cxxxxp
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A terrible soft-serve vanilla ice cream that's not nearly good enough to vape on it's own. His claim-to-fame is one single, yet glowing 5-Star review on ELR. You decide. 5-7d steep for this one.

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 βŒ€, 4/5w, Badazd's 28G SFQ Wire (SS316L) @ 0.19 Ξ© / 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.


Recipe Notes
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.

Head over to ELR if you want to see the progression of my mixing career in recipe form or want to know somewhat more about me.
Link: https://bit.ly/3ddJKsl

[Image credit/related recipe @ https://bit.ly/39RdJEG]

User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
What can I say... but that you could probably go through 'x' number of S+C flavours from the premium juice lines in any country and you still won't find one that can stand up to this recipe. The sharing of this creation is a gift to the DIY community (Thankyou @CheebaSteeba) The combination of strawberries tastes just like a strawberry chupa-chup (lollipop) and I look forward to playing with this combo in recipes inspired by this. Personally, I like to add a *little* FA Whipped Cream (0.5%) and CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream (0.25%) to swing the ratio of cream:strawberry in the direction of cream a little more and this is purely a subjective tweak I make to adjust to personal taste. This recipe should really be crowned the king of the Strawberries and Cream profile though IMO. Great work man!
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 12 months ago
Oooh, I've got a good feeling about this one TT, I was just smelling the flavours one after the next as I was mixing this and if Quince had no label, I'd be thinking it was banana based on smell. You're very clever. I'll get back with my thoughts, and I won't forget :)
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 11 months ago
checks out... the ingredients seem right up my alley... I will give this a mix and let you know how it is after a week or two's steep! :) just noticed the ingredients seem quite modern considering this has been out for some time too. Thanks frosty!
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 11 months ago
dang this is some sweet & tasty juice shyndo, hadn't tried the FLV mango this high and it works. Great seperation in layers too. I waited too long to mix this up! Well done
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: about 1 year ago
I can't wait to make this moist cake vape. Oooh I have many a moist cake batter but not as moist as FW. I shall seek appropriate and moist sub
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 11 months ago
Oh my god this is good... I am determined to make a real-life version of this some day soon. Just so yummy, great mixing was done on this day, thank you for sharing it! One of my new favourites and the best cookie dough vape I've tried!
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
This is a banger off the shake and I actually preferred it in the first two weeks than the next two! For me most of the strawberry faded but I'm also a non-taster at the best of times. Thanks for this recipe, I really enjoyed the dragonfruit in the front and backed up by the strawberry. I haven't had the original for years, but this has to be pretty close Wayne and you've created a delicious, smooth and perfectly sweetened juice right here! Loved it. (Edit & Note; It's the TPA ripe for me that I can hardly taste that anytime, the TPA S/b did help, as I said first two weeks great so mix small batches 😊 I've got some more strawberries (OOO, WF, PUR, RF, JFAU) coming in soon and I'll give this a try and let y'all know how it goes!
User: cxxxxp Score: 4 Entered: about 1 year ago
Really good recipe Mr G πŸ‘ Great use of TPA cheesecake (Graham} and TPA Graham Cracker (Clear) as well as OOO Cream (Milky Undertones) which really brings the milk factor and the other two bring body, sweetnes and light malt to the milk base. I would also be using LB Vanilla Ice Cream as I just prefer it to TPA's version. The banana is nice and sweet, perfect for what you want in a Banana milk, personally I would enjoy the addition of a second more realistic Banana to add dimension but I think you've done a fantastic job on this. There is a wonderful AU juice by Sticky Fingers called Banana Ice Cream that I'd like to replicate and I can see myself building on parts of the foundation you've laid here (keep an eye out) I love a good Banana milk and I have enjoyed this. At 2-3 weeks the banana has settled and the milk is more forward. A nice sweet banana vape. Smells divine too. Thanks for sharing! Keep up the good work!
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
How does this not have 10 5 star ratings at least? I feel like I've found gold stumbling upon this recipe. Out of at least 6 other mango recipes I've tried this is the first that I would mix again, let alone even finish the 10ml tester. This is a wonderful sweet, bright & semi-realistic mango - I 100% agree that this is a SnV and after 36hrs it's settled down and come together all juicy and Creamy-like. I do wonder how the FE/SC Mango will hold up in this mix but FLV Mango does a great job at bringing the body of the fruit. Will be nice to see how the custard develops. This here's a winner! Thanks Obi! // Update: By day 3 you can smell and taste the INW custard in this. Delicious :) (BTW I didn't add mint.)
