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I give thanks to Folkart for the boss reserve remix I'm sure alot of mixers tweaked this recipe to there liking and others just left it alone ...I know when I mix "Cardinal " by Fear I'm always thinking of some way to improve it that's my OCD kicking in but this is my personal recipe for the Profile described by Cuttwood. mixing tips and knowledge I have learned over 2 years thank you everyone on ATF..🤩 *note This recipe is just my personal preference
on the inhale you get a brown sugar oat, multigrain cereal that transition to a cinnamon baked sweet apple
Tested on a Relaod RDA at 60 watts
made for DIY DOWUN UNDER Mixing with me mates episode on cereal https://youtu.be/fBjJQ01eRx4
For the cereal base the Apple snacks is good but light on the cinnamon and baked apple to me so the addition of apple filling provides that in spades, after a 5 day steep the cream notes come forward and the cinnamon in the apple filling settles out and sits very nicely in the back with the apple . The honey circles is a very much like honey nut cheerios to me and really pushes that oat cereal note . , hazelnut was added just as a accent note to add a toasted nut note to the cereal
For the milk I wanted a slightly thicker creamy milk base so the use of flv cream does that well along with meringue and a touch of vanilla marshmallow for sweetness and more body .
Milk and honey was added for a dark brown sugar sweetness for the mix
Add sweetner to y our liking this is pretty sweet as is but I added .3% of flv sweetness
This is a nice Gourmet maple Donut. No donut is complete for a base without Zeppola and yellow cake.
TFA Maple Syrup: This is a very Sweet buttery maple flavor
Flv Caramel : This is a rich caramel flavor that makes it have a nice taste.
Flv Frosting adds a nice bit of that sweet frosting taste.
Flv Milk and Honey gives a rich Carmel like flavor to the recipe with bold undertones of coffee and caramel.
TFA Bavarian Cream gives the recipe a nice vanilla flavor while adding body to the recipe. Mixed at 60/40. This recipe needs about 1 week steep time for its full poetential of flavor to meld together.
FA Fuji is the King of Apples as far as I'm concerned. At 2% it's a solid, bright, crisp and sweet apple. It's fairly realistic, but works very well in this candy-esque profile.
INW Two Apples is tart and sweet. It's heavier on the green apple flavor and pairs exceptionally well with the Fuji to help flesh out our apple in this mix.
DIYFS Holy Holy Grail RY4 is absolutely fantastic. It's a thick and creamy caramel. I don't get much tobacco from this, just heavenly, velvety, creamy caramel with notes of brown sugar and vanilla. Super sticky, too.
INW Milk & Honey is the perfect accent to our caramel. It's dark and creamy. You get touches of honey and brown sugar that play wonderfully with the apples and already very present and pleasant caramel.
Simple Mix, and it's simply delicious.
Holy diver a sweet RY4 mix using holy holy grail ry4 and the ever tasty holy vanilla. Backing vocals include tatanka tobacco & Flavorah milk and honey you can leave the A.p out but I prefer a little nutty note in this mix Tpa peanut butter would benefit as well. I tend to push my flavors up for all my RY4 recipe's best enjoyment with my morning coffee..
Taste great but my effort to make a all flavorah reciep failled. I was almost there but wanted another layer of apricot. Needs 4-5 days steep. Light cream, nice balanced apricot, and a nice tobacco note.
Pretty simple break down, Apricots, creams, tobaccos.
FLV and FA Apricot make up a nice apricot, sorta sweet. FLV apricot brings the top end and FA brings more body.
FLV Milk & honey and FLV Cream create a nice light cream thats subtle but there and placed well in the mix.
Flv Kentucky Blend and FLV Red burley bring in a earthy dark notes. Red burley is just a tobacco i always come back to and enjoy every time.
Tested in Kayfun 5 MTL.
Very creamy, nice and sweet, but it's a dark sort of sweetness; think like a dulce de leche, but not quite caramelized if that makes any sense. I don't really get a dairy or butyric acid note from this which is nice. Works very nicely in the base of a recipe as the sweet cream, as long as that dark sweetness plays well with the other elements. One thing I like about this flavoring is its uniqueness and it's fairly forgiving as long it's paired well, so you can come up with some interesting recipes using it.