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(FW) Hazelnut


By: Flavor West (FW)
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A half baked attempt at a crepe that rides the border between a sweet breakfast and dessert.

The idea came together when staring at the list of new flavors coming in and decided to jump right in on something since just about everything was recommended rather highly.

The Peanut butter, Hazelnut, and caramel toffee combine to make a much more authentic peanut butter flavor than I had initially expected, but the faults of each individual flavor fall to the wayside and produce a harmonious mess that would make Peter Pan jealous.

Banana creme provides a really nice rich and creamy banana flavor to the mix. Not a cooked banana per se, but not the raw banana slices you'd get from PUR banana either.

Cinnamon danish swirl does what it does best and adds a little bit of sweet cinnamon to the mix. the amount of richness and body of the other flavors ensures that this doesn't overwhelm the mix.

the crepe is a delightfully effective soft bakery note to hold it all together, just like it would at the breakfast table.

Honey Graham crackers and milk simple short and sweet a little change of pace...Flavorah milk and honey is pretty much the star of the show..

First things first: I'm a custard fanatic. Custard is something I go back to time and time again. I enjoy the body, the richness, the intricacies of its sometimes simple and sometimes complex flavor profiles. Every vaper and mixer has their preferred custard and here is where I found mine. I hope you enjoy this as much as I do.

ser·en·dip·i·ty
[ˌserənˈdipədē]

NOUN
serendipities (plural noun)
the occurrence and development of events by chance in a happy or beneficial way.

I went with the name "Serendipity" because this recipe came to be by mere and utter chance. I dove headlong into discovering a custard that suited my palette and would grow to be something I'd want to vape again and again, endlessly.

I chose three custard flavorings to make up the custard base: INW Custard, TFA Custard V1 and CAP Custard V1. I love all of these flavors when they alone make up the custard note in a flavor, so I figured why not just throw them all together and see what happens?

TPA Vanilla Swirl, TFA Whipped Cream and FA Marshmallow are common in my recipes to bestow a creamy and full mouthfeel. The combination of percentages for these three lend a very big and delightful helping hand to the overall vape experience of the recipe.

FW Hazelnut was sitting there in my cupboard of flavors staring a hole through me. Remember, this recipe came together by chance and it just so happened that FW Hazelnut was a very good choice to further accentuate this recipe's creaminess and overall flavor profile. If you want a bolder hazelnut profile, go ahead and up it to 2%. It's good this way as well.

CAP Golden Butter is here to add to both texture and the creaminess factor of the recipe.

After mixing everything together and letting it steep for a week, I broke open the bottle and dripped it. What followed was a heavenly blend of cream, custard, sweetness and touch of hazelnut. My mind was blown and my taste buds were alive with flavor. I quickly went through a 60ml blend and blended up another bottle, but opted for 120ml this time around. Overall, this experience proved to be one of absolute serendipity.

The Dunn Brothers were a group of brothers from Pawnee, Oklahoma who worked as Old West bounty hunters. They are best known for having killed George "Bittercreek" Newcomb and Charley Pierce, members of the Wild Bunch.

The brothers - Bee, Calvin, Dal, George and Bill Dunn - ran a boarding house near Ingalls and a meat market in Pawnee. Bill Dunn was the leader and the oldest of the brothers. By the 1890s the Dunn brothers were working as bounty hunters, although they had been involved in cattle rustling and robbery. Their teenaged sister Rose became romantically involved with "Bittercreek" Newcomb, having met him through her brothers. On May 2, 1895, when Newcomb and Charley Pierce rode up to the Dunn house to visit with Rose, the brothers shot and killed both outlaws as they dismounted. They then collected the bounty on both, believed to have been $5,000 each, mostly due to the notoriety of the gang by that time.

