Used in 1951 recipes at an average of 1.626%.
I took the "leaked cutwood unicorn milk" recipe that was all CAP, swapped the strawberry for my blueberry trinity 2 (wf bbj vs tpa bb extra + vta bilberry ripe vs fa) and the creams for some less needed steeping and better flavors.
This is really, really good. My gf has it in her dotAIO and its fire.
well my buddy wanted JUST a dank ass graham cracker. And my mixing capabilities are like "you sure you dont want peanut butter or cheesecake or custard or somethin!?" And he said "nope just a graham cracker please".
Fw graham cracker is my favorite. Its a wonderful honey vanilla graham cracker. Cap graham cracker fills it out. Inw biscuit adds to the cracker aspect, keeps it dry n crunchy.
Vta honeycomb and inw shisha vanilla are here to boost the depth of the graham cracker flavor!
My buddy really likes this stuff and it smells soooo good.
Super sweeten to your preferences. .25%-.5% for a graham cracker is plenty.
Vta honeycomb can be bumped to 1.5 if you want a lil more of a honey note.
Steep time: literally 3-5 hours later this juice will change color and is ready to go.
Y'all just don't know . . . and probably don't care right now (I get it), but I've been trying to get somewhere with a strawberry RY4 for a long time. I'm finally content. Yes, it's a massive amount of flavoring . . . yes, it's made up of 10 different flavors. However, I've finally scratched that itch! I approached this in much the same way as my Long Gone Lonesome Blues recipe, in terms of layers. It's a custardy, strawberry cheesecake with a beautiful tobacco backdrop. The Vanilla Ruyan, Graham Cracker, and Red Oak kind of serve the purpose of bridging the gap between the two flavor profiles. When I look at where my recipes usually shine, in my opinion, I'm pretty decent at dessert tobaccos. This is exactly where I want it to be. It was okay as a SNV, but , man, 3 days later it was absolutely shining (according to my palate). This was a labor of love . . . I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
This is a Graham Cracker Cereal and Milk.
For the cereal/graham layer i went with a combination of FW graham cracker at 2% for a nice amount of body from the cracker and backed it up with CAP graham cracker for a little bit of the cinnamon cracker note and just to round out the "graham". With CAP Cereal 27 to bend it towards a cereal and some FLV toffee to add some nuance at .5% really helps the graham cracker out.
I used a layer for the milk as suggested to me by Jennifer Winstead and since i trust her x1000 i used her suggestions for a good "cereal milk" and added my graham cereal layer to it.
This is THE best key lime pie recipe you will ever have. It has everything from the perfect lime, cheesy, custardy filling, to the perfect graham crust. Not too heavy on the lime, added some Greek yogurt for the sour notes and the Bavarian cream really ties the filling and the crust all together but you can taste each profile separately.
ATF does not have MB S'mores Brownie in the database so FW S'mores is a place marker, when it is added to the database i shall amend this recipe
here's my take on a classic, Loaded S'mores... graham cracker, marshmallow and chocolate.
catch the video over on my youtube channel for full notes and why i chose what i chose