:: The Peanut Pecan Butter Cream ✅

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  1. ReacT

    ReacT Unresolved Status ECF Veteran

    Jul 26, 2014
    Mars!
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    This is my smooth peanut pecan butter cream recipe that you cannot stop vaping it. :) Those peanut butter and pecan lovers, you're gonna fall in love. ;)
    • Butter Pecan (FW) %2
    • DX Peanut Butter (TFA) %6
    • Sweet Cream (FW) %5
    • Caramel Original (TFA) %3
    • Acetyl Pyrazine (TFA) %0.5
    • Marshmallow (TFA) %1
    Mix: 70vg
    Steep: 15 days.
    Sweetener: No need, mars is there for sweetness.
    Taste: Very creamy pecan inhale, and creamy peanut butter + caramel exhale.

    Love from your alien friend, ReacT. Enjoy! ;)
     
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  2. B2L

    B2L Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Supporting member
    Jan 14, 2012
    Jacksonville, FL
    That sounds right up my alley, gotta check and see what I need to order. I think I have everything but butter pecan.

    Thanks!
     
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  3. WoodChucker

    WoodChucker Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 2, 2010
    Northern Michigan
    I'll be trying this one also. Been trying for a long time now to come up with good peanut butter but I've only got one that I like but it's not great. So thanks and I'll let ya know how I like it for sure.
     
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  4. ReacT

    ReacT Unresolved Status ECF Veteran

    Jul 26, 2014
    Mars!
    Above recipe is for more butter than pure peanut butter, but I do recommend it to try. The butter pecan adds support to the peanut butter and makes it something different. If you are up to only peanut butter, then I recommend;

    DX Peanut Butter (TFA) %6
    Peanut Butter (FLV) %1
    Acetyl Pyrazine (TFA) %0.5
    Sweetener (TFA) %1

    This will give you pure and sharp peanut butter taste, of course it is not possible to achieve %100 peanut butter taste like the real thing because peanut butter is one of the thing that cannot be replicated very well, like all strawberries and lemon flavors out there, almost all of them are candy type. To make this recipe more buttery and creamy, you will need to add some vanilla and cream you like. In this case, sweet cream from flavor west will be perfect. The FLV peanut butter is the key for the recipe.
     
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  5. MsLoud

    MsLoud Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Been a fan of this type of recipe - though I normally use higher % of flavors and throw in a few other flavors but I used FLV before and didn't care for it - I'ma try this recipe exact - maybe the lower % of FLV is the trick.

    Thanks again @ReacT
     
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  6. WoodChucker

    WoodChucker Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 2, 2010
    Northern Michigan
    Thanks for the info. Like the poster (MsLoud) stated I tried this at a higher % also, I think I was using it at 3 or 4 % so maybe that's the key, just lower it a little. I just ordered the stuff I need from BullCity to give this a try. BTW, BC has a 15% off sale going on until Monday using code (MEMORIAL2017) if anyone is interested.

    Anyway, thanks again and I'll be playing around with both of these recipes and let you know how they turn out. Appreciate the help!
     
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  7. Elites

    Elites Full Member

    Mar 11, 2015
    Los Angeles, CA
    @ReacT Can Sweet Cream FW sub with TFA as I don't have SC FW and what is the difference between them? Thanks for sharing.
     
  8. WoodChucker

    WoodChucker Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 2, 2010
    Northern Michigan
    ReacT, this stuff is awesome, couldn't wait more then a few days so I'm sure it can only get better. Not worked on the Peanut butter recipe yet but I will soon. Great job!
     
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  9. ReacT

    ReacT Unresolved Status ECF Veteran

    Jul 26, 2014
    Mars!
    @Elites
    TFA sweet cream is a flavor killer and it mutes all other flavors. I personally do not use TFA Sweet Cream and I do not suggest it for this recipe, it will mute all other flavors after 10 days of steep not even 15 days. Fresh Cream FA can be used at %1.5 in this case if you have.

    @WoodChucker
    Enjoy it my friend :)
     
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