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Got Cap CDS, wf angel cake and fw yellow cake as my base for this delectable dessert. Cap cds at 3% was just SLIGHTLY unbalanced and cinnamon foward over coffee so i dropped it just a smidge. You can bump it back to 3% if you want though and it tastes amaazing! I changed my mind 3% is perfect.
My coffee layer here is wf roasted pecans and cream, and at 3% for that flavor it bring a really good roasted coffee note, bolstered by wf smooth cappuccino cream (both are very dark flavors, this juice isn't light by any means)
And for my creamy cheesy layer we combined fa custard premium at 1.5% with wf mascarpone 1% and that just wasnt shinning through so we bump em up each a bit and we landed where we are at time of public release.
If you like what i do please mix and review!!!
always sweeten subjectively
this IS a cotton killer after about a day lol but worth it
Not My Recipe
We are going back old skool with this mix... One of the my OG vape liquids...This is a remix of GLV's El Kamino! It's a dark Tobacco recipe with a lil Banana and CDS thrown in to take it to the next level.
I found this a long long time ago on Reddit when I first started mixing... It's in a thread of solid clones that came from u/icecreamterror over at Planet of the Vapes (is what the thread says). Other than that I don't know who to give credit & thanks to.
For all I know this might not even be a remix but the Real Deal it tastes that good... 🤤
Mixers Club April Submission
Unknown to Kitu5, I was assigned to make something from our common flavors.
"Flavor: TPA Mocha (i have a metric f**ton of this...i'd like to use it)
Bonus brownie points if you can also use OoO Vanilla Frosting, cos also have a shtton of this.
Eh, either some decadent frilly coffee bullsh*t, Something nifty and dessert-like...or mebbe sneak in a hint of tobacco? Just something that'll finally give me an excuse to start killing the hell outta this that's yummy."
Unfortunately, I don't own TPA Mocha yet so my only option was the latter while keeping in mind that one could add Mocha later on to end up with something similar to a tiramisu. Or vape it on it's own.
Update: After Kitus' review I decided to add the agreed upon 1% tpa mocha. Enjoy!
This was a recipe in development and I finally got it where I wanted it. As soon as you inhale the first thing you will get is the granola graham crackers and on the exhale you will find the apples in cinnamon with a creamy greek yogurt and I find it very delicious give this a mix and tell me whatcha think guys
CAP Cereal 27, FA Meringue and FW Yogurt make a great cereal with milk base for you to build whatever profile you like on top of.
CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl + TFA Graham Cracker (Clear) make a real nice cinnamon toast crunch combo.
I sweeten with 0.5% CAP Super Sweet.
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This was my go to recipe before I discovered I could no longer vape cinnamon. For those that can indulge (let me say how jealous I am) this is one of those recipes that I vaped until every last drop in the bottle was gone. My husband still vapes this in a MTL tank and I seriously think he does it to make me jealous, but enough about that. It was a sweet, fulfilling flavor with a great balance of cinnamon, cream, and dark undertones. If you try it make sure to let me know so I can be jealous of you too.
The only thing missing here is the smell of exhaust while you wait in line....Enjoy
BIG thanks to Developed for doing this again!
This recipe was tested and designed on the Wasp Nano RDA, choked down 3/4 closed w/added stubby 510 drip tip, 24g round wire .70ohms at 30W and the Moonshot RTA at .56ohms at 42 watts
This ones for CinnN
I've had this one sitting for quite some time....It just needed the right name....couldn't think of a better one than this...
Just a quick thank you for all the help shes given me...shes truly an asset to the community!
This one could quite possibly restore your faith in Cinnamon Danish Swirl . It takes a steep but it eventually slides right into the body of the yogurt with an added depth from the Butterscotch ripple. The cream cheese icing (also needs the steep) makes for an amazingly sweet,rich finish with a touch of sugar lips from the drop of Super Sweet.
Give this one a mix...definitely give her a follow!
This recipe was tested and designed on the Haku single Clapton at .54ohms at 50W
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I wanted to make a apple turnover recipe but was lacking an ingredient for the batter, so I used a small percentage of CAPs glazed doughnut and combined it with some Acetyl Pyrazine. Worked out great, the apple is quite subtile in the flavor but there and the cinnamon is just the right amount for my likings.