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This is a very light custard - you get the thickness, the caramel note, and the creaminess without it being too overwhelming.
CAP French Vanilla - Adds some extra vanilla.
TPA Vanilla Swirl - More added vanilla flavor, and that creamy soft serve note with a touch of sweetness.
FA Bavarian Cream & TPA Whipped Cream - Gives the custard a lift on the cream side, whilst keeping the custard itself low and mellow.
The 3 week steep is necessary for TPA Custard come to life, and blend with the other flavors.
I use 70/30 - VG/PG Vape ready Nic solution at 3mg
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A Simple classic Crunch Berry Custard enjoy!!
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I have been on the hunt to find a juice that tastes like the Pink Nesquik. After a couple of misses trying to mix this I think I have finally gotten close. I still want to try and swop out the TFA Vanilla Custard with FA Custard Premium to see if it creates a more mouthful of creaminess when paired with the creams. I have dropped the Malted milk down to 2.5 where it was previously at 4, it can be a bit overwhelming at such a high percentage.
I have mixed this at 70/30 and let it steep for about a week and it tasted amazing. I then left it to steep one more week and OMG, I cannot put down my Vape. This is definitely a winner, although I feel it can still be tweaked slightly to make it even more amazing. Maybe a V2 on the way
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!