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No nonsense! No gimmicks! Just straight up peanut butter goodness!
So, this is where my soul crushing and money consuming journey of finding the best peanut butter vape took me.
Every flavor in here that's not PB is to help the profile out and make it the best it could be on it's own, without going into custard/ice cream/etc territory.
TPA DX Peanut Butter | FLV Peanut Butter:
The peanut butter base. Those are arguably the two best PBs on the market. The DX PB is the main flavor, FLV PB is here to boost it up. The only other PB I would even slightly consider is CAP's Peanut Butter V2, since it's miraculously light years ahead of the V1. Maybe a good substitute if you can't get FLV's PB.
This is in here to bolster the PB just a little bit more. Any higher percentage would kill the overall flavor, but 0.5% is just right.
TPA DX Marshmallow | TPA Marshmallow:
I know what you're thinking: Both of these in the same recipe? What heresy is this?! But hear me out: TPA's DX Marshmallow tastes nothing like the regular one, and it's great! I think it's another underrated DX flavoring and one of my favorite marshmallows. Both of these in combination are my marshmallow stone. In general, the marshmallow really helps the whole recipe out in giving some sweetness and good mouthfeel, but doesn't take away from the pure PB experience.
FW Butterscotch Ripple | FW Caramel (Salted) | FA Honey:
The salted caramel and butterscotch ripple just go great with PB. FA's Honey is really nice with caramel and creams in general. At those percentages there a not at all overpowering, but still noticeable and give some more dimension to the overall taste.
After 3 days it becomes vapeable, I wouldn't recommend trying to vape this at any earlier point. Best after 2 weeks minimum!
I hope you find as much enjoyment in this recipe as I do, it cost me a lot of tears and money to get it to this point.
Also I'm always open to suggestions on how to improve on it, don't hesitate to shoot me a message.
Have a nice vape!
Sweet Marshmallow ice cream with buttery clusters of cereal treats.
It's like cereal milk ice cream turned up to 11, has a thick buttery Vanilla marahmallow ice cream mouthfill with a soft a fluffy aftertaste, filled with grainy notes of rice krispies.
FW VBIC + TPA Vanilla Custard + TPA Marahmallow :
This is our fluffy Marshmallow Ice cream.
FW Vbic is just a fluffy vanilla cream, not much of an ice cream per se, and here comes pretty handy to turn it to a marshmallow ice cream.
TPA Vanilla Custard adds butter, and thickness while TPA Marshmallow contributes with sweetness, stickiness and gives the marshmallow flavour.
TPA Rice Crunchies + FA Pazzo Burlone:
Rice Crunchies are just Rice grainy cereal flavour from them we dont get much more ,but this gets even better with the addition of FA Pazzo Burlone, this one adds some extra bakery, milky notes that make an OK recipe turn into something really good.
Super sweet: with 0.5% and having marshmallow is enough but i use 0.75% as i want this heavy sweet taste like commercial juice has. Feel free to choose but marshmallow treat ice cream? This should be really sweet..
for the developed challange, no steep testing done this is version 1 and im just now mixing this haha but pretty confident may need some adjustments.
Goin for a key lime pie with good mouthfeel
Okay SNV! DEF a key lime pie but made with a fruit loop crust!!! Def needs a chill down on the harsh citrus tones....will reevaluate tomorrow and the next day but my only current thought on any adjustments is mayyybe upping key lime to 3.5% just a smidgent more. But i wanna see how the creams come out first and how the harshness tones down.
This is a good start!!
**V2 i bumped key lime to 3.5 and dropped fruit circles to 3.5 for more balance.
Nice and thick, creamy vanilla malt marshmallow milkshake.
TPA VBIC + FA Vanilla Ice Cream provides the ice cream base. TPA VBIC works fine on its own @ 3%, but FA Vanilla Ice Cream complements it nicely. This combination also allows the TPA VBIC to be used at a lower concentration, which will help to greatly reduce or even eliminate the "peppery" flavor that some people get.
TPA Malted Milk + FW Hazelnut is the malt. These two flavors work amazingly well together as a malt base. TPA Malted Milk is extremely "potent" to me – using it at anything more than 1.25-1.5% completely overpowers everything else in a mix, while I see many recipes using it much higher. So you might need to increase the TPA Malted Milk from the 1% I am using here.
CAP Whipped Marshmallow + TPA Marshmallow obviously gives the marshmallow. I chose CAP Whipped Marshmallow as the main ingredient here, since its light and airy mouthfeel is a great way to help keep things from being bogged down. I tried TPA Toasted Marshmallow, which actually worked out pretty well, but I felt the recipe was starting to get a bit too "busy". If you would like to try it anyways, then go with 1.5% TPA Toasted Marshmallow and 1% CAP Whipped Marshmallow.
INW Shisha Vanilla boosts the vanilla flavor up a tiny bit. I didn't go very high here, because it would overpower the delicate marshmallows.
TPA Whipped Cream is there because all milkshakes need whipped cream.
CAP Vanilla Custard at the small amount of 0.5% doesn't alter the flavor much at all, but it helps tie everything together. I started out at 1%, but it added too much "butteryness", and began to encroach on the lighter flavors, like the whipped marshmallow and whipped cream.
It's definitely vapeable as a S&V, but definitely needs at least a week to meld.
This also works great as a base for other milkshake recipes. Depending on what you want to add, consider omitting the malt (the combination of TPA Malted Milk and FW Hazelnut). For example, when adding some caramel, cake / cookie, or especially some chocolate, keeping the malt might definitely be a great option. But if you want to add strawberry, banana, or other fruit, you probably would want to leave it out. One exception is when adding a cereal (like FW Fruity Flakes, or any of the dozens of other cereal flavorings available), where I'd recommend dropping the TPA Malted Milk but leaving in the FW Hazelnut. In a cereal recipe, FW hazelnut at low concentrations, as here, does a great job transforming the milk and cream flavorings into the milk left over after eating a bowl of cereal.
Note: I vape almost exclusively on RDA's at fairly high wattages (100-120 watts on average, and rarely anything below 80 watts), so my recipes tend to have less amounts of flavoring than average. Depending on your hardware and preferences, you may need to increase everything slightly. Using 1.25x - 1.5x what is listed here will put the total flavor concentration at 11.25–13.5%, which is more in line with what seems to be typical.
So I wanted to taste something new...
Flavorah Jackfruit is the front runner here. My god its delicious...
Its backed up by the Cap Lemon Lime and Inw Cactus to help push the juiciness out.
The Bavarian Cream and Marshmallow help with the back notes, giving a little creamy base, and stops any harshness they may hinder the vape.
If you have the ingredients give it a toot, and let me know what you think :)
Today on SaturDIY'ing with fresh03 and Friends! We are doing Wishing Well: Doctors Without Borders! Jeff Lawson wanted to a lush vape full of guava and grapefruit with a nice smooth creamy finish.
Nothing ever suffered from 1% of FVL Cream and that little trick with Anise just does the loveliest thing to guavas and grapefruits.
Enjoy, be queer, and vape on!
C. aka Queer Your Vape
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