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(CAP) Cinnamon Danish Swirl


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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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Simple Cinnamon Sugar Cookie

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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.

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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
https://alltheflavors.com/users/Cinn
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
@s2k on ELR

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.

Well I needed a new adv and I think that I made have found it with this one I did a couple different batches and this is the one that I thought tasted the best to me so U got caramel apples covered with cinnamon & brown sugar on the bottom of a nice fluffy yellow cake and the whipped cream is in there too help smooth out the apples and ended up pretty damn tasty to me so give it a mix guys and tell me whatcha think it's good off a s&v but better after a few days steep and best at 60/40

Crap! You're late because you got caught up enjoying this sweet and delicious crepe filled with smooth buttercream with apple chunks and crushed almonds, topped with a gooey spiced amaretto sauce. Still have to get to that AA meeting though!

Update:
So I've had this sitting around awhile and it seems to have gotten a bit harsh even though it was smooth to start with. I am trying to work out of it's the apple, the cinnamons or just my change in hardware.

Update 2: lowered the fuji, marzipan and crepe. Much smoother now.

I have been at this profile for three weeks now. Or is it four.....maybe five.....
This reminds me of Bad Drip's "Ugly Butter". I believe it is very similar to that profile. Although I like that, I have not had it in a long time, ....It is Banana cut with bakery cinnamon and all on a bed of fried glazed dough. Fantastic right off the shake, gets better with time. I hope you mix it and enjoy it. Comments welcome. Enjoy!

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