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Kohaku Ryuu

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So, i'm looking for a peanut butter that tastes very much like Jiff smooth. I've done very little with peanut butter, and am kinda in the dark. any suggestions would be a great help!
 

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I like DX Peanut Butter TFA and I add a small amount of Peanut INW just to reinforce the after taste. I'm sure other more experienced mixers will come along with there recommendations as I haven't tried them all.
 

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I mix for a couple of friends that like
10% TFA peanut butter, in a 50/50 PG/VG mix in tanks.
I like to "keep it simple"
 

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I like DX Peanut Butter TFA and I add a small amount of Peanut INW just to reinforce the after taste. I'm sure other more experienced mixers will come along with there recommendations as I haven't tried them all.
Yeah, I like that one too.
Here's a recipe from here that I made a while back that's pretty tasty. I'm vaping some of it right now, as a matter of fact. I really like this, but if you try it, I recommend at week long steep.
http://vapingunderground.com/threads/peanut-butter-cookie-aka-squookies.166815/
 

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Of the peanut flavorings I have tasted, they all taste like peanut butter sauce, not roasted peanuts like JIF does.
 

Angrygod50

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@Markw4mms I just mixed the PB biscuit and S&V it's really good It may not last a week to age. I did add Peanut INW 1% as I feel it adds body to the Peanut Butter. Thanks again for posting this and once again thanks Squonk.
 

RonJS

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Of the peanut flavorings I have tasted, they all taste like peanut butter sauce, not roasted peanuts like JIF does.

From the few PB flavors I've tried, I get too creamy. I'm with Angrygod50 with the suggestion of INW Peanut. When I make a PB & Banana mix, I find the creaminess from the ripe INW Banana flavor enough so that I use only INW Peanut for the PB side. YMMV

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Kohaku Ryuu

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Thanks guys, appreciate the input! I'll mess around with what you gave me and hopefully come out with something useful for what I want it to do.
 

RonJS

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Thanks guys, appreciate the input! I'll mess around with what you gave me and hopefully come out with something useful for what I want it to do.

If you desire more PB info, putting peanut butter in the search box above should get you around 293 hits...

Ron
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Of the peanut flavorings I have tasted, they all taste like peanut butter sauce, not roasted peanuts like JIF does.

If you want more of a roasted peanut flavor try adding 2% to 3% CAP Toasted Almond to your mix. I find it transforms TFA PB to a more roasted flavor.
 

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Ive always been a fan of the 50/50 Caps and TFA combo. if you want to live dangerous put a few drops of FW in it to lol. then jazz it up however with creams or more nuts. coconut is good.
 

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TFA Peanut Butter (non-DX) is a decent flavor, but it's also weak. It works better for me when boosted with Flavorah's Peanut Butter (8 to 1 ratio). Flavorah's Peanut Butter on its own is decent as well, but it's very strong and starts tasting "burnt" at over 2%, which might be desirable if you're going for roasted peanuts.

Try a base of
TFA Peanut Butter 8-10%
FLV Peanut Butter 1%
FLV Cream 1% (or FA Fresh Cream...whatever floats your creamy boat)

Mix separately and use it at whatever percentage of PB your recipe calls for.

TFA's Toasted Marshmallow can also be complimentary to the above.
 

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