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This recipe was about building flavor notes. I wanted all I could get from the Strawberry Ripe, Then I wanted to lay in Just a Slight note of bananas and a slighter note of chocolate. All done to enhance the Strawberry Ripe note(s) and not break through as side notes. I think you will like it. As a Further Note: At the end of day two the chocolate and banana edge their way into the picture and the exhale of this vape becomes the most delicious strawberry. I have the coconut there for 1- the creamier body effect and 2- it helps keep the other three notes independent of each other so we can taste all three and not an amalgamation or blend of the three.. If you like strawberry I really think you will enjoy this.
I have been at this profile for three weeks now. Or is it four.....maybe five.....
This reminds me of Bad Drip's "Ugly Butter". I believe it is very similar to that profile. Although I like that, I have not had it in a long time, ....It is Banana cut with bakery cinnamon and all on a bed of fried glazed dough. Fantastic right off the shake, gets better with time. I hope you mix it and enjoy it. Comments welcome. Enjoy!
This is a spin off the sandwich Elvis made famous that of which the 2 main ingredients are banana and peanut butter. i also am using inw wonder waffle for the carb base. tpa banana fosters is a nice syrupy one part top note joining dx peanut butter iread somewhere that he used to sometimes add strawberry and i thought that was a solid idea also. i then took liberty with a touch of almond to help glue it all together. this is a first shot in the dark i will buld from it. ok i just noticed that inw wonder waffle isnt on here at all the flavors so in its plac i used inw biscuit at 2% but its really made with inw wonder waffle 2%
Simple recipe highlighting Capella Waffle. Enjoy
Flavor Notes here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ei94msAy1UE
A Milk and Honey inspired remix... for old times' sake.
It's an overdone profile (graham cracker, banana and some nut flavouring) but I wanted to have another bash at remixing Milk and Honey. This one is more of a M & H inspired juice than a clone but still manages to scratch that itch.
Toasted Almond is the main nut flavour I get from M & H. Not so sure I get peanut butter, which didn't taste right when used. 1% TFA Toasted Almond provides a subtle almond background and a toasted top-note.
To my tastebuds at least, the key to M & H's profile is TFA Bananas Foster. It's creamy with subtle banana, caramel and spice notes. However, it lacks body and can get lost in a mix so was boosted with 1.25% TFA Banana Nut Bread, which adds more body and complex sweetness. This also helps it stand up to CAP Graham.Cracker V2 which would otherwise overpower everything.
1% CAP Graham Cracker 2 accents the recipe with a biscuit texture and adds holiday spice and molasses notes. It's far more complex and nuanced than CAP Graham Cracker 1 which is a plain cinnamon cracker so don't sub it out.
The hardest part in developing this recipe was finding a cream that could blend without interfering with the overall profile. However, a bit of help came from the much maligned yet overlooked, CAP VC 2. It may be unpleasant at higher percentages but at lower percentages it's an amazing blending cream which adds body without interfering with the overall flavour.
Usually M & H remixes contain Marshmallow but there's already plenty of ethyl maltol sweetness coming from the banana ingredients used. Also, whenever I did use marshmallow, it muddled up the profile.
FW Sweetener provides a necessary sucralose boost at 1%
Nice as a S&V but 3 days recommended.
This is a cinnamon roll with a banana slice and a caramel glaze on top. Caramel cinnamon roll does the heavy lifting in terms of providing most of the bakery here. The banana is a combo of sa Banana flambe which is a nice cooked banana flavor and tfa bananas foster which brings some brown sugar to the mix. VT Salted caramel boosts the caramel note already here and adds to the dark sweetness I was going for.
Bananas Foster topped with a bourbon caramel drizzle, toasty buttered pecans, and a melty scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Mixed for more restricted direct lung RTAs, but it's good in everything.
TFA Bananas Foster + Banana Cream = the dream team. Seriously the best. Super smooth & gooey banana with some caramelization and slight bready notes.
FW Caramel Cinn Roll + Kentucky Bourbon = FW CCR is amazing. It's got one of the best caramel bakery flavors out there, super sweet and gooey caramel with a nice fluffy cinnamon roll underneath it. The Kentucky bourbon on its own is rather syrupy too, so adds to that thickness and leaves a bit of that astringent boozy aftertaste to the caramel, definitely pokes through the heaviness of the rest of the recipe too. Quite delicious.
INW Custard does two things for the recipe: Thickens up that mouthfeel but also brings some of that eggy french toast vibe to the bananas foster base we're building on. I opt for less creamy and more buttery/eggy custards in my bakeries because of this. TFA Van Cust wouldn't be too bad here either and would likely blend well with the TFA base. INW just steeps quicker.
PUR Butter Pecan = It's a decent flavor. Just wanted some more malty buttery notes and some nuttiness. FW would be a good replacement but I wanted to mess with some Purilum stuff to see if they'd hold up. Not super upfront but I still think it has its place here.