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A bowl of milk and bananas with a bit of soft honey nut cheerios.
On the inhale I get a very accurate honey nut cheerios that has sat in the milk for a bit, exhale is like banana slices in a bowl of the leftover milk from aforementioned cheerios. I've vaped through a ton of this and it's my favorite dripper recipe at the moment. As my first public recipe on ATF with limited mixing experience it's by no means a work of art and I give much of the credit to @folkart
1% TFA Hazelnut combined with %1.5 FLV M&H gives a really authentic soft cheerio note to me.
3% LA Banana Cream works with TFA's offering to give a more realistic banana and bring it to the forefront.
Simple and tasty chocolate and banana cream mix.
I don't think the flavors needs much description, apart from VT Devon Cream, which has a fantastic chocolate note to it. To me it's a full-out chocolate flavor. MB Glamour Chocolate a lighter slightly milky chocolate, and it's the reason why this needs around a week of steeping, since it takes a while for that chocolate flavor to fully develop.
Sweetener is highly recommended for this mix, TFA 1% or CAP 0.5%.
WS-23 works here too, if that's your thing.
Emulated after Mamba Apple Kiwi candies
Made on Live Mixing:
Peanut Butter Banana Tobacco
Thought of a Banana RY4 dessert style tobacco so i went trying the classic ry4's, butterscotch and caramel but found TPA's Peanut Butter screaming at my face so here it is.
TPA Peanut Butter Is a great peanut butter with some flaws but here does his job perfectly. Adds a bit of butter to the mix as well as a chocolaty note that goes really well with bananas.
TPA Banana Cream was another obvious choice for me i love it and its so easy to use, has good creaminess at 3% and the banana is exactly were i wanted it.
TPA Ry4 Double ok.. i wanted an ry4 and went with the classic, at 3% adds a bit of tobacco like note with caramel.
FLV Caramel is more of a brown sugar than a caramel at 0.5% helps the caramel from Ry4 to get deeper and adds that brown sugar sweetness to everything.
Finally FLV Red Burley is my favourite flavorah tobacco, and in this case helps giving the recipe a slight tobacco note without having to steep the ry4 for 2-3 weeks, wich was one of my goals for this recipe. Has some nuttiness that plays awsamely well with peanut butter and a slight frutiness that goes nicely with banana, (Red Burley is aswame)
I let it sit for 3 days but after a week or so it gets better.
The more you let it the better it gets.
Ive been on a bit of a banana binge that started with my testing with creating a bubblegum from scratch (yup, Bnanurz is part of the traditional pink bubblegum flavor) but got sidetracked with this versatile flavor and ended up mixing everything but bubblegum :-)
This is my take on A Sweet and creamy Banana Cheesecake!
Using the trusty TFA Banana cream filling the main creamy banana note I added WF Banana puree to boost that Jammy sweet banana to bring this solid and well rounded Banana into my Cheesecake without getting lost into the creams too easily as I find can happen with many banana recipes after a steep.
I normally dont like dessers, and I think its for that reason that I find things like Brulee and certain Cheesecake to be too rich or the graham part of it too strong for my preference but With INW Cheesecake half of that issue is already solved as this Cheesecake has a more subtle 'graham' note in it.
This with the addition of INW Custard smoothed the cheesecake out a bit more and also brings in a lightness to the Cheesecake base.
Adjust the sweetner to your preference. Steep 3-5 days
Well here it goes my second recipe.
Thanks in advance for all of you that takes the time to try them.
As a new mixer, sometimes is hard for me to get the flavors needed for a lot of recipes here on ATF and also because I live in Colombia it is almost impossible to buy INW, FLV, VT, WF and the list goes on.... and on...
So i am trying to develop some simple yet delicious recipes with flavors that i believe most of you reading this will have, in a way to encourage new mixers or peaple who are just trying to get in to DIY but dont have that budget at the beggining.
Also it have been a great learning opportunity because with this simple easy recipes i have started to understand different flavor pairings and know what each of those do in the mix.
Now lets talk about the recipe itself (sorry for the long boring intro)
CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl: OMG i love this!! it gives so much body, and its the star of the recipe. I think the pastry/cinnamon combination that this have is amazing for a simple recipe like this one.
Now in order to smoothe and add more mouthfell and a creamy layer I went with TPA Banana cream and TPA Vanilla swirl. Those two make the cinnamon more soft and delicate. And the TPA Banana cream adds like a hole new twist, more like a surprise element... And that's it!! just 3 flavors but a very great juice in my oppinion.
As a SNV i have to say its really good but simple, with not much mouthfeel so I encourage you to wait from 3 to 7 days... That way it feels more balanced and I hope it will give you nice a surprise.
Hope you guys like it and please leave behind a review.
Deez Banana Nutz
This is the first in a line of dessert vapes I've been working on inspired by the craze over the Country Clouds line (which I've never even tried by the way) but I happen to enjoy all of those flavor profiles. TFA BNB is obviously doing most of the heavy lifting here but to me it doesn't have enough of a banana note, and I didn't want TOO much banana that would overpower the mix. I also wanted the banana to have that creamy almost custard like texture of a real banana. I also like my BNB more on the "cake" side of things but not so much so that it tastes batter-like, hence the use of FW yellow cake (as polarizing as it may be.) One-on-One Cornbread is just an all-around EXCELLENT flavor as it's got that grainy texture you'd associate with something like this and in a mix that doesn't lend itself to an actual cornbread, there's nothing about it distinctly "corn" so I think it adds an awesome texture that pairs well with the TFA. I initially was going to go with VCV1 by CAP but opted to go with TFA instead as it's a little more buttery, less oily and less eggy. Although this recipe could benefit from a touch of egg, I wanted to keep it more on the dryer side of things.
GIVE THIS ONE TIME TO BLOOM. I like to do overnight crockpot steeps on most of my juices (just set to warm) and this recipe was pretty good off the shake, but once that Vanilla Custard settles in and the slight runt vibe of Banana Cream mellows out to a softer more realistic banana, it's pretty delicious, in my humble opinion of course.
Sweetener optional, I chose to leave it out as I like this as is. Season to taste as they say.
Hope you enjoy!