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"Leave the Peach Cobbler in the kitchen alone," mother would say, going upstairs.
But i couldn't help myself. I sneaked in and watched him. Watched him make his stupid little peach shoes, taunting...
"Nobody's going to wear those, " I'd say. "They're stupid. "
But on he worked.
This is a V2 recipe. I dropped the ice creams to focus on the dessert, and changed CAP sweet mango 2% to JF Honey Peach at 2%. (V1 is on ELR as well as Deux.)
Wf peach pie n cream plays the biggest role here at 7%. Back that up for depth with the JF and the FLV apple filling at 1.6% to really push that sticky pie filling, and add some spice.
I really love the mix of FLV granola and rich cinnamon at .4% and .2%, respectively, but i know some find .2 rich cinnamon strong so i tuned it back and .15% is just fine with the apple filling in there as well.
Wf bavarian cream for a nice deep vanilla note to round things off.
I'd give this at least a week, mostly for apple filling to do its work.
A set vanilla cream pie topped with cinnamon sugar.
My base here is FA cookie and Graham cracker V2, the graham cracker also brings a cinnamon note that helps the magic sprinkles on top :)
The cream part is self explanatory being the VT vanilla cream, the Sugar cookie brings more vanilla and also kinda sets it a little an adds a touch more bakery.
FLV caramel is the brown sugar, paired with FLV rich cinnamon is a nice little combo for that final dusting.
This isn’t a groundbreaking recipe but it’s so delicious and moreish you won’t be able to put it down. You can shake and vape this but it is better after a week once that VT butter from the vanilla cream infiltrates the recipe as a whole.
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*** FLV Rich Cinnamon is a 10% dilution ***
My entry for DIY Downunder "Flavorah Mixing With 2020 Vision Challenge"
An Apple and Cinnamon Muffin, honestly I didn't put heaps of development into this because i liked it how it was first up. If you want to mix it up feel free to add and adapt then comment what you did and what it changed.
On the inhale its a cooked apple and cinnamon like you got a piece of apple in the muffin. The exhale is a fluffy light muffin with very slight traces of the apple and cinnamon.
Off the shake the cinnamon is in your face, after 3 days is mellows out and play well with the apple for me. I haven't tested it past 4 days because it was all gone.
I Vaped this on a Citadel RDA - .25 @ 50w
Rich cinnamon is one drop per 60ml of completed liquid if 20 drops equals 1ml. The math equates to 0.0333333333333...%
The mango itself is a bit flat without the white peach to bolster, sweeten, and moisturize the overall fruit flavor.
Liquid Barn Vanilla Ice Cream is LB VIC, it's awesome and doesn't require any backup.
The super sweet helps round off the rough edges of the mix.
Shake and vapes is tasty enough with the rich cinnamon trending towards Red Hots candy.
The mix will definitely benefit from 3 days of steeping out
My take on the Indian Masala Chai.
I guess the only flavor needing a note here is FLV Thai Chai. For those of you who want a "chai" flavor, this is not it. It's rather spicy and works well for this specific recipe, as the masala chai is rather spicy and usually made with black pepper. The "chai" part is instead built from the ground up, with FA Cardamom being the star and FLV clove/cinnamon/ginger as support.
This is a thick, creamy homemade style rice pudding with a touch of cinnamon.
The VT Rice Base adds to the depth of the flavour of the FE Sweet Rice as well as helping it not to fade nearly as badly (thanks to NordicFlavours for his appearance on Noted and that tip).
Could probably sub the MB coconut for FLV Sweet Coconut- maybe at 0.5-0.75%? Although I haven’t tried that myself yet. I was originally going to use FLV but I’d just got the MB and wanted to play around with it as it’s such a great coconut. It’s not massively coconutty in this recipe, more like rice pudding that’s been made with a little coconut milk. I was originally trying to make a tropical rice pudding so it’s a hangover from that. I found it adds another layer to the cream and brings richness, so I left it in.