It is believed that on August 25, 1896, Bill Dunn led Deputy US Marshal Heck Thomas to the hideout of Bill Doolin. Some have speculated that Dunn murdered Doolin; however, official reports from the time discount this, indicating that Thomas actually killed him. By late that year, people around Pawnee had started complaining that the Dunn brothers were involved in rustling and robbery. Sheriff Frank Canton - a gunman with a substantial reputation who had previously arrested Bill Dunn for rustling - began investigating the claims.

On November 6, 1896, Bill Dunn rode into Pawnee intent on killing Sheriff Canton. As Canton walked out of a restaurant after having dinner, Bill Dunn fired two shots at him with a revolver, missing with both. Canton drew and quickly fired two shots, killing Dunn. The shooting was ruled self-defense. Bill Dunn's death effectively ended the bounty hunting for the Dunn brothers, as their already-questionable reputations suffered greatly.

Hardware set up.
Hadaly RDA 0.6 ohm SS 316L (8 wraps) 3mm diameter coil, cotton candy wick, mod set at 35-40 Watts.

Raw power ejuice is described as a creamy butterscotch,vanilla, caramel coffee with tobacco and hints of hazelnut .This is one of the first commercial brands I was vaping some years back . Purilum caramel coffee with sweet milk is hands down one of the best IMO and a perfect choice for this mix.Flavorah Tatanka tobacco has some darker notes that blend well with it and just a touch of butterscotch and Vienna Cream along with vanilla Swirl to blend it all together.

Its a semi tobacco recipe with a lot of caramel from Holy grail, RY4D and butterscotch ripple. Native tobacco gives us a tobacco note while bavarian cream gives us more caramel and a creamy taste. Our base is the biscuits and acetyl pyrazine boost our nut. Steep it 5 days and is ready for vape. Enjoy!

on the inhale you get a brown sugar oat, multigrain cereal that transition to a cinnamon baked sweet apple
Tested on a Relaod RDA at 60 watts
made for DIY DOWUN UNDER Mixing with me mates episode on cereal https://youtu.be/fBjJQ01eRx4

For the cereal base the Apple snacks is good but light on the cinnamon and baked apple to me so the addition of apple filling provides that in spades, after a 5 day steep the cream notes come forward and the cinnamon in the apple filling settles out and sits very nicely in the back with the apple . The honey circles is a very much like honey nut cheerios to me and really pushes that oat cereal note . , hazelnut was added just as a accent note to add a toasted nut note to the cereal

For the milk I wanted a slightly thicker creamy milk base so the use of flv cream does that well along with meringue and a touch of vanilla marshmallow for sweetness and more body .

Milk and honey was added for a dark brown sugar sweetness for the mix

Add sweetner to y our liking this is pretty sweet as is but I added .3% of flv sweetness

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This is a really simple strait forward recipe very delicious and decadent hazelnut cinnamon custard goes good with a cup of your favorite coffee...

There used to be a cereal that turned your milk into a banana milkshake this is my take on it

My cat likes milk.

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Graham Central Station:

A sweet and creamy graham cracker infused desert tobacco blend paired with subtle notes of butterscotch and hazelnut. Tasty with morning coffee. This is one of my ADV's and it's designed to be more "commercial" with a bold amount of flavor, sort of a similar experience as an RY4. The Red Burley fades a bit after a week or so becoming more of a "flavoring" than a "tobacco flavor" but falls inline with the dessert like profile and offers just enough of a tobacco note to satiate my love for savory vapes. The Bavarian cream and butterscotch provide a deep, sweet and creamy base which is by design (Maybe too creamy for some.) The hazelnut is not so discernible as it is used to add a bit more creamy and a bit more savory. I use this in my Berserker Mini MTL at anywhere from .4-.8ohms, twisted kanthal or Clapton wire with Cotton Bacon Prime wick and I would assume it would be great in a tank as well. May be too robust for dripping depending on how full flavor you like to vape, but tastes pretty good (to me) out of a Hadaly. This can be a SNV though it benefits greatly from a crockpot steep on warm for a few hours and is best IME 3 days after that, it really helps the Bavarian Cream/Butterscotch bloom underneath everything. Enjoy!

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