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Jacker is: Apple, Cereal, and Milk. This is a take on apple jacks cereal but with less apple and cinnamon to be bit more forgiving on the profile. Very pleasant cereal grain that screams whole grain and kid nostalgia. Enjoy no subs and please leave your review.
Cap Apple Snax: Dried Apple and Whole Grain Oat Flour.
Cap Cereal 27: Whole Grain Corn Flour.
Fa Apple Pie: Ascorbic Acid and Wheat Grain.
Fa Stark (Apple): Apple Juice Concentrate.
Tpa Meringue/OOO Cream Milky Undertones: Sugar and Milk. (Can sub TPA for FA Meringue @ 1%)
Fw Sweetener: Sugar.
This is my adaptation of Smooth Morning Kick (by Lars on ELR). I use FA Cappuccino instead of the Tiramisu and add TPA Meringue to give a little more sweet creaminess to the mix. This needs a good 7 days steep to really blend the flavors but it's one of the best coffee juices I've had. Fantastic in the morning but great as an ADV as well.
A creamy Graham Cracker Marshmallow dusted with powdered sugar.
A mate of mine loves his Graham Cracker Marshmallow, which is a commercial juice. I bought it out of curiosity but couldn't get over the amount of sweetner it was laced with; by the end of the day I had to rewick as my cotton was black and coils gunked up. To redress this issue and to demonstrate the merits of DIYing, I made up a more palatable version of that commercial juice for him.
Version 2 Changes
A few events necessitated a revision of the original recipe. Vaping ID10-T's Lucky's Charms converted me to FLV Marshmallow so I used his Marshmallow Holy Trinity which is: 0.50% FLV Marshmallow; 0.50% FLV Whipped Cream and 2% FA Marshmallow.
(The above holy trinity can be found in his Holy Peepus recipe on this site). Consequently, the Marshmallow in this version of my recipe is far more prominent and more jet-puffed than the original recipe. It's lip-smackingly delicious.
I also happened to get my hands on CAP Graham Cracker V1 for the first time and found it far better than CAP Graham Cracker V2, which is the DX (Diacetyl free version ).No surprises there. So 1% CAP Graham Cracker V2 was subbed for 1.5% CAP Graham Cracker. It doesn't take the lead in the recipe, just complements the Marshmallow with gentle cinnamon cracker notes on the exhale.
While CAP Cake Batter can add volume and yummy sweetness, it was dropped to bring the marshmallow more forward in the mix.
TFA Meringue, the powdered cereal sugar, was lowered from 2% to 1.5% to let the marshmallow shine more; it was overtaking this layer too much.
TFA Whipped Cream was kept for its blending properties. It also has no Ethyl Maltol, unlike the Marshmallows and TFA Meringue, so you avoid overdoing it as it can turn a recipe sickly sweet.
Finally for that commercial sweetness and to boost the marshmallow, 0.50% FLV Sweetness.
This is good to go after a day but give it 3 days for the marshmallows to shine and for the Graham Cracker to blend in.
Tropical happiness in a bottle. The papaya, cantaloupe and dragon fruit blend to make a bright vibrant, tropical sweet base for this smoothie. The vanilla, coconut and and meringue create the milky cream base with a touch of coconut on the finish. Rainbow sherbet is the glue that hold the creams and fruit together and at 2.4 is more of an additive then an actual prominent flavor in the mix . Koolada adds a note of coolness on the exhale which I really like with tropical flavor profiles . This was made for a DIYDOWN under challenge that required 7% papaya and 2.4% rainbow sherbet
it is enjoyable as a Shake and Vape but the creams come forward and the the papaya settles down after 5 - 7 days
NOTE: This would work in a low wattage tank or if mixed at 50/50 or 60/40 would be good in a pod or a low wattage system very well and actually shines in these type of set up !!!
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It's LUCKY FUCKING CHARMS. With milk.
You might not want to buy FW Cake Batter Dip to make this. It's got fructose in it, it will destroy your wicks relatively quick even at just 1%. It might be bad for you, too, burning sugars can release carcinogens. But if you have some already and want to use it, maybe give this a try. Unfortunately, I don't have a sub for it, it's unique. And it perfects the sweet cereal that's been baptized in milk and is starting to return to its doughy origin.
TFA Lucky Leprechaun has some oat puff cereal hiding in there with a somewhat weird (possibly emulating the taste of artificial coloring?) crisp cereal-type marshmallow. I used CAP Cereal 27 to draw it out of hiding. Took some work to make it happen without turning puffed oat into corn or multigrain cereal, but I think this gets it down. OoO Cream Milky PG helps with that, sort of wraps around it and keeps that cornflake pyrazine taste from being too assertive while also doing a fine job as a cereal milk. If you're lucky enough to own some FA Milk, you can add that at 1% for an even milker cereal with whole milk. TFA Meringue in my opinion is a slightly better option for sugary, toasty cereal and cereal milk perfecting than FA Meringue, which is a more authentic meringue. But if you only have FA Meringue, you can sub that at 1% instead of the 1.5% TFA Meringue. Although Lucky Lep is mostly a cereal marshmallow flavor, cranking it up high enough to really make the marshmallows stand out just gets too chemical-tasting and weird for me. FLV Marshmallow + FLV Whipped Cream finish putting the charms in Lucky's Charms. These two flavors are so similar that if you don't have one of them or are just too lazy to get them both out, you could make this with 1% of either instead of 0.5% of both. The difference will be how long you let the marshmallows soak in milk. All Marshmallow = No soak, just teeth-squeakingly crunchy mallows. All Whipped Cream = Marshmallows are getting milk-logged and have a slippy, gooey outer layer, but still have that crisp sugar center. I just happen to like a happy medium.
No flavor company executives' feelings were harmed in the making of this recipe.