By: Molinberry (MB)
Used in 175 recipes at an average of 2.671%.
This is a Strawberry, Blue Raspberry, Apple smoothie, with light notes of milk, banana, and ice.
I don’t know about you guys but I’m getting a little tired of the heavy custard/desert profiles and have had a real hankering for something light,bright and a little on the fruity side. I designed this recipe with the intentions of it being a S&V and free of any extra sweetener however I did give in to temptation and add 0.25% CAP Super Sweet and found it absolutely delicious so if you do like that added sweetness then I would recommend as above,it doesn’t need it though IMO. The profile to this recipe is a banana and blueberries blending with a light coconut cream. If you enjoy this recipe and my work please be so kind to leave a short review and rating on said recipe so that other mixers can see. Happy mixing guys and gals and stay hazey 😉💙
My goal was to recreate a banana cookie with hints of honey and cinnamon that I used to eat as a child. I tried this before with no success because the banana layer just wasn't right because of missing flavors. I nailed this profile as soon as I got some more bananas in my stash.
This is good as a SNV but everything goes into place after a week.
VT Biscuit Base/FA Cookie - these two together bring a perfect crunchy buttery cookie
Bananas - At these % this blends into the cookie base perfectly to create a single unit banana cookie
FA Honey - Just enough to give the needed honey
VT Honeycomb - This helps boost the honey and bring some creaminess into the profile
CAP Cinnamon Sugar - This brings a nice cinnamon without overtaking all the other flavors
FA Vanilla Tahity - This was the chosen vanilla for the mix, it fits perfectly into the cookie and cannot be substituted for any other vanillas
CAP Super Sweet - I actually use my own sucralose dilution that is very similar to super sweet in strength but doesn't contain all the other ingredients found in it. As always, add it to your liking but at 0.25 this brings just enough sweetness to the mix
I have been mixing for around 2 yeas and this is my first contribution to ATF, any input from you on here would be very welcome, good or bad!
This is a collaborative creation by DEVELOPED: NaChef, Max Savage, Graham, and Folkart.
This is our version of a Caramel Banana Cream Pie. If you want a bit more bakery note, you can increase the INW Biscuit to 0.75%. Full Development Notes at https://youtu.be/myTPFJdWxAE .
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This is a 5 star 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 recipe !
This recipe is a masterclass example of layering and balancing fruits.
This is my take on a fruit salad flan.
I was challenged by the chat on a recent live stream on you tube when I threw this together. Well not quite, see this is a combination of experience, balance and a little bit of chance. Off the shake it was delicious, 5 days later it was delicious now exactly 20 days later it is amazing!
This one is worth playing around at different temperatures to get the fruits you like to shine with your sensory system.
The presence of the various flavors in this is obvious although there isn't a total separation of flavor. In other words, if you focus on the strawberry and kiwi you will notice that more, if you focus on the berries and banana you will notice them more as well. The berries seemingly glisten in the background. The positioning of Cap Sweet Guava offers a lovely texture and body to the fruits here and is the most valuble player with the most assists here. It's a fruit medley that works.
This is one of the most complex things to achieve in DIY eLiquid creation, that is to achieve obvious flavours that are separated with more than 3 fruits. While they are not completely separated, this is the closest I have ever made or come across in all the time I have been mixing.
The Bakery combination of JF Biscuit and WF Flan have worked perfectly as the base layer of this profile. The mouthfeel & flavour is on point.
There certainly was a little bit of lady luck to get a profile like this right on the first attempt with this flavour combination but I will accept that lol.
Bottom line is this recipe is authentic as it is delicious and all day vapable. I am my own worst critic so to give this 5 Stars puts it in with my top all time recipes.
See it being made here: https://youtu.be/xkO0dws51fQ?t=4831
Give it a go and let me know what you thought of this!
Steep 5 Days for best results but vapable off the shake.
I tested on a Wotofo Recurve DUAL RDA 0.14ohm SST coils at 65w
I hope you enjoy this just as much as I enjoyed creating this recipe, but let me know what you thought in the comments below.
Seriously if you like a solid recipe that works give it a go!
Cheers for reading this far, now go and get mixing!
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Okay The break Down INW Biscuit,Cap sugar Cookie, TPA Graham Cracker Clr and CAP NYC Cheesecake make up our crust and the cheesecake base , used the FLV custard to bridge over the TPA Banana Cream and MB Soft Banana, shooting for a nice simple pie here that packs alot of texture and flavor , with the 3 cream like flavors in this recipe it will require a good steep of around 10 to 14 days before i feel it merges and mingles together and forms straight awesomeness...
also i have to apologize i am not very proficient in Recipe write ups and thats something i plan on working on this year, to become better with my descriptors and give you all a better representation of my intentions and profiles.