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(FLV) Rich Cinnamon


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This is a Pumpkin Ale / Lager vape, with notes of cinnamon, caramel, vanilla, and tea leaf. Very light on the punkn spice, though a touch of FW or FLV Pumpkin Spice can add some extra zing. I still want to pull a bit more of a hoppy/yeasty beer note from this, but for now, this is great. Check it out.

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Reddit link: https://www.reddit.com/r/DIY_eJuice/comments/czwu7u/white_chocolate_caramel_mocha/

I love coffee. I drink coffee almost every single morning. In my pre-DIY days, good coffee juice did not exist, only hot garbage. I desperately wanted to fill that void.

I wanted to make an absolutely delicious coffee vape, so I went with a staple favorite of mine: White Chocolate Caramel Mocha. Used to be my go-to frap before I realized Starbucks was trash.

VT Devon Cream works very well here as a cream with it's milk chocolate undertones.

FLV Rich Cinnamon isn't noticeable here as a cinnamon, but adds a tinge of spicy sweetness to the caramel. Only one drop per 30ml required, this stuff is very potent.

FW Salted Caramel really turns this into a White Chocolate Salted Caramel Mocha but that is way too many words for my taste. This really is an excellent and underused caramel flavor. What's better than caramel, if not salted caramel?

INW Shisha Vanilla simultaneously aids the Devon Cream and the White Chocolates in their duties.

FW Sweetener, my go-to sweetener. 5% Sucralose, easy to work with without complicating flavor like CAP Super Sweet.

FA Tiramisu is the star of the show, here. Why this is labeled "FA Booster (tiramisu)" on ATF is beyond me because it's sold and labeled as FA Tiramisu on BCF and on the bottle. It's just straight delicious, dessert-like coffee, and it works perfectly for this profile.

FLV White Chocolate and FW White Chocolate is the tried-and-true white chocolate duo and the fact that TFA White Chocolate still exists makes me sick. This pair hits the top and mid-range notes for WC and nothing else comes close aside from LB White Chocolate Peppermint, but that wouldn't work for the profile.

Steep time's normally 14 days for coffee mixes, but with such little coffee, I really only found that a 7 day steep was necessary if only for the white chocolate. Even on just 1 day of steep, it's quite good, but the WC does need time to deliver.

Personally I'm in love but I'd love to hear your thoughts. Enjoy!

This recipe took me a while to nail down, but I finally achieved what I was going for! A delicious brown sugar and cinnamon sugar cookie.

Version 1:
5% CAP Sugar Cookie, 1.5% TFA Vanilla Swirl, .5% TFA Brown Sugar, and .1% FLV Rich Cinnamon.
I wanted to start very basic with this recipe in order to figure out what worked without much help and what, if anything, needed to be added, removed or modified. Alltheflavors (I’m so punny) we’re there, but definitely needed some adjustments. Too strong on the Cinnamon and not enough of the brown sugar.

Version 2:
5% CAP Sugar Cookie, 1.75% TFA Vanilla Swirl, .75% TFA Brown Sugar, .08% FLV Rich Cinnamon
I kept CAP Sugar Cookie at 5% because it was the one thing that already came through perfectly. I increased TFA Vanilla Swirl and Brown Sugar by .25% each and lowered FLV Rich Cinnamon by .2%. This was definitely a step in the right direction but the vanilla still was not really working. It felt kind of muddled at this point.

Versions 3 & 4:
5% CAP Sugar Cookie, 1% INW Shisha Vanilla, .75% TFA Brown Sugar, .08% FLV Rich Cinnamon, .3% CAP Golden Butter
I combined versions 3 and 4 because the only thing that changed between them was the addition of CAP Golden Butter. I completely swapped out the vanilla because Vanilla Swirl just was not working for this mix (blasphemy, I know). I wanted the vanilla to be light and creamy, so INW Shisha Vanilla worked perfectly here. I’m a big fan of extra soft cookies so I decided to add a little bit of CAP Golden Butter and ended up loving what it did for the mix. Added the perfect extra body to the sugar cookie.

I recommend about a week to allow everything to settle and come together, but it is not bad off the shake.

I'm no pro mixer so let's just get that out of the way lol. I sit quietly in the background mostly making other people's recipes and not creating a lot.

That being said I couldn't find a horchata recipe and that itch needed scratching so here it is. I think it is quite good and authentic. Nothing too fancy. A nice smooth, creamy, and sweet rice drink with a nice cinnamon note.

