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UPDATE - 7/11/17** Ive basically just replaced the LA Flavorings with more common (and better tasting) flavorings. Also bumped the BNB up a percent because the custard and cheesecake tend to overpower it as steeping progresses.

Wunderbar means wonderful in German.

This recipe was developed by me and one of my coworkers who does not use any website to post recipes, but I should state that this was originally her idea, so credit goes to the both of us.

This is a Banana Nut Bread Pudding recipe.


TPA Banana Nut Bread 2.5% - obviously with this being a banana nut bread pudding recipe, we needed a good banana nut bread to do so. We landed on 2.5% because we wanted enough of this flavor to be prominent without stealing the entire show, with this also being a pudding.

LA New York Cheesecake 5% - This does most of the "pudding" aspect of the recipe. Honestly we only had LA at the shop and I originally wanted to go with CAP but this still works very well.

LA Creamy Caramel 1% - This is a VERY dark flavoring and when used at higher percentages it tends to turn the recipe into tasting like a burnt coil. However, at 1% it almost acts as the "crust" on banana nut bread - slightly sweet and carmelized. Could sup for FA Carmel.

Super Sweet - we both have a sweet tooth so obviously this is subjective and can be omitted if necessary, but SS is my favorite sweetener to use so that's why we used it.

TFA VBIC 4.5% - This just kind of adds to the "pudding" aspect. I find that it helps to add a little more "dairy" to the pudding and just helps to make the pudding more creamier. I don't get the "pepper" taste from TFA VBIC, but you could totally sub for CAP.

CAP Vanilla Custard 2% - This is what completes the "pudding." I didn't want so much of it so that the pudding wouldn't taste "eggy," but I knew it had to be there for it to be more think and provide the body for this recipe. I am using v1 in this recipe and I wouldn't recommend you to use v2 and it tends to make recipes taste more "buttery" and we don't want butter in our pudding.

So there you go! This is the first iteration of this recipe and I do plan on tweaking it in the near future with more familiar ingredients, but please let me know what you think, I'd love some feedback!

I am currently vaping this after a 4 day steep but we did shake and vape and it was still good, just obviously needs some time for those creams to meld together.

