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(CAP) Gingerbread


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This is a blackberry & blackcurrant marshmallow cream on top of a ginger graham crust.

The FLV Boysenberry isn't really used for its flavor but to jam up the berries and make them extra syrupy. I really wanted to use VTA Shisha Blackcurrant. It is easily my favorite standalone currant flavor, but it is pretty potent and tends to want to take over a mix which is why I used it really low. The CAP Gingerbread & CAP Graham is an idea I stole from @ID10-T he used it in his recipe https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/48608#titanic_by_id10_t. The CAP Whipped Marshmallow I used by mistake. I wanted to use CAP Vanilla Whipped Cream, but grabbed the Whipped Marsh by mistake and didn't notice it until after I mixed it, but it worked out pretty well.

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A while ago I was at an Italian Restaurant and when it was time to organize desserts I gladly volunteered to be the one who chose what we had lol. Running my eyes over the dessert cabinet without leaving druel on the glass was a challenge I confess.
This recipe is a result of some notes I took as I enjoyed this fine Italian"muffin like" dessert that was dense yet fluffy around the outside with apple syrup and baked apple on top with some toasted coconut over the top. The gentle hum of vanilla through the middle was just lovely! So here is my version in a vape so I can not only re-experience that moment of delicious contentment but also share it with you!

First I get to work on the dense cake notes which FLV Pound cake does so perfectly IMO. I add a little JF Yellow cake to fluff out the edges a little to offer the contrasting cake notes. I then splash in the FLV Apple Filling knowing this has all the apply syrupy and slightly jelly like mouth feel notes along with that perfectly cooked apple kissed pleasantly with a little cinnamon which is as close as I think is possible to replicate in a vape. However there was a unique slight spiciness in the middle that was so reminiscent of a fresh home baked gingerbread my wife made recently that I was now extra grateful she did so I could make a wise decision to use a little Caps Gingerbread. It also helps this vape with some extra slightly baked edge texture which is a big bonus here. As I referenced back to my notes I am reminded of the slight balance of soft caramel like yumminess I experienced, so hence a bit of FA Caramel was always going to be the best concentrate for that. For the Coconut I wish there was a toasted coconut concentrate that would fit here however the excellent authentic mouthfeel that VT Desiccated Coconut offers so well, it would be a crime not to use it in this profile. A little kiss of some FLV Smoked Butterscotch to help replicate those baked edge notes was added then the patience of a 7 day steep begins. While vapable off the shake this recipe becomes bellissimo after 7 days. The wait was well worth it! OMG "Stupefacente" (amazing) so much so I am posting it here to share with you all !
I hope you enjoy this as much as I have creating this, let me what you thought of this below and regardless just enjoy the discovery on your mixing journey!
Have fun and "Together, Let's Discover!"

NOTE: I enjoy this the best on a recurve single coil RDA with a 1 ohm SST Coil at 50w.
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A thick, creamy, sweet, and spicy gingerbread cake with cream cheese frosting. Working on some simple seasonal/holiday mixes for the changing season and hit this one on the nose. Really loving this. Great as shake and vape, but gets better over time as the spice tones down a bit.
CAP Gingerbread 3%- A great gingerbread flavor but leans a bit more towards a dry gingerbread cookie. I want cake.
FA Jamaica Rum 0.50%- Adds just a touch of sweet spice and darkness.
CAP NY Cheesecake 5%- I always grab this when I want something creamier and have more weight(mouthfeel). Also used it for the cream cheese frosting note.
CAP Butter Cream 1%- Mixed with the NY Cheesecake it completed the frosting and added more creamyness.
TPA Acetyl Pyrazine 0.25%- To give it a more grainy baked note.
CAP Super Sweet 0.25%- Just a touch of sweetener to, well you know, make it sweeter. You may omit the sweetener and it is still great. Some may feel it doesn't need it at all.

This is my attempt at creating the biscoff cookies in vape form. they are buttery graham cracker type cookies with a bit of gingerbread and molasses.

This week's recipe is based on the picture of Biscoff cookies. Unfortunately this recipe is going to need a few weeks steep for all the buttery richness to fully come to fruition, so it's not a shake and vape, and I may be adjusting or adding to it later after I see how it steeps out. But so far the molasses and spice notes are at almost the right balance, so long as the DAAP components of several of these flavors steep out. It doesn't currently have a lot of Baked flavor, if those notes don't come out I may add some FA cookie or some VTA Biscuit base...but I was trying to use the least amount of flavorings I could to achieve the recipe taste I am looking for. Right now it's more like the biscoff cookie butter to me, which was also a recipe I wanted to do too. If the baked part doesn't come out enough after the steep I am going to consider this recipe to be the cookie butter version of these cookies, and will not down here in the description if I do anything to change it to make it more of a baked cookie.

This week's recipe is based on the picture of Biscoff cookies. Unfortunately this recipe is going to need a few weeks steep for all the buttery richness to fully come to fruition, so it's not a shake and vape, and I may be adjusting or adding to it later after I see how it steeps out. But so far the molasses and spice notes are at almost the right balance, so long as the DAAP components of several of these flavors steep out. It doesn't currently have a lot of Baked flavor, if those notes don't come out I may add some FA cookie or some VTA Biscuit base...but I was trying to use the least amount of flavorings I could to achieve the recipe taste I am looking for. Right now it's more like the biscoff cookie butter to me, which was also a recipe I wanted to do too. If the baked part doesn't come out enough after the steep I am going to consider this recipe to be the cookie butter version of these cookies, and will not down here in the description if I do anything to change it to make it more of a baked cookie.

