Flavor Profile: bakery fruit
Used in 777 recipes at an average of 4.233%.
A rich banana bread pudding lightly drizzled in a bourbon sauce and then topped off with sweet vanilla cream.
A very balanced recipe where all the ingredients compliment each other perfectly. It took a bit of tweaking but in the end I made something I truely love to vape.
This is one of my ADV that I just can’t put down.
oh this is yummy! I did use my favorite trio of strawberry orange and nana together with some creams and flv custard because there very little steep time. give it a mix. it's delicious! you could add a touch of ws or flv ice for some cooling effect. let me know how you like it ty. happy Valentine's day❤
On the inahle you get the sweet waffle dough and banana and on the exhale you get the sweet dark syrup notes that tend to linger with the pecans . The percentage is high in this mix as OOO waffle and SA banana flambe need are not super concentrates and need to be high to come through and contrast the sweet syrup notes
WAFFLE is a slightly toasted sweet dough waffle base no real dark notes, or syrup notes. it needs some support so SUGAR CONE is added for some of the darker notes
BANANA FLAMBE and BANANA NUT BREAD provides a nice sweet banana note which support that warmed sweet banana note this mix needs.
BUTTER PECAN adds the dark rich nuttiness and butter that this mix needed
MAPLE, GOLDEN SYRUP work to create a really nice maple syrup . Maple up around 2% can be gritty so the golden syrup helps in this situation
SUBS: LB waffle is a great sub for the waffle base if added you can remove the sugar cone and brown sugar
Mixed for mixi in the kitchen Maple episode #40 maple https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpzG9vsIgaCUzHVrUMHiV_g
I've been working on this recipe since first trying TFA Banana Nut Bread awhile back and I finally have something that I enjoy quite a bit and I feel others will as well.
TFA Banana Nut Bread/WF Banana Puree - The base of this recipe is obviously the TFA BNB but I wanted to boost the banana flavor so I originally started out with TFA Banana Ripe but there was a weird off-note and I just really didn't like that banana flavor at all. After getting some advice from others I settled on WF Banana Puree as a replacement which is worlds better than Banana Ripe.
INW Custard/LA Cream Cheese Icing - My early attempts at this recipe were sort of dead/bland on the exhale and it was really annoying me. During this time I experienced INW Custard for the first time in Mr Burgundy's St Louie Butter Cake recipe, which also included the CCI though I had used it before, and I knew right away that this is what I needed in my Banana Nut recipe. The combination of these two flavors add a nice richness with some nice mouthfeel and a buttery sweet banana exhale that is very pleasing. This really boosts the overall vape experience and I'm very happy with it.
FW Butter Pecan - I chose to add this to help accent the nut flavor in the Banana Nut Bread. It's very subtle but you definitely get the hints of Pecan flavor throughout the vape experience.
CAP Super Sweet - This was just added for a touch more sweetness. It's such a small quantity that it can be left out if you choose but I wanted that little extra touch of sweetness so I included it in the recipe.
This is actually quite good as a SNV but it really needs a good week for the Custard and CCI to work their magic.
This is moving into 2019, using a 4 3 2 1 formula to build a recipe.
1 2 3 is so 2018. What? Not really, but when working with some old school flavors that we know are good, 4 3 2 1 is needed.
This is a recipe highlighting TPA, using some amazing concentrates that have been winners for a long ttime.
So, the profile is a RY4 banana bread.
TPA Banana Nut Bread
TPA RY4 Double
TPA Caramel Original
TPA Dulce de Leche
Music for mixing.
Messed around with this recipe concept for a while (ever since the mixen vixen episode on banana shake).
I originally was trying to use banana cream instead of banana nut bread, but for some reason I like the banana nut bread version better. I'm thinking the bakery notes might be working similarly to how graham cracker clear can effect creams (adds a kind of malted note to the cream).
Let me know what you think or if there is anything I can do to improve the recipe! I am always looking to learn :)