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AKA Folkart's Reserve
Just added a few aromas to intensify some notes of the clone, banana to intensify the banana fruit notes, caramel for sweetness with tpa sweetener instead of Capella's super sweet and also marshmallow for sweetness and specially a little bit of creamy mouthfeel.
Just a tiny bit and I prefer it this way, let's see how it evolves from here if it will evolve into anything at all as I really like this recipe. It's one of my adv and the adv I use the most nowadays that it's not done type of very desserty tobacco.
I don't normally buy commercial ejuice. However, I broke down and purchased Cuttwood Boss Reserve to try to clone for Remix Month. I had never tried this eliquid, but as commercial juices go, it's pretty good. Cuttwood describes this profile as: Golden Honey Graham Cracker with Roasted Nut Clusters Drenched in Creamy Milk and Layered with Sliced Bananas.
On vaping this for the first time, I got Honey, nut clusters, biscuit, slightly milky and banana cream. So this is how I approached it.
For the Honey and milk I used the obvious, FLV Milk and Honey at 1.5%. This seemed to be predominate top note so I used it at the upper range at 1.5%.
The nut clusters was tricky. I thought at first to use FA Mixed nuts and maybe TPA Peanut Butter. But the more I vaped Boss Reserve, I became convinced it was just simply AP. Acetyl Pyrazine adds a "nut cluster" cereal note to this mix at 1%.
Cuttwood says there is a graham note in their juice but I get more of a INW Biscuit but just a touch(.25%).
The banana note was pretty easy to pick out. TPA Banana Cream at 1.5% was used for this note. Now off the shake, the banana note is stronger than Boss Reserve. Just let it steep for a few days and it settles down to where it needs to be.
The sweetness level of Boss Reserve is on the upper limits of what I like to vape but not as high as most commercial juices I've tried. CAP Super Sweet at .25% seemed to be spot on for this mix.
I hope people will mix this to see how close it is to the original. Enjoy :)
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Can be a shake and vape but is best after a 3 day steep.
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The names says it all.
Fresh mango, creamy coconut & a bit of banana to bring it all together. Straight forward yet dynamic and well balanced.
Essentially, I just took my favorite concentrates from each category and layered them together to create something that is fruit forward & tropical but still delivers a creaminess I love in any mix. Instead of getting carried away with loads of flavorings as I tend to do I wanted to keep things as simple as possible. 5 flavors and some super sweet. That's it.
In my mind nothing tops FLV Mango or VT Shisha Mango in the mango category. They're both fabulous but they're also quite different. Combining the two was a no-brainer for me. VT brings the bright vibrancy. FLV brings the creaminess. FLV Sweet Coconut is the coco goat. There is simply NO possible substitute for this one. Lastly, TPA Banana Cream is my #1 when it comes to bananas and pairs beautifully with the sweet coconut.
That's all folks! Enjoy! And be sure to post your feedback in the comments ;)
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A chocolate creamy banana chewy sweet.
Just plaing with acai and thought banana would match it well.
Acai gives a thin chocolate-like layer and the 2 bananas combine to give the fake sweet banana candy. I've used the cream to reduce the acai prescence a little, for mouth feel and to blend the 3 together. The pear just adds a little sweetness, wetness and adds to the fake banana flavour.
This is the first recipe I've published so any feedback (good or bad) is really appreciated.
Simple 1-2-3 banana custard.
I wanted a simple shake and vape banana custard for when I’m feeling lazy and don’t want to wait on a long steep.
INW Custard is amazing and doesn’t require a steep, this was an obvious choice.
VT Banana Custard adds a realistic banana while bolstering the custard base
TFA Banana Cream was used to bring the custard and banana together. By itself, Banana Cream has a nice banana pudding flavor and it brought the other two flavors together nicely.
Can definitely be a SNV, but it does get better with a few days steep
Inspired by @EdibleMalfunction’s Custard Now
This is an easy banana cheesecake with a light sprinkle of coconut.
INW Yes, We Cheesecake/FW Yogurt: All the credit here goes to DIYorDIE. He created such an amazingly simple and authentic cheesecake base, who was I not to use it.
TPA Banana Cream: This flavor doesn't lend to much to cream in my opinion, but it has one of the best banana flavors out there. I didn't want anything too nutty so this seemed like the best/only option for what I was going for.
TPA Coconut Candy: I can't imagine a banana cheesecake with out a touch, just a touch, of coconut flavor. While there are plenty of good coconut flavorings out there, I find this one lends a helping hand to the banana while also providing that smidgen of coconut flavor that I was aiming for. Subtle, as I imagined.
FA Cookie: Crust. What is a cheesecake or a pie without a crust, right? Some will argue that there are better concentrates to emulate a crust out there, but this one has a FEEL that others don't. I chose this flavoring for that reason alone. I'm glad I did.
Butterscotch Banana Cream Pie with roasted pecan bits and a thin crunchy cereal crust.
WF Butterscotch Cream Pie is a good sweet butterscotch cream filling with a slight bakery note so i accented it with cerral 27 to make a thin crunchy crust.
TPA Banana cream is one of my favourites but is not super creamy so i added TPA Whipped Cream also blends every flavouring together.
And for the pecan bits nothing better than FW Butter Pecan, adds a good roasted pecan top note, and a nice bit of butter that does really nicely for the cake profile.
My first attempt at trying something from scratch using my culinary knowledge. I'm trying to get the smoothness of caramel and banana with a biscuit base finished with a smooth fresh cream and a hint of chocolate.1 day taste is pleasing me for the caramel/banana flavourings but I'm not quite getting the fresh cream I was looking for. It tastes like a banana Twix. Im going to let this sit and I'll report back