We'll start with the creams- banana cream Bavarian cream vanilla custard
We will start with the custard which is highlighted and pushed forward by the Bavarian cream giving it an even sweeter flavor. We all love cap vanilla custard just can't say enough great things about this flavoring with the addition of Bavarian cream it becomes thicker and richer. Then we add banana cream into the mix and you have a great banana custard. That really highlights the banana. Out of all of the basket ingredients I found this the most difficult highlight I had several great recipes but it seemed like and all my other vitense the banana was drowned out. That's why I went with this recipe the banana comes through and is delicious.
My accent flavorings are sugar cookies and Dulce de leche
The sugar cookie just completes the custard I love using cap sugar cookie and all of my custard recipes. It complements the vanilla nicely and gives you a light sweet Bakery note.
Dulce de leche is one of my new favorite flavorings and it does so much air helps sweeten up the banana Bridges the gap between the custard and banana adds to the density of the recipe and accents the tobacco. Unshaken babe I couldn't really tell that this ingredient was doing much but after one week of steeping it definitely stands out on the Excel you can really taste that delicious creamy caramel at the end of the vape. I was worried I was wasting an ingredient here but was happy I stuck with this flavoring it not only complements the tobacco but brings a delicious caramel note to the entire vape
This flavor is amazing giving this banana custard a complexity I didn't think was possible. Adding earthy nutty notes to the flavoring making it much more interesting. I have to thank you for forcing my hand into the world of tobaccos. And after repairing this flavoring with pretty much my whole collection of tobaccos I have to say fuck you guys for picking the weirdest tobacco in the world. This was definitely the challenge.
I know that Charlie Noble has a banana Custard with an RY4 kicker I can't say I've ever had the pleasure of vaping it and was not my intent to clone that recipe. This one is just so delicious it stands out against all my other attempts with these crazy basket ingredients. I don't feel but I went the safe route and hopefully you enjoy this recipe as much as I do it has been my ATV for almost a solid week now and I need to mix up more.
Not only is this recipe delicious but I picked this one because I felt that it highlighted all the basket ingredients you get cream you get banana and you get that delicious Soho.
Well tinkering around with tobacco's for the round two of the mixed beginner blending competition I came up with this recipe banana never really punched through the tobacco and chocolate and so I left it out altogether.
The combination of Soho, cured tobacco, and peanut butter gives you a fantastic cigar flavoring.
Bavarian cream and chocolate glaze makeup the top notes giving you a creamy German chocolate flavor. The chocolate Fades quickly but at 2% is still a standout flavoring in the recipe after 14 days and makes the cigar delicious
The base- cinnamon Danish swirl macaron and Ginger Snap come together for a fantastic cook. The inspiration here was cookie I ate on my honeymoon this is a very Dominican thing cinnamon and Ginger macaroon. The cinnamon Danish swirl mostly a cinnamon flavoring with a light Bakery Downey combines flawlessly with the Ginger Snap to give you that slightly dry cookie flavoring I've been added macaroon for the hint of coconut and to make the cookies more complex.
The top notes- you getting a nice bright Apple with the rest of the cookie flavoring Fuji and strawberry ripe come together here as the top notes do you strawberry simply sweetens the Fuji and adds a layer of complexity.
Accents- meringue does so many different things here boosts the cookie by giving it that trademark meringue cereal flavor along with sweetening everything else.
Sleep time- I've been on the fence about this one for some time now I knew it was one of my favorites but wasn't able to discern whether or not to submit it until the two-week steep time had passed I don't think you need the full two weeks but it's not going to hurt. So 2 weeks lol
A very tasty variation on one of my more popular recipes. Replacing coconut with German flavors toffee, if you do not have this flavoring I highly recommend it. Its a great toffee flavor with that little alcohol kick. Steep time on this one is going to be 2 weeks minimum of course you can go longer need to give it the creams time.
A nice smooth cream, very Dairy tasting with no egg flavor. Moderately buttery with no vanilla and just a hint of sweetness.
Rich butter with a hint of cream, and a great pecan aftertaste.
This is a much more realistic representation of the sweet and tart strawberry with just a hint of the candy flavor.
