This is a lightly baked banana with caramel and bourbon notes. After a longer steep, a subtle earthy RY4 comes through in the middle of the exhale.
I've been eating bananas every morning before I leave the house, and for some reason whenever I smell anything that is supposed to have a "Bourbon Barrel flavor" I think of banana. This flavor association seems like it would be a delicious thing to inspire an e-liquid profile This time of year my beer of choice is a Bourbon Barrel Aged Stout, so I wanted to create a vape that not only paired with them side by side but also had enough nuance to vape all day and enjoy it.
The core concept: TFA banana cream/TFA toasted marshmallow/TFA Kentucky Bourbon
These flavors come together to create that flavor association I keep getting in real life. It's smooth, creamy, and predominantly banana. The TM/KB combo serves to enhance that banana into something interesting. It almost gets a bit baked by the combo. I landed at these percentages because any higher on the TM/KB and it got to "warm." The 3-1-1 ratio here is the sweet spot, at least for me. Play around with those a bit if you want to adjust the bourbon to your liking.
I wanted to add a touch of earthiness and a boatful of dark sweetness into this recipe, so caramel and butterscotch bolster the sweetness of the cream base. I didn't want to go completely tobacco, RY4 double along with the Butterscotch Ripple was a great couple of flavors for that. If you let this steep closer to a month and beyond, those tobacco notes show up in the middle, subtle enough to really add something nice to the profile.
Enjoy folks, and long live winter!
A very sweet horchata base with apple throughout. Creamy, milky, balanced cinnamon that isn't in your face but provides warmth and a bit of spice. The strawberry was used to not only brighten the apple but smooth it out, seeing as strawberry ripe contains some EM. Cinnamon danish boosts the cinnamon in CAP Horchata. Overall a delightful fall vape, been really enjoying this profile throughout the month of october.