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love just jam and wanted to create something based on that profile - and I am really pleased with this. On the inhale you get a sweet buttery jam that finishes with a toasted warm note .
Tested on a reload RDA with a .16 ohm alien at 76 watts
Thanks to fresh03 for the suggestion of OOO strawberry jam as this is a truly the best strawberry jam available and really needs very little help. it is a full sweet well balanced jammy strawberry
RF strawberry jam and toast does the heavy lifting for this mix and provides a bright top strawberry with a toasted note that is a bit light
The combination of biscuit and breakfast add the warm dark toasted note that that is noticed at the finish . The SA breakfast is VERY predominate off of the shake but give it a week to 12 days to settle in and it is spot on.
VT butter base is spot on fresh creamy sweet butter and just blends into the strawberry and fill in the middle of this mix
Cap supper sweet at .05 gets the strawberry to pop out on the inhale a bit which I like
first I should say that I never tried the original. It is quite difficult to buy the JAM Monster series in Germany.
I've heard the hype around this liquid and researched the recipe.
After some attempts, I can say that I wouldn't buy the original because I like this version and it's satisfying for my tastebuds.
This recipe is in no way a clone. I just got inspired by the profile.
This is not a recipe, this is a mix of two great clones:
Boss Reserve by folkart and Jam Monster by ENYAWREKLAW
What can i say about it? It's the best strawnana possible IMHO
I lowed down the RF strawberry and CAP strawberry from Jam Monster and rised up the TPA banana Cream from Boss reserve in order to balance the fruit better, but the true magic here is the combo of of AP5%, FLV milk&honey and the butter note from RF strawberry jam and toast
Go mix this guys, you will agree with me!
After trying several different clone/remix recipes out there, I have finally come to the conclusion that the most important pieces are these 3 components and you can build from there.
4.5% Cereal 27 (Cap) - This is your bread
5% Golden Butter (Cap) - This is your butter obviously
4% Sweet Strawberry (Cap) - Your Main Strawberry note
Bring in AP at 0.5% and you've got a bit more nuttiness to your bread. Want an even better bread? Add 0.15% of Joy (FA). You're pretty damn close right here and this is a very vapeable recipe.
Now here is the catch, we know that with these 3 main components, we do not get a dark brown caramel look to the juice, and we know the original is definitely a brown tint. That could be the steeping process, but its likely that there is something more going on here. So if we look back at Waynes remix, the Strawberry Jam with Toast has that nice dark color we see present in Jam Monster. So it would only make sense that this is added to lift the bread rather than using the AP and Joy and also make the strawberry more jam like. Ive seen chatter around the web about Cranberry Sauce being in all of the Jam Monster series to give that nice jammy flavor, but I cant seem to find it. Strawberry Sweet on its own is close but starts to hide in the cereal and butter, so we need to bring it back with RF Strawberry, and then lift the toast with the Strawberry Jam/Toast from RF
So if we add 2% RF Strawberry and 2% Strawberry Jam w/ Toast, we start to get that nice strawberry and the dark golden color of the juice.
This will get us closer to the desired color, but i haven't had a chance to fully experiment.
Either way, remember what Wayne says, think simple. The three main ingredients, to me, are very very close to the original and its all CAP. As a business, that would make more sense financially to build the recipe off these three main components.
Would love any feedback!