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This was my attempt at a caramel banana cream chz cake. I dont have to many flavors, so I did the best I could with what I have. I dont mind what came out!! Its a creamy caramel with soft banana cream and a hint of cheesecake on the end.
I would love any feedback, comments, advice. Anything. Please keep mixing my diy fam!
I made this a long time ago, but I thought I'd share this on here. This is a clone for Vape Wild's "Circus Freak" which is now called, "Circus Bear". What makes this recipe different is the banana in this. It is very sweet. It didnt take long to find that it was TPA's Banana. That's also why I added Cap bubble gum. Cap Bubble gum tastes just like the sweetness inside of TPA Banana, so it big time helps pop it out! I have no clue if they even use cap bubble gum in the real recipe but im telling you, it works great! Everything else I added through trial and error trying to clone the recipe. I added some Banana Cream to blend the sweet banana bubble gum profile as well as adds to creaminess with the Bavarian cream. I added strawberry ripe for the strawberry profile and a little sb sweet to make it sweeter. Cap or tfa van custard both work for this. Its been a long time since ive tried the two back to back since i dont buy Ejuice hardly at all anymore. So if any of you have some Circus Bear or Circus Freak (though that bottle may be expired by now lol) at home, let me know what you think.
Steep for at least a week.
AKA Folkart's Reserve
Just added a few aromas to intensify some notes of the clone, banana to intensify the banana fruit notes, caramel for sweetness with tpa sweetener instead of Capella's super sweet and also marshmallow for sweetness and specially a little bit of creamy mouthfeel.
Just a tiny bit and I prefer it this way, let's see how it evolves from here if it will evolve into anything at all as I really like this recipe. It's one of my adv and the adv I use the most nowadays that it's not done type of very desserty tobacco.
I don't normally buy commercial ejuice. However, I broke down and purchased Cuttwood Boss Reserve to try to clone for Remix Month. I had never tried this eliquid, but as commercial juices go, it's pretty good. Cuttwood describes this profile as: Golden Honey Graham Cracker with Roasted Nut Clusters Drenched in Creamy Milk and Layered with Sliced Bananas.
On vaping this for the first time, I got Honey, nut clusters, biscuit, slightly milky and banana cream. So this is how I approached it.
For the Honey and milk I used the obvious, FLV Milk and Honey at 1.5%. This seemed to be predominate top note so I used it at the upper range at 1.5%.
The nut clusters was tricky. I thought at first to use FA Mixed nuts and maybe TPA Peanut Butter. But the more I vaped Boss Reserve, I became convinced it was just simply AP. Acetyl Pyrazine adds a "nut cluster" cereal note to this mix at 1%.
Cuttwood says there is a graham note in their juice but I get more of a INW Biscuit but just a touch(.25%).
The banana note was pretty easy to pick out. TPA Banana Cream at 1.5% was used for this note. Now off the shake, the banana note is stronger than Boss Reserve. Just let it steep for a few days and it settles down to where it needs to be.
The sweetness level of Boss Reserve is on the upper limits of what I like to vape but not as high as most commercial juices I've tried. CAP Super Sweet at .25% seemed to be spot on for this mix.
I hope people will mix this to see how close it is to the original. Enjoy :)
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Can be a shake and vape but is best after a 3 day steep.
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A simple banana recipe. This is not a doughnut flavour, although I’ve used doughnut profiles. The banana profile pushes to the front and the other flavours just play a supporting role.
This juice tastes better after about 2 weeks of steeping, but it’s not too bad on the shake ‘n’ vape side of things.
Please mix it up and leave some feedback. ✌️
Strawberry banana custard.
With this flavour, I really wanted the banana to shine and for the strawberry to add a touch of sweetness. I added a bit of dragonfruit to give the strawberry a bit of a sweet-ripe quality to it. I used the custard and French vanilla deluxe to hopefully provide a bit of density.
Please give me some feedback :-)
Moon Shot! A Banana Moon Pie! This is for Wayne's weekend assignment....Banana Desert recipe. Tastes just like it's supposed to. INW Biscuit and TPA Pie Crust works well to give it a nice flaky but somewhat cookie-like flavor. TPA Marshmallow is sandwiched in between and creates a nice fluffy feel. The TPA Banana, TPA Banana Cream, and LA Cream Cheese Icing works great for that hard banana icing that surrounds everything. This recipe has it all, full textured mouth-feel, fluffy marshmallow, and sweet banana icing.
Shake and Vape
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This was the first Premiun banana milkshake I had that actually tasted like one. I thought it was amazing at the time. Revisiting it, I decided that the two main flavours were TFA Banana and TFA VBIC, followed by a metric fuck-tonne of sucralose.
Honestly this juice could just be 10% Banana, 4% VBIC and 1% Sucralose. I can't be certain but that would be my guess.
But anyway we can keep the essence of it and tweak/improve it without going overboard with extra flavourings/complications.
TFA Banana is the main note so I used a substantial amount and gave it a little Banana Cream to stop it from being too linear.
TFA VBIC is the main Cream used, smooth and creamy with a vanilla kick. A little TFA Dairy Milk to add to the milkshake and keep it from getting too heavy.
Lastly TFA Cheesecake (GC) just enough to thicken, not enough to turn it to into a malted milk.
And don't forget that Sucralose! Enough to be somewhat sweet, can be dropped a little but it is necessary to capture the essence of the original.
The original reminded me of a McDonalds milkshake, pretty straightforward and linear.
I started this cloning process a couple of months ago, trying to make it too complicated, trying endless combinations and in the end it boiled down to two flavourings really. The extra flavourings just round it out, it is very close to 1-1.
Let me know what you think if you mix it!