Mixin Vixen entry 9/9. Banana smoothie with whipped cream and gingerbread.

This recipe does NOT contain strawberry! This is a ginger bread blondie with maple, or a ginger blondie, hence the name!

When I was a guest on Mixin Vixens the profile was a maple nut blondie. I mixed one up. It was pretty tasty. But Emily suggested the brilliant idea of doing a ginger blondie since I am coocoo for ginger! So, challenge accepted! V1 was good enough to share and post.

CAP Gingerbread: The perfect starting point for a ginger-based bakery. It's sweet and spicy and fits in the profile perfectly.
FLV Ginger Snap: Continues to build on the ginger and provides some dark molasses notes to complement the maple.
TFA Butter and Brown Sugar Extra: These are the components of a blondie that replace the chocolate and turns a brownie into a blondie.
FA Cookie/JF Yellow Cake/CAP Cake Batter: Together these make up the base of the blondie. Like a brownie, a blondie is a little bit cake and a little bit cookie. When I want to add a hint of gooey-ness to a bakery I like to add a bit of cake batter to the mix. These 3 flavors work nicely together to provide a solid blondie base. Without them it would just be a ginger snap type vape.
FA Maple Syrup: This is our maple flavor. It works perfectly. It's delicious and provides sweetness and depth. Plus the room note is wonderful. Expect compliments on how good your vape smells!
TFA Bavarian Cream: This blends it all together, keeps it from being too dry, and supports the maple a bit.

I get just a touch of cinnamon with this as is. It is quite good and works well in the profile. However, for me personally, as always, I want MORE GINGER! I feel like that bit of cinnamon is trying to compete with my ginger. I plan to make 2 more versions of this; one with 0.5% FLV Ginger and one with 0.5% HS Ginger. I will update later with the one I like best with it added as an optional flavor.

As for steeping: It's good the next day. But FA Maple tends to build with time. It shows up nice and strong around day 5. But it's still a bit on the dry side. By day 10 or 11 the dryness is gone. So if you want this to be at its best, give it a good ten days in a dark place and you won't be disappointed!

This is my take on a cream puff for the Mixin Vixens contest.

The Pastry Shell-The Croissant was used to add flakiness to the pastry shell. The Cinnamon Danish Swirl and Gingerbread help to add a little bit more density to it.

The Filling-I used a combination of Butter Cream, Cream and the Vanilla Sugar Daddy to add a sweet and creamy filling. If I had more time I may have tried to add some sort of whipped ingredient to lighten it up a bit but it has been a hectic week lol.

I also used the Cinnamon Danish Swirl and Gingerbread to add the layer of cinnamon and spice to it.

Toucan Sam finally reached his breaking point! He couldn't take the pressure of show biz anymore. For years he held his beak and wouldn't say what was really on his mind. Those fruity circles had drove him to madness. He cracked over wondering "What kind of fruits are in these fucking circles?". He started drinking heavy and the stress got the best of him. He ended it all with a bullet to the head. All the years of eating those delicious fruit circles had turned his brain into the very thing that drove him to depression and madness. Now you can taste what was on his mind with ...Sad Sam Circles.

Ok, ok, I know, it's corny. But, this has been a serious journey into making a great "Froot Loops" cereal vape. I can't remember how long it's been since I've had Froot Loops but taste memory is so strong, I still remember what it taste like. My quest for a better "Froot Loops" vape started with vaping Looper by ANML. And to be honest I wasn't impressed. I got weird off notes from it and tried to clone it to make it better but I didn't seem to get there. I also purchased Kilo's Cereal Milk. This was a lot better but it still didn't quite do it for me. It had too much of an orange note that I didn't care for. So I decided to create my own to fit my tastes in a "Froot Loops" vape.

Most mixers will start with a fruit circles flavoring as their base. With most of these I get a weird lemon pledge note that I just did not enjoy, so I decided to build my own cereal base.

The Cereal:
I have recently re-discovered CAP Gingerbread. It's a very versatile flavoring for all sorts of bakeries and cereals. It adds a soft chewy ginger cookie when used at higher percentage and at lower percentages a nice sweet soft bakery with hints of ginger. When paired with JF Biscuit, it transforms into a nice cereal base and without the "lemon Pledge" note.

The milk:
I tried several different milk bases including combinations of OOO cream milky undertones, FA meringue, FA cream Fresh, and FA Milk. I settled on FA Milk and FA Meringue. It seems to have the best sugary sweet creamy milk I was going for. I also added CAP Vanilla Custard to give the milk an almost condensed milk note to add some thickness and body to the milk.

The "Froot":

As I mentioned, Cereal Milk by Kilo was a pretty tasty eliquid, however, I didn't like the orange note in the juice. So I decided not to add any orange and base my "Froot" on just the lemon. FE Lemon was the obvious choice. To me, it's the best lemon out there that has the least off notes and will not fade as bad as the others. At .75% it is spot on for what I was shooting for.

The sweetness level might be a little high for some. I did try it without sweetener and it seemed to lack vibrancy. If you like less sweet vapes, I would suggest only using .25% CAP Super Sweet. But .5% worked for me.

Steep time is best at 1 week to let the CAP Vanilla Custard bloom but 2-3 days is good as well.

I hope people that love cereal vapes will mix this and see how close I've gotten to a "Froot Loops". Any comments, reviews, good or bad is welcomed. It makes us all better mixers. :)
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