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
Alfred this is such a treat! It's brilliant! Off the shake the pie crust is very forward but after just 1-2 days steep it mellows out and makes way for the Graham notes and I taste a hint of coconut in there and I like it. All the reviews are 5-star for a reason with this one. It's a sweet, luscious and full strawberry flavour that tastes just like the picture looks. After a week I am finding it difficult to pick up the strawberry notes, due to either a) I'm a regular SB non-taster b) vaper's tongue or C) the SB has faded. I have heard non-SB tasters may have trouble with JF too, but it's such a good flavour! I may tried this with some of the OOO strawberries and see how it mixes up. But I've been vaping a fair bit of this, it's really, REALLY good. The cream whore inside me lusts for more more MORE but the reality is, it's a perfect recipe Mr. Pudding. A true work of art. Well done.
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 11 months ago
Delicious off the shake - even an overnight steep is enough for it to feel complete, I'm amazed that these 3 ingredients have made such a tasty vape. It's like a mix of peach/cream & creamy frosting and it's delicious! Thanks for this! I agree with your description - these are all 3 must-have flavours and this recipe showcases them wonderfully. Great Work TT :) Thank you for this recipe!
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 12 months ago
Nice, I'll give this a mix and get back. Hey @Tootall, next could you bring us a rock-solid vanilla ice-cream stone to play with in iso? :)
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 12 months ago
I'm here to echo the other statements - this is one mind-blowingly tasty and absolutely fascinating recipe. I was SFTing FA Vanilla Ice Cream at the same time. A drop of this and a drop of that tastes like a coke float. Really interesting to see the components of cola broken down like this Alfred - Thanks for the recipe, I love it. I wonder how some INW Lemons Kick would treat this. That's got the fizz.. I wonder if it would overpower it too much.. one way to find out...
User: cxxxxp Score: 4 Entered: about 1 year ago
I enjoyed this one, interesting with the VT Devon cream, I recently got these VT flavours and I think I'll have to SFT to work out what each brings to this recipe, but that VT banana custard is a winner, really nice banana recipe. Good job guys!
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
I tested it a couple of times throughout the steep and something magical happens at the 2 week mark and this forms the perfect chocolate milk vape. THANK you folkart for this, it's divine 8) easily 5 stars, I learnt a lot from mixing this up.
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
How could I be the first to drop a review on this, I mean, Surely I'm not the first to be lured in by the clever title and matching Queen/Bean image? I was already convinced... then I read the ingredients list... I just knew it was gonna be a banger. I admit I was tempted to switch TPA VBIC with LB VIC, but I stayed true to the recipe and it's devilishly good, a smooth, sweet vanilla vape at a perfect level of complexity. I mixed a small tester, so the extra drop of CAP SS that slipped in made this very sweet but the flavour is all there on this one and it's a great showcasing of what Holy Vanilla can bring to a mix. I will surely mix this again. Thank you for this gift of a recipe. I loved Mr Bean as a kid and this allowed me to relive that in a much different way, but perhaps even better. Much love Slushy! Keep 'em comin'!
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
Very nice thck, rich and creamy chocolate base here. I really enjoy this recipe as is but I also love VT Chocolate Mousse and when I mix this again I'd like to bring the % up a notch or two. I'm thinking I'd like to bring a chocolate syrup top note too but this is cause I'm a massive sweet tooth and I love a strong chocolate milk. Bert this is a wonderful mix - it makes me think of all the possibilities and the combos I would theoretically add to this work of art. (Then again, often I don't recognise a complete piece and continue to add details that only distract from the main focus) But either way, I think this chocolate base could be quite versatile... πŸ˜ƒThanks for sharing Bert and thanks for the inspiration! Great work my friend!πŸ™
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: about 1 year ago
Thanks so much for your notes Bert! I'll pick up FLV Citrus Soda on my next order and give this a whirl!
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: about 1 year ago
Slowly but surely, each missing ingredient appears in my stash... All I'm waiting on is FLV Cookie oh man I can't wait to mix this one up, nice work Mr 😊
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: about 1 year ago
Hey Red.. sounds delicious.. are you using the reformulated LB Lava Cake, and if not, would you use the new version or suggest a suitable sub? Cheers!
