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Banana Nut Bread-TFA

$1.29
Rating:
5 Stars

Product Description

Undiluted concentrated flavoring from The Flavor Apprentice (TFA).

This is concentrated flavoring and must be diluted before use!

Note - We cannot accept returns or exchanges on flavoring

Product Reviews

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  1. Spot on 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 25th Apr 2017

    Tastes JUST like banana bread. I pair this with Lorann's cream cheese and Capella's vanilla custard and for a frosted banana bread flavor. Its good stuff!


  2. great flavor 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Nov 2016

    Ive only used this flavor in a couple recipes but it has been great so far! Not over powering and a great mixer to add banana as well as a thickness aka the bread to your mixes. I am very happy with this flavor, and B.C.F. i cant speak well enough for them thanks again guys!!


  3. must have flavor 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st Sep 2016

    Very light banana flavor with light nuttiness. Mixes well with other flavors.


  4. True to taste 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 14th Jul 2015

    It tastes like it should... really needs a little steep time. It seems to get sweeter and more banana taste comes through with steeping for me.


  5. simply versatile 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 22nd May 2015

    If you mix this flavor it's quite amazing, there are no bad mixes with this flavor! Unless of course you decide to mix with flavor art pineapple


  6. Delicious.... 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st Dec 2014

    Mixed this at 10% 70/30 pg/vg with a few drops of Acetyl Pyrazine 5% PG-TFA( 1 drop per 15ml).....great flavor,just delicious.All day vape for me....


  7. Best when blended... 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 22nd Sep 2014

    If you find the right flavors to bring out the more real banana flavor, nut and bread (another banana, nut and ap) this can be a pretty good banana nut bread. I am unable to get that mixing this standalone (may be just me), but can be easily pulled out with the right accentuating flavors. Just takes some tinkering.






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