It's as if all of THE best pancake toppings have come to partay. Up in here? Up in here! And whoops! They forgot to invite the pancakes. How deliciously evil! But don't worry because there's some Ben & Jerry's-type shit going on right here, so I should probably describe it like this:
Vanilla & banana flavoured ice-cream rippled with Pure Canadian maple syrup swirls and gobs of chunky peanut butter etc. etc..
Originally mixed at 80:20 VG:PG / 3mg Nic / PUR Super Sweet @ 0.50%
Tested on the usual dotRDA, single coil, 3.0 ⌀, 4/5w, Badazd's 28G SFQ Wire (SS316L) @ 0.19 Ω / 70.0w
This recipe came about after a week or so toying with pancake mixes with most featuring FLV Maple Bar. I love the depth and authenticity of this flavour, to me it conveys pure maple syrup vs. a 'maple-flavoured' syrup. I'm a fan of maple syrup and banana on pancakes, so naturally, a maple/banana mix was on the cards. Something about this flavour though had me wanting to mix something salty into it. My mind went to maple and bacon pancakes, like the Americans do so well, I tried it once, and indeed it was good. I also wanted to make a maple/nut bar of some kind. I was in the mood for experimenting though and thought I would try it out with some FLV Beer Nuts after reading about the flavour on r/DIY_eJuice and how it worked so well in Gruber Grape (shame on me for having still not tried that yet! But, I'm poor!)
How's about some pure and proper maple syrup slathered over some lightly salted beer nuts and fried banana? Even better, throw some ice cream on there. Now we're talking.
Beer Nuts is used very low at 0.10% - It's all that is needed. Make a 10 - 20% dilution or use the 'wipe a half-drop on the inside neck of the mix bottle' method like I used. Use your best judgement to determine which end of that scale you'll tip by asking yourself, how much do I really like nuts?
To all of my followers - Thanks for the support - I like every one of all nineteen of you. I'm still working on that pancake recipe but here's a delightful creation for you try in the meantime.
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[Image credit/related recipe @ https://bit.ly/39RdJEG]