This recipe is a Work In Progress.

It might be amazing, but its creator doesn't think it's finished yet.

After a week of developing and roughly 30 different versions, I am confident this is a solid remix of Country Clouds Corn Bread Puddin’. There was a profile that was missing in every possible combination in previous versions. At first I went the popular TPA Kettle corn route to recreate the corn bread and wasn’t quite there. It was adding to much of a sweet dry popcorn note to the mix and not really giving that corn bread texture in the commercial version. I tried Flv popcorn, LA buttered popcorn, Tfa movie theater, Fw buttered popcorn the list goes on... even FA corn lol which pretty much canned corn. So I figured I needed to pretty much build the corn bread profile from the ground up and try to keep it simple and not complex from a commercial e-liquid stand point, thinking what would they use. Now this is where the tricky part comes into play “that underlying missing profile. Of course Acetyl Pyrazine is there but how much? Starting at .50% and combined with FA Break Fast Cereals seemed to work well in the first few mix’s but still was falling short. So doing some research on a specific compound Cyclotene I felt this was key. Cyclotene is found in a lot of concentrates we use but in low amounts but loaded with other compounds causing me to push a flavor to extremes and cause muddled off notes or muting. This is where Tpa Maple syrup comes in. It’s loaded with Cyclotene. This is what ties in the corn bread base. Now that’s out of the way, back to the cornbread. These are the failed attempts of the bread imo. FA breakfast cereal, Cap Cereal 27, Tpa Crunchy cereal. These were paired with some type of corn flavor and various creams or even pushing AP to its limits. So back to research still missing that profile. I needed a more buttery slight cream AP texture. This is where Tpa Cheesecake Graham comes in. I know right?!? But It has everything I need in texture, slight butter, sweetness, AP, a little cream and guess what else?? Cyclotene. So the Ap, CCGC and maple syrup/Ooo cornbread make up the cornbread. The Ooo corn bread gives it even more texture corn sweetness. Now the keeping it simple. I don’t get much pudding in the original just more of a heavy vanilla cream. Tpa Vanilla custard. This flavor is also key that pulls everything together to give the vape more body and nice vanilla accent to replicate the so called “pudding”. Don’t forget the sweetener!! Yes 1 percent to keep it authentic to the commercial version. Also keep in mind the AP is pushed to .75% I wouldn’t go over this!! it just takes over and mutes. You get plenty more from the CCGC. Off the scale you will taste the custard pushing through a little on the ass end of the vape. Giving it 24 hours it will homogenize and won’t be as noticeable. There is a lot more notes on other profiles in this but I tried to keep as condensed as possible. Enjoy this one.

Created: December 25, 2018 (over 2 years ago)

% Vendor Flavor
(TPA) Acetyl Pyrazine 5%
(TPA) Cheesecake (graham Crust)
(OOO) Corn Bread
(TPA) Maple Syrup
(CAP) Super Sweet
(TPA) Vanilla Custard
Total flavoring: 11.25% Steep Days: 3 (SNV) Best VG: 70% Temperature: 0
This recipe is the property of shakenvape007 and released under the CC Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 license. You may not copy, derive or commercialize this recipe without following the terms of this license or the explicit permission of the creator.
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User: Jroc Score: 5 Entered: 8 months ago
I’ve been vaping this for a very long time with CAP Vanilla Custard as a substitute. I held off on reviewing it until I tried it with TPA Vanilla Custard and the original commercial eliquid. Now, what I have to say is... with TPA, it taste so close to the original, it’s baffling. But, with CAP VC, I love it so much more than the other iteration or the commercial eliquid. With CAP VC, this is easily my favorite DIY eliquid to date. And I thank you for sharing this with me. I love this recipe so much more than any other recipe that involves CAP VC. It has the boldness that I desire from a good dessert/bakery, which is hard to come by in diy or commercial eliquids.
User: Zugmaschine Score: 4 Entered: 12 months ago
Made 30ml Tester, because it sounds so good. I used FA Maple Sirup 0.5% instead of TPA Maple 1%. After a steep i will write a review, but iam sure its good. It smells delish ... After steeping its a nice, smoth, mix. But its not so tasty than i imagine befor. But thats a personal thing, i think its the taste of the FA Maple. I know the recipe calls for te Maple from TPA but i dont think that is more tasty, its the general profil of Maple, what i dont like. But its absolut a Corn Bread what i taste.
User: s2k Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
So I finally ordered the OG and tried it.... Wayne was right, BigReds Remix is closer to the OG(which I was kinda unimpressed with) however, this recipe is better than them both IMO It has a touch more corn than the OG and is very well balanced. My current ADV and has been for quite some time. Very good job on this one!
User: elsignor Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
Don't know the original liquid, but I can say It is à pretty good recipe but damn that's sweet and I used 0.5 supersweet. But overall, everything is here, the cornbread thé cream. I Will definitly remix à batch with no supersweet.
User: lionhrt9 Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
You've got it close! Thanks for the recipe! I cant wait for a steep but Im making an extra 120 so sit on shelve. Love the custard in this the way it plays well with the OOO CB. great job on the accuracy.
User: BigRed Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
so close to the real thing as a shake and vape . ima see how it steeps but if it’s not completely there after a steep i think ima add 0.5 vanilla pudding by flavorah
User: ReidMan2017 Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
I've never had the original, but this is amazing. Very smooth, sweet and delicious - thank you for taking the time to make this.
User: horizonism Score: 5 Entered: almost 2 years ago
I’ve never eaten corn bread pudding, and I’ve never vaped the liquid this is based on, but holy crap this stuff is delicious. I’ve not got a refined enough palette to pick out any real nuances here, but the overall effect is just a seriously good vape. Great work here. Thanks for sharing! 🖖
User: bjorama Score: 5 Entered: almost 2 years ago
Mixed this up a few months back and thought it was the most accurate to the description of the profile. I've never had the original but have mixed up several other remixes and they all seemed to feature Cereal 27 which is good but can wear out its welcome. This tastes like Cornbread Pudding. and I just realized this is a shakenvape007 recipe.. damn..If your on the fence on whether or not to mix this up, go for it. Everyone of his recipes have been tasty if not ADV-able.
User: Millions81 Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
Never tried the commercial version, but this is one damn tasty vape. Even has that great distinct smell that I love about TPA Maple Syrup. I also cut the sweetener in half. If you're thinking of mixing this, you won't be let down. Well done 👍
User: BananaSlamma Score: 5 Entered: about 2 years ago
I honestly cannot put this shit down. I’ve been milking and returning to a 120ml batch I made about a month ago. It only gets better with time. It’s fabtastic after three days, but letting it sit even longer makes it absolutely delectable. It’s definirely a 1:1 match. I only dropped the sweetener down to .50 as I wanted to preserve my coils a bit longer. Either way, it’s absolurly marvelous.
User: coop34 Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
All the hard work shows, this is literally a 1:1 match! A perfect clone is sooo hard to do correctly, I know after nearly 4 years of mixing. I was working on a clone of CP myself, 5 different versions in when I saw this recipe. The TFA Vanilla Custard is what makes all the difference. Don't sub any other custard in, I can attest. The only thing that I did differently was used just .5 of the super sweet. Doesn't matter at all. I have been nursing a few mls of the store-bought version. Today I followed a tank of it with a tank of this recipe. Couldn't tell a difference. Thank you for all your hard work, and also for sharing!!
User: ooooNaSuGamisoooo Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Well done my friend! the profile is spot on... a thick creamy corn bread pudding. but it needs at least a 10 days steep IMHO bravo!