Just a very simple custard recipe using one of the newer fantastic custards out there. This is a nice a sweet banana custard with a hint of bake strawberries. I just wanted to use some newer 2019 flavors here and see what I could come up with in a 1-2-3 format.
The TFA VC II is an amazing vanilla custard. Its rich, a bit sweet with some nice vanilla notes to it. The banana custard at 2% isn't really a custard, but more just a nice fresh banana. This gives you a very interesting baked strawberry with ripe banana's mixed with a vanilla custard.
Somebody asked me for a vanilla custard pie vape for a pod/MTL set-up, so here's another quickie! With the confinement, people can't buy vaping products on my island, so I'm trying to help.
It's Fresh's quick custard with my favorite graham cracker in it. The Sugar cookie brings more crust.
Many thanks to @Fresh03.
This should work in a pod/MTL set-up at 50VG/50PG, but you can easily vape it in a sub-ohm tank or RTA/RDA at 70VG/30PG
Enjoy, be queer and vape on!
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Not mine, but I noticed it wasn't on ATF and wanted to bring it over here so more people would see it.
As the creator said, "The kiwi and cactus seem to go together real well ." To say the least. This is just tasty, bright and fruity, and I've yet to make it for someone who didn't ask for more.
If the original creator (webchicken) would like me to take this down, please let me know! I'm just sharing it for the love of the flavor.
The biggest complaint I was getting was that TFA Banana Cream brought out a little bit of runtiness for some people. I eliminated that issue by swapping it for FLV Banana. FLV Banana is the creamiest banana out there and has an amazing mouthfeel. Unfortunately, it also comes with a little bit of a laffy taffy flavor.
I really did not want to make another plain Banana Custard so I decided to adapt this for a pod. This involved tinkering with the %s a bit, but the end result is amazing. Also, since it is a pod, the laffy taffy notes from FLV Banana do not seem to be coming through. This retains all the flavor from the original recipe, but it adds a better mouthfeel, has no candy off-notes, and is built for the convenience of your pod/MTL devices!
This e-liquid was a thing for me time ago and since then i tried to make a remix as close as possible but playing with coffee concentrates makes you hate mixing.
Now i think i got close enough to share it.
Salted Caramel Machiatto has a top heavy caramel/ Butterscotch note, bright and dark at the same time followed by a butter milky note and a lot of sweetener.. A LOT!! with a subtle coffee note lingering through the vape.
I have been trying a lot of coffee concentrates to find the exact one and finally realised that VTA Hard Crack Toffee is the coffee note in this e-juice and is not an actual coffee concentrate( this shit happens so much).
Coffee is barely noticeable in the original and so in this mix,
add 0.25% at a time to reach your own sweet spot. I personally like it more at 2-2.25% but trying to get close to the original 1.75% is enough.
They call for salted caramel but i get a Butterscotch sour tangyness with some bright Salted Caramel so thats what i did. I think the caramel note is better here than in the original while being a bit thicker and richer( not a bad thing though).
For the Milky Buttery Cream part im pretty sure its just VTA Coffee Milk Froth as its pretty subtle but noticeable and this flavour, with just a touch of it , delivers a nice rich butter creamy feeling.
The sweetness in this juice is nearly offensive for me now.. but back in the day i vaped just commercial juice and didn't think it was that high.
0.75% super sweet it quite spot on for my mix but i think 1% or even higher is used in the original helping that bitter/sour note i get that comes from super sweet.
So adjust to taste but 0.75%-1% is where you get closer to the original.
You can SNV as nothing needs to steep out or feels harsh or rough. I think its pretty tasty but after a week it gets better.
I may tweak some % as steeps a bit more so keep in mind this is not a 100% finished recipe.