Creamy and rich super smooth ice-cream with the perfect vanilla. Not artificial Not spicy moderately eggy, heavy on the dairy, fairly sweet, and that super rich butter & cream you expect in an ice cream or custard.
A light bittersweet chocolate, with just a hint of cream or milk.
Sweet, rich with a great bittersweet chocolate flavor. Just a perfectly moist, and creamy fudge brownie.
Rich and sweet with a smooth buttery flavor. Creamy with a hint of vanilla and that fantastic Sweet Bitter cocoa butter flavor.
Sweet and tart very candy like strawberry flavor.
Nice and creamy dairy, moderately eggy, very buttery without being greasy with a smooth Rich vanilla, and in my opinion the perfect level of sweetness.
sweet and syrupy with a nice cereal flavor very light on the cinnamon
Grainy and slightly sweet great representation of cereal.
Smooth and light cream, very sweet with just a touch of egg, very light vanilla, and a hint of butter.
Smooth rich chocolate, halfway between semi-sweet milk chocolate and dark chocolate.
Smooth rich cream with a moderate butter flavor, and light egg flavor. Light vanilla, and a very heavy Dairy Flavour, and very sweet.
Light and smooth milk chocolate with just a hint of bitterness. Slightly buttery and semi-sweet.
Super Rich cream with a hint of vanilla, a touch of almond, and a very light touch of white chocolate. Slightly eggy, very buttery, and a very light sweet note.
Smooth and rich vanilla with a heavy Dairy, very buttery, and a well-balanced sweetness that really makes the vanilla pop.
Raw coconut with out the natural sweetness or sugars found in coconut.
More chocolate coffee then a cream, light on the vanilla, and cream, no perceptible almond, there is a hint of smoky whiskey flavor used at most Irish Cream.
Cream whipped to perfection, ( just before it turns into butter ), it's a light fluffy Dairy moderately sweet with none of the eggy or vanilla properties you find another creams and custards.
Crisp and juicy with the perfect sweet-tart snap, a very realistic Fuji apple, (I swear I can taste the skin of the Apple, and the sweet perfect fruit underneath) natural sugar flavor you'd expect from an apple without tasting artificial.
Nice smooth vanilla not extremely prevalent, but still noticeable in combination with a buttery and sweet cream base.
Predominantly Ginger flavoring with hints of citrus. (lemon, lime, orange)Bitter, Sweet, and Tart all at the same time. Innowera has a flavor description up saying it includes cinnamon and anise, I'm getting the sense of anise, I don't really taste the cinnamon at all.
Cereal like blueberry with a sweet tart snap.
Chocolatey, creamy, and smooth. Chocolate is a little Tootsie Roll like and slightly chalky, which adds a little something extra to the cream.
Sweet tart lemon flavor, with a hint of that hard candy sweetness.
Smooth sweet cream with a sharp vanilla, and a lite buttery finish.
A sweet and tart blueberry, emphasis on the sweet, and I don't know how else to describe it but it tastes blue.
Tart with a light sweetness, slightly acidic, and light floral notes.
First things that stand out to me are the cinnamon and the crust, followed by a syrupy cherry flavor. The Cherry is very true to the name pie filling without tasting like cough syrup. The crust tests like graham cracker with a little butter and a touch of cinnamon.
Super sweet with an earthy floral accent. Savory and Light with just a touch of bitterness gives it completely and contrast. More of a natural syrupy sweetness like stevia or agave not sugary.
Relatable Flavors Reminds me of drinking agave nectar with a touch of rose water, or orange blossom.
Fluffy light cream, nice and buttery with a slightly overpowering sweetness.
Sweet & tart with a light Berry flavor, and a light Floral Accent.
Sweet syrupy with and lightly tart and sour note. Definitely a cantaloupe flavor (maybe a hint of honeydew in there ) very realistic even get that creamy mouth feel you get when eating a cantaloupe.
Bitter & tart with a light sweetness. (syrupy not sugary, a little like maple syrup or honey)
Slightly piney with a rich floral accent, together they are savory and definitely have umami.
Very strong grape flavor, bright and pronounced, sweet and syrupy. And I feel as though I'm getting a light background Apple flavor.
Sweet & sour plum flavoring with a light hint of smoke, giving it Contrast and just the right amount of sour to set off sweet notes. This one definitely has unami sweet savory and delicious.