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(TPA) Banana Cream


By: The Flavor Apprentice (TPA) - Buy Direct
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238 DIY E-Liquid Recipes found


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I have two recipes to which I always fall back to. This is the other one.

This was the love child of getting tired to unbearable throat hit from fruit vapes. I decided to combine the softest fruits I knew TPA - Strawberry (ripe), TPA Banana Cream and TPA Jackfruit. Golden Pineapple came in later, because it's not harsh at these percentages and fits like a glove in here, and vanilla Custard was the last nail to the flavor coffin. I fiddled around with the ratios (and you can too), but these percentages make the most pleasing balance to me.

Pineapple can go up to 3% before accumulating annoying throat hit.
Jackfruit is perfect at 2%
Banana Cream works at 2-3%
Strawberry (ripe) at 4-5.5%
Vanilla custard to taste, but over 1.5% imparts a custard taste and can make the vape too thick and sweet. Under 0.5% and you'll just be better without.

This is a familiar flavor profile to many, nothing new. Strawberry, banana and something tropical. It's sweet, smooth and delicious. The Jackfruit makes this the amazing vape it is. These are all the notes you need:

TPA Jackfruit - The best tropical flavor I've tried, and the star of this recipe
TPA Banana Cream - Delicious and creamy
TPA Strawberry (ripe) - Sweet and soft
CAP Golden Pineapple - Fruity top note
CAP Vanilla Custard V1 - Perfect thickening agent

2

My friend asked me to clone some B & M eliquid for him and this is what came out. It was surprisingly good and he said it was spot on.

1

I've been raving over a strawberry and banana shake who's original creator is @vapordude. That recipe quickly became an ADV for me.
When I was trying to make everyone try this recipe I showed it to @RageIsALotOfWork, I knew he doesn't like strawberry vapes, but I was still raving, he had the brilliant idea of making a PB&B, so I did.

It's an absolutely amazing vape.


A delicious peanut butter and banana with sweet vanilla milk and cream undertones topped with a fresh whipped cream.

Banana cream gives you a nice fresh banana flavor not to ripe but just fits well into the creams.

Sweet cream, Bavarian cream, cheesecake graham crust, vanilla swirl, and the vanilla custard make up that rich vanilla milky cream. Sweet cream and the cheesecake graham gives it that dairy flavor while the Bavarian cream and vanilla swirl add in the vanilla along with the vanilla custard which also adds weight and holds everything together in this recipe.

Lastly the whipped cream is just used as a topping. Picture a peanut butter and banana milkshake glass with that whipped cream on top that's exactly what it is there for just to finish it off.

5 day steep
Tried to keep this recipe using only tfa but capella vanilla custard v1 works better in my opinion but tfa vanilla custard will do fine.

Banana waffle with maple syrup and cream.

A long steep is essential to let the maple syrup in the waffle mellow out and play with the butterscotch. Tasty after 2 weeks, best after 4.

Nice thick banana milkshake. Decent shake and vape but really develops with a few days steep. Can add Koolada to taste for that frozen sensation. This was mixed at max VG. Inspired by matthewkocanada's milkshake base.

Peanut butter and banana stuffed into a s'more. The King himself would approve.

I'd usually use FA banana in this ratio with Banana Cream, but it got lost amongst the PB and Graham. It steers the recipe more towards a Runts/candy taste, but I think it works well. I don't have TFA's Ripe Banana but I understand it's v similar to FLV's so feel free to sub. Likewise I don't have LA Banana Cream - it may be better, it may be worse, it may be identical. Have at it.

CAP PB and FA Peanut in this ratio make my perfect Peanut Butter. I like a health food store, no added sugar/salt/oil type. Side note - since those PBs are 100% peanut, FA peanut should be great standalone, right? Wrong! It tastes awful. But it adds the perfect amount of bite and dryness here.

TFA GCC works fine if it's all you have, I prefer CAPs because I find it slightly spicier. I've also tried a combo of the two but it seemed to be needlessly over complicating the recipe.

FA Maple Syrup is great here - it adds a dark sweetness and is much more interesting that caramel or butterscotch. There's also a slight smokiness that plays into the s'mores vibe.

FW Butterscotch Ripple compliments every flavour here, and just fills out the background notes. It blends very well with Banana Cream.

There you go. If you're interested, I mix at 70VG, 2mg.

This was actually very good after just leaving overnight, but you probably couldn't call it a s'more - it's too light on Graham Cracker. That comes through over a week or two.

Uh huh huh.

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A delicious strawberry banana with sweet vanilla milk and cream undertones topped with a fresh whipped cream.

Strawberry & ripe strawberry these flavors combined give you that pink flavor a nice fresh strawberry slightly artificial but just right.

Banana cream gives you a nice fresh banana flavor not to ripe but just fits well into the creams.

Sweet cream, Bavarian cream, cheesecake graham crust, vanilla swirl, and the vanilla custard make up that rich vanilla milky cream. Sweet cream and the cheesecake graham gives it that dairy flavor while the Bavarian cream and vanilla swirl add in the vanilla along with the vanilla custard which also adds weight and holds everything together in this recipe.

Lastly the whipped cream is just used as a topping. Picture a strawberry banana milkshake glass with that whipped cream on top that's exactly what it is there for just to finish it off.

5 day steep
Tried to keep this recipe using only tfa but capella vanilla custard v1 works better in my opinion but tfa vanilla custard will do fine.

V2 made changes to orig recipe

A bit different guys from a typical pudding. I had some hard time trying to put this together. One of the reasons, was having the right bread pudding flavor to start this recipe. In our country this bread pudding and it probably sounds weird, but is made with the oldest left overs pieces of bread that you can get. It needs to be very decomposed and hard for the pudding to turn out absolutely flavorful. I'm also missing the raisins that is a must have in this recipe. All the flavors in here are in the actual recipe on way or another. I'm not an expert on this, but I'm trying my best for this mix to be successful and for who ever that wants to vaped becomes enjoyable in there daily rotation. I'll keep updating you guys as I get results. This is my first shot at it, so hopefully we have the right percentages in. I'm looking for the Vienna Cream to blend with the Custard and give me that hint of sweetness, creamy profile. I added a bit of brown sugar which is totally up to your pallet, to add some more sweetness to it. I'll think that the Salted Caramel will hide a little bit of that. The Condensed milk will help to round off all this creams, at least IMO. The clove and the anise should be pronounced, you must feel that hint of them in it. Last and not least the Vanilla Custard will surround all this aromas to not let the other flavors overwhelmed the mix. The Bananas are pretty straight forward, Banana Nut Bread and Banana Cream I think they are delicious flavors. I just need to find out how well they lay out with each other. I'm expecting for the Butter Cream to do some great things in here. So here it is guys, some Budin from the heart of Puerto Rico Typical Desserts. Any comments or suggestions are always welcome people. I hope you enjoyed as much as I will! Thanks...

Steep: I figured at least 3 or 4 days with the help of the Ultrasonic or what ever you want to use. I want to know as soon is possible, that's why I use this method + a really good shake.
Mix at: 80VG/ 20PG
Bath in ultrasonic cleaner: 1/2HR Cap off
Nic: 3mg
Breath Time: 5 1/2HR Cap off

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