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My father and I went to a store down in Gatlinburg, TN called "Cherries" which sold all kinds of cherry flavored products and Cherry fragrances. While there we tried some cherry coffee and it was delightful. So here is my take on it in vape form.
NEW FORMULA, SIMPLER AND MUCH BETTER THAN MY PREVIOUS VERSION. THAT ONE IS NOW GONE AS IT IS TOO COMPLEX.
Dark Bean for the Coffee
Inawera Cherries and Marzipan for the Creamy Cherry Flavor ( I added 0.25% Black Cherry (FA) to this to boost the cherry a little. However, it is not listed on ATF so it is not shown in the recipe )
Vanilla Custard 2, Cream Fresh, and Vienna Cream for the Half and Half to add to the super coffee.
Meringue to bring some sweetness to the mix.
Think I nailed this one now. It tastes very creamy and balanced well. Please comment and let me know your thoughts! Thank you!
As always, HAPPY VAPING EVERYONE!
PLEASE NOTE: AS STATED IN MY DESCRIPTION I added 0.25% Black Cherry (FA) to this as a Cherry boost. However, it is not listed on ATF so it is not shown in the recipe.
Delicious French Vanilla Cream I mixed up for @Kamara
Holy Vanilla can be subbed with Vanilla Overload (Gremlin) at same percentage.
I borrowed / adapted the cream base for this from @heatho72 and can be found in this recipe: tjek.nu/r/em0z
which I Highly recommend !
As always Sweetner type / amount is up to the end user.
This is an adaptation of my Hazelnut Cream recipe. I wanted to try some other flavors in it so I replaced the bavarian cream and vbic with vienna cream and vanilla bean gelato instead. I also added a hint of sugar cookie to mellow the strong coffee flavor from Up (coffee) and so I could lower the amount of sweetener. Oh and this is great as a shake & vape btw, steeping helps but it's still excellent right after mixing.
******** Mexican Fried Ice Cream in this recipe is OSDIY (One Stop DIY brand concentrate)********* All the Flavors does not have OSDIY Mexican Fried Ice Cream as an option to use so I had to use what was available.
I used the OSDIY Mexican Fried Ice Cream as my primary base for the recipe. Its a pretty good "One Shot" fried ice cream flavor.
I added VT Banana Custard to this to get the banana flavor I wanted in this recipe (Its my favorite, I rarely use any other Banana concentrate in most of my dessert recipes that have Banana).
I used Vienna Cream FA to get the slight spiced note I wanted to add to the banana flavor in this recipe while adding to the creaminess of the recipes ice cream notes.
Lastly, I use Custard Premium FA to give the recipe more richness, body and depth to the ice cream flavor as well a boosting the vanilla and butter notes of the OSDIY fried ice cream
Just a classic! Lovely vanilla cream with a dusting of cinnamon, light cheesey richness and some fried crusty notes.
One of my favourite commercial juices.
FA Vienna cream: with no doubt is the main note that makes everything so good! 3% is perfect.
CAP Cinnamon Danish Swirl is clearly the bakery cinnamon note you get in the entire vape.
CAP New York Cheesecake adds the cheesy note and to me its clearly this flavour that is used in the original for the richness it adds and the sourness it has.
Also is great in combination with CAP Vanilla Custard.
This 3 above gave me the clue to keep adding accent notes and some more flavourings to get as close as i think i got.
CAP Vanilla Custard: is the best thickener for this type of profiles and i get it pretty clearly in the original so it adds thickness, heavyness and some of capella’s vanilla to make everything even better.
CAP Sugar Cookie: An obviuos choice to add texture and bakery sweetness; here serves the role of making the illusion of a crusty cannoli shell in conjunction with Funnel cake and CDS.
Everything is so good about this flavouring as a tool... even if it wasn’t in the original i would have used it.
CAP Funnel Cake: A pretty bad flavour in general but at a low percentage adds some of the notes i smell and taste in the original, some sugary notes, greasy fried and bakery accents.
In general i mixed this by smell, and it helped me a lot to tackle the exact flavourings.
Shout out to Bryan Riley Jones From the Diy Mixers Club Facebook Group for getting so close to the original.
I’ve been quite a while trying to tackle this one and the comments from John Nathan helped me a lot to get close at least at 95% of the original.
(Imho and for me is enough.)
Its a nice SNV if you can handle Vienna Cream nail polish remover off note, ( to me is not as strong as in other mixes) but if you let it steep it for 4-7 days it gets away.
Before 10 days feels thin but when its fully steeped you get the exact same taste the original has or at least 95%
-Fruit Circles TPA and Berry Crunch TPA were the 2 flavors I used for the cereal base and at the percentages used in final mix I found didn't under or over perform.