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
πŸ‘€Sometimes you just read through the ingredients in a recipe and you just know it's gonna be a banger.. indeed, this is one of those times for me. It's actually very enjoyable after only 1-2 days steep but on coming back @ 2-3w this shit is DIVINE and appropriately named as such. I appreciate a recipe that has different flavours present on the inhale, middle and exhale and this one does it beautifully. At the same time the flavours are really well combined and all I can tell you is I pick out different pieces that are all delicious and luxuriously rich and creamy. If you have the flavours mix this up, this is not a cereal vape, it is a dessert vape, I can't explain it, creator explains it well. Really really nice juice well done πŸ‘Œ
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 11 months ago
Oh yaassss I'll be mixing this one up today!
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 11 months ago
I'm glad I had faith in this one. Literally right off the shake this is on par with actual cooked apples. I was a bit scared of the apple filling at this % but it works well if you enjoy cinnamon, which I do. Wonderful apple flavour. Exactly what I've been looking for. I'd love to play with some custards, creams or crumble toppings with this. Well done, this is a wonderful mix and the taste in your tongue is like the real thing :) this is what FLV Apple Filling SHOULD taste like and if it steeps well you could just make a base flavour out of this for apple desserts πŸ™‚ 🍏
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: over 1 year ago
This is truly a great recipe, I thoroughly enjoyed this recipe and have nearly vaped the whole thing already! Personally, I would like the banana flavour a tad stronger, and I hope to learn how to get an ice cold milk feel to a cream. Great use of LB VIC. You really can S+V this, but it really starts to shine at 4-5 days. Spot on @mightyshill! I may play with this in the future! It's very close to Banana Ice Cream by Sticky Fingers (AU) which I want to clone πŸ€“
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: about 1 year ago
Agreed, old skool flavoured custard that is dark and syrupy sweet but thick and rich too. Very enjoyable, great flavour. I am a cream whore, I admit it, and I'm tempted to add some FLV cream or something to thicken this up a little but that's just me and this is a beautiful Custard. Great Job Silky I can't wait to mix up your other recipes, I think our tastebuds are related and Ive starred basically 3/4 of your recipes πŸ˜‚ keep it up!
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 12 months ago
How did this one turn out for you VT? :)
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: about 1 year ago
I'll pick up biscuit base and vanilla tahity and give this a whirl!
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 11 months ago
MAN, IS THIS TASTY! The way the meringue interacts with the coconut is something special! I'm getting a sweet creamy inhale, the meringue melts on the tongue and makes way for a brilliant coconut experience on the exhale, which actually feels slightly toasted with the graham crust from TPA. The cheesecake trinity really makes for a wonderful base - rich, thick and a creamy mouthfeel with just a slight tang. The whole thing is dense, moist and full of flavour. Great job with the coconut profile. I'd been recommended these two coconuts and this recipe made them shine! ~3 days of steep time and it just tasted so good after eating a coconut yoghurt, so if you like coconut, like I do, I'd give this recipe a go. It's as if those Rafaello Balls (think Ferrero Rocher - but with white chocolate & coconut) have been smashed into a good cheesecake and in the best way possible. Thanks for this! I'll definitely mix this one up again! You let this steep for a month+ and it's simply amazing
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 11 months ago
NAILED IT! I've been working on a sour green apple but this sweet & juicy red apple is the shit! Absolutely fantastic. Realistic, zero harshness, smooth and silky while keeping the apple texture and a hint of peel. Holy mother of apples this is good! Easily the best apple mix i've had to date. You have done furiously well here mixer and your friend must be in awe - straight honoured to have this dedicated to them!
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 11 months ago
This be the epitome of cereal vapes of all time, everywhere. I love it. I'll have to make a bigger bottle - there's no way this will last the 4 week steep when it tastes this good at 1.5w! Thank you 😍
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 11 months ago
YES MCRANE! He does it again! Easily a 5-Star recipe. I love how you've taken a bunch of commonly used flavours and created something entirely new. After a 2-3w steep it smells like real custard. I loved your custard shortcake but this recipe somehow takes it up another notch with the perfect flavour, smell, texture and after-taste of a real custard. I can see why you named it as such. It's thick, buttery smooth, creamy and a little eggy (but not too much.) I can actually taste a hint of custard powder after the exhale. It's as if I mixed up my own custard from the box but with twice the custard powder, twice the sugar and an egg, for the most thick and sweet custard there is. Well done, I love it. Everyone should mix this at least once :)
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: about 1 year ago
This is a MASTERPIECE! I have not even let it steep I was craving custard, I even vaped this while eating custard... This is dead on! This recipe manages to be light and velvety while also being rich and luscious and I'm a huge fan. I subbed JF Yellow Cake for FW at this % but otherwise stayed true to the ingredients. I was very happy to see FA Custard Premium in here and the way the biscuit, cookie and Graham add body to this and the milky richness in the creams is just DIVINE. MAGICAL. I love it. Thanks for sharing, I will be mixing up a big bottle of this! Mixed at 80:20 and the flavour is brilliant.
