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so this is basically spot on clone to me tell me what you guys think in the comments i tried Shakenvape007’s although i thought it was a very close remix/clone i deff thought there was something missing and the maple syrup he used was just to harsh to of had been in country clouds corn bread pudding so i did my own clone and took his maple syrup out and used FA maple syrup witch is much smoother and taste much better and i also wasnt getting the same thickness i get from the original corn bread pudding so i used vanilla pudding and it worked very well . The cheesecake graham crust and vanilla custard and vanilla pudding all combined create a very nice think mouth feel , i added in kettle corn by TPA to give a more “sweet corn” taste because without it it kinda just feels like it’s missing something it really makes a huge difference if you wanted less sweetness use kettle corn at 0.75%. i’m using 0.75 super sweet because the original is sweet AF . feel free to go up to 1 % or go down to 0.5% or even no % still works just not as vibrant with out it .
This is my maple stone. It's rich and sweet and as authentic as it gets. Give it a week to grow and a couple more to be even more amazing. Maple flavorings need time to settle.
If you want something a little more pancake syrupy, you can sub TPA Brown Sugar for FA Butterscotch.
This is a stone, so it's not exactly made to vape on its own. Use this with baked goods, fried treats, cereals, and whenever you want that authentic sweetness without sweetener.
Enjoy, be queer & vape on!
[Photo Credits: William Allaway @ www.acadianmaple.com ]
This recipe is long due to support Kindground who really loves a blueberry muffin. Mixed on SaturDIY'ing with Fresh03 & Friends with a Michigan theme to protest the flavor ban initiative. I like this one, the bakery is well rounded and rich with the buttery syrup complementing the cornbread and the muffin, and the sweet, hot and blistered blueberry gorging this treat. It vapes really well at high wattages and the SolubArôme elderberry is just the right twist.
FLV Blueberry Muffin/OOO Corn Bread/FLV Cream = The soft, moist, well-baked muffin. No bakery ever suffered from 1% of FLV Cream. Do you like a lush, fresh baked good? Add some crème fraîche in it.
FW Blueberry/WF Boysenberry/SA Baie de Sureau = A good, blue, hot and baked blueberry. The elderberry really gives it personality and that sensation of a baked dark berry with a little twist on the exhale, I like it a lot.
VT Golden Syrup/FA Mapple Syrup/FA Butterscotch = I like this combo, I just change the percentages according to the flavor profile I want in my syrup. Here I wanted the buttery brown baked sweetness of golden syrup to help the cornbread, just a little brightened by that maple that compliments blueberries so well.
This is a gooey, lavish, warm and syrupy cornbread muffin that you'd love to eat and will like vaping.
Enjoy, be queer & vape on!
[Photo Credits: TINA JUI for www.theworktop.com ]
Using @fear 's cardinal base for the tobacco element. Decided to use RY4 Double because i dint want Holy Holy Grail Ry4's caramel note.
Taste great off the shake.
Sippin on some knob smoked bourbon while i vape this. great combo.
Tested at 20 watts in a mtl/rdl setup.
On the inhale you get a touch of dark sweet strawberry that transitions to the sweet maple cornflakes note and ends with a bit of the tart note from the sweet currant. The custard gives it some body and fills in middle and adds some volume and mouth feel . Tried on a reload S at 70 watts with a alien coil @.16 . really solid at 3 days , flavors settle even more and round out a bit by day 5
cereal 27 it is the best corn flake cereal out there but is a bit darker then actual corn flake and needs a little help with "corn" - so 1 drop of FA corn can do that . Corn grows a bit so 1 drop / 30 ml is really all I needed, but wait a day or so before fore you add more to your liking - or use a 10% dilution
The pie base is mix of pie crust and sugar cookie - ooo pie crust is the closest I have found to actual flaky dry pie crust, sugar cookie adds some buttery body to the crust that I find is needed and like the way it works with the custard
Maple syrup by fa is a solid maple and I really enjoy it; but some do not, if you are not a fan of maple feel free to add more golden syrup. I do find the maple syrup will fade a touch so try as is but you may end up wanting more
Red currant adds some brightness to the strawberry that works in this application .
I like this SWEET so I added .30 of cap super sweet - but the golden syrup and maple syrup really do add a nice amount a sweetner
Sure, sounds like a delicious food, but damnit we don't have any good bacon flavors in the flavoring market. So in an effort to add a hint of what might taste like bacon to a maple frosted donut, I added FA oak wood and FA Black Fire to add that smokey wood note to it. It works for a hint of bacon, more like donuts deep friend in bacon grease, rather than slices of bacon on it, but that was as close as I could get it. It does need a 2 to 3 week steep. It's not a shake and vape for me.
I used Flv Maple Bar for the maple icing part of the donut. It has a nice sugary glazey type of note and used FA maple to just boost the maple goodness up a bit. WF Glazed Donut was used as the only donut note here, it is very sugary and glazey as well but it does have a nice yeasty donut note that fits in great here. WF Vanilla Cream Extra is just here for some depth and richness I felt the mix needed. Sorry to disappoint, but I could not add the bacon. :(