User: ParkusMaximusIII Score: 3 Entered: almost 3 years ago
As you said in the description: simple and clean. This recipe is good but I do think it could be better with some small changes. For me, the Bilberry is a little too high (but that could just be because I'm a bit sensitive to the flavoring,) and the Blueberry is a little too low, I would also like to see a little bit more vanilla in the recipe just to round things off a bit. That being said this is a great recipe and a splendid SnV. I do believe that if you were to update this and tweak it a little bit it would be even better. Nice job bud!
User: ParkusMaximusIII Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
Simple and delicious. High wind has done something that no other mixer has done for me before: created a fruit recipe that I actually like. Granted, I did sub TPA Mango for CAP Sweet Mango but if anything it just makes the Mango more realistic. Anyways, this is a straight, tropical banger of a recipe man. I guarantee that this 15ml won't last me to tomorrow, so off again I go to mix a 60ml. If you guys are on the fence about straight fruit recipes, don't hesitate and just mix this up. This sure did surprise me, Highwind!
User: ParkusMaximusIII Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
Great recipe. Simple due to the fact it utilizes only 4 flavorings but complex at the same time. For me, I get mainly a sweet and delicate banana on the inhale, followed by a nice throat hit provided by the RY4D. On the exhale, I get such a rich almost smoked butterscotch flavor (which I am assuming derives from the RY4D,) that just completes this recipe. This is the first "tobacco" recipe I've mixed up and I have to say, although I was on the fence about tobacco flavorings, I am very impressed. I do believe that there is room for addition with this recipe, but I wouldn't add any sweetener or anything, the recipe is sweet enough and honestly definitely going into my rotation. Thanks for showing me how tobacco recipes aren't all stinky 😝
User: ParkusMaximusIII Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
Never actually tried the original but man.. this shit's GOOD. Always been a big fan of cheesecake vapes so this immediately caught my attention. As I said earlier, I haven't tried Blue Bird so I can't say if it's "authentic" to the original but I am definitely digging it a whole lot! Thanks for the recipe Tootall!
User: ParkusMaximusIII Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
One of the only orange vapes that I really enjoy. A little harsh (possibly due to FW Blood Orange??) but the flavor is too damn good for me to not give this 5 stars.
User: ParkusMaximusIII Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Been vaping this for the past few days and I've got to say I believe you've nailed the profile. The cream is the star of the show with the chocolate cookie being the back note of the recipe. I get a nice, lightly sweet cream on the inhale followed by the hint of the dry and gritty Oreo cookie on the exhale. Not to sweet and perfectly balanced. This can be a little harsh off the SnV, but after the recommended 3-day steep time this is a very enjoyable recipe that isn't too heavy or taxing on the pallet. Kudos to you for making this recipe, will definitely mix this one again.
User: ParkusMaximusIII Score: 4 Entered: over 2 years ago
Occam's Razor at its best. I find that sometimes when I am creating a recipe I tend to overthink it and add too much when it is not needed - as I'm sure all of us mixers do at some point in our DIY career - and this recipe is a great reminder of that. That being said, I don't get much horchata from this mix, instead I get that "Cinnamon Toast Crunch Milk" vibe you stated in the description. By no means am I disappointed - I fucking love CTC - but I do believe that using a different cinnamon - perhaps FLV Rich Cinnamon - would help you achieve the profile you set out to achieve. This is a good SnV and does get better with a few days age. To better suit my tastes I added .5% CAP SS but it is still delicious without it. This is a bomb recipe and I would highly suggest mixing it up! I'm excited to see what you do with this recipe if you decide to go further with it.
User: ParkusMaximusIII Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Pretty damn good! Got REALLY sick this past week and on like the first day I was doing a juice order and ordered M&H simply because I remembered seeing this recipe around when you first posted it. Thought it would be good since it had had such great reviews and up until today I was suffering through all of my mixes tearing up my throat. This has allowed me to get my fix while not having to feel like razorblades are slicing up my throat. Although I can't really tell what the profile is, its delicious and that sugar cookie adds that chewy mouthfeel that we all know and love. Thanks for the sick af recipe Matt! (see what I did there??)
User: ParkusMaximusIII Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
Holy fuck. This shits good. I'm weird and normally can't fucking stand TPA Dragonfruit or Pineapple, but these two just work beautifully in here. This is my first mix with FA Apricot and I've gotta say it's very pleasant. Also my first mix with FA Polar Blast and I was pleasantly surprised that at 1.75% it was not ridiculously cold, just a tad bit like a real drink. This is very well thought out and very well put together and I'm hitting myself on the head for waiting until the beginning of fall to have just now mixed this up. This is a stellar juice, thanks for the recipe brother!
User: ParkusMaximusIII Score: 3 Entered: over 2 years ago
This juice has potential, not to say it’s bad because it’s not. I like the lemon meringue aspect of it, 4% Sicily worried me at first but I believe the custards and nana cream help round over the sharp edges and make it into a more enjoyable vape, however I do believe that even at 4% the lemon will fade with longer steeping times, so I would try to find a way to keep the lemon prominent. My biggest gripe with it would that there is barely any crust to it. I don’t really get so much crust from this, maybe the slightest bit but not much. I would suggest maybe adding some biscuit to build upon the crust aspect of the recipe. I also do believe .25% sweetener helps add to the vape: the real deal has a shit Ron of sugar in it but is still tart so .25% sweetener seems to help to authenticity. Overall, this is a good vape! I’m enjoying it as is but I believe once the crust is made more prominent this will be a bomb recipe. I understand the concept of Gonzo and I’m pleased to see that the concept yielded a good recipe, I do believe with more tweaking this will be a killer recipe. Good on ya.’
User: ParkusMaximusIII Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
I say soap. This is a really good and complex recipe while only limited to three flavorings. Most of the time I cant vape FA Fuji at all because it scratches my throat so badly that the entire recipe gets ruined for me, but this is not the case with this recipe. Same goes for Rhubarb, its usually way too harsh for me as well and I cant usually stand to vape a recipe with it. However, I believe that with you utilizing VWC in this mix it has helped to soften the rough edges of both of these flavorings to make something simply magical. I get mostly rhubarb on the inhale backed up by the cutting sharpness of the fuji to remind you that the rhubarb isn't the only thing going on in this mix. Its tart yet sweet at the same time and its very, very delicious. Kudos to you Hiro20, you've given me a recipe using those two flavorings that DOESN'T tear up my throat after the first hit!
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