It was phenomenal, and the way she used lots of fresh cream with the banana sooo perfectly.
I wanted this pie to live on in my memory forever.. or.. my RDA.
Its a banoffee guys, nothing ground breaking, but its lovely if I do say so myself, and nicely balanced with the banana and cream being upfront and the biscuit making its appearance on the exhale.
Wonder Flavours cream filling is absolutely perfect for this mix, such a brilliant cream!
Even at 3 percent Butterscotch ripple really sits back and just compliments the other flavours on the main stage, and WF Flapper Pie adds an overall pie "vibe"" to the mix tying everything together and giving it more context.
I find the use of Winder Flavours makes the mix very sweet so I skip on sweetener in the recipe, but if you want it extra sweet maybe add no more than a 1/4 percent or it will become very cloying.
The VTA Banana custard is great, and much much better after a 3-4 day steep, but you can shake and vape this for the most part.
Also another note of VTA Banana custard is that if you add sweetener to it it tends to stay artificial for longer in my experience, but without it feels more like a natural banana sits nicely atop bit of aul pie!
This being my first ATF recipe, unfortunately not my first public recipe as i posted some of my first mixes that steeped in to a vinegar.. but mixing is making more sense to me now with practice and better flavours in my stash.
Citadel RDA with a single Flat 22 guage Ni80 clapton [outside being 38 guage] 0.28 ohms at 70 to 80 watts.
A dark tobacco with thick and bright currant.
FLV Native for the base tobacco.
FLV Tatanka for darker RY4-ish notes.
FLV Arabian for a deep tobacco and helping bolster the dark berry.
FA Black Currant for a brighter version of the fruit.
FLV Boysenberry to twist the black currant into more of a jam.
OOO Marshmallow Vanilla for some top notes and thickness.
JF Biscuit because I fuggin’ like it here.
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This is from a request on a FB Group, they wanted a Coconut Milkshake with Caramel and Wafer. After vaping through 400ml since batch mixing a few different versions I thought I better release it as I have enjoyed it so much.
This is a dairy based milkshake just like I used to have as a child, a generous amount of Ice Crean blended into a pint of whole fat milk.
The milkshake base appears throughout with the caramel leaving a sticky and sweet mouthfeel with pleasant coconut accents and the wafer appearing right at the end of the vape.
The Milkshake base consists of LB Ice Cream for the ice cream part, a good ice cream on it's own but does nornally need a boost with another if using as an Ice Cream as this was to thicken and add more dairy to a milkshake this is fine on it's own here. After trying different %'s they were either too much ice cream or not enough to thicken 3.5% is the magic number just enough dairy boost and thickening without going into ice cream.
FA Milk at 1.5% gives us that creamy yet unmistakable full fat whole milk taste, higher than this makes it too thin and lower doesn't give the right consistency.
WF Coconut custard used here for the wonderful soft and silky coconut (no suntan lotion) as well as the thickening from the Custard part, this adds to the dairy and gives you a pleasing thick milkshake
FA Caramel was my first choice as a sweet and slightly sticky caramel 0.75% is enough without making it sickly however it was missing depth this is where WF Caramel Butter comes in.
WF Caramel butter combined with the FA gives this a lightly buttery sticky and syrupy caramel exactly like you'd get from a a fresh caramel.
WF Crispy wafer gives you the actual ice cream wafer slightly dark with a pleasing wafer taste and texture, taken up to 2.5% as any lower and it just disappears into the mix the texture is then boosted with JF Biscuit at 0.75% to ensure that this doesn't fade out.
Finally dessicated coconut is used to boost the coconut notes, this was chosen as it is a dry shredded coconut, this ensures that it doesn't sink into the mix too much like a creamy coconut
This recipe took a fair amount of tinkering to get right! I wanted the experience to be super creamy,nutty (ish) and for that waffle cone to come through at the end....mission accomplished! 💯 give this one a mix and please be so kind to leave your review and rating for others to see. Hope you enjoy this one as much as myself. Take care and stay safe guys.
First thing I have to say is the CAP Meringue is actually CAP SILVERLINE Meringue but it’s not a flavor that is saved on this site?I was just mixing this up off the top of my head and found that I had a monster ADV on my hands now please take into account I’m new to mixing and only have about 5-6 months under my belt at the date of this recipe but I love to experiment and this mix is one of my best so far and I can promise it won’t disappoint. Not a lot of yogurt actual flavor but it makes a great backup for the Meringue and I feel like everything is working in harmony to make a very delicious lemon meringue pie and or yogurt. Thank you
I’m not going for authentic, I’m going for tasty... and this is pretty dang tasty. I vape a lot of cereals and I’m almost never “finished” with something. This is finished.. finally.
Biscuit, c27, Cinnamon Crunch, Cinnamon Sugar- This is the cereal base, doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see what’s going on here. The biscuit may seem high, but it works.
Cream (milky), Cream Fresh, Ice Cream Vanilla- Pretty good dairy notes in here while still maintaining an overall sweetness, this base works pretty well with any cereals tbh.
Meringue- I never use Meringue this high, especially to just add sweetness, but that baked crisp note that comes from it when used this high works pretty well with everything else.
All in all, it’s just sort of one of those situations where all the flavors just play so well with each other and create something that’s just... complete. I’m sure you could tone down everything in this recipe and end up with something good but it’s really freaking good like this. Cereally, try it.