By: Flavorah (FLV)
Used in 866 recipes at an average of 1.601%.
This is my entry for the Developed Flavorah contest.
Off the shake this reminds me on smoking a cigarette during christmas time. It’s warm and cozy with some desserty cinnamon flavor and just a touch of apple.
Richer after 3 days of steeping, I already see this as my afternoon vape during the upcoming cold season.
We all know the Flavorah Tobaccos. They seem to fade a bit after the first days, I‘m very curious about how they’ll come back after two weeks!
I love the combination of Red Burley and Kentucky Blend to get a cigarette style tobacco taste.
The nutty rice-milk taste of FLV Horchata builds a great bridge to the tobaccos while its strong cinnamon flavor pairs perfectly with the cinnamon side of Flavorahs Apple Filling.
Vanilla Pudding smoothes out the edges of the recipe and adds some more body to the whole vape.
I am really happy how this turned out, please leave some feedback if you try it.
Tested MTL on my Vapefly Holic RDA
This is an omage to Goldfish18's Apple Butta( https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/11595#apple_buttah_by_goldfish18 ) . With so many new apples, butters, and caramels out now, we wanted to try to update Goldfish18's wonderful creation. This is a smooth, creamy, spiced apple "sauce" with hints of molasses and caramel. See the full Episode and flavor notes at https://youtu.be/SNDFYe2Q9KE .
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This is a thick and rich apple cinnamon sauce that can be added to a bakery, ice cream, or use it as a standalone.
FLV apple filling is the main note and FLV apple helps fill in the layer. FLV apple pop is used for a candy apple finish.
FLV caramel adds brown sugar.
FLV butterscotch deepens the recipe with additional richness.
FLV pineapple provides a little juice and tartness.
FLV sweetness enhances the recipe.
Developed on the Barrage rda using, N80 quad core fused clapton (.21 ohm) at 55-60 watts.
Give it 4-5 days to come together.
This is basically an apple turnover milkshake....was trying to make a McDonald's apple turnover, inw biscuit+ wf croissant( the inside)+ VT croissant ( the outside), apple filling+ caramel rice crispy treat for the jammy filling and vanilla custard cheesecake for a sweet icing....but apple filling melted everything in a milkshake thing so....why not add VT sweet cream and blend that sh*t. He'll yeah! A delicious apple turnover milkshake...kinda... haha! Love it! Personally i add .75% of FW sweetener because I like it even sweeter! Enjoy!
ChemNovatic Doughnut at 3% but its not listed. Do not use CAP Glazed Doughnut
Pretty straightforward profile with each ingredient playing to their strength.
CN Donut and FA Zeppola make a great base here bringing a slightly dense 'fried' bakery flavor to work off. As well as carrying a slight spice note that blends nicely with the filling, zeppola also has a powered sugar flavor to it. When used with the stickyness of the apple filling and some super sweet we can fake a glaze or icing without having to add another flavor to the mix.
FLV Apple Filling is a super flavorful concentrate that is a good mix of spice with some slightly cooked apple and gooey filling. Like most FLV concentrates its quite a bear and can overtake a mix when run too high but at 1% I feel it is present enough without being too overtaking in the mix.
FA Fuji brings a pleasant bright apple note, poking through and breaking up the heaviness of the bakery and filling.
This one needs at least 5 days to steep, 7 optimally.
EDIT: Looks like FE Oatmeal N Milk might be discontinued. It was custom for Jungleflavors and they might not get anymore. I will update this if I learn more (or find a sub). Sorry, I didn’t know when I posted the recipe.
Empty the packet, add water, microwave, splash of milk. That’s what I’m trying to recreate.
FE Oatmeal N Milk• The core of the recipe, has the weird fine texture of oatmeal and some milk but leaves room to play.
FLV Apple Filling• Apple and spice but also some thickness from the apple and a little texture/dry from the spice.
CAP Sweet Cream• Fills out the milk and adds a little sweet.
TFA Sweetener• Because the real thing isn’t too sweet and TFA is only sucralose at 5%.
VT Butter Base• I think this is one of the keys to making this work. At .5% it doesn’t stand out but adds some creaminess while suggesting salt that’s in butter but is missing from the Oatmeal N Milk. Those little packets are full of salt so hopefully you think this works, too.
CAP Double Apple• Gives a bit of a boost to the apple, without making it too juicy and spoiling the fun of recreating rehydrated dehydrated apples.
FLV Caramel• For that brown sugar flavor.
FA MTS Vape Wizard• (.02=1drop/50ml) The idea is to thicken it up and blend it, just a touch. Take the edges off and make the dairy cooperate. You’ll probably survive without this if it’s all you’re missing.
I’ve tried this a few different ways and this is what I’ve settled on. I think it’s pretty accurate but, like the packets it’s based on, it’s not a loud flavor. Too much Oatmeal N Milk gets weird but I didn’t want to drown it, either. If you need it louder I’d start by bumping up the sweetener and Double Apple because that won’t mess with anything too much. The way I’ve got it hits me like comfort food so I’m done searching for perfection.
An awesome base layer of sugar cookie enhanced by the cookie butter, layering in some butterscotch cream pie bolstered by fw butterscotch and deepened with bavarian cream. Layering in some fresh slices of apples balanced delicately with apple pie spices. Some crumble topping to finish things off!!
Give this a week to become balanced and full bodied.
I always add .3% SS, or 1 drop per 10ml. I am testing this on a .35 fused clapton in a pixie drop at 45-50w
apple pie kitkat. Saw this pic as posted on the mixenvixens fb page by a member and just had to have a crack at it. Also perfect for the Developed challenge ;)
I love ID10Ts GTKK2019 and took some notes from him here but wanted it to be different enough to be my own thing.
I discovered the wf combo of sugar cone and crispy wafer awhile ago and its so damn good i had to try it in my version of a kitkat. Its crispy and sweet and perfect for this.
Wf white fudge and mb white chocolate paired together makes for a phenomenal WC note comparable or better than the fw/flv combo in my honest, humble opinion lol. Its my latest favorite go to. Discovered it while playing around with a WC snickers recipe I'm stuck on.
Apple filling is an OBVIOUS choice here. I'm sure the real chocolate bar has this sort of a vibe vs. fresh apples lol
WF caramel rice crispy treats here is my secret weapon. This is my version of what i think this could taste like, not a spot on representation of the actuality of what the professional chocolateeres do.....so here, this adds to the overall experience. Caramel hides well behind WC so i used this higher at 2% but it should build right into the mix and just boost things up another level.
I kept the sweetener low at first because of some of these flavors being sweet on their own.
Gonna let this sit a week before i even touch it. Edit* i lied I tried it lol apple pie was toooo overbearing at 1.25% so i realized quickly it needs to be way more in the back and balanced better. .75% hit much closer to the mark for me, I'm gonna let this one sit now, im very hopeful.