(FLV) Cinnamon Crunch


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"Yo quisiera nieve frita, por favor" (I would like fried ice cream, please)

This was WIP, but after many variations I don’t think I can get any closer than this to a MFIC, All FLAVORAH

Looks like a lot going on here, but all is needed. Trust me 👌

My palate may be different than yours and I typically don’t go on & on and break down every flavor in my recipes yada yada... so if your unfamiliar with the flavors used, mix at your own risk.... with that said and out of the way, Special Note about the Pralines: DO NOT over drop the pralines, it will ruin the mix! 3 drops per 30ml is all that’s needed !!

Give it a shake and let me know what you think 🤙
I like this one after a short 3 day steep

Sweetness IS needed here, but as always adjust the sweetener type/percentage to your preference.
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Recently reviewed on TNOTPR Vaping channel;
https://youtu.be/3CnOGtzZ1Uk
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SessionDrummer 2021-01-02 13:32:10
Well what’s interesting about this 12 flavor hodge podge is, it just freekin’ workZ. I’ve only ever had FMIC with corn flakes or tortillas for the outside coating. I don’t see any K04N in your recipe, YET, it’s like it’s there. Nice dough, nice creams, hints of cinnamon, and sweet, but not too sweet. About the only 3 “usual suspects” that I thought of when looking at this was the M&H, CC, and VP with perhaps the EN, but the others, I just wasn’t sure about. A very good Mexican Fried Ice Cream.
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gopher_byrd 2021-04-25 15:22:13
I finally got around to vaping this, life happens. You have a winner here Rocky! It will go on the to be mixed again list! That's high praise from me considering all the recipes I've accumulated over the years. Mui Bien!

I’m not going for authentic, I’m going for tasty... and this is pretty dang tasty. I vape a lot of cereals and I’m almost never “finished” with something. This is finished.. finally.

Biscuit, c27, Cinnamon Crunch, Cinnamon Sugar- This is the cereal base, doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see what’s going on here. The biscuit may seem high, but it works.

Cream (milky), Cream Fresh, Ice Cream Vanilla- Pretty good dairy notes in here while still maintaining an overall sweetness, this base works pretty well with any cereals tbh.

Meringue- I never use Meringue this high, especially to just add sweetness, but that baked crisp note that comes from it when used this high works pretty well with everything else.

All in all, it’s just sort of one of those situations where all the flavors just play so well with each other and create something that’s just... complete. I’m sure you could tone down everything in this recipe and end up with something good but it’s really freaking good like this. Cereally, try it.

A simple Cinnamon Crunch ...Of course Cinnamon Crunch is the star of this mix , its a flavor I can vape by itself . I added the Graham just to give the Crunch a little help . Vanilla Custard and Cream together make a nice cream base that isnt over whelming and let's the Cinnamon Crunch hang out throughout the vape...Simple, nothing ground breaking but worth a try ...

Tested with with a Elder Dragon Rda

This is my first take on an original recipe and I absolutely love a slice of caramel apple cheesecake so my mission was to make it in a vape!

This is good after a SNV however best after a 2-3 day or more steep.

Please comment and critique if you choose to mix this one up.

Vaping in a Wotofo Profile 1.5 RDA using the Turbo Mesh @ 70 W

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This is a Clone of Ugly Butter by Bad Drip Labs. So I can't take credit for this, I was just inspired. It's pretty spot on from what I can remember though. It is a fried dough with cinnamon sugar and banana pudding. Trust me and just try this recipe out.

Banana cream pudding base- tpa banana cream, wf banana puree, and wf Bavarian cream.

Buttery Cinnamon sugar dough- jf biscuit, cap butter cream, fa joy, Flv cinnamon crunch, Flv rich cinnamon.

Think I might be on to something here . . . only problem is it needs at least 3 weeks of steeping time (set aside and just found it again, so that's why I'm saying at least 3 weeks . . . it could be great after 2 . . . not sure). It's a lot going on percentage-wise and number of concentrates. The result is a soft, natural oatmeal cookie dotted with chewy globs of strawberry jam and slightly spiced with cinnamon. Careful with the granola and molasses . . . a little goes a long way.

Edit: Forgot to mention, both cookies (JF and FA) were an accident in putting the recipe into ATF. I just went with it when I mixed and am chalking it up to a happy accident.

I was originally shooting for something along the lines of those wonderful, sweet, cinnamony toasted pecans you sometimes find at fairs or carnivals. While this is not that , it is tasty, nonetheless.

UPDATE: Added FW Butter Pecan to make it pecanier.

Wanted to make a nice Cinnabon clone and this is as close as it gets! The pie crust, zeppola, and AP work in unison to get you that doughy mix that goes so well with the cinnamon. Cin crunch to dry it out and give it a little more of a bakery note. Fw cinnamon isn’t as strong as some others so I went a little high, after all, it is a cinnamon roll! The butter base and caramel are added to give you that rich caramelized sugar note.

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First attempt, shake and vape. See my note below.

CTC by FLV is almost a good enough single flavor. I used that for most of the cinnamon, it creates the grain, and a small amount of cream — so a random cream base was made and used to help boost the milk. Overall happy with my first recipe, a simple one, after mixing others since 2016! Nothing perfect but it’s mine!

Wow. That was simple haha

Cinnamon Crunch Cereal in a bowl of whole milk with fresh slices of red apples laid on top 🍎 🍎 🍎

Flavor Notes

By: Chrisdvr1 Score: 75 / 100 Solo: 7.0% Mix: 4.5% Steep: 3 days Difficulty: 85 / 100

sweet and syrupy with a nice cereal flavor very light on the cinnamon


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