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 12 months ago
This just sounds delicious. I'll mix it up today and get back after a week. Great work Justin!
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: about 1 year ago
Oh.. yum. I have to try this.
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: about 1 year ago
I love a jelly slice Joe. It's quite easy to make but takes a little time to set. I will be mixing this up πŸ™πŸ˜Š the secret ingredient is a dash of lemon in the middle layer 🀫
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 11 months ago
Delicious, you guys nailed the peach, I'm always picking up the earthy off-notes in INW peach, but not here! Thanks for this! Love it, well done.
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 11 months ago
i trust you mean milky undertones and not milky underpants.. therefore I will give this mix a shot. Good work, thanks bud!
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 11 months ago
I'm just waiting on WF Sour Blue Raspberry Candy to get here, I can't wait to mix this up, especially given all the effort that has clearly gone into this one Pippa!
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 11 months ago
In Australia we call these cookies "Mint Slice" biscuits. They are crunchy chocolate biscuits layered with a creamy mint filling and covered in dark chocolate (I'm sure they exist worldwide under various names...) Anyway, this is exactly what this mix tastes like. I haven't tried the original shamrock so I can't compare, however, I will point out that this recipe tops Sydney Vape Co's (AU) "Mint Sliced" juice of the same profile. The JF Cookie is working wonders in here with FLV VC laying down the perfect foundation for the rest of the flavours to meld together just beautifully and FLV's Creme de Menthe... WOW... what a flavour... and so perfectly backed up by the Devon cream. On a side note, I seem to be one of the unlucky few blessed with a natural aversion to CAP Sugar Cookie. I can use it up to 1.5% (but any higher and a sour bitterness jumps out like TPA to a pepper-taster) in respect of all the hard work behind this recipe I wanted to stay true to it's format and capping CAP at 1.5% then substituting the remaining 1.5% with WF Sugar Cookie SC seemed to allow me to get the same effect but without any off-notes or imbalance. Fantastic recipe and a "Hall of Fame" type juice. WELL DONE. What a way to sign off! Wishing you happy travels but I also selfishly hope you return to mixing some day..
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 11 months ago
It's wonderful! Real red hard candy vibes, great raspberry flavour and genius-level use of the FLV wild melon! Overall, a fantastic mix! Thanks for sharing :)
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 12 months ago
I mixed this up a couple of weeks ago after seeing the original recipe pack on flavour world. How long's the steep on this one? I'm yet to try it but it sounds good
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 11 months ago
How good is that Crumble Topping SC tho... And how GOOOD does that Sugar Cookie SC smell! I really love this recipe, it's well balanced and I like that I can taste all the different elements. Although my tastebuds are tempting me to play around with it and give the apples a boost, it would likely mess up the balance you've got here. Fantastic mixing +1 I've mixed a couple of your recipes this week. You are very talented! Graham toff tarkin... Oh my lord!
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 11 months ago
Fantastic work Pippa, reminds me of dipping scotch finger biscuits in warm milk :) I subbed 1/2 the sugar cookie with JF cookie, kept all else the same. Love this and look forward to experimenting with it! Edit: it's been 8 hours and I can't put it down, it's just so taysteeee
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 11 months ago
Yesss, love that Smooth Capp Cream.. Looks like I need to get that Mascarpone afterall.. This sounds like a TREAT!
User: cxxxxp Score: 5 Entered: 10 months ago
Well done guys, this is really nice even after 1h steep. This could be a great base for pastries, pies, you could mix it up with other fruits in place of apple too. I think it could be quite versatile. The Caramel Rice Crispy Treats has such a nice caramel note (also mixes well with banana) and the Molasses has a beautiful dark sweet note @ 1%. Great use of Custard Premium, bringin' tha butta. Apple Filling does a great job at giving the impression of apple with it's spiced and Country Apple holds up quite well against all of these. I'd been playing with apple pie filling and using a few apple flavours but this recipe again goes to show how simple is best and is a great reminder. Keep up the great work, the recipes I've mixed have been great so far.
User: cxxxxp Score: None Entered: 6 months ago
Thanks for this! Mixing it now, been waiting for another take on this old classic!
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