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steep for 3 weeks
The cantaloupe twist a dance of bakeries fruits and creams.
I made about 7 versions of the bakery and cream aspect and to be honest try this with out the cantaloupe dragon fruit and peach and that is also a good vape. The main ingredient i wanted to work with was the cinnamon danish swirl that is a great flavour but i find a bit tricky to work with sometimes. Adding the cheese cake graham cracker really helps it out in a big way and the custard and ice cream help smooth out the bakery profile and some off notes i get from the danish swirl.
I added the cantaloupe because i love it lol and helped it out with some peach if you want more of a peach profile go .75% peach and .25% cantaloupe.
This was a great learning curve for me and i learnt alot about these flavours through trial and error. there are so many things i wanted to add but Sydney vapour don't have unfortunately. but all these flavours are staple flavours for your mixing.
The dragon fruit helps out the fuji apple to become a apple filling.
The cinnamon danish swirl becomes part of the base and adds a cinnamon tast to the mix complimenting the apple and bakerie notes.
The biscuit and Graham cracker turn the danish swirl into a crust.
After mixing ID10-t apple danish swirl that was pritty good i decided to turn it into a apple pie.
This is the closest thing to the OG derailed from Suicide Bunny. If you are sensitive to the Peppery notes from TFA custard you can mix it with Cap Custard but I would lower the % to somewhere between 3% and 4%. This recipe benefits from added PG I'm not exactly sure why because I'm not a chemist but there is a difference when I made it max VG. Steep time is minimum 2 weeks. but best after 4 weeks.
\\Steep Time: 10 Days
\\Mixed at: 70VG\30PG
\\NOTE: This uses CAP Cake Batter
What is it that most of us look forward to having in the morning? For me it's a monumental cup of coffee, my mod, and catching up on what's going on in the world (But usually Reddit). This is my ode to that time of day, a coffee cake that actually has some coffee in it. Most coffee cakes don't actually have coffee in them but I wanted to give this a try and here we are.
To the notes!
Dat Cake: JF Yellow Cake/RF Sugar Cookie help create cake base and is actually a base that Tootall had in one of his recipes (Be sure to check out his recipes when you get time, his stuff is awesome). CAP CDS is used for our cinnamon sugar infusion that coffee cakes normally have, the bakery notes from it support the cake base as well. I also added just a little bit of CAP Cake Batter to give a some density.
But Coffee flavors always taste like burn Popcorn!: I've tried a few coffee flavors in this recipe; FA Dark Bean, FA Up, and FLV Coffee to name a few. RF Coffee SC seems to have the most bearable of burnt popcorn tastes from the flavors that I have bought. It's kind of a light/medium roast that has some splenda added to it. DFS Holy Vanilla helps as an emulsifier with RF Coffee at this % and BEHOLD! NO MORE BURNT POPCORN TASTE.
All in all this is a pretty bangin coffee recipe and if that's the profile you're into I would suggest giving this a try.
Let me know what you think! I always appreciate constructive criticism.
Week 9 - The Year of Mixing Challenge on Flavor-Pro's FB Group
This tribute recipe is for no other than Addy Tuney. A nice soft dessert tobacco, with warm leather and woody undertones, nestled under layers of graham cracker and toasted marshmallow, with a smooth layer of creamy hazelnut made even more creamy by the Milky Undertones, with a soft spiced fig note floating near the top.
This recipe doesn't need much more in the way of sweetener, but if you're adding any I'd stick to the 0.25% to 0.75% amount just to accent the sweetness of this recipe.
This recipe was inspired by Apple Jacks, but I wasn't necessarily going for an Apple Jacks clone. It is pretty close though, but I honesty wanted something better than Apple Jacks.
FA Breakfast cereal is an amazing wheat type cereal flavor. A perfect base for this recipe and thank God we don't have to rely on sub par cereal concentrates now like in the past.
CAP Double Apple and CAP CDS worked out nicely for the apple and cinnamon without having to turn this into an overly complex layered recipe with 20 ingredients. The CDS also helps a little with the cereal base.
The creams are rather light in this recipe, but they do add some nice mouthfeel and keep the overall recipe from feeling too dry.