-Lemon Meringue Pie CAP was used for some of the canceling of the lemon pledge that many people suffer from Fruit Circles as well as help create the proper lemon note for the cereal profile. As well, no complaints for meringue in cereals right?
-Apple Pie FA is used to give further support helping blend grain and fruit. This recipe does not fail leaving this out but for me it adds a nice little noticeable touch that enhances the flavor experience and this small amount does smooth the entire profile out a touch.
-Fig Fresh really helps in balancing the fruity profile not allowing for any fruit to bully one another, it works well doing this and I feel it also helps cancel the lemon pledge.
-Royal Orange Juice FA chosen because orange was the missing flavor found that really helped in totally canceling that awful lemon pledge funk in TFA Circles. Also it critically added that final balance plus smoothness to the fruit mix that I could never nail down. It was always the orange and I always put too much emphasis on the lemon.
-Vienna Cream FA- I use this in most any cereal I make for creamy milkiness. If you want to sub this then Vienna Cream FA is the only one that could be easily for your favorite milk/cream or you can just leave it out.
*Also, Royal Orange FA could be subbed as well but it is what I liked in the final. I tried all the FA orange flavors and a couple of others CAP, TPA but Royal Orange FA just worked best for me to assist the balance of the fruits and help kill the lemon pledge.
Below is a little bit about the luck of finding a recipe to build off of and attention to small details that made this remix/clone finally become a success for this long project. If it were not for the Cereal Killa recipe I found and the Cereal Killa eliquid review I found then this recipe would not have happened. Most of it was luck but I was diligent in researching eliquid reviewers definitions of Creal Killa's profile because some people can describe things I often overlook when describing what they taste in a profile of an eliquid.
For a long time I had been searching for a flavor combination that tics the marks for 9 South Vapes Cereal Killa. That smooth flavorful balanced cereal has been a struggle for many of us trying to duplicate a clone or remix that fits that Cereal Killa goodness. I have finally nailed down a remix that works at least for me and some others I have had try this recipe. I know that some of the flavorings I am using are the ones used in the original and a couple are not and at least one certainly is not but they all seem to work well together. The problem with a good clone for this was the lemon pledge that comes from the fruit circles and no other fruity cereal works good enough for me. Last year, I found a Cereal Killa clone recipe on reddit that I got some ideas from during covid lockdown. The account was listed under the name of Mr. Boggy if I remember correctly. From his recipe on reddit it was 5% Fruit Circles TPA, 3% Lemon Meringue Pie CAP and 2% Capt' Crunch TPA which I changed to 3% Berry Crunch TPA because it's what ended up working. So I found a good base to work with and I changed up the percentages many times over.
What ended up with me getting this recipe successful was that I listened to several peoples feedback on youtube who reviewed the Cereal Killa. One particular reviewer said it tasted like fig newtons. I know that orange and fig is in fig newtons and sure enough, when I used fig and orange in my test mixes I finally got the profile balanced and perfected so close that I cannot tell the difference hardly at all. Fig helped balance the fruity profile and Orange was one of the main elements that was needed for the critical adjustment and not lemon or lime. All that time we were stuck trying to fix the lemon and lime and all along it was the orange. Finding this recipe working out for me the way it does makes me feel others will appreciate this as well.
I'm sure the original cereal killa didn't have the exact flavors I am using but what I am using is very similar to what was used. Either way, I enjoy this remix or clone just as much as the original. It is flavorful, tasty and balanced fruit loops and best of all, the lemon pledge is canceled out.
So I had tried a few RY4 Variants and decided I need to start my own. This is a delicious creamy RY4 variant. You can taste the RY4 as that is the main player here, but the creams combine to make this absolutely delicious. Also added the Shisha Vanilla to boost the vanilla profile a little. This is one of the first recipes I feel is proven enough to post here. It is good after just a few days steeping, but extra steep time makes it more creamy. Let me know what you think in the comments.
Coconut cream, bourbon and bright flowers.
I decided to go with FA Coconut for its non offensive coconut flavor and creaminess and FA Vienna Cream for its light vanilla notes and milkiness. Together you get a light coconut cream base.
WF Bourbon Aged Cream is the canvas. It is used to bridge the light coconut cream with TPA Kentucky Bourbon and adds its own unique abstractness.
The star ("light", if you will) is the 1:2 ratio of FLV Sugar Orchid (AKA vanilla flowers powder) and FA Lavender. They complement each other.
Sweetener is not a must, but FW Sweetener @ 0.25% is used to add a nice separation between the layers of this recipe.