I like this recipe sweet but adjust to your taste. I used 2 drops per 30ml of rich cinnamon.

Please give it a try and offer up comments and suggestions.

So this is a Dr Pepper styled beverage using the spectacular @alfredpudding .007 cola mix https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/121307#007_cola_by_alfredpudding cola base . if you have never made this mix, you should - to date It is one of my favorite mixes. From the minute I tried his mix, I wanted to try and make a Dr Pepper styled mix -

while Dr Pepper may have 23 flavors there are several flavors that I think make it signature : birch/ sarsaparilla, almond/ amaretto/Cherry, cardamon and molasses are the key flavors I wanted to try and pull out

FLv root beer to me is one of the best root beers around and will provide that birch note I am after
FA almond provides that sweet almond extract / amaretto sweetness

WF molasiess is a dark syrup sweetness that works really well with the WF blackcherry jelly bean together I get almost a licorice type cherry note
FA cardamon is not something that you can notice unless you are really looking for it but I do find it adds "something" and you notice it when is it not there on the finish for sure

While this may not be spot on Dr peper for some - I think it is close and am really enjoying it

Deep fried banana slices, butterscotch and graham cracker.

This recipe is inspired by one of my friends favourite eliquid which is Fryd Bananas.
I wanted to create one myself and not remixing the original but being close to the profile.

Deep Fried Banana Slices :
WF Deep Fried plantain is a semi cooked banana flavour with brown sugar and some spice but is a quite weak on the banana flavour and needs some more additions to be great.
But one thing i like is that after 2 weeks steep has some fried and bready tasting that is really accurate to the profile.

So to complete the Banana i added :
TPA Banana Cream as its my favourite and also adds a good amount of creamy banana sweetness.
And FA Banó to give more "freshness" to the banana mix as it is a greener kind of banana.

With this 3 we have our Sweet Banana Slices cooked in brown sugar. A bit raw a bit cooked, makes the banana closer to the real thing.

FW Butterscotch Ripple: is my go to as its creamy, easy to use.. was obvious for me to choose this one.

The original FRYED on its description says : " buttery cream" but i prefered to use CAP Golden Butter to create that Deep Fried Buttery Banana.

The spice on WF DFPlantain is a bit non descript so to make it better the profile called for FLV Rich Cinnamon which is awsame, sweet , warm, strong .. its perfect.

FW Graham Cracker: Bananas get better with graham cracker specially on the exhale, it just makes them better, and here has a double duty, making bananas better and suporting the fried, bready texture as well as giving a nice graham cracker after taste.

Yo can SNV it as its pretty tasty but its better when rich cinnamon calms down a bit after 3 days and waaay better after 10 days.

Loosely based on a chinese 5 spice mix. Decided to make a tobacco with this. I wanted something warm and deep. This is a work in progress and the %'s will change.

Really wanted a quick SnV desert tobacco. Connecticut Shade's chocolate/coffee notes lend well to blending with the chocolate mint of CdM, and they all work with cinnamon. Added some Australian Chocolate to make the chocolate the predominant non-tobacco flavor, and then the Red Burley and Native tobaccos to make it clear this is a tobacco vape.

Bonus for anyone who thinks they deciphered the acronym. And as always... use PEG or PDO if you're gonna mix at the suggested ratio, I don't need to end up on a Throat Offenders Registry because someone thought I meant they should vape that much PG.

I'm already addicted to apple-cinnamon profiles, and after trying oddDrop's Jacker I wanted to make one, but with strawberry milk.
\\Mixed At: 70vg\30pg
\\Steep Time: 5-7 Days

Back in my college days, my friends and I would drive around in the country, listen to Sublime, and do what most college kids do in that situation (cough cough). When we got back to the dorm, I would bust out my secret stash of Apple Jacks and get my strawberry milk out of the mini fridge. This is my best attempt thus far to recreate that moment.

The biggest challenge I had with this recipe? Getting the apple-cinnamon and strawberry to be distinguishable. A lot of batches I would be able to taste one or the other, but never both, and I think I finally cracked it.

Cereal Base: OddDrop was spot on with what CAP Apple Snacks provides, a wonderful dried apple and oat-grain flavor. The only big issue I had with Jacker is what is probably going to get me ostracized, I'm not a fan of CAP Cereal 27. I KNOW, it's crazy. I decided to still use it, but only at 1%, at 1% it still gives us a bit of that crunchy/corn note and still plays well off of the oat-grain notes from a slight increase in CAP Apple Snacks.