I used JF Bavarian Cream as it has a really nice vanilla note. But it’s not the thick, rich cream I wanted on it’s own so I paired it with FLV Cream and TFA Vanilla Swirl.
Rich Cinnamon is by far my favourite cinnamon- I get a metallic taste from a lot of others. I’ve made a 10% dilution of FLV Rich Cinnamon in a 10ml tester bottle so it’s easier to add tiny % of it to a mix.
I use 0.5% of CAP Super Sweet in most things, but do whatever you usually do with sweetener. I don’t think it would be bad without it.
This is a SNV recipe, but let it sit for an hour or two before vaping. It’s even better with an overnight steep.
Roasted pecan had a nice coffee caramel roasted note that is supported a bit by the coffee milk froth that has a vanilla top note with light cinnamon almond finish mixed for fresh 03 Saturday show
while there is no actual coffee flavor here the roasted pecan does give a slight roasted coffee note that is really pleasant but the combination of the vanilla, cinnamon and almond really shine in this mix Add sweetner to your liking - although the marzipan adds some inherit sweetness
This mix started out as a bourbon cream and ended up with us pouring some of your granddad’s “special drink” into a McDonald’s chocolate shake (on those rare occasions where their ice cream machine is actually working).
This mix was a collaboration between @Foment_Life and I on the DIY eJuice Discord
The first draft was 3% Bavarian Cream, 2.5% TFA Kentucky Bourbon, .1% FLV Rich Cinnamon, 1% FA Madagascar (Vanilla Classic), 2% VT Chocolate Mousse, and 1.5% TFA Marshmallow (but we both “oopsied” the marshmallow to about 1.8%).
We agreed that it already pretty much tasted like a McDonald’s shake, but wasn’t really what we were going for. We threw around a few ideas, and eventually landed on TFA Toasted Almond at 1.5%. This ended up adding a nice bit of smokiness that really helped sell the bourbon that was lacking a bit. The only problem, and maybe it was because I was dehydrated, but the mix started making my mouth super dry. We decided to let it sit a few days and see if the cream thickens up and helps out with the dryness.
A few people tested it out for us and really seemed to enjoy it, but we still thought it could be improved. We tried it after a few days steep and the cream really helped moisten the mix up. The dryness issue was pretty much eliminated. Really, the only thing that we thought could be improved was the bourbon. Unfortunately, I only had TFA Kentucky Bourbon to work with, but we both agreed that FLV Bourbon would be a good fit after Foment described it as a more woody/smokey bourbon than TFA Kentucky Bourbon. So Foment mixed up the new bottle and thought that was it. I added the FLV Bourbon to my cart, mixed it up, and fell in love.
TFA Marshmallow, TFA Bavarian Cream, and VT Chocolate Mousse make up our chocolate milkshake base.
FA Madagascar (Vanilla Classic) is there to help bolster and add some richness to the chocolate.
TFA Kentucky Bourbon and FLV Bourbon are the secret ingredient.
And last but not least, the FLV Rich Cinnamon and TFA Toasted Almond are there to add some extra smokiness and spice to the booze.
Nothing is going to taste bad if you vape this early, however it does take about 7-10 days to reach its peak.
This is it guys, the bakery cinnamon. Look no further. Use it like you would cinnamon in the culinary world.
It is a tad steep at $12.50/15ml, but it is well worth it. Not only is it the best bakery cinnamon available, it is super concentrated; you won't be using this one any higher than 0.5%. I've found this to add the perfect accent to a bakery as low as 0.15%, and makes for a great flavorful cinnamon kick at 0.3%. What I find particularly awesome about this flavoring its range. Keep in mind though, if you want to bring it way up for a spicy, red-hot cinnamon, you may want a different cinnamon since this one gets pretty dry for me over 0.75%, but the dryness does calm down after some steep time.
It is kind of hard to work with as is, so making a dilution of this one (10% FLV Rich Cinnamon:90% PG) may make it easier to handle.