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So coming back to this recipe made me want to revise it last night like it was good but I knew I could make it better with some flavorful upgrades, now it is not a frozen banana pop, although it might be a good idea in the future lol.. However, when I came back this this recipe after aging it just went bland like the two eventually began to mute each other. So this is were the upgrades begin, we have two chocolates in this mix that give that nice foundation for the thick but malty touch and mouth feel I have brown sugar for a slightly dark but sweetish taste, but only a little bit not too much. Then comes in the two bananas that make this recipe stand out but on the easy side instead of the overwhelming feel and taste of the ripe banana from before.
Overall I can say it is good of the shake, I get the chocolates and the even exhale of the bananas with a hint of the brown sugar. Just to let y'all know the brown sugar can be left out, I just added it to add it in to see what it brings to the table, not really much in my own opinion.
This is awesome as a shake and vape. Not sure what time will do to it since I just mixed it about 4 hours ago, but right now it is awesome!
Think of a warm soft pretzel, dipped in butter, and then dipped in cinnamon sugar. That is what I was going for and it is really good.
Let me break it down....................................
The Baked Cinnamon Roll (LB), Rich Cinnamon (FLV), and Pretzel Dough (WF) are the main base for this recipe.
The Toasted Marshmallow (TFA), Caramel (Salted) (FW), and Butter come together to create a sweet butter taste.
The Brown Sugar was added for a hint of dark sweetness as well as a great supporting flavor for the cinnamon.
I only added 0.25% Super Sweet (CAP). However, you may want to add more or less depending on your preference.
PLEASE NOTE: I mixed my Rich Cinnamon at 10% in PG and then used it at 0.50% in this recipe. So the REAL percentage is 0.10%. So if you get Rich Cinnamon I would suggest doing what I did and dilute it down because that stuff is SUPER STRONG!
All together this just works wonderfully. PLEASE PLEASE Comment if you try this. I would love to hear everyone's thoughts on this treat.
HAPPY VAPING EVERYONE!
************ NOTE 6-28-21 -- After a long steep, the Pretzel Dough is still taking a front seat and I need to lower it a little. Changed the Pretzel Dough to 0.25% and pushed the Rich Cinnamon to 0.10%. *******************
The cookie dough is actually Chefs Choice but it's not listed on this site.
Very sweet, very delicious. 2% vanilla overpowers the cookie which makes it more like a smore. So reduce vanilla to 1% if you want more of a cookie recipe.
Was meant to be a cookie recipe but it really doesn't taste much like a cookie. More like a smore with cookie instead of biscuit base. Tasty though.
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A little about me:
I've been mixing for family and friends for over 5 years and have been refining my trade ever since. My favourite profiles are dessert and bakery juices but do cater for any profile that is requested of me which gives me an opportunity to switch up the taste buds from time to time.
No notes on this recipe, the only notes are the ones that you inhale and exhale.
This is version 17 of its original state and ready to share with my vaping buddies.
Another mind vision has shown me the way. . . . the way to a Brown Sugar Sesame Waffle! Huzzah!
The combo of Crisp Waffle and Belgian Waffle make a perfect waffle on my palate. Totally borrowed this combo from Deftohms.
The Sesame Candy and Sesame Sweets add a great sesame layer to complement the LB Belgian Waffle.
Finish up with some Brown Sugar and Caramel for a little depth and dark caramel layer.
Top off with Super Sweet and I freakin' love this. Light waffle sweetness and sesame finish.
Something I mixed up after trying Wayne Walker's Obsidian gold beta recipe I liked Flavorah's raisin rum boozy and dark fruity notes and decided to try it in another mix.. ( (Fa) vanilla ice cream ( Gelato Vaniglia) is the correct flavor I used in this recipe.. The english toffee and brown sugar darken up the mix just a bit to complement the raisin rum,