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reasonably_dan
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damnit wayne! ive been working on this juice for 2 months, then you had to suggest TFA bananas foster. off to BCV i go, tested and holy freholes batman thats the guy! best christmas ever!

in the original im SURE they are using TFA bananas foster as “honey” and it should die off quite a bit after a steep becoming a pretty convincing honey flavor.

this recipe tastes damn close (tested side by side). i am sure TFA VBIC is in there as i am sensative to its cardboard notes, and that funk that i get seems matched at 4% with the advantage of adding weight, and rounding out the throat hit of bananas foster. it does however seem to be missing some bakery??? towards the top end that adds a toasted (almost burnt) bread quality. i used 2% TFA cheesecake (graham crust) because it seems they are only using TFA and it works pretty well bringing a bit of that sour dairy i was looking for with a prominent cookie and just a hint of coconut that i always swore i tasted in M&H - may just need to be bumped up to 3%. still might need a graham cracker, likely TFA’s, but it could be FW’s, CAP sugar cookie, or even just AP. i will be trying a small percentage of TFA gingerbread cookie in the next week.

User: reasonably_dan Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
made exact steeped 3 days. superb mix and better than the original because the coconut doesn’t taste like sunscreen in your version. recipe remains clear after a steep and has become one of my ADV’s. 5/5 stars. mix this up, you will not regret.
User: reasonably_dan Score: 5 Entered: almost 3 years ago
wonderful textured strawberry cream vape! its on my regular rotation now. perfectly sweet and i would change nothing about the recipe. nonoff flavors. steeped 2 weeks - its not too good as a shake and vape, really needs some time. only sub was FW VBIC at the same %. this is in my top three strawberry recipes of all time! keep up the good work!
User: reasonably_dan Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
great recipe! 5/5. i settled on the TFA grape candy at 0.4% after 3 bottles. 1% really tastes like a pixystick and i get a whirring overflavored taste. went to 0.5% but it still didnt blend with the strawberry to create a single-layer fruit (grape candy is a very stark ingredient). at 0.4% it turns the strawberry into an almost raspberry candy flavor which is perfect. my personal preference is 0.25% CAP supersweet and 4.5% greek yogurt this makes it even better than the original in so many ways IMO. great, vivid mix though anyway you take it.
User: reasonably_dan Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
solid caramel latte flavor. perfectly sweet and too bitter (just the right amount to let you know its coffee). 5/5. keep em comin’
User: reasonably_dan Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
love this recipe and its so very close to the original juice. i know you are about to do a remix again of this but people, dont let that stop you from mixing this one up. its a tropical blast! so refreshing and unique. a little harsh because of the orange juice aspect but i wouldnt change anything about this. it seems to have the sane acidity as a real glass of POG. 5/5 and more if i could give!
User: reasonably_dan Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
yup tastes like peppermint bark alright. great recipe. keep in mind that it doesnt steep too well after a month or two though-the peppermint dies out a bit.
User: reasonably_dan Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
probably waynes most underrated recipe. tastes more like a cake than anything ive tried before and after. doesnt really taste to much like caramel (a bit) but the caramel lends itself to the cake batter in such a realistic way, almost cooking it into a cake. its a medium bodied recipe and perfectly sweet. no off notes but steeping is necessary for the FW yellow cake or waxyness will happen. let it steep for about 14 days and you will be blown away. this has made it to my normal rotation. thank you PAST wayne!
User: reasonably_dan Score: 3 Entered: over 2 years ago
good recipe. tested side by side to the original. however its a bit muted and the color alone says there is too much of one of the dark ingredients. would you be interested in helping me perfect milk and honey? i am damn close and have found that 3% FW bananas foster is the honey they are using, it also adds the caramel notes everyone always gets. 4% TFA vannila bean ice cream, some TFA peanut butter, and 1% FW sweetener get you 90% of the way there. i would love the help of a mixing partner to figure out which of the many cookies/AP they are using. message me on ATF :) -reasonably dan
User: reasonably_dan Score: 5 Entered: over 2 years ago
best pina colada recipe ever! nice creaminess and absolutely no suntan lotion. however, i did sun FLV sweet coconut at the same percent since i didnt have TFA coconut (original). sure its bangin either way. great as a shake and vape, creaminess really comes out after 3 days.
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