A lot of the recipes on here use FA Stark to help with the Apple notes, and they were absolutely right, it really helps the apple in this recipe, but again it was a little too high for me, I was almost getting a bit of a watery apple juice note at 1%. At 0.66% it helps round it out a bit more.

To get our cinnamon on with our apple, I went with the old classic FLV Rich Cinnamon. You only need 1 drop/30ml and it does the trick. I would wager that you could even drop the strawberry and keep the rest for a bangin Apple Jacks recipe on it's own. Also this gets a surprising boost from RF Strawberry Gelato (more on that later)

Milk Base: I want to give 100% credit to SteamOn's cereal milk base. It is spot on and is both tough enough against other flavors to it stand out, but malleable enough to bend it to my will. If you ever want to start working on a cereal w/milk recipe, SteamOn has got you covered. The only thing I did was round up meringue 0.05% just because I thought it looked weird.

Strawberry: TPA Strawberry Ripe is awesome, but is too "pink" for this profile if that makes sense. INW Shisha Strawberry was a front-runner but I always get this slightly earthy note from it that turns me off in certain recipes unless it's done right (like wh1skeyk1ng's Rhubarb Delight ). I decided to try a couple of new strawberries that I didn't have as much experience with. I really liked the notes I got from RF Strawberry Gelato SC from Tootall's Battered Berry, but in the never ending battle with tasting both apple-cinnamon AND strawberry in this mix it was too weak on it's own, and just increasing it caused the gelato notes to take over the recipe. So I included RF Strawberry SC to help both fruits in this profile. The best part? The slightly-granular note from RF Strawberry Gelato SC helps out our cereal base. It's one of those things where you're not sure why it works but it does.

This Cereal is Sweet: I think this is the first recipe in a while where I would say sweetener is required. I mean, look at the side of a box of Apple Jacks and you'll see why. 12 grams of sugar in 1 CUP, who the hell only eats 1 CUP of cereal for breakfast? Add some strawberry milk and you're on the sugar train to diabetes town. Anyway yes, CAP SS, even just a little like in this one, is needed at times. To really create that store-bought sugar bomb you took off the shelf this recipe needs it.

Epilogue: I swear the longer I write my notes on these the more passionate I get. I hope you like what I probably spent way too long on, and be sure to leave a review as well! I always enjoy hearing constructive criticism and any suggestions people might have. Lastly, be sure to try out the other guy's recipes I linked here, if it weren't for them I don't think I could have gotten this together.

Coming from a place with a burning desire to make something unique, delicious, warm and makes you feel comforted. This is a hybrid recipe created with a blend of flavours that I imagined would offer warmth and comfort. That is what this mix is about. Sure there is technique here, but what I would rather you the mixer do is mix this and with each vape of this, try and pick out how each flavour plays and how it melds. Pull it apart by single flavour testing each flavour. See how each flavour works with another at these percentages.
That is mixing, real DIY mixing IMO.
The only thing that will be burning besides your desire for more will be your battery power as you enjoy this vape full of richness and balanced flavours that don't really belong together,
but somehow they do.

This is Campfire!

Enjoy!

IMO this is a very pleasant and enjoyable vape on a single coil RDA at 60W with a SST Alien single coil at 0.2 ohm

Steep Time 5 Days for best results.

I hope you enjoy this just as much as I enjoyed creating this little recipe, but let me know what you thought in the comments below.

Seriously if you like a solid recipe that works give it a go!

Cheers for reading this far, now go and get mixing!

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Flavor Notes

By: CheebaSteeba Score: 99 / 100 Solo: 0.5% Mix: 0.25% Steep: 3 days Difficulty: 25 / 100

This is it guys, the bakery cinnamon. Look no further. Use it like you would cinnamon in the culinary world.
It is a tad steep at $12.50/15ml, but it is well worth it. Not only is it the best bakery cinnamon available, it is super concentrated; you won't be using this one any higher than 0.5%. I've found this to add the perfect accent to a bakery as low as 0.15%, and makes for a great flavorful cinnamon kick at 0.3%. What I find particularly awesome about this flavoring its range. Keep in mind though, if you want to bring it way up for a spicy, red-hot cinnamon, you may want a different cinnamon since this one gets pretty dry for me over 0.75%, but the dryness does calm down after some steep time.
It is kind of hard to work with as is, so making a dilution of this one (10% FLV Rich Cinnamon:90% PG) may make it